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Okanagan TOP 10 – September

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TOP 10 – Okanagan September

  1. Salmon Arm Fair (September 8th – 10th)

Everyone will find something to excite, entertain and educate at the Salmon Arm Fair. With everything from live stage entertainment to lawn tractor races, it’s the perfect place to join the Shuswap region and celebrate community.

  1. Kelowna Wine Country Half Marathon (September 3rd)

The Kelowna Wine Country Half Marathon is the first event in the popular series produced by Destination Races held outside of the United States. Activities are planned all weekend so bring your friends or family and plan to stay and play in this spectacular playground in the heart of British Columbia.

  1. Kettle Valley Steam Railway presents the Great Train Robbery and BBQ (September 3, 17th an 24th)

Experience the “Old West” with the notorious Garnett Valley Gang! You’ll enjoy their antics on and off the train as they rob passengers for local charities. The outing includes a delicious barbecue dinner and musical entertainment.  Who doesn’t like a good Western!?

  1. Lake City Casino Kelowna

Lake City Casino is the Okanagan’s Leader in Gaming Entertainment. This entertainment hub offers hundreds of slot machines, your favourite table games, no limit Texas Hold ‘Em action, excellent dining, and live weekend entertainment. There’s something for everyone!

  1. Ryga Festival (August 30th – September 3rd)

The Ryga Festival is 5 days of concerts, theatrical performances, workshops, readings, and special events running from August 30 through September 3. This year there will be exciting new events that will showcase performers, writers, and artists from the Okanagan and visiting professionals to create a professionally-led, community engaged festival!

  1. Kelowna Art Gallery presents ‘A Legacy of Canadian Art’ (July 2st  – October 15th)

    This exhibit has a unique local connection – the 80-works comprising the show were all borrowed from the homes and private collections of residents in the Kelowna area. Visitors can expect to see historical works by artists such as Cornelius Krieghoff, A.Y. Jackson, Emily Carr, Lawren Harris, A.J. Casson, Jack Bush, Bill Reid, Gershon Iskowitz, Alex Janvier, Jack Shadbolt, Daphne Odjig, and many others.

  1. The South Okanagan Events Centre presents the ‘I love the 90’s Tour’ (September 16th)

September 16, 2017 at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, promises fans an unbelievable live experience, with a lineup of the 90’s’ most iconic acts, including Vanilla Ice, Salt N Pepa, Rob Base, Young MC and C+C Music Factory, brought to you by Invictus Entertainment Group and Spectra Venue Management. Come party like it’s 1999!

  1. The Allan Brooks Nature Centre Presents ‘Wine and Wild Things’ (September 23rd)

Mark your calendars and save the date! Wine and Wild Things Gala will be held at Sparkling Hill Resort September 23rd! Don’t miss this amazing evening of hors d’oeuvres, live animals and much more at the 16th Annual Gala – proceeds from the event will go towards keeping Nature in our Future.

  1. Serenity Harvest Music Festival (September 8th – 10th)

Join the Serenity Performing Arts Centre for the our incredible “Boutique Festival” where Music & Magical moments collide! Family, friends, amazing music and a whole lot of FUN! Located on 45 acres of immense beauty along the North Thompson River, Serenity is a unique music venue that has become a sought-out destination for artists and audiences alike.


  1. The Western Canada Theatre presents ‘The Best Brothers’ (September 14th – 23rd)

When a free-spirited woman dies unexpectedly, her two middle-aged sons bicker over her funeral arrangements, her personal effects—and her feisty Italian Greyhound. Unearthing decades worth of buried rivalry, they ponder meaningful questions like “Who did she like best?” and “Who gets the dog?” An eccentric modern comedy by one of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights – about life, death, aging parents and dealing with brothers who simply refuse to grow up… or don’t know how to stay young.