Final open air performance this weekend in Okanagan Centre

Two musicians followed by movie in the park close out the season

This Saturday at Okanagan Centre Park (11255 Okanagan Centre Rd West, Lake Country) is the last Lake Country Open Air event of the 2015 season. 
Two great performers will begin the night, followed by a big screen Movie-in-the-Park.

Andrew Smith will kick things off at 6:3 before Ben Click takes the stage at 7:45.

The musical performances will be followed at dusk by the movie Big Hero 6.

People are reminded to bring a lawn chair and blanket for seating in the park; pack a picnic or purchase refreshments and treats from Ok Centre Patio Café. There are also door prize draws featuring gift certificates from local restaurants and a performer CD collection.

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