Join us for the Okanagan premiere of ‘Dirt Relations’.  This full-length documentary, tells the story of three men: Patrick Lucas, Thomas Schoen, and Tom Eustache of the Simpcw First Nation and how they formed an unlikely friendship to create the Indigenous Youth Mountain Bike Program (IYMBP). We follow along as they travel to First Nations to build trails, share epic rides and learn what it means to become allies and accomplices in reconciliation. We learn what it means to become Dirt Relations. View the trailer on YouTube

Showtime: 7:30 pm, Thursday, May 2nd at the Naramata Centre

Dinner Option: Twisted Chopsticks Food Truck will be on-site from 5:30-7:30 pm ($20/person, cash only)

Your choice of several tasty entrees: Thai Coco Curry Bowl, Samurai Terriyaki Bowl, Ginger Bowl, Chow Mein, Pad Thai, and Panko Fish & Chips
Soft drinks are also included. All for just $20/person including tax and gratuity. (cash only)