Another weekend is upon us and once again the Okanagan is the place to be! Offering family events, a festival in Vernon for kids, winter recreation and lots of live music and theatre.  This week I found a website that will lead you to live music throughout the valley.  Hope you like it!

Once again feel free to email me at to add events. I will be taking a couple of the events in this weekend and I hope you do to! Rest, Relax and Play everyone!

Live Music in Kelowna

This above website lists Venues all over Kelowna that features live music.  Check it out!

Trickster in the Machine Blackbox Theatre, 1375 Water Street Friday 9:30

Trickster in the Machine is an art inspired party with Djs, video mash up and live performance. Join us in a celebration of technology and prophesy designed to challenge your expectations of progressive hip hop and electronic experience. 

Many Hats Theatre present Lost in Yonkers in Penticton Cannery Stage 1475 Fairview Road

Showtimes February 3 & 4th at 8:00pm

First show of the season! Neil Simon bittersweet comedy “Lost in Yonkers” A couple is forced to live with th eir tyrannical grandmother by financial circumstances.

Pirouette Delta Grand Okanagan Resort  Saturday February 4th at 6:00pm

A playful evening of food, wine and dance in support of Ballet Kelowna one Canada’s top then ballet companies in the country

Tracing the Columbia the Laurel Packinghouse 1304 Ellis Street Saturday February 4th 10:00 am

Special viewing documentary of the documentary of 1800 km paddle along the Pacific Northwest river systems. Admission is by donation.

Vinters Poolside Grill Saturday February 4th 7:30 pm

Damian Brennan will play traditional instumentaiton of fiddle, Bodhran, vocals and whistle specializing in haunting melodies and toe tapping fiddle tunes.

Snow shoe adventure at Silver Star Vernon Saturday and Sunday February 4 at 1:00 pm and 5th at 1:00pm

Backcountry guided adventure to discover the natural wonders of winter. Snowshoes provided or bring your own for discount.

Okanagan Boys and Girls Club Vernon Kids Karnival Sunday February 5th 12:00pm 3300-37th Avenue

Fun festival for children and families. Feature crafts, face painting by Kiki the Eco Elf, Games and more.

 Kelowna Community Centre Herb Dixon February 4th at 8pm

30 years in stand up comedy this Local BC comic has engaged numerous audiences with his rubber face and his ability to re create sounds and his humourous storytelling.

Family Sundays at the Kelowna Art Gallery February 5th 1-4pm Imaginary Landscapes

Using unexpected colours, and imagining different places creating landscapes with a story to tell.

Minstrel Café 4638 Lakeshore Road Friday February 3rd at 8pm

Live Music with Calum Hughes Collective.

Minstrel Café 4638 Lakeshore Road Saturday February 4th at 8 pm

Local Bluesman Sherman Doucette with Cole Leaver

Long Road Home Creekside Theatre Lake Country 10241 Bottomwood lake Road

Friday 3rd Families and individuals of all ages. Action packed adventure that brings a story to life.

Admission is free but donations appreciated.

Okanagan Family Drop in at Okanagan Gymnastics Centre 365 Hartman Road 6-8pm Cost $15.00 for whole family

February 4th Open gym experience to practice skill or just have fun trying the equipment.

Science Centre Vernon Saturday Serious Fun at 1pm! 2704 Polson Park

On Sunday February explore something different for the young and old at heart. Learn something new and create projects to take home. Experience science in a new and captivating way

Kelowna YMCA: Family Drop-in Badminton

(Children under 10 yrs must be accompanied by a parent or guardian) Sunday 9:30-11:30am. Climbing wall, family fun centre and swimming. For full schedule, please follow the link below:

Big White Weekend Events

Big White is hosting a Super Bowl Party and much more

Midnight Snow Shoe at the Nordic Trails Saturday February 4th

Access the above link to register.

Parkinson Recreation Centre: Indoor Farmers Market -Saturday, 9am-1pm.

Fresh produce, eggs and fresh fruit, dried fruit, local cereals, gluten-free baking, and other specialty items.

Parkinson Recreation Centre:  Toonie Swim Friday,  7pm

Capital News Centre: Public Skating – Friday, 6:30-7:45pm and Saturday, 6:00-8:15pm