A Great Partnership in the Park

Oliver Parks and Recreation partnered with the Oliver Community Arts Council to put on Music in the Park again this year, and it was a great success. OCAC wants to thank Oliver Parks and Rec for a great venue and their continued support!

Oliver Parks and Rec wrote:
Oliver Parks and Recreation would like to thank the Oliver Community Arts Council for the 8 great Thursdays of music that they put on for everyone’s enjoyment this summer. We would also like to thank everyone who came down to support the many talented musicians and singers that performed, the vendors who came out to the sell their wares at the market, and Monsterjump for the bouncy castle and the face painting.

The Music in the Park nights put on the Oliver Community Arts Council wrapped up on Thursday, August 25th with a great turn out to watch the Naden Band from CFB Esquimalt.

We would also like to remind everyone that although the Oliver Community Arts Council Music in the Park is over for another season, there are 2 more Thursdays to come out and enjoy some music.

Thursday September 1st we had the Screendoors from Penticton on stage at 6:30pm: “Look through the ripped screen door to find a musical collaboration that brings new sparks of well-tended fires. We are a front porch candle light party equipped with lyrics like warm blankets and melodies like the glint from wild mid-summer bonfires. Maiya Robbie and Tavis Weir front the folk, rock, bluegrass hybrid alongside talented musicians Stefan Bienz, Dave Mai, and Darren Filipenko.”

Thursday September 8th we will have a couple of different acts on our stage. One will be Oliver Parks and Recreation’s own Carol Sheridan and the other will be The Mysterious Sonic Booms. Our food vendor for this night is still to be confirmed.
On both nights Monsterjump will be here with a bouncy castle and we will have market vendors onsite.

See you on September 8, and again next summer!