Municipal Hall Art Exhibits - ever changing, featured artists
Art Walk - 2 day event at the beginning of September, featuring 200 artists
Galleries Year Round
Creekside Theatre - year round performances and engagements
The Barn Gallery / Life space studio
Award Winning Wineries
The Interior Salish First Nations resided in the area for several months out of the year and were a semi-nomadic culture that dates back over 7,000 years. This area known today as Lake Country was originally described by the First Nations people as K'lakokum, meaning the "the land between". It is obvious when you visit here that they refer to all the land around and between the great number of lakes.
During the days of the fur trade and gold rush of the mid-1800’s many white settlers, explorers and hopeful prospectors passed through this area. Those who stayed develop ranches, agricultural farming, forestry logging and land irrigation systems which the region’s settlements would later be supported and built from.
Summer average 18 degrees Celsius
Winter average 1 degree Celsius