What’s happening

Find out what events are taking place and where this weekend in the Okanagan-Shuswap

The weekend is here and the Okanagan Shuswap region has several exciting events to check out.

From hockey games, to a Chinese lantern festival, to the fourth annual Slackcountry Cup, you can find an array of things to do up and down the valley.

The Black Press social media squad will be at several events this weekend, be sure to catch them as they will be everywhere from Salmon Arm to Oliver over the next three days.

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