Sun Event Calendar

Date Event Description Time / Location
1/203/24

Kalamalka Fly Fishers Introduction Fly Tying

Kalamalka Fly Fishers present An Introduction Fly Tying.  This course is ideal for a beginner, as an upgrade for a self- taught person, or a refresher for a person who has been away from tying for a few years.  The course is 10 sessions and covers tools, materials, fly construction of 18 patterns, fly fishing methods and entomology.  Course is on Tuesday evenings, 7:30pm – 9:30 at Kalamalka Fly Fishers Clubroom, 2906 – 41 Avenue and runs 20 January to 24 March 2015.  Registration is at the Vernon Recreation Centre and cost is $96.00 which includes a step by step manual.  For more information contact Ken at 250-545-4012.

INFO 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Kalamalka Fly Fishers Clubroom
2/23/13

Woman of the Year Nominations

Make your nomination today for the 2015 Vernon Women in Business Woman of the Year! 

  • Nominations will be accepted from Feb 1st – March 13th.
  • Selection Criteria: Do you know someone who:
  • Demonstrates vision, initiative, creativity within her business/professional or volunteer field
  • Enriches the quality of life for others
  • Shows a strong commitment to the community, her workplace or family
  • Has made Greater Vernon a better place to live, work or conduct business in
  • Nomination forms can be found at www.vwib.com
  • Gala event is May 7th
 
Proudly sponsored by Sun FM! 
INFO n/a, Vernon BC
2/44/8

Lake Country Open Mic Has Talent

2015 is the fourth year that the Lake Country Open Mic Has Talent is organizing events to spotlight original singers and songwriters from the Okanagan.  Dates for the 2015 contest are set for 6-8pm on February 4, March 4, and April 8 at the Lake Country Coffee House. 

“Have you got singing and songwriting talents?” asks Jennifer Boal, founder of Lake Country Open Mic Has Talent.  “The annual contest was designed to spotlight original singers/songwriters and give them the opportunity to win some studio recording time and performance opportunities.  The multi-evening contest allows performers, over the age of 12, to showcase their music for a panel of judges, and experience the positive feedback from a small live audience. I’ve been amazed by some of the talented musicians from Lake Country that have participated in the annual contest!  Brief video clips of 2013 and 2014 performers are available at www.lakecountryopenmic.ca to give you a flavor of the talent we have locally.” 

The Lake Country Coffee House is a cozy venue where local entertainment is really celebrated and supported by residents and visitors alike.  The top five performers in 2014 included Aaron Gordon, Brandy Moore, Ben Klick, Madeleine and Abby Ertel, as well as Michael Painchaud.  The judges had a tough time choosing the prize winners.  Performer prizes include pro audio recording/production time with Dan Marcelino of DMA Studios as well as opportunities to perform through the Lake Country Open Air Performance Society, Parks Alive, ArtWalk, Penticton Festivals, and the IPE. 

Registration forms for the 2015 contest are available at the Lake Country Coffee House at 10345 Bottom Wood Lake Road in Lake Country, or can be downloaded from the website at www.lakecountryopenmic.ca

INFO 6-8pm - Feb 4, Mar 4 & April 8, Lake Country Coffee House
2/134/1

Vernon and District Baseball Registration

Sun FM is proud to support Vernon and District Baseball! Registration is on now! Register today for the 2015 Baseball Season! Take advantage of early bird rates by registering before March 1st. Registration closes April 1st.

Visit Vernon and Distirct Baseball online for more info and to register today! 

INFO n/a, Vernon BC
2/143/11

Lego Robotics Club at the OSC

Lego Robotics Club at the OSC

 

Interested in Lego?  Robotics?  Join Hudson Schier, of the award winning Robo Bros., and Kevin Aschenmeier of the OSC, after school on Wednesdays for our Lego Robotics Club.  For Grade 5 and older. Call (250) 545-3644 to register for this 6 week session.

 

Dates:  February 4, 11, 18, 25; March 4 and 11.

Time:  3:15 - 4:45

Cost (6 week session):  $50 for members; $60 for non-members

INFO 3:15 - 4:45, Okanagan Science Centre
3/24/26

Santa's Anonymous Birthdays

Many North Okanagan children don’t experience those magical birthday moments that every child should get to.....

With your help, Santas Anonymous Birthdays is changing that.  Help children up to 12 years ENJOY their special day through Santas Anonymous Birthdays – Putting Big Smiles on Little Faces ALL YEAR!  Proudly supported by Sun FM.

