• 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).
  • Alzheimer Society BC - Monthly Support Groups

    12803 Atkinson Rd. - Summerland
    The Alzheimer Society of BC holds a support group for caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer Disease or other dementias, on the Third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. For more information, please contact Mary Beth Rutherford @ 250-493-8182.
  • BCSPCA - Lock-In For Love

    Animal-lovers from around the province, including Jo from Sun Afternoons, are getting "locked in" to kennels with a furry friend to help raise funds for animals in need. Help free them by donating to one of our two-legged participants and make a difference in the lives of thousands of animals across BC. Click on the following link to donate.
  • Penticton Elvis Festival

    The Penticton Elvis Society is celebrating 17 years of running the Penticton Elvis Festival. The Festival brings Elvis fans from far and wide to the perfect holiday haven. They come to celebrate "The King of Rock & Roll". Dozens of tribute artists grace the outdoor stages which are set around the picturesque Okanagan Lake. Get your tickets while they last.
  • Agur Lake Charity Train

    This special event train is by donation in support of the Agur Lake Camp (minimum $10/person). Tickets can be picked up at the Agur Lake office or at the Kettle Valley station (prior to the June 23rd departure).
  • Rotary Club of Penticton - Ribfest 2018

    Okanagan Lake Park - Penticton
    Rotary Ribfest will bring Okanagan Lake Park alive with a full weekend of fantastic family fun. There will be a rib cook-off between four champion barbecue teams from across Canada, music throughout the entire event, entertainment and activities for children and youth, as well as a beverage garden and loads of vendors.
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  • Summerland Garden Tour

    Twenty–two years ago, the Summerland Quest Society for Hearing and Speech Enhancement created a public garden tour of several beautiful gardens in Summerland. The tour was such a success that the Quest Society decided to host a garden tour every two years. This year the Summerland Quest Society are in partnership with Summerland Friends of the Gardens. Tickets are $20.00 and on sale at Garden Works (Penticton), The Beanery (Summerland) and Summerland Chamber Of Commerce ( Tourist Information ) on Hwy #97. For more information, please call 250-494-6434.
  • Wednesdays in the Park

    Memorial Park - Summerland
    Bring your chairs, a blanket, a picnic, and enjoy free music starting at 6:30 in Memorial Park every Wednesday in the summertime.
  • Tinhorn Creek Concert Series - Band of Rascals

    537 Tinhorn Creek Rd. - Oliver
    The Victoria, BC based four-piece has quickly established itself as a major force in the Western Canadian music scene; the result of an overwhelmingly successful year of sold out shows, multiple festival slots and the release of their critically acclaimed self-titled debut EP. Blending elements of hard-hitting modern rock with the vintage aesthetic of southern blues à la Kings of Leon and the Black Keys, Band of Rascals has created an evocative sound, captivating audiences of all ages. Tickets on sale now!
  • Tinhorn Creek Concert Series - Daniel Wesley

    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!
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