All-Candidates Forum

Here are the video links to the answers filmed by our three candidates to the questions given by
local residents. Thanks to our intrepid board members for travelling across our region to collect
answers from our drop off envelopes, and thanks to those who emailed responses to us at the Chamber of

Here are the responses in the order in which they were received:

Green Candidate Owen Madden

Liberal Candidate Greg Kyllo

NDP Candidate Sylvia Lindgren


Friday Fright Nights


Have a socially distant scare this autumn with Friday Fright Nights for Every Friday of October, at the Quilakwa RV Park from  6 pm- 8 pm, and help the food bank! Quilakwa RV Park is our latest addition to Scarecrows on the Street.

This is a volunteer based event at the park where guests can take advantage of an Outdoor scary movie & popcorn, haunted trail, Scary Zone, Roasting guests’ own hot dogs at separate haunted sites.

Get some bannock & hot chocolate or get your photo taken with Barry the Scarecrow!

October Fright Nights are a $5 drop in fee that gives one access to their own campsite.  $1 per ticket admission to the other events.

Join hosts Ashley and Bryce Tarves for a great weekend of safe, holiday fun! “We are so happy we are now involved with scarecrow on the street,” Ashley says, and has added a great new promotion to help out our Food Bank and have some Hallowe’en fun:

” Anyone who brings food donations on our Friday fright nights gets 5 free tickets” for events once you’ve got in the door!

Check out our interactive map here, to find Quilakwa RV Park and all our other great sites!

Social Media for Business 101

We will be hosting an extra Social Media for Business 101 this month!

If you’re a small business owner who would like to learn about how to make social media sites,

post to them and get likes, shares and boost your search engine results – FREE – attend our seminar

on Monday, Oct 19 at 6 pm at the Visitors’ Center.

Learn how to use Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and other popular platforms, and get

them working for your business.

Please RSVP at or call 250-838-6727 to reserve your space, as seats are limited.

Cost is $2 for non-chamber members, and free for chamber members.


See you there!

Get Your Questions In Today!

Our All-Candidates’ Forum questionnaires are piling up here at the Chamber office, with some fascinating,

heart-felt and engaging questions for our local candidates. The Deadline to get your questions in to the Chamber of

Commerce is Friday, Oct 16 at 4 pm – you can email us at (please use subject line Forum)

or visit IGA, Ashton Creek Store, Enderby Jewellers, Animal InsTincT Yoga Studio, Seniors’ Center to pick up your

paper question form. Fill it in and drop it off at the above locations, and we will help ensure your voice is heard!


Scarecrows on the Street Live Map

It’s time to start voting for your favorite Scarecrow display!

Grab some non-perishable food items for your ‘votes’ and take a walk, bike ride or scoot around Enderby using our interactive map below. Vote by placing food items in the totes that accompany the displays – you can vote with a number of items to show how much you like the scarecrow 🙂

Keep checking the map until October 27th, when votes will be tallied and a winner announced.

Businesses can win a promotional package for the winter, and residents can win Enderbucks – $150 in total prizes!

Join Enderby businesses like Enderby & District Museum, Courtyard Gallery, Animal InsTincT Yoga and Shuswap Insurance in our downtown scarecrow extravaganza – take a walk, vote on your favorites, and help the community.

Send your entry form by Friday to and your residence or business will be added to the map.


Agriculture Assistance with REACH

Visit our partners in prosperity, Community Futures, for more information on how the agricultural

sector can receive assistance for restructuring and recovery. With a variety of programs designed to

help agri-business diversify, recover and stay resilient, Community Futures and the Enderby & District

Chamber of Commerce are here to assist this vital sector of our regional economy.

Curling Registration


$35.00 off First-time Curlers who join a full-time league

1st League – Full Price 2nd League – 15% off (-$191.00) 3rd & More League Free Max for 2 or More Leagues $416.00

Membership fees include CurlBC Affiliation Dues, Insurance and $10.00 toward a Curling Contingency Fund.

Arrive October 9 and/or 10 to pay for your league costs, fees, get a refreshment and learn about the season!


Registration is at 1065 Kate St, Enderby, BC.


NOTE: All league fees are due October 30, 2020, after which time a $25.00 penalty will be applied.

Please read the Curling Club’s Waiver form at before curling!

Fees & Dues *
League Memberships (Pick All You Wish to Attend)
Locker Rental $25.00
I have read and understood the Enderby & District Curling Club's Waiver Form:


Red Cross Grants in Action

The Enderby & District Curling Club got a helping hand from the Red Cross-

several hundred helping hands, in fact!

Clyde MacGregor,  General Manager of the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce, assisted our local curling club

to procure operating assistance provisions from the Red Cross, including these packaged PPE kits

featuring gloves and masks. With over 390 lbs of PPE, the Curling Club can help ensure that everyone

can exercise, share in community and keep a Canadian tradition alive this winter… and most of all, keep safe.


Without help from organizations such as the Red Cross, procuring PPE like these, plexiglass screens, sanitizing

and safety supplies would be a crippling expense for community groups like Enderby & District Curling Club.

Without these groups, our community will go without the fellowship and fitness it needs to stay healthy.


Curling is a fine sport of strategy, skill and a bit of luck that is an excellent way to stretch, to think and to have fun!

If bending low is a bit of an issue these days, stick curling allows one to send that beautiful granite gliding down

the ice without taking the curler’s knee – and it’s a great way to learn about the game, too!


A fine tradition in Canada, Curling is set to have a new renaissance as younger generations seek out sports and

activities that provide a much-needed break from all that screen time… and thanks to the Red Cross, our local

curling club can help you have fun, safely!


Why not contact the Curling Club today for more information about their seasons and leagues – it’s not as hard

as you think, and much more fun than you might expect! The Curling Club can now continue to offer its complete

array of lessons and skills training as well as league options – get to know your community, and have some winter fun!



Your Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce is available for grant, loan and bursary application assistance; one of many

benefits we offer to members and the community! Contact us today to see how we can help you make your own season happen!

Beautiful Evening in Belvidere Park

In conjunction with Tsuts’weye, the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce hosted a wonderful, socially distant, outdoor event

for women in Enderby who are part of all aspects of the business and work community.

The Small Axe Roadhouse, owned by Sarah Dudley, provided an amazing takeaway repast of tacos and bread pudding, and all the attendees

got a chance to talk about their journey to business, their challenges from COVID-19 and the commonalities shared between them.

Look for more small social events hosted by the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce throughout the autumn, and more from Tsuts’weye held

in conjunction with the Chamber.

Scarecrows on the Street in Enderby!

Announcing our fall community event – Scarecrows on the Street! We are promoting for the first year the long-running community decorating contest which has taken Armstrong by storm, and are happy to have all proceeds go to Feed Enderby & District Food Bank!
Decorate your home or business with HANDMADE scarecrows and fall decor, and then share your address with the Chamber to be included on our interactive (and print) map! Voting begins October 5th, so get decorating today – top displays get Enderbucks prizes donated by the City of Enderby, and perhaps more importantly, bragging rights!
Thanks to Armstrong-Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce for sharing this great idea with us, and thanks to the City of Enderby for its support.
We look forward to seeing your displays for autumn – it’s a great, socially distant community event!
You can read the contest rules in the downloadable PDF here – fill out the entry form online and email it to
drop it off at the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce building at 702 Railway Street in the box marked “SCARECROWS ON THE STREET ENTRIES” starting tomorrow!
Download our promotional poster here: