Resources and Related Websites
QB Family History Society
Qualicum Beach Family History Society strives to promote the study of genealogy and family history in Qualicum Beach through accurate, ethical and thorough research principles and techniques.
This history project is sponsored by the Arrowsmith Agricultural Association. They are currently researching Coombs pioneer families, community organizations and events.
Community is what ECHO Players is all about. Relying upon the talents, creative energy and generosity of individuals and businesses we have been bringing the live theatre experience to the Oceanside area for over 30 years.
Milner Gardens & Woodland
Welcome to Milner Gardens & Woodland… a seaside garden in Qualicum Beach on the east coast of Vancouver Island, BC and one of best attractions in Parksville-Qualicum Beach.
BC Museums Association
Founded in 1957 and incorporated in 1966, the British Columbia Museums Association provides a unified voice for the institutions, trustees, professional staff and volunteers of the BC museum and gallery community.
This Park started in 1983 by the District 69 Historical Society, later changed to Parksville and District Historical Society, displays a number of heritage buildings from the time of the first settlers in the area. The artefacts which decorate these buildings illustrate the lives of these settlers.
The Old School House Arts Centre, the artistic focal point for the area, is located in the heart of the picturesque community of Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Over 30,000 visitors cross our threshold every year, from every corner of the world.
Arrowsmith Golf Course
Arrowsmith Golf & Country Club, the only course right in Lighthouse Country, is an 18-hole, par-61 executive golf course. Beautifully manicured with a grass driving range, a practice bunker, two practise greens, and a full-service clubhouse.
Working on a family tree? This list of headstones in Qualicum Beach cemeteries may be of help.
Qualicum Beach Municipal Cemetery – St. Mark’s Anglican Church Garden