May 18 - My Kind of Karma and Real Mad Decent
May 19- Will Schlackl and WD40
Sponsored by Salty's Beach House, Lakeside Villa Motel, Redine Towingm and Sun City Tattoos and Body Piercing
Mutt Strutters meet in Summerland and submit their pledges for themselves and their dog. Sometimes, they can even borrow a dog to walk with. The Mutt Strut is a very popular part of the Action Festival Parade and pledgers reaching more than $25 will receive a Critteraid T-shirt and a bandana for their dog. The dogs love dressing up and hearing the cheers as they walk along the parade route!
Fantastic prizes for:
- most pledges
- best costume
- the largest
- the smallest
Call (250) 492-9752 to register!
ONE of a kind sale...
Handcrafted jewelry and exquisiste shawls of silk, wool, and cotton. Ornamental and funky bags and MUCH more!
*Come early for best selection!
Enjoy a coffee/tea or yummy lunch with friends on the Frog City Cafe patio.
Cash or cheque only.
A chance to ask people in-the-know about farm worker topics.
Reps from Employment Standards, Interior Health, WorkSafe BC (Agriculture Safety Officer), Regional District Okanagan Similkameen Area B - Cawston, BCFGA (BC Fruit Growers Assoc.), South Okanagan Immigrant & Community Services, Osoyoos Town Council and FACTOS (Farm and Community Team Okanagan Similkameen).
Meet Derek, Executive Chef from Covert Farms. He will be pouring wines from Covert Farms Wines and shucking fresh oysters to pair with your wine!
Don't Miss This One!
If you love a good Highland Games, then Penticton is the place to be in 2014.
Announcing the 1st annual Penticton Scottish Festival, which will take place on Saturday July 5, 2014 at King's Park in Penticton.
Hosted by the Downtown Penticton assoc and made possible by Locke Property Management. Organic and heritage varieties of seed for sale and swap, bedding plants, houseplants, mason bees, honey, organic produce & juice and information.
This year we will have a workshop:
Nobody Here but Us Chickens, the Perils and Promises of Backyard Chickens from 1 - 3pm.
March 30th from 12pm to 5pm, you are invited to a Family Day in the heart of Kelowna’sCultural District, corner of Cawston Avenue and Water Street. On the menu: Performances, entertainment, Maple pull taffy on snow, Maple products, traditional pea soup, poutine, artisans and artists!