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Fallow Ridge Disc GolfTechnical course: many trees, elevation changes and unique targets. Mix of baskets and tones. On private property - contact Ken or Linda with 24 hour notice when you want to come play. Must sign up as a British Columbia Disc Sports member for insurance purposes. If you are not a BCDS member, you are trespassing. Ken Fallow, None Listedhttps://www.pdga.com/course-directory/course/fallow-ridge
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Vernon Offroad Motorcycle ClubThe Vernon Off-Road Motorcycle Club is based in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia. The VOMC is a group of dirtbike enthusiasts dedicated to maintaining local trails and protecting our ability to ride in the North Okanagan. We promote the safe, responsible and sustainable use of off-road motorcycles for all rider abilities and ages.Travis Dunbar, President 2020None Listedhttp://www.vormc.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/226129495280/
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Vernon Silver Star QuiltersVSSQ began in 1986 as a group called Silver Star Quilting Squares after a quilting enthusiast put an ad in the local paper asking if anyone was interested in quilting. From an initial handful, we have grown to nearly 200 members. In 1999 the name of the group changed to Vernon Silver Star Quilters. Our Focus The guild's main focus is to promote quilting through literature, workshops, seminars, demonstrations and quilt shows. We also provide community services by donations of quilts, donations to other charities, and by arranging requested displays. We are a diverse group, coming from all parts of the world, with a common interest in quilting and fabric! Meetings Vernon Silver Star Quilters meet from September through June on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:00 at Grace Bible Church, 5661 Silver Star Road. Kate Bennett , 2020 PresidentNone Listedhttp://www.vssq.org/
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Vernon Ladies Slopitch leagueLadies intermediate/ competitive Slopitch league. Play Wednesday evenings April- June 18+ yrs to play No weekend commitment Michelle Embleton, League representative Linda Castonguay , League representative https://www.facebook.com/groups/169654223181561/
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Gallery VertigoGallery Vertigo is an artist-run centre for artistic innovation in the North Okanagan. It is the physical home of the North Okanagan Artists Alternative, a registered non-profit society and recognized charity composed of local and regional artists and friends of the arts. We welcome you to stop by, visit our two gallery spaces, reading nook with resource centre, and chat with our studio artists. Conversation is the heart of Gallery Vertigo and the NOAA. We are located next to Sun FM, across the street from the Georgette Shop, at Suite #102, 3105 – 28th Ave, Vernon BC. Our hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. Information, None Listedhttp://www.galleryvertigo.com/index.html https://www.facebook.com/galleryvertigo/
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Wahine Wednesday - Stand Up PaddleboardingWahine Wednesdays runs each Wednesday in the summer. The ladies of the lake launch from Kal Beach with each week has something a little different. Enjoy a sunset paddle, storytelling, yoga moves and a cruise along the Okanagan Rail Trail. Runs all summer until early September Kalavida Surf Shop, None Listedhttps://www.kalavidasurfshop.com/wahine-wednesday-kalavida/
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+45 +55 +65 Men's Soccer LeagueRunning men's soccer throughout the Okanagan Valley for the +45, +55, +60 & +65 agesTim Penaluna, PresidentNone Listedhttps://www.okanaganoldtimers.com/
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Caetani CentreThe Caetani Cultural Centre hosts year round live/work residencies for artists, writers and creatives internationally. Join us for ongoing literary, visual and performing arts programming, as well as distinguished guest speakers, workshops, presentations, music concerts, heritage tours and more! Summer Music Festival: Saturday, July 25, Headliners The Hip Replacements (Tragically Hip Tribute Band) and Cod Gone Wild, and more!. Our annual “fun”raising gala and auction A Splash of Red is Thursday, July 13. Visit caetani.org online or call the Caetani office at 250-275-1525 for more information or to register for programs. Sign up for our eNewsletter to stay in touch.Susan Brandoli, Executive DirectorLiz Thomson, Administrative Assisitanthttps://www.caetani.org/ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009871472952
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Vernon Masters Swim ClubVernon Rec Centre, None Listedhttps://www.vernon.ca/parks-recreation/programs-select-activity
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Vernon RingetteDawn Ponich, Director of ProgramsRosemary Manton, Presidenthttps://www.vernonringette.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonringette/
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Adult Basketball League - SummerSummer adult basketball league that runs mondays through July and August starting at 6pm.Mike Knights, Recreation ProgrammerNone Listedhttp://www.gvrec.ca
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Vernon BMXEveryone wants to be #1… but at Vernon BMX we really are! . How do we know? Because we say so! And if we’re that passionate about our sport's drive, skill, passion and sportsmanship, then nothing else matters (except, of course, your support). ​ Vernon BMX was established in 1980 when a petition was circulated to change an empty "dumping grounds" lot into a BMX track. The City named it Ranger Park. In 1983, we joined the Canadian American Bicycle Association although we have found a trophy with 1982 printed on it. Our sanctioning body today is BMX Canada. Vernon BMX is a non-profit organization totally run by volunteers. We need about 13 volunteers to run a Tuesday night race and many more are needed when we host a major race. Vernon BMX is proud to say we have had 6 riders go "Pro" and are working on more for the future.Shylo Orchard, President / Track OperatorNone Listedhttps://www.vernonbmx.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonbmxtrack
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Vernon Film SocietyThe Vernon Film Society, dormant for many years, was re-activated in 1982 by a group of individuals interested in bringing to Vernon alternative films to those being offered at the local theatres. The films were only available to us in 16mm format. The Society screened its films at Okanagan College from 1982 to 1992, at which time it had to reconsider its very existence because of the steadily declining availability of 16mm films. A move to the Towne theatre in the fall of 1992 proved very successful, with a wider selection of 35mm films. When the theatre closed in the mid 90's the Society entered into an association with the new Famous Players Theatres Polson Place Mall, which was very successful. However it became increasingly difficult for us to obtain any current releases and attendance began to suffer. In 1999 the Society began its association with The Film Circuit, which grew out of the Toronto International Film Festival. It was established as a pilot project in Northern Ontario in 1992 and introduced to Southern Ontario in 1995. Its goal was to stimulate and satisfy consumer interest in Canadian and alternative, independent film outside Canada's major cities.Information, None Listedhttps://vernonfilmsociety.bc.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonfilmsociety/
