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  • Bumbershoot Theatre

    1295 Cannery Lane # 125 - Kelowna
    Do you love live theatre? If so, here's what you can catch at Bumbershoot Theatre this upcoming year. | A Year with Frog and Toad: February 16 to 26 | Around the World in 80 Days: March 16 to 26 | Animals: April 20 to 30 | New Canadian Kid: May 18 to 30 | The Nightmare Before Christmas: October 12 to 22 | Little Women: November 16 to 26.
  • Kelowna Tennis Futures

    Parkinson Recreation Centre - Kelowna
    Sanctioned once again by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and our very own Tennis Canada, this year’s event will continue the tradition started in summer 2012 of bringing to the Okanagan Valley ultra-competitive and extremely high-level professional men’s tennis. The ITF Men’s Pro Circuit is the key entry level to all professional tennis tournaments. Players compete to gather the points necessary to eventually reach the higher level tournaments on the ATP World Tour.
  • KFD Night At The Ballpark

    Elks Stadium - Kelowna
    The Kelowna Falcon’s and the Kelowna Professional Firefighter’s Charitable Society presents a night at the park to raise money for charity. A great family event with a kids corner, entertainment, games, 50/50, prizes and the grand finale is the awesome fireworks display!
  • KSS Class of 1977 Reunion

    Various - Kelowna
    The KSS grad class of 1977 is holding their 40th grad reunion this year. It will be held July 1st & 2nd. Kelowna Secondary School's class of 1977 consisted of more than 800 students. Three events are planned to mark the occasion, a tour of KSS, a dinner and dance, and on Sunday a BBQ. Please join our Facebook page at KSS 1977 Grad Reunion 2017 for contact information.
  • Celebrate Canada Day - Kelowna

    Celebrate Canada Day - Kelowna is an annual, free community festival held in Waterfront Park, Jim Stuart Park and Kerry Park, as well as Prospera Place for residents and visitors to celebrate our nation's birthday. There are over 50+ activities and performances that are multi-generational and family-friendly, sure to entertain festival goers all day long. Over 60,000 people have attended these celebrations each year. This year watch for some special NEW activities in honour of Canada's Sesquicentennial year!
  • Strike Out The Stigma

    Elk's Stadium - Kelowna
    Diabetes Canada is hosting their first annual fundraiser at the ball game! "Strike out the Stigma" is an evening of baseball, games and prizes for the whole family combined with diabetes awareness. Come out to cheer on your Kelowna Falcons and help support Diabetes Canada!
  • The World Vision Global 6K for Water

    Tugboat Bay at The Delta Grand - Kelowna
    The World Vision Global 6K for Water is coming to Kelowna! The Global 6K is an easy way to empower your friends and family, engage your community, and provide clean, life-giving water to children around the world. Nearly everyone in your community can walk, run, or wheel their way across the finish line. Access to clean water is essential to World Vision’s goal of the sustained well-being of children – Kelowna can help us get there. Register now to take part in our Global 6K for Water. Then you can stick around to celebrate with us afterwards! Together with your crew join us for #lovecankelowna.
  • Eco-Blast Kids Camp & Concert

    Lake Country from July 24th - July 28th & Kelowna from August 14th - 18th
    ECO-BLAST is truly a blast! Can you imagine a bunch of kids singing I am the Future? Or dancing to Up Your Watershed? Or creating eco-art masterpieces? That’s the power of the ECO-BLAST Kids Camp & Concert, co-hosted by the Fresh Outlook Foundation and the Okanagan Boys & Girls Clubs.This year’s event features five-day camps in Kelowna and Lake Country for children ages 6-12, followed by a concert on the Friday evening. Campers will learn and perform eco-logical songs by Voice of Nature, and will connect with nature and each other through song, theatre, and eco-art. Campers will also learn how to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem by saving water and energy and reducing waste.
  • Ugly Jacket Classic Charity Golf Tournament

    Black Mountain Golf Course - Kelowna
    The 12th Annual Ugly Jacket Classic Charity Golf Tournament is once again presented by Bellamy Homes! The theme is "Canada 150" so wear your red & white, eh? Play format is Texas Scramble, $150 includes 18 holes, cart and dinner. Silent and live auctions, tons of prizes. 1pm shotgun start. Proceeds go towards our goal of building a children's respite/hospice house in Kelowna!
    $150
  • Okanagan Charity Classic

    Black Mountain Golf Club - Kelowna
    The Okanagan Charity Classic is a golf tournament, featuring hockey stars from across the globe, local celebrities and CPGA golf professionals which benefits a different charity each year. Proceeds from the 2017 Okanagan Charity Classic will be donated towards assisting underprivileged children to play in organized sports (such as the Disadvantage Cup Fund). Other proceeds will also be put towards the Canucks Autism Network for kids.
  • Bell Media Night At The Ballpark

    Elk's Stadium - Kelowna
    Join us for our Bell Media "Night At The Ballpark"! Help us fill the stadium and cheer on your Kelowna Falcons as they take on the Wenatchee Applesox. Redeem your ticket stubs for a free hotdog, pop and bag of chips.
  • Interior Savings Across the Lake Swim

    City Park - Kelowna
    Kelowna's annual Interior Savings Across The Lake Swim is the largest and longest continuously running open water swim event in Canada! Swimmers complete a 2.1 km swim from the Old Ferry Docks in West Kelowna to Hot Sands Beach in City Park Kelowna. With the continued growth of our event, the 2017 swim will have ten waves, separating swimmers by their abilities to enhance safety and minimize congestion on the lake. It has also been recognized as one of the top 15 open water swims in the world!
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