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Find out what’s happening in your community this weekend

It’s the time again — the weekend.

Find out about all the fun community events happening in the Okanagan and Shuswap this Nov. 17-19 by following our Black Press Social Media Squad online.

From ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in Salmon Arm, to Christmas markets in Kelowna, to watching the Penticton Vees hit the ice in the South Okanagan, we have got you covered.

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