Okanagan Stomp

This fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society, raises money for brain cancer research this year.

Participants at the third annual Okanagan Stomp at the House of Rose Wine.

Teams rolled up their pants, kicked off their shoes and jumped into the barrel at the third annual Okanagan Stomp at the House of Rose Wine.

This fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society, raises money for brain cancer research this year.

Teams tested their creativity and problem-solving through a series of wine-related activities including Blind Taste Testing, Mystery Food Box Challenge and the Stomp Performance—an air band performance in the grape stomping barrel.

“The event is such fun,” said winery host Aura Rose. “We love to see the participants in the barrel having such a great time while supporting this very worthwhile cause.”

This year, through a matching program with the Canadian Cancer Society, Brain Canada will match every dollar raised.

 

 

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