The Pilings unveiled in Okanagan Centre

Pilings were used in Okanagan Lake to dock paddle wheelers that transported fruit to market.

The Pilings sculpture in Okanagan Centre with Public Art Advisory Commission members Lake Country councillors Jamie McEwan (blue shirt) and Rob Geier (orange shirt)

The Pilings sculpture was recently unveiled in Okanagan Centre, along with the Lions Club bench. Standing on and around the pilings are Public Art Advisory Commission members Lake Country councillors Jamie McEwan (blue shirt) and Rob Geier (orange shirt), along with Dr. Sharon McCoubrey (top left), Petrina McNeill (top centre) and Wanda Lock (standing at right).

Pilings were used in Okanagan Lake to dock paddle wheelers that transported fruit grown in the valley to market before rail and road access was available.

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