Memories of a warmer-than-normal October in Penticton were erased within hours on Thursday, as the community gears up for a chilly, early-November weekend.
Vees look to stay hot (Nov. 4 to 5)
It’s been more than six months since the Penticton Vees lost a game, and they’ll aim to keep their red-hot momentum going this weekend at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Penticton welcomes the Prince George Spruce Kings on Friday and the Wenatchee Wild on Saturday, with puck drop set for 7 p.m. and 6 p.m. for each game, respectively.
The Vees own a 14-0-0-0 record this season. Dating back to last year’s playoffs, the team has won 30 games in a row.
Tickets for the weekend are available here.
2022 Nufloors Penticton Curling Classic (Nov. 4 to 7)
Olympic gold medalists, Brier winners and world-champion curlers touched down in the South Okanagan on Thursday for the start of the 2022 Nufloors Penticton Curling Classic.
A total of 30 teams from across Canada, as well as the United States, Japan and Sweden, will compete until Monday, Nov. 7 to take a slice of the $100,000 in prize money.
The first-place team will be awarded $20,000.
All matches are hosted by the Penticton Curling Club.
Relive the Music at Cleland Theatre (Nov. 4)
From Frank Sinatra and Buddy Holly to Tina Turner and Neil Diamond, memories from the past are set to come back to life Friday night at the Cleland Theatre.
Music history, trivia and special performances take over the theatre for the “Relive the Music: 50s and 60s Rock N’ Roll Show” event.
Featuring a rock-opera-style concert, several artists are expected to perform hits from Johnny Cash, the Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Beach Boys and Aretha Franklin, among others.
The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are available here.
Artisans Showcase Yuletide Market (Nov. 4 to 6)
Experience some of the best the Okanagan has to offer at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre this weekend.
Artisans, makers, growers, brewers and bakers from across the region converge starting at 3 p.m. on Friday, to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Non-perishable food items and toys will be accepted for the Penticton Food Bank and Toy Drive at the event.
Details about scheduling and admission can be found here.