Vernon hosts a full day of statewide cultural celebrations.
BC Culture Days will be held by the North Okanagan Arts Council on Friday, September 23, all day at Polson Park.
Pauline Archachan of the Okanagan Indian Band kicks off the opening ceremony at 10:00 a.m. with a welcome address to the land followed by remarks from dignitaries. Caroline Ivey, a member of the National Culture Days Board of Directors, will then present the Arts and Culture Volunteers Award.
“Live music and dance performances grace the bandstand from morning to night, starting with early-morning children’s performances and ending with a bright night concert hosted by Local Losers in the afternoon, with all-ages participation. said Sheri Kunzli, Head of Marketing. Event coordinator with local arts council.
Performers include Seth Spotted Eagle, Kiki the Eco Elf, Silly of the Valley, Duane Marchand, Elodie Orsei, Mozi Bones, Hot Sax, Stonefruits and Cloaker.
The Polson Artisan Night Market runs all day with local food trucks.
“You can also find about 30 activity and information tents with different attractions and activities,” says Kunzli. “Celebrate Vernon’s Creative with his community and help kick off his 24 days of BC Culture.”
The 13th Annual BC Culture Days runs through October 26th, with events hosted by state and national, Okanagan communities, and neighborhood artists and cultural organizations.
Several local events are held here.
• September 24th or 25th at the Vernon Community Arts Center under the Umbrellas Community Arts Project.
• Handbook Journal Demonstration Sept. 28 at the Art Center
• Discover the secrets of the mysterious Caetani House on a self-guided tour from October 4-7.
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Celebrating Okanagan’s BC Culture Days with Music, Markets and More – Vernon Morning Star
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