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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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SENIORS DAY Wednesday, Aug. 7 is not only the opening day of the 66th annual Penticton Peach Festival…it is also Seniors Day. Peachfest Director Dayle Millington said they have lined up some great afternoon entertainment for seniors. “Everyone is invited down to the park for some free entertainment, some fun and some snacks.” Seniors Day officially kicks off with bingo at 12 noon. Then at 1 p.m., Miss Penticton contestants will serving free cake and refreshments. Entertainment on the main stage includes the Penticton Concert Band and About Time. Seniors Day is presented by London Drugs.

LUISA MARSHALL AS TINA TURNER North American Tribute Artist of the Year Luisa Marshall performs her incredible tributes to Tina Turner and Donna Summer on Wednesday night…. the opening night of Peach Festival. Luisa, complete with backup singers and dancers, thrilled a capacity crowd at Peachfest in 2010.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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ll eyes will be skyward on the opening night of the 66th annual Penticton Peach Festival. The RCAF Snowbirds Demonstration Team presented by Peters Bros. Paving will perform Wednesday Aug. 7 at 6 p.m., over Okanagan Lake. “We are thrilled to have the Snowbirds returning to Penticton” said Fred Trainor, chairman of the Snowbirds Committee. “There are few any attractions that can compare with the Snowbirds for drawing power. A huge thank you to our sponsor – Peters Bros. Paving – for bringing them back to Peach Festival.” This will be the first time in four years that the Snowbirds have performed in Penticton. They did their complete show in 2008 but the following year they were limited to an abbreviated program due to smoke from the Terrace Mountain Forest Fire. Okanagan-Coquihalla MP Dan Albas worked behind the scenes to ensure that Penticton was included on the Snowbirds 2013 schedule. The Snowbirds kick off their five-month season June 1 in Waterloo, Ont. From Penticton they will fly to the Abbotsford Air Show Aug. 9-11. The team in their Tutor CT-114 jets have been thrilling crowds throughout North America since 1971.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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eachfest is pleased to offer square and round dancing for its 60th consecutive year. The four-day Square Dance Festival, held at the Seniors Dropin Centre, on South Main Street, goes from Wednesday, Aug. 7 to Saturday, Aug. 10. More than 500 dancers of all ages, from throughout Western Canada and the United States, will be on hand. What keeps them coming back every year? It’s the fun, the opportunity to meet new friends, the mental and physical stimulation and universality which modern square dancing offers. This year, organizers expect more than two dozen callers and 12 round dance cuers on the program. Spectators are welcome for the morning and afternoon dances from Wednesday through Friday.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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any communities host annual festivals, but we think Peach Festival is special. Where else can you have five days of great, family fun…free? Two groups of people make it possible for us to host the largest free festival in Western Canada every year. Firstly, the volunteers are onsite for up to 18 hours per day during the festival… from 6 a.m. to midnight. The folks you see directing traffic, manning the information tent, picking up garbage and giving directions are volunteers. Their only reward is seeing smiling faces and the knowledge that they are helping to make a lot of people happy. The second key group is the sponsors. Without sponsors, we couldn’t hold a free festival. If you went to any other venue to see Honeymoon Suite, One More Girl or many of our other entertainers, you would expect to pay $20 or $30. Not at Peach Festival. Thanks to our great sponsors, including Peters Bros. Paving, everyone can afford to come to Peachfest. Peach Festival has grown to become much more

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than five days of non-stop entertainment in Okanagan Lake Park. We are pleased to introduce a new event this year…the Pentown Throwdown Skateboard and BMX event at the skateboard park on Riverside Drive. Other events include: The Square Dance Festival (Wednesday to Saturday at the Seniors Drop-in Center); the Sandcastle Competition on Thursday night at Skaha Beach; The Aboriginal Cultural Village, Friday and Saturday, in Gyro Park; the crowning of Miss Penticton on Friday night at the Cleland Theatre; the Sheila Bishop Memorial Wooden Bat Slopitch Tournament at Lions Park; two parades; and of course, The RCAF Snowbirds on opening night. Over in Rotary Park, the Shooting Star Midway runs from Aug. 5-11. While at Peach Festival… have fun, visit our vendors, create some great memories… and take a minute to thank a volunteer. Don Kendall 2013 Peach Festival President


