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  • Ring In the Festive Season – Christmas with the KSO

    KAMLOOPS, B.C. – The Kamloops Symphony invites you to join them at their annual celebration of the festive season, Christmas with the KSO.  There are two performances of this classic holiday concert; Saturday, December 16 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, December 17 at 2:00 pm, in the Sagebrush Theatre.
  • Ballet Kelowna’s Adult Ballet Program is back IN MOTION

    KELOWNA, BC – From ballet technique basics, to jumps, pirouettes, and pointe work, Ballet Kelowna continues to offer classes to the public this fall through its IN MOTION program.  Introductory, beginner and intermediate level ballet classes begin mid-September.

    Karen Perry, an Associate Professor in Chemistry and Earth and Environmental Science at UBC Okanagan, has been taking classes since the program began in 2016.
  • TRU researcher to unveil ‘smart cows’ at #BCTECH Summit

    We’ve got smart phones, smart TVs and smart apparel, now TRU’s Dr. John Church plans to unveil smart cows during the sold out #BCTECH Summit March 14-15 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
  • Rhythmic Tapping Soon to Echo in Vernon

    Something new for you to discover in the way of a recreation is coming to the North Okanagan. Vernon residents will be hearing some rhythmic tapping originating from the Halina Centre on December 18. The synchronous sound will emanate from dancers participating in an Intro to Clog Dancing.
  • Ballet Kelowna closes season with electrifying programme from Canada's finest choreographers and composers

    KELOWNA - Ballet Kelowna closes its 2015/16 season with an unparalleled mixed programme of live music and contemporary ballet from some of Canada’s most celebrated choreographers and composers in Renaissance, April 29 and 30, 2016, at the Kelowna Community Theatre, and at Oliver’s Frank Venables Theatre, May 1, 2016.
  • Okanagan College program enables a one-year flight path to top-demand career

    Boeing predicts a global industry demand for 609,000 aircraft maintenance technicians over the next 20 years, making it the most in-demand occupation in the aviation industry.
  • Ballet Kelowna's exciting 2015/16 season

    KELOWNA - Simone Orlando, Ballet Kelowna’s Artistic Director & CEO, today announced the Company’s stunning 2015/16 Season, which promises to deliver a truly electrifying year of dance to the Okanagan region.
  • A lifetime of tools donated to Okanagan College

    KELOWNA - A local tradesperson’s generous donation of thousands of dollars of highly sought-after precision measurement tools will give Okanagan College students some heavy-duty hands-on learning opportunities.

    Bill Schoof, a retired journeyman, has donated his collection of machinist tools to Okanagan College after learning about the renovation and expansion of the Trades Training Complex at the Kelowna campus.
  • Spaghetti Bridge Building Contest tests the ingenuity and engineering talent of Valley students

    The fun and excitement of the annual Spaghetti Bridge Building Contest returns to Okanagan College on Friday, March 7 when 186 Okanagan Valley students arrive at the Kelowna campus to compete for trophies and cash prizes of up to $1500.

    Students from Grade 3 to post-secondary are entered in a variety of categories. In the morning, elementary school students participate in the non-competitive demonstration followed by the lightweight and team building competitions. Starting at 12:30 p.
  • Ford Hot Shots competition returns for 20th year

    KAMLOOPS - For the 20th consecutive year, the country’s top curlers will show off their shot-making skills in the Ford Hot Shots skills competition, at both the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal and the Tim Hortons Brier in Kamloops, B.C.

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