Vernon News Staff

Global ballet performance takes the Vernon stage

The Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Society presents the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Nov. 14

Forecast says winter is here to stay in the Okanagan

It’s true what they say: winter is coming. Or, rather, it’s already here

Artist draws inspiration from home

Local painter John Waite is Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames artist of the month until Christmas

Toronto pop-rockers hit the Okanagan

It’s a sound that blends with the appearance in perfect harmony

New-age twist on classic tale

Theatre doesn’t require live actors to be entertaining

Lake Country poet releases book

Sharon Thesen launches her 13th book of poetry, The Receiver, at the Caetani Cultural Centre

Enderby theatre puts puppets in the spotlight

It doesn’t take a giant to change the world

Film closes SvevaFest

Jim Elderton’s Sveva Imprisoned will screen at Vernon Towne Cinema Oct. 29

SonReal headlines Grey Cup kickoff show

Vernon-born performer SonReal (Aaron Hoffman) to perform at 105th Grey Cup Kickoff show Nov. 26

Lumby residents can have their say

The clock is ticking for Lumby residents to voice their opinion. There…

College hosts freshman seminar

Okanagan College’s Vernon campus will be hosting the Freshman 15 Seminar Oct. 24

A tribute to female rock icons

They’re some of the most influential icons in rock n’ roll, creating the genre’s timeless tunes

Bursary winners announced

Four students receive bursaries from Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Society

Exhibition discusses cannabis

A new cannabis exhibition is sparking legalization discussions at a local gallery

A one-man flurry

His first edition saw success with Vernon audiences, and now he’s back for more

Importance of child’s vision health stressed

Children’s vision is among the lowest health priorities for B.C. parents

Reigniting a classic

It’s one of the oldest French fairy tales that’s still known in our modern world, but with a twist

Popular radio show hits stage

They’ve left their mark on CBC Radio, but now it’s time for them to leave their mark on the stage

Healthy eating a priority in schools

Canada Safety Council says a child’s development, engagement and energy levels are impacted by diet