New In Downtown Duncan
Downtown Duncan is one of the only urban shopping areas on Vancouver Island to offer FREE PARKING to customers. Starting August 1, a new, temporary, free three-hour parking lot will be opening on Kenneth Street as well. All the more reason to come visit great shops like Outlooks Menswear!
There are also a number of exciting new additions to downtown Duncan worth visiting, starting with the Descendants Native Art Gallery at 24 Station Street. Run by Susan Kostiuck of Acho Dene Koe band and Excellent Frameworks – E.J Hughes Gallery notoriety, in partnership with esteemed Coast Salish artist Shawn Johnny, this space features work from Ojibwe artist IceBear and Anishinaabe artist Mike Alexander, among others.
Nearby, VayVay Baby is open at 38 Station Street. This lovely new boutique offers baby
jumpers by brands like Parade, toy blocks, plush animals, and more necessities for your little one. At 167 Canada Avenue, Bath Naturals by Sarah has opened up as well. Bath Naturals by Sarah carries bath products and other small accessories like soothers catered to children with sensory issues. This charming shop is a great place to pamper yourself or a loved one.
Don’t forget to pick up take out from eateries like Greenhouse Café at 177 Kenneth Street and dine in the new open-air food court at 85 Station Street, the Station Street Common. The Downtown Duncan BIA has added a table tennis to enjoy alongside life-sized checkers!
Visit downtownduncan.ca for the latest.
- Amanda Vance
Downtown Duncan BIA