Meet Me on Bernard Wraps Up its Inaugural Year

2 min read

The Labour Day long weekend coincided with the final days of Meet Me on Bernard (MMOB) for 2021. The program, which saw the 200 - 500 blocks of Bernard Avenue open to pedestrian foot traffic only for July and August, had a very successful first year given the ebb and flow of permitted activation types, provincial health orders, and weather conditions…

Kelowna Visitor Centre Planning Phased Re-Opening

3 min read

Since temporarily closing the doors of the Kelowna Visitor Centre to in-person servicing on March 18, our Visitor Experience team has been busy connecting with local residents and answering visitor inquiries through online chat, telephone, and email, seven days per week…

Answering Your Questions During COVID-19: Part Two

2 min read

As we've been connecting with our stakeholders to collect and share information on the impact of COVID-19, we've received good feedback and questions. To help further, we'll take questions and themes and share them through this format. This second set of questions delves further into our team’s work…

Kelowna Visitor Centre to Close Temporarily

1 min read

With the COVID-19 public health issue evolving rapidly, and with the closure of several civic facilities, Tourism Kelowna will temporarily close the Kelowna Visitor Centre today, March 17, at 5:30 p.m. until further notice. This follows the closure of our Airport Information Kiosk and mobile operations, which occurred yesterday, March 16.…

Okanagan College Student Gaining Experience at the Kelowna Visitor Centre

1 min read

Sydney Solland, a Business Administration - Tourism Management student at Okanagan College, will be starting a new position in the Kelowna Visitor Centre this week. Sydney has worked as a Visitor Experience Specialist with Tourism Kelowna for the last 13 months and will be moving up to cover the Visitor Experience, Operations role for Morgan Hunter, who will be on maternity leave beginning May 10…