The Father Pandosy Mission site is visited by 7,000-10,000 visitors a year. The Mission can be booked for special functions throughout the year. Photography sessions are $25 and other special events held at the site are typically $50-100 for the event.
Some of the events that have been hosted at Father Pandosy Mission include “Parks Alive” concerts, photographic workshops, and wedding or family photo sessions. (Please note that weddings and all other ceremonies have not been permitted at the site since 2007 and dogs are not allowed.)
The first weekend in June, the site is the location of the Okanagan Antique Power Club’s annual “Antique Tractor and Equipment Show.” As of 2008 the event has expanded to include quilters and carvers. This show is a family-based event that draws the largest volume of people the Mission site sees in a single weekend.
In 2009 a “Pioneer Day” was held in August and it is proposed to continue each year. This event featured old-fashioned games, quillers, calligraphy, rug hooking, spinning and equipment displays, and hands-on pioneer activities, such as shake splitting and rope weaving.