Culture Days brings out the wild and wonderful in Kelowna
Learn about mason bees during the Bee Central event at Brent's Grist Mill during Culture Days.
Image Credit: Bob Lalonde
September 22, 2015 - 9:00 PM
CENTRAL OKANAGAN - With more than 40 events planned for this weekend in Kelowna, culture is definitely what you make of it during the sixth annual Culture Days.
More than 40 events are planned for various venues around the city Friday, Sept. 25, through Sunday, Sept. 27, and will include a wild mix of everything from learning the traditional Japanese tea ceremony and the Kelowna Comic Jam, to the Moon Festival and Hippie Up the Van.
At Brent’s Grist Mill, you can help make homes for mason bees as well as create your own bee finger puppets, all during the Bee Central event.
Ramp up your photography skills during Photographing Buildings and Flowers, held at the stunning Benvoulin Heritage Church.
Lend a hand during a Tipi Raising with the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society and take in the Community Drum Circle at the Rotary Centre for the Arts.
All these events and more are listed on the Culture Days website, complete with times and locations.
Culture Days events are held in communities across the province and is sponsored in part by the provincial government.
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