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We are clearing out some inventory - costumes, props and lots more! Come on down during Okanogan Days on Saturday, June 4, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and find some treasures. Take home some great new-to-you items and support OVOC!

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OVOC is seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, self-driven individual to be our Coordinator for the next concert season! Knowledge of our organization, operations, and what we offer the community is a vital part of being an excellent Coordinator. The OVOC Coordinator receives a 10-month stipend of $400 per month to work closely with the OVOC board. Job duties include, but are not limited to: attend monthly meetings, design and distribute concert mailings and advertising, solicit concert sponsorships, serve as House Manager for all concerts, and general contact person for OVOC. If this sounds like a good fit for you, please send a letter of interest and resume to the email address below by Friday, June 10. For more information or to apply for the Coordinator position, please email
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Updated: May 1

Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus will present a Mother’s Day Musical Matinee on Sunday, May 8, at 3 p.m. at the Omak Performing Arts Center, featuring a “bouquet of musical variety” from a wide range of local artists.

The show will feature fun selections from Musicals and Americana, pulling from many genres. Among the acts will be groups BrassWorks, Make Up Sax, Citizens and the Sagebrush Gypsies performing some classic and some original pieces.

Taking to the rafters, Tianna Alley will perform an aerial act, as well as sing a classic show tune. Robert Stafford and Kori Thornton will perform an original duet written for a local mom. Karla Walker and Sheila Corson will perform a duet from the musical “Wicked.” Karen Harris, Sandy Vaughn and Linda Colvin will perform as a trio. Kathleen Christensen will play piano. Liberty Linklater will also perform a song.

In non-COVID years, OVOC traditionally held a musical performance that featured a matinee on Mother’s Day, but with the final cancellation of Mamma Mia! this year, the board decided to hold a special event.

“We hope families gather together and come to the PAC this Mother’s Day, taking the time to recognize the special people in their lives,” said Lynn Hoover, OVOC board president.

Tickets are $10 each for adults, free for those 15 and younger. Doors open by 2:30 p.m. Concessions will also be served at intermission. Season tickets or Mamma Mia! tickets will also be accepted at the show.

OVOC is looking forward to a return to a “normal” season in 2022-2023. Updates on upcoming events will be posted on its website,, and on their Facebook and Instagram pages.

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