2@ Events
  • Loonie June Fundraiser

    Help support the Second Harvest Food Bank by participating in the Loonie June Fundraiser. The goal is to get every family in Salmon Arm to donate just ONE loonie! Look for donation jars at Askews Foods, Blue Canoe Bakery, the Canoe Store and Shup Health Foods. Also look for the hand painted mailbox at Save On Foods.
  • Pieces of History Re-Stitched - Women & War Story Quilts

    751 Highway 97B - Salmon Arm
    R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum located at 751 Highway 97B in Salmon Arm, in partnership with the 'Di-Versity Heritage Quilt Group' presents "Pieces of History Re-Stitched – Women & War Story Quilts”, a one day outdoor quilt show on Saturday June 24, 2017 from 10am-7:00pm. Gate admission is $6.00.
  • Barbeque Fundraiser at Askews Uptown

    Askews Uptown - Salmon arm
    Come join the Special Olympic Athletes and Volunteers as they raise funds for local programs and participation in regional competitions. On Saturday, June 24th, they will be set up at Askew’s Uptown to serve you lunch. Enjoy a smokie or hotdog with refreshment from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. and help these wonderful athletes out.
  • Jazz at Lakeside

    Lakeside Manor - Salmon Arm
    Jazz and Tapas at Lakeside with the The Sandy Cameron Trio on Tuesday, June 27th at Lakeside Manor. Starts at 6:30 pm. Open to the public. There will be tapas and a beverage menu available by local chef Rob Sengotta. If you like jazz, this is the place to be.
  • Canada Day in Sicamous

    Finlayson Park - Sicamous
    The 2017 Car Show starts July 1st at 10 am .... gates open at 7:30 am for participants. There will be on going prizes announced during the event for registered participants, music by Rock n' Randy, Beverage Garden opens at 11 am. Raffle tickets for patio set and surprise gift baskets, main food concession in the Lobby of the Arena, plus so much more. That’s the car show at Finlayson Park, July 1st. See you there. July 1st in Sicamous starts at 7 am with a Pancake Breakfast upstairs in the Main Hall of the Arena. At 10 am to 2 PM the Artisan Fair and Farmers Market will be inside the Arena. This year they have expanded to include Crafters Home- based Business.
  • Children's Festival

    On July 1st, you can help the local Girl Guides and Pathfinders by enjoying a pancake breakfast for only $2 at the 5th Avenue Seniors Centre from 8 am – 10 am. Then you can head to the Children’s Festival at Salmon Arm Fairgrounds. From 10 – 3 pm all kids can do arts and craft activities, watch the dance exhibition, play 50 cent games, join in the new scavenger hunt and so much more. It will be a full day of excitement.
  • Progressive 50/50. Win up to $10,000

    The Enderby Fastball League is doing a progressive 50/50. For $5.00 you will have a 1 in 4000 chance to win up to $10,000. Tickets are available at Sutherlands Store in Enderby, through any Enderby Storm fastball player or you can call 250-803-6750. Draw date is July 1st at Enderby Funtastic.
    $5.00 per ticket
  • 25th Annual ROOTS & BLUES Festival

    490 5th Avenue SW - Salmon Arm, British Columbia
    The 25th Annual ROOTS & BLUES Festival has established itself as the summer destination for fans and lovers of music ranging from Blues to Bluegrass, Celtic to Cuban and Americana to Afro-beat. The three day festival ties incredible music into a shimmering tapestry that includes culinary delights from an international food village, a fun zone for kids, an artisan market and a tranquil camping site within earshot of the festival.