This Is What Hope Looks Like - An evening with UBCO President and mental health advocate Santa J. Ono
Thursday, January 30
Third Space Life Charity and Pushor Mitchell LLP present - "This Is What Hope Looks Like - An evening with UBCO President and mental health advocate Santa J. Ono."
Dr. Ono will share on the current mental health epidemic and his own personal journey through depression and bi-polar disorder. “Suicide is a real risk for university- age youth and we need them to know they are not alone," says Ono.
This event is a fundraiser for Third Space’s UBC Okanagan, Student Care Program.
Eat, drink, and party the night away for a great cause! Crimson Hair Salon teamed up with CRAFT Beer Market to raise money to dance the night away in support of Swinging with the Stars for the Central Okanagan Hospice Association.
Spring Kelowna Closet Cleanout
Saturday, March 14
11:00AM - 3:00PM
Kelowna's Spring Ladies Fashion Flea Market will be held Saturday March 14th, 2020, 11am-3pm at the Laurel Packinghouse. This event will have ladies clothing, shoes and accessories!
Find new to you treasures!
Find unique products!
Be entered to win door prizes!
Chamber Music Kelowna - ROBERT DEMAINE, cello - PETER TAKÁCS, piano
Saturday, March 14
Praised by the New York Times as “an artist who makes you hang on every note”, Robert deMaine is the Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. A highly sought after solo artist and chamber musician, he is a frequent guest of many of the world’s premier chamber music festivals including those at Marlboro, Seattle, Limoge, Heidelberg Schlossfest, Montreal, Piatigorsky Cello Festival and others.
Pianist Peter Takács performs widely, receiving praise for his penetrating and communicative interpretations. He was First Prize winner in the William Kapell International Piano Competition, received the Jackson Award for Excellence in Chamber Music at Tanglewood Music Center and a Solo Recitalist grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Formed in 2013, the Montrose Trio is a collaboration stemming from a long relationship between pianist Jon Kimura Parker and the Tokyo String Quartet. Mr. Parker joined two long-time members of the Tokyo String Quartet, violinist Martin Beaver and cellist Clive Greensmith, to form the Montrose Trio. These three artists are all extraordinary soloists as well as chamber musicians and professors.