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Downtown Kelowna Block Party draws a crowd

Thousands turned out under sunny skies to take in the 25th annual downtown Kelowna Block Party Saturday on Bernard Avenue. - Alistair Waters/Capital News
Thousands turned out under sunny skies to take in the 25th annual downtown Kelowna Block Party Saturday on Bernard Avenue.
— image credit: Alistair Waters/Capital News

The 25th annual Downtown Kelowna Block Party drew a big crowd Saturday as most of Bernard Avenue was closed off between Richter Street and the Sails to allow pedestrians to take over the street and browse the hundreds of merchant stalls and the many entertainment offerings on site.

 

 

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