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Armstrong & District Fish & Game Association - Archery ClubArchery Shooting range Trap Shooting Rifle range Black Powder Pistol Shooting Gordon Bartels, Club PresidentNone Listedhttp://www.adfga.ca/
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+35 Men's Soccer LeagueThe Kelowna Men's Soccer League runs a +35 outdoor league for the entire valley. Currently only one Vernon Team Registration is Jan / Feb Grant Campbell, League AdministratorNone Listedhttp://kmsl.ca/
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Paraglide CanadaThe flight centre for Paraglide Canada is a converted acreage near Coldstream BC. It is roughly halfway between Vernon and Lumby on Highway 6 (East of Vernon). Acquired in 2001 and outfitted to appeal to students and visitors with converted buildings, a landing zone and a beautifully groomed ground handling area.Glenn Derouin, Owner & Senior InstructorNone Listedhttps://www.paraglidecanada.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ParaglideCanada/
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Vernon Photography ClubVernon Photography Club is an active, friendly group of photographers. Our members include beginners, experts and everyone in between, using every type of camera from cell phone to SLR and a variety of picture editing computer programs. Our mission is to inspire our members to share, learn and create photography in a fun, inclusive and encouraging atmosphere. We do this through a variety of meetings, workshops, gallery shows, events and outings organized by our members for our members. We meet at Vernon Community Art Centre the second and fourth Thursday each month from September to June between 6:30 and 9pm.Ian Bull, Communications Chairperson Garrett Brisdon, Presidenthttps://www.vernoncameraclub.com/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1837341446492476/?ref=bookmarks
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Vernon Kokanee Swim Clubhe Vernon Kokanee Swim Club is a competitive youth swim club founded in 1966 and is a proud member of Swim BC and Swimming Canada (SNC). The club operates as a not-for-profit sports society to promote aquatics in Greater Vernon, BC. With the goal of encouraging each athlete within the Vernon Kokanee Swim Club to "Be The Best That You Can Be" and to become a better person in the process, we are looking to serve the needs of each member and to become competitive with the best clubs in the country. We invite you to come and see what we are all about!Club Registrar, None Listedhttps://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?_tabid_=0&team=canvksc https://www.facebook.com/vernonkokanees
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Vernon Tennis AssociationThe Vernon Tennis Association (VTA) was started in October 2008 to bring together all tennis players of all skill levels within the Vernon area and to offer both competitive and social programs that are not being offered to players currently. Presently the VTA operates seasonal adult and children’s programs from April to September in “partnership” with Greater Vernon Parks, Recreation and Culture.Graham Cooper, PresidentNone Listedhttps://vernontennis.com/
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Shuswap Okanagan Dance Academy (SODA)We are a dance studio in Vernon BC! Specializing in Contemporary, Hip Hop, Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Modern, Lyrical and Theatre dance! #103B - 1340 Kal Lake Road Information, None Listedhttps://www.sodance.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/sodancevernon/
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SilverStar Adaptive Snow SportsSilver Star Adaptive Snow Sports is an all volunteer not for profit charity that provides snow sport instruction to anyone who cannot be part of a regular ski lesson due to a mental or physical impairment, or who needs a partner due to a disability to assist during the ski day. Operates Dec to April during SSMR ski season.Dan Cook , SSASS PresidentRob Vat, SSASS Vice Presidenthttp://www.ssass.bc.ca https://www.facebook.com/groups/158241137506/
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Kalamalka Highlanders Pipe BandThe Kalamalka Highlanders Pipe Band of Vernon was formed in 1984. Our present Pipe Major is Maureen Soichuk. , None Listedhttps://www.facebook.com/KalPipeBand/
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Roller SkatingSpring & Summer Friday's 7.00pm - 9.00pm Sunday's 3.00pm - 4.30pm Check schedule online for exact schedule. Hassan Memorial Arena, None Listedhttps://www.icesports.com/armstrong/armstrong/drop-in-programs.aspx https://www.facebook.com/Armstrong-Spallumcheen-Parks-Recreation-484087042395832
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Okanagan Shuswap Roller Derby AssociationFarmers' Slaughters is a house team of the Okanagan Shuswap Roller Derby Association. We are dedicated to the athleticism of roller derby and aim to have fun while supporting each other on and off the track. We are skaters, but we are also teachers, business owners, engineers, artists, nurses, students, mothers and more.Tannibal Lecter, PresidentNone Listedhttps://www.osrda.org/ https://www.facebook.com/Farmersslaughters/
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North Okanagan Optimist ClubWe meet on the third Monday of the month, but mostly we just plan activities that focus on bringing out the best in youth, ourselves and our community. Janice Mori, President (2020)None Listedhttps://northokanaganoptimistclub.com/ https://www.facebook.com/North.Okanagan.Optimist.Club/
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Vernon PermacultureVernon Permaculture is an open community group who's aim is to share regenerative knowledge and hands on experiences with one another in order to build a stronger community and healthier local environment. Vernon Permaculture is self governed and follows the Permaculture Ethics: Care of Earth Care of People and Return of Surplus Also, Permaculture is based in positivism, thus all decisions and discussions are of a positive nature.Information, None Listedhttps://www.facebook.com/vernonpermaculture/
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Okanagan Science CentreThe Okanagan Science Centre (OSC) is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to "inspire scientific inquiry through dynamic and interactive learning experiences; to encourage all ages to appreciate the relevance and universality of science, and its application in our region." With a focus on education for children and families, the OSC galleries have hosted permanent and traveling exhibits, and is home to the only fixed-roof planetarium in the BC Interior. We currently have 8000 members, many of which attend weekly programming, school tours and summer science camps. Each year, 25000 visitors experience the Centre, servicing the Central and North Okanagan, Shuswap, and surrounding regions, as well as domestic and international tourism.Kelly MacIntosh, Events and Volunteer CoordinatorDionne Chambers, Executive Directorhttps://www.okscience.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/okanagansciencecentre/
https://www.instagram.com/okanaganscience/
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Vernon Silhouettes Synchronized SwimmersWorking with youth - adults teaching Synchronized Swimming (Artistic Swimming) with the City of Vernon at the Vernon Aquatic Center. Run both Recreational and Provincial Stream Competitive programs that run September to June seasonally. Average practices are Mon/Wed 4-5pm lead by a NCCP certified Synchro Coach.Katie Hopp, Head CoachJosephine Dick, Club Memberhttps://sites.google.com/site/vernonsilhouettes/
