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Plan your next holiday at Cathedral Lakes a wonderful experience for all ages and abilities. use the assistance of our interactive map! https://prezi.com/p/hmg6el8ax6l3/?present=1 Go visit Smokey the Bear on his special trail, Cathedral Provincial Park, Similkameen Valley
Restaurant at Klippers 725 MacKenzie Rd Cawston, BC Phone: (250) 499 0758 Reserve: http://Rowfourteen.ca
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Check out hugging trees new tasting room on Becks Rd! They are open for tastings from 11-5 via reservations only. you can book a reservation through their website or email at huggingtreewinery.youcanbook.me.
Elks are inviting you to participate in the community market to sell all your treasures that need a home! Table prices: 1day – $25 2days – $35 All weekend – $50 Admission no charge! come and enjoy!
This Christmas display just north of Keremeos has new items every year. It’s a delight!
Congrats to Randie Thompson on winning the draw for prizes in the Elf On The Shelf Contest. And Thank you to Emmy’s Bake Shop for doing the best job of promoting the contest: out of 88 entry forms from local
Lowther Electric won two awards for their entry in the 2019 Keremeos Christmas Lightup Parade December 6th: Best “Polka Dot” Theme award and People’s Choice award. Including the RCMP vehicle and the local emergency services vehicles, there were more than