Quesnel's Little People Walking Tour
Take a walking tour of the 23 painted fire hydrants in downtown Quesnel and learn about the history and folklore of this charming town. This self-guided tour begins at City Hall on the corner of Kinchant Street and St. Laurent Avenue. Pick up your brochure at the Quesnel Visitor Centre at 703 Carson Avenue.
Waterton Wildflower Festival
This event opens your mind and your nose to the world of alpine vegetation. Workshops include hiking, painting, photography and wildflower identification – including some on horseback.
Gran Fondo Badlands
Are you bad enough? The Badlands Gran Fondo has the distance to suit every cyclist through the breathtaking badlands of Alberta. Make sure you stop for a “Baconsaurus” at the aid station at the Last Chance Saloon in Wayne.
T'sasala Cultural Group
Traditional Native dance performance in the Big House. This event is the only opportunity you will have to see the inside of the Big House as it is typically closed to the public for viewing. Dance is on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm. Admission: Adults $20.00 per person, child 12 years and under $10.00 per person
BC Bike Race
A 7 day mountain bike stage race from Victoria to Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Includes course information, registration, and training advice.
Frontier Cattle Drive
Saddle up to experience the old west on a cattle drive moving a real herd to greener pasture. Take in the scenery and the serenity of southwest Alberta while learning the ropes of driving a herd.
Bowen Island Yoga Retreat
If you're interested in investing in yourself, consider spending a weekend on retreat with me on Bowen Island.
REO Songwriters Retreat
What makes the REO Songwriters retreat different from any other songwriting camp? Start with an incredible setting
8th Annual Alert Bay 360 Eco Paddle
Annual kayak race around Alert Bay (Cormorant Island)
Plein Air Painting Festival at Kilby
Don't miss Kilby's third annual "In the Open Air" painting festival! Come and see the competitors as their paintings develop!
Northern Lights Viewing
Witness the mesmerizing display of the northern lights as they ripple and dance across the night sky. Tours include two nights of viewing and opportunities to explore the northern reaches of Alberta.
Carving On The Edge Festival
Carving on the Edge Festival is a celebration of the West Coast carver, showcasing traditional and contemporary west coast wood carving with a full calendar of exhibits, storytelling, family programs, demonstrations and a variety of hands-on workshops.
Art in the Park
Head to Vermilion for a fun-filled day for the whole family. Enjoy a free lunch, cinnamon buns baked in our community oven, painting class, art talents, displays, face painting, live music, and artisan exhibitors. Centered in the heart of Vermilion, there are many activities that can be enjoyed during this action packed weekend.
BC River's Day at Kilby
Celebrate BC Rivers Day at the confluence of the Fraser and Harrison rivers. We plan to highlight the many values of our two rivers and increase public awareness & stewardship of this 37th annual, British Columbia celebration.
Fort Langley Cranberry Festival
Celebrate Cranberry Day at Fort Langley National Historic Site! Experience the popular cranberry stomp, and play a host of cranberry and farm related games. Don't miss the wonderful cranberry-themed market in the village too! Free admission in 2017 in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.
Whistler Writers Festival
The Whistler Writers Festival returns to celebrate the art of storytelling with an all-star lineup of guest authors and top tier events. Writers, readers and storytellers of all levels will be able to further their knowledge of the written word through a combination of development workshops, panel discussions, and reading and spoken word events during the action-packed weekend.
Bald Eagle Festival
Celebrating the beauty and biodiversity of the Fraser River Valley by honouring the majestic Bald Eagle and the Cycle of the Salmon.