Penticton Lakeside hosting stomping good events

Join the Penticton Lakeside Resort for an evening of good old stomping entertainment on the resort’s private licensed beach.

Join the Penticton Lakeside Resort for an evening of good old stomping entertainment on the resort’s private licensed beach.

First up is A Taste of Valley View Farm on Sept. 11. Five courses, five wines and one unforgettable night. Set on the private beach bordering the shores of Okanagan Lake, executive chef Chris Remington and his culinary team will present a five course menu showcasing Valley View Farm’s freshest ingredients.

Each dish will be carefully paired with five local wines. Enjoy the sunset and dance the night away with music by Paul Gibbons and Joe Richards.

Tickets are $99 (plus applicable taxes and a 15 per cent catering fee) and can be purchased at the Lakeside front desk or by phone at 250-493-8221.

Register as a team, or come out and watch the entertainment as teams of four stomp in hopes of winning the 2015 Great Grape Lake Stomp.

Spectators, who do not stomp, receive free entry. There will be $5 burgers, beer and wine features. There will be a DJ providing entertainment. Doors to the event open at 6 p.m.

Call 250-493-9774 or email events@pentictonlakesideresort.com to register. Limited spots are available for teams and they must register in advance. The cost is $40 (plus applicable taxes and a 15 per cent gratuity) per team. Each participant will receive a burger and a glass of wine.

 

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