The Okanagan Valley is a treasured destination for get-away seekers in Canada. Sprawling across the mountainous southern interior of British Columbia, from Vernon to Osoyoos, it boasts 176 km of enjoyable attractions—from the relaxing to the adventurous. It is renowned for its clear water, scenic mountains, vineyards, fruit orchards, sandy beaches and variety of outdoor activities. The autumn harvest of apples, pears, plums and grapes abound around Feast-time. Popular activities throughout the valley include nature walks, hiking, biking, golﬁng, boating, winery tours, zip lines, amusement parks, go carting and shopping in the many charming communities.
We are returning to the Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos, located at the very southern end of the Okanagan valley. This facility is convenient for Feast-goers with comfortable accommodations on-site where services are held. Both the accommodations and the meeting space are handicap-accessible.
From the Watermark, one can either walk out onto the beachfront or into the town center. Food is conveniently obtained at neighboring markets, eateries and shops—all within easy walking distance. Restaurants in Osoyoos include various cuisine, including pizza shops, pubs, fast-food and ﬁne dining at wineries and resorts. (Please be advised to check on the current British Columbia COVID-19 restrictions. (Link Here)
The opening night service will be a coming together occasion to set the Feast in motion with a welcome video and an uplifting opening message from the Feast coordinator. The first service will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9. The dress is Sabbath wear.
Service and activity information will be posted as the details become available.