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Are you proficient at preserves, brilliant at baking, daft at crafts, well-versed at veggies or adept at flower arrangement? If so, the Grist Mill and Gardens historic site has a great opportunity for you to show off your skills. On Sunday, September 24st the Grist Mill and Gardens at Keremeos will be hosting its fourth-annual HERITAGE FALL […]

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Twenty-seven finalists will be honoured at the 30th Annual Business Excellence Awards on October 12th at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Grand Okanagan Resort. The finalists are competing to take home nine awards in their respective categories. Current Taxi, a new company to Kelowna, was nominated for the Rising Star award. Current Taxi is an […]

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The Kamloops Arts Council’s Art in Public Spaces is a new program that provides local organizations with artwork on a rotating basis. Paintings, photography and other works by local artists are displayed where Kamloops citizens and tourists congregate, such as health care centres, transportation hubs and reception areas. The Kamloops Arts Council and Royal Inland Hospital […]

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Casino Royale New Year’s Eve At Sparkling Hill Ring in the new year at Sparkling Hill Resort this December. Enjoy our Casino Royale experience complete with casino tables, live entertainment, dancing and more, all part of our 2-night New Year’s Eve Package.   Package Rates starting at $499 Cdn per night for two adults. This […]

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The Harpur Family is excited to launch their Pumpkin Patch this year in South Canoe. Their first year of pumpkin farming has resulted in over an acre of pumpkins ripe for the picking. They are inviting the community to come to their farm for pumpkins, hay rides, snacks, and fresh hot apple cider made from […]

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Saturday September 30th and Sunday October 1st mark the Wine Capital of Canada Festival weekend in Oliver BC. This weekend is unlike any other. It is two solid days of celebrating all the bounty and beauty the South Okanagan has to offer. The fall grape harvest is in full swing, the salmon have returned to […]

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Join in the fun of a community bike ride on the scenic back roads of the Shuswap – North Okanagan on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 at 9 a.m. You are invited to join in the fun of a community bike ride on the scenic back roads of the Shuswap – North Okanagan  Challenge yourself, ride with family […]

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The Kamloops Symphony is thrilled to present the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Bramwell Tovey on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the Sagebrush Theatre. The Grammy and Juno award-winning Vancouver Symphony was founded in 1919, and is the third largest symphony in Canada. They will perform in Kamloops as they embark on […]

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Dreams of running off to join the circus could become reality at the 18th annual Kamloops Children’s Arts Festival, Sept. 15 & 16. The theme of this year’s festival, the 18th annual, is “Under the Big Top!”, featuring circus-themed art, music, dance and theatre for children ages two and up. The big-top theme arrived naturally. “We had […]

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FAN – the Fibre Art Network presents Botanical Reflections September 6 – September 30, 2017 in the Kamloops Arts Council Main Gallery and Hallway at the Old Courthouse Cultural Centre Closing Reception- Saturday September 30, 2-4 pm An interpretation of botanical themes through mixed media fibre artworks. The exhibition features the personal visions of FAN […]

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The Ryga Festival Society is making final preparations for the Ryga Festival, under the director of Artstic Director Heather Davies. Over 18 events are scheduled between August 30-September 3 in Summerland. This year there are concerts, performances, workshops, readings, a symposium, and even a Hootenanny! The Festival performers include popular artists such as Campbell Ryga, […]

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The good, the bad and the smelly in 20 minutes Losing good people because of a not-so-great staff housing policy? We can help! In this quick 20-minute webinar, Mobilize Jobs founder Benjamin Guth goes over 5 ways you can improve your staff housing policy and retain more people. Opt-in To Watch Webinar Video Now > […]

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Next week is the last week for Live Music throughout the Shuswap in Outdoor Venues and other Music Venues! See below for a complete list of live music events taking place this week! 2017 Schedule Sunday – Enderby – Music by the River – Visit Enderby Arts Council for more information. Monday – Sicamous – Music in the Park – Beach Park – Every Monday in July & […]

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Registration is open now. Predator Ridge is a 36-hole golf resort community in the Okanagan Valley outside Vernon, British Columbia.  Predator Ridge Resort spans 1,200 acres and is home to a community of over 600 people.  You will discover beautiful trails in a majestic environment. Distance                      Age                    Price 2 km,Walk                   Any Category    $12.00 2 km, […]

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All across the country Canadians will be hosting events to celebrate their own unique portion of the Trans Canada Trail, now known as “The Great Trail”. The Trails to the Boundary Society invites ​ you ​to join us August 26 for our Great Trail Connection/Canada 150 event. ​The Kettle River Museum will be hosting a cyclists […]

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Note September 8th to 10th, 2017 in your calendars as Startup Weekend is making a big comeback with Techstars, the world’s starting point for entrepreneurship. This fifty-four-hour event is a platform where designers, developers, marketers, and startup enthusiasts can come together to launch startups. As part of a global movement, Kamloops is one of over […]

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The Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival is back on track. The festival, which is in its 25th year, kicks off Thursday, Aug. 17, and according to artistic director Peter North, the mood is upbeat. “Things are really good on the ticket sale and enthusiasm front,” North says. Just a few years ago, the event […]

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The Allan Brooks Nature Centre is going on the wild side. The 16th annual Wine and Wild Things Gala takes place Sept. 23 at Sparkling Hill Resort. “The best part is it’s truly a social night,” said Vicki Proulx, ABNC events and communications co-ordinator. “You’re not stuck sitting at a table with the same people […]

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From 6-10 pm in Oliver Community Park discover the exciting outdoor concert and wine tasting event hosted by Oliver Parks & Recreation in partnership with the Oliver Osoyoos Wine Association (OOWA) and the Oliver Tourism Association (OTA). Uncork the Sun is the official fundraiser for the Oliver Sunshine Festival, which provides a day of free […]

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Produced in the picturesque setting Shuswap Lake, Roots and Blues is a festival that takes place on the third weekend of every August.  From humble beginnings of stand alone folk shows in Salmon Arm community halls, Roots and Blues has grown into a major western Canadian outdoor event that attracts visitors from around the world. The festival has also […]

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What do you get when you cross the delicious taste of corn with great music, fun activities, and a park full of amazing people? Chase CornStock, that’s what! Mark your calendars to come join your friends and neighbours at Chase Memorial Beach on August 12th for a day full of music, children’s activities, farmers’ market, food vendors, […]

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Feast of Fields is FarmFolk CityFolk’s annual local food celebration and fundraiser, highlighting the contribution local chefs, restaurants, farmers, ranchers, fishers, food artisans, vintners, brewers and distillers make to our local food economy. In a few short weeks, Okanagan Feast of Fields will be held at Caldwell Heritage Farm on Sunday, August 13th where guests […]

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