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Join Billy Miner, Cornelius O’Keefe and others at the Cowboy Dinner Show every Friday in July and August at O'Keefe Ranch.
Vernon musician Cory Myraas (aka Windmills) had his laptop computer, containing all his music files, stolen during a cancer fundraiser.
Laura Ashton shows her botanical and wildlife paintings at Ratio Coffee and Pastry.
Missoula Children’s Theatre is returning to Vernon to help stage The Frog Prince.
Linda Wadley is welcoming the public to help christen her new Moods and Motions Art Studio in Vernon's East Hill.
Guitar teacher provided leadership and mentorship
Jack Garton and the Demon Squadron join other acts for the inaugural outdoor BX Soul Dance in Vernon, June 24.
The Caetani Cultural Centre is another historical venue in Greater Vernon hosting an outdoor music series.
Summer evenings in Armstrong are about to get a little more lively with the return of Valley First Music in the Park.
Fort McMurray quartet continues to tour despite fire in their hometown and stops in Grindrod’s Riverfront Pub to perform Monday, June 20.
A new student performance troupe has brought an original theatrical production to life at the Vernon Community Music School.
World renowned dance professionals are making a song and dance about soon-to-be Seaton grad Jaime Kerr.
The fourth annual Okanagan Military Tattoo at Vernon’s Kal Tire Place, July 23 and 24, is becoming an international event.
The outdoor theatre is saddling up for its summer production with a Bill Miner-inspired fundraiser.
Clarence Fulton Secondary drama students get ready to stage Nikolai Gogol's The Government Inspector.
Okanagan College English instructor Hannah Calder has released her second novel, Piranesi’s Figures, published by New Star Books.
The Bard’s famous last words are immortalized in Seaton production of The Tempest.
Be their guest when Big Apple Productions, Valley Vocal Arts stages Disney’s Beauty and the Beast June 2 to 5 in Vernon.
Luis Fuentes, from Arequip, Peru, is the first international artist to take up residency at the Mackie Lake House in Coldstream.
From the Revolutionaries to the Four Corners, to Nordstrom department stores across North America, Bryan Ryley’s art is an exploration.