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  • Keremeos Theatre Camp back for 10th season

    PENTICTON - The Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens are hosts of the 10th Annual five day theatre camp for kids seven to 12 years old.
  • Libraries Host Unplug and Play Events

    KAMLOOPS - As part of Family Literacy Week and Interior Savings Unplug and Play Week 2017, the North Kamloops and Kamloops libraries will be hosting events to promote and celebrate a healthy balance between technology and unplugged play.
  • Vees' season ticket sales hit record high

    PENTICTON - The Penticton Vees Jr. ‘A’ Hockey Club has set a new team record and without even hitting the ice. The team announced Thursday that they’ve hit the 1,500 mark for season tickets, which is a new club record.
  • Vees announce season ticket pick up party

    PENTICTON -The Penticton Vees season ticket pick up party is set for Wednesday, Sept. 28, on the Plaza at the South Okanagan Events Centre from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and is proudly presented by IGA Penticton and Boyd Autobody.
  • Free Drink & Draw events scheduled at three venues

    KAMLOOPS - Join the Kamloops Art Gallery at Zack’s Coffee on the last Monday of the month, Denny’s on the last Tuesday of the month and at Red Collar Brewing Co. on the second Wednesday of the month to contribute to large-scale collaborative drawings, play surrealist drawing games and enjoy some of Kamloops’ best local coffee, pancakes and beer.
  • Fundraiser puts Guatemalans’ health on frontburner

    KAMLOOPS - Developing World Connections and Home Hardware invite all fairway fans to tee up for the eight annual charity golf tournament on Thursday, Sept. 10, at Sun Rivers Golf Resort. It’s a chance to go global with your golf game and do good for Guatemala.
  • WolfPack men’s soccer adds insurance in goal

    KAMLOOPS - The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team will have something when they hit the field in 2015 that they haven’t had in a number of years. That is a good supply of keepers.
  • Citizens recognized for their contributions to the community

    Kamloops – A reception will be held tonight at Hotel 540 to honour the recipients of the City of Kamloops Distinguished Service Award.  Mr. Jeff Arnold, Mr. Charlie Bruce, Mr. Edward Erickson, Mr. Raymond Jolicoeur, Mrs. Claire Moreau, Mr. Andrew Philpot, Mrs. Helen Saemerow and Ms. Janice Yeung were nominated by their peers for their contribution of time and effort to make a difference in our community.

  • Help Build Your Community Open House Today

    The District of West Kelowna is hosting its Build Your Community Open House today, Thursday, June 13 between 3 and 7 p.m. at Royal LePage Place arena at the Mount Boucherie Community Centre.

    Come give your feedback on important community initiatives, get up to speed on projects and plans for 2013 and connect with the District of West Kelowna at this one-stop open house.