Shows in every genre are about to grace the stage at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre.
Don’t let these next few weeks pass by without indulging in the events that make us laugh, sing, and share in the joy of the season.
Whether life finds you shopping, baking, crafting or procrastinating, make sure to schedule some “you” time and take in an event.
There are some fantastic quality performances coming up in Vernon that’ll definitely make the effort to go out worthwhile.
Beloved Canadian children's entertainer will share the stage with her son, Matt Diamon, at the Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre
The Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre gets ready for a new season, starting Sept. 30 with Out Interspace Dance Theatre
From plays and concerts to local recitals, there’s something for everyone in Greater Vernon.
Mary Poppins, the stage musical, and more events of every kind and for every taste are flying into a Vernon venue near you.
There is no shortage of amazing live performances to entertain audiences of all ages at the Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre
As April arrives on our doorstep, check out these events that will feed your creative side.
In the next few weeks, you’ll definitely find a show to see you through what’s left of Old Man Winter.
Worried about Vernon Winter Carnival being over? No problem. The next few weeks offer a feast of events to choose from.
Among the best aspects of working in the arts is just how dynamic the events are in the North Okanagan.
Now looking ahead to 2016, we’ve got another year of world-class entertainment
We’re approaching the home stretch of 2015 where holiday decorations are everywhere and the countdown to Christmas is in full swing.
It’s one of the busiest times of year as we run out of days in November and look ahead to December.
We’ve got a good thing going on here in Greater Vernon, starting with Paul Taylor Dance Company's arrival at the Performing Arts Centre.
Don’t miss out on these great events in the incredibly busy arts scene in the North Okanagan.
Thanksgiving is such a great time to celebrate the abundance of the arts and culture season
The Vernon Performing Arts Centre's Brian van Wensem is back to tell us what you’ll want to see in the weeks to come.