There will be more than just fireworks to cap off Vernon’s Canada Day on Sunday night.
Four RV4 aerobatic planes — known as the Snowflakes — will make several passes over Okanagan Lake at Kin Beach around 9:15 that night.
Okanagan Skydive will also be attempting a large group formation and landing at the Vernon Airport following the Snowflakes fly-over.
The fireworks show — presented by Craftsman Collision — will start at 10:30, set off from barges on Okanagan Lake
Best viewing sites include Paddlewheel Park, Kin Beach, Bench Road, Bella Vista and Lakeshore roads.
People can listen to choreographed music which will be broadcast on 107.5 Beach Radio during the show.
“It must be a direct FM radio reception rather than cell phone or other online play to be synchronized correctly due to internet delays,” says the organizing committee.
Additional parking is available at Marshall field which is a short walk from the Lakeshore road viewing area
Volunteer cleanup is scheduled for the morning following the fireworks with Vernon Yacht Club and area volunteers.
Innerspace Diving will be doing a cleanup of sunken debris following the show.
Four-thousand glow wristbands to be handed out by Beach Radio Events Crew — donated by Terry Schmauder from Manulife Securities Inc.