Holistic Market adds speakers to expand your knowledge

"…We have found (the speaker series) to be very well received,” said market founder Kathy Reid.

Kelowna’s Holistic Market is featuring three speakers this Sunday, as part of the market’s expanded visitor experience.

“This is the second time we have featured a speaker series at the market and we have found it to be very well received,” said Holistic Market founder Kathy Reid. “There is such an amazing amount of knowledge in our community for people interested in furthering themselves, physically, mentally and spiritually and we are pleased to bring these messengers to the stage at a very affordable price.”

This Sunday, Nov. 18,  Louise Derksen will speak about Creating Money Consciously,

Rocky Krogfoss talks about the The Law of Attraction—The Secret Healing Power of Beliefs and Tommi Hanley will address the topic of A Spiritual Solution to Addictive Behaviours.

Each will speak for 45 minutes. The cost is $10 per speaker, or $25 for all three presentations.

Admission to the market is free. It takes place at the Okanagan Mission Community Hall , 4409 Lakeshore Rd. in South Kelowna, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Just Posted

Closet cleanout this weekend in Kelowna

The Kelowna Closet Cleanout helps ladies update their wardrobe this while supporting local charities

Keeping the Okanagan on the Federal Radar

Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr’s column

Letter: Not a pretty picture, driving around Kelowna

Kelowna letter-writer says there’s a lot to dislike driving around Kelowna

Reel Reviews: Fear or love

We say, “Once again, one worth seeing, one not.”

Two people safe after falling through ice

Kelowna Fire Department urges caution around icy waters during warm weather

Your March 19 Morning Brief

Check out the top stories of the day in the Okanagan-Shuswap with Carmen Weld’s Black Press Morning Brief.

Heat drops two at nationals, Lea an all-Canadian

UBC Okanagan come up short at U SPORTS women’s volleyball finals in Quebec City

Pedestrian airlifted to hospital after semi truck collision north of Cache Creek

RCMP say person sustained non-life threatening injuries

Sanford helps Bears win 16th CIS title

Cole Sanford has an assist in final as Alberta beats St. Francis Xavier 4-2 for national title

A frustrated Trump lashes out at special counsel Mueller

In a series of weekend tweets naming Mueller for the first time, Trump criticized the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election

B.C. teachers’ union to ask for higher salaries to help with shortages

B.C. starting teacher salaries are $10,000 to $15,000 lower than Ontario or Alberta says B.C. Teachers’ Federation president.

Few political staffers on Parliament Hill report sexual misconduct: survey

Sixty-five of the 266 survey respondents said they had personally experienced at least one incident of sexual harassment.

Experimental pot lab sprouting cannabis-infused drinks, new edibles

Nestled inside Canopy Growth Corp.’s sprawling marijuana facility outside Ottawa is a special laboratory

Federal committee to examine human trafficking in Canada

The Commons committee plans on holding hearings in Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver.

Most Read