• Salmon Arm Ice Breakers Speed Skating Club - Ice Jam

    Shaw Centre - Salmon Arm
    The Salmon Arm Ice Breakers Speed Skating Club is hosting the 4th Annual Ice Jam, an interclub short track speed skating event on Saturday November 19 from 10am -2 pm at the Shaw Centre. Everyone is welcome to come and watch the fastest sport on ice.
  • Shuswap Garden Club Regular Meeting

    Scout Hall - Salmon arm
    Regular meetings of the Shuswap Garden Club are held in the Scout Hall on Auto Road the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. Guests are welcome to attend the meeting where knowledgable speakers present topics of interest to our club members. Our October speaker is Mary Ann van Oevren from Tasty Acres, who will talking about flower arrangements
  • Breakfast Club of Canada

    Did you know that 1 child in 5 is at risk of starting the school day on an empty stomach. Bell Media Radio supports the Breakfast Club of Canada and its exceptional efforts in ensuring all Canadian children begin their day with a nutritious breakfast. If you would like to help, you can go to their website and donate at breakfast club of Canada .org
  • Louisiana Hayride

    SASCU Rec Centre - Salmon Arm
    The Louisiana Hayride Fall Tour Spectacular is coming to Salmon Arm on Nov 5th at 7:30 pm at SASCU Rec Centre. There’s great new songs and past favourites with special tributes to Hank Snow, Anne Murray, Ian & Sylvia and Shania Twain. Tickets are $39 and can be purchased at Touch ‘A Texas, and Wearabouts.
  • Warren Miller Movie "Here, There and Everywhere"

    Salmar Classic - Salmon Arm
    Friday, November 11th come out to see Skookum’s annual Warren Miller movie “Here, There and Everywhere” at the Salmar Classic at 7:00 pm. It’s been 67 years since ski-film pioneer Warren Miller picked up a camera to capture the wonder, the adventure, the humor and the beauty that is skiing. Tickets available at Skookum Cycle & Ski
  • Turkey Dinner

    The First United Church, Men’s Club, will be holding a turkey supper on Friday, October 28th. There will be two sittings, one at 5:00 and the other at 6:00 pm. Cost is $15 and tickets are available from Men’s Club members or the church office at 450 Okanagan Avenue.
  • Shuswap Photo Arts Club presents Chris Harris

    5th Avenue Seniors Centre - Salmon Arm
    The Shuswap Photo Arts Club of Salmon Arm will be hosting Chris Harris in a photographic journey through the Chilcotin area of British Columbia at the Fifth Avenue Senior Centre in Salmon Arm on Sunday November 6, 2016 at 2 PM. Admission is by donation.
  • Jazz - Salmon Arm

    450 Okanagan Ave, SE - Salmon Arm
    Jazz Salmon Arm has found a new home at The NEXUS at First, located at 450 Okanagan Ave, SE. The next concert will be held on October 27th at 7 pm. Drop by and welcome the Johnny Summers Trio. Johnny is a full package Canadian based musician with a great sound. You won’t want to miss this one at the Nexus at First.
  • Pancake Breakfast

    Seniors 5th Avenue Activity Centre - Salmon Arm
    The 5th Avenue Seniors Activity Centre, 170 - 5th Ave SE, Salmon Arm, invites you to their monthly pancake breakfast November 13th from 8:00 to 11:30. You will enjoy a full breakfast of pancakes, strawberries with whipped cream, eggs, sausage and ham. Juice, Coffee and Tea will also be included. Bring your family, the cost is very reasonable at $6.00 a plate.
  • Jammers Dance

    Senior's 5th Avenue Activity Centre - Salmon Arm
    Put your dancing shoes on and enjoy yourself at the Seniors 5th Avenue Activity Centre's Jammers dance on November 13th starting at 7:00 pm. It’s always nice to meet new people. Bring your instrument and join the band. You'll have a light snack and be sure to have a good time.
  • Reclaiming Circles of Wellness - Splatsin

    Splatsin Health Services, will be putting on a “Reclaiming Circles of Wellness” conference for Indigenous people and their families on Oct 21 & 22. The purpose of this conference is to bring people together to discuss how communities can draw on their strengths in order to address the issue of domestic violence. If you would like to attend this conference, please call 838-9538
  • We Scare Hunger

