Dan Walton

Soup Bowls Project doubling down

To deal with the growing popularity of the Soup Bowls Project, the Penticton Art Gallery has doubled the duration of the event

Penticton school goes all out for Remembrance

Two students at Princess Margaret Secondary are planning to make Remembrance Day a memorable experience for their peers

Voices for Remembrance

Members of the Naramata Community Choir wasted no time from the beginning of their season to prepare a concert for Remembrance Day

Big surprise for SOPAC

The South Okanagan Performing Arts Centre Society has received a five-figure sum that lay hidden within School District 67’s budget lines

Small businesses gather for Penticton craft show

The Make It! Okanagan Christmas Craft Faire and Sustainable Living Show is returning to Penticton.

Lakeside hosting psychic demo

The planes of Penticton’s physical existence will be bridged with the spirit world on Nov. 7

Holiday spirit tunes into Many Hats

The performers from Many Hats Theatre Co. will be topping off the 2015 season with a holiday comedy – Dashing Through the Snow

Musical duo plan special show at the Opus

To keep their audience fully engaged in the music, their venue of choice is the Opus Café and Bistro

Timewalkers make time for two shows at the Dream

The four acclaimed musicians who comprise the Timewalkers are bringing their talents to the Dream Café

Mexican immigrants being ancient tradition to Penticton

The Mexican tradition of celebrating past lives is coming to life at the Shatford Centre in Penticton

Valdy contends again in the Okanagan

Valdy will be playing as part of the Contenders, along with country musician Gary Fjellgaard

Private schools keep tabs on School District proposed closures

Local institutions are keeping on eye on School District 67’s proposal to close schools.

Duo to drop in to Dream

The David Sinclair and Keith Bennett Duo aren’t flashy when they take the stage – they let the music do the talking

New leader takes over Penticton Concert Band

The Penticton Concert Band is embarking upon its next chapter after recruiting Dave Brunelle as the new band director

Chorealis bringing stillness to Summerland

Anybody who will enjoy bathing in the sound of the human voice is invited to be an audience member of the Chorealis Vocal Ensemble

Deadline looming on school closure options

School District 67 will be deciding which public schools in Penticton and Summerland to keep open during a meeting on Jan. 20.

Outreach Centre care praised

A life of drugs, crime and homelessness for one Penticton teen has been reversed thanks to support from an outreach centre.

Presentation focuses on school districts dwindling enrolment and finances

With an excess of real estate and dwindling student enrolments, SD67 will likely be closing schools to sustain healthy capacity levels.

Lacarno drops in for two Okanagan shows

Locarno is in the South Okanagan to deliver two evenings of latin music

Gouchie returns to home away from home

After enduring harsh circumstances, singer-songwriter Kym Gouchie is back in town to headline a concert and share her healing process