Fall Festival at Haig-Brown House

Our Hours:

Summer (May 18 - Sept 30)
Daily : 10am - 5pm

Winter (Oct. 1 - May 17)
Tuesday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm

Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

The Festival is part artisan market, part community group gathering, part fly fishing celebration all rolled together with an environmental stewardship angle. The main stage will see the City hosting its annual Stewardship Awards as well as the cool sounds of local singer/songwriter Doug Folkins. Come with an appetite and sample the BBQ and some sweet and savoury treats at some of the market vendors. There are games and activities for families to do at the festival with lots to see and explore. It’s more than just a place to see… attendees will learn and experience as well.

New This Year

New this year is the introduction of a Festival Lounge where Beach Fire Brewery will be serving up one of their special batches. Visitors will also be able to take a guided tour of Haig-Brown House lead by one of the knowledgeable Museum interpreters. Reserve a spot on event day with reservations between 11:00am and 12:30pm (sign up at the festival). Suggested donation for these tours is $5 per person.


The Human Impacts on the Watershed, presented by Chuck DeSorcy and Greenways Land Trust
12:45pm at the Main Stage

Winner of last year’s Environmental Excellence award from the City of Campbell River, Chuck DeSorcy will present an engaging and interactive talk on the “Human Impact on the Watershed”. Presentation at 12:45pm in front of the main stage.

Writings of Rockerick Haig-Brown, presented by David Brown
1:00pm in the Study

In the Study of the Haig-Brown House will be two presentations, both showcasing the legacy and impact of Roderick Haig-Brown. The first will be readings of selected passages by Roderick Haig-Brown presented by David Brown, a life-long student and fan of Roderick’s work. Sit back and enjoy the informative talk by David and then hear some passages from Roderick’s many works.

Salmon and the Underwater Perspective, presented by Eiko Jones
2:00pm in the Study
2:30pm in the Study

Explore the connection between salmon and the local rivers through a photographic journey by Eiko Jones. Jones will explore the balance between salmon and the local rivers and the importance of a vibrant and healthy watershed. Space can be reserved for this talk in advance by calling the Museum at Campbell River at 250-287-3103, or as space allows on the day of the event. By donation (suggested donation of $5)

Shuttle Service for Parking

To help with parking congestion at the Haig-Brown House, we have introduced a shuttle service for the festival. Visitors can park at the ReStore parking lot and take the Habitat for Humanity Shuttle Bus to the festival.  Services are being offered by donation to Habitat for Humanity! 

Habitat for Humanity ReStore
1725 Willow St, Campbell River, BC V9W 3M8

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Thank you to our sponsors this year: