Lake Country’s The Orchard Partners with Central Okanagan Arts Council

The Orchard in Oyama provides a unique place for musicians to perform in a warm and relaxing setting among the trees.

The Orchard in Oyama provides a unique place for musicians to perform in a warm and relaxing setting among the trees. Shari Ulrich (pictured) is among the performers.

The Arts Council of the Central Okanagan is pleased to announce their newest partnership in agri-tourism with The Orchard.

The Orchard is just that, an Orchard located in beautiful Lake Country. Come experience the fruit of The Orchard. Each summer The Orchard provides a unique place for musicians to perform in a warm and relaxing setting among the trees. Sit back relax and take in the beauty!

The Arts Council of the Central Okanagan and The Orchard invite you to join them for a series of concerts this summer. Shari Ulrich is playing July 18. Tickets available for purchase at: www.theorchardwebsite.com/category/events/

Following acts: HarpDog Brown – August 9.

The Arts Council of the Central Okanagan is a non-profit organization that is the underlying support for anything and everything that is art. The Arts Council of the Central Okanagan (ARTSCO) supports and strengthens the arts throughout the Central Okanagan by championing artistic excellence, accessibility, communication, awareness, and mutual support of the arts within the broader community.

The Orchard is at 14924 Middle Bench Road, on the east side of Wood Lake.

For more information about what The Orchard has to offer visit their website www.theorchardwebsite.com.

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