January 2017

Found 2 blog entries for January 2017.

 

Life in Kelowna isn’t all orchards, wine tastings and sailing on the lake.  There’s a vibrant arts scene in Kelowna for audiences and performers alike.  Some key players in the musical theatre scene include Musical Actors and Singers of Kelowna (MASK), a group of unpaid amateur performers who rehearse weekly and put on one or two shows a year. This group of talented men and women perform around Kelowna and area and are often called upon to sing the National Anthems at Kelowna Rockets hockey games.

Another more active group in the city is the Kelowna Actors Studio Inc. (KAS).

This organization was founded in spring of 2003 with a goal of producing and performing top notch favourites from Broadway.   It was started by two individuals: Randy

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Fewer sales and new listings were the top stories in December in Kelowna and throughout the Okanagan Region at large last month.

There were just 453 sales across the region according to the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB), a sharp 21% fall from the 571 posted in November.  It was a 2% bump over December 2015 which falls in line with the above average activity seen in Kelowna throughout the past year.

OMREB president Anthony Bastiaanssen says the falling numbers at the end of 2016 represent a slow and steady decline and while the market is definitely cooler than it has been, the Okanagan housing market is likely returning to normal rather than heading for disaster.  He said in his December report to the community that a more normal

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