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Support Local in Osoyoos This Season

Whether you’re near or far, supporting local businesses in Osoyoos is easy. Destination Osoyoos has compiled a great list of ways to support local in Osoyoos to help you shop, eat, and drink locally this season. If you don’t live in or around the South Okanagan, you can contact many of our local businesses to order products and services, or purchase a gift card to be used on your next visit. Be sure to check out our list of What’s Open in Osoyoos.

Here are just a few ways that you can support local this season:

1. Buy baked goods

Freshly Made Cinnamon Buns from The Lake Village Bakery

Save yourself the mess that comes with mixing. Osoyoos has some amazing bakeries in town offering sweet treats. Fresh bread, pain au chocolat, macarons, cookies, and cinnamon buns are just a few special sweets that you can find this season.

2. Order wine for pickup or delivery

Osoyoos LaRose Wine – Photo by the BC Wine Institute

Wine delivered straight to your door? Sign us up! It has never been easier to give the gift of cheer, with many of our Oliver-Osoyoos and Similkameen wineries offering discounted shipping, contactless pick-up, and much more. Click here for more information.

3. Treat someone (or yourself) to a much needed spa day

Osoyoos is known as a destination for relaxation, so let the stresses of the winter season melt away at one of our local spas or salons. If you live locally, treat yourself or your loved one to some much needed pampering. Many of our local spas also offer gift cards online so that you can plan ahead for future travel.

4. Eat Like a Local

Dine with your core bubble at our local restaurants, like Miradoro at Tinhorn Creek.

At this time, many of our local restaurants and cafes are offering modified dine-in services in addition to takeout and delivery options. If you don’t live locally, you can order a gift card for a loved one (or yourself!) to use on your next Osoyoos vacation.

5. Shop Main Street

Osoyoos is full of locally owned shops and boutiques, perfect for staying and shopping local. Some retailers are even offering curbside pickup so you can order ahead! Be sure to check out our list of shops here and don’t forget to take a stroll down Main Street to see the beautiful light displays this winter.

6. Send a bouquet

Brighten someone’s day with a special floral arrangement from one of our local flower shops! Our florists offer contactless ordering and delivery within the South Okanagan – making this the perfect surprise for someone living in Osoyoos or Oliver!

These are just a few great ways to support local in Osoyoos this season. For more ideas, see What’s Open in Osoyoos for a full list of businesses and services.

At this time, all non-essential travel should be avoided. This includes travel into and out of BC and between regions of the province. Let’s do our part by following provincial health orders and continuing to support local businesses in accordance with the latest health orders.