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The Vernon Film Society will screen KONELINE: our land beautiful Monday as its third film of the winter season.
Irish family shares love of Silver Star Mountain Resort
Cougar Annie is brought to life through Katrina Kadoski in a presentation hosted by the Canadian Federation of University Women
Grand Forks artist Nora Curiston and Kelowna's Brenda Feist and Laura Widmer open their joint exhibition, curated by Vernon's Carin Covin.
Ready. Set. Learn invites preschoolers to check out the program at Vernon Christian School
Vernon Film Society is showing Werner Herzog’s documentary Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World.
Grannies à Gogo begins seventh season of Travelogues, where you are invited to explore Iran, Scotland, Argentina, Chile and Mongolia
Public speaking is one of the greatest fears for many: join Toastmasters and learn to speak with confidence
Counterpoint Choir presents its January concerts, Blessings, at Knox Presbyterian Church in Vernon.
A quarter of a century of surfing the Internet, being online 24/7 and plugged into events around the world
Gounod’s passionate Roméo et Juliette is to be broadcast live from New York City’s Metropolitan Opera at Vernon's Galaxy Cinemas Jan. 21.
Quitting smoking tops the list of new year's resolutions for many British Columbians and there is help available
Silver Star Adaptive Snow Sports celebrates 25 years of the program that helps people with disabilities enjoy skiing and snowboarding
Vernon-based coloratura soprano Melina Moore joins the Kamloops Symphony for its Viennese concert program in Salmon Arm.
Retired RN Judy Douglas volunteers her time in Haiti and gives thanks to people in Vernon who have given their support
Hearing loop system makes it easier for those who are hard of hearing to not miss a thing when enjoying Halina Seniors' Centre events
Junior gardeners discover the fun in planting and growing your own vegetables at Okanagan Landing elementary school
Clogging comes to Vernon, thanks to the Okanagan Square and Round Dance Association
The Okanagan music community is gathering in support of Cherryville -based steel guitar player Dave Bayer, who has colon cancer.
Travel to Vernon's Sister City in India is planned for March, and all are welcome to get to know this "Holy City of Bliss," as it's known