The Village of Cumberland, in partnership with the Cumberland Museum and Archives, is excited to announce the completion of an interpretive walking trail at the No. 1 Japanese Town Historic Site in Cumberland’s Coal Creek Historic Park. A ceremony will be take place on Saturday June 8th 2019 at 1:30 pm at the site.
The Home Depot Canada’s Courtenay store has partnered with Comox Valley Transition Society to raise funds in support of local at-risk and homeless youth.
From May 30th to June 23rd, customers can donate $2.00 at the store’s checkout or online at OrangeDoorProject.ca.
The Boomer’s Legacy British Columbia Bike Ride is back! In a few weeks, on June 8th and 9th, two groups of riders will set out to celebrate the life and legacy of Andrew “Boomer” Eykelenboom by cruising to Nanaimo, all for a good cause.
Park upgrade work is planned at the Comox Valley Regional District’s (CVRD) Seal Bay Park starting Tuesday, May 28th with construction of a new multi-use trail and new parking area. These park improvements align with public feedback received as part of the CVRD Park Management Plan public consultation process.
Walter Gretzky, 80-year-old father of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, mentored his son in hockey to be prepared – anticipate where the puck will be rather than following where it has been! And, Walter has also known the importance of being prepared for his health care. He encourages every Canadian to have conversations and make an Advance Care Plan in the event you are ever unable to speak for yourself about the care you would want.
YQQ is pleased to announce the launch of Island Good, a branding concept developed by the Vancouver Island Economic Association (VIEA), to aid in identifying Vancouver Island products.
The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) has successfully acquired all necessary water licenses and land use agreements for their new water project, setting a clear path for construction to start on schedule this year.
Be part of this exciting annual fundraiser where downtown Cumberland comes alive with the spectacle of 4,000 racing golf balls! Over $5,500 in prizes to be won. 1st Prize: $1,000 cash.
Beautiful downtown Cumberland is where the action will be this Saturday May 18th when merchants, makers, musicians, artisans, locals, and visitors converge for a day long celebration of culture, commerce and community!