The 23rd annual Victoria Film Festival (“VFF”) invites you to bring your eyeballs to theatre screens around BC’s capital city to celebrate feature films and enjoy cinematic events February 3-12, 2017. Victoria Film Festival The Victoria Film Festival is Vancouver Island’s largest and longest-running film festival. Celebrating 23 years, VFF screens over 100 films over […]
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Food, wine, a pairing dinner, craft beer, bubbles, brunch, and those gorgeous eastern Vancouver Island sunrise views. The 9th annual Parksville Uncorked Food and Wine Festival is happening February February 23 to 26, 2017 at Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort and The Beach Club Resort. Parksville Uncorked This high-spirited, decadent weekend usually sells out so act […]
The BC Ale Trail has officially launched, unveiling of the ultimate guide to British Columbia’s diverse and dynamic craft beer community. BC Ale Trail In partnership with Destination British Columbia and the BC Craft Brewers Guild, the BC Ale Trail emphasizes how a visit to or around British Columbia is enhanced with a pint of […]
On a blazing hot day in early October, I got to fly over to Nanaimo with Helijet so I could hang out with Santa Claus and learn about the Kris Kringle Craft Market. I was on assignment for FestivalSeekers, to get the whole story about the Kris Kringle Craft Market, the brainchild of Veronica von […]
Dive into water-themed films this September as the Victoria Film Festival presents the Wild Water Film Festival. Featuring extreme sports, adventuring, water issue films and speakers from around the globe, it’s a film festival for those who love all things water. Wild Water Film Festival Where: The Vic Theatre (808 Douglas St, Victoria) When: Thursday, […]
The Nanaimo Summertime Blues Festival is coming up August 26th to 28th at Maffeo Sutton Park on the waterfront, with special performances at The Queens downtown. I met Gerold Haukenfrers, president of the Nanaimo Blues Society, and musician Lazy Mike on my last trip to Vancouver Island’s blues capital. I made Lazy Mike work pretty […]