What is the ArtWalk Festival?

The 31sh Annual Lake Country ArtWalk will take place on September 7 & 8, 2024, the festival takes place during hours from 10:00 to 5:00 each day, with some special events extending into the evening on Saturday.

For two days every September, the Lake Country Community Complex transforms into a festival of creativity.
ArtWalk attracts over 7000+ attendees and features displays of visual and performing arts from 200+ Okanagan artists, hands-on children's activities, live artist demonstrations, workshops, a live art auction and a delicious menu of food and beverages.

ArtWalk's Mission

Lake Country ArtWalk is a community festival that is produced in order to meet two specific goals:
1. To support artists
2. To provide meaningful and rich arts experiences for the general public.
Lake Country ArtWalk is a sanctioned community event, and is planned and produced entirely by volunteers.

The ArtWalk Experience

Art, Art and Art!

It's a feast for the art-lovers eyes - 200+ talented Okanagan artists showcase and sell their original works over two days.

Live Performances

Get your dancing shoes on at one of our four stages and enjoy live entertainment from local musicians, dancers and more.

Family-Friendly Fun

Let your children's imagination soar at a hands-on art activity. ArtWalk is an adventure for the whole family to experience!

Food & Beverage

Dabble in culinary creativity - visit one of our two food courts for a delicious meal from one of many local food trucks.

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Find us.

ArtWalk takes place at the Lake Country Community Complex (Inside George Elliot Secondary School).
10241 Bottom Wood Lake Road, Lake Country BC

Contact us.


Mail: Lake Country ArtWalk, PO Box 41079, Lake Country, BC V4V 1Z7

Telephone: 250-766-4406 (Chairperson’s telephone)

Email us.

Land Acknowledgement 

As the Lake Country ArtWalk Planning Committee and the community of volunteers, we would like to acknowledge that we live, work, and create on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territory of the Syilx (Okanagan) peoples who have lived on and been custodians of this land since time immemorial and continue to do so to the present day. We are grateful for the opportunities and living that are nourished by these lands and respectfully reflect on our responsibilities as we are in relationship to this land and its Indigenous Peoples.