MPs Justin Trudeau and Marc Garneau visit the Okanagan this weekend

Two of Canada’s brightest political stars will touch down in the Okanagan this weekend.  MP Justin Trudeau will land on Saturday for a one-day visit and  MP Marc Garneau will arrive on Sunday, leaving Monday afternoon.

City and Colour with special guest The Low Anthem

January 21 – 7:30 Pm at Kelowna Community Theatre on Water street

City and Colour – performing at 2012 JUNO AWARDS

Joining City and Colour on the Canadian run is THE LOW ANTHEM, an
indie-folk quartet hailing from Providence, Rhode Island lauded for their
dynamic live shows and incredible multi-instrumentalism.

My Favorite Fairy Tale

6:30 January 21 and 22

125-1295 Cannery Lane

The Queen of Hearts has lost her tarts and needs to go back to her favorite fairy tales to solve the mystery of their disappearance. With the help of the audience and her “not so capable” assistant Kerry O’Heane, can the Queen of Hearts solve this delicious mystery? This sweet interactive performance, perfect for young children and families, has been a hit at children’s festivals, regional and community theatres and schools throughout Alberta and BC for over eight years.

A Funny thing happened to me on the way to the forum

Show times Evenings and Matinees

1379 Ellis Street, Kelowna BC V1Y 1Z9

Join the ultimate toga party.  It’s a crazy knockabout comedy and one of the funniest musicals ever written!  This is pure unabashed debauchery filled with tunes that will keep you singing for days.

Sherman Doucette Live

Vintner’s Poolside Grill is pleased to present Sherman “Tank” Doucette, a local Blues legend, soulful singer and one of Canada’s top harmonica players.

January 20 at 7:30pm  Capri Hotel on Harvey

Nature Collage Family Sundays

Kelowna Art Gallery start 1pm

Participants will using coloured paper and tissue paper, participants will  create beautiful collaged landscape with textures.

Kelowna YMCA: Family Drop-in Badminton

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

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.

West Kelowna Museum: Science Made Fun – Saturday, 10:00 am.

 These workshops are for children ages 6-12. Pre-registration
is required as space is limited. Workshop cost is $10+HST per session. Pre-register for 8 or more sessions to receive a 20% discount. Visit

Parkinson Recreation Centre:  Toonie Swim Friday,  7pm

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