2018 AGM Spousal Program


62nd Annual General Meeting & Convention

-Spousal Program-

Registrations are now OPEN!

This year the AGM’s Spousal Program will take spouses on the tour of Kamloops’ rich heritage and pivotal role in provincial coordination as well as a little fun.


Friday, April 13, 2018 – Saturday, April 14, 2018.


$120 – 2 Days

  $60 – 1 Day 


Click here.


2018 AGM Spousal Program Registration Form



The Spousal Program will include the following activities:

Day 1: Friday, April 13, 2018

Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park

The museum houses the rich cultural history of the Secwepemc People. Attractive exhibits incorporate the oral history and legends of the Secwepemc People, along with historical photographs, illustrations and artifacts. On display you will find a birch bark, dug out canoe and displays on hunting, fishing, clothing, games, food gathering, and cooking. Outdoor cultural displays in the 12-acre heritage park on the banks of the South Thompson River are a natural compliment to the museum.

More than a kilometer of trails leads visitors through the archaeological remains of a 2000-year-old Secwepemc winter village. The site includes four reconstructed winter pit houses, hunting lean-tos, fish drying racks, fish traps, a smoke house, traditional plant foods, and a summer village. The Secwepemc Ethnobotanical Gardens, located in the heritage park, represents the ecosystem found within the Secwepemc Territory. Interpretive signs located at each garden describe the ecosystem in which the plants grow naturally.

Learn more about the Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park here.


Lunch at Dorian Greek House

Known for their generous portions and goal of customer satisfaction, Dorian Greekhouse Restaurant is Kamloop’s premiere choice for Greek cuisine. Locally owned by Diane and Jim Dokolas, Dorian’s Greekhouse has served Kamloops for over 15 years.     


Kamloops Fire Centre

Located close to the Kamloops Airport, the Kamloops Fire Centre coordinates the wildfire response across south central BC. The Kamloops Fire Centre’s jurisdiction reaches from Blue River (in the north) to the U.S. border (in the south) and from Bridge River (in the west) to the Monashee Mountains (in the east).     


Day 2: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Kamloops Courthouse Gallery

The Kamloops Courthouse Gallery is co-operative art gallery that was founded in 2007 by a small group of dedicated artists from the Kamloops area. The is intended to provide a location for member artists to sell their work while offering the Kamloops area and its visitors the opportunity to view different forms of visual and functional art. The gallery also aims to educate present and future artists through offering demonstrations and workshops.

Spouses will take part in one of the gallery’s classes as part of their visit.


Lunch at Brownstone Restaurant

Being a Kamloops landmark since 2004, Brownstone offers a warm, neighborhood restaurant feel. Brownstone is set in the historic 1904 Canadian Bank of Commerce building and was once the workplace of poet, Robert Service.

Aside from simply dining at Brownstone, spouses will also be entertained by a fashion show by 406 Sportwear and The Look Boutique.



Shopping at: 

406 Sportswear

For over 30 years, 406 Sportswear has served Kamloops with a wide array of women’s clothing. 406 promises high quality comfortable clothing with casual elegance.

Learn more about 406 Sportswear here. 

The Look Boutique

Carrying unique designer brands such as Joseph Ribkoff, Frank Lyman, Simon Chang, Stella Carakasi, Color Me Cotton, Soya Concept, Second Denim, IDO, Miko, Cativa, and Dolce Vita, The Look Boutique offers “Clothing for the mature woman who likes to have fun.”

Learn more about The Look Boutique here.