• BC Cancer Foundation’s Workout to Conquer Cancer

    Do you have what it takes, to work out every day, for an entire month? The BC Cancer Foundation is inviting you to take a 31 day fitness challenge. Move every day for the month of May and help raise vital funds to advance cancer care in B.C. at the BC Cancer Foundation. Run, Bike, take a fitness class. The possibilities are endless.
  • 100th Annual Falkland Stampede

    Falkland, BC - Falkland
    It's Falkland's biggest event of the year! This May long, head to the Falkland Stampede for a weekend full of fun, excitement, food, drinks, and some amazing competition. One of Canada's oldest stampedes, the Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo. People from all over the world come to Falkland for this event! Catch our Summer Fun Seeker and EZ Rock in the Falkland Parade on Sunday, May 20th!
  • Lobster Fest

    Salmon Arm Activity Recreation Centre - 451 Shuswap St S, Salmon Arm, BC - Salmon Arm
    The Rotary Daybreak's 15th Annual Lobsterfest is back! Join DJ Patrick Ryley on Saturday, May 26 at the Salmon Arm Activity Recreation Center for a night full of lobster, prime rib, and fun! Choose from 3 meals: Prime Rib ($50), 1.5lb Lobster Dinner ($60), or Prime Rib & Lobster ($75). Doors open at 6pm, dinner is at 7. Tickets are now on sale, head to Bookingham Palace, SA Observer, Braby Motors, or click the link below!
  • 8th Annual Carlin Country Market

    Carlin Elementary Middle School - 4005 Meyers Frontage Road, Tappen, BC - Tappen
    The Carlin Elementary Middle School PAC invites you to their 8th Annual Carlin Country Market, taking place Saturday, May 26 from 10am-4pm! Enjoy carnival games, bouncy houses, dunk tank, laser tag, photo booth, and a plant sale! There will also be a garage sale, silent auction, raffle baskets, 50/50 draws, and entertainment including Uncle Chris the Clown! Bring your empties and donate them to the bottle drive. Entry by donation - all proceeds go towards supporting Carlin Elementary.
  • Scotiabank MS Walk

    Sunday, May 27th from 8am - 12pm
    Stuart Park - Kelowna
    Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. When you join MS Walk, you join our country’s collective effort to help improve the lives of Canadians affected by MS. The dollars you raise are invested in world-leading MS research happening right here in Canada. It’s an exciting time for MS research, and your fundraising will help improve the quality of life of Canadians affected by MS today, and those who may receive a diagnosis tomorrow. Bring your family and friends together to share in the start/finish-line activities, team awards ceremonies and amazing stories from people living with MS! We can’t wait to celebrate with you! Registration begins at 8am with the walk taking place at 10am.
  • High Tea at R.J Haney Heritage Village and Museum

    751 Highway 97B - Salmon Arm
    This timeless tradition of afternoon tea is an occasion to celebrate politeness, good manners, and community. R.J Haney Heritage Village & Museum invites you to the 9th annual High Tea. Enjoy an afternoon of tea, treats, entertainment and stories. Tickets for High Tea can be purchased by phone at 250-832-5243. Seating is limited, so be sure to purchase your tickets early for this popular spring event. Dress up for this event as there will be prizes awarded!
  • Hands Up! at the Caravan Farm Theatre

    Caravan Farm Theatre - 4886 Salmon River Road, Armstrong-Spallumcheen - Armstrong
    Show your support for Caravan Farm Theatre June 2! Bring all your family and friends to their fundraising event of the year! There will be a live auction, door prizes, and a 50/50 draw. Tickets include admission, wagon rides, and tastings of local craft beer, cider, and wine. Enjoy a delicious burger, a Crannog beer (or nonalcoholic beverage), live music, a barn dance, plus some theatrical surprises along the way!
  • Salmon Arm Art Battle

    Salmon Arm Curling Centre - 691 28 St NE, Salmon Arm, BC - Salmon Arm
    Are you ready for Art Battle? 12 competitors duke it out over 3 rounds, creating their best artwork in 20 minutes. At the end of each round, the audience votes for their favourite paintings! There can only be one 1 champion. Who will it be? Head to the Salmon Arm Curling Centre on Saturday, June 2 to find out. Tickets are just $35 and include light appies! Salmon Arm Art Battle will also include a LIVE auctioneer! All proceeds go towards the Shuswap Hospital Foundation!
  • Father's Day at R.J Haney Heritage

