Quadra wants you to catch the Spirit of the Island

Head over to Quadra today and tomorrow for a great opportunity to see what the island offers visitors

Head over to Quadra today and tomorrow for a great opportunity to see what the island offers visitors.

Between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day, visit accommodation providers, activity operators, artists and others to discover the Spirit of the Island.

Pick up a Schedule and Map from one of the various locations (listed below) for your own self-guided tour of the island.  Participants will welcome you in various ways:  with an Open House, a  tour, a discount, a coupon, perhaps some tea and snacks….and always, a warm welcome and opportunity to visit and have your questions answered.

Enter a draw for a Grand Prize Package at each location you visit, just fill in an entry form for the draw. The more places you visit, the more chances you have to win the Grand Prize!

Included in the Grand Prize Package is: one night accommodation from Seascape Resort; one night accommodation, breakfast, and dinner at Heriot Bay Inn; one night accommodation, breakfast, and dinner at Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge; one fused glasswork item from Long John Silver Glassworks; one couples massage from Rejuvenation through Bodywork; half-dayday tour with Quadra Island Kayaks

Consider extending your visit to include Rebecca Spit Provincial Park, the Lighthouse, the lakes, or to hike and bike some of the many trails.

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