Friendly Falkland

July 30, 2020

Along the second longest stretch of highway in Canada (Hwy 97) that winds through the south west of the Shuswap, is Falkland, home of Canada’s oldest rodeo and biggest Canadian flag. It has the feel of a western town and the friendliness of a roadside village. The drive in and out of Falkland is spectacular…

Beach vibes in Sicamous

July 24, 2020

There’s likely nothing better than a sunny beach day in Sicamous, where Mara Lake meets the Shuswap. It’s what summer is all about. A beach day means more than just beach of course and in Sicamous, it means great food, groovy shops, and if you chose a Friday, then you can browse the evening Farmer’s…

The Forecast – Salmon Arm Art Gallery

Salmon Arm Art Gallery is pleased to present The Forecast, an exhibition featuring eight local artists who are interpreting evidence of climate change through photography and mixed media. The exhibition opens on Friday, August 14 at 6pm, and continues to October 10, 2020. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. The exhibition has been generously sponsored…

The Forecast – Salmon Arm Art Gallery

Salmon Arm Art Gallery is pleased to present The Forecast, an exhibition featuring eight local artists who are interpreting evidence of climate change through photography and mixed media. The exhibition opens on Friday, August 14 at 6pm, and continues to October 10, 2020. Gallery hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm. The exhibition has been generously sponsored…