Brenda Ingram

Recreation Department plans spring events

With the commencement of March, comes excitement. Spring break starts in a week.

The Summerland Aquatic Centre will have activities for Family Day on Monday.

Considering the value of Family Day

As we approach Family Day on Feb. 9, our newest statutory holiday, we can reflect on the meaning of family.

The Summerland Aquatic Centre will have activities for Family Day on Monday.

LEISURE TIMES: Registration open for fall activities

The annual maintenance closure at the Aquatic Centre is complete and the facility is now open and ready for new adventures.

LEISURE TIMES: Warm weather keeps everyone busy

Brenda Ingram column on summer activities to keep families busy

Summerland volunteers are the best

As we get closer to Action Festival 2013, I want to say a huge thank you to our volunteers.

Recreational opportunities for all ages

Spring is here and everyone is busy with spring sports leagues and other outdoor activities.

Fitness activities plentiful

As we begin the month of April, spring is definitely here.

Rec facilities kept in good condition

Summerland recreation facilities are well-maintained in spite of their age.

Halloween party haunted history

The Summerland Parks and Recreation Department has been sponsoring and organizing a community Halloween party for more than 27 years.

Chris Harkin

Upgrades done at Summerland Aquatic Centre

Each year the Aquatic and Fitness Centre closes for two weeks for maintenance.

Chris Harkin

Plan for fall sports and recreation

Now is the time to map out fall recreational activities

Staying safe on Okanagan Lake

We are now into full swing summer and enjoying the many water opportunities that are available in the Okanagan.

Memories of swimming lessons

Swimming lessons used to be in the cold Okanagan Lake.

Daycamp coming up at Summerland Youth Centre

The Summerland Youth Centre Association is a not-for-profit organization of dedicated volunteers.

Penticton Herald sports editor Dave Crompton and Summerland Review editor John Arendt work out in preparation for the Giants Head Run June 2. They’ve challenged each other for the run which takes place during Action Fest.

Three decades of shirts for runners

For the past 30 years, participants in the Giant’s Head Run have received a commemorative shirt.

Penticton Herald sports editor Dave Crompton and Summerland Review editor John Arendt work out in preparation for the Giants Head Run June 2. They’ve challenged each other for the run which takes place during Action Fest.

Volunteers get ready for two Summerland races

This will be my 24th opportunity to work with the volunteers and participants in the Giant's Head Run and Man of Steel Triathlon.