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Okanagan Arts Awards name winners

“A vibrant and healthy arts community makes for an incredible city.”

Art project showcases students

Art in Action: LOVE celebrates the creativity of students from the Central Okanagan

Youth Symphony kicks off season with concert series

Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra to perform in Penticton, Vernon and Kelowna

  • May 9th, 2017

Ponderosa Festival announce some of their lineup

Ponderosa festival features an array of emerging music artists from across B.C. and the country

  • May 7th, 2017

YouTube dancer visits Okanagan

Taylor Hatala will be teaching at the Okanagan Hip Hop Camp, July 13 and 14

Keynote speaker still fighting for the environment

Environmental activist Tzeporah Berman is the keynote speaker at the Meadowlark Nature Festival

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Unleashed BC SPCA blooper
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Paint Night in Salmon Arm
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Bridal expo fashion show finale
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Vernon Winter Carnival preview
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Children’s Choir a collaborating affair

Kelowna-based Okanagan Children’s Choir has worked with many; this time Penticton Academy of Music

Davis: Happenings at the weekend box office

Movie columnist Rick Davis takes a look at the weekend box office and upcoming movies

Creating music and dance for Canada’s 150th

Ballet Kelowna and the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra are combining forces

Kelowna band Meteor Tree escaping labels

Hard rock, instrumental, melodic chants form basis of local band

Kelowna tech company announces new digital web series

Yeti Farm Creative says new live action-animated mini-series will focus on female skateboarders.

Jewel, Cowboy Junkies among performers at Mission Hill

It’s “an intimate experience in one of the world’s most beautiful amphitheatres…”

Saxophone duo play experimental music

V. Vecker and Kelowna’s Darren Williams will be performing together in concert on April 27

New band features experienced members

The Kim Berly Group was created when Berly was searching for a musical outlet

Exhibition showcases feminism

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is presenting Fem(i)nist

Davis: Watson, Hanks in sci-fi thriller

Take a look at the new movies coming out this week with Rick Davis’ movie column

  • Apr 25th, 2017

Musician pursues career through singing national anthems

Rachel Layne sings openings for the Kelowna Rockets and plays a beat up Gibson for her shows

City and Colour brings a mellow acoustic set to Vernon

The crowd fills the stands, patiently awaiting the night’s entertainment

  • Apr 14th, 2017

Plays brings passion and confusion

Age of Arousal will be playing at Creekside Theatre next week and in early May

Story contest winners to be announced

It’s down to three finalists for the Okanagan Short Story contest