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Kelowna business announces ‘exciting changes’ to historical downtown location

Sturgeon Hall Restaurant has announced that some exciting plans are in the making for the long-time Kelowna business.

The restaurant will be closed for the month as they work on changes to the business. A restaurant no more, they’re signage now says Sturgeon Hall Pub.

So it begins #restaurantnomore #change #thingsarechanging #sturgeonhall #sturgeonhallpub

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Established 20 years ago, Sturgeon Hall has been owned and operated by the same two landlords, Bernie Wilson and Louis Drummond, since its inception.

According to their website, the building itself is part of Canada’s Historical places listing, constructed in 1921 for the Leathley Family Printing Company.

While we wait for the changes to be revealed, Sturgeon Hall has been teasing their followers with some progress reports on social media.

Something different is coming ! #getexcited 🤔

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Sturgeon Hall Pub said that they expect to be open again in early May, and in the meantime, their sister pub, Fernando’s, across the street will be open as usual.

While we are making changes... please visit @fernandospub

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