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Kelowna Cheese and Meat Festival nearly sold out

The festival takes place Saturday, May 25
The Cheese and Meat Festival is coming to Kelowna on May 25. (Cheese and Meat Festival/Facebook)

The Kelowna Cheese and Meat Festival is returning to Laurel Packinghouse on May 25.

The festival will feature over 35 vendors looking to delight the taste buds with various meats and cheeses, along with other specialty foods.

“Our goal is to treat your taste buds to an experience that shows you the hard work behind the foods and drinks at the festival. We’ve set up the vendors to give guests great pairings while you meet the makers,” said festival director David Bain.

Vendors are from across the region as the festival aims to support local producers, such as Give Them Brie, Asylum Woodworks, Abandoned Rail Brewing Co., Auntie NeeNee’s Caribbean Sauces, The Village Cheese and more.

Tickets are nearly sold out. Learn more about the event or purchase a ticket at

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Brittany Webster

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