I take for granted that many people haven’t been to, or maybe don’t even know about, my favourite place in Campbell River. It has a great vibe, and an unusual ability to instill a sense of peace for visitors. When
This spring a number of local writers are participating at writing retreats at the Haig-Brown House, that givem them writing time in the study, and they are paired with a past writer in residence for some mentoring. Kurtis Scriba was
This past October, the Comox Valley lost a beloved long-time resident, Father Charles Brandt. An ordained priest and member of the Hermits of St. John the Baptist, he lived on the banks of the Oyster River and devoted his life
You may be wondering why we are sharing this article on the Haig-Brown House blog. The Hudsons were very good friends of the Haig-Browns, and as a result their lives often intertwined. We enjoyed this article immensely and hope you
This January through March, four emerging local writers will be participating in a writing retreat program at the Haig-Brown House. They have each been partnered with a previous Haig-Brown Writer in Residence. Watch for updates about these writers and their
The Haig-Brown House and the Museum at Campbell River were pleased to have Eden Robinson as the 2019/2020 Writer in Residence. As part of the residence, Eden worked with local writers, and spoke several times at the Museum at the
Operated by the Museum at Campbell River, the house has a multi-functional purpose serving as a Bed & Breakfast from May to October, as a residence for writers from November to April, and is used for holding special events and summer programs.