Member Groups of the Osoyoos & District Arts Council (O.D.A.C.)

Artists on Main,  Janet Marcotte Music,  Music inn the Park, 
Osoyoos Photography Club,  Osoyoos Potters,  Osooyoos Quilters,
Osoyoos Woodcarvers

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AoM Co-coordinators and Contacts: 

Sharon Leonard     President 
250-495-2019  

Pamela Duncan    Treasurer 
778-246-3451    

Diane Zorn Secretary 
250-495- 4816  

Judy Orthner      Director 
Audrey Burm     Director

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Contact us directly via our  website and  for more about us at: 
 http://aomosoyoos.com

 About  the Artists on Main

Artists on Main Osoyoos has been a contributing to the Osoyoos Arts Community since 1950. From 10 original members, our membership has grown to over sixty in 2020.  Members meet in Studio 89, on the second floor of the Osoyoos Arts Centre at 89th. Ave. and Main St. (Hwy. #3). Just   above THE Art GALLERY Osoyoos.  New Members are always welcome. New and experienced artists are welcome to drop in and meet the members. Yearly membership fee is $25.00   

To register or learn more about this local art group and their activities: workshops, demos, exhibitions or upcoming events please click on the link below:  

 

 

CONTACT

Janet Marcotte 
(250) 495-6487 


 

 Janet Marcotte is a former student of Dorothy Fraser and continues to have the Conservatory Canada exam Center in Osoyoos and is also the president of the South Okanagan Concert Society. 
 
O.D.A.C. Memorial Tribute to Dorothy Fraser 

The Osoyoos and District Arts Council instituted an annual award to promote excellence and achievement in piano as a memorial tribute to Mrs. Dorothy Fraser. The award consists of a perpetual plaque, a keeper trophy and a scholarship of $100. To be eligible for this award, a student must live or take lessons from a teacher in the Osoyoos area and must submit marks from an authorized school of music for any practical examination session during the current year. The award will be presented to the student that submits the documentation to prove that he or she has achieved the highest mark in their exam.  

Mrs. Fraser taught piano in Osoyoos for 49 years before her death in May 1995. During that time, she established the Western Board of Music exam centre in Osoyoos, was active in the Osoyoos and District Arts Council and the South Okanagan Concert Society and was well known as a constant supporter and promoter of the arts. Janet Marcotte is one of her former students. She continues to have the Conservatory Canada exam center in Osoyoos and is also the president of the South Okanagan Concert Society.  

The 2018 Dorothy Fraser Memorial Scholarship Award
Sixteen year old Kaelyn Burton is the 2018 recipient. She achieved the mark of 85% on her Grade Five Conservatory Canada piano exam during the year of 2018. 

The 2016 Dorothy Fraser Memorial Scholarship Award
Amy Lucich is  the 2016 recipient. She achieved the mark of 91% on her Grade One Conservatory Canada piano exam during the year of 2016. 

 

 

VENUE
Gyro Beach  Park, 17 Park Pl, Osoyoos
CONTACT 
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 About Music in the Park

Osoyoos Music in the Park is dedicated to bringing various styles of music and entertainment to Locals and Visitors at our lakeside venue by the main beach. We are volunteer driven with funding by the Town of Osoyoos - BC Resort Municipality Initiative. 

 Osoyoos Music in the Park began as an idea amongst friends in 2015 and has grown exponentially over the course of five seasons. The ten concerts are free and family oriented. The production is totally volunteer driven and Janis St Louis has hung in since the beginning and is the driving force. Roland Berg, a talented musician in his own right, has volunteered for three seasons providing technical support. Debbie Dundass, came on board two seasons ago and does all the promotional work. Together these “Three Amigos” are bringing life to the downtown core during the summer months with the motto:   

If it’s Friday night you know where you need to be.