INCORPORATED 75 YEARS | 1945 -2020
The Town of Oliver, with its rich agricultural history and internationally recognized wineries, is located in the heart of the South Okanagan. Oliver is Canada’s Wine Capital.
Our Town offers:
- Arena, Facilities and an outdoor Pool (Oliver Parks & Recreation)
- Attractions and Tours (Oliver Tourism Association)
- Beach (Tuc-el-Nuit Lake)
- Parks and Amenities
- Wineries (Oliver/Osoyoos Winery Association)
Learn more about Oliver:
What is the One Hundred X One Hundred/x̌cəcikst X x̌cəcikst project?
The year 2021 marks 100 years of the Oliver community, a community formed on and shaped by the ancestral, traditional, and unceded territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation, whose history stretches back 10,000 years. In late 2020, a project entitled “One Hundred X One Hundred/x̌cəcikst X x̌cəcikst” was launched, and the providing an opportunity to explore our roots and share wisdom to build a stronger shared community, a deeper connection to the land, and to grow our future together for generations to follow.
What is the 100×100 Festival?
From August 13th-22nd, organizations across the community will be hosting events and opportunities to get outdoors, enjoy art, listen to music, and explore our community.
For a full calendar of events click here: 100×100 – Oliver Parks & Recreation (oliverrecreation.ca)
Craig Baird the creator of Canadian History Ehx has released a Podcast on the history of The Town of Oliver. Please listen and take a trip down memory lane.