Summerland

Demand increasing at Summerland Food Bank

One-third of households receiving help are families with children

 

Okanagan Crush Pad in Summerland is offering a crowdfunding investment opportunity through FrontFundr. (Okanagan Crush Pad image)

Summerland winery launches crowdfunding opportunity

Okanagan Crush Pad working with FrontFundr on ownership project

 

The Friends of the Summerland Ornamental Gardens will hold their fall plant sale on Saturday, Sept. 17. (Contributed)

Fall plant sale in Summerland scheduled for Sept. 17

Perennials and grasses will be available at fall sale

 

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LETTER: Thanks for supporting Summerland athlete

Family of Justin Kripps grateful for community support

  • Sep 14, 2022
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A Canadian bobsleigh team, under the guidance of Justin Kripps of Summerland, won silver in World Cup action in Germany on Sunday. (IBSF photo)

Summerland bobsleigh athlete joins Canadian coaching staff

Justin Kripps has competed in four Winter Olympic games

A Canadian bobsleigh team, under the guidance of Justin Kripps of Summerland, won silver in World Cup action in Germany on Sunday. (IBSF photo)
The area in front of the Summerland Museum and the George Ryga Arts and Cultural Centre was bustling as people attended the Summerland Fall Fair on Sept. 10. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

PHOTOS: Summerland Fall Fair held at outdoor venue

One-day agricultural celebration was held on Sept. 10

The area in front of the Summerland Museum and the George Ryga Arts and Cultural Centre was bustling as people attended the Summerland Fall Fair on Sept. 10. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
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LETTER Garbage can needed at entrance to Summerland park

Container requested for Giant’s Head Mountain Park

  • Sep 14, 2022
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On Oct. 15, voters in Summerland will choose a mayor, six municipal councillors and two school board trustees. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland voters have 20 names on ballot

Candidates are declared for mayor, councillor and school trustee roles

On Oct. 15, voters in Summerland will choose a mayor, six municipal councillors and two school board trustees. (Summerland Review file photo)
Enjoying a cider on the Summerland Heritage Cider Company’s patio in preparation for the upcoming 100 Men Who Care event on Sept.13. (Contributed)

Summerland cidery to host 100 Men Who Care event

Fundraiser will be at Summerland Heritage Cider Company on Sept. 13

Enjoying a cider on the Summerland Heritage Cider Company’s patio in preparation for the upcoming 100 Men Who Care event on Sept.13. (Contributed)
In 2009, Hon. Brigid Shaughnessy officially opened the Summerland Fall Fair. She is the great-granddaughter of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, who created the original Summerland Fall Fair in 1909. (Contributed)

Summerland Fall Fair has long heritage

Agricultural celebration began in 1909

In 2009, Hon. Brigid Shaughnessy officially opened the Summerland Fall Fair. She is the great-granddaughter of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, who created the original Summerland Fall Fair in 1909. (Contributed)
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COLUMN: The strength of an effective local government

These seven individual members became a strong team

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Rotary Beach in Summerland. (Black Press file photo)

Popular Summerland beach fills up after swim advisory lifted

Rotary Beach had high levels of E.coli

Rotary Beach in Summerland. (Black Press file photo)
Toni Boot (Contributed)

Candidate has served as Summerland’s mayor for past four years

Summerland Mayor Toni Boot announced is stepping down from the mayor’s role…

Toni Boot (Contributed)
The Blue Mountain wildfire in Penticton has grown to 50 hectares (Photo - @BCGovFireInfo/Twitter)

UPDATE: New wildfire west of Penticton has grown to 55 hectares

The Blue Mountain wildfire started on Sept. 2 and is thought to be human-caused

The Blue Mountain wildfire in Penticton has grown to 50 hectares (Photo - @BCGovFireInfo/Twitter)
Brad Besler is seeking a seat on Summerland’s council in the Oct. 15 municipal election. (Contributed)

Brad Besler to seek role as Summerland councillor

The business owner has been in a long-running dispute with neighbouring mushroom farm

Brad Besler is seeking a seat on Summerland’s council in the Oct. 15 municipal election. (Contributed)
Just Hazel Cafe in Summerland has closed its doors. Tracey Savage, owner of the cafe, said a shortage of staff led to her decision to close. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Labour shortage results in closure of Summerland cafe

Just Hazel Cafe had been struggling to hire and keep staff

Just Hazel Cafe in Summerland has closed its doors. Tracey Savage, owner of the cafe, said a shortage of staff led to her decision to close. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
In past years, voter turnout for municipal elections has often been below 50 per cent. The next election for Summerland’s mayor and council is Oct. 15. (Summerland Review file photo)

History of low voter turnout as Summerland preps for election

Fewer than half cast ballots for mayor and council in 2018

In past years, voter turnout for municipal elections has often been below 50 per cent. The next election for Summerland’s mayor and council is Oct. 15. (Summerland Review file photo)
St. Stephen Anglican Church in Summerland has been facing financial difficulties this year, but the church will continue to provide services. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Summerland church to lose priest due to financial challenges

St. Stephen Anglican Church will still offer services

St. Stephen Anglican Church in Summerland has been facing financial difficulties this year, but the church will continue to provide services. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)
Doug Holmes (Contributed)

Holmes to seek position as Summerland mayor

Doug Holmes has been involved in local government and community work

Doug Holmes (Contributed)
Phase 1 of Summerland’s Hunters Hill project is sold out and 55 per cent of Phase 2 has also been sold. The development overlooks Summerland. (Photo courtesy Hunters Hill)

First phase of Summerland’s Hunters Hill development nearly sold out

Second phase of development is 55% sold

Phase 1 of Summerland’s Hunters Hill project is sold out and 55 per cent of Phase 2 has also been sold. The development overlooks Summerland. (Photo courtesy Hunters Hill)