Food or Wine
(Wine tasting in a vineyard (Albert Normandin photo)
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Various Locations Throughout Parksville
Parksville, British Columbia
Daily from February 19, 2015 to February 22, 2015
Don't miss out on experiencing Parksville Uncorked, the 7th Annual Wine & Culinary Festival. Some of Parksville's finest beach resorts have come together once again to feature the very best wines & gourmet foods from throughout British Columbia. This festival offers something for everyone! Whether you are a novice or an experienced wine lover, come & enjoy tastings, seminars, featured wine dinners, bubbly brunches & wine inspired spa treatments. Last year's festival was a sell-out, so book early to avoid disappointment.
See our website for location information & details.
1084 Pacific Rim Highway
Tofino, British Columbia
Daily from June 5, 2015 to June 7, 2015
Tofino Food and Wine Festival celebrates the marriage of food and wine, with the main event, Grazing in the Gardens, showcasing local culinary talents and British Columbia wines in the beautiful Tofino Botanical Gardens.
Tofino's natural smorgasbord of beaches, old growth forest and water bursting with life is a joyful setting for this well-loved festival, ushered in by May's Feast! Tofino culinary celebration.
Royal Athletic Park
Victoria, British Columbia
Daily from September 11, 2015 to September 12, 2015
Over 40 craft breweries from across Canada & the Pacific Northwestern USA, come together to celebrate the diversity of the brewers' craft. We will feature non-stop entertainment by local acts & a fantastic selection of food.
Various Venues in Tofino & Clayoquot Sound
Tofino, British Columbia
Daily from November 20, 2015 to November 22, 2015
Keeping Tofino's population growing since 1997, the Clayoquot Oyster Festival celebrates Tofino's favourite bivalve. It is held annualy on the 3rd week of November, coinciding with the beginning of the area's oyster harvest as this is when oysters are at their plumpest.
What began in 1997 as a one night event to break up the winter blues and call attention to a sustainable aquaculture industry has now grown in to four days of oyster events that include a costume party, oyster farm tours, restaurant events and a gala featuring a chef competition all in the name of Clayoquot Sound's love of eating oysters and feeling good.