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Vernon Performing Arts Centre's Brian van Wensem talks about his work promoting the arts, and enjoying the many shows, that come to town.
With 2013’s arrival, it’s a great time to check out what shows are in store for Vernon in the coming year.
The busy holiday season has arrived and with it comes an amazing selection of events set to take place in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
Events that make us laugh, dance and sing are the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit!
The Vernon Performing Arts Centre and other venues are jam-packed with popular shows this month, so be wise, and get your tickets now!
Whatever might be giving you the chills as we head into November, you’re pretty much guaranteed to find a show to pique your interests.
The busy fall season has finally arrived at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre.
The Vernon Performing Arts Centre Society’s 11th season kicks off Saturday, Oct. 6.
Vernon Performing Arts Centre Society has a big season of theatre, dance, kids and special presentations all lined up for 2012-13 season.
Rain or shine, you’ll find plenty of events in the great indoors around the North Okanagan this summer.
It's that time of year where rehearsals turn into ceremonies, and some very cool artists, such as Steve Earle, come to town.
Presenting seasons in the North Okanagan wrap up while new shows begin.
There is no shortage of live events to take in at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre over the next few weeks.
The Greater Vernon arts scene is about as busy as it gets throughout the spring.
Shirley Valentine, Splash‘N Boots are just some of the shows taking the stage in Vernon this week.
Like waking flowers, all sorts of events are springing up in Vernon the next two weeks.
It’s March madness at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre, including the heralded performance of LINES Ballet's Resin and Scheherezade.
Greater Vernon rolls out the red carpet for the B.C. Winter Games, Powerhouse Theatre, Penderecki and Justin Hines.
February is full with the Vernon Winter Carnival, B.C. Winter Games, and lots of promising shows at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
It’s time now to look ahead (or back?) to what’s in store for the last few weeks of January for shows and events.