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Vernon BaseballVernon Baseball Association promotes the idea of growth in baseball skills at all levels, good sportsmanship, honesty, respect, loyalty, and sense of teamwork through a positive competitive environment, so that our youth may become strong, healthy, well-adjusted members of the community.Michael Sanfilippo, President - 2020None Listedhttp://www.vernonbaseball.com/index.html https://www.facebook.com/vernonbaseballassociation/
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North Okanagan Minor LacrosseInformation, Casey Sherriff, Presidenthttps://www.nomla.ca/index.html https://www.facebook.com/pg/northokanaganlacrosse/posts/?ref=page_internal
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Arts Council of the North OkanaganThe Arts Council of the North Okanagan is a not-for-profit organization and registered charity dedicated to promoting, fostering, and supporting arts and culture in the North Okanagan. As an umbrella organization, the ACNO represents more than 30 not-for-profit arts groups and approximately 2000 individual and family members enjoying the impact of art in their lives. We host a number of events throughout the year, provide opportunities for artists to show and sell their work, provide arts education through our Vernon Community Arts Centre, and act as an ambassador on behalf of all community arts based initiatives.Sheri Kunzl, Marketing and Program CoordinatorGale Woodhouse, Executive Directorhttp://www.acno.ca https://www.facebook.com/ArtsCounciloftheNorthOkanagan/
https://www.instagram.com/artscouncilnorthokanagan/
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Vernon Rowing & Dragon Boat ClubVRDBC is dedicated to sharing the benefits of sport equally with our community, regardless of age and ability. Through rowing and paddling sports, we strive to encourage participation, personal challenge and the pursuit of excellence from grass roots to the Olympic and Paralympic podium. VRDBC broadens access to sport by offering programs and events that encourage broad participation. It is hoped that by encouraging participation, personal challenge and the pursuit of excellence, we will foster healthier and happier individuals,and a stronger community. Vernon Rowing and Dragon Boat Club is a registered non-profit society. Offering the largest rowing program in the Interior and well established dragon boat programs we are proud to be offering sport to all ages and abilities.Lisa George, None Listedhttps://www.vernonrowinganddragonboat.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vrdbc
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The Rock Garden Climbing CentreVernon's first and only indoor rock climbing facility. We have over 19 vertical feet in our Air Conditioned 2000+ square foot facility, located on 14th ave just off Kalamalka Lake Rd. Our brand new walls have something for every level of climber. We offer a dedicated bouldering section, top-rope, and a bouldering cave up in the mezzanine. Our team of route setters has worked hard to ensure there are routes for every climber, whether you're a seasoned scrambler or a first-time climber. We also have a Private Function Room for birthday parties, corporate team building events, or climbing club meetings.Tony Horne, Owner / Chief OperatorNone Listedhttps://www.climbthegarden.com/ https://www.facebook.com/The-Rock-Garden-Climbing-Center-1527121580882117/
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SilverStar Mountain ResortAn award-winning resort - SilverStar Mountain Resort is located in the heart of British Columbia’s Thompson-Okanagan region. Less than a one-hour drive from Kelowna International Airport (YLW), SilverStar is a year-round destination. As the Okanagan’s largest ski resort, SilverStar has a consistent annual snowfall of over 700cm and offers 3,282 acres of skiable terrain. Recognized as on of Canada’s leading family-friendly destination mountains, SilverStar’s intimate, colourful, mid-mountain village provides the ultimate in slope-side lodging with 100% ski-in-ski-out accommodation.Information, None Listedhttps://www.skisilverstar.com/ https://www.facebook.com/SilverStarMtnResort/
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Slo-pitch National Slo-pitch organization for adults through out Canada 18+ 16- 18 - with parental consent Host Provincials & Nationals Lorri McAuley, Regional AdministratorJay Tourangeau, Regional Directorhttp://www.slo-pitch.com
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Hunter's Range Snowmobile Association (HRSA)Situated in the backyard of Enderby, BC is the Hunter's Range, home of the Hunter's Range Snowmobile Association (HRSA). Hosting some of the best alpine snowmobiling in Canada, this vast mountainous landscape has something for everyone. Whether you are looking to explore endless meadows and alpine vistas or wanting to go steep and deep on challenging hills and bowls, over 90 km of marked groomed trails provide quick and easy access to the various riding areas and cozy warm up cabins. Forming a society in 1977, the volunteer based non-profit organization has since then strived to promote - The Sport of Snowmobiling - The Safe Operation of Snowmobiles - Avalanche Awareness & The Conservation and Careful use of the Backcountry. Additionally, under an agreement with the Ministry of Forests, the HRSA is also responsible for managing and maintaining the groomed trails, chalets and various riding areas. , None Listedhttps://www.huntersrange.com/cpages/home https://www.facebook.com/BCSnowmobileFederation
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North Okanagan Orchid SocietyWe are a group of orchid enthusiasts of all ages and various levels of expertise, who banded together in late 2002, to pursue a common interest, realizing that much can be gained by sharing knowledge and resources, this far removed from the mainstream of supplies. For this reason also we have affiliated with the Canadian Orchid Congress and maintain close contact with other orchid societies in British Columbia. We meet at 7:30 pm on the third Tuesday of each month - September thru June - at the Vernon Arts Centre, 2704 Hwy 6 (Polson Park) in Vernon, BC, for the exchange of ideas, plants, expert talks and demonstrations on various orchid subjects and distribute an illustrated monthly newsletter. Our annual dues are $15 for individuals and $20 for couples. $2 are charged for non-members, the first attendance being free.C/O Vernon Community Arts Centre, None Listedhttp://nokorchids.blogspot.com/
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North Okanagan Youth Soccer AssociationOffices located at the Vernon Toyota Indoor Sports Centre at Marshll fields. Outdoor season April to June Summer sessions July & August Indoor Sessions October to December / January to MarchMarina Korberg, Executive DirectorKai Tolpinrud, General Manager Vernon Toyota Indoor Sports Centrehttp://www.vernonsoccer.ca
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Vernon Fish & Game ClubVernon Fish and Game Club members share a passion for conservation, hunting, fishing and shooting sports. We regularly hold meetings to discuss the clubs' past, present and future. General Meetings are held at the Halina Centre, located at 3310 37th Avenue, Vernon, B.C. The Vernon Fish and Game Club provides information and training for the following disciplines: Archery, Bigbore Rifle Turkey Shoots, Cowboy Action, Military Shoots & Steel Challenge. In addition - Contact the club for information on 3D Archery Shoots, Fishing Forever, Gun & Antique Show & Youth FishingPhyllis, General Inquiries / MembershipNone Listedhttps://vernonfishandgame.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonfishandgame/
