History of the SS Sicamous with Historian Randy Manual
- Tue • June 25, 2019 • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
- Event Cost: By donation
Whether you are an individual with an interest in local history, or you are a business that is looking for interesting places and things to do, to refer your customers to, we invite you to join us for an hour of engaging stories and intriguing information that will give you a new appreciation for the importance of the SS Sicamous to our local heritage.
Hundreds of man hours and thousands of dollars have been spent to ensure that the SS Sicamous, and the other ships in our care, are made safe and to the highest historic standards for locals and travelers to our city to experience a true step back in time, while learning about the important role this ship had in the development of not only Penticton, but all the communities that it served up and down the entire Okanagan Lake for over 22 years!
Seating is limited, so we do request that you RSVP your attendance by Monday June 24, to ensure that there is enough seating provided.
Please call our office at 250-492-0403 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
- 10:00 am – History of the SS Sicamous by local historian Randy Manuel (Main Dining Hall), Coffee and Snacks Provided
- 11:00 am – Self Guided Tours
Attendance is by donation
We look forward to giving you the full TOUR!
Arlana and Crew, SS Sicamous