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Christmas shopping in the downtown Kelowna is a delightful experience.
I was utterly gobsmacked by the amazing businesses that our downtown entrepreneurs have created…
Picture Perfect & Perpetual Blooms moved in the spring and love their new location on Lawrence Avenue in Kelowna
A lot of thought and effort has obviously gone into the planning of this [downtown Kelowna] hotel
Took a walk through the Towne Centre Mall recently, and discovered some new shops in the mall—and had a new look at some long-term shops.
Please remember to come on downtown and keep supporting Bernard Street businesses between St. Paul and Ellis.
The sidewalk cafes are springing up along Bernard, giving our city a new urban, upscale look and a new outdoor presence.
I’m already starting to see enterprising merchants taking advantage of the new wider sidewalks.
Saturday, April 6, the first Small Shop Saturday of the year returns to downtown Kelowna.
Lots of art to enjoy on a visit through Kelowna's Cultural District.
I’ve walked the newly revitalized section of Bernard and I’m still finding delightful little surprises that the city added into the mix.
Improvements to Kelowna's "Main Street" already paying off.
Remember that on-street parking is once again free on Saturdays in December, a Merry Christmas to shoppers from the city.
Work is progressing quickly on the Bernard Avenue facelift, thanks in large part to the extra-long hours the workers are putting in.
The energy in the air is palpable as this much-needed project begins.
Recently I met Max and Gloria Sloan at their wonderful new business called Pulp Fiction.
Clothing, shoes, accessories, jewelry—you name it and it can be found at stores in the city's downtown core.
Jan Johnson applauds "Heads Up Downtown Leon" project unveiled last week as a positive addition to the city.
Downtown businesses throw a shopping party in a bid to bring customers to the area.
How lucky we’ve been so far this winter to have the perfect climate for ambling around downtown and enjoying the lakeviews, shops and cafes.