Central Okanagan Hiking Club
The Central Okanagan Hiking Club is a non-profit organization. Our membership. consists of men and women of all ages and is steadily growing every year. We organize a variety of hikes throughout the year, with each hike varying in difficulty so as to accommodate all levels of physical fitness.
Central Okanagan Sailing Association
A blue paint job, thousands of bricks, a much larger dock, motorboat lifts, dozens more LTS boats, new motor boats, an elevator lift, a giant flag pole, and hundreds of other changes that insured that our sailing club will remain one of the best dinghy clubs in North America.
Clifton Highlands Community Association
To promote a spirit of neighborhood and community, both within our specified boundaries and as a part of the larger community.
Kelowna and District Genealogical Society
Informal classes are available during regular meetings and on some library nights to those individuals seeking to begin searching their family roots. Speakers during the monthly meetings provide further information on diverse genealogical topics.
Kelowna Italian Club
The Kelowna Canadian-Italian Club was founded on March 22, 1966 by a small group of people of Italian descent. It has grown presently to a membership of approximately 200 families.
Kelowna Kiwanis Clubs
We are part of the Pacific Northwest District, which was established in 1919 with four clubs: Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, and Vancouver, BC From those humble roots, the PNW District has grown to point where it now has approximately 16,000 members.
Kelowna Snowmobile Club
The club owns and operates a 240 Piston Bulley Snow Grooming machine, maintaining approximately 350 kilometers of marked access and travel trails on a weekly basis. As well the club owns a smaller groomer capable of being transported to more remote areas and regularly grooms the Idabel/McCulloch snowmobile area.
The Kelowna BC SPCA Branch is calling on individuals to help increase our capacity to aid orphaned and abandoned animals in our community.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society is a non-profit organization working with/for First Nations people, but our doors and our programs are open to everyone. The society was created to meet the needs of the First Nations people in Kelowna and surrounding area.
Okanagan Antique & Classic Boat Society
Wooden boats are not just about flashy boat shows, money and rare expensive boats, it's about the preservation of these boats of all types and those who see the value in preserving a wooden boat for the love of it. We must perpetuate the preservation and fascination our generation has with these wonderful old boats so they may be enjoyed by the many generations to come.
Okanagan Dog Owners Association
Work with municipalities and the Regional District to provide greater dog access to parks and promote responsible dog ownership.
Okanagan Wine Festival Society
As a forerunner to the fully integrated Wine Tourism business, a group of wineries and tourism operators saw the opportunity 25 years ago to develop a tourism event around the young wineries in existence at the time.
The Alpine Club of Canada, Okanagan
The Okanagan Section was created in 1996 to provide a meeting ground for Okanagan residents interested in outdoor recreation in a mountain setting. With access to the Skaha Bluffs, the Cascades, the Coast Range, the Cariboos, the Monashees, the Valhallas, and the Selkirks, the Okanagan provides opportunities for a wide variety of activities.
The Orchard City Amateur Radio Club
Our Club supports with it's club membership dues many repeaters in the Kelowna area and it's club station, we are supported by we also supply support for the City of Kelowna and CORD.
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