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Vernon Public Art GalleryThe Vernon Public Art Gallery is an important part of cultural tourism in the region, and is a centre for educational and cultural activities in the Okanagan. VPAG presents exhibitions featuring emerging, mid-career and established artists working in a variety of media, including paintings, sculpture, video and installation art. VPAG is the largest public gallery in the North Okanagan and offers approximately 20 exhibitions per year for public viewing. The Gallery also offers an Art Rental Program and Gallery Shop. VPAG delivers programming and events for the community including artist talks, film screenings, workshops, and signature events such as Midsummer’s Eve of the Arts, Riot on the Roof and Art After Dark.Dauna Kennedy, Executive DirectorAmy Kermociev, Administrationhttps://www.vernonpublicartgallery.com/
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Men's Boston Pizza League (Hockey) Okanagan Training Rink - Men's Boston Pizza League Our 12-week Men's 3 on 3 Boston Pizza Hockey League is perfect to fulfill your NHL aspirations. Register your team and get ready for fast-paced, fun-filled hockey! Game officials and scorekeepers provided. Registration is first come, first serve. Non-refundable $1,000 deposit required at time of registration. Players must be 19 years or older to play. Team Registration - $2,500, GSTMike Burke, None Listedhttps://www.vernonotr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VernonOTR
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Women's Fun SloPitchCity of Vernon run Women's Fun SloPitch League. Usually 8-12 teams playing Wed nights at DND from April-June.Mike Knights, Recreation ProgrammerNone Listedhttp://www.gvrec.ca
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Vernon Pacers Running and Walking ClubAn adult running and walking club, supporting and encouraging a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Brian Burnet, None Listed
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NOS Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & MMANorth Okanagan-Shuswap BJJ & MMA NOS Providing BJJ & MMA in a Fun, safe, clean enviroment for the entire family! Located in Vernon and GrindrodInformation, None Listedhttps://www.shuswapbjj.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nos.bjj.mma/
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Kal Running and Triathlon Sports (Kal RATS)Kal R.A.T.S stands for Kalamalka Running And Triathlon Sports. We are a club for anyone interested in swimming, cycling, running or multi-sports events. Whether you are an accomplished Ironman triathlete, a beginner looking to complete your first sprint distance race, or you are just looking for a group to run with once a week, the Kal RATS has something for you. Check out our website and Calendar for further details.Gerry Naito, PresidentJacqui Hughes, Vice Presidenthttp://www.kalrats.com https://www.facebook.com/KalRATS/
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City Dance OkanaganFrom the old world tradition of tango and ballroom dancing to the excitement and energy of hip-hop street dance style, City Dance Studio offers dance classes for all ages, from beginner to competitive levels. With flexible scheduling, two locations in Vernon and Salmon Arm, and additional classes in the Kelowna area, we can accommodate all your dance lesson requirements. Our dance studio offers lessons in all dance styles, so you can choose from ballroom, latin, swing, country, argentine tango, and hip-hop. We provide regularly scheduled dance classes, private dance instruction, group dance lessons, and specialized dance group classes with package pricing for singles and couples.City Dance, None Listedhttps://vernondancelessons.com/ https://www.facebook.com/City-Dance-Okanagan-338359762853815/
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SilverStar Freestyle Club (SSFC)SSFC is located in Vernon, BC. Our club is dedicated to developing competitive and life long skiers and snowboarders through the sport of freestyle. We run winter programs at Silver Star Mountain Resort from December to April for athletes ages 7 to 20. These programs are lead by qualified coaches and teach our young athletes to ski safely while advancing their freestyle skills. We also run spring, summer, and fall trampoline, water ramp, and fitness programs that condition youth athletes for the winter season. Our club has flexible programming hours and times for all families.Ryan Johnson, PresidentWade Garrod, Program Directorhttp://www.ssfreestyle.com https://www.facebook.com/ssfreestyle
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Horse Drawn OkanaganWe are a small group of draft horse enthusiasts who spend every available moment doing what we love - driving horses. We are excited to share our passion with you. From joyful Christmas sleigh rides to intimate wedding carriage rides, we offer a wide range of horse-drawn services in the Okanagan. Adding horses to an event creates a special memory, both nostalgic and unique, that you won’t experience anywhere else. Our horses are well cared for, safe and experienced, and most importantly, they love what they do too. Our teamsters (owners/drivers) have dedicated their lives to living and working with draft horses, and bring great knowledge and enthusiasm to every event. Keeping the tradition alive is important to us, it’s a big part of our history and hopefully it will remain forever in our future. We take great pride in our horses and our services and look forward to working with you.Kelly MacIntosh, Event CoordinatorNone Listedhttps://www.horsedrawnokanagan.com/?fbclid=IwAR26oEAQHywkIqxCDwh_tm8R6E5vpFVr9T8-dupiLyn6l3-C7bAeAxatTtE https://www.facebook.com/HorseDrawnOkanagan/
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Freedom Flight Park & School - Paragliding At the Freedom Flight Park we teach people how to fly paragliders, hang gliders and ultralights. We also offer tandem paragliding. If you’re interested we ask you to call ahead or book a time online. The flight park is open any flyable/teachable day (no rain and not too windy) from early May to mid October. Solo pilots are welcome to come and enjoy our skies with us. The Freedom Flight Park in Lumby, BC is one of Canada's first dedicated hang gliding flight parks, established 1976. Information, None Listedhttps://www.freedomflightschool.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pg/FreedomFlightPark/about/?ref=page_internal
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Vernon Speed Skating ClubVernon Speed Skating Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing children, youth and adults with the opportunity to participate in the sport of speed skating so that members may learn, enjoy and excel in the sport.Karen Benn, PresidentNone Listedhttps://vernonspeedskatingclub.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonvortex/
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Vernon Pickleball AssociationAs the Vernon Pickleball Association (VPA), our mission is to promote the development and growth of all aspects of the game of Pickleball — social, recreational, and competitive — to individuals of all ages and abilities in Greater Vernon. We encourage the sport in a safe and respectful environment, and provide all members an opportunity to learn and improve their play. The VPA offers recreational and competitive play sessions year-round. Our indoor season runs from October 1 – April 30, and our outdoor season from May 1 – Sept 30.Rob Irving, PresidentNone Listedhttps://vernonpickleball.com/ https://www.facebook.com/VernonPickleballAssociation/