Call Santa's Anonymous today and see how you can get involved! 

(250) 542-4448

INFO n/a, Vernon BC
3/43/7

Sr Girls Basketball Provincials

Charles Bloom is hosting the Senior Girls Basketball Provincials March 4-7, 2015! Come and out and support the team and cheer on all the players! See the stars of tomorrow today! Check out Charles Bloom online for more info! 

INFO Various, Charles Bloom Secondary School Lumby
3/63/8

2015 BC Provincial Ringette Championships

Join Sun FM for the 2015 BC Provincial Ringette Championships! Being hosted by the Greater Vernon Ringette Association and will be held in Vernon and Lumby from March 6th to 8th, 2015!

The 2015 BC Provincial Ringette Championships will bring 38 teams into the Greater Vernon Area competing in eight different divisions;  of those 38 teams, 4 are from the Greater Vernon Ringette Association including the defending champion U16A Vernon Adrenaline Rush, 12 are from the rest of the Okanagan (from the Shuswap, Kelowna, and Westside Ringette Associations), 6 are from the Northern Ringette League and 16 are from the Lower Mainland Ringette League. 

Visit the Vernon Ringette Association Online for game times and locations 

INFO various, Kal Tire Place & Civic Arena
3/6

Carin' for Taran

We are celebrating the road of recovery for a local Vernon teen, Taran Lafond, who has suffered from a severe head trauma injury in September of 2014 from a high school football game. In support of his recovery, the Vernon Chiropractic and Massage clinic has prepared a fundraiser to take place at the Fulton Secondary School gymnasium Friday, March 6th 5pm-8pm.
Join Fulton for this exciting fundraiser which includes Bounce Hire's interactive bouncy games, raffles, and food!

See you there! 

INFO 5-8pm, Fulton Secondary
3/6

PVSS Grad Fashion Show

PVSS Graduating class proudly presents the Fashion Show Fundraiser, auction and bake sale.

 

When; Friday March 6th 2015 at 7 pm

Where; In the P.V.S.S. Gym, Armstrong

Tickets; $10 each or 4 for $35, for tickets contact your favorite grad or contact our sponsor, J.C. Excavating LTD (250) 546-2762

Visit our page on Facebook; P.V.S.S. 2015 Grad Fashion Show Fundraiser Event. 

INFO 7pm, PVSS - Armstrong
3/7

Spin4Kids

Ride in Spin 4 Kids March 7th and help Canadian children get healthier and more active. Spin4Kids is a fundraiser organized by the GoodLife Kids Foundation, with a mission to help get kids active. All funds raised go to support physical activity programs for kids in local communities. Enrol today! Everyone can spin! All fitness levels welcome.Spin 4 Kids takes place March 1st in almost 50 communities across Canada, including Vernon. Learn more at spin4kids.com and register your team today!

INFO All Day, Goodlife Fitness
3/7

Saturday Serious Fun OK Science Centre

Saturday Science for Families

 

Eggciting Eggs!

 

Come and explore the eggciting world of eggs! There are many easy and fun experiments that can be done with this common household staple. Join us in learning about inertia, architecture, acid/base reactions and more with our Eggciting Experiment themed SSF!

 

Saturday, March 7 at 1:00 pm

Included with regular admission for non-members; FREE for members!

INFO 1pm, Okanagan Science Centre
3/7

Lumby & District Wildlife Association Annual Banquet & Fundraiser

Lumby & District Wildlife Association is holding their Annual Banquet & Fundraiser on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at White Valley Community Centre.  Cocktails at 5:00pm and dinner at 6:00pm, catered by Big Steve Catering.  There will also be awards, draws, raffles, both silent and live auctions and lots of door prizes.  Admission is $25.00 for adults and $10.00 for juniors and tickets are available at the Lumby Cold Beer & Wine Store, Galaxie Powder Coating, KBM Autoworks, Bloom Wellness Centre in Lumby, and Fishers Hardware in Vernon.

INFO 5pm, White Valley Community Centre
3/7

Colour Me Beautiful

Join Merle Norman and Kari Erickson representing Color by Amber Jewelery, in Vernon for Color Me Beautiful. It will be taking place March 7th from 9 am to 3pm. It is a fundraising event for The Vernon Womens Transition House as well as Wine, Women, and Woods. Merle Norman will be donating a portion of our sales for the day to this charity and organization. There will be refreshments, jewelery, door prizes, gifts with purchase, and free express facials and makeovers. Look and feel good just in time for international Women's Day. It is an open house so ladies bring a friend along. Visit Merle Norman on Facebook for more info! 

