And the winners of the Lumby Days buttons are…..
Prize of $250 = #0319 (Krista Reade)
Prize of $500 = #1093 (Nadine Van Dierman)
Prize of $1000 = #0053 (Wendy Sherman)Lumby-Days-Colouring-Contest
Download and print or pick up the colouring contest from the Village of Lumby Office. Completed entries are due Wednesday, June 7th at 3:00 at the Village of Lumby Office. The prizes are ride wristbands!
Changes! This year we have changed the cost of our buttons to $5. But we have also changed our prizes:
1st Prize = $1 000
2nd Prize = $500
3rd Prize = $250
Your support helps bring entertainment to our festival and allow Lumby Days to continue. Good luck!
Past Lumby Days Themes
| 1998 Wheels of Diversity|
1999 End of an Era
2000 Family Days
2001 Frontier Days
2002 Country Living
2003 Skateboard Action
2004 Extreme Sports/Moto Cross
2005 50th Annual (Logging Show)
2006 Lumby Air Races
2007 Fish & Wildlife
2008 BC 150 Years Celebration
2009 50 Years of Lumby Wildlife
| 2010 1950’s|
2011 Our Forests @ Work & Play
2012 Mexican Fiesta
2013 High Tech Redneck
2014 Flower Power
2015 It’s Movie Time
2016 Celebrate our History
2017 Canada’s 150th
2018 Mardi Gras
2020 Happy Days
2022 Happy Days…Finally!
The Village of Lumby is located 25km east of Vernon in the beautiful North Okanagan in the province of British Columbia, Canada.
Exact location of Lumby:
50o15’N and 118 o 58’W The nearest international airport is in Kelowna, a 40 minute drive from Lumby.
From the West Coast, Lumby is easily accessed by car via the Coquihalla Highway (Route 5 – Vancouver to Merritt), the Coquihalla connector (Route 97C – Merritt to Kelowna), on to Vernon (Highway 97) and then East on Highway 6 to Lumby.
From Spokane , the easiest route is through Osoyoos (Highway 97 to Vernon). From Calgary or Banff, the TransCanada Highway (Route 1) takes you to Revelstoke, then Highway 97a to Vernon.