This is the weekend to get outdoors in the Okanagan!! The Regional District of the Okanagan is putting on two outdoor activities. As usual the Okanagan is offering lots of Family activites as well as an abundance of live music and Theatre. If you have’t checked out the Creekside Theatre the facility is putting on two live music events as well as a movie matinee for the whole family. Enjoy the weekend everyone!
An out-of-this-world exhibition at the Okanagan Science Centre until May 2012! Discover how astronauts work, entertain themselves and tackle basic tasks like eating, sleeping and personal hygiene.
Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this interactive, bilingual exhibition developed by the Canadian Space Agency.
This Sunday participants will create beautiful collaged landscape with textures
Open gym experience from ages 1-13 with parent participation
The Parkinson Recreation Centre is open one Saturday evening each month for Families to Play for FREE!
Museum will be hosting a scavenger hunt for kids of all ages.
Based on five bittersweet short stories, Chekhov’s On the Train provides the framework for this 90-minute one-act work. The passengers are a wonderful array of characters and slowly, their stories are revealed, hidden within each other like matrioshkas.
Wildly energetic and spectacular performances and has toured with some of the biggest names in the music industry today.
Night of Celebration and a night of performance with the announcement of the winners of 2012 Okanagan Arts Awards. Come early to mingle and enjoy appetizers and Summerhill Sparkling Wine
Energetic band plays an array of Celtic Dance, Reggae and Electronica with global rhythms.
40 performances and 14 sold out shows will play melodies from Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Patsy Cline
Nunsense at the Actors Studio on Ellis Matinees and Evenings
A comedy production with lots of Musical elements
Global Music Festival at Laurel Packinghouse on Ellis February 24th and 25th at 7:00pm
Two nights of an array of different music the dance floor will be prepped for this energetic night of Canadian world music
Regional District is inviting you to explore local history and show you the natural beauty in The Trepanier Greenway.
Dress up the family, pull on the mittens and join the Regional District for winter activities or take part in a Wacky Winter Olympics.
A Latin Trio will be performing the Cuban Classics.
Classic 60’s, 70’s and 80’s music.
Evening of song, dance and stories performed by the children of Watoto Village.
Heartwarming performance directed by Bev Steeves