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  • North Shore Community Policing Office to undergo major changes

    KAMLOOPS- The North Shore Community Policing Office will be expanding its services in 2018.
  • FireSmart Family Day in West Kelowna on May 6

    West Kelowna Fire Rescue, with the City of West Kelowna and Westbank First Nation, are hosting FireSmart Family Day at Fire Station 31 in West Kelowna on Saturday May 6, 2017.
  • North Okanagan Naturalists bluebird trails workshop

    The North Okanagan Naturalists' Club is hosting a workshop and information session on the Bluebird Trail program. 
  • Kelowna is gearing up for cycling season

    KELOWNA - With street sweeping underway, more Kelowna residents will be jumping on their bikes for their commute.

    Residents choose to cycle for a variety of reasons: it’s a great way to get around, in fact for trips under five kilometres bikes are usually faster than cars; it’s an easy way to fit in your daily exercise and stay in shape, plus cycling boosts your mood and overall health.
  • Big White Fire Department camps out for a good cause

    BIG WHITE - From March 3 to March 5 the Big White Fire Department will host its Annual Roof Top Camp Out.
  • 15th Annual Vernon Wellness Fair

    The Vernon Wellness Fair takes place March 4-5 at the Vernon Recreation Centre from 10am to 5pm Saturday and 10am to 4pm Sunday. Admission is free.

    The Vernon Wellness Fair showcases over 70 products and services for the mind, body and soul. There are vendors showcasing things such as essential oils, acupuncture, natural cleaning products, spiritual guidance, weight loss training, organic products and everything in between.
  • Stay in the loop about the latest roundabout

    KELOWNA - It’s happening downtown and continued investment in infrastructure projects will soon be underway to increase safety and vibrancy the City’s downtown core.

    Transportation and utility improvements, including a new roundabout, are planned around Doyle, Water and Cawston Street with construction anticipated to start this spring.
  • Shop, Learn and Play at the Tot to Teen Expo

    KELOWNA - The Tot to Teen Expo takes place February 11-12 (Family Day Weekend) from 10am-3pm at Parkinson Rec Centre.  The event showcases over 50 products and services for families with kids of all ages.

    Admission is free, and guests receive a Welcome Bag and chance to win prizes.  There will also be activities happening to keep the kids entertained and food on site for those wishing to make a day out of the event.
  • CrossFit-style competition will take place at the South Okanagan Events Centre

    Penticton, BC (January 17, 2017): The fourth annual Okanagan Valley Throwdown returns to Penticton, January 28 and 29. The CrossFit-style event, co-presented by Hoodoo Adventures and Evolution Athletics, and fuelled by Muscle MLK Canada, features more than 350 athletes competing in a variety of CrossFit activities over the course of the weekend.
  • Teacher-librarian launches sequel to fantasy series

    KAMLOOPS, B.C.—Local author and teacher-librarian Dennis Staginnus of Kamloops, launched the sequel to his middle grade / young adult fantasy “The Raiders of Folklore” series on January 10, 2017 at the Kamloops School of the Arts Library. Local students and parents joined their school librarian to launch the sequel to his Raiders of Folklore Series. 

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