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New Products Arriving in the Gift Shop

Christmas is almost here and what is better than buying gifts for your loved ones then getting amazing, one of a kind gifts, all while supporting your local artists. This season the Courtenay and District Museum gift shop has stocked up on some exciting new items by the local artisans at Grumpy Goat Soaps. These lovely soaps, soy candles, and lip balms are made in Black Creek, and will be available in our gift shop beginning in November.

November 10th, 2022|Gift Shop|

Upcoming Events: November & December

The museum team has lined up a series of events that will take us into the Festive Season with enjoyment of regional: music, crafts, celebration, lectures and more. And, if you’re headed to the Native Sons Hall for the Comox Valley Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings, this is a great time to stop in at the museum directly across the street.

November 10th, 2022|Museum Events, Museum News|

Moonlight and Magic 2022 at the Courtenay & District Museum

The museum will be open from 5:00pm to 8:30pm for Courtenay’s 2022 Moonlight and Magic event on Friday, November 18th. Walk the streets of Courtenay and enjoy events, music, food, and shops open later than usual. Admission to the museum will be by donation while our hours extend into the evening for the public.

November 10th, 2022|Museum Events, Museum News|

Live Music: Blaine Dunaway, Violin

Blaine Dunaway is a local composer, music teacher, violinist, and trumpet player. Known Canada-wide, his experience composing music spans many styles, ranging from 15-piece bands to meditation tracks. He teaches cello, violin, flugelhorn, trumpet, and beginner guitar to students of all ages.

November 3rd, 2022|Museum Events, Museum News|

Zoom Lecture: Tanya Richards – “Lest We Forget”

“Lest We Forget” is a unique scrapbook created in the 1970’s by Ruth Masters, to commemorate the men from the Comox Valley who died in the First and Second World Wars. Ruth spent years researching each individual and created pages of photographs and clippings pertaining to their lives.

November 2nd, 2022|Museum Events, Museum News|
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