Local Entertainment

A new spin on ghost stories

The Okanagan Screen Arts Society screens A Ghost Story Oct. 23 at the Vernon Towne Cinema

  • Oct 20th, 2017

Reel Reviews: Nothing left to lose

We say, “Grieving Quan kicks butt”

  • Oct 20th, 2017

Street Sounds: Beck’s back

The thirteenth album from Beck is Colors, a sprawling blast of beautiful beat-driven pop rock

  • Oct 20th, 2017

Boss of the blues coming to town

Kenny (Blues Boss) Wayne will be onstage at the Vernon Jazz Club Oct. 21

  • Oct 19th, 2017

O’Keefe maze a tour through terror

A foreboding silence looms over the corn stalks that reach high into the midnight sky

A tribute to female rock icons

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

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    Pentunia plays Falkland
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          Cast ready to do the time warp, again

          Scantily clad actors race across the BX studio, preparing for the fast-approaching performance

          Bursary winners announced

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

          Smooth accordian jams with the demon squad

          When Jack Garton first tried the accordian, he put it on backwards

          • Oct 18th, 2017

          Exhibition discusses cannabis

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

          Music icon wows Vernon

          Burton Cummings captivated the sold-out crowd at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Monday

          Country rockers coming to the SOEC

          Old Dominion with special guests Washboard Union and Cold Creek County to perform in Penticton

          Virtuosic classical and folk kicks off season

          Double Double Duo kicks off the North Okanagan Community Concert Association’s 2017-18 season Oct. 21

          • Oct 15th, 2017

          Inaugural festival unites local art community

          It was her dream to unite arts and the community in Vernon

          Young Okanagan film creators develop pilot episode

          Kelowna - The Gotcha! team received $10,000 to create an episode which will be shown on Storyhive

          A one-man flurry

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

          Flautist holds master class

          Dr. Suzanne Snizek is leading a flute master class at the Vernon Community Music School Oct. 21.

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          ‘No shushing’ for educational kids’ jams

          When parents bring their kids to live performances, they often struggle to keep them quiet

          Street Sounds: Play it loud

          Death From Above survived a dramatic breakup to come back and release Outrage! Is Now

          • Oct 13th, 2017