MapleFest a sweet treat

The air in downtown Kelowna smells sweeter than usual thanks to an assortment of sugary treats being offered up as part of Kelowna MapleFest 2014.

The fun festival, at the Rotary Centre for The Arts, features numerous free shows and concerts, as well as many expositions and art classes for the entire family.

For those looking to give their taste buds a treat, vendors are offering up poutine, pea soup, maple taffy on snow, French crepes, maple cotton candy, and more. 

The two-day event is being put on by the Centre culturel francophone de l’Okanagan (CCFO) which aims to promote the understanding and appreciation of French language and culture amongst all residents of the Okanagan region

For more information on the various activities on offer as part of MapleFest 2014 click here.


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