There is still space available for participants in the Kelowna Art Gallery’s CONNECT session starting July 26 (next Tuesday)! This session runs weekly through to August 30th on Tuesdays from 1:30-2:30 pm; cost is $10 for all 6 classes.
CONNECT is a studio art program for adults with developmental disabilities that operates year-round in 6-week sessions with weekly classes where individuals can view and discuss works of art at the Gallery, meet local artists, and spend time making art in the Gallery’s studio space. For more information see: http://kelownaartgallery.com/connect/
Interested participants can request a referral from CLBC (250-712-3610) and then contact Laura Wyllie, Public Programming Coordinator (250-762-2226 ext. 307) to have their name added to the list. If you have questions, you can also contact Laura for more information.
See invitation (below) via Families In Touch (FIT) network and COPCS.
Fishing Forever 2016
Fishing Forever in Peachland on July 23rd. It is a great activity for those who don’t get a chance to go fishing.
Date: Saturday, July 23, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location: Heritage Park, Beach Avenue, Peachland
Event includes a BBQ, trophies and prizes. It is for anyone with a [disability] of all ages and everything is supplied.
Al Springer (250.767.2287)
Hey everyone, don’t miss out on the fun this weekend – join us on July 17th at the Birchbank Station Picnic Ground near Trail as CCSS celebrates WE DAY with a Picnic! Burger, Hotdogs, coffee, tea, punch provided. Feel free to bring a dish to share – salad? chips? dessert? etc?
Live music provided – feel free to bring an instrument, your voice, your dancing shoes, etc.
Do you have a hobby you would like to share? Feel free to bring your – artwork? photography? homemade crafts? etc?
Most important of all, bring yourselves, your support worker, Home Share Provider, your friends and family…everyone welcome.
Looking forward to seeing many of you!
WE DAY poster-1
FROM SOBC Virtual Kelowna Office: Please see the following message from SOBC Manager of Community Development Thompson-Okanagan Reanne Holden.
As a part of Special Olympics BC’s Healthy Communities initiatives, Kelowna athletes alongside their families and friends are invited to take part in a Fit Family and Friends project right here in our community!
This is a great opportunity for our athletes to get active with their family, friends and social supports. Together, the group takes part in a weekly walk, tracking kilometers as they go and then shares a healthy snack afterwards. The Fit Family and Friends program creates more opportunities for SOBC members to support athletes of all abilities and increase the entire group’s overall health in a fun, social setting! Please see the attached PDF for more information on the Fit Family and Friends program and how to register your group.
Manager, Community Development – Thompson Okanagan
Special Olympics British Columbia
On July 22 there will be an information session for women about safety in relationships. Please see the attached information; pre-registration is required.
Come check out Kelowna’s newest housing option at their open house this weekend – Next Step Transitional Housing. See attached invitation.
This year’s celebrations mark the 20th Anniversary of National Aboriginal Day on June 21st!
Join in the events celebrating First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples in your area, listed here.
You can also visit Aboriginal Tourism BC at their website, here.