Mackie Lake House

Mackie Lake House has its roots in the Coldstream Ranch which was subdivided in the early 1900’s and planted with apple and pear trees. Rupert Charles Buchanan, a businessman from Montreal commissioned architect Robert Findlay to build the House in 1910.

Season Events

Teddy Bear Tea at Mackie Lake House

Teddy Bear Tea at Mackie Lake House

24 07 24 Teddy Bear Tea Ts Poster 500

$15.00 Per Person
Including fees & taxes


If you go down in the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise – for today’s the day that the teddy bears have their tea party!

Bring your teddy bear (or your favourite stuffie) and join us for a family-friendly tea party at Mackie Lake House. We’ll have sandwiches, “tea,” and yummy desserts. Stick around after tea for story time and a walk up to Fylton Forest—you might just find an exciting surprise!

Parents: please note that all children must be accompanied to the tea by a responsible, ticket-holding adult. Please only bring stuffed animals—our local deer do not appreciate dogs and other pets. This event takes place in late July, please dress accordingly and bring sunscreen.

Mackie Lake House is a registered heritage site, operated by a charitable non-profit organization with the mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

Clanna Morna
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Clanna Morna

Doors open at 6:00pm, music begins at 6:30pm
24 08 01 Clanna Morna Poster 500

$40 per person
Including Fees & Taxes

Hailing from the occupied territories of the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ nations (Victoria, BC in Canada), Clanna Morna brings their take on the Celtic Traditional genre to the west coast. Their sound is rooted in the traditional Irish, Scottish and English music that many love, and features carefully crafted arrangements, rhythmic spirited energy and captivating storytelling. Comprised of an ensemble of multi-instrumentalists, their collective musicianship and attention to detail contribute to a unique audience experience featuring both familiar and lesser-known folk ballads and tunes.

Visit their site: https://clannamorna.ca/

*All Music at Mackie events are: Bring Your Own Chair! This is an outdoor event—please dress accordingly for a summer evening in the Okanagan. There are no pets permitted on site.

This event includes a cash bar and concession. Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings, and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

WiL
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WiL

Doors open at 6:00pm, music begins at 6:30pm
24 08 22 Wi L Poster 500 B

$40 per person
Including Fees & Taxes

WiL is perhaps known best for performing with his long-time drummer Keith Gallant but sometimes adds an accompanying musician when the occasion presents itself. Whether duo, trio or more, WiL mesmerizes listeners with his unusual strumming technique while creating lush, fat and full acoustic guitar sounds that have become signature to the live experience’. It has taken the better part 20 years to get there, and he’s still not done.

Visit his site: https://ibreakstrings.com/

*All Music at Mackie events are: Bring Your Own Chair! This is an outdoor event—please dress accordingly for a summer evening in the Okanagan. There are no pets permitted on site.

This event includes a cash bar and concession. Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings, and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

Hillside Outlaws
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Hillside Outlaws

Doors open at 6:00pm, music begins at 6:30pm
24 08 29 Hillside Outlaws Poster 500

$40 Per Person
Including Fees & Taxes

Since their explosive debut in 2018 with “Country Jukebox”; the duo has been unstoppable, continuously delivering fresh music and captivating live shows. Teaming up with CCMA award-winning producer Jeff Johnson, they push genre boundaries, embodying the true spirit of outlaw country. With multiple BC CMA nominations and five chart-topping hits, Hillside Outlaws have shared the stage with top artists and signed with Royalty Records in 2023. Their undeniable talent and infectious energy make them a standout act, captivating audiences across Canada.

Visit their site: https://www.facebook.com/hillsideoutlaws/

*All Music at Mackie events are: Bring Your Own Chair! This is an outdoor event—please dress accordingly for a summer evening in the Okanagan. There are no pets permitted on site.

This event includes a cash bar and concession. Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

Rann Berry’s Time Machine
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Rann Berry’s Time Machine

Doors open at 6:00pm, music begins at 6:30pm
24 09 05 Rann Berry’S Time Machine Poster 500

$40 Per Person
Including Fees & Taxes

We’re closing out the 2024 Music at Mackie Summer Concert Series with our friend Rann Berry and his infamous Time Machine! Join us as Rann takes us all on a musical journey to share iconic tunes from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Visit their site: https://rannberry.com/the-time-machine

*All Music at Mackie events are: Bring Your Own Chair! This is an outdoor event—please dress accordingly for a summer evening in the Okanagan. There are no pets permitted on site.

This event includes a cash bar and concession. Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings, and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

Under the Rocks
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Under the Rocks

Doors open at 6:00pm, music begins at 6:30pm
24 05 30 Under The Rocks Poster Sept 500

$40 Per Person
Includes Fees & Taxes

Hailing from Kelowna, Canada, Under the Rocks has emerged from a city with no other bluegrass acts to become one of Canada’s premier bluegrass bands. Featuring acoustic guitar (Jordan Klassen), fiddle (Chloe Davidson), banjo and mandolin (Chris Baxter), and upright bass (Nils Loewen) the band makes a big sound that tips its cap to tradition while incorporating singer-songwriter music intentionally put together with clever, inventive song arrangements, emotive instrumental breaks and powerful vocal harmony. Their shows commonly feature dancing, laughter, joyful hoots and hollers and serene moments accompanied by tears and tranquil sighs of release or appreciation. They are a heartfelt, talented string quartet that blends uplifting energy with a reflective reverence for the difficulties of reality that marries joy and sorrow and declares “YES”. Yes to all that it means to be alive on this planet, here and now.

Visit their site: https://www.undertherocksband.com/

*All Music at Mackie events are: Bring Your Own Chair! This is an outdoor event—please dress accordingly for a summer evening in the Okanagan. There are no pets permitted on site.

This event includes a cash bar and concession. Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings, and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.

Mackie Lake House is a registered charity and not-for-profit, as well as a national heritage site. All proceeds from this event help us to uphold our mandate: to preserve and present the building, grounds, furnishings and related history of Mackie Lake House for the enjoyment and education of the public.