Two hundred skiers, snowboarders and their friends and family visited Sun Peaks from March 26 to 31 to celebrate and discuss skiing and snowboarding. They were attending the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) festival, hosted at Sun Peaks for the fifth time. The previous years festival’s saw around 100 attendees. Christian Hrab, managing director of CADS, said the festival...
One of the world’s oldest forms of transportation is also one of North America’s fastest growing winter sports — and Discover Sun Peaks Adventures owners Colin and Maria Cannon are keen to get more people involved in snowshoeing. “It’s a beautiful way to get out and explore Sun Peaks in a different way, and the whole family can enjoy it,”...
Coming soon to an ally near you, Dancing Monkey presents Frank McGuiness’ “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” March 6 to 8. The production will take place in an empty commercial space, accessed via an ally, with small audiences to create an intimate atmosphere. “This is a show about men who are hostages in Lebanon, and we really want to make the...
Whether it’s from the farm or the vineyard, the best of the harvest will be served up at the fourth annual Autumn Bounty in Sun Peaks. Expect to taste excellent food and beverage at this one-of-a-kind event which runs on Thanksgiving weekend, Oct. 8 to 12. This means delectable dishes from fresh and seasonal produce. “We planted potatoes towards the end...
NEW COMPANY BRINGS WATERSPORT TO KAMLOOPS LAKE A new company is seeking to make the adrenaline rush of watersports more accessible to those who don’t have a boat. Kinetic Energy Sport is offering wake surfing, wakeboarding and the new sport of flyboarding on Kamloops Lake starting this summer. “I wanted to get more people on the water,” said owner Elaine Topolnisky. “I...