Out and about in the Okanagan! Lots of Family events offered this weekend from Creative activities to Snowshoe scavenger hunts to music and theatre. If you are looking for something to do to fill your weekend the Okanagan has lots to offer. If there is community event that your centre is planning feel free to email me at email@example.com so our office can place on weekly schedule 🙂 Have a great weekend everyone!
Jars of Clay will be in Canada for one weekend. Returning to Kelowna for the first time in five years, this multi-platinum, Grammy award winning Gospel Rock group promises a night of great music you won’t soon forget.
The Okanagan Heritage Museum will be hosting a presentation of the creepy crawly variety as part of the Aliens Among US invasive species exhibit which is on now. Kids will enjoy a fun presentation featuring a fascinating display of mounted insects as well as hands on learning, and it’s sure to be a great learning experience for bug lovers of all ages! They can even hold some of the harmless specimens such as the Madagascar Hissing Cockroach!
Friday January 27 at 7:30 250-766-9309 for tickets
Performance is rich with music, dance and of course magic of Cuba.
Saturday 1:30 and 7pm
The Mississippi Sheiks Tribute Project at Rotary Centre of Arts Jan 27 7:30 pm
Joining the band onstage is triple Juno awarded Jim Byrnes and Del Rey.
Landscape Silhouettes at the Art Gallery Cost is $4.00 1-4pm on Sunday January 29
Participants will create a silhouette painting using watercolour, and cut out construction paper!
Gym activities, quiet play tot room, Bouncing inflatables, Swimming from 6-8pm and gaming stations set up.
Highly interactive exhibit that explores the technical, psychological, and physical challenges of life in space.
Event Location: Bumbershoot Children’s Theatre 125-1295 Cannery Lane Kelowna, BC Start Time 6:30 pm and matinees at 2:00pm
Vinters Poolside Grill January 27 at 7:30 pm 1171 Harvey Ave at the Capri
Vintner’s Poolside Grill is pleased to present Rann Berry & The Random Act playing some classic rock tunes.
Free snowshoe races for kids 9 & under, a family scavenger hunt, bonfire and cookout Registration is required
(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.
Parkinson Recreation Centre: Toonie Swim Friday, 7pm
Capital News Centre: Public Skating – Friday, 6:30-7:45pm and Saturday, 6:00-8:15pm