Vernon Winter Carnival in full swing

A roundup of all things Carnival

The 59th annual Vernon Winter Carnival is in full swing as 10 days of festival fun roll through the North Okanagan.

Stay tuned to and follow us on Facebook for up-to-date Carnival coverage. In case you missed any events, see the stories below.


Broomball tournament kicks off in Vernon

Vernon earns Order of jopo award

Vernon celebrations 28th annual Air Balloon Fiesta

Queen Silver Star crowned

Parade rolls through town


Coldstream polar bear swim more like sprint

SilverStar a sculptor’s paradise

Bonhomme de neige comes to Vernon Winter Carnival

Talent in focus at Carnival

Young scallywags in carnival spirit


Finals set for Sunday at Vernon pee wee hockey classic

Vernon Mustangs drop openers at Classic

Vancouver ropes Vernon Mustangs in Classic opener

Vernon Mustangs primed for Coke Classic

Winter Carnival prepped for kick off

Editorial – Carnival pivotal in local history

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Miss Kalamalka Rotary Hayley Rakos was crowned Queen Silver Star the 59th Thursday night at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

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