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Friday, October 19
 

7:30am

Registration
Friday October 19, 2018 7:30am - 8:30am
Multipurpose Room

8:30am

Welcome and Keynote
Speakers
DH

David Harper

Dr. David G. (Dave) Harper is a science educator, researcher, and technology CEO. Educated from K to Ph.D. in BC, he is an advocate for education, science and technology, diversity and inclusiveness, environmental sustainability, and is passionate about the importance of critical... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am
Gym

9:30am

Flash Chats
Friday October 19, 2018 9:30am - 10:15am
Gym

10:15am

Break
Friday October 19, 2018 10:15am - 10:30am
Multipurpose Room

10:30am

Session A
Friday October 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:35am

10:35am

More For Your Inquiry Bag of Tricks
Join the director of STEM Learning at Science World for an engaging hands-on science session. Sandy will introduce you to a collection of her favourite inquiry activities that will invite students to think like scientists. Try out and tinker with simple but compelling materials that you can use immediately in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Eix

Sandra Eix

Director of STEM Learning, Science World British Columbia
I'm a good person to talk to about Science World's programs for teachers and students. I'd love to chat about making and tinkering, physics in general, or great coding projects, and I'm likely to tell you all about my recent fiddling trip to the East Coast.


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 143

10:35am

Argument Driven Inquiry: Promoting Science Proficiency and Student Choice and Voice by Transforming Lab Activities
This session is an introduction to a new approach to lab instruction called Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI). ADI is an innovative instructional model that is based on current research about how people learn science and is designed to foster the development of science proficiency. This instructional approach gives students an opportunity to learn how to read, write, and speak in the context of science, and integrates literacy throughout the 8 ADI stages. In this session, participants will learn about the stages of the ADI instructional model, how it was designed to address the shortcomings of current laboratory experiences, and how it is aligned with the best practices for teaching science as well as learn about ways to support students during each stage of the approach. Participants will also experience several of the stages themselves, getting first-hand experience of what a high quality science lab experience can look and feel like.

ADI is well aligned to the Core Competencies as it inherently focuses on communication, creative and critical thinking, and developing personal relationships and identities.   

Speakers
AM

Ashley Murphy

Director of Professional Learning, Argument Driven Inquiry
Former 6-8 and undergraduate educator. Currently working to help teachers transform laboratory instruction through Argument-Driven Inquiry. Talk to me about how student choice and voice can be leveraged to create understanding through authentic science experiences.


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 137

10:35am

The Changing Face of Classroom Science
This session will explore some key ways that science is changing as a discipline, how these have been embedded in the new curriculum, and how these are influencing teaching practice. Participants will be given specific examples of instructional and assessment strategies and tools that they can use to implement these changes in their classroom.    

Speakers
AC

Anita Chapman

Educational Consultant, Chapman & Associates Educational Consulting Inc
Anita Chapman is a former science teacher who works as an educational consultant with educational jurisdictions, educational publishing companies, and non-profit organizations in Canada and abroad.  She is a former instructor in classroom assessment for the University of Victoria’s... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 135

10:35am

Discrepant Events for the Classroom
This is a hands-on session involving some really neat and useful scientific inquiry activities that will motivate your students and engage them in the study of various science topics. ALL MATERIALS SUPPLIED BY FLINN SCIENTIFIC for this session. Teachers will be participating in at least four different lab activities during this session. Come with an open mind and leave with some fantastic ways to enrich your existing chemistry program! This is a must-attend session for all teachers. 

Speakers
RJ

Rebecca Jogia

Western Canada Regional Sales Manager, Flinn Scientific Canada


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 147

10:35am

Tour of the Water Engineering Technology Facilities at Okanagan College
This tour will take you through our 3 main laboratory spaces where we will outline the types of hands-on training our students receive.  We will also go over the program curriculum and career outcomes for our graduates.   

Speakers
avatar for Allison O'Neill

Allison O'Neill

Water Engineering Technology Department Chair, Okanagan College
Allison O'Neill, P.Eng., M.Ed. 


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 149

10:35am

Grade 8 Modern Physics -- by Inquiry!
Making quantum and particle physics accessible in the junior science curriculum!
The quantum and particle physics elements of the new curriculum might seem difficult to approach by inquiry, but with these readily prepared hands-on materials the concepts and methods of particle physics can be made accessible to inquiry at this level. Using free resources from the Perimeter Institute (Canada's Centre for Theoretical Physics) and readily available materials (we even can provide free kits for participants!) you can guide your students in understanding, and recreating, how we have arrived at our current model of quarks and leptons, and to see the quantization of light hands-on. Tap into the deep interest students have in modern physics to engage them in inquire and knowledge construction and get glimpses into the deepest aspects of our universe! 

