Wilden is celebrating spring in a big way. The opening of the newest Showhome in Kelowna’s nature-inspired community will be a grand event that includes an art exhibit by graduating UBC students, music by a world-renowned harpist, and a very special gift for all mothers.
The Grand Opening Event will be held in Wilden’s Hidden Lake Lane townhome neighbourhood on Mother’s Day, May 11th from 1 pm to 5 pm. Just follow Union Road to the end, then turn right on Begbie Road.
While touring the impressive townhome, be sure to take in the very special art exhibit. The work of three budding artists, all graduating students in the UBC Fine Arts program, will be on display. Their work is part of the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies’ exhibition, entitled Ellipsis, which showcases the work of 27 recent graduates.
Throughout the afternoon, world-performing harpist Caroline Mackay will enhance the ambiance with a diverse repertoire of Celtic ballads, Latin rhythms, and classical arrangements.
To celebrate Mother’s Day and the arrival of spring, all mothers who attend the Grand Opening Event will receive a beautiful gift: Chrysanthemums in a flowerpot-shaped mug, appropriately called “Mums in a Mug”. Find more information at www.wildeninspring.ca.
Hidden Lake Lane townhomes are renowned for being exceptionally large, pet friendly, and energy efficient – and for having a naturally preserved lake in the backyard. The townhomes are conveniently located just 5 minutes from the Glenmore shops and 10-15 minutes from downtown Kelowna, the UBC campus, and airport. Read more about the Wilden Townhomes at www.wildentownhomes.ca
Wilden is the largest master-planned community between Vancouver and Calgary, situated 10 minutes from downtown Kelowna in a beautiful hillside setting that offers stunning views of Okanagan Lake. Over half of the 2000-acre development is dedicated to parks, nature trails and wildlife reserves. Wilden offers a variety of neighbourhoods, customizable pre-priced homes and lot/home packages to suit all lifestyles and budgets. When complete, Wilden will comprise over 2,800 homes.