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Anyone who remembers getting funky to Sir Mix-a-Lot’s Baby Got Back likely hit the dance floor at former Vernon hot spot Nite Magic.
The Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre has become a second home for volunteer Gerry Humphrey.
The Cowboy Junkies helped celebrate the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre’s 15th annual Birthday Bash Saturday, Oct. 1.
The tale of survival and self-discovery will be retold when Axis Theatre presents Robinson Crusoe in Vernon.
Professional chamber choir the Laudate Singers is in Vernon to perform Songs of the British Isles, Oct. 2.
West My Friend perform an intimate house concert at Pottery Road Studio “E” in Vernon Saturday, Oct. 1.
Major Motion Picture is the first show of the Vernon Performing Arts Centre’s 2016/2017 dance series.
There’s no need to gamble when Larrabee Live brings a bit of Vegas to Vernon
Vernon Culture Days project Stories of the Past pairs seven seniors with seven artists.
A number of fun events are taking place over Culture Days, and the North Okanagan is no exception.
Tribute show, The Rat Pack: Direct from Las Vegas, arrives at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Friday, Sept. 23.
A fundraiser is taking place Saturday, Sept. 24 at Caravan Farm Theatre to help Trevor Kronbauer recoup from his losses.
Artist Roxi Hermsen has recently released her new tarot deck called the Joy and Sorrow Oracle.
Vernon will soon swoon to the soothing sounds of one of Canada’s most prolific songwriters
Two-time Giller Prize shortlisted novelist Gail Anderson-Dargatz releases new novel The Spawning Grounds with a reading in Vernon.
Hick hop rapper B Rich is on his way to Vernon to take the stage at The Green in the Village Green Hotel, Monday.
Comedian David Milchard is back to join the all-male revue for its western Canadian tour, which returns to Vernon Sept.15.
The innovators of hardcore tour their new album with a stop at Vernon’s The Green Sept. 10
Natalie Appleton’s story has been long-listed for the CBC Creative Non-Fiction Prize.
Steve Smith’s wise-cracking alter ego is still handy with the duct tape as will be seen in I’m Not Old, I’m Ripe