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Participants bring their best to festival

Shuswap Music Festival concludes with April 28 gala

Choirs go voice to voice

Shuswap Men’s Chorus and Tapestry Women’s Choir play off each other in concert

Clean your closet for a cause

Donations of shoes and purses being accepted for the She Shoe Swaps event.

  • Apr 11th, 2017

Opera reveals Tchaikovsky’s many moods

Eugene Onegin HD Live from the Met will show Saturday, April 22 at 9:55 a.m. at the Salmar Classic

District gets set for egg hunt

The event will take place Saturday, April 15 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the curling rink

  • Apr 8th, 2017

Thunder will roll on Friday night mainstage

Country and bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs on Roots and Blues slate

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Paint Night in Salmon Arm
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Bridal expo fashion show finale
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Vernon Winter Carnival preview
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Kelowna Polar Bear Dip 2017
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Writer unveils some mysteries about Murdoch

Longtime television scriptwriter Paul Aitken will present at Word on the Lake Writers’ Festival

Miranda Lambert to hit Kelowna stage

Miranda Lambert will be coming to Prospera Place in September

Council calls for artists

Time to apply for Marie Manson and Blair Borden awards

Hot music for a cool spring night

Large crowd appreciative of Mexican music and culture

Kizomba debuts on the dance floor

City Dance is offering lessons in the latest partner dance trend for the first time in the region.

FEATURE: Joel Plaskett’s Kelowna connection

Halifax rocker/singer songwriter singing about Kelowna since a Flashback’s gig; Returns with father

Play shelved due to casting challenges

Shuswap Theatre creative team working on creative replacement

Former Shuswap realtor joins cast of Big Brother Canada

Karen Singbeil, 53, is one of only three B.C residents on the show.

  • Mar 16th, 2017

Get ready to rock out

Performer takes audience back to mid-century vibes

Luck of the Irish brings acclaimed author

Shuswap Association of Writers hosts fundraising ceilidh Friday

Five more added to Roots and Blues slate

Artistic director builds diverse festival with wide appeal

Opera sings of love, loss

In HD and with Dolby digital surround sound, New York’s Metropolitan Opera performs La Traviata on the big screen.

March is for making music

Salmon Arm Secondary bands perform in concert at both Jackson and Sullivan campuses this month

Cochrane rocks Kelowna

Tom Cochrane played for fans in Kelowna Friday, opened by country’s Meghan Patrick