1604 Lund Rd.
Kelowna, British Columbia    250-826-5082


The City of Kelowna works in collaboration with its various community partners so as to serve the city's cultural needs. During the year 2004, it was named the Cultural Capital of Canada in response to its dynamic and vibrant Cultural District. It's received an award of $500,000. For the arts, the Kelowna Community Theatre is operated by the City and boasts of an 853-seat location in the Cultural District. The Theatre has been bringing individuals together ever since 1962, and it is home to kelowna Community Concert Association, Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Kelowna, Viva Musica and Theatre Kelowna Society. Kelowna City likewise has Public Art pieces situated all through the entire area. These pieces are created by the community's non-profit groups or residents. What's more, the City of Kelowna provides Arts Grants to non-profit arts and cultural groups that produce yearly arts-focused pursuits in the City. They work in partnership along with the Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna Museum, Rotary Centre for the Arts and Parks Alive.

In Kelowna city, there are cultural events and special events. There is rarely any time that passes without their being something new or fun to do. Individuals who want the experience of festivals could come and enjoy the Mardi Gras Street Festival, Fat Cats Children's Festival, Okanagan Wine Festival, and Parks Alive. Fat Cat Children's Festival is funded locally and operated by volunteers. It attracts various parents and kids each year. Mardi Gras provides restaurants and pubs all throughout the night. There are also stage performances and children's activity zone including dunk tank and climbing wall. Okanagan Wine Festivals are held three times within the Okanagan Valley. Everyone is invited to sample award-winning wines, attend educational seminars, and taste native food. Parks Alive is a non-profit program that brings art and culture to Kelowna's lakefront and parks from the month of June to the month of September.

The city of Kelowna is considered the largest city within the tourist-oriented Okanagan Valley, and employs majority of its residents within the service trade. The area in and around Kelowna produces lots of wines which have garnered international recognition. There are many vineyards south of the city, where the nice climate allows for the cultivation and production of wine. Among the most popular ones is the Mission Hill Estate Winery, which is different for its architectural design. The city of Kelowna is also known for Sun-Rype, a popular snack and fruit juice company. The City is the seat of the Regional District of the Central Okanagan, the third biggest metropolitan area within British Columbia. It is likewise the third biggest within the British Columbia Interior. The city has many beautiful lakes and mild weather, that makes it one of the fastest growing cities within North America.

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LOCAL: 250-826-5082
1604 Lund Rd.
Kelowna, British Columbia