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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

“A Story of Beach Creek and Other Fish Tales”


Climate Action Kids Nature & outdoors Sculpture & installation Visual arts Youth & teens
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Qualicum Beach Visitor Center

2711 West Island Highway

Qualicum Beach, BC

Directions: Look for the yellow wooden fish. They will be installed throughout the grassy areas near the Qualicum Beach Visitor Center. A tent/shelter will be set up for inclement weather. This is an OUTDOOR event on the ocean so dress for the weather of the day and season. Limited parking near the Visitor Center.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.

This is an outdoor event


“A Story of Beach Creek and Other Fish Tales” Celebrate Salmon and streams through this artistic display. "The Art of Nurturing Nature" is something to celebrate on BC and World Rivers Day September 24, 2023. Hand painted wooden salmon will be on display near the Qualicum Beach Visitors Centre. This event will feature a hands-on paper fish decorating activity. All ages welcome.



Diane Moran Visual Artist & Community Connector

Diane Moran is a retired Recreation Leader II and practicing Visual Artist residing in Qualicum Beach BC. She has been active in the arts for over 30 years and was Culture Days South Island ambassador in 2018 from Sooke to Port Renfrew. My mandate and vision is to create and connect others to art through meaningful engagement and public awareness projects. Sometimes focused on humanitarian efforts, environmental awareness, conservation and mental health advocacy


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The Art of Nurturing Nature in Qualicum Beach

Visual Artist & Community Connector Diane Moran Qualicum Beach, BC

"The Art of Nurturing Nature in Qualicum Beach" takes place though out the unceded traditional territory of the Qualicum, Snaw-naw-as, Snuneymuxw, K'ómox, Tseshaht, Hupacasath, and Ditidaht First Nations, on whose traditional lands Qualicum...