Community

VIDEO: Horseback riding helps North Okanagan residents with special needs

North Okanagan Therapeutic Riding Association needs more volunteers to continue offering sessions

Kal Crystal Waters Trail now open in Okanagan

This new Vernon trail connects college with rail trail and offers a safer route for pedestrians, cyclists

Unisus students raise money for Summerland Food Bank

Students in Grades 4, 5 and 6 hold food drive and bake sale

Pieper’s legacy honoured with North Okanagan ‘buddy benches’

Three benches erected at Armstrong schools in memory of beloved education assistant Anita Pieper

Osoyoos holds celebration on Canada Day

Canada Day/Cherry Fiesta expected to bring thousands of people

Three osprey chicks hatch at FortisBC in Okanagan

FortisBC first launched the osprey-cam in 2012

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Pen Henge ceremony to mark summer solstice

Event on Munson Mountain in Penticton celebrates the longest day of the year

Buy a lotto ticket and be a hero to B.C. burn survivors

The Hometown Heroes Lottery is offering up nine grand prizes including a home in Lake Country

Summerland street banner designs to be unveiled

Community has displayed summer banners downtown since 1998

Okanagan woman turns 104, takes tandem wheelchair ride

Heron Grove resident Annette Schlatter celebrated a big milestone on June 12

Summerland cafe operators share a passion for good food

Cafe and the fruit stand both have a long tradition in the community

Brewing up support for mental health in Penticton

The SOEC and Cannery Brewing’s limited release Power Chord Pilsner raised $5,400 for CMHA SOS

Summerland Skatepark to officially open on June 22

New facility in Summerland has been in use since early spring

Summerland Kiwanis Club supports DARE program

Service organization donates $500 to drug abuse initiative

‘Eat vegetables’ among advice given from ages 4 to 90 in B.C. students’ video

‘Character Matters’ project produced by Grade 6 students in Abbotsford

Funding sought for Oliver skatepark project

Community one of six finalists in BCAA Play Here contest

School responds after needle and knife allegedly found during field trip

“The students were closely supervised and when sharp objects were found, the children did not pick them up”

Summerland connection to Sam McGee recognized

McGee Street in Summerland named after character immortalized in poem by Robert Service

Luminary Walk provides solace for victims of cancer

Candles lit, tears shed both by survivors and by those who have lost loved ones

Okanagan woman reaches major milestone – turns 100

Ethel Margaret, born in 1919, says secret to life is being around good people

  • Jun 11, 2019