Leir House Sunday Markets

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The Penticton & District Community Arts Council is proud to present its summer art markets!  Beginning on July 23rd to September 3rd, 2017, every Sunday from 11am-3pm the markets will take place under the trees on the grounds of the Leir House 220 Manor Park Avenue. We welcome vendor sellers of arts, crafts and local … Read More

Georgia Krebs – “Observation of Life”

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Our very own, Georgia Krebs, is displaying her beautiful work at The Front Street Gallery from August 5th-17th. The Opening will be held at 10am on August 5th, and will be open Monday to Saturday from 10am-4pm.  Georgia is currently the OSA President and her talent and creativity inspires us all here at the Shatford … Read More

Coming up at The Penticton Art Gallery

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From July 7th to September 17th 2017 The Penticton Art Gallery offers a counterpoint to Canada 150 celebrations with a special focus on indigenous perspectives Please join us Saturday July 22nd from 1pm – 3pm for an artist reception at the Penticton Art Gallery

Planting for healing – SD 67 Reconciliation Garden

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Elder Grace Graeyeyes and hereditary chief Adam Eneas stand with Penticton Secondary School student Sierra Simpson at Tuesday’s planting of the reconciliation garden on school property. A time to remember. A time to heal. Under the watchful eyes of elders Grace Greyeyes and hereditary chief Adam Eneas of the Penticton Indian Band, members of the … Read More

Art Walk & Wine in the Vines, July 15 & 16

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The Artists of the Okanagan-Similkameen are pleased to be painting en Plein air and participating in an Artisan Market in the vines between Liquidity and Noble Ridge Wineries, Okanagan Falls on Oliver Ranch Road. We invite Art enthusiasts and Wine lovers to pair these two favorite activities while strolling along the path between these two … Read More

Planting for healing

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A time to remember. A time to heal. Under the watchful eyes of elders Grace Greyeyes and hereditary chief Adam Eneas of the Penticton Indian Band, members of the Penticton Secondary School BC First Nations 12 class and others put the first plants in the ground in phase one of the School District 67 Reconciliation … Read More

The Many Hats’ ‘Norwegians’ Play Opens on July 6th!

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Many Hats Theatre Company  is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for The Norwegians, the third show in our tenth anniversary season! Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Thelma and Louise got lost in Fargo?  Here’s your chance! The Norwegians is a quirky black comedy about heartbreak and what you can do about it, if … Read More