Sunshine Snowfest

Sunshine Snowfest Poster

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Date(s) - February 18, 2023
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Sunshine Valley Community Centre

(22 km East of Hope, BC)

  • Live Music
  • Community Art Project
  • Outdoor Skating
  • Food And Beverages


Stage Schedule:


1:00 pm Ben Cottrill
2:30 pm Norman Foote
4:00 pm Stone Pour
6:00 pm Bobby Bruce as Nearly Neil

Norman Foote with Big Rosa

Performing from the main stage at 2:30 pm
Norman Foote

This celebrated performer from Vancouver, BC has created a special niche in the music world and amassed a cross-generational following. His musicality is like no other, mixing clever hooks, witty wordplay and comedy all to great effect. His accolades include SOCAN’s Best Songwriter Award, US Parents’ Choice Awards, and National Publications Parenting Awards’ Gold Award, and most recently a JUNO for his cd “Love my new Shirt.” Norman has written and recorded songs for Disney Records, Shari Lewis, CBC, Max and Ruby musical and many others. He has performed and worked with millions of people throughout North America, inspiring creativity through his songs, stories and innovative props.

Presenting Norman Foote


SVRA serving homemade soup & sandwich meals

Family Day Weekend (Saturday)
11:30 am – 2:00 pm
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
SVCRS Auditorium


Sunshine Valley Fire Rescue Music Bingo Night

Saturday, February 18th
Holiday Trails Great Room
Admission: $10.00
Doors open @ 6:30
Music Bingo @ 7:30 pm
(Know the song, stamp your card)
Bingo game cards for $1.00ea donation.
50/50 draw! Silent Auction!
Lots of prizes!
Sorry… no minors.


Tashme Historical Society

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Sunshine Valley Tashme Museum

The Sunshine Valley Tashme Museum will be welcoming Sunshine Snowfest guests from 10 am to 4 pm.
14781 Alpine Boulevard
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We wish to thank artist Terry Ananny for graciously allowing us to use one of her artworks for our poster.
Canadian artist Terry Ananny’s colourful paintings of hockey, children at play and seasonal village scenes have been capturing the spirit and joy of Canadian life for over three decades. The artist’s early years spent in summer on Lake Muskoka and travelling to Quebec enriched her with life long impressions of the spectacular Canadian landscape and diverse Canadian culture.
Painting of Children Skiing by Terry Ananny
Her paintings can be found in the collections of Canadian Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and the Government of Canada and are also seen in many corporate collections such as hospitals, boardrooms and sports leagues. Her work has been reproduced on UNICEF and Hallmark Christmas cards and was commissioned for a Canadian coin design in 2000. Some of her work in the Ottawa area can be seen at Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ottawa Hosipital, CHEO, Wilson House and the Ottawa Senators.
Check out her other work at