INFO 9-3pm, Merle Norman Vernon
3/7

Body and Soul Wellness Fair

Do you bounce out of bed in the morning feeling energetic and ready for the day?  Make yourself a priority and take care of your mind, body and soul!

Join Sun FM for the 11th annual wellness fair, March 7-8, Vernon Rec Centre! Over 70 products and services for the mind, body and soul! Free admission, Free welcome bags and you could win a Grand Prize Basket with products from the vendors

Support local small businesses, weight loss, local organic farms, essential oils, energy saving products, acutpuncture, spiritual mentors and more!  More info at www.bodyandsoulwellnessfair.com

INFO 10-5pm, Vernon Rec Centre
3/13

Zumbathon

The JCI Vernon Fund Blazers, will be hosting a ZUMBATHON® for Charity on Friday, March 13th from 7 until 9pmat the Vernon Recreation Centre Auditorium, to benefit the Vernon Women’s Transition House & JCI Vernon. Come out and support the cause, and have a great time dancing while you’re at it!

All local ZUMBA® instructors, door prizes from Soul Studio, DLC White House Mortgages, Valley Marine, and Illusions Hair & Body, 50/50 tickets, and the first 75 tickets sold will receive a free t-shirt! Water will be supplied by Save On Foods.

 

Tickets are $25, and available at:

 

Illusions Hair and Body, #7 - 2601 Hwy 6 Vernon

Graydon Security Systems, #9 - 100 Kalamalka Lake Rd (Alpine Centre)

Capri Insurance, 2702 4th Avenue (Across from Village Green Centre)

Please visit the JCI Vernon website at www.jcivernon.com to find out more about this event and JCI.

Proudly supported by Sun FM! 

INFO 7-9pm, Vernon Rec Centre
3/14

Shamrock Tea

IODE Lambly’s Landing is sponsoring a Shamrock Tea Saturday, March 14, from 12:30 to 2:30 pm in the Enderby Seniors Centre (1100 George Street).  Cost is $4 for tea, coffee, sandwiches, desserts.  There will be door prizes, bake sale,  and silent auction – draws at 2:00. 

INFO 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Enderby Seniors Centre
3/15

Vernon Soccer Referee Clinics

The Vernon Soccer Referees Association is holding its 2015 Referee Clinics and welcomes all age groups 12 years and older. Starting in March there’ll be a: District Entry Level Course, A small sided mini soccer clinic and a Refresher Course. All clinics will be held at the Vantage One Indoor Centre.  Registration is now underway, and to do so,  or for more information, check out their website at VernonSoccer.ca

INFO ---, Vantage One Indoor Centre, Vernon
3/163/27

Spring Break Camps at the OSC

Spring Break Camps at the OSC

 

Boost your brain with hands-on, interactive discovery at the Okanagan Science Centre’s Spring Break Camps.  Information on camp themes and activities to come.  Camps will be offered Monday thru Friday; March 16 – 27 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm each day for children in Grade 1 - Grade 5. 

 

Registration begins on Tuesday, February 3

Cost per week: $150 for members; $175 for non-members

Cost per day: $40 for members; $50 for non-members

INFO 9-3pm, Okanagan Science Centre
3/17

Vernon Community Arts Centre - Empty Bowl Fundraiser!

Join Sun FM and the Vernon Community Arts Centre for the 6th annual Empty Bowl Fundraiser! Purchase your one of a kind bowl for $20 and receive delicious Irish Stew and take your bowl home! Sun FM will be on location when the line up starts! Don't miss your chance to take home a one of a kind bowl made by local artists and celebrities! For more info and to view all the bowls visit The Empty Bowl on Facebook

INFO 12pm-2pm, Vernon Community Arts Centre - Polson Park
3/195/21

Okanagan Print Triennial

Launched in 2009 at the Vernon Public Art Gallery, the Okanagan Print Triennial will once again take place in the spring of 2015 at the Vernon Public Art Gallery. The brainchild of Kelowna-based printmaker Briar Craig, and supported by the Kelowna Art Gallery, the University of British Columbia, and Vernon Public Art Gallery, this exhibition is an open, juried show dedicated to showcasing the creative forays made with printmaking in Canada and beyond. The winner of each Triennial is given a solo show at the gallery not hosting the show the third year following. The curators look forward to installing and unveiling the works of printmakers of all stripes, and then to engaging with our local publics in discussion and exchange about this fascinating aspect of contemporary art practice.

