NEW LOCATION: 1202 Kosikar Road, Columbia Valley, Cultus Lake BC
As you all know, our event is outdoors and rain or shine. Our event is held in the beautiful, secluded, Columbia Valley at the far end of Cultus Lake, BC. The first families to the Valley arrived in 1887 and believed they were settling in the United States because the border was overgrown. Barns were built in the 1900s by the original four families: Jarabek’s, Minnick’s, Kosiker’s and Dorko’s. This year Art on the Farm is the same as always BUT, for our 11th year, we have decided to relocate to the Columbia Valley community’s hall. Under the shade of huge old cedar trees you will find our artists’ tents, demonstrations, craft making, mural painting. If we have significant rain, we can move indoors. We also have wheelchair accessible bathrooms, and wheelchair accessible site. There is a full playground, and outdoor and indoor kitchen. There is camping nearby. Come check it out!
For a cool article on the history of Columbia Valley, click here.