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May 26, 2017

“Country roads take me home…” this song by John Denver could have been  inspired by the route to Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia. Just substitute Lillooet Ranges for Blue Ridge Mountains and the mighty Fraser for Shenandoah River. Harrison Hot Springs: favourite getaway for locals and tourists: There could be no more appropriate song running through my head while driving to Agassiz, a small community located in the Upper Fraser Valley region

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March 21, 2017

Harrison Hot Springs welcomes the second, highly successful food and wine tasting event, Uncorked, April 21 to ­23.
Curated by chefs from local Harrison favorites,
such as Muddy Water's Café, Morgan's Bistro, Rowena's Inn, and the Harrison Corner Café,
guests will enjoy farm­ fresh meats, cheeses, and vegetables,
paired with hand ­crafted wines from our esteemed local wine region. Add a vintage flair and that is Uncorked.
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October 11, 2016

Sip and celebrate Craft Beer Month in Harrison HotSprings as 24 BC breweries
gather toshare their finest beer, new releases, seasonal favourites, and cask
ales. Fromfriendly competitions to Celtic tunes and traditional fare to
Oktoberfestdancing, this festival sells out every year.
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June 7, 2016

Tourism Harrison is unveiling its new brand identity for the Harrison Hot Springs region on Friday, June 17th.
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February 9, 2016

Harrison Hot Springs will host its inaugural two-day destination food and wine event.
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August 13, 2012

Bands on the Beach returns as a two day free musical festival on the Harrison Lake Beach


May 29th

Sasquatch Country Adventures opens first season
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April 6th 2012

The Sasquatch returns to Harrison Hot Springs
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Summer Dhillon
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