The Holm Stretch May 27, 2022
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The Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB) is inviting all members of the OKIB community, the syilx Nation, and the general public to attend the grand reopening of the newly constructed Cultural Arbor gathering space (featured above)at Komasket Park in syilx territory on Saturday, May 28. Scroll for more details.
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As of the morning of Friday, May 27, 2022, there are 631 properties showing as active listings in the North Okanagan. Last Friday there were 627 properties active.
Sales ranged from $115,000. to $1,675,000. and on average properties were active for 39 days before posting as sold.
13 sales took 14 days or less to firm up.
Scroll down for our market recap for Vernon, Armstrong, and Coldstream real estate activity in the last 7 days.
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The Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB) is inviting all members of the OKIB community, the syilx Nation, and the general public to attend the grand reopening of the newly constructed Cultural Arbor gathering space at Komasket Park in syilx territory on Saturday, May 28.
Located on a pre-contact syilx village and fishing site, the Cultural Arbor can accommodate approximately 300 people, who are welcome to use the space to gather and celebrate. The circular open-air, roofed building features bleacher-style seating that flows around the inside of the structure in four tiers.
“The arbor is a space which builds a sense of community, supports gathering, inspires health and wellbeing, and upholds the values of the OKIB community,” said Nick Nilsen, the communications specialist at OKIB.