Rural Residents E-Business Skills Training


A very sincere thank you to the Regional District of North Okanagan for supporting it’s rural residents in their learning and economic independence endeavours. A healthy and diverse rural economy means prosperity for all of us!

New Office Hours

Please be advised that the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce has reduced hours from Jan 17 to Match 25, 2021.

The General Manager will be available from 12 pm – 4 pm, Monday to Friday. If you have emergent concerns, feel free to contact at or 250-803-3824. Otherwise, your messages will be answered within hours listed above, or during the next business day.


Thank you,

Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce.

Cutest Pet Contest!

  1. Local business Rusty Spur Feed & Tack is sponsoring a Cutest Pet Contest through Pure Country Local Radio! The winning pet will receive 1 year’s worth of pet food (up to $500 value) from the Rust Spur – that’s a lot of kibble!

Take photos of your adorable pet and upload them to the Contest page in the link below:

Listen to Pure Country on February 1st to hear the winner announced, and check back to see the oodles of cute pets!

Thanks to the Rusty Spur for this fun and furry contest!

Elfie Winners Announced!

There’s an extra Christmas present under the tree for these three lucky winners of Enderby’s selfie contest!

Congratulations to the three #EnderbyElfie winners:

Lynn McCarthy

Barb Adams

Sherie Baird

You can see their winning photos taken below, in order of name- a fun and socially distant way to spread some holiday cheer! Thanks to the City if Enderby for providing the 3 $25 Enderbucks prizes, which can be claimed at Enderby Jewellers.









Enderby Advocates to the Province

It may be the holiday season, but your General Manager is hard at work for Enderby business, having recently attended a multi-hour meeting with Premier John Horgan, his Executive Council and members of the provincial and federal business community. Following a very earnest conversation with Premier Horgan about the continued challenges facing rural BC, the meeting focused on an in-depth Q & A with Ministers such as

Melanie Mark, Minister of Arts, Culture, Tourism and Sport;

Murray Rankin, Minister of Indigenous Relations & Reconciliation;

Bruce Ralston, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation;

Ravi Kahlon, Minister of Jobs, Economic Recovery & Innovation;

Rob Fleming, Minister of Transportation & Infrastructure

and others!

Questions were asked regarding continued support of arts, culture and tourism through the continuing pandemic, ability to support indigenous communities to train, retrain, develop entrepreneurial enterprise and how we can reach new synergies as a community; questions about environmental reclamation, green energy solutions and diversifying the forest and mining industries; questions about road and bridge maintenance; and last but not least, the continued provincial support of workers and small businesses as the economy struggles to find its new footing in the post-COVID-19 world.

I am pleased to announce that good relationships were formed as a result of this meeting, which will be used to good advantage for our citizens, business owners and workers in the next term of John Horgan’s NDP government.

AGM Postponed

Due to continuing challenges in the completion of paperwork to present for the Enderby & District Chsmber of Commerce AGM, the AGM is postponed.


Please check back regularly for updates as to its new date; expect Jan-March 2021.


For more information, please contact


Thank you for your patience this year.

Enjoy the Holidays with Cozy Gifts

Take a virtual tour of Enderby’s long-standing clothing store, Tony O’s Outfitter, and check

out the incredible array of clothes, shoes, workwear and gifts for everyone!

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.


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:


Vegan Night at Country Coffee House!

Join owner and barista extraordinaire Michele Bruneau for an evening of vegan cuisine! August 15, 2020 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm features a menu of only meatless, animal-free food: nutritious, unique and most of all, DELICIOUS!

Check out a whole array of menu options that will expand your dietary horizons and help the planet!

All meals and bevvies are prepared under the strictest safety guidelines, and social distance, PPE and Worksafe BC standards are kept to the highest standards at Country Coffee House, so you can explore new options for your family’s diet safely and reliably. Take out is available as always, but for Vegan Night, it is first come, first served.