Interior BC

  • Wine and cheese and food and wait…more wine! It’s the 3rd annual “WineSpring” event at the St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino near Cranbrook, and it looks like the best way to start the season with style. For this event, the resort has partnered with wineries, distillers and chefs to create a full weekend event to get you in the mode to celebrate the change of the season.

  • Blitzville

    Cranbrook, B.C. is ramping up the wow factor on Family Day Weekend with the new CBK-X Winter Blitzville. Not only is it a great basecamp for the long weekend to cram in your favourite winter sports like skiing and boarding, but now the city is offering an evening of spectacular demonstrations of athleticism, horsepower, and fireworks. And when we say fireworks – we mean Ka-BOOM!

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    Take a few very talented freestyle smowmobilers, some X-Games medalists, add just enough wild snowboarders to amaze the crowds. Then add a few rock bands, some food trucks and a dump truck load of pyrotechnics to complete the event and you got yourself the CBK-X Winter Blitzville Festival. Ka-Boom! Family Day Weekend in Cranbrook just got a wake-up call!

    Community: Cranbrook
    Region: Interior BC
    Province: British Columbia
  • Alex Cuba's mirrored aviators glint neon green as he tilts his face toward the sun.

    The Afro-Cuban jazz groove master has just launched into his hit Beautiful Mistake and the crowd at the Salmon Arm ROOTSandBlues Festival is going wild.

  • Growing up in the East Kootenays, I spent my share of time at the local tourist attractions. I spent many nights on class sleepovers in the old Northwest Mounted Police Barracks at Fort Steele, and even performed in a few school plays at the old Wildhorse Theatre.  

  • Penticton is less than six hours drive from Western Washington but it might as well be on another planet. The city basks in over 300 sunny days a year.

  • Cariboo, Kamloops, Prince George and a few spots along the coast are battling with wildfires. Homes, ranches, businesses and major events are at the mercy of the wind and the weather.

  • Do we really need to push repeat? We count down to midnight, kiss everyone, shout out “Happy New Year,” then we drink too much. THEN, we nurse yet another January 1st hangover while watching the Rose Bowl Parade while lazing on the sofa. Couldn’t we try something different this year? Check out these ideas for getting outside while celebrating the new year.

     

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    Since the 1880s, Revelstoke has had sawmills and forestry has been an important part in the town's economy. Revelstoke's Centennial Park will be celebrating the logging history of the community with many fun events for men, women, and children. 

    Community: Revelstoke
    Region: Interior BC
    Province: British Columbia
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    It may look far away, but for the thousands of people that attend the Atlin Arts and Music Festival every year, it’s well worth the trip.

    Community: Atlin
    Region: Interior BC
    Province: British Columbia