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Vernon Community Music SchoolThe Vernon Community Music School (VCMS) is a non-profit organization and registered charity dedicated to musical learning, enjoyment and excellence. Membership is open to all, on payment of an annual registration fee, which helps cover essential operating expenses. The Board of Directors is elected annually from the membership and the School relies heavily on its members for volunteer help. Your membership is a reflection of your support – it assures the Board, government and granting agencies that the School has broad community involvement. Various philosophies of instruction give students of all ages an appreciation, enjoyment and knowledge of music. The Music School offers a wide variety of private and group instruction by well-qualified teachers, thus providing the members of the community with an excellent opportunity for obtaining a good musical education in the disciplines of their choice.Heather Purkell, Administration None Listedhttps://www.vernoncommunitymusicschool.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vernoncommunitymusicschool/
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North Okanagan Sailing AssociationThe North Okanagan Sailing Association (NOSA) is a non - profit society dedicated to the promotion of small boat, dinghy and catamaran sailing. We offer family and individual memberships, Youth and Adult sailing lessons, and regular Thursday night racing for members and enrolled sailing students. We are located on the East-shore of the Vernon Arm of Lake Okanagan in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, Canada.John Holmwood, MembershipNone Listedhttps://www.nosa.bc.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/North-Okanagan-Sailing-Association-237717396250774/
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Tri-Monsters Multi SportTRI.MONSTERS MULTI SPORT TEAM We are an endurance multisport team for both recreational and competitive cyclists, triathletes, and open water swimmers. All programs emphasize variety in movement, fitness, fresh air, and fun. Athletes are challenged to grow, learn and improve at their individual ability level, with age appropriate activities in accordance with Sport for Life: Long Term Development Model. New athletes are always welcome to come try out a session.Laura Medcalf, Head CoachNone Listedhttps://www.inspiremultisportcoaching.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Team.Tri.Monsters/
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Walk For AlzheimersJoin us at the IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s on Sunday, May 3 to celebrate and remember the people in our lives who have been touched by dementia. When we walk, we raise vital funds and awareness to create change in the South Okanagan region. Register today with your family, friends and colleagues! Who will you walk for?Val Trevis, Committee MemberNone Listedhttp://www.alzgiving.ca/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=2689
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Sky Volleyball ClubSky Volleyball is a not-for-profit organization serving athletes aged 12-18 in the North Okanagan region. With over 250 athletes and 35 coaches, we are one of the largest volleyball clubs in British Columbia. Our teams participate in Volleyball BC leagues, tournaments, and Provincial Championships. Our older age-group teams also compete at the Volleyball Canada National Championships each year. Our season operates from January through May (depending on the level of play), with tryouts held between late November and early December. Sky Volleyball offers a safe learning environment for athletes, and a place where they can strive to be their best. We have invested substantially in our teams and athletes through skill development, coaching development and opportunities to compete with the best in the province.Melissa Lepage, Club CoordinatorNone Listedhttp://www.skyvolleyballclub.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/skyvolleyball
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Joining Hands - Ability in the ArtsEncouraging Ability in the Arts! Joining Hands assists and provides adults living with disabilities varied opportunities to explore and develop their artistic abilities with other people of common interests. The project accommodates beginner, emerging and established artists, giving them the opportunity to be a part of something tangible in their community through artistic and creative expression. Every person should feel a genuine sense of purpose and belonging and be given the opportunity to actively participate and contribute to their community.Hannah Woodhouse, None Listedhttp://vernonarts.ca/programs/joining-hands/
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Vernon and District Minor Football AssociationBUILDING CHARACTER, COMMUNITY, AND HEALTH FOR KIDS IN THE NORTH OKANAGAN. Our programs are intended to not only teach the rules and skills of football, but to help develop life skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership, positivity, and physical activity as keys to success throughout life. Keeping kids in our community active since 1987! Flag Football - U10 to U16 Tackle Football - U9 to U14Mark Budgen, PresidentNicole Fitzpatrick, VIce Presidenthttps://vdmfa.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/VDMFA/
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Sundance Martial ArtsSundance Martial Arts was founded in 2004 (originally called Sundance Taekwon-Do) by instructor David White with the purpose of providing high quality martial arts instruction in the art of Taekwon-Do. Classes are held at 2905A, 43rd Ave. in Vernon and at Head of the Lake Hall on the Okanagan Indian Band No. 1.David White, 6th Degree Black Belt, Intl' InstructorNone Listedhttps://www.sundancemartialarts.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sundancetkd/
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North Okanagan Pipes & DrumsThe North Okanagan Pipes & Drums is centered in Vernon and lead by Pipe Major Don Macleod. Founded in October of 2012, the North Okanagan Pipes and Drums already has 14 members, all of whom are interested in getting together, playing the music they love, and performing for the community. Under the direction of Pipe Major Don MacLeod, the band is based in Vernon, but also has members from Armstrong, the B.X., Coldstream and Kelowna. At the moment, our youngest musician is 13, the oldest is 79 and there is a full mixture of ages in between. There is a bit of a family theme to the band: there are a father and son, mother and daughter, grandfather and grandsons, brothers, and a husband and wife.Don MacLeod, Pipe MajorNone Listedhttps://pipesndrums.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/NorthOkanaganPipesDrums
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North Valley GymnasticsNVGS offer boys and girls gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, preschool and drop in programs.Naomi Rokus, Head CoachNone Listedhttp://www.nvgym.com
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Bushwacker PaintballWe are a locally owned and operated paintball field located in Vernon B.C. Whether you are new and need to rent or experienced and own your own equipment, we are the place for you! We offer 5 acres of fields to play. We are available for private bookings 7 days a week for groups of 10 or more, send us a email or call us to book in your group OR our drop in day for rentals and gun owners is SUNDAY from 11-4 pm. We are located on highway 97 N by Sunvalley Speedway. If you are coming from Vernon, turn to go to Kamloops, go past O'Keefe Ranch and we are just past the racing oval. Owner, None Listedhttps://www.bushwackerpaintball.com/ https://www.facebook.com/BushwackerPaintballGames/
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Okanagan Symphony Orchestra (OSO)The OSO's mission is to advance artistic excellence, knowledge and creativity through live orchestral music. It is a professional symphony orchestra, performing regularly in three venues throughout the Okanagan. Combined with our community engagement activities, we believe music is the vehicle that will continue to help educate, inform, entertain and inspire new ways of thinking. The OSYO (Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra) operates under the aegis of the OSO and provides a rigorous orchestral education for music students throughout the Okanagan. Tanya Burke, Administrator Geraldine Parent, Executive Directorhttps://okanagansymphony.com/ https://www.facebook.com/OkanaganSymphonyOrchestra/