Check out the Vernon Art Gallery online for more info! 

Proudly sposnored by Sun FM! 

INFO Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturdays, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, Vernon Public Art Gallery
3/21

Shake Your Beauty: A Day of Dance for Women

Shake Your Beauty:  A Day of Dance for Women.  Come and enjoy dancing in African, Belly Dance, and Burlesque Jazz with light stretches following the dancing and a celebration treat in honor of the 10th anniversary of this event.  March 21, starting with 9:30 am registration, light lunch provided.  Fundraiser for the Family Resource Centre women’s programs, cost is $20 donation and pre-registration is required. For more info call 250-545-3390.

INFO 9:30am, Family Resource Centre, Vernon
3/21

SENS Seedy Saturday

SENS and Vernon in Transition are hosting a Seedy Saturday event at the Vernon Recreation Centre on March 21st, 10am - 3pm.  Join them on the first day of Spring to celebrate seeds, gardening, bees, local food and community.  They will be featuring Sierra Club Canada Foundation's Protect the Pollinators Tour speakers as well.  There will also be a community seed exchange, educational displays, children's activities and a film screen of Voices of Transition.  Admission is by donation ($2 suggestion).

 

INFO 10am - 3pm, Vernon Recreation Centre
3/22

World Water Day

Water is at the core of sustainable development. Water resources, and the range of services they provide, underpin poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability. From food and energy security to human and environmental health, water contributes to improvements in social well-being and inclusive growth, affecting the livelihoods of billions. Celebrate World Water Day on Mar 22nd and learn about water and you 

Check out World Water Day online for more info! 

INFO All Day, Earth
3/22

Rockin' for Radiothon

Sun FM is proud to support Rockin for Radiothon! March 22nd from 12pm-12am at Checkers Bar and Grill! 12 bands over 12 hours, a different band every hour. There will be live and silent auctions, 50/50 draws and more. Admission is by donation with ALL proceeds benefitting The Sun FM Have a Heart Radiothon in support of the Women’s and Children’s Health Services Unit at Vernon Jubilee Hospital. 

Checkout these amazing bands! 

12pm Tin Can Jam

1pm Indecesion

2pm TJ & Horseplay

3pm Hog Wild

4pm Chicks 3 and The Zipper

5pm The Keys

6pm Wheelhouse

7pm Foremans Basement

8pm SteelToad

9pm Silent Gun Phenomenon   

10pm  Marv Machura

11pm All Starr Jam 

INFO 12pm-12am, Checkers Bar and Grill
3/28

Adapted Hockey Tournament

Join us for the first ever hockey tournament for special needs kids here in Vernon at Kal Tire Place on Saturday March 28th.  

The players range in age from 7yrs old  all the way up to adults.  They all have either a developmental or physical delay that prevents them from being able to participate in regular minor hockey.  The Vancouver team is part of the Canucks Autism Network and the other local Okanagan teams are comprised of kids with autism, down syndrome, and some have variying levels of physical impairment.

Society has changed a great deal in how it deals with the developmentally challenged. Our kids are now integrated into regular classrooms in most cases. They get jobs. They even get married.  But can they play on their brothers or sisters hockey team? In most cases the answer is no.

 

Minor hockey leagues are divided up into age categories. It is up to the athlete to keep up in ability. And the rules do not allow them to play in a lower age group that might be more appropriate for their abilities. The developmentally challenged cannot flourish under such a system. They learn and develop at their own pace, but they do learn and they do develop.  And they usually have the one thing that any other athlete has. Desire. Desire to play. Desire to succeed.

 

That’s where adapted hockey comes in. There are several teams in BC and on March 28th these teams will match up in a special needs hockey tournament.  The tournament is being held in Vernon BC with hosts the Vernon Scorehawks and the family of the late Bob Ferguson.  It is a chance for these teams to square off and engage in a little friendly competition but more importantly it is an opportunity for the players to experience the fun and camaraderie of a tournament environment.   We are currently looking for sponsors for the tournament.  So if you want to help make this a tournament the kids will never forget please call or email us for more information.  We also encourage you, the general public and the media to come out and see what we are all about.  To witness what kids with challenges, but kids with desire, can do. 

