Parkinson Recreation Centre to host Winter Fest – Kelowna Information

Winter Fest at rec centre

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The Parkinson Recreation Centre is getting ready for Winter Fest, a family-friendly event with interactive holiday activities and entertainment to help kick-off the winter season.

On Saturday, November 26 — in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Stober Group’s Tree of Hope Light-Up — the Landmark District will partner with the City of Kelowna, BGC Okanagan and the YMCA of Southern Interior to bring this inaugral event to life.

“We are proud to be the presenting sponsor and to partner with the City of Kelowna and two local charities to bring this festive family event to our community,” said Louise Pelletier of the Stober Group.

“We recognize the positive impact these organizations make in developing active, healthy families in our community. We along with the Stober Foundation, are passionate about working with those who share our values, help improve quality of life for others and build a foundation of a healthy and hopeful community.”

Family Winter Fest is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will provide activities, games, entertainment, Santa photo booth, food trucks and more for everyone in attendance.

“Families will enjoy an action-packed afternoon made possible by activity station partners, sponsors, volunteers who are all pouring their energy into a great holiday event,” said the Organizing Committee.

“Be sure to dress your children for both outdoor and indoor winter games, and don’t forget their swimsuits for the pool, and big smiles for their photo’s with Mr. Claus.”

Activities are slated to take place both inside and outside the rec centre, with access to the pool and fitness centre open too.

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