Public Market – All Local Products (make it, bake it, grow it, provide it)
Experience our little piece of paradise. We offer a variety of baked goodies, garden produce, candles, body care products pewter, artwork, jewelry, knitting, preserves, glass work, rustic wood furniture, wild rice, spices, teas, wooden toys and unique floral arrangements.
Join us for the Annual Show and Sale every May long weekend in Lake Cowichan.
Oil Paintings, Pastels, Pencil Drawings, Wood Sculptures,Stone Sculptures, Jewelry, Fibre Arts, Mixed Media, Pottery, Woodworking, Encaustic, Collage, Print making and more.
The Kaatza Lakeside Players’ focus is to broaden the opportunities for residents of the Cowichan Lake District to enjoy and participate in learning theatre arts.
Retail that focuses on eco-friendly, sustainable and locally produced apparel, jewelry and gifts that reflect the spirit of the West Coast lifestyle.Ten Tree, Nomads, Toad and Company, Parade Baby, Yoga Jeans, Efforts Eco, Koji Nationals, Pacific Coast Candles, and more.
Voice Teacher, Choral Conducting, Early Childhood Music Educator.
Voice work for business professionals.
Cowichan Lake Arts & Culture Society is dedicated to the recognition, application and advancement of
the many forms of art and culture found in the communities around Cowichan Lake.
The purpose of the society is to:
Encourage and foster appreciation of a broad spectrum of arts and culture in the Cowichan Lake Region (area I, area F and Lake Cowichan) by serving residents, of all ages, through the development of connections and partnerships, identifying and securing funding, providing advocacy and by enhancing both exposure
to and participation in arts and culture.
Theatre Music Dance Visual Arts
Literary Arts Culinary Arts Photography and Film
Knitting Quilting Weaving
Cowichan Lake Arts and Culture Society is privileged to serve the communities surrounding Cowichan Lake.
We respectfully acknowledge that we are operating in the territories of the Ts’uubaa-asatx First Nation (Lake Cowichan First Nation), Ditidaht First Nation and Cowichan Tribes.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the original peoples of the Cowichan Valley
for sharing their culture with us.’