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5 things to do in Penticton this weekend

June 07, 2019 - 11:30 AM

PENTICTON – Soak up the fun, sun and play this weekend in Penticton.

Rugby is fun in any weather and the men’s 10 to 15s, women's 7 to 10s and old boys are all in on the action for the World-Famous Harlequins Sunfest Tournament June 7, 8 and 9.

On Behalf of all the Harlequins everyone is invited to take in the action. Be sure to check out all the venues here: https://www.facebook.com/events/385423158962695/

The Penticton and District Garden Club is holding its annual Festival of Flowers Flower Show Saturday, June 8 at the Cherry Lake Shopping Centre. The show is a beautiful display of growers’ bounties. There is no charge and anyone is encouraged to enter and attend.

There are various categories including roses, potted plants, border plants, floral arrangements and photography, and kids categories.

All entries must be in between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. on June 9 at the shopping centre. Visit: www.gardenclubpenticton.ca for schedule and entry forms.

This may be the kind of run many like.

The Penticton Beer Run returns Saturday, June 8.

The tour takes participants through a beautiful, gentle 10 k.m. course showing off some of the best vistas in the South Okanagan. The flat or gentle downhill route is easily managed by running or walking.

It is important to highlight that the net proceeds of this event are donated to the Youth Outdoor Recreation Society. They provide affordable programs for mainstream and at-risk youth to participate in outdoor recreation, education and leadership activities.

Community Support is very important to Hoodoo Adventures, the event sponsors as they believe strongly that giving back creates more opportunity and success for everyone.  What better start than exposing our kids to all the adventures of the valley?

To find out more or to volunteer, or meet up and some of the beer stops: http://www.hoodooadventures.ca/penticton-beer-run/

Here’s something a little different.  How about attending the Phantom Eclipse Penti-Con at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre Saturday, June 8?

This is the first multi-day con of the year and features a special sensory hour that allows those affected by loud noises to browse the vendor hall peacefully.

There will be panels and guests available all throughout the show, idol contest, treasure hunt and more. The show is located on the vendor floor. Adult weekend pass is $30, youth (6-12) weekend pass is  $15, adult single day pass (Saturday or Sunday); is $20, youth single day pass is $10 and family weekend pass (2 Adults & 2 Youths) is $75. Sensory Sunday Hour is $10.

More information:  https://www.thepenti-con.org

Ready, get set, bake.

The Penti-Con Bake-Off takes place Sunday, June 9, so attendees must have a ticket for at least that day of the Penti-Con.

There will be three categories: Under 12, Crafty Teens (12-18) and Absolutely Awesome Adults. Contestants may have more than one entry, but can only win one prize. Submissions must be home cooked not store bought.

Types of desserts that may be entered include cakes, cookies, brownies and pies. Entrants are asked not to submit anything that requires refrigeration. All submissions will become the property of The Penti-Con. Contestants may work individually or with a team. Prizes will be awarded to one member/team only, NOT each individual.

Check-in is at 11:30 a.m. at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre on Sunday. Judging begins at 12 p.m. Prizes will be announced the day of the event.  Winners must be present to claim their prize.

To contact our events coordinator, email Stacy Pavlov or email the editor. You can also submit photos, videos or news tips to the newsroom and be entered to win a monthly prize draw.

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