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The Penticton Tune-Agers held their annual Christmas concert, also their last with conductor Gordon Dawson
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe returns to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with two weekends of performances.
The last musical for this year's Princess Margaret seniors explores themes of segregation and inclusion.
Chase Padgett is bringing his guitar-based character work to the Dream Café with two very different performances.
Oscar winner Nicolas Cage is filming a feature film, Humanity Bureau, in the South Okanagan.
Penticton Arts Council president Timothy Tweed discusses what you can do for your local arts in this week's Arts Matter.
The Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra sparkled under the joint batons of Rosemary Thomson and Dennis Colpitts this weekend.
The Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular is returning to the South Okanagan Events Centre Dec. 4.
Celtic Thunder returned to the South Okanagan Events Centre Nov. 24.
Penticton poets, musicians and artists are honouring the legacy of Leonard Cohen with a night of tribute.
Michael Occhipinti, nine-time Juno nominee and his Sicilian Jazz Project stopped by St. Saviour's Church on Nov. 23.
Alysha Brilla is no stranger to mixing music and politics.
Anita Perry is a symphony reviewer living in the Okanagan.
Heather Allen explores the 12th Louise Penny novel A Great Reckoning.
Bryan Adams brought his Get Up tour to Penticton at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton.
Naturalist and author David Pitt-Brooke re-explores the land of his childhood in his latest book. He visits Penticton next week.
The sounds of old-time Christmas radio are coming to Penticton and Oliver.
The Fresh BC Talent Quest is entering its fifth season of educating and showcasing performing youth, hosting a fundraiser this weekend.
Executive director of the Penticton and District Community Arts Council Vaelei Walkden-Brown explores the art of the seasons.
Author, sportscaster, athlete and much more Stephen P. King has penned his final book.