It’s Canada Day, which means that on this day in 1867 the British North America Act was passed, creating Canada as we know it. It also means there’s any number of different “happenings”, or events, going on in Kelowna to celebrate the occasion! And we here at Green Square can’t wait to tell you all about them! As per usual, we’ll give you the what, where, when, and why of each event as well as where to find more information about them. Happy 151st birthday, Canada! We raise our glasses to another great 151 more!
Where: Prospera Place, 1223 Water Street
When: 7:30-9:30 PM
Why: Because watching a 70-person band make sweet music to your ears at Prospera Place for free is a pretty cool proposition! And if you like them, maybe consider donating to them.
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Where: 1200 Water Street
When: 10 AM-11 PM
Why: There’s something for everyone here! A food fair, free watermelon, a kids’ zone, crafts, live music. Just so much going on. It’s free to stop by anytime and check it out.
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Where: Okanagan Lake
Why: We saved the best for last on this one, trust us! These fireworks are consistently very good, illuminating the night sky in a crescendo of flashes of beautiful glory.
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