Speakers
PF

Philip Freeman

Teacher, SD 38
Philip has taught physics in BC for 25 years, as well as worked to develop teaching resources for the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and TRIUMF (Canada's National Particle Accelerator). He is passionate about teaching students the beauty and wonder of the world as seen... Read More →
LP

Laura Pankratz

Western Canada Teacher Network Coordinator, Perimeter Institute
Laura has been involved in the educational field for over 30 years as a classroom teacher of junior and senior high school sciences and math.  More recently, Laura has been dedicated to helping teachers help students reach their potential through intentional classroom practice.  Laura... Read More →
EV

Edel Vo

Physics Teacher, Collingwood School
Edel Vo teaches Physics at Collingwood School and enjoys showing demos in class to pick students' interest in the subject-matter.


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 151

10:35am

The Science of Computational Thinking
How can we make the process of designing investigations and representing data more relevant to students? Join us as we explore how we might incorporate computational thinking, a problem-solving strategy, to the sciences.  We'll share effective practices and discover how computational thinking might enhance students' progression through the curricular competencies.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Lee

Karen Lee

Science World
Program Specialist  at Science World British Columbia


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 145

10:35am

Flip that lab! Moving from structured labs to guided inquiry.
Are you daunted by the thought of using inquiry lab activities in high school science?  Taking the first step feels hard, until you realize you don't have to re-invent the wheel!  Learn how to take labs you know and trust, and flip them to an inquiry approach.  Chem 11/12 labs are the main focus of this workshop, but the strategies translate easily to Science 8-10 activities.

Speakers
avatar for Tanya Virani

Tanya Virani

Chemistry Teacher, Burnaby School District
Tanya was a chemistry teacher in North Vancouver for 14 years, and is currently teaching in Burnaby. Her two most recent teaching "projects" are transitioning to inquiry lab activities and using proficiency grading.


Friday October 19, 2018 10:35am - 11:35am
Room 139

11:40am

Lunch
Lunch catered by Deli City Cafe and Catering

Friday October 19, 2018 11:40am - 12:30pm
Multipurpose Room

12:30pm

BCScTA AGM
Friday October 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Gym

1:00pm

Session B
Friday October 19, 2018 1:00pm - 2:05pm

1:05pm

Hands-On Science: An Inquiry Approach for the BC Science Curriculum
This activity-based, hands-on workshop will focus on the curricular competencies that students in K-5 use as they explore science.  

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Lawson

Jennifer Lawson

Educator, Portage and Main Press
Dr. Jennifer Lawson is a former classroom teacher, resource teacher, consultant, and principal. She teaches courses in the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Education and serves as a School Trustee in Winnipeg. Dr. Lawson is the originator and senior author of the Hands-On series... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 147

1:05pm

Electromagnetism !
Supports the grade 7 electromagnetism unit and the Big Idea:  The electromagnetic force produces both electricity and magnetism.  FortisBC has developed an electromagnetism module for teachers in its electricity services area.  It includes six downloadable lessons (energyleaders.ca) to explore magnets, circuits, electromagnets and different methods of electricity generation with overviews, teacher backgrounders, curriculum connections, slideshows, assessment tools and student handouts. Classroom teachers receive an electricity kit including hands-on materials for students to explore electromagnetism and electricity. The workshop provides an introduction to the Energy Leaders online platform and other materials for grade 7 classrooms, including a five-lesson climate change module, conservation action planning materials and natural gas and electrical safety lessons.
 
Please note that only teachers in school districts in the FortisBC electricity services area will receive classroom electricity kits.
 