    751 Highway 97B - Salmon Arm
    Bring the whole family and celebrate Father's Day. Treat Dad to a Pioneer Pancake breakfast and stay the whole day! Enjoy musical and children's entertainers, wagon rides, old fashioned carnival games of chance and skill, face painting, children's crafts, panning for gold, a BBQ lunch, displays and more! Come and play the pioneer way, a great day to enjoy with Dad!
    admission at the gate
  • Ride Don't Hide

    Little Mountain Sports Complex – Field of Dreams, 250 30th Street SE., Salmon Arm, BC - Salmon Arm
    It’s not just another year; 2018 is CMHA’s 100 anniversary as a national charity across Canada and we want to make it count. Funds raised from the 2018 ride will continue to promote the mental health of everyone in the community. This means funding programs like Living Life to the Full and the new Wellness Centre for youth based out of Salmon Arm Secondary School. With 3 different rides and a NEW Walk Route Added, it's sure to be a great day to raise awareness for a great cause. Registration Starts at 8:00AM. For more info and pricing, click the link below!
  • Dinner Theatre at R.J Haney Heritage Village

    751 highway 97B - Salmon Arm
    From July 4th to August 26th- Celebrating twenty five years of Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre Productions. Opening night is July 4th, with shows every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening in July and August with a special matinee performance on Thursday, August 16th. Written and directed by Peter Blacklock, Peter is known for his original musical scores and humorous story telling while sharing the history of the Salmon Arm area. Enjoy a home cooked dinner with all the pioneer fixings, served at 6:00pm from Marjorie's Tea Room. Dessert follows the play with homemade rhubarb crisp and ice cream. Reservations are a MUST, call 250-832-5243. A not-to-be missed highlight of Salmon Arm's summer entertainment!
  • Pioneer Day at R.J Haney Heritage

    751 Highway 97B - Salmon Arm
    You are invited to join R.J Haney Heritage Village & Museum on Sunday July 8th for our annual Pioneer Day celebration. The day will be full of activities and events themed around Salmon Arm's history and its settlers. Visitors are encouraged to come dressed in costumes from the era and enter the costume contest for prizes! You can participate in the old fashioned races and games like toss eggs, and tug-a-war, old fashioned midway games, gun shoot, photo booth, wagon rides, visit the petting zoo and so much more!
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  • Shuswap Theatre's Comfy Bottom Seat Replacement Project

    41 Hudson Ave NW - Salmon Arm
    Their hand-me-down seats from the Salmar Classic are at least forty years old and are no longer as comfortable as they once were. They are pleased to say that new seats are now on order! They are grateful to the Shuswap Community Foundation for a five thousand dollar grant which kick-started the comfy bottoms project, and are still working to raise the balance of the $38,000 needed to replace all 140 seats. If you are able to donate, there are several ways to help. Please visit their website to find out all the details!
  • Hiking News!

    The Shuswap Hiker Ladies will officially become known as the Shuswap Nature Hikers effective May 2018. From that time onward all persons, both male and female are welcome to join the group! They hike every Friday, winter and summer, come rain or hail or sleet or snow. They hike as a group for camaraderie and safety. They do welcome dogs but they are expected to be under control, to stay close and be good with both people and other dogs. This is a very social group so if you're looking to make new friends or just want to learn where the local hiking trails are visit: www.thethirdhouse.ca to get all the information!
  • Watoto Children's Choir Tour Canada 2018

    The Watoto Children’s choir has travelled extensively since 1994, sharing a message of hope for Africa’s orphans and widows. They invite you to ‘Signs & Wonders’ which will be presented in Sicamous on May 24 at the Sicamous Bible Church , in Enderby on May 25 at the Enderby Chapel and in Salmon Arm on May 29th at five corners church all performances are at 7pm.
  • Fourth Annual Gala Evening Music Concert

    450 Okanagan Ave E - Salmon Arm
    There will be 3 performances of this Annual Gala Music Concert starting on Friday May 25th from 7:30pm-9pm at the Kamloops United Church, on Saturday May 26th from 7:30pm - 9pm at the Trinity United Church in Vernon and on Sunday May 27th from 7pm - 8:30pm at the Nexus at first in Salmon Arm. These performances are featuring the Vallee Harmony acappella pop choirs from Kamloops, Salmon Arm and Vernon. They will be performing songs by the Beatles, Toto, Queen and more! With special guests local Roots recording Artists Doc & the Disorderlies, music Director- Sylvain Vallee and Teenage Vocal and piano prodigy Carson Venne. Tickets are $15 and available at www.amazingsinging.ca. Proceeds for the Salmon Arm event will go to the Shuswap Food Action non-profit org. For all information and concert listings visit them on their website or find them on Facebook.
    $15.00
  • Joni - A tribute to Canadian Singer/Songwriter Joni Mitchell

