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Campbell River Judo Club
Campbell River, British Columbia
Saturday, May 03, 2014
The Campbell River Judo Club welcomes everyone to the Spring Market & Craft Fair on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, from 10 am to 4 pm. The event is free & the facility has easy access for all.
Whether you are looking for that special gift for Mom or something for yourself, you will be sure to find it here. The Spring Market & Craft Fair offers home baking, gluten free home make bread and baked items, smoked salmon, loads of spices, handmade chocolates, a bake with a great selection of goodies, candles, loads of spices, some all the way from Ceylon, handmade rugs, candles, delicious teas and coffee's, wonderful hand made clothing, handmade blankets are some of the items you will be able to see and buy here.
13750 88 Avenue
Surrey, British Columbia
Daily from May 22, 2014 to May 24, 2014
Celebrating 10 years of arts creativity, the annual Surrey International Children's Festival inspires young hearts & minds to greater possibilities & celebrates our rich & diverse cultural heritage through performing & visual arts experiences. The Festival features international shows, hands-on arts activities, workshops, roving performances & more!
Barkerville Historic Town
Barkerville, British Columbia
Daily from May 23, 2014 to June 1, 2014
14th Annual Barkerville Quilt Retreat. Call for details. Held over 2 weekends: May 23- 25 and May 30 - June 1, 2014.
1625 MacDonald Rd.
Campbell River, British Columbia
Daily from May 23, 2014 to May 25, 2014
Painters at Painter's is an annual celebration of art, hosted in May each year at world-renowned Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River.
Each year, over 1000 guests meet and talk with the artists, and take in one of the most impressive collections of artistic talent to be found under one roof anywhere in Canada. Artists give demonstrations, participate in panel discussions, and create beautiful works in the resort's gardens, giving the public a rare opportunity to watch and learn from the masters.
This exciting and one-of-a-kind event celebrates prominent British Columbia artists in a beautiful resort setting.
3310 - 37th Ave
Vernon, British Columbia
Daily from June 6, 2014 to June 8, 2014
The largest craft sale in western Canada located in Vernon, in the sunny Okanagan. The Creative Chaos Craft Show has over 200 artisans and crafters, speciality foods, creative activities, performing arts and a food fair. Free admission and Food Bank donations are welcomed. New this year - indoor creative activities with an air-conditioned rest area.
3 buildings - 4 rooms of, well, "Creative Chaos".
Quathiaski Cove, British Columbia
Daily from June 7, 2014 to June 8, 2014
Quadra is the gateway to the Discovery Islands, just a short ferry ride from Campbell River, off north central Vancouver Island.
Quadra Island Artists host their annual Studio Tour which is a great opportunity to meet the creative people behind the artwork and explore Quadra Island. See their work in glass, stone sculpture, pottery, photography, printmaking, painting & other media.
Tour the studios, go for a picnic on Rebecca Spit and enjoy the view of the mountains across Sutil Channel - a perfect weekend outing. After the opening weekend, many studios continue to welcome visitors throughout the summer for the year-round Studio Tour. Many accommodations offer discounts - mention the tour! Some displays and delicious lunches in the Community Centre.
Whistler's Olympic Plaza
Whistler, British Columbia
Daily from July 12, 2014 to July 13, 2014
The Whistler Children's Festival fills one weekend every year with art workshops, music, acrobatics, theatre, dance & fun that encourages kids to embrace their imagination! The Festival offers a range of workshops for kids, including pre-school activities for children aged 3-5, intermediate workshops for kids up to grade 8 & workshops for the whole family. Celebrating it's 30th year in 2013, the Festival will be held in Whistler Olympic Plaza.
1040 Moss Street
Victoria, British Columbia
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Vancouver Island's largest outdoor visual art event is a community outreach initiative featuring 180+ invited professional & emerging artists from Victoria & surrounding areas. Artists take their studios to the street to display & produce their work on Moss Street between Fort St & Dallas Rd. The Paint-In is a free & fun-filled community-based art awareness & education event that sees up to 35,000 visitors. Once again TD demonstrated its commitment to supporting the visual arts as the Paint-In's Title sponsor, backed by further support from the City of Victoria.
This event allows local artists access to a receptive audience & encourages an appreciation of the arts among visitors. Over 200 volunteers & participating artists dedicate at least 4,000 hours to make this exceptional annual community event possible!
2168 Phillips Road
Sooke , British Columbia
Daily from July 25, 2014 to August 4, 2014
The Sooke Fine Arts Show provides the opportunity for the finest artists from Vancouver Island and BC's Coastal Islands to showcase and sell their work. Along with the more than 8,000 annual visitors who attend, the 11-day show draws hundreds of art patrons from British Columbia, western Canada, and the United States. The Show, coming into its 28th year, is Vancouver Island's longest-running juried fine art show and the Island's premier summer arts event.
Various Locations Throughout Tofino
Tofino, British Columbia
Daily from August 30, 2014 to September 22, 2014
The Annual Carving on the Edge Festival celebrates the work of both traditional and contemporary wood carving artists; the 10-day festival includes a fine art wood carving show, demonstrations on traditional canoe-building, Nuu-chah-nulth paddle-making, mask making, burl wood carving, tool-making, and traditional designs. Presentations by master carvers, storytelling events, and family carving workshops for all ages. All events are open to the public at no charge and a "Carving Map' is available from local businesses and visitor centres will lead festival goers to event locations.