This page is intended to provide you with an overview of the events and festivals that take place in the immediate area around Naramata. Please remember to confirm any information presented here by visiting the website associated with the event, by either clicking on the name of the event, or the screen capture of its website, or any other link associated with the listing.
At: 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: 301 – 1475 Fairview Road
Penticton Chamber Theatre presents 2 One Act plays at The Nest & Nectar restaurant. Evening includes a buffet dinner starting at 6pm followed by two short plays: ‘From Five to Five-Thirty’ featuring Cheryl Gill, Melissa Kuse, Liz Lawrence, Evelyn Travis and Eleanor Walker is a warm and funny story with a sensational twist. ‘A Little Something for the Ducks’ featuring Donna Lynch and Al Toots relates a zestful, youthful courtship of two elderly strangers who cross paths and cross swords over feeding the ducks..
- Family friendly.
- Tickets available at The Nest & Nectar
Starting: June 14th 2017
From: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Where: Wharf Park, Naramata
Market days every Wednesday from 3:00 to 6:00 pm.
- No age restriction
Family friendly Event: Yes
When: Every Saturday from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM, April 22nd to Oct 28th, 2017
Indoor Winter Market: Every Saturday in November and December
- Summer Outdoor Market — 100 Block Main Street
- Winter Indoor Market: 760 Main Street
Email: Penticton Farmers’ Market
When: August 9th through August 13th, 2017
Celebrating 70 Years of Free Family Fun!
Come and enjoy the activities and shows offered during the 70th Annual Penticton Peach Festival; these include:
- Free concerts (see entertainment schedule online)
- Kiddies Day
- Peters Bros. Grand Parade
- Square Dance Festival
- Skaha Lake Ultra Swim
- Sheila Bishop Slo-Pitch Tournament
- Pentown Throwdown
- Chef’s cook Off
- Real Peach Film Festival
- Sandcastle Competition
- Shooting Star Amusements
- And more . . .
When: August 18th though 27th, 2017
The first ever ITU World Championships Festival! Approximately 5000 athletes from 40 +/- countries, along their families and/or entourages, are expected to be in our area. Events include Duathlon, Aquathlon, Cross, Long Distance and Aquabike.
It will be an exciting time!
When: September 8th, through 10th, 2017
Tickets & Prices:
- Friday – $60
- Saturday – $75
- Sunday – $55
- Youth – $10/day
- All Events Pass only $110
- Dave Bennett & The Memphis Speed Kings
- Tom Rigley & Flambeau
- Cornet Chop Suey
- Black Swan Classic Jazz Band
- Gator Nation
- Bob Dragan with Friends
- Lance Buller
- Benny & The Good Men
- Cocuzzi Coots Courtet
When: September 9th, 2017
The 2017 Tailgate Party will celebrate harvest at D’Angelo Winery on The Naramata Bench. To honour the artistic history and culture of Naramata, this year’s theme is ‘Bench Bohemian’. Attendees are invited to dress bohemian while enjoying the fun as there will be prizes for the best outfits. Join us for a fabulous evening of distinctive wines from 28 renowned wineries, cuisine prepared by local chefs food, music, dancing, celebrating and camaraderie as the sun sets over Okanagan Lake.
When: September 10th and 11th, 2017
Our festival, held over two days on the second weekend in September, is entering its 16th year. The racing happens on 11 km long Skaha Lake in beautiful, sunny, Penticton, British Columbia, Canada. The event also features a beverage garden, a wide range of vendors, lots of great food and over 2,500 athletes.
The Penticton Dragon Boat Festival began in 2000. Originally held on Okanagan Lake, the festival has now found its home at the beautiful Skaha Lake Park, which offers the perfect race site for racers and spectators alike. Teams love the fleet of Millennium boats and the warm fresh water sandy beach for loading and unloading. With plenty of room for the team village, lots of sun and shade, plus a wide array of food and merchandise vendors and a happening beer garden, we think you will find the Penticton Dragon Boat Festival ranks as one of the best.
More information of the website.
When: September 28th through October 8th, 2017
Where: Signature events take place throughout the South Okanagan, from Lake Country in the north to Osoyoos in the south and extending west to the Similkameen Valley.
Visit the website for more info.
When: October 22nd, 2017
Celebrate Oktoberfest Okanagan-style. October will see the 7th annual Penticton festival famous for merrymaking and drinking beer. Donning your lederhosen or not, it is guaranteed that you will enjoy a fabulous night of mouth-watering food, wonderful entertainment and great beverages. Wear some comfortable shoes as the dance floor will be the place to be!