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Young Professional Jingle Mingle

Join us at an all new venue with festive drinks, delicious appies, great tunes, prizes and maybe even a visit from Santa. Wear your favourite Ugly Christmas Sweater (if you have one!), come for a drink (or a few), and meet old friends and new.
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Tribal Bellydance Fundamentals

Welcome to Tribal Bellydance Fundamentals! This belly dancing class will teach you how to move your body in new ways and refine those movements through focused steps.
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Water Travels a Cycle

In his combination of linear forms and vibrant colours, David Wilson creates circular compositions that draw from the symbols and stories of his Okanagan First Nations heritage. Exploring traditional narratives and using pictographs based on those found on sites in the Okanagan region, he reinterprets the stories of his people. In this series, the story of water’s social life—from the rain of the clouds, through snowy peaks of mountains, to Spotted Lake where it evaporates—is told in images.
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ArtMart: Cool Arts Launch

Kelowna’s favourite (and only) art vending machine is back for its final edition of 2019! This time we’re doing something special: a partnership with Cool Arts! The incredible members of the Cool Arts Society have been working for months to create colourful sculptures and objects for the ArtMart. Every piece is one of a kind.
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Tribal Bellydance Fundamentals

Welcome to Tribal Bellydance Fundamentals! This belly dancing class will teach you how to move your body in new ways and refine those movements through focused steps.
Read more...

Water Travels a Cycle

In his combination of linear forms and vibrant colours, David Wilson creates circular compositions that draw from the symbols and stories of his Okanagan First Nations heritage. Exploring traditional narratives and using pictographs based on those found on sites in the Okanagan region, he reinterprets the stories of his people. In this series, the story of water’s social life—from the rain of the clouds, through snowy peaks of mountains, to Spotted Lake where it evaporates—is told in images.
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