Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Estuary Carol Walk – Dec 4th, 2022

Once again we will enliven the K'ómoks Estuary with the merry sounds of Christmas Carols.

Date and Time

December 4, 2:45 pm -5 pm


Mansfield Drive Parking Lot


The 10th annual Comox Valley Estuary Carol walk begins on Sunday, December 4th at Mansfield Drive parking lot (behind Bayside Cafe at 26th off Cliffe Ave). We are asking that people arrive at 2:45 pm this year as we would like to walk up to Ocean Front Village to sing to the residents there who may not be able to walk with us. Carollers may also join at the Airpark Marina parking lot or on the covered patio at Locals Restaurant, near the Old House Hotel and Spa. Children and dogs on leash welcome!

We will end our carol walk at Locals Restaurant. They will provide a cup of warm wassail on their patio. We will continue to sing carols there until about 5 o’clock. If carolers would like to stay for dinner at Locals please make a reservation. This is not a part of the carol walk event but would be a nice way to end your evening!

We live in a Canadian rain forest, please dress for the weather. We also suggest you bring a water bottle and a flashlight or headlamp. Participants can park vehicles at Mansfield Drive, the Airpark or near the Old House Hotel and Spa.

If the event is canceled due to weather, we will post information on this page as well as our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds. If you sign up, we will also be able to contact you via email, however, you are not required to sign up to participate.

You can download and print the Carol Booklet on this page or view it on your phone so that you can sing along with the group.


Deck The Halls

Good King Wenceslas

Here Comes Santa Claus

Jingle Bells

Joy to the World

Mary’s Boy Child

Silent Night

Silver Bells

We Three Kings

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

White Christmas

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