    41 Hudson Ave NW - Salmon Arm
    Wildwood Benefit productions presents Joni- A tribute to Canadian Singer/Songwriter- Joni Mitchell at the Shuswap Theatre on Friday May 25th at 7:30pm, Saturday May 26th at 7:30pm and Sunday May 27th at 2pm. Admission is by cash donation at the door. This is the 6th in their benefit concert series and will be in support of the Salmon Arm Women’s Shelter.
    Admission by cash donation
  • Indian Horse Movie

    518 Main Street - Sicamous
    The Eagle River Secondary School's Film Club, in conjunction with School District #83's Indigenous Education Department, are presenting a feature film showing of "Indian Horse" on Friday May 25th at 5:30 at Eagle River Secondary School. This film is an adaptation of Richard Wagamese's award winning novel. It is a moving and important drama that sheds light on the dark history of Canada's Residential Schools and the indomitable spirit of Indigenous people. Entrance is by donation and the public are encouraged to attend. As this is the inaugural event for the Eagle River Film Club, the funds raised will be used by the Club to defray start-up costs and host similar events with social justice or educational benefits. **Please note the rating of this film is 14A and some viewers may find some of the content disturbing.
    Admission by donation
  • The Moment- The birth of a sport that nobody wanted.

    360 Alexander st NE - Salmon Arm
    This is a documentary about the birth of freeride mountain biking by Darcy Hennessey Turenne. It will be playing at the Salmar Classic Theatre on Friday May 25th at 6:30pm-doors open at 6:00pm. Tickets are $15 each or $10 for U17. You can purchase your tickets at Skookum Cycle and Ski. Don't miss out!
    $15 each, and $10 for U17
  • Salmon Arm Art Gallery Presents Slxlxaya

    70 Hudson Ave NE - Salmon Arm
    The Salmon Arm Art Gallery is pleased to present Slxlxaya: Stories of the Secwepemc Culture, this is an exhibition featuring art and audio stories by Indigenous artists and storytellers, Opening on Friday June 1 at 7pm. The exhibit runs from June 2 to August 4 at the Salmon Arm Art Gallery and is sponsored by Shuswap Community Foundation.
  • Looking for Readers in the Shuswap!

    The Third House has invited local writers to submit their work to them for feedback from readers. If you are interested in spending an evening or two reading their work, and another evening discussing it as a group with other like-minded people, they would like to hear from you! This is a voluntary process which is anonymous and confidential. You will not be asked to edit their work, just to provide your own feedback as a reader. They are looking for 8 readers to participate in each session. They are given approximately one month to digest the work and then the readers all meet for dessert on one specific evening in Blind Bay, to hold what always turns into a lively and interesting discussion. The next session will be held in early June. For further information go to their website!
  • Dragon Boat Open House!

    End of Main street - Sicamous
    There will be an open house on Saturday June 2 from 10am to 2pm in Sicamous at the end of Main street on the Channel for anyone interested in trying out Dragon Boating with the Eagle Valley Dragon Boaters Society. For more information please contact Reg Janzen at 1-250-517-0318.
  • Gleneden Hall Dance

    4901 50th Ave NW - Salmon Arm
    The Gleneden Hall is having their last dance of the season on Saturday June 2nd. The music this month will be by Sleepless Nights from 7pm to 11pm. The tickets are $10 per person which includes coffee and a light snack, 50/50 and door prizes. This dance is sponsored by the Gleneden Community Association, with all proceeds going towards activities at the hall. For more information please phone Sharon at 250-832.9806.
    $10.00
  • Graham Flatt Acrylic Workshop

    Red Barn Arts Centre - 1226 Riverside Avenue, Sicamous, BC - Sicamous
    From June 3-7, join painter Graham Flatt for his acrylic workshop! This five day event is suitable for all levels of painters. The focus will consist of traditional landscapes - Trees, water, skies, rocks, and grass. Workshop goes from 9am-4pm each day (please bring your own bagged lunch)!
    $200
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