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Tourism Cowichan


Duncan BC
1.888.303.3337
Toll Free 1-888-303-3337
www.tourismcowichan.com

Cowichan is made up of a number of small communities, each with its distinct character and unique activities.
Each one is worth taking the time to explore:
Chemainus, Ladysmith, Duncan, Lake Cowichan, Youbou, Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake, Cowichan Bay, Cobble Hill, Mill Bay and Shawnigan Lake.

Request your Cowichan Travel Planner at www.tourismcowichan.com or by calling 1.888.303.3337

Margit Nellemann Ceramics

8350 Richards Trail
Duncan BC V9L 6B4
250 748 3811
www.margitnellemann.com

Function meets art with the handbuilt ceramics by Vancouver Island artist Margit Nellemann. Inspired by natural forms, Margit combines coiling and slab work to create unique and distinctive clay pieces.

With her strong sense of ecology, Margit's focus on the fusion of function and art is a common quality that runs through all of her work. Margit's functional dishes show her admiration for food as art and her fascination with the culture of tea is extremely visible in her vibrant teapots.

The Cowichan Theatre

2687 James Street
Duncan BC V9L 2X
1.250.748.7529 ext 425
Fax 1.250.748.0054
www.cowichantheatre.bc.ca

The Cowichan Theatre is a 731-seat proscenium arch theatre located in the Island Savings Centre, Duncan, BC.

Opened in 1978, the Cowichan Theatre serves the Cowichan region as a community theatre for local groups, as a roadhouse for touring professional artists, and as a conference and convention facility. The Cowichan Theatre is a function of the Arts & Culture Division of the Cowichan Valley Regional District's Parks,

Quw'utsun' Cultural Centre Riverwalk Cafe

200 Cowichan Way
Duncan BC V9L 6P4
1.250.746.8119
Toll Free 1.877.746.8119
www.quwutsun.ca

Jun 1 to Sep 30, 10:30 am to 3 pm

The Riverwalk Cafe is the ideal destination for Authentic Contemporary Native Cuisine. Our chef has created a delicious menu using traditional ingredients such as salmon, venison, buffalo, and halibut. Each dish is prepared individually and served with a complimentary basket of freshly baked native breads. Guests can enjoy their meals in the relaxing atmosphere on our patio along the beautiful Cowichan River.

Authentic dishes include THUQI’ CAKES, which are wild Pacific Salmon, baby red potatoes and spring onion cakes with our roasted red pepper and chipotle sauce.

Cowichan Theatre

2687 James Street
Duncan BC
250.748.7529
www.cowichantheatre.bc.ca

The Cowichan Theatre is a 731-seat proscenium arch theatre located in the Island Savings Centre, Duncan, BC. Opened in 1978, the Cowichan Theatre serves the Cowichan region as a community theatre for local groups, as a roadhouse for touring professional artists, and as a conference and convention facility.

Duncan

#203 - 111 Station Street
Duncan BC V9L 1M8
250.715.1700
Fax 250.715.1700
www.downtownduncan.ca

Just off the Highway and nestled among the cherry blossoms, Downtown Duncan is all in bloom.

Bursting with fresh flowers and produce, delicious aromas drifting down cobblestone streets and colourful fashions gracing the boutiques.

Spring 2013 is happening here. For all who crave a fresh whim — whatever you are looking for, Downtown Duncan has it all!

Averill Creek Vineyard

6552 North Road
Duncan BC V9L 6K9
250.709.9986
www.averillcreek.ca

April 10th to October 8th: 7 Days a week from 11am-5pm

Come sample Averill Creek’s award-winning estate grown wines, explore our state-of-the-art winery, take a walk through our sustainable vineyard, or simply relax, enjoy a glass of pinot on the garden patio, and take in panoramic views of the Cowichan Valley. We look forward to seeing you!

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BC Forest Discovery Centre

2892 Drinkwater Road
Duncan BC V9L 6C2
250.715.1113
Toll Free 1.866.715.1113
www.discoveryforest.com

Let one of our historic trains take you on a tour around our 100-acre wooded site!

At the BC Forest Discovery Centre, a stroll around the grounds will quickly transform one into an exciting, educational experience. With many exhibits for the whole family, there is always something new to explore.

We're one of the most "eventful" museums in BC!
Thousands enjoy the diverse special activities and exhibits at the many events during our 6-month season. See live eagles, try out kids' logging activities, face-painting, wagon rides, crafts, scavenger hunts and more and more and more!

Heartwood Studio

5846 Curry Road (off Gibbins)
Duncan BC
250.746.5480

www.heartwoodstudio.ca

Finding the undiscovered beauty buried within the heart of a tree is the passion of this long-time woodworker. Ken salvages wood (mostly Maple and Arbutus) from around the Cowichan Valley and turns it into items which are both decorative and functional. Specializing in salad bowls and servers, his delightful studio also offers cutting boards, kitchen implements, small bowls, coasters, lidded containers, trays, utensil holders, artistic pieces and many other useful and pretty items.

Open year-round by appointment

The Quw'utsun' Cultural and Conference Centre

200 Cowichan Way
Duncan BC V9L 6P4
250.746.8119
Toll Free 1.877.746.8119
www.quwutsun.ca

Open June thru September.

First Nations cultural experience
Listen to a Cowichan Tour Guide tell you stories passed from generation to generation, see the Authentic Cowichan Knitters display and purchase hand carved art pieces and jewelry. Try Authentic Native cuisine in the Riverwalk Caf- along the banks of the Cowichan River.