Carved from Nature: Todd McAneeley

Imagine That! 251 Craig Street, Duncan, BC

Todd enhances his furniture pieces by adding carved sculptural elements which capture nature in a distinctive way. His work comes to vivid life with bears, otters, birds, whales, and more. His artistry celebrates the beauty of our local woods.

Lynn Bisset: Paintings and Prints

Imagine That! 251 Craig Street, Duncan, BC

Lynn Bisset fondly paints local harbours, marinas, boats, and sea birds on Vancouver Island. Some of her favorite scenes are found at Cowichan Bay and Genoa Bay.

Buttons & Bellows

St. Michael and All Angels Church 2858 Mill Street, Chemainus

Walter Martella (accordion and piano) and Karina Inkster (accordion and piano) perform music from the movies, well-known classics arranged for accordion/piano, and Latin-American music by Astor Piazzolla.

$23 – $30

Duncan Seedy Sunday 2024

Si’em’ Lelum Gymnasium 5574 River Rd, Duncan

Spring seed market featuring local seed farmers, music, kid’s activities, a community seed swap, workshops, food trucks and general spring merriment.


Cheese Masterclass

Blue Grouse Estate Winery 2182 Lakeside Road, Duncan, BC

Join us for a guided experience with our sommelier Pamela Sanderson, and Cowichan Station Creamery Cheesemakers.

$17 – $27

Laketown Shakedown 2024

Laketown Ranch 8811 Youbou Rd #648, Lake Cowichan, BC, Canada

This three-day, multi-genre, all ages music festival takes place on the largest permanent outdoor amphitheatre in western Canada, in one of the most beautiful festival ground settings in the world, Laketown Ranch.

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Sunfest Country Music Festival

Laketown Ranch 8811 Youbou Rd #648, Lake Cowichan, BC, Canada

Sunfest is a country music lovers’ paradise and the perfect way to celebrate the BC Day Long Weekend. This year, Keith Urban is returning a the festival’s headliner. make his highly anticipated Vancouver Island debut.

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Stay with us

Whether you are looking for cozy, quaint or quirky – Cowichan has the perfect place to lay your head. Gather in the warm embrace of home comforts and rural life.

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Eat with us

A mild, Mediterranean-like climate and an abundance of fertile land are just two of the factors that have helped Cowichan become what renowned foodie James Barber referred to as “Canada’s Provence”.

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