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Vernon Rugby Club (VRC)Mens div 3 rugby, Vernon BC, World Famous Vernon Jackals, masters of the boat race... season runs April thru July, practices Tuesday Thursday evening and game day Saturday'sBryan Cragg, Club PresidentNone Listed https://www.facebook.com/groups/2536937119/
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Okanagan Fencing ClubVernon - Beairsto School - Mondays and Thursdays - 6-8pm (ages 9+) Kelowna - Central School - Tuesdays - 5-6pm (Kids class ages 7-10) Kelowna - Central School - Tuesdays and Fridays - 6-8pm (ages 9+)Matthew W Clarke, Matthew W ClarkeSelena Hrynuik, Administrationhttp://www.okanaganfreestylefencing.com
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Centre Stage Performing Arts AcademyA performing arts school for students of all ages and abilities. Professional instruction in musical theater, voice, dance, acting, piano and guitar! Charity Van Gameren, OwnerNone Listedhttps://www.centerstageperformingartsacademy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/centerstagevernon/
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Bush Babes & BrosTrail Running Our clinics are open to all paces and abilities from those that prefer slow and steady with lots of photo/snack breaks, to the gazelles that don’t want to spend too much time waiting around. We offer an easy, moderate and fast pace group with an experienced trail leader to suit your speed needs. Our friendly trail leaders will guide you through your long run days on beautiful scenic mostly single-track trails in a variety of areas in Vernon. All three of our clinics not only focus on training and knowledge but a fun, safe, positive atmosphere to meet like minded runners.Dawna Jodoin , None Listedhttps://www.bushbabestrailrunning.com/ https://www.facebook.com/bushbabetrails/
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Special Olympics - Vernon Local Special Olympics BC – Vernon has more than 125 athletes participating in 17 year-round sport programs. Our athletes are supported by more than 60 volunteers, community organizations, and partners. Check out our SOBC – Vernon Facebook page to learn more about our athletes and sport programs! We are always looking for more athletes, coaches, and volunteers to join our programs. If you are interested and would like more information, please contact us!Debra Poole, Local Coordinator (interim)None Listedhttps://www.specialolympics.ca/british-columbia/communities/vernon https://www.facebook.com/sobcvernon/
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Vernon Community RadioVernon Community Radio Society is a not-for-profit organization, registered under the Societies Act of British Columbia. We are a group of community volunteers dedicated to the creation of a new over-the-air FM broadcasting undertaking. In accord with CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) regulations governing community radio, our proposed station will offer programming that is materially different from content currently provided by private broadcasters and by the CBC. Gord Leighton, PresidentNone Listedhttps://vernoncommunityradio.ca/home https://www.facebook.com/pg/vernoncommunityradio/about/?ref=page_internal
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Vernon District Riding ClubLocated in beautiful Coldstream, BC; the VDRC is a club consisting of members from all ages and equestrian disciplines. The Club provides a place to share a common passion for all aspects of equestrian sport. VDRC has been part of the Vernon and Coldstream Community since 1955, operating as a registered non-profit society. Since its beginning, VDRC has provided a safe location to ride, learn, teach, and attend organized horse shows and clinics. The Club regularly hosts lectures and equine-related social activities The VDRC is also home of the Vernon Crony Club and the Vernon Pony Club.Gayle Rowan, Director 2020 - MembershipNone Listedhttps://vernonridingclub.com/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonridingclub/
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Endurance Health and Fitness EHFtriathlon club that meets weekly for workouts and trainingMelissa Spooner, None Listed
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Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre SocietyThe Vernon and district Performing Arts Centre Society is a not-for-profit organization devoted to fostering live entertainment in all its forms. Its purpose is to operate a Community Theatre situated within the city of Vernon and serving the population of the North Okanagan Regional District.Jim Harding , Executive DirectorNone Listedhttps://vdpac.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/vdpac/
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Vernon Figure Skating ClubCarla, Director of SkatingNone Listedhttps://vernonfigureskatingclub.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vernon-Figure-Skating-Club/214961148524571
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Kalamalka Weavers & Spinners GuildThe Kalamalka Weavers and Spinners Guild was formed in 1972 and has enjoyed a variety of changes in both membership and leadership during the years. Our goal is always to promote weaving, spinning, knitting, felting, etc and encourage new membership. We are pleased to demonstrate our skills at exhibitions and craft shows. We hold Workshops with professional fibre artists plus mini workshops and provide information on beginners classes and ongoing learning projects to anyone who may be interested. We have an extensive library, a good selection of equipment available for rent by our members. We have a Fibre Arts evening the first Thursdays of the month at the Arts Centre, Polson Park at 7 P.M. Our annual fee is $25.00 due at our AGM in May.C/O Vernon Community Arts Centre, None Listedhttps://northwestweavers.org/guild-index/canada/kalamalka-weavers-and-spinners-guild/ https://www.facebook.com/pg/kalamalkaweaversandspinners/about/?ref=page_internal
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Rosters Sports Club - Squash, Racquetball & WallyballWe are the only squash and racquetball facility in the North Okanagan. We have 4 squash courts and 3 racquetball courts at our Vernon location. We have various leagues throughout the year that run during the week. We also host a variety of tournaments throughout the year. If you're looking for a great facility with an awesome atmosphere stop in and give it a try! We also offer racquet rentals. We also host Wallyball.Hussein Hollands, OwnerNone Listedhttps://www.rostersvernon.com/ https://www.facebook.com/therostersportsclub/
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Vernon Judo ClubThe club was formed in 1944 by Mr. Y. Mori, in a time when martial arts were banned in many places and Japanese Canadians even required a special police permit to meet in groups. We’ve been practising ever since, making the VJC the longest continuously running club in Canada. The club is run entirely by volunteers. Our parent group is a non-profit society dedicated to support our judoka. We practice Monday and Thursday nights at the Vernon Japanese Cultural Centre, 4895 Bella Vista Road.Information, None Listedhttp://vernonjudoclub.ca/vjc2/ https://www.facebook.com/vernonjudoclub
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Vernon Curling ClubVERNON CURLING & ATHLETIC CLUB 3400 39 Ave, Vernon, BC V1T 6M4Information, None Listedhttps://vernoncurling.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/Vernon-Curling-Athletic-Club-107825502599356/?ref=bookmarks
