Significant Improvements Coming to Parksville Community Park
On July 3, the City of Parksville received confirmation of the successful funding award of $1,263,521 through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, Community, Culture and Recreation Infrastructure Stream, for improvements to public spaces in the Parksville Community Park. Total cost of the project is $1,723,063. The project scope includes… Read more
2020 Parksville Beach Festival cancelled due to C0VID-19
Pushing the decision until the 11th hour is how the Parksville Beach Festival Society described their deliberations regarding whether to host their annual festival. This week they have made the decision to cancel Parksville Beach Festival for 2020. This cancellation includes, the Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition, Art… Read more
2020 Sand Sculpting Theme – Community Votes Requested!
Parksville, BC: The Parksville Beach Festival Society is actively planning the 2020 Quality Foods Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition. Set to run July 10 through August 16 alongside Parksville’s magnificent beach, the sand sculptures will feature a specific theme and the public can help choose that theme. “Theme ideas are… Read more
Parksville Beach Festival Society donates to local Not-for-Profit Organizations
While the Parksville Beach Festival Society members work year round to create the ever popular summer events alongside beautiful Parksville beach, this time of year is when they host their most favorite event: Cheque Presentations to the Volunteer Gate Ambassadors In a public presentation, October 22, 2019, at City Hall… Read more
Theme Voting Results Are In!
After receiving over 695 votes for the 2019 sand sculpting theme, the Parksville Beach Festival Society is pleased to announce the results. The public was asked to vote online and in person at Quality Foods in Nanoose Bay, Parksville and Qualicum Beach for their favorite theme from a choice of… Read more