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Cultural Destinations of Duncan



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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

Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

2687 James Street
Duncan BC V9L 2X
1.250.748.7529
www.cowichanpac.ca

The Cowichan Performing Arts Centre reflects the broad range of diverse professional and amateur performing arts in the Cowichan with regular programming and productions that grace our stage.

We are a centre of creativity. A cultural hub of inspiration. The Cowichan Performing Arts Centre is your entertainment choice for our region.

Check the website for up-to-date information on current and future events & performances.

Downtown Duncan

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

Downtown Duncan - Eat/Shop/Play

Just off the highway...experience all that Downtown Duncan has to offer - our vibrant, eclectic & historic Downtown has a multitude of things to see, hear and do all year long.

Our fabulous Farmer's Market takes over City Square each Saturday - you don't want to miss it!

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.

THE QUW'UTSUN' CULTURAL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE IS A WORLD-CLASS DESTINATION.
Twenty years ago the Quw'utsun' People embarked on a project to raise the profile of Quw'utsun' knitters, carvers and jewelry makers, while displaying the Quw'utsun' culture and history to the world. In 1986 the Cowichan Tribes outbid twenty organizations and bought the Cultural Center buildings from Expo '86. The Cultural Centre opened its doors in 1990. Take a tour with an experienced tour guide and have an authentic Aboriginal meal at the Riverwalk Cafe all in the splendour of the beautiful Cowichan River.