• 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).
  • Penticton Speedway

    Penticton Speedway - Penticton
    Penticton, start your engines. April 22, is opening day at Penticton Speedway and preparations are well underway at the track. Get ready for another spectacular season of racing. Hornets, Streetstocks, Hit2Pass, full concession and more.
  • 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

    #104 - 35 Backstreet Blvd. - Penticton
    The Alzheimer Society of BC holds a support group for caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer Disease or other dementias, on both the first Monday and first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm. For more information, please contact Mary Beth Rutherford @ 250-493-8182.
  • BCSPCA Flea Market

    1550 Main Street - Penticton
    The BCSPCA Flea Market happens every Sunday to benefit local animals. Come out and shop for yourself, your home or your pet. There's a wide selection of treasures to be found for you and all your loved ones. Find a bargain while helping the animals who need us the most.
  • Rock the Sun Concert Series

    Gyro Park - Penticton
    Presented by the Downtown Penticton Association, Rock the Sun will take place on select Friday nights throughout July and August, each with a different artist who will bring their own unique style of music and entertainment. Music genres will span folk, country, rock, pop and more, and all will be family-friendly. There’s no cost to attend the concerts. Folks are invited to simply head downtown with their lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the fabulous performances and music. Also for convenience, food trucks will be on site making it easy to buy something to eat or drink throughout the evening.
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