July 17, 2015 - 3:05 PM
KELOWNA – Fans of counterculture from around the world are gathering at Parkinson Recreation Centre this weekend for the third annual Okanagan Tattoo Show.
The event, which runs Friday to Saturday, features 70 tattoo artists from across Canada and the world as well as merchandise booths, food, live music and events.
There will also be a car show outside and a play area for the kids as well as a silent auction benefitting the Boys and Girls Club Downtown Youth Centre.
Admission for the weekend is $45 with day passes available for $20. Kids aged 13 to 17 are $10, under 12 are free.
On Saturday and Sunday the Kelowna KOs Wheelchair Rugby Association is holding their first ever KOs Knock Out Challenge for men, women and youth of all ages.
Two days of outdoor games are yours for the price of $25, which includes sportchair rental, gloves and refreshements. The games will be played on the Lacrosse court at the rec centre.
Space in the Knock Out Challenge is limited so call 250-808-2955 or email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
For more information on the Okanagan Tattoo Show visit their website or Facebook page.
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