Checkout the Vernon Scorehawks on Facebook for more info! 

INFO 8-4:30, Kal Tire Place
4/2

The Bay Giving Day

On April 2nd, join The bay in Vernon for their ‘Giving Day’! Where customers can save on purchases made in store while giving back to a good cause. The campaign encourages the stores to partner with local charities, allowing them to sell $5 tickets to their donors and supporters. There will be tons of in store savings, plus door prizes to be won, including a $5,000 Shiopping Spree! 

Head to the Bay on April 2nd and Give to local charities in our area! 

 

 


INFO 9:30am-9pm, The Bay - Vernon - Village Green Centre
4/10

Flights of Fancy

Are you an eagle? A peacock? A hummingbird? Find your "Inner Bird" at the Allan Brooks Nature Centre's "Flights of Fancy" dinner and auction at the Best Western Vernon Lodge on Friday, April 10, 2015. (Feathers encouraged.)

Tickets are on sale at the Ticketseller ($65.00 each or $500.00 for a table of eight.) Book now to receive the Snowbird Special of five auction bucks and enter into the early bird draw for $50 auction bucks! (deadline Sunday, March 15th midnight)

Enjoy an evening of nature with dinner, Silent and Live Auction with all proceeds going towards educational and other programmes at the Allan Brooks Nature Centre. 

This would make a wonderful gift for anyone who loves nature for any season and is ready just in time for the holiday season!

Proudly sposnored by Sun FM! Visit ticketseller.ca to buy your tickets today! 

INFO 5pm, Best Western Vernon Lodge
4/12

Spring Scrapbook Retreat

A Spring Scrapbook Retreat will be held on Sunday April 12th at the Hullcar Hall in Armstrong.  Cost is $30.00 which includes hot home-made lunch, all day coffee/tea, coffee break goodies, a large well-lit workspace, gifts and prizes.  Pre-registration is appreciated by calling Sherri at 250-546-1944.

INFO ---, Hullcar Hall, Armstrong
4/165/28

The Family Resource Centre’s Senior Support Volunteer Program

GET INVOLVED & MAKE A DIFFERENCE! - If you are a person who enjoys spending time with seniors and wants to make a difference in someone’s life…..we have an opportunity for you! The Family Resource Centre’s Senior Support Volunteer program pairs volunteers with clients who need a friendly, helping hand and a listening ear.  Training is provided for the volunteers and the next session will run for 7 sessions on Thursdays – April 16 – May 28 from 9am until noon at the People Place.  Learn more about this opportunity on our website – www.vernonfrc.ca – or by calling Karen at the Family Resource Centre – 250-545-3390.

INFO 9am - 12 noon, People Place
4/18

JCI Hospital Gala

Sun FM sponsors the JCI Hospital Gala! April 18th at the Best Western Vernon Lodge! Buy your tickets for this fundraising event for the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation, this year’s Theme is A night in Paris! This year’s proceeds will go towards completing the final two floors of the new Polson Tower at Vernon Jubilee! There will be dinner, a silent and live auction, and casino! 

Donate an auction item to help support the event! Emai gala@jcivernon.com to get involved!
Visit JCI Vernon for more info!

 

 

INFO 5:30pm, Best Western Vernon Lodge
4/25

Spring Market

If you are a home based business then Hullcar Hall Community in Armstrong is looking for you for their annual Spring Market at Hullcar Hall on Saturday, April 25th from 9am to 2pm.  Table rental is $25.00 with proceeds from rental going to the Hullcar Building Fund.  For more information or to reserve a table call Sherri at 250-546-1944.

INFO 9am - 2pm, Hullcar Hall, Armstrong
4/25

Dessert Auction

Bring the Family for the annual Zimabbwe Project Dinner and Dessert Auction! Tickets are just $30 or 2 for $50! Come for dinner and then bid on your dessert! Tons of delicious desserts will be up for bid, plus a silent auction with tons of amazing items to bid on! With proceeds going to the Zimbabwe Project, helping communities and orphanages in Zimbabwe become self sustaining, through pig, poultry, tree, gardening, sewing, carpentry and other projects! Get your tickets today at Curves in Vernon or online at Zimbabwe Project Online today!

INFO 5:30pm, Prestige Hotel
5/3

MS Walk

Kelowna

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Register here!


