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Pumpkin And Pooches Pet Parade

The third annual Pumpkin and Pooches on Pandosy Pet Parade was held on Saturday. More than 60 dogs and their owners most of whom were dressed up took part in the event with money being raised for Paws it Forward, the parade stopped at several pet stores and others for treats that were marked by orange/black balloons throughout the Pandosy Village retailers.

Global Okanagan

Halloween costumes and treats aren’t just for children.  Dogs got into the action Saturday morning in Kelowna’s Pandosy Village, for the Pumpkins and Pooches Pet Parade

Pride Week 2016

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Pandosy Village by the Lake

Darcie Rudyk   Guest Art Director

Peppered with family run businesses and noticeably void of big box chain stores, the idyllic Pandosy Village provides a small-town, neighbourhood feeling. It’s hard not to fall in love with the area.  It’s not just the food, or the coffee, or the shopping, or the beer. It’s the neighborhood itself, and the people who populate it. It’s something you have to experience yourself, like being inside of a community within a city. This stretch of Pandosy street is located between K.L.O road and Raymer Ave, just a block away from the South Kelowna shoreline.

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Comm in bloom

September 2014

Sarah (Bella Clothing Boutique) & Susan (Gallery 421) accepting the award for “Kelowna’s Best Block” on behalf of the Pandosy Village Business Association. Presented by the Communities in Bloom and the City of Kelowna.  Great job to all that helped to beautify the street!