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Coldstream’s Heidi Thompson is spreading sunshine at the Kelowna International Airport with a new installation of her abstract paintings.
There's a need to slow down and pay attention while driving
Locally written and produced production plays in Vernon before going to Okanagan Zone Drama Festival in Oliver.
//AMISTAD// has just found out it has been awarded with a Telus Storyhive grant towards the creation of a new music video.
Vernon Secondary School and alumna artist Amanda Shatzko receive $50k grant for public art project to commemorate World Wars
Noah Varley, Evan Aasen, Ben Smith, and Jon Varley bring their cross-country tour, with Johnny de Courcy, to their hometown of Vernon May 9.
Citizens Unite unites members of Vancouver’s hard rock scene for a show with new Vernon act Sons of Distraction at The Green May 7.
After more than 38 years, Armstrong’s Denis Letourneau performs his last solo as concertmaster of the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra.
Unnecessary Farce lacks an intelligent or feasible plot, but you will laugh at the ridiculous situations the characters find themselves in.
Vernon commercial gallery, Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames, is opening a posthumous exhibition and sale of Mae Roberts’ life work.
Step in time to see everyone’s practically perfect nanny in every way when Mary Poppins blows into Vernon May 6 and 7.
Radical folk artist Joey Only is in Vernon to perform alongside Dave Soroka at Gallery Vertigo, Saturday, April 30.
Vernon's //AMISTAD// is hoping for local votes to move up in CBC Music's Searchlight contest.
Asparagus Community Theatre gets existential with Jean Genet’s The Maids, opening in Armstrong April 28.
Laughter is the key when Powerhouse Theatre opens Unnecessary Farce in Vernon April 27 to May 7.
Vernon’s Counterpoint Choir is still singing, and walking for a cause, as it celebrates 10 years.
April is poetry month and to celebrate The Morning Star has conducted a Q&A with Kerry Gilbert, who is launching her new book Tight Wire.
Whistler-Blackcomb has changed a lot since the days Kristin Froneman used to visit the resort in the early-’90s.
John McDermott brings his Traditionally Yours tour to the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Thursday, April 21.
Some of the best films on the water will be screened when the Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour arrives in Vernon April 14.