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Lots to do in Kelowna this weekend

Check out the Our Lives Through our Eyes on last time this weekend at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
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April 12, 2019 - 6:30 AM

KELOWNA - Whether you're looking for great night-life events or if you want to enjoy every second of daylight, Kelowna has something for you this weekend.

Spring is here, which means the flowers are starting to bloom, so why not paint them? Head to Vibrant Vine on April 12 at 6 p.m. for an evening of acrylic painting and complimentary wine. Admission to this workshop is $45.

The weather is warm, but for millions of Game of Thrones fans, winter is here. The popular HBO show begins its final season this Sunday, so get in the medieval mood with Game of Clones, an improvised comedy soap opera at the Rotary Centre of the Arts on April 12. There will be a door prize draw for attendees who dress as their favourite Game of Thrones characters. Admission is by donation, the event starts at 7 p.m., and you can email info@newvintage.ca to book seats.

Steel Magnolias celebrated its 30th anniversary this year and the Kelowna Actors Studio has been putting on this popular play for the last two weeks. This weekend is your final chance to see the show. Grab your tickets here.

Get your toes tapping at the 42nd annual Jazz Masters concert on April 12 at the Kelowna Community Theatre. Mike Murley, one of Canada's best jazz musicians, will be providing the tunes. Get your tickets here.

Our Lives Through our Eyes offers a rare glimpse into art created by children at the Inkameep Day School in World War Two. This exhibit at the Kelowna Art Gallery will be closing down after April 14, so this weekend is your last chance to see these incredible pieces.

Get up bright and early on April 14 for a breathtaking hike through Stephens Coyote Ridge. The Amplified Collective will meet at 8:50 a.m. at the North Glenmore Dog Park. They'll lead a yoga session at the halfway point of the hike. Bring a towel, a mat, appropriate footwear, and a $5 donation.

Travel back to 1600s England at the Kelowna Forum on April 14 at 2:30 p.m. as Early Music Studio hosts Anna Hagan and Terence Kelly present a concert of poetry, ballads, and music from the British Isles. Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for students.

Did we miss any events this weekend? Let us know in the comments.


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