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Angela Browett most worried about the major adjustment her six-year-old daughter with autism will have to make.
Nine years ago, on an usually cold Christmas Day two Penticton women came up with a heart and foot-warming idea.
Richter recognized that the success of his farm would depend upon a healthy relationship with nearby aboriginal communities
"We’re not starchy. We get out there with the crowd. It’s going to be an intimate night come Saturday.”
The festival is booked in the same venue as last year at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre
Two South Okanagan artists made a big splash at a film festival in New York City last month
“The little mistakes we make on (The Wind) are embraced. That’s how it goes when you play live.”
A West Bench Elementary student made a passionate plea to School District 67 trustees on Tuesday.
Renner won’t be profiting from of the book’s success as all proceeds will be supporting Doctors Without Borders
Young performers of the Okanagan are being called upon to enter the Penticton Kiwanis Music, Dance and Speech Arts Festival
As proof that disco’s not dead, Abbamania and Night Fever is currently touring the country
The Louisiana Hayride Show is bringing its Christmas special to Penticton
An Elton John emulator has been booked for the upcoming Thursday Night Throwdown
Trustees fielded questions from the public for the first time since announcing they are looking at school closures.
Although he grew up in the birthplace of blues, it was a live performance by a group of white Europeans who got Sanders hooked
“We take the music very seriously but we want the audience to have fun with us as we’re doing it”
“If you’re playing classical it’s the violin and when it’s folk you call it a fiddle"
The Penmar Community Arts Society is hoping that its latest plea for help won’t be its dying breath
Santa, who will be joined by Mrs. Claus, will be meeting with kids around Penticton’s downtown on Dec. 5.
Max Hughes learned his first instrument at the age of 65