January 24, 2014 - 12:18 PM
KELOWNA – You don’t need a psychic to tell you that this will be an exciting weekend for events in Kelowna but if the future is still hazy, then The 2014 Illuminate Psychic Fair at the Laurel Packinghouse will help clear it up.
The Psychic Fair starts Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. with astrologers, tarot and tea leaf readers, numerologists, mediums and energy healers. Identify your strengths and uncover the blocks that are holding you back from living life to your highest potential.
Calling all crafty kids. Get in from the cold and create some amazing masterpieces at the Craft n’ Swim night at the H2O Adventure and Fitness Centre Friday night. After all that creating, indulge in a healthy treat and take a dip in the pool to end the night. It's for kids aged six to nine.
It’s an action-packed weekend for the Kelowna Rockets as they play the Medicine Hat Tigers at Prospera Place Friday and the Lethbridge Hurricanes Saturday. The puck drops for both games at 7 p.m.
Not enough hockey? Then The Kelowna Chiefs will also host the Summerland Steam at the Rutland West Arena Complex at 7 p.m.
If hockey's not your thing, you can register a team for a fun afternoon of curling, dinner, games and a silent auction at the 4th Annual Rock the House Fundraiser at the Kelowna Curling Club. The annual event starts at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Parathletes from across the country and around the world will compete at the 2014 IPC Para Snowboard World Cup at Big White Saturday and Sunday. This is a great chance to see athletes bound for Sochi up close and personal.
And if all that activity has you thinking about your health, Dr. Benjamin Stevens will be talking about injury prevention in the gym at BodyShop Crossfit in West Kelowna Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
Gearheads across the valley have a chance to see the latest motorcycles, gear and accessories from all the major manufacturers with the Kelowna & District Safety Council. The council have organized a bus trip to the Vancouver Motorcycle Show Saturday. The bus leaves at 6 a.m. Once you get there you can check out world class trials, demos, custom bikes and blowout prices. The $65 cost includes show ticket, movies enroute and a chance to win some great prizes.
And for the sophisticates, the Kelowna Art Gallery presents David Rokeby’s Very Nervous System both days this weekend. Very Nervous System is an interactive sound piece that is triggered by the gallery visitor’s own body movements. It was created in 1986 and has undergone various updates using more recent technologies.
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