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With fall programs well underway, it is always interesting to note which programs have immediate popularity.
It’s official. We are back to the swing of things. Back to school. Back to routine. Back to organized sports, lessons and more.
Recope – helping members of our community regain their lives and improve quality of life.
With two weeks until the end of summer vacation, we must force ourselves to look forward towards a new fall schedule.
Gold in the Net (GITN) hockey camp for goalies are using the latest technology to enhance performance.
It’s hard to imagine with all our hot weather this summer that athletes will be venturing to Summerland for our ice.
Last week, June 6 to 13, marked the national Water Safety Week campaign, led by the Canadian Red Cross.
June 6, the Saturday of Action Festival was an exciting day in Summerland.
The Giant’s Head Run isn’t just a community event. It’s proudly become a family experience.
Every spring, there is inspiration in the air to sign up for one of the many wonderful community events, fundraisers or races.
Sunday April 26 marks the ninth annual Earth Day Celebration at Dale Meadows Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
At some point we will all experience a much unwelcomed injury that either slows us down or forces us to take an alternate route.
Spring officially starts tomorrow! New beginnings are everywhere.
Learning to swim can be a fun and challenging process at any age.
Summerland Recreation is proud to offer the full spectrum of aquatic programming.
With the Giant’s Head Run being just over a week away, it’s perfect timing to get in touch with this year’s headliners.
Swimmers from Summerland’s Orca Swim Club brought back bronze medals in recent competition.
Many opportunities for family fitness, fun, recreation in Summerland.
The Okanagan is well known as a haven for triathletes, and rightly so.
I felt so privileged to witness the personal stories, triumphs, emotions and excitement of the Olympics.