The Village of Lumby
Nestled on the northern edge of the Okanagan, the town's location provides an excellent starting point for outdoor adventures whether they be fishing, hunting, hiking or camping, the possibilities are endless.
Lumby and District Chamber of Commerce
On behalf of the Lumby & District Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to offer to you this informative website featuring the wide range of opportunities that we offer to businesses.
Lumby and District Health Services Society
2135 Norris Avenue, Lumby BC V0E 2G0
Telephone: (250)547-9741 Fax: (250)547-9743
Local Food Bank
Lumby: Emergency Short Term Food Aid.
Regular Hamper Days are the 2nd Tuesday of the month between 12pm-1pm.
Extras are available the 1st, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of the month between 12pm-1pm.
Cherryville: Short term food is available to those in need of support. Needs filled as requested, limited to once per calendar month.
To access this service please call Michelle at (778)212-8900
Lumby Community Thrift Store
Open Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 10am-3pm
Drop off depot for donations of clean, good quality items located in The Arbour Park Mall Tuesday's & Thursday's 11am-2pm and Saturday's 12-1pm
inSite provides a full scope of supportive housing, assisted living and complex care services for seniors throughout British Columbia.
Annual Summer Family Festival - Second weekend in June
Lumby Public Market
Home Growin' in the Monashee
"To manage and develop entrepreneurship, foster and encourage business management and stimulate the cultural spirit of our community"
Every Saturday (May through September) at the Community Park.
Lumby and District Wildlife Association
Lumby and District Wildlife Association's mission is to promote and foster an understanding of wildlife, educate the public in woodcraft and outdoor living, as well as create a better understanding and training of firearm use.
Providing information for Cherryvillans and visitors.
Family Resource Centre
North Okanagan Youth and Family Services (NOYFSS)
Boys and Girls Club
Women's Transition House
People in Need Crisis Line
Canadian Cancer Society