• RDOS - Physical Acitivity Trailer (PAT)

    The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen has launched an exciting new regional recreation approach that includes lots of fun activities throughout the region. Focusing on physical literacy and reduction of sedentary behavior, the RDOS will be rolling into a community near you with their new Physical Activity Trailer (PAT).
  • Wine Country Racing Association

    Richter Pass Motorplex - Osoyoos
    Drag racing in the South Okanagan! The Wine Country Racing Association is a non-profit society that runs 1/8 mile drag races at the Osoyoos Airport also known as the Richter Pass Speedway. Season opener is Sunday, April 29th.
  • Alzheimer Society BC - Monthly Support Groups

    The Alzheimer Society of BC holds a support group meeting for caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer Disease & other dementias, the second Tuesday of the month at 1:15 pm at the Osoyoos Health Centre and the third Tuesday of the month at 1:00 pm at the Oliver's Senior Centre. For more information, please contact Mary Beth Rutherford @ 250-493-8182.
  • Osoyoos Music in the Park

    Gyro Park - Osoyoos
    The Osoyoos Music in the Park kicks off on Friday, June 29th. Enjoy FREE live musical entertainment in Gyro Park in the summer months! Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy great music and beautiful surroundings.
  • 1st Annual Beer Bubbles and Bratz Fundraiser

    Gyro Park - Osoyoos
    Desert Sun will be hosting their 1st annual “Beer, Bubbles and Bratz” in Gyro Park. Included with your ticket is admission to the Robn’Walker concert, a glass of beer or cider, a hotdog or hamburger and a whole lotta fun. This first annual event will raise awareness of Desert Sun and raise the necessary funds to ensure the continuation of essential programs including the Community Kitchen, Men’s Counselling programs, Women’s Counselling programs, Community Outreach, the Safehome program, the Better At Home program and the Women’s Crisis Line. Buy your ticket today!
  • Element Music Festival

    Get your tickets now for the Element Music Festival! The Snug Lake Amphitheatre is nestled in the highlands of the Okanagan-Similkameen Valley on the tip of the Cascade Mountain Range, surrounded by forests, lakes and valleys, so the festival’s location really has it all. You’ll find plenty of food trucks and craft vendors onsite where you can grab a bite to eat on the go before heading to one of the stages. The Element Music Festival is a must-visit this summer. Tickets on sale now!
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  • Art Gallery Osoyoos - Summer Artisan Market

    The Art Gallery Osoyoos is pleased to present the Summer Artisan Market from June 2nd to September 3rd. The Market will be open Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 4:00 pm until July 1st. Then daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm until September 3rd. Come and see the work of many talented local artists!
  • Tinhorn Creek Concert Series - Daniel Wesley (THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT)

    537 Tinhorn Creek Road - Oliver
    After a decade of making music for his legions of fans, Vancouver beach rocker Daniel Wesley has hundreds of live shows under his belt. Wesley continues his relentless musical onslaught with the release of a career-spanning live album recorded at the historic Commodore Ballroom. The live record captures his 16th headlining performance at the legendary venue, a once again sold out show, and highlights performances of tunes spanning his songbook, delivered with the musical tightness and explosive energy audiences have grown accustomed to. Tickets on sale now!
  • Penticton Peach Festival - Kim Mitchell

    A talented, imaginative rock guitarist and a pop songwriter of considerable craft, Kim Mitchell has been a fixture on the Canadian music scene since the mid-1970s. He began as the manic frontman of the quirky, progressive hard rock band Max Webster, and gained prominence as a solo artist in the 1980s with radio-friendly rock anthems such as “Go for Soda,” “Patio Lanterns,” and “Rock N Roll Duty.” He later established himself as a popular radio personality and a mainstay on the summer festival circuit. He has sold more than 1.5 million records in Canada throughout his career, earning 17 Juno nominations and winning three Juno Awards.
  • Penticton Peach Festival - April Wine

    It was difficult to turn on a radio in Canada in the 1970s or early ‘80s without hearing April Wine. The Halifax-spawned, Montreal-based band made radio-friendly arena rock and sentimental ballads that earned them a mass audience. Combine that with a rigorous touring ethic that saw them cross Canada multiple times and you get one of the more successful rock acts in this country’s history.
  • Penticton Peach Festival - Madeline Merlo

    Madeline Merlo, born in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, is a country music singer-songwriter. She signed to Open Road Recordings in 2013 and released her debut album three years later. In 2015, she received the "Rising Star" award from the Canadian Country Music Association.
  • Tinhorn Creek Concert Series - Lovecoast

    537 Tinhorn Creek Rd. - Oliver
    Since their inception in 2013, Lovecoast has been delivering a new sound that won’t go unnoticed. Their blends of old soul, fresh pop and hard hitting grooves leave you feeling fresh and nostalgic all at once. Tickets on sale now!
  • Tinhorn Creek Concert Series - Rural Alberta Advantage

    537 Tinhorn Creek Rd. - Oliver
    The Rural Alberta Advantage's percussive folk songs about hometowns and heartbreak, and relentless tradition of touring have taken the trio of Amy Cole, Paul Banwatt and Nils Edenloff from humble recognition amongst indie rock die-hards as "Canada's best unsigned band" to sold-out tours and devoted fans around the world. Tickets on sale now!