Penticton Today: OSNS sets record, TEDx Penticton and more

News from the South Okanagan and beyond to get your Monday started.

Brian Hughes

Good morning, Penticton.

Monday will be cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of showers this morning and a high of 9 C. For the full week forecast visit Environment Canada here.

It will be another week full of events from concerts, to fundraisers and seasonal cheer. This includes the Toys For Tots to Teens event on Tuesday, Celtic Thunder performing at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Thursday and The annual Summerland Light Up this weekend. Read more by clicking on the links.

Congratulations to the OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre for having a record-setting day at their annual telethon that was held on Sunday. Read more: OSNS Share-a-Smile Telethon sets new record.

The City of Penticton is holding a special public meeting on Wednesday to allow the public a chance to weigh in on the proposed settlement and enhanced marina agreements the city has negotiated with Trio Marine Group. Read more: Penticton City Hall readies for Skaha public meeting.

ICYMI: Bryan Adams rocked the SOEC last week. Check out our photo gallery here. If you have photos you want to share please send them to editor@pentictonwesternnews.com and we will add them to the gallery.

Further up the Okanagan Valley, Peachland residents that are concerned about alternative route options for Highway 97 are invited to an open house on Monday. Read more on this here.

Get your tickets for TEDx Penticton which takes place on Nov. 25 at the Cleland Theatre. An interesting list of presenters will surely leave you inspired and full of new ideas. Read more:TEDx Penticton speaker taking the wine industry one pore at a time