What’s happening this weekend

Follow Social Squad memeber Matthew Abrey to find out what’s happeing this weekend

From Salmon Arm to Osoyoos there are events up and down the region geared to help you enjoy our beautiful region.

Social Media Squad member Matthew Abrey fills us in on all the best events to attend in the video above.

Watch to find out more.

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