Well Spring has sprung in Harrison!  The daffodils are in full bloom and the warmer weather is here.  Easter had the place packed full it looked like a mid-summer weekend on the beach with people coming out to enjoy the views and warm weather!  The annual Tulip Festival is right around the corner. If you have never attended you should as it is a sight you could never imagine until you actually see it firsthand, with hundreds of acres of Tulips in full bloom.  This event runs from the 17th of April until the blooms are gone (usually about 2 weeks).

Sasquatch Days will be held on June 8th.  This event will include bringing the local First Nations Band Sts’ailes back to the Village of Harrison Hot Springs for two days of games, fun and excitement. This intercultural celebration will include canoe races, traditional salmon barbeque, medicine walks, cultural boat tours, arts & craft activities, games, entertainment and most importantly talks on the Sasquatch from Sts’ailes experts and local Harrison Hot Springs Sasquatch investigators.

The annual Festival of the Arts is being held from July 6-14th. For 35 years the Harrison Festival of the Arts has presented the best in Canadian and International performing and visual arts in a setting free of large crowds, line-ups and high ticket prices. Enjoy Festival activities set against the magnificent mountains and sandy beaches of Harrison Lake, while experiencing the many fine restaurants, shops and other attractions offered by the beautiful, lakeside Village of Harrison Hot Springs. The Festival is an event the whole family can enjoy featuring music from all corners of the globe, as well as visual and literary arts, theatre, a large outdoor art and craft market, workshops and a special day for children.

With all these events and more coming up, this Spring and Summer will be something you won’t want to miss out on!!!  See you soon at the Beach!