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Caravan Farm Theatre's Walk of Terror expands to two nights this year. Not to be missed!

Caravan Farm Theatre’s Walk of Terror Expands to Two Nights this Year

Caravan amps up the creep factor with its 16th annual Walk of Terror and this year it’s two nights. Walk or run, but don’t hide for one of the spookiest events of Halloween. This year’s outdoor trek features three distinct scenes that line the 20-to-30 minute walk as patrons wind their way across the Salmon River Road farm, and promises to jump-start hearts in even the strongest chests….


Saturday Seafood Soirée at Hotel Eldorado.
Saturday Seafood Soirée at Hotel Eldorado.
Food and Drink

Saturday Seafood Soirée at Hotel Eldorado

End the Inaugural Kelowna Seafood Celebration with a shucking great time at the Hotel…

Do Downtown Kelowna on the Third Saturday of October. Photo taken from the Orchard Room on Lawrence, one of the many businesses that will be participating.
Do Downtown Kelowna on the Third Saturday of October. Photo taken from the Orchard Room on Lawrence, one of the many businesses that will be participating.
Food and Drink

Do Downtown Kelowna on the Third Saturday of October

Looking to do something fun on Saturday, October 19th? Maybe find some great deals…

Daphne Odjig 100 at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
Daphne Odjig 100 at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
Arts and Culture

Daphne Odjig 100 at the Kelowna Art Gallery

Daphne Odjig 100 is a capsule retrospective of the late artist Daphne Odjig that…

Arts and Culture

Daphne Odjig 100 at the Kelowna Art Gallery

Big Sugar Live at the Kelowna Community Theatre this November.
Big Sugar Live at the Kelowna Community Theatre this November.
Music

Big Sugar Comes to the Kelowna Community Theatre this November

The eclectic sounds of Big Sugar, will fill the auditorium at the Kelowna Community…

 

Editorials

OK Life

A groundswell of outrage and moral panic has exploded in Rutland upon City Council’s approval of a development permit that will allow BC Housing to build supportive housing for 49 individuals at 130 McCurdy Road. Homes first

To Fight or Unite?

A groundswell of outrage and moral panic has exploded in Rutland upon City Council’s…

Frankie We Salute You! opens it's plant oriented resto in a less than green strip mall on the 97. plant powered plates

Frankie We Salute You Brings Plant Savvy Cuisine to Kelowna

Spring has sprung and plants popped up all over, and not just in gardens…

Master planned neighbourhoods are all about affordability says the local development community. LEFT: This house in Upper Mission is priced at $2,500,000. The average price of master planned homes seems to be around $900,000 – way beyond what a regular BC family can afford. This house is from the “Terroir series” clearly referencing it’s strong sense of place lol. Maybe one day the hills will look like the image on the RIGHT: Late capitalism in full bloom (cover of Frederic Jameson’s book Postmodernism). 2.5 is a joke

OPINION: Dear Council, Stick With the Vision the Public Chose, and Suits Your Growth Goals – Scenario 3

We took part in Imagine Kelowna, walked through an engaging choose-your-own-adventure version of all…

Martin's Lane hospitality section is comprised of two floors accessible by a freestanding spiral staircase. More on that below. Photo: Hello Kelowna Alchemy in action

Martin’s Lane Winery – A Sensory Experience You Won’t Soon Forget

Martin’s Lane Winery in Kelowna is certainly an ambitious endeavour. You may have heard…

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