Speakers
BR

Barry Robert Fergusson

Founding Partner, Kidnetic
Barry Fergusson is a founding partner of Kidnetic Education. Kidnetic Education has been working with utilities in BC since 2002 developing curriculum and delivering in-service workshops. Barry has in-serviced over 100 workshops across the province and works with K to grade teach... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 135

1:05pm

Scientific Literacy: Activities and Strategies To Foster a Spirit of Inquiry
By fostering a spirit of inquiry, nurturing our students’ curiosity, and bringing current, relevant, and real-world science into the classroom experience, we prepare our students to become educated citizens capable of understanding and analyzing the world around them. This session provides you with innovative ideas and tools that you can use in your classroom to support students in becoming critical, creative, and responsible thinkers in science. Grades 6-12 

Speakers
RG

Raja Gupta

Science Teacher, Summerland Secondary, Nelson
 Raja Gupta has been a teacher in B.C. since 1996. He teaches Science 9, 10 and Physics 11 and 12 at Summerland Secondary School in the Okanagan. His interests in education include teacher-training and mentoring, engagement in and around science, and, most of all, having fun. Raja... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 137

1:05pm

Our Changing Picture of the Universe
The various sciences: botany, biology, astronomy, mathematics etc. started out as little puddles of light in an ocean of ignorance. Individuals working in the various sciences were highly specialized in their individual disciplines, and regarded the other disciplines with disinterest or distrust. For centuries scientific research was aimed more at resolving more detail in those puddles of knowledge rather than making them bigger.
 
In the mid-20th Century things started to change, and now that change is in full-swing. The explosion in science and technology has expanded those puddles until they are touching and overlapping. Astronomy now involves geology, chemistry and other sciences, and physics is getting into everything. 

Speakers
KT

Ken Tapping

Dominion Radio Astronomical Observatory
MSc, Space Physics, University College LondonPhD, Solar Astrophysics, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands 


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 145

1:05pm

SAFETY FIRST – School Science Lab Safety
“Safety in the classroom is paramount.  Other components of education — resources, teaching strategies, and facilities — are effective only in a safe classroom or lab” (B.C. Ministry of Education, Science Safety Resource Manual, Revised 2016).  
This workshop looks at some critical safety issues in B.C.’s school science labs.  Videos, live demonstrations and games such as Wheel of Misfortune and Laboratory Feud will get you thinking about risk assessment and risk management in your lab.  
This workshop is offered by Flinn Scientific Canada, a leader in school science lab safety.  Workshop participants will be shown how to access Flinn’s FREE safety resources for teachers.  The always popular prize draws will be held at the end of the session.  

Speakers
avatar for Gary Davidson

Gary Davidson

Science Consultant, Flinn Scientific Canada
Gary Davidson B.Sc., M.Ed. Gary taught junior science and senior chemistry for 33 years in B.C., the last 26 years at Fulton Secondary in Vernon. He is the coauthor of several popular Chemistry textbooks and a consultant with Flinn Scientific Canada.


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 139

1:05pm

Genome BC Geneskool: Life sciences resources for incoming Gr. 10-12 curriculum
This session will provide insight into the free resources offered by Genome BC Geneskool that teachers can use as part of the incoming grade 10 biology unit. Using a hands-on approach with plenty of opportunity to provide feedback, participants will experience how Geneskool activities try to develop core competencies in addition to teaching curricular content. We'll delve into one activity - Alien Babies (simple patterns of inheritance) - in detail and use the remaining time to play with other activities relating to applications of genetics and processes of evolution. Some printed materials will be available for teachers to take away. 

Speakers
avatar for Alex Chattwood

Alex Chattwood

Education Manager, Genome BC
Alex Chattwood works with volunteer scientists & undergraduate students to support the formal education system through Genome BC’s Geneskool program. Alex holds a PhD in genetics and moved into education after working as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of British... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 141

1:05pm

Powerful thinking in the Power Smart for Schools program
What role can rigorous scientific thinking play in nurturing energy literacy? Why is quality scientific thinking needed for social responsibility and responsible citizenship? Attend this interactive session and explore how new materials from BC Hydro’s Power Smart for Schools program can nurture students’ ability to think critically, solve problems, and make ethical decisions. Facilitated by The Critical Thinking Consortium, this session will examine practical and powerful ways to use critical thinking to effectively inspire and engage students in the science of electricity, conservation, energy, sustainability, and safety. This session will highlight Power Smart for Schools learning materials for secondary – junior grades. 

Speakers
WW

Warren Woytuck

TC2 Facilitator, BC Hydro


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 151

1:05pm

Science with a Smartphone
Sure, smartphones are great for internet research, and there are some great science apps, but so much more is possible!  Try out a cellphone microscope, build your own acoustic amplifier and speaker from everyday stuff, and project in 3D with Pepper's Ghost as we explore new uses for handheld technology.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Eix

Sandra Eix

Director of STEM Learning, Science World British Columbia
I'm a good person to talk to about Science World's programs for teachers and students. I'd love to chat about making and tinkering, physics in general, or great coding projects, and I'm likely to tell you all about my recent fiddling trip to the East Coast.


