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Kiwanis Music Festival results

The following are dance results from the Kiwanis Music Festival. (See more results in Monday's Herald.)

Family-inspired music performed at CD release party

Award-winning entertainer Kyle Anderson is hosting a CD release party on Saturday, May 10.

Monster trucks zooming through SOEC in May

Monster trucks will be roaring at the South Okanagan Events Centre next month.

Florida Georgia Line rocks Penticton

Tyler Hubbard, half of Florida Georgia Line, loves B.C.

Auditions for Shakespeare

"Welcome to the summer of my discontent - - Shakespeare time," once wrote a decided crank.

Greek bake sale time

The Hellenic community of Penticton will be holding its annual pre-Easter bake sale on Saturday at the Greek church which is located at 1265 Fairview Road on the corner of Douglas Avenue. Traditional Greek desserts and other favourites will be on sale, while supplies last, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Two near sellouts at Fest-of-Ale

Two near sellouts and hundreds of smiles highlighted the 19th annual Okanagan Fest-of-Ale this weekend.

Dynamic duo playing with the OSO, Saturday

In this reference, the nomenclature Dynamic Duo has nothing to do with Batman and Robin, and everything to do with the trumpeter and the bassoonist.

Trooper returning to Peachfest for FREE concert

Trooper, arguably the most popular band to take to the main stage at the Penticton Peach Festival, will return for this year's event.

REVIEW: Unusual, innovative chamber plays at Community Concert

Last Saturday's Community Concert at the Cleland Theatre featured an unusual and innovative chamber music group: the ARC Ensemble. The "Artists of the Royal Conservatory" are all senior faculty at the Glenn Gould School in Toronto, as well as international soloists, ensemble and symphonic musicians, recording artists, conductors and composers.

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