With the vibrant colours of fall painting the landscape and the crisp air wrapping around us, the City Gardens Neighbourhood welcomes you with a diverse array of captivating events this month. Whether you are a hockey fan or an art enthusiast, there is something waiting for you in the core of Downtown Kamloops!
Kamloops’ Blazers Hockey Season – Now until March 2024
Colder weather can only mean one thing – hockey season has officially started! Head over to the Sandman Centre at 300 Lorne St. and support our very own Kamloops Blazers. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or someone looking to experience the thrill of a live game for the first time, the arena’s energy is contagious. To see the full schedule and purchase tickets, visit their website.
Kamloops’ Farmers Market – Now until October 28, 2023
If you haven’t been already, this is your last chance to spend your mornings savouring a warm cup of coffee and baked goods, discovering organic produce and unique handcrafted items from local vendors. Make sure to drop by every Wednesday from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm on the 400 block of Victoria Street and Saturday from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm at the 200 block of St. Paul Street this month.
Seafood Extravaganza Dinner and Dance – October 7, 2023
If you’re looking for the ultimate way to indulge in a delightful culinary journey while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of Downtown Kamloops, this event is just for you! Head over to the Colombo Lodge Society at 814 Lorne St. for this year’s iconic Seafood Extravaganza Dinner and Dance. The dinner features a delicious five-course seafood meal, along with two bottles of wine, followed by DJ Erik Boog’s electrifying beats to dance the night away.
Luminocity 2023 – October 14 – 21, 2023
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience Kamloops in an entirely new light! Presented every two years, Luminocity is a week-long free video art exhibition that unveils captivating video projects from local, national, and international artists throughout the downtown core of Kamloops. Creatively transforming public spaces, this off-site Kamloops Art Gallery event brings indoor video projects to the open air with projections on the façades of buildings and from windows and site-specific installations at Riverside Park.