Supporting Local Tourism Special, Downtown Vernon Sunshine day

On this special episode of Supporting Local Tourism, we are back in downtown Vernon participating in Sunshine day. In place of the popular Sunshine Festival, Downtown Vernon Association has created “Sunshine day” a smaller and safe version of past carnival events. I was invited to come and participate in Little Plums children’s parade, speak to locals, walk around and visit […]

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Supporting Local Tourism Episode 18, Forbidden Spirits Distillery

This week on “Supporting Local Tourism” we were were excited to be invited to the Forbidden Spirits Distillery in Kelowna BC!Forbidden Spirits, opened in 2019, is a distillery that makes Vodka, Brandy, Whisky, and Gin!From their amazing distillery room visible through the large windows in the tasting room to their Vodka that is created by, local hand-picked apples this distillery […]

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Supporting Local Tourism Episode 17, Myra Canyon Adventure Park

This week on “Supporting Local Tourism” we were were excited to be invited to the Myra Canyon Adventure Park in Kelowna BC!Myra Canyon adventure park is Kelowna’s number one adventure park, with seven treetop obstacle courses, and three zip lines you are sure to have a day filled with joy and thrills!Myra Canyon offers their treetop courses (as seen in […]

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Supporting Local Tourism Episode 14, Vernon Public Art Gallery

This week on “Supporting Local Tourism” we were invited to visit and film at the Vernon Public Art Gallery located in Downtown Vernon BC. The current exhibit shown in the episode features 28 different artists from 15 countries. In May the Vernon Public Art Gallery will welcome 4 new exhibits featuring Health, the history of residential schools, youth, as well as featuring some work from the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree graduates from UBCO!

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Supporting Local Tourism Episode 13, Grey Canal Trail Blackcomb Way

This week on “Supporting Local Tourism” we were in Vernon British Columbia hiking the Blackcomb way grey canal trail.This trail follows the old canal waterway, which used to transport water to the nearby homes and farms, while no longer a canal, you can still see some of the canal pieces left behind.This trail is truly unique, as it connects to […]

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Supporting Local Tourism Episode 12, Kangaroo Creek farm

Did you know that there are kangaroos in the Okanagan, okay, not wild Kangaroos but….This week on “Supporting Local Tourism” we visited the Kangaroo Creek farm in Kelowna British Columbia. When visiting the farm you can see Kangaroos, capybaras, bunnies and more. In some of the enclosures, you can even pet and feed exotic animals! For more information visit their […]

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