Summer concerts planned

Local musicians will perform at Okanagan Lake each week this summer as the annual Wednesdays on the Water concert series returns.

Local musicians will perform at Okanagan Lake  each week this summer as the annual Wednesdays on the Water concert series returns.

The concerts will run each week from July 8 to Aug. 26, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Carmen McDowell, coordinator of the concert series, said local musicians are still being booked.

The concerts will be held at Peach Orchard Beach, near Spirit Square and will feature a wide variety of musicians.

“We want different genres every week,” she said.

Those attending are asked to bring lawn chairs and picnic meals to enjoy the event with friends and family.

Anyone interested in performing at the concerts is asked to contact McDowell at the Summerland Community Arts Centre, 9908 Main St., 250-494-4494.

 

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