National Health and Fitness Day celebrated Stretch out, take a swing or carefully putt this June 3 at Sun Peaks for National Health and Fitness Day. Championed by Nancy Greene Raine, the day was created in 2014 with the goal of encouraging Canada to become ‘the fittest nation on earth’. Sun Peaks will be taking part in the celebration by...
Apart from wildflowers, there are plenty of other native plants that sprout in Sun Peaks. But how many of them do we really know? The Delta’s Interpretive Nature Walk and Dinner combines a one-hour walk-through introducing local plants on the Shuswap Medicine Trail followed by a sumptuous dinner at Mantles Restaurant featuring some of these plants. It’s one of Sun...
Canada's first blind instructor shares her knowledge Lisa Bentz retired early at age 48 due to complications with vision loss and moved to Sun Peaks nearly four years ago from Vancouver for a lifestyle change. She left a frustrating situation in a big city and discovered a community where she is encouraged to pursue all the outdoor activities she loves to...
Heading into his second winter as CEO of the Canada West Ski Area Association (CWSAA), Christopher Nicolson has a lot on his mind. Since taking up the position in April of 2016 Nicolson, a Sun Peaks resident, has had a packed schedule. So far he’s visited 82 out of the 92 ski area members in an effort to focus on...
The Rolling Stones tribute band Steel Wheels were the last to take the stage on Saturday August 13, 2011 for Sun Peaks Retro Rock Concert weekend. As the sun set the village square was ready for a party and Steel Wheels delivered. This was the first time Steel Wheels had played for the Retro Rock Concert Series at Sun...