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Category: Artists & Art Galleries  |  Location: Parksville
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Kaleidoscope of Colour
McMILLAN ARTS CENTRE, 133 McMillan Street, Parksville OCTOBER 2017 EXHIBITIONS - OCTOBER 3-28, 2017 18th Annual Show: Kaleidoscope of Colour The Silk Worm Club was founded in January 2000 by Maureen Walker, AFCA of Pioneer Silk Studio. In 2017 with the celebration of Canada's 150th Birthday the members thought it was time to update the Club's name and image. With this in mind the ass

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Posted By: Jennifer Bate on Sep 28, 2017
Category: Multi-Adventure Excursions  |  Location: Whiskey Creek
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3 Places You Should Stop on Your Way to Tofino
Heading out to Tofino? You'll be missing out if you don't stop at these 3 awesome spots on your way! No detours - all 3 are right on Highway 4/4A. 1. Coombs Old Country "Goats on the Roof" Market Yes, the goats are up on the roof (May-ish to October-ish) at this quirky market. Shop inside for delicious international and local food finds plus lots of unique toys and gifts. 2. Little Qualic

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Sep 22, 2017
Category: Fishing  |  Location: French Creek
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Lingcod and Rock Cod
Last chance... We really are having an excellent salmon fishery this year. At the time of writing this report (early September) the salmon fishing around French Creek has kept the fisherman pretty busy most days. It was nice to see our local waters so alive with Humpback whales, Orca pods, huge bait balls, and lots of salmon! The Coho and Pink salmon return was good with solid fishing throu

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Posted By: Darrell Jobb on Sep 13, 2017
Category: Trails
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Coombs to Parksville Rail Trail
The new 7 km Rail Trail follows along the south side of the E&N tracks between Coombs and Parksville. Except for the first 200m of trail in Parksville's Springwood Park, the Coombs to Parksville Rail Trail is fully accessible. At the Coombs end, the Rail Trail starts across from Station Road and there are a number of spots where you can hop on. At the Parksville end, the Rail Trail begins at

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Sep 8, 2017
Category: Multi-Adventure Excursions
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10 Ways for Families to Get Moving
Yes, relaxation is a pretty big deal when it comes to Parksville Qualicum Beach family vacations. But sometimes, you want to get out and get moving! Here are 10 great ways to do that. 1. Ride horseback at Tiger Lily Farm in Errington or Paradise Acres Ranch in Nanoose Bay. A trail ride is a rejuvenating way to enjoy this area's natural beauty! 2. Walk from Parksville to Coombs on the Rail Tr

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Aug 31, 2017
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