Arts & Culture
Farmers & Crafters Market
Every Sunday walk, bike, drive or boat your way to Peachland's Heritage Park on Okanagan Lake for the Peachland Farmers & Crafters Market.
Our vendors and local artisans offer their customers "made, baked, grown and unique" products.
The Market has much to catch your eye, scavenger hunts for kids and scheduled special events. Heritage Park, right beside the day wharf on Beach Avenue, is very spacious with picnic areas, the Rotary Pavilion and a great playground. See you Sundays!
Heritage Park, Beach Avenue
Open: May to September
Sunday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Rotary Peace Concerts
The Peachland Rotary Club produces a series of free concerts dedicated to World Peace in Heritage Park at the Rotary Pavilion. Concerts take place on select Sunday afternoons in July and August.
Audiences have topped 300 and were generous with donations going to purchase Shelter Boxes to be used around the world wherever natural disasters make families homeless. See the schedule on the Peachland Rotary Club website.
Heritage Park, Beach Avenue
The unique 8-sided Peachland Baptist Church was constructed, mainly by volunteers, in 1910 and served as a place of worship until 1964. Over the years it has functioned as a temporary Municipal Hall, Parks and Recreation Office, Fire Brigade Hall and Public Library. Since 1980 the building has housed the Peachland Museum.
Hundreds of historical artifacts, photographs, newspapers and documents are on display. Together, they offer a glimpse into the rich history of Peachland and its people. The upper floor of the Museum houses a scale model of the Kettle Valley Railway, as it existed between 1955 and 1965, built and maintained by the Central Okanagan Railway Co.
5890 Beach Avenue
The Little Schoolhouse
Peachland's oldest heritage building built in 1898 on Brandon Lane. It was originally a schoolhouse and church and in 1908 it became St. Margaret's Angelican Church. It now serves as a great venue for community events and is ideal for private functions.
Drop in for Sunday Tea, have dessert on the terrace or browse the art displays. Art shows and demonstrations take place throughout the summer months.
1898 Brandon Lane (off 4th Street)
Peachland Art Gallery
The Peachland Community Arts Council is now showing art exhibits in the Mary Smith Hall, an amazing art gallery in the Historic Primary School building. The gallery was named after Mary Smith who founded the Peachland Arts Group in 1955.
The Peachland Community Arts Council will host a brand new exhibits every eight weeks. Drop by to see the art exhibits by local artists and visiting regional artists.
5684 Beach Avenue
Peachland Historic Mural
The Peachland Historic Mural is painted on the retaining wall where a bedrock bump once extended into the lake. During the highway construction in 1937 dynamite blasting sent two boulders crashing through the roof of Walter's Packinghouse below. The packers were busy on the wharf so luckily no one was hurt.
The mural artist was Peachland resident Robyn Lake; it was sponsored by the Peachland Rotary Club. It shows Hardy Falls, the Wharf, the Packinghouse and downtown scenes of the past and present.
Beach Avenue across from Heritage Park