Free movies at Interior Savings Centre
The City has a new big screen and it's inviting everyone in town to check it out at an Epic movie showing Sunday.
The new sport clock at the Interior Savings Centre is the focus of the event, which is a double feature with the movie Epic showing at 3 p.m. and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at 5:30 p.m. Doors open at 2 p.m.
And it's all free.
The concessions will be open for snacks during the screenings and everyone who attends gets a free voucher for a Blazers home game this season.
Sunday marks World Rivers Day
The importance of B.C.'s rivers is something that those who live in Kamloops are well aware of.
That's why Sunday the City of Kamloops is marking the fifth annual Kamloops World Rivers Day in Riverside Park.
The event is free and will run from noon to 5 p.m. It includes music by Paul Filek, guest speakers, free face painting and a bouncy castle.
There will also be a variety of activities, including making personalized buttons, chances to win water-saving gadgets and 'fishing' for prizes.
There's a grand prize draw for two passes to try scuba courtesy of Ocean Pacific Watersports.
Several non-profit groups and businesses will also offer environmental and sustainability information.
Mammogram screening offered for band members
First Nations women between the ages of 40 and 79 are asked to call their community health representative for mammogram screening being held at the Q'wemtsin Health Society on Thursday, Oct. 24.
A doctor's referral is required at the appointment. Health representative contacts include Andrea or Anisha LeBourdais at the Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band, at 250-579-5772 or Lesa Frezie at the Tk'emlups Indian Band, 250-828-9707.