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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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ne of Canada’s most popular touring bands will perform, twice, at the 66th annual Penticton Peach Festival. “The Steadies,” will be on the main stage in Okanagan Lake Park on Thursday, Aug. 8 and Saturday, Aug. 10. The Steadies take the popular top 40 sound and mix it with rocksteady and reggae influences, creating what they’ve dubbed, “island rock.” They have headlined countless festivals and have showcased at the Winter Olympics and Grey Cup. This summer, their performances include Canada Day in Ottawa, the Calgary International Reggae Festival, Duncan Music Festival and Nanaimo Bathtub Festival. “We’re extremely pleased to have the Steadies coming to Peachfest,” said Entertainment Director Bill Kolter. “They create an incredible party atmosphere every time they step on the stage.” The Steadies’ frontman Earl Pereira got his rock ‘n roll pedigree as a founding member of Wide Mouth Mason, who had two gold records and three Juno nominations. Pereira was named as one of Canada’s top bass players by Canadian Music Magazine and has been featured on MTV.

The Steadies will be releasing their new full-length album, Starcity Shakedown, in September. The Steadies will be on stage Thursday at 7:35 p.m. and Saturday at 1:25 p.m.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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ne of Canada’s hottest country music groups will be headlining at the 2013 Penticton Peach Festival. ‘One More Girl’, presented by Peters Bros. Paving, will be on the main stage in Okanagan Lake Park on Friday, August 9, at 9:15 p.m.. Sisters Britt and Carly McKillip, who are ‘One More Girl’, have been performing since they were little girls. In the past three years, they have gained international fame with their cutting-edge performances and signature knockout vocals. Their first album, ‘Big Sky,” spawned five singles including ‘When It Ain’t Raining’, which hit #1 on Country Music Television. In 2010, they won the Canadian Radio Music Award for Best New Country Artist; the Canadian Country Music Association’s Rising Star Award; and four B.C. Country Music Association awards. In 2011, ‘One More Girl’ opened for Toby Keith in front of a near-capacity crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre. “And they were fantastic,” said Peach Festival Entertainment Director Bill Kolter. “Their vocals and live performance were incredible.” “Peters Bros. Paving makes it possible for us to bring top-notch entertainment like ‘One More Girl’ to Peachfest ...

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

ABORIGINAL VILLAGE

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or the past six years, the Aboriginal Cultural Village (ACV) has been one of the highlights at the Penticton Peach Festival. The Village, in Gyro Park, operates Aug. 9-10, 2013. The event is co-sponsored by Penticton Indian Band, Fortis BC, the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, and by Canada through Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, as well as local contributors, Bank of Montreal, Greenwood Forest Products and TD Canada Trust. The free family event begins Friday, Aug. 9 with the Pow Wow. Performer registration begins at 12 noon, with Grand Entry at 1 p.m. The Pow Wow continues Friday to 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Then on Saturday, from 5-7:30 p.m., is the ‘Honoring our Women’ event, showcasing local talent as well as renowned Aboriginal performers. The headline performers on Saturday night include Andrea Menardall and Kristi Lane Sinclair. Menardall is a multi-taltented Metis performer who is an actor, singer and songwriter. She has released three award winning albums and has been nominated for three Gemini Awards. Sinclair, who is originally from Haida Gwaii, combines grunge, folk and classical music. She Kristi Lane Sinclair will perform in Gyro Park at 6:30p.m. ACV spokesperson Barbara Jagodics said there will be several activities in the park including a Children Tee-Pee Storytelling venue as well as contests such as Tiny Tots dance, Best Bannock and ‘Everyone can Dance’ throughout the Pow Wow. The Pow Wow includes performance troupe Dances with Lightning, which features Gary Abbott and his sons, Sebastian and Alexander. The trio has performed throughout Canada and The United States. Gary placed sixth at last year’s World Hoop Dancing Championships. Dancing with Lightning will also appear on the Peach Festival main stage, in Okanagan Lake Park, on Aug. 7 at 2:30 p.m. and Aug. 8 at 2:10 p.m. Talented local performers at the ACV include Levi Bent and family, Russell Podgurny, Robyn Kruger and many more. For more information contact Barbara Jagodics at bjagodics@msn.com.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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he 30th annual RONA Sandcastle Competition is scheduled Thursday, Aug. 8, at Skaha Beach. The sandcastle event is held in conjunction with the 66th annual Penticton Peach Festival. Proceeds from the competition go to a variety of local and international projects. The event gets under way at 5:30 p.m. Kids’s Teams (12 and under) are allocated one hour while all other categories are allowed two hours to complete their sandcastle before judging begins. Entry fees are: Corporate Challenge teams $50; Family/ friends teams $25; youth teams (13-16) $20; and Kids’s teams $10. The prize money includes: Family/friends $250; youth $200; kids $100; and corporate challenge, $500 donated to the charity of their choice. Spokesman Matt Kenyon said they can accommodate up to 22 teams. “The only way to guarantee a spot for your team is to sign up in advance,” Kenyon said. He added that they are hoping for several new entries in the Corporate Challenge category. “It is a lot of fun,” Kenyon said. “And the winning corporate team earns $500 for their favorite charity.”

