Chemainus . . .
Protected by the ocean and mountains.
Made world famous by our outdoor gallery of murals
Made world famous by sinking a Boeing 737 for scuba divers
Yet so quaint and quiet you will not want to leave
Enlightened by our culturally rich history
Enchanted by our beauty and warmth
Enthralled by our superb live theatre
Delighted by our diverse dining options
Invigorated by our variety of recreational options
There is something for everyone
Hospitality awaits . . . For one night is never enough
Just an hour's drive from Victoria - but a world away in time
PLEASE NOTE: While admission is Free, space is Limited. Please call 250-246-9471 to reserve a place
APRIL 4 11am-12 noon
Author Ann Eriksson Reads from The Performance. Eriksson's book explores questions of privilege through the tentative relationship between a successful young pianist and one of her followers, a homeless woman, who has to panhandle to afford to attend concerts.
APRIL 11 11am-12 noon
Author Hendry Landry reads from Meditation: The Art and Act of Mindfulness. Landry follows a tradition of scholarship which, since medieval times, foresaw a day when the Buddha-way would be open to all Beings regardless of their lifestyle, culture or country. That time was and is our current "Latter Day of the Law."
APRIL 25 11am-12 noon
Author Liz Maxwell Forbes reads from 'Growing Up Weird'. Part memoir, part social history, it is a compelling work of nonfiction with a strong narrative that reads like a novel.