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This weekend will be the 33rd Annual Action Festival.
Later this week and next week a number of plays and concerts will be performed at the Shatford Centre in Penticton.
The Thursday Night Jazz Band, now in their 25th year performing in the South Okanagan, is coming to Summerland.
After mentioning that a cultural plan needs a strong economic foundation Hume mentioned a number of things that help animate a downtown.
The Fall Fair is in need of volunteers if this event is going to continue.
Next Wednesday there will be a Philosophers’ Cafe at the IOOF Hall to discuss “Why Cultural Planning is important for Summerland.”
The Penticton Art Gallery has been hosting an exhibit since March that reflects on the impact of steam on the Okanagan.
This year Culture Days will take place Sept. 25 to 27 in all provinces and territories across the country.
One of the wonderful things about spring is the arrival of spring concerts.
This Saturday the Penticton Tune-Agers are back with their spring concert, Anything Goes.
This Saturday, March 14 will see the first Mid-Month Market and Vendor Showcase.
This May marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Kettle Valley Railway.
What do you get when you combine soft guitar chords, pottery mugs, desserts, fancy coffee and wine? Cafe Noir.
Wine, jazz, specialty coffees and incredible desserts come together this Saturday as the Summerland Community Arts Council hosts Cafe Noir.
Next Wednesday, Feb. 11 will be the second Philosophers’ Cafe of 2015.
Next Thursday begins a busy month for the arts in Summerland.
The Summerland Community Arts Council will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Arts Centre, 9908 Main St.
A novel by Swedish author Jonas Jonasson, The 100-Year old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared, comes to the screen.
The Summerland Children’s Choir invites you to The Polar Express Sing-Along Movie Night on Friday, Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.
The Musaic Vocal Ensemble, which was formed in 1995 by Ken Gray and originally had 13 members, now boasts more than 40 people in the choir.