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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he 10th annual Sheila Bishop Memorial Wooden Bat Slopitch Tournament will be held Aug. 10 and 11 as part of the 66th annual Penticton Peach Festival. Up to 16 teams are expected to play in the tourney at Lions Park. Tournament Chairman Paul Borba said the co-ed event takes players back to the early days of sloptich. “Everyone uses a wooden bat….just like the old days,” Borba said. One of the highlights of the tournament is a home run hitting contest on Sunday. There will also be a silent auction, raffles and a beverage garden. All proceeds from the tournament go to local charities. In the first nine years, more than $26,000 has been donated. Spectators are welcome.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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he Peach Trio, will perform twice per day in the center of Okanagan Lake Park. The trio are members of the Vancouver Circus School’s Inner Ring Circus. “We are thrilled to have this type of family act coming to Peach Festival,” said Bill Kolter, the long-time entertainment director of Peachfest. “People of all ages will love this show.” The Peach Trio includes Nigel Wakita, Meregon Kiddo and Jonathan Ferland-Velois. Wakita was born and raised in Vancouver. At the age of 13, he was given his first yo-yo and the rest is history. He won the freestyle division at the 2001 Canadian Yo-Yo Championships and has captured numerous awards in Canada and the U.S. during the past decade. But Wakita does much more than spin a yo-yo. His repertoire includes unicycle, contact juggling and toss juggling. Kiddo will thrill spectators with her aerial performance. She is the Aerial Silk Ring Master Coach at the Vancouver Circus School. Meregon has been performing as a professional aerialist for five years.

Ferland-Velois began competitive gymnastics in 1995. He went on to compete at the Canadian Gymnastics Championships five times, winning titles in parallel bars and rings. His strength enables Jonathan to perform incredible acrobatics.

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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OFFICIAL PEACH FESTIVAL GUIDE • PENTICTON WESTERN NEWS Friday, August 2, 2013

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ew headliners get invited back to the Penticton Peach Festival in consecutive years. But, Killarney is returning for a third time, to end the festival, on Sunday, Aug. 11. “People of all ages love Killarney,” said Peachfest Entertainment Director Bill Kolter. “Their talent, song list and energy have made them one of our most popular bands.” Killarney emigrated from Ireland to Canada in the mid-1970s and quickly became one of the most popular touring bands in the country. At one point, Killarney had a weekly television show on CBC-TV. As they settled on the west coast, they began playing regularly at the Blarney Stone, in Vancouver’s Gastown area. In fact they have now been the house band at the Blarney Stone for more than 25 years….which qualifies them as the longest serving house band in the world. At the Blarney Stone, their capacity crowds are comprised mostly of college students and young adults, but they are also popular with Baby Boomers. Kolter said, “It doesn’t matter how old you are, you’ll be clapping your hands and stomping your feet.” In addition to playing a wide variety of Irish folk and classic rock, one of Killarney’s three lead singers sound exactly like a music legend. “John Cronin sounds exactly like Neil Diamond,” Kolter said.

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