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For those who may not be nursing a hangover on New Year’s Day and are looking for something to do, we have compiled a quick list of open establishments and things to do in Kelowna on the first day of 2020.
If you have a hankering for NYD brunch, Sunny’s on Bernard Avenue is a great place to visit.
Open until 2 pm, you can dive into a hearty meal and start the new year off with a full tummy!
Grab your helmet, skates and friends to set out for the first ice carving of 2020.
The lakeside rink is open until 11 pm!
What better way to start off the day than with a fresh cup of coffee?
Located next to the Delta Grand Hotel in Downtown Kelowna, Giobean specializes in Italian style coffee drinks, delicious snacks and a cozy environment.
The cafe is open until 4 pm today and makes for a great place to relax and write out some 2020 resolutions!
Speaking of resolutions, if your goal is to lead a healthier lifestyle this year GoodLife on Gordon Avenue is ready to help you make that happen!
The fitness facility is open until 8 pm with eager staff ready to greet you and help you on your way to achieving that #NewYearNewMe status.
For those who don’t feel like staying at home but also don’t quite feel like being active, a trip to the theatre is always a stellar option!
Both the Landmark Cinema on McCurdy Road and Cineplex in Orchard Plaza are open today to ensure you can catch up on new releases, such as the latest Star Wars or Cats, to keep you up to date on all the entertainment news this year.
Call up each theatre for their list of showtimes!
There is nothing quite like shredding the slopes on the first day of a new year.
Fluffy snow, brisk breezes and stunning views — Big White has it all! With over 100 runs open, tobogganing, various restaurants, shops and more, there are countless hours of excitement waiting for the whole family to enjoy.
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