Thanks to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe which was founded in 1947, Fringe theatre and Fringe
Kelowna is best known for its rolling hills, great wineries and beautiful Okanagan Lake. However, it also has a thriving arts and culture scene ideal for those wanting to explore the creative side of the city.
If you haven’t popped it into your calendar yet, you should do it right now - BreakOut West 2018 is just a little over two months away!
Article originally published on ZenSeekers by Rebecca Bollwitt (aka Miss604).
Ogopogo is B.C.’s very own Loch Ness Monster, turned friendly water creature, the legend hunters have been trying to capture on film for the past half century.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 3:00 PM by Vince Jones
Artwork from Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Gustave Courbet and other world-famous and renowned artists is set to visit the Kelowna Art Gallery for the first time later this year. How cool is that?
Thursday, May 17, 2018 3:00 PM by Vince Jones
This June, award-winning hyperrealistic drawing artist, Emanuele Dascanio, is holding a 3-day workshop in Kelowna.
I love to find artwork in hidden places. I sometimes take a wrong turn or two and am pleasantly surprised by the artwork that I find. It may have been there for a long time, but when I stumble upon it it feels like I found it. Here are some of my favourite artwork "finds" in Kelowna.
It's the first day of spring and with warmer days and bursts of colour on the way, here are some local tracks sure to put a spring in your step - this is your Kelowna spring playlist...
Spring is a great time to visit Kelowna. The warmer weather brings out BBQs and patio dining, as well as a several popular events including outdoor festivals.