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Free parking for downtown Kelowna shoppers

The City of Kelowna is supporting the Downtown Kelowna Association Small Shop Saturday initiative by waiving on-street parking charges June 23.

However, shoppers are reminded that posted time restrictions remain in effect. Vehicles can park for free, but the hourly limits remain in effect so that convenient parking spaces are turned over for new customers.

This is the second of three Small Shop Saturdays planned by the DKA to encourage residents to check out what’s new downtown, or come visit some long-time favourites.

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