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Culture days coming up in the Central and South Okanagan

Venture outside of your own community, meet new people and try new things, Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 in Canada.

Volunteers sought for next year’s Walk for Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer Society of B.C. provides training, resources and ongoing support, to ensure volunteers and the walk are successful.
No sight, no problem for these Kelowna dragon boaters

No sight, no problem for these Kelowna dragon boaters

The blindfolded race was a new event at the Kelowna Dragon Boat Races held Aug. 27 and 28 on Okanagan Lake.
Future of health care in the Central Okanagan

Future of health care in the Central Okanagan

Health Care in 2040 presented by Imagine Kelowna Speaker Series, 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 29.

Kelowna boy takes baby steps toward being a mogul

The precocious 8 year old spent his summer coming up with a business plan that's already generating seed money for future endeavours,

Swimming advisory for Beasley and Reiswig Parks beach

Bacterial levels are currently higher than those allowed in the Guidelines for Canadian Recreational Water Quality.

Public ammenity closures in Kelowna

Parkinson Recreation Centre pass holders will automatically have an equivalent extension added to their pass ...

Okanagan Pride Festival attracts huge crowd, signals evolving community

The parade itself brought in an estimated 5,000 people, which is a significant increase from years past.
Technology helps the visually impaired at Kelowna library

Technology helps the visually impaired at Kelowna library

Specially adapted iPads bring literature back to the reading-impaired.
Hodge: Canada Day festivities a grand celebration

Hodge: Canada Day festivities a grand celebration

Capital News columnist says NHL hockey remains a point of ongoing chatter even during the summer.