Theatre Kelowna offers scholarship

TKS offers $500 scholarship to a student from the Central Okanagan who is considering enrolling in a visual or performing arts course.

An opportunity for budding thespians.

Theatre Kelowna Society annually presents the Brian McCrimmon Memorial Scholarship of $500 to a student from the Central Okanagan who is considering enrolling in a post-secondary course in the visual or performing arts.

If you, or someone you know, are interested in applying, please read the details below. Note that the deadline is May 31.

Applications will be reviewed if submitted on or before that date.

If a candidate has been selected, submissions after that date will not be considered. The post secondary institution does not have to be in the Central Okanagan.

Submissions should be made to:

Theatre Kelowna Society

Rotary Centre for the Arts

421 Cawston Ave.,

Kelowna, V1Y6Z1

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