Nordic or alpine ski in spring conditions, scuba dive in search of octopus and wolf eels, cave at Horne Lake, bird watch in the Courtenay Estuary, sample farm-to-table cuisine during Dine Around Comox Valley, take part in the annual Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race, catch the classic Victoria Day Parade in Cumberland, witness the spectacular herring run at Point Holmes, and indulge a love of seafood at the annual BC Seafood Festival, the largest seafood celebration in western Canada.
TOP TEN SPRING THINGS TO DO!
- Ski Mount Washington Alpine Resort
- Try caving, a great rainy day activity
- Go scuba diving to see Pacific octopus, wolf eels and seals
- Walk or drive the Comox Valley Heritage Experience Tour
- Book a kayak or canoe trip to neighbouring islands
- Go birdwatching at several estuaries
- Check out live music, concerts, and theatre performances
- Taste farm-to-table specialties at Dine Around the Comox Valley
- Hit the links at one of the year-round golf courses
- Hike Nymph Falls Nature Park.
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More info. This package is designed for new and existing business owners who want to develop their business strategy by gathering information about current and potential customers, industry trends and
This package is designed for new and existing business owners who want to develop their business strategy by gathering information about current and potential customers, industry trends and competition. In this two part seminar series, Small Business BC’s Market Research expert, Mark Eversfield will teach you the important steps of gathering both secondary and primary market research. You will learn how ask the right questions, collect key data and interpret that information to help you make strategic business decisions.
- Market Research 1 – Find Data That Works for You 2018-09-20
- Market Research 2 – Surveys, Focus Groups and More 2018-09-26
Presented By: Mark Eversfield, Small Business BC
This seminar is hosted at Small Business BC in Vancouver and delivered to other locations via live webinar. Please note: all webinar participants will also receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session.
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20 (Thursday) 10:00 am - 26 (Wednesday) 3:30 pm
The Talk N Tunes show is hosted by Doug Biggs & Anela Kahiamoe. Each week features a special guest and combines interview questions with musical performance. Learn more about musicians' musical influences,
The Talk N Tunes show is hosted by Doug Biggs & Anela Kahiamoe. Each week features a special guest and combines interview questions with musical performance. Learn more about musicians’ musical influences, claims to fame, and personal and professional experiences. You always learn something you didn’t know!
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm
High Tide Public House
268 5th Street, Courtenay, BC
Join fellow record enthusiasts for Vinyl Club at Cornerstone! Our friends at Stack Shack Records will be hosting! So bring a record to join in the fun and get in the
Join fellow record enthusiasts for Vinyl Club at Cornerstone!
Our friends at Stack Shack Records will be hosting! So bring a record to join in the fun and get in the groove.
$5 beers, good times, and great music.
ABOUT VINYL CLUB
The idea for Vinyl Club came from a shared love of vinyl. Our goal is to help promote vinyl as a medium that will never be obsolete, and provide a place for vinyl enthusiasts to get together, have drinks, and listen to records.
Bring a record to play, to swap, or to simply make others envious!
(Tuesday) 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Cornerstone Cafe & Taphouse
208 5th Street, Courtenay, British Columbia V9N1J6