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Sweet sound of Maple Fest

Expression, group that plays world fusion music entertains the crowd outside Kelowna
Expression, group that plays world fusion music entertains the crowd outside Kelowna's Rotary Centre For The Arts Saturday during the annual Kelowna Maple Fest, presented by the French Cultural Centre. In addition to music, there was plenty of maple syrup on hand.
— image credit: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Kelowna's 34th annual Maple Fest drew a crowd of about 1000 people to the Arts Common outside Kelowna's Rotary Centre For The Arts Saturday. The event, which celebrates all things maple, was presented by the French Cultural Centre and featured plenty of traditional and world music and, of course, an abundance of sweet, delicious maple syrup.

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