Quaaout Lodge and Spa at Talking Rock Golf Resort is more than just a beautiful lodge, we are a destination for cultural activities. Our band members are proud to share […]
An auto museum featuring the field of dreams, classic and custom cars, show room and automobile displays, an annual swap meet, and many project or restored cars for sale by owner.
Watch in amazement each fall as sockeye salmon return to their home waters to spawn.
Enjoy the incredible display of vintage cars, and tour the buildings of historic Notch Hill Hall. Bring the family to this Free community event each Summer.
High Country Pottery Sale in August features some of BC’s finest pottery ranging from high fired functional stoneware to raku, sculpture, porcelain and crystalline glazes.
Witness the celebration of pride and culture at the Neskonlith Pow-wow.
Explore historic Bear Creek Flume Trails. This 8.5 km trails crosses 7 unique bridges to an impressive waterfall.
An annual art show in August featuring fine art, local artists, live music, and local wine tasting.
Art on the Green is a one day event each August that showcases beautiful works of art in a lush, outdoor setting. You can expect to see works in a […]
Shuswap Artisan Market is a treasure-trove of handmade art showcasing over 20 local artisans. The market is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10:00 to 4:00 pm.
Stop at Reedman Gallery every Thursday June to August. A variety of original one-of-a-kind artwork is on display and for sale in our comfortable, air-conditioned gallery.
Immerse yourself in Secwépemc Indigenous Culture at Quaaout Lodge.
Take the Notch Hill Cemetery Tour, explore the railway history or visit historical Notch Hill Hall, Schoolhouse and Little White Church. This is an excellent spot for road cyclists to […]
The Little Museum located on the shores of Shuswap Lake is filled with objects used and donated by the pioneers. The log cabins were built in 1910 and 1918 respectively, […]
Market by the Bay in Blind Bay, every Thursday evening June – September. Fantastic live music, local community vendors, a huge variety of food trucks, and your favorite cold beer, […]
Visit our community of local family farms, food producers, artisans and crafters every Saturday May – October.
A historical and fascinating motorcycle museum featuring a self guided audio tour, gift shop, surround sound theatre, motorcycle parts and classic bike exchange.
Tsútswecw Provincial Park is home to a 26 km trail system, perfect for hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Marvel at the annual Sockeye Salmon Run each Fall.
Learn about the local history and explore the pioneer cabin at the Chase Museum.