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Vernon Horseshoe ClubDwight Cousins, None Listedhttp://www.bchorseshoe.com/clubs/vernon.html https://www.facebook.com/groups/203799607669793/
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Mackie Lake HouseThe Mackie Lake House located in Coldstream fosters events, programs and projects that promote and support local history, culture, art and education in our community. Tours, Teas and Outdoor Concerts happen on our spacious grounds in the summertime and we are open by appointment year round. In addition, you can rent the main floor of the house for small group meetings and gatherings of up to 40 people and the grounds outdoors for weddings and large groups of up to 200 people. Contact us at mackiehouse@shaw.ca for more details and for availability or get event tickets at www.ticketseller.ca Christine Kashuba, ManagerRuth Nordstrom Young, Admin Assistanthttps://www.mackiehouse.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/MackieLakeHouse
https://twitter.com/mackiehouse https://www.instagram.com/mackielakehouse/
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North Okanagan Women's Soccer AssociationOutdoor April to AugustMarina Korberg, AdministratorNone Listedhttp://www.vernonsoccer.ca https://www.facebook.com/groups/NOWSA/
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North Okanagan Community Concert AssociationWe present mainly classical music at the Performing Arts Centre in Vernon. Our season includes 5 concerts and runs from October to April. Season subscription is $125.Jim Boyd, PresidentJanet Parkins, Artistic Directorhttps://nocca.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/NOCCAVernon/
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Caravan Farm TheatreCaravan Farm Theatre is a not-for-profit professional outdoor theatre company based on an 80 acre farm near Armstrong BC. Hailed as a national treasure, Caravan Farm Theatre has been entertaining audiences young & old, from near & far, since 1978.Information, None Listedhttps://caravanfarmtheatre.com/ https://www.facebook.com/CaravanFarmTheatre/
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Vernon Lawn Bowling ClubThe Vernon Lawn Bowling Club (VLBC) is a non-profit Society and is situated in beautiful Polson Park. The VLBC was established in 1917. The VLBC is a member of the Interior Lawn Bowling Association operating under the umbrella of Bowls BC and is host to many in-house events as well inter-club events.Clubhouse, None Listedhttp://www.vernonlawnbowlingclub.com/home
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Vernon Lapidary ClubA club for the serious rockhound, enthusiastic scholar of gems and minerals or to satify a natural curiosityDavid van Dieren, PresidentNone Listedhttp://vernonclub.rocks/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/vernonlapidary/
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Allan Brooks Nature CentreThe Allan Brooks Nature Centre is supported by its members, volunteers, donors, sponsors, partners, granting agencies and admission fees. We rely heavily on community resources for our success in nature interpretation and habitat conservation. The Nature Centre provides visitors a first-hand opportunity to see and learn about the Okanagan’s unique and diverse natural heritage through views, information, programs and displays of the region’s natural areas. The Centre occupies the old Vernon Upper Air Weather Station overlooking the city of Vernon. It is ideally situated on a grassland knoll at the confluence of the Okanagan and Coldstream valleys. Three lakes and five ecosystems can be seen from this site and spectacular, panoramic views of the Okanagan and its diverse ecosystems.Cheryl Hood, ManagerNone Listedhttps://abnc.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/AllanBrooksNatureCentre
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Volleyball BC (VBC)Volleyball BC is a non-profit organization that actively encourages participation and fosters the development of volleyball in BC. As a provincial sport governing body, we are dedicated to making volleyball accessible to all British Columbians. Volleyball BC offers programs for athletes of all ages ranging from grassroots to high performance, as well as coaches and officials. As part of our mission, Volleyball BC is proud to host provincial, national and international events to showcase the sport of volleyball to all members of our province.Troë Weston, Regional Manager - Okanagan & KootenayNone Listedhttp://www.volleyballbc.org/
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Vernon Minor SoftballVMSA plays in the Okanagan Minor Fastball League. Most of the games are held in Vernon at Grahame Park and Alexis Stadium. We do some travel to Kelowna and Enderby for games. Ages of youth players are 6 to 19 years of age. We host a 40 team tournament at the end of May each year. It is one of the largest youth tournaments of it's kind in BC. League play starts on the week on April 15th and ends the last week of June while those teams who are successful move onto Provincials in mid July.Chris Topping, PresidentBrooke McLardy, Vice Presidenthttp://www.vernonminorsoftball.ca Instagram - vernonminorsoftball
facebook - @vernonminorsoftball
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Vernon Scottish Country DancersJoin the Vernon Scottish Country Dancers every Tuesday evening at Knox Presbyterian Church at 7:00 pm. We are a group of folks who enjoy Scottish Country Dancing. From beginners to seasoned dancers, a time of fun and fellowship is had by all who attend. You don't need to be Scottish to come along - just have a love of all things pertaining to Scottish dance and music. We will make you feel very welcome!Ruth Hurst, TeacherNone Listedhttps://vernonscd.wixsite.com/vernonscd https://www.facebook.com/vernonscd/
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Halina Activity CentreThe Halina Activity Centre, a registered charity, and formerly known as the Vernon Senior Citizens Recreational Society, is located in the Vernon Recreational Complex. Those aged 50 and over, as well as their guests, are welcome to enjoy a wide range of social, educational and recreational activities. Billiards (Pool), Canasta, Crafts, Table Tennis, Ukuleles, Round-Tu-It, Cribbage, Star Country Squares, Time-Out, Kalamalka Chorus, Pattern Dancing, Carpet Bowling, Darts, Floor Curling, Bridge, Clogging, Rhythm Rounds & BingoInformation, None Listedhttps://www.halinacentre.com/ https://www.facebook.com/halinaseniorscentre/
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Headbones GalleryHeadbones Gallery is an atypical gallery with contemporary drawings, sculpture and works on paper. Take a drive down Old Kamloops Road towards Swan Lake and experience this special piece of modern-day Vernon culture. Artist Julie Oaks designed this unique building. 6700 Old Kamloops Road Vernon, BC V1H 1P8 Canada Hours: 12 - 5PM Wednesday - Saturday (Other times available by appointment)Julie Oaks, None Listedhttp://www.headbonesgallery.com/
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North Okanagan Cycling SocietyWe are the voice for mountain biking in the North Okanagan. We advocate for cyclists, maintain current trails, build new trails, organize group rides, and run programs for the mountain bike community of the North Okanagan. North Okanagan Cycling Society (NOCS) provides positive trail experiences for mountain bikers in the North Okanagan. We build, maintain, ride, protect and advocate for new trails. We're the voice for mountain biking in the North Okanagan. We also have a really good time and at our weekly group rides throughout the season that alternate between XC and DH. We're pretty certain that we'll show you some pieces of trail gold that'll get you stoked!Brett Woods, 2019 PresidentNone Listedhttp://www.okcycling.com/ https://www.facebook.com/NOCSmtb?fref=ts
