Exposition

The Okanagan Military Tattoo Exposition

The Okanagan Military Tattoo Exposition features exhibits from community groups and is located on the walkway in Kal Tire Place. The Expo will be open two hours prior to the shows starting, so you have lots of time to visit the exhibitors.

There will be something for everyone to see and enjoy. Come early, get a good parking spot; wander through the Exposition before the huge cast of the Okanagan Military Tattoo emerges through the castle doors.

Veterans Affairs Canada image galleries.

There will be something for everyone to see and enjoy. Come early, get a good parking spot, and wander through the Exposition. Remember that Expo is free with your show admission.

 
 

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Army Navy and Air Force Spitfire Unit #5

The Army Navy and Air Force Veterans Club offers you the opportunity to belong to Canada’s oldest Veteran and Community Service Organization in Canada.  We offer a warm welcoming atmosphere for all to enjoy. http://anafvetsunit5.ca/

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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA DRAGOONS

is a Primary Reserve, Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment of the Canadian Forces based in Kelowna and Vernon British Columbia. The Regiment trains locally with the TAPV, G-Wagons and various other vehicles. Training involves a wide range of actives centered around Armoured Reconnaissance. Fully trained members are able to fight both mounted in vehicles and dismounted on foot using a wide variety of tactics. They are also able to conduct surveillance and close reconnaissance tasks. The BCD is always hiring intelligent, fit and confident men and women with an interest in a dynamic and challenging part time career  The British Columbia Dragoons (bcdragoons.army)

The British Columbia Dragoons coming to Okanagan Military Tattoo 2018

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CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION – Vernon & District

Over the past 60 years, our local Canadian Mental Health Association has built a community of support for people living with mental health challenges. From education to housing to employment, we are here for more than 2,000 people in our community. Our youngest participant is 7. Our oldest is over 75. Every day, we gather together to live our experiences and manage our struggles. We cook and share meals, we run social enterprises, we explore the beauty of nature, we educate and we learn. Every day, we strive to shine a light on mental health and come together as a caring community to empower and support those who live with mental health challenges and their families who care for them. Mental health begins where we work, live, and play. While we focus on critical support services, we also lead with a new direction to empower organizations, companies and individuals to live better lives by addressing mental health and wellness issues in the workplace, at home and in the community.  For more information please visit our website at: www.vernon.cmha.bc.ca

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CITY DANCE STUDIO

We teach Tango, Ballroom, Latin, Swing and Country styles, both group and private lessons, year round. We rent our studio for events and offer our services, both teaching lessons and performing, for private group classes and parties. Contact us at 250-307-4955 or [email protected] https://citydance.ca/

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Halina Activity Centre

The Halina Centre offers programs and themed events for Vernon, BC residents aged 50 and over, as well as their guests. We invite you to drop in to check out our wide range of social, educational and recreational programs. We’re a registered charity (formerly known as the Vernon Senior Citizens Recreational Society), with a convenient location behind in the Vernon Recreational Complex. https://www.halinacentre.com

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Men’s Shed Vernon

The Men’s Shed Vernon is a collaborative environment where men work shoulder-to-shoulder to create a variety of projects for themselves and community organizations. By sharing skills & knowledge members create rewarding friendships and experience an increase in physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing – all while giving back to the community. https://www.mensshedvernon.ca/

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MILITARY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE – MAINLAND BC

Mainland BC Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) Military families face a unique intersection of challenges: extended separation from loved ones, frequent relocations, and elevated risk in the military member’s work. The Mainland BC MFRC is a not-for-profit organization that provides the resources and services to help families meet these challenges and thrive. www.bcmfrc.com

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FEDERAL RETIREES

The National Association of Federal Retirees (NAFR) has been in existence for 55 years, first known as Federal Superannuates National Association (FSNA).  The name was changed in 2014 to NAFR.  With 176,000 members from coast-to-coast, we have a solid record of strong, smart advocacy campaigns that seek to protect our members hard earned pensions & benefits as well as those of all Canadians. This year the NAFR has named 4 key priorities:  Support for Veterans & their families, prioritize Pharmacare, National Seniors Strategy & Retirement Income Security. Our Branches across Canada & their volunteers are working to make this organization a presence & to ensure that these issues are front & center on the political agenda at the fall election in Oct./2019.  Can we count on your support??? Come chat with us at the Expo to find out more about these issues & membership eligibility.  New members are always most welcome.

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THE OKANAGAN MILITARY MUSEUM

Opened in 1999 to interpret the contributions of Okanagan citizens to Canada’s rich military history with emphasis on the British Columbia Dragoons and World Wars One and Two. We are located downtown in the Kelowna Memorial Arena, itself a 70 year ‘Living Memorial’ dedicated to the Fallen in World War Two. We are the primary venue for archival and library materials and artifacts documenting the diverse experiences and service of Canadian men and women, from the North Okanagan to the US border over the past century. See us online and on Facebook. We look forward to your visit.
Photos: Murals and trophy gun outside the OMM; WW 1 display case.
Credit: Okanagan Military Museum 2018
https://www.kelownamuseums.ca/
https://www.kelownamuseums.ca/museums/the-okanagan-military-museum/

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THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN RANGERS

is an Army Reserve infantry regiment of 39 Canadian Brigade Group garrisoned in Kamloops, B.C. at the J.R. Vicars Armoury, with a Company in Prince George. The Rocky Mountain Rangers – Canada.ca

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Rocky Mountain Rangers Book author Len Gamble

Do you like Canadian Military History?

If so, you will enjoy Len Gamble’s latest book titled, “The First World War’s 172nd Battalion Rocky Mountain Ranger”

Len will be selling his book  on the walkway above “J” Section, for just $20.00.

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Royal Canadian Legion-Branch #25

The Royal Canadian Legion is dedicated to supporting Veterans and their families in need, honouring those who sacrificed for our country and providing essential services within our communities. Our mission is to serve Veterans, including serving military and RCMP members and their families, to promote Remembrance, and to serve our communities and our country. https://legionbranch25ssm.com/

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Santa’s Anonymous Society

Santa’s Anonymous Society….”Putting Big Smiles on Little Faces” Helping needy children of the North Okanagan since 1989. http://www.santasanonymousnok.ca/

Santa's Anonymous Society

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