“Hey, you want to see something neat?”
I turned from the entrance to the Allan Brooks Nature Centre to where a teenaged girl was beckoning from the shrubbery. She waved for me to join the knot of hunched figures bending low and peering intently at an ordinary looking bush.Read More
The games are coming to town. About 500 athletes aged 12 to 15 (plus their coaches), representing 37 cities from 13 countries, will be descending on Kelowna from Jan. 26 to 31, 2011, to compete in the International Children’s Winter Games.
Veronika Dimova, originally from Bulgaria,Read More
The silent elephant in the room for many seniors and their families: Misunderstanding and stigma too often prevent people from acknowledging mental health problems and accessing available resources.Read More
Telling someone their house is not a home is an insult. By definition, a home is where one lives and a house is a building for human habitation. When designing a home, there are infinite possibilities. This is where a designer can help.Read More
Dancing goddesses, serious ancestors, and humorous sunbathers, all in gleaming bronze sparkling in the natural light, are part of a special celebration. It is the 20th anniversary of world-renowned sculptor, Geert Maas, creating and showing his artworks in Canada.Read More