Just a sample of the businesses who call Downtown Courtenay their home
Entertaining, educational and fun for the entire family; the “Old Fashioned Fall Fair” is the place to be the last weekend of August. The Fair is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Comox Valley agriculture.
580 Duncan Avenue Courtenay, BC
Comox Valley Exhibition Fall Fair
Blue Spruce Ice Cream is the Comox Valley’s new small batch ice cream spot. Inspired by a walk in the woods, a dash of nostalgia and a little hometown pride, Blue Spruce is an homage to the amazing flavours and foods that come from right here. We proudly use locally sourced, artisanal ingredients in all our traditionally made, handcrafted ice cream and non dairy desserts. We also have smaller fare lunch items, espresso, and inventive drinks, too!
526A Cliffe Ave Courtenay, BC V9N 2J4
Blue Spruce Ice Cream
Office Open Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Located below the Sid Williams Theatre) Book your special event with us! • Conferences • Seminars • Meetings • Wedding receptions • Social events Whatever your requirements, the Florence Filberg Centre staff will be pleased to help! Facilities Features • Convenient downtown Courtenay location with ample off-street parking • Meeting rooms customized to suit your specific needs • Clean facilities with courteous staff • Competitive rates • Air conditioned • Hourly and day rates available • Audio visual equipment available • Internet access • Wheelchair accessible • Fully equipped commercial kitchen • Performing stage
411 Anderton Ave, Courtenay BC V9N 6C6
Florence Filberg Centre
The Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association (DCBIA) was formed on October 18, 1995. The purpose of the DCBIA is to provide leadership in the business community to ensure that the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Area continues to be vibrant and responsive, meeting the needs of its members and the public and remaining on the leading edge of change. Today the DCBIA boasts more than 240 members, including retail and professional services, restaurants and cafes, property owners, arts and cultural venues and more. A volunteer Board of Directors, together with a part time Executive Director and DCBIA members, work tirelessly on developing internal and external marketing strategies to attract people to the downtown core.
203 - 580 Duncan Ave. Courtenay, BC V9N 2M7
Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association (BIA)
Where fashion and style is not a size, but a way of expression.” We carry all sizes from 8 to 24, including petites. We have many brands including Ezze Wear, Tanjay, Alia, Tyr bathing suits, Fen-Ali coats, French Dressing Jeans, Jockey, Lunair Bras, Elita Lingerie and many more.
438 5th St, Courtenay, BC V9N 1J8