Old Navy and three other retailers to open at Orchard Park mall

Kelowna’s Orchard Park Shopping Centre is set to bloom this spring and summer with the arrival of four new retailers— Old Navy, Cora Restaurant, Gymboree, and Qoola Frozen Yogurt Bar (pronounced Ku:la).

“It’s now official and we can finally share this great news with the rest of the valley,” said Orchard Park marketing manager Vikki Webster.

“These four new retailers will round out our current list of stores quite nicely. Here at Orchard Park, we say we bring our customers ‘The Stuff of Life’—so adding retailers which offer food and clothing for the whole family is a natural fit.”

Old Navy will be the last of the four new tenants to open their doors with a grand opening date to be announced in late summer. This will be their only store between the Lower Mainland and Calgary, and will offer all of the fashionable and affordable family clothing that has made Old Navy popular with shoppers in other locations. .

Cora Kelowna is ready to rise again, opening in May at their new Orchard Park location, after having to shut down at its previous location on Harvey Avenue due to a fire that destroyed much of the strip mall at Harvey and Burtch where it wsa previously located.

Opening in March will be both Qoola Frozen Yogurt Bar, which offers fresh, gluten and fat-free yogurt, and Gymboree, with the Kelowna store being the 632nd store in the retail chain, featuring colourful clothing to dress newborns to tweens from head to toe.

These new additions will bring Orchard Park’s number of retailers to over 170.

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