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Game of Kings - Chess ClubChess Club - Come play the game of kings! Everyone is welcome, from beginners to seasoned players. Tuesday nights throughout the year at the Vernon branch of the Okanagan Regional Library. Okanagan Regional Library - VERNON, None Listedhttp://www.orl.bc.ca/hours-locations/vernon https://www.facebook.com/OKRegLibraryVE
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North Okanagan Chapter of the Federation Of Canadian Artists (NOFCA)NOFCA is a community of over 75 artists from the north Okanagan area, that includes emerging artists through to highly proficient professional artists. The chapter meets every third Thursday of the month (accept for July & August) at the Vernon community Arts Centre. Through peer support and mutual encouragement our aim is to promote the artistic development and professional advancement of our members. Cheryl Turner, PresidentCharley Hampton, NAhttp://www.northokanaganfca.com/
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Vernon Amateur Athletics AssociationWelcome to the Vernon Amateur Athletic Association {VAAA} web page. We are a member of BC Athletics and are open to everyone from the age of 9 to over 106. Founded in 2004 the club is based in Vernon, part of the beautiful North Okanagan. We provide a safe, fun and friendly learning environment for young athletes to participate in. Competitive training is also offered if you are interested in competing in Track Meets during the season. Training is offered in sprints, hurdles, high jump, long jump, triple jump, javelin, discus, shot put, hammer throw, middle and long distance running.Liz Ariano, PresidentNone Listedhttp://www.vernontrackandfield.org/index.html
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Sovereign Lake Nordic ClubSovereign Lake is the largest xc ski club in Canada with a membership of over 2100. Troy Hudson, General ManagerNone Listedhttp://www.sovereignlake.com
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Vernon Japanese Cultural SocietyEstablished: 1940 Meeting Place: Vernon Japanese Cultural Centre - 4895 BellaVista Road, Vernon, BC, Canada Information Line: Listing of contacts for member groups (250)545-4162Information, None Listed
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Vernon Paddling CentreWe provide affordable recreational paddling, no need to own or store a boat. The club is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the promotion of safe and skillful paddling. The Vernon Paddling Centre Society (VPCS) is a club of independent paddlers who enjoy outrigger canoeing and other paddling sports. VPCS’s mission is to promote a diverse paddling community, safety, and foster paddling to the community at large. We are always looking for new members.Chris Hodgkinson, PresidentNone Listedhttps://www.vernonpaddlingcentre.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/VernonPaddlingCentre/
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SilverStar Bike Park SSBP is located in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, just 22km's from Vernon, BC. The bike park is known for its incredible fast and flowy trails and impeccable attention to trail maintenance. Come find out for yourself! With 100+ Km's of trails for you to ride, SilverStar is Canada's second largest bike park! SilverStar is proud to be one of the most progressive bike parks in the industry. We have built our park on the concept of starting as a new rider and being able to build your skills and confidence and safely progress through our trail system based on a ladder concept for the skill required for each trail. Starting on Challenger (green) and moving your way up to blues and then blacks. We also have high-end trails like Pipe Dream, Downtown and Walk the Line that keeps even the best riders entertained.Information, None Listedhttps://www.skisilverstar.com/bike-park/ https://www.facebook.com/SilverStarBikePark/
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Vernon Jazz SocietyThe Vernon Jazz Club is operated by the Vernon Jazz Society, which is a completely volunteer-run, non-profit society. We host around 20 live music events each year, usually occurring every other Saturday from September through to June. We have a superb venue, located on the second floor of a wonderful heritage building in Downtown Vernon at 3000 – 31st Street (above Nolan’s Pharmasave). We easily seat 150 patrons cabaret-style, and each table has good sight lines. We serve wine, beer, coolers, high-balls, coffee/tea, pop, and water at our bar with a bowl of snacks provided free on each table.Randy Strang, Society PresidentNone Listedhttps://www.vernonjazz.com/ https://www.facebook.com/JazzClubVernon/
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Vernon Community Arts CentreThe Vernon Community Arts Centre provides a variety of art classes and workshops for beginner, intermediate and professional artists of all ages. The Arts Centre houses several studios (glass, clay, printmaking, 2D, and PA) which are also available to members on a drop-in basis. We host many events throughout the year, and our Centre Gallery and Art Shop showcase the work of local artists and are open to public. The VCAC is operated by the Arts Council of the North Okanagan (ACNO), a non-profit organization and registered charity. Come visit us today to see all we have to offer! We’re located in the beautiful Polson Park which is right on a bike path, and we have great access to free parking!Sheri Kunzli, Marketing and Program CoordinatorTerry Dunstan, Managerhttp://vernonarts.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/VernonCommunityArtsCentre/
https://www.instagram.com/vernonarts/
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Lincoln Lanes - 5pin Bowling5 Pin Bowling Offering adult senior and youth leagues as well as open bowling. Spring and Fall leagues Gord Wiffen, OwnerNone Listedhttp://www.lincolnlanes.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/LincolnLanes/
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Historic O'Keefe Ranch Historic O’Keefe Ranch tells the story of early BC Ranching and endeavors to preserve the history and culture of the early ranching era for future generations. Vision To create an attraction that is dynamic and desirable, while maintaining our heritage, agricultural and farming character. Mission Bring ranching and farming heritage to life, create vibrancy for our communities through interactive activities and events; to preserve and demonstrate the rich ranching and farming heritage of the North Okanagan.Information, None Listedhttps://okeeferanch.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/HistoricOkeefeRanch
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Kees Tae Kwon Do Hi, my name is Trevor Warkentin and I'm the owner of Kees Tae Kwon Do. When I was in my late teens, I began my martial arts journey and the positive impact it had on my life was remarkable. It was always my dream to someday own my own school and create an enjoyable environment for students to improve their fitness while building the confidence they can carry into their everyday lives. Take advantage of one of our amazing web specials today - join us as we empower ourselves and our community with martial arts! Trevor Warkentin, OwnerNone Listedhttps://keesokanagan.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Kees-Tae-Kwon-Do-Okanagan-145833048762349/
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Vernon Boxing ClubThe Vernon Boxing Club is a volunteer run non-profit society that teaches Olympic style boxing skills. Tues/Thurs 6:00PM Sat 11AM.Brian Jones, Head CoachNone Listedhttps://www.facebook.com/Vernon-Boxing-Club-259966724045969/
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