Location: Stuart Park, 1430 Water Street

Early Check-in Date: Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Early Check-in Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Early Check-in Location: MS Society Okanagan Chapter Office, #230 1855 Kirschner Road, Kelowna

Check-in Time: 9:00am
Start Time: 10:30am 
Route Length(s): 1.75km, 2.5km and 4.5km 

 

Take a walk along the beautiful Okanagan lakeshore and show your support for the over 800 people in our communities who live with MS! The Kelowna Scotiabank MS Walk brings together participants from throughout the Okanagan Chapter area.

So let’s fill Stuart Park with people who have raised funds with their co-workers, friends, caregivers or family.  There will be activities for children, music, food, beverages, awards and prizes as part of this celebration.

Stuart Park and the route are fully accessible and easy for walkers, scooters, wheel chairs, or baby strollers to roll along. 

For assistance with your personal fundraising page please contact Miriam King at Miriam.king@mssociety.ca or call the office at 250-762-5850.

 

For more information click here!

INFO 2pm, Stuart Park
6/6

Relay for Life

The Canadian Cancer Society is putting on the Relay for Life event taking place Saturday May 30th in Penticton and Saturday June 6th in Kelowna and Vernon.

 

This is an event to give you the chance to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those we’ve lost and join our communities to fight back, so that one day we won’t have to think about cancer.

Every Step you take saves lives, register your team here! Early Bird Registration ends March 1st, 2015.

Event Details:

Pen High Track,
Penticton, British Columbia
May 30, 2015 - 11:00am - 11:00pm

City Park,
Kelowna, British Columbia
June 6, 2015 - 11:00am - 11:00pm

Polson Park,
Vernon, British Columbia
June 6, 2015 - 11:00am - 11:00pm

For more information click here!

 

INFO 11am, Polson Park
9/199/20

Scotiabank Okanagan Grape Escape Bike Tour to End MS

Check-in Time: 8:00am
Start Time: 9:30amCheck-in Time: 8:00am
Start Time: 9:30am

Location: RONA, 1711 Springfield Rd, Kelowna, BC

Sip Savour and Cycle to end MS!
The route is a challenge but the reward is amazing.

The Okanagan Wine Region is World Class featuring boutique family run vineyards to world class operations. The region is rich with scenery and character, highlighting the most amazing bike routes throughout the Central Okanagan. The Okanagan Grape Escape bike route is challenging, as the best wines grow on slopes and some of them are quite steep, but the reward you will receive at each location you will visit is wonderful.

The route you will travel is between 50 to 75 kilometres each day depending on you route choices. The opportunity to visit, taste and purchase at specially selected vineyards makes the Okanagan Grape Escape a very enticing bike ride geared to end MS.

Everything starts and finishes on both days at RONA. You will be supported throughout the two day ride by Fresh Air Experience, the Okanagan Harley Owners Group, and many volunteers from the MS community. We will take great care of you with meals, snacks, refreshments, throughout the weekend. All we ask is that you register and raise a minimum of $300 to participate. When you raise $1000 you will receive a specially designed cycling jersey. When you raise $2,000 you will receive the matching cycling shorts as our gift to your for your hard work as a volunteer fundraiser.

Register now and get ready to Sip, Savour and Cycle to End MS!

Registration Fee Schedule:
$25 Early Bird to March 29
$35 MS Awareness to May 18
$45 Summer Training to June 28
$55 Road to a Cure to August 10
$65 Must End MS! to Sept 19

Please check back to this page for updates, route maps, weekend schedules, training information and more.

Participate

Start a team

Join a team

Join as individual

Quick Links

Photo Gallery

Mission First Honour Roll

Top Online Fundraisers

Top Online Teams

 

 

For More information Click here!

INFO Various, Various
9/26

Recovery Day

On September 26, 2015 Canadians in recovery from addiction will join with friends and family to combat negative perceptions towards individuals in recovery. Our mission is to build awareness, challenge societal stigma, and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving life for individuals, families, and communities. We believe that recovery saves lives. We envision a world in which recovery from addiction is a common, celebrated reality - a world where individuals will not experience shame when seeking help. We are passionate about sharing the faces, voices and stories of recovery in hopes of inspiring and inviting others to join us on the rewarding, yet diverse, path to wholeness. Together, we will demonstrate the power and proof of recovery from addiction.

By participating in the Recovery Day Okanagan event it is an opportunity to join others in publically acknowledging that you support those in recovery and the recovery movement. At the event there will be a multitude of vendors with recovery information including local support groups.

 

 

INFO 1p-4pm, Polson Park
 
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