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Osoyoos returns to middle ages with Medieval Faire planned this weekend

By Richard McGuire Osoyoos Times Jousting medieval knights on horseback, fire breathers, musicians and more come to Desert Park this weekend for the third Osoyoos Medieval...

Get ready for the Wine Capital Art Walk

By Penelope Johnson Special to the Chronicle Oliver’s arts community is ready to celebrate spring. The Wine Capital Art Walk blossoms with vibrant colours in the...
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Join OES on a trip to Neverland

If you feel like escaping to Neverland, now’s your chance. The Oliver Elementary Fine Arts Club is performing Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. from May...

University of Alberta singers coming to Oliver

The University of Alberta Mixed Chorus (UAMC) has spent 74 years touring across Canada and now they’re making a stop in Oliver. On Tuesday, May...

Tinhorn brings back Canadian Concert Series

Tinhorn Creek Vineyards has announced the return of their Canadian Concert Series for 2018, with a line-up of Canadian bands. Kicking off on May 26,...

May the comedy be with you

Fresh from their Australian tour, the cast of “The Ultimate Comedy Show” are ready to bring the laughs to the South Okanagan. This May, the...

Juno winning Ken Hamm to play Firehall Brewery

By Vanessa Broadbent Oliver Chronicle If you were Ken Hamm’s roadie, you’d have your arms full at all times. The musician tours with five instruments: a banjo,...

Sage Valley Voices set to sing big

Special to the Chronicle The forsythia is in bloom. The Lily of the Valley is sprouting. Spring has come and “Love is in the Air.”...

Musaic voice ensemble brings repertoire to inspire

Special to the Chronicle Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the events in our world? Do you struggle to find a way forward? Do you...

Outside Mullingar – a softhearted comedy by SOAP Theatre

Special to the Chronicle SOAP Theatre’s spring production, Outside Mullingar by John Patrick Shanley, is looking great for opening night, Friday, April 20. Shanley has given...

‘The Humanity Bureau’ opens with free showings in Oliver

Last year The Humanity Bureau, a new science fiction film starring actor Nicolas Cage, was filmed in Oliver and Osoyoos. Now those communities will be...

Flamenco Rosario brings ‘La Monarca’ to Venables Theatre

From Spain to Mexico and back to Canada, Vancouver’s Flamenco Rosario is embarking on a global voyage through dance and music. On April 9, the...

Endangered bees are topic of Desert Society’s film and lecture Saturday

By Vanessa Broadbent Oliver Chronicle There are 385 different species of bees in the Thompson Okanagan region, according to Nancy Holmes of Border Free Bees. She says...

Joe Trio blurs genres, brings laughs to Frank Venables

Special to the Chronicle What do you get when you put a violinist, a cellist and a pianist together on the stage? You wouldn’t expect...

Jay Ingram to answer top questions on Alzheimer’s disease

This Wednesday, Canadian author and broadcaster Jay Ingram is coming to Oliver to address a topic that impacts many people: Alzheimer's disease. On March 21 at...