Scrambling to find the perfect Valentine’s Day plans in Penticton this year? (File photo)

Scrambling to find the perfect Valentine’s Day plans in Penticton this year? (File photo)

5 last minute Valentine’s Day events in Penticton

Make this year one to remember.

Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is nearly here and if you have a significant other in your life you’ll most likely have to come up with something romantic to do this Friday.

While the clock is ticking, it’s not too late to find that memorable event you’ve been searching for. If you’ve yet to make plans here are five events in Penticton that will ensure you stay out of the doghouse this year.

Valentine’s Day dinner at BRODO

BRODO Kitchen is hosting a special Valentine’s Day dinner from 5 p.m. to close.

The first course will feature house cured prosciutto with pickled winter melon salad, cider and honey braised shallots, warm brie fritters, tarragon ranch or asparagus veloute, buttermilk cream, smoked butter and chive scone. The second course offers pan roasted steelhead trout, butternut squash puree, kale, cranberry, almond and chorizo chermoula or 48-hour beef, crispy mushrooms, thyme and parmesan pave, green beans and bacon, with a sage demi-glace. And for dessert, dark chocolate pot de crème, candied orange, molasses sponge toffee, yogurt.

Call 778-476-1275 to reserve a table.

Couples Massage at Anda Massage

What better way to express how much you care about someone than to take a relaxing guided massage class? This is a gentle, safe, fun class that will allow you and your partner to be guided through a 45-minute hands-on stretch and release session. Each person receives 45 minutes of stretching including a refreshment break. All mats, cushions and blankets are provided. Dress comfortably, and bring a water bottle.

Click here to register.

Singles night stoplight party at Brexit

Heading into Valentine’s Day single? No worries, you might end up having more fun than anyone in a relationship at Brexit’s stoplight party. Glow-sticks will be provided at the door, green for single, red for taken, and yellow for those in transitional phases. The night will also feature a solo performance by Jerri Rouw. Party starts at 7 p.m. and goes until 10 p.m.

Ari Neufeld at Slackwater Brewing

Folk artist Ari Neufeld will be performing a special Valentine’s Day concert at Slackwater Brewing this Friday at 8 p.m. Slackwater will also be putting together some dinner packages for two and, of course, there will be beer.

WiL at the Dream Cafe

Qualicum Beach artist WiL brings his catchy roots inspired songs to the Dream Cafe in Penticton this Valentine’s Day, featuring songs from two new albums. Tickets can be bought here.

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