Community

A $20 bill in 1911

The Bank of Canada acquired “note issuing privileges” in July 1935

  • Aug 16th, 2017

B.C. girl’s lemonade stand raises hundreds for wildfire victims

Hayden Rodgers, 6, fundraises for those affected by the fire and Surrey Memorial Hospital

Over 600 attend Perseid stargazing event

Though the meteors weren’t too visible through clouds and smoke, plenty showed up for the talks

Farmers’ Market to move temporarily

Market relocating to make room for ITU Multisport Championship Festival

  • Aug 15th, 2017

Plenty of entries for #Key2SOEC contest

About 5,500 have entered so far, with just under a week left for entries

Miracle Treat Day

Dairy Queen’s one-day hospital fundraiser event is held on Thursday, Aug. 10

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      Arnold Lim Tour de Rock vlog episode 3: Mount Washington

         

        Having fun on Canada Day in Victoria

           

          ITU Multisport Festival filled with special events

          ITU Multisport Festival has events for more than just the athletes

          Meet Your Farmer: Kelowna’s Moonstone Kimchi ’n’ Krauts

          It’s that time again — to meet your local farmer.

          Perseids meteor shower peaks this weekend

          Smoke might interfere with viewing, but the show goes on regardless

          Athletes to compete in Orca Sprint Triathlon

          More than 300 participants expected in Summerland event

          Sewing outside

          An old Singer sewing machine was used during the Friends of the Gardens Art in the Gardens event

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          School work

          Work is taking place at the exterior of Summerland Secondary School this summer

          Rosedale Avenue

          In 1911, on the left side, outside the photograph, Judge Kelley had his home built

          Put the ‘Treat’ in treatment with BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser

          Enjoy a Blizzard and help the kids during Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day this Thursday, Aug. 10

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          WATCH: Smoke doesn’t hamper B.C. Day celebrations

          Penticton’s festivities still brought hundreds to Gyro Park, despite air quality warnings

          Downtown clinic making a difference

          Penticton’s Martin Street Clinic has been open for two years

          What’s happening with Anna Zeitner

          What’s happening this weekend in your community find out with Social Squad member Anna Zeitner.

          History of giving continues for Osoyoos group

          Osoyoos Dorcas ladies have increased their support to $30,000 for the Penticton Regional Hospital

          • Aug 8th, 2017

          Lake water blamed for health problems

          Woman and dog both ill following swim near Summerland dog beach

          How to save money while on vacation

          People are encouraged to save energy and cash this summer with the help from B.C. Hydro’s list.

          • Aug 3rd, 2017