Family Friendly Beachfront Cabins in Tofino

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Tofino Events & Festivals

Tofino festivals run straight through the year, from March’s Pacific Rim Whale Festival to the Clayoquot Oyster Festival in November. In between are the Tofino Food and Wine Festival, National Aboriginal Day, the Pacific Rim Summer Festival, Tofino Art in the Gardens, West Coast Maritime Festival and the Tofino Film Festival. For information, maps and brochures, drop by the Pacific Rim Visitor Centre at 1426 Pacific Rim Highway or the Tourism Tofino Visitor Centre at 455 Campbell Street in Tofino.


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    10th Annual Guerilla Film Contest

    https://www.tofinofilmfest.com/guerillafilmcontest

    The Guerilla Film Contest is an annual amateur short film competition. Winners are determined by judges panel and people’s choice and are announced that evening. All proceeds from the night support screening fees for festival features.

    Come cheer on your friends and vote for your favourite film. Entry is a minimum $5 donation/person and includes 1 ballot entry form.

    Prizes awarded for 1st ($500 Donated by Rhino Coffee House), 2nd ($100 Shelter GC), and 3rd ($25 Shelter GC) place choice films. See submission rules for the full application process.Seating is first come, first serve basis. No advance ticket sales. Tickets $5

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    Feast Tofino

    https://www.feasttofino.com

    Feast Tofino is an opportunity to celebrate local, sustainable fisheries with our families and yours. This series of events is a collaboration between acclaimed local and regional guest chefs, restaurants, fishermen, foragers and farmers, all of whom celebrate the ‘boat-to-table’ food philosophy and great West Coast times. Feast Tofino runs when the fish arrive in the spring.

    Anchor Events include:

    Dock Festival: Saturday, April 28. Meet our chefs, enjoy seafood samples and more on Tofino’s working harbour front.
    Long Table Dinner: Early May. This collaboration between Tofino and visiting chefs usually takes place in our great outdoors.
    Sunday, April 8, is the annual Sneak Peek Into Feast. Get on board and be shuttled to participating Tofino restaurants for evening samplings of locally-inspired food and drink!

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    Stay & Feast @ Ocean Village

    https://www.oceanvillageresort.com

    Stay & Feast at Ocean Village!

    We’re pleased to offer another fantastic event at Ocean Village as part of the annual culinary festival, Feast Tofino. Feast is a two week celebration of “boat-to-table” West Coast cuisine. This festival brings together chefs, eateries, fisherman, foragers, farmers, resorts, and tour providers for an amazing list of culinary events.

    This year we are teaming up with local chef Jeff Mikus from Wildside Grill. Mikus will prepare a West Coast inspired Salmon BBQ with peel & eat local King Shrimp; featuring grilled vegetables, garlic & rosemary roasted potatoes and caesar salad. There will also be local Tofino Brewing Co. beer to enjoy. The event will be fun and casual so don't be afraid to kick off your shoes and have a good time!

    The event takes place on Sunday, May 6th. Tickets are $35/person. Join us around 4pm and food will be served at 5:30pm. Ticket quantities are limited and we did sell out last year so please contact us ahead of time to purchase your tickets.

    Please email us at [email protected] or call toll free at 1.866.725.3755 for ticket sales and cabin availability.

    Thank you and we hope to see you on the beach!

    Ocean Village Team

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    Tofino Shorebird Festival

    http://raincoasteducation.org/events/tofino-shorebird-festival

    Every year from late April through May, flocks of sandpipers, plovers, Whimbrels, and many other shorebirds pass through the Tofino area. Thousands stop here to feed and rest as they make their impressive journey from South and Central America northward to their Arctic breeding grounds.

    The protected forests, expansive mudflats, long sandy beaches, and rocky shorelines of the region create the right combination of habitats to draw over 40 species of shorebirds to the area, including the largest migratory concentrations of Whimbrels anywhere in British Columbia, and impressive flocks of Western Sandpipers, Dunlin and more. The threatened Red Knot is also a regular visitor each spring, as well as Rock Sandpiper in winter. In past years, local bird expert Adrian Dorst listed at least 30 species of shorebirds during spring migration!

    The Tofino Shorebird Festival celebrates this impressive annual migration with a series of educational birding activities and events.

    2018 schedule of events to come