February 2020

Found 3 blog entries for February 2020.

4 Must-See March Events in Kelowna, BCAre you interested in getting out of the house but not sure what fun Kelowna events are happening this month? Kelowna has great attractions big and small, perfect for friends, family, and visitors of all ages. Here are 4 must-see events taking place this March in Kelowna.

Taste of the Terrace Culinary Class

When: March 19-21, at 6 p.m.

Address: Mission Hill Family Estate, 1730 Mission Hill Road, West Kelowna, BC V4T 2E4

Bring the taste of the Terrace Restaurant to your home by taking the Taste of the Terrace Culinary Class. Hosted at the Mission Hill Family Estate in West Kelowna, you will learn how to make some of the Terrace's top dishes from the Terrace's own culinary team. Four courses will show you how to make a four-course

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Everything You Need to Know About Commuting in KelownaWhen you're thinking about moving to a new city, one of the many things you might start wondering about is the commute time. How much time you spend commuting from your home to work will have an impact on your quality of life. If you're thinking about moving to Kelowna, you're in luck! People who live in Kelowna spend less time commuting than many other Canadians. If you hate driving, want to spend less time on the road, or if you prioritize a green (low emission) lifestyle, then living in Kelowna may be for you. Here's what you need to know.

What Kind of Commute Can You Expect in Kelowna, BC?

People who live in Kelowna spend about 20 minutes (19.8, to be exact) traveling to their workplace every day. That's less than 40 minutes of total commute

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Getting Around Kelowna on Public TransportationWith a population of nearly 200,000 people, Kelowna had to develop a dependable public transportation system to support local commutes. They created the Kelowna Regional Transit System in response and established routes all across the cityscape.

As they developed their routes, they were the first to put double-decker buses and hybrid-powered buses in their fleets. Although they have since transferred those iconic buses to Victoria, they still go above and beyond in providing their community with reliable transportation every day of the week. To discover what they provide residents, here's a look at public transportation in Kelowna.

Regular Bus Routes

Across Kelowna, residents have their choice of 28 bus routes on the regular schedule. Most of

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