    Salmon Arm GM - Salmon Arm
    Jacobson Ford is hosting a fundraiser in support of We Scare Hunger, an initiative which collects food for local food banks to ensure everyone in the community can stand up to hunger. Anyone who donates a minimum of 5 non-perishable food items during the Month of October will participate in a bean bag toss to try and land one of the prize squares. Stop by Jacobson Ford with your donations and try your luck.
  • Wine Festival

    The Mall at Piccadilly - Salmon arm
    The Salmon Arm Rotary Club will be hosting the 14th Annual Wine Festival on Saturday October 22nd from 7pm to 10pm at The Mall at Piccadilly. Come and treat yourself to an evening of sampling an extensive variety of wines, beer and gourmet foods together with your friends.Tickets are available for $60 each at the Hideaway Liquor Store, Piccadilly & Downtown Liquor stores or online at ShuwsapWineFestival.com.
  • Flu Shot Clinics

    Varies - Shuswap area
    FREE FLU CLINICS - SALMON ARM The Gathering Place Friday Nov 4, 9 – 4 pm Thursday Nov 10, 9 – 4 pm Salmon Arm Health Clinic – 2 – 7 pm, By appointment only Monday, Nov 7 Monday, Nov 21 Monday, Dec 5 Monday, Dec 19 Salmon Arm Health Clinic – Adult Flu Clinic – By appointment only Monday, Nov 14 11 – 6 pm Friday, Nov 25, 9 – 4 pm FREE FLU CLINICS – SORRENTO Sorrento Memorial Hall 10 – 2 pm Thursday, Nov 17 FREE FLU CLINICS –BLIND BAY Cedar Heights Hall 10 – 2 pm Friday, Nov 18 FREE FLU CLINICS – MALAKWA Community Learning Centre – 2 – 4 pm Wednesday, Nov 2 FREE FLU CLINICS – SICAMOUS Seniors Activity Centre – 9 – 11:30 AM Wednesday, Nov 2 Sicamous Health Centre 9 – 11:30 AM Wednesday, Nov 9 Sicamous Health Centre – family Wednesday, Nov 9 – 1 – 5 pm Wednesday, Dec 7 2 – 4 pm Sicamous Health Center – Adult 9:30 – 11:30 – By appointment only Wednesday, Nov 16 Wednesday, Nov 23
  • Help Knock Out Hunger

    Help Knock out Hunger on October 31st. Lakeside Community Church and other volunteer groups, will team up with the Salvation Army Food Bank to go door-to-door collecting non-perishable food. They are looking for volunteers to go out in teams of 4 and help with this food drive. To register send an email to oberst_04@yahoo.ca For more information click the link below:
  • Shuswap Women in Business

    Prestige Harbourfront Resort - Salmon Arm
    Shuswap Women in Business is hosting "Leading the Way" conference and trade show on Saturday, October 22 at the Prestige Harbourfront Resort. Everyone is welcome. For more information or to register visit www.ShuswapWomenBusiness.com
  • Early Years Fair

    Parkview Elementary School - Sicamous and Malakwa
    Don’t miss the Sicamous & Malakwa Early Years Fair. This free event will be held Friday October 14, 2016 from 9:30 am - 11:30 am at Parkview Elementary School. Come and enjoy the displays, fish pond, crafts, circle time and snacks. For more information, call Gwyneth at 836-3440.
  • Spooktacular

    751 Highway 97B SE - Salmon Arm
    Experience things going bump in the night! It’s that time of the year to pull on your scariest costume and explore the spooky side of RJ Haney Heritage Village. There’s the terrifying spook trail and haunted house. For little spooks, enjoy the Story Book Trail, the Coloring Room and more. Gates open at 5 pm, Oct 22 and 23rd with Admission at the gate.
  • Family Fun Nite & Fireworks in White Lake

    White Lake Hall - White Lake
    Family Fun Nite & Fireworks Display on Monday, October 31st. Enjoy the haunted house, kids activities and warm up at the bonfire. Bring along your Halloween treats to be shared with all the kids If hunger hits, you can have a hotdog & hot chocolate by donation. Bring along your Halloween treats to be shared with all the kids. Door open @ 6:00 Fireworks provided by the White Lake Fire Department start at 7:30.
  • Coats for kids

    Coats for Kids and Folks

    Centenoka Mall - Salmon Arm
    Coats for kids and Folks will be held at Centenoka Mall after Thanksgiving. In preparation for this year we desperately need donated coats of all sizes and for all ages. Drop off locations for donated garments are Shuswap Farm and Craft Market, on Tuesdays and Fridays 9 – 12:30pm and Mayfair Farms at 2200 – 20th Ave, SE.