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The Okanagan Eats Food Show returns to the Kelowna Curling Club in late April featuring Trevor Bird (of Vancouver's Fable Kitchen and Fable Diner) who will be a guest at this year's show. with live demos

The Okanagan Eats Food Show Returns to the Kelowna Curling Club this Weekend

The 3rd Annual Okanagan Eats Food Show returns to the Kelowna Curling Club this weekend welcoming vendors, guest speakers, chefs, restauranteurs, growers, producers and presenters. Entrants will have to opportunity to sample local products, as well as purchase small bites and alcohol samples on a token system….


Oliver Food and Oyster Market Hosted by Oliver Eats Ltd.
Oliver Food and Oyster Market Hosted by Oliver Eats Ltd.
Food and Drink

Oliver Food and Oyster Market Hosted by Oliver Eats Ltd

Come to Station Street in downtown Oliver to experience Oliver Eats’ Artisan Food and…

Documentary Screening of Us and Them at First United Church.
Documentary Screening of Us and Them at First United Church.
Arts and Culture

Documentary Screening of Us and Them at First United Church

While filmed around downtown Victoria BC, Us and Them, produced by Krista Loughton and…

Perseval and Young Cheese and Wine Pairing at Ricco Bambino.
Perseval and Young Cheese and Wine Pairing at Ricco Bambino.
Food and Drink

Perseval and Young’s Cheese and Wine Pairing at Ricco Bambino

Perseval and Young, new cheesemongers in the valley are holding their second ticketed event…

2019 Vaisakhi Parade returns next weekend to Rutland.
2019 Vaisakhi Parade returns next weekend to Rutland.
Arts and Culture

The 2019 Vaisakhi Parade is Back on Rutland Road this Saturday

Kelowna’s most colourful annual parade returns to Rutland April 27th beginning at 11:30am. Vaisakhi…

 

Editorials

OK Life

Frankie We Salute You! will be inspired by the healthy and fun food Brian and Christina Skinner make at home for friends and family with a plant-based focussed menu. Photo: Chef Brian Skinner Opening soon

The New District Market’s First Restaurant is Announced and it’s Pretty Great News

Late last spring, The Landmark Centre announced plans to open the new District Market…

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…

Copper Brewing is opening a 110 seat capacity microbrewery on Kirschner Road, one of 5 new brewers to come. Photo: Cory Ransom. @coryransom Brew News

Kelowna Hop City! These Are All the New Craft Breweries You’ll Be Drinking at in 2019

Just a couple of years ago, when only a few craft brewers were on…

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