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Party in the Park with Okanagan Falls wineries

Members of the Okanagan Falls Winery Association are hosting the quintessential wine country experience with the 3rd annual Party In The Park on July 11. -

On the shores of Skaha Lake at Kenyon Park the Okanagan Falls Winery Association will hold their signature event showcasing an evening full of wine, food and live music.

Take in the views on the shores of Skaha Lake while tasting the terroir of the area in the award-winning wines from 12 member wineries in a festival atmosphere, then enjoy a Southern barbecue buffet prepared by award-winning Chef Martin Laprise of The Chef Instead.

Glasses of wine can be purchased for a nominal fee while you tap your toes or dance in the grass to the sounds of local band, Uncorked! Dancing and general merriment will be encouraged.

Shuttle transportation is available from Oliver and Osoyoos through Unveil Shuttles (contact holly@unveilshuttles.com or 250-485-2166), as well as from Penticton through Grape Escapes (contact wine tours@grapeescapes.ca or 1-877-362-3382).

Accommodation specials are available through Ramada Penticton and Watermark Resort in Osoyoos.

Tickets to this unique event in the heart of wine country are only $50 plus tax per person and will go quickly. Purchase yours at member wineries, at the Penticton & Wine Country Visitor Information Centre or online at www.eventbee.com/v/ofwapartyinthepark2014 Participants must be 19 years or older. Two pieces of identification required at the door.

 

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