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 143

1:05pm

Collaborative and active learning in UBC science classes
A wide body of research demonstrates that active learning supports greater student success than traditional lectures. While the employment of collaborative and active learning methods in the large-class environments of university lecture halls offer unique challenges, such methods can be adapted and managed with demonstrated success.

Attendees of this workshop will learn about the educational research that supports the effectiveness of collaborative and active learning methods in science classes. They will learn about and have the opportunity to take part in some of the active learning activities and student engagement strategies currently in use in chemistry and biology classrooms at UBC Okanagan, such as guided-inquiry, problem-based learning, and two-stage exams. They will be able to better inform their own senior students as to what they can expect from university science classes, and will have a better understanding of instructional methods they may wish to incorporate into their own practice. 

Speakers
avatar for W. Stephen McNeil

W. Stephen McNeil

Associate Professor, UBC Okanagan, Dept of Chemistry
W. Stephen McNeil is an Associate Professor in the Chemistry Department at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna, British Columbia. He is a 2009 recipient of the UBC Okanagan Award for Teaching Excellence and Innovation and the 2018 recipient of the UBC Okanagan Killam Teaching Prize. His ongoing... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 1:05pm - 2:05pm
Room 149

2:05pm

Session C
Friday October 19, 2018 2:05pm - 3:10pm

2:10pm

BCScTA Presents the Roots Grant
BCScTA provides funding to its members to support support collaborative groups quality science education initiatives. Come find out more about this great opportunity and to hear from previous grant recipients who will share their exciting journey. 

Ziebarth: As recipients of the BCSCTA Roots Grant, this collaborative group at North Delta Secondary School are team teaching Science 9. We collaborate to integrate the core with the curricular competencies and craft lessons that focus on Inquiry and student-centered learning. We would like to share the benefits and fruits of our collaboration sessions, including our thought processes during these sessions and the final assessment we created.  

Onotera: This workshop looks at how cedar trees can be used to teach the new BC science curriculum and how it can be linked to Aboriginal culture. We will provide lesson plans about cedar trees for Kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 5 but these lessons can be adapted to any elementary grade level.  In this workshop, we will describe and provide photos of some of the activities that can be taken and used in the classrooms right away. In addition, you will have the opportunity to carve soap to develop a better understanding of how totem poles are carved.  



Moderators
avatar for Favian Yee

Favian Yee

Secretary, BCScTA

Speakers
NO

Naomi Onotera

Teacher, Surrey School District
We are teachers in the Surrey School District. We both have been teaching at a K/1 level for the last few years but worked with a Grade 4,5,6 teacher to develop these lesson plans. We are interested in teaching about the importance of cedar trees and how it links to Aboriginal culture... Read More →
CZ

Cory Ziebarth

Teacher, Delta SD
Cory has been teaching in the Delta School district for 14 years.  Over the past few years, she has been passionate about getting out of the LST room, and integrating into the mainstream classroom, collaborating with colleagues, re-designing an re-imagining curriculum together, applying... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 143

2:10pm

Assessing the curricular competencies with simple changes to your demonstrations, practice activities and labs.
In this session Ben will share how he uses a variety formative and summative assessment techniques in a variety of ways to assess most of the new curricular competencies. Ben has introduced strategies in which students practice specific curricular competencies in small groups and in lab activities while receiving specific individual feedback.  Some of these competencies are then formally tested at the end of the unit on the unit tests.  Students demonstrate the ability to perform other competencies in the form of formal lab write-ups and projects.  Teachers in all grades will be able to introduce these changes into their own activities.  

Speakers
avatar for Ben Arcuri

Ben Arcuri

Chemistry Teacher, School District 67
Ben Arcuri has been teaching for 15 years and has specifically taught senior science and Chemistry for 12 years. During this time Ben has been experimenting with a variety of formative and summative assessment techniques.   



Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 135

2:10pm

STEM - Fun and Engaging Activities with a Design Focus for your Science Classroom
This workshop is geared towards teachers interested in refreshing their lessons and engaging their students in science by incorporating STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Math) activities into their lessons.  This is a hands on workshop where teachers will not only be presented with several different STEM activities, but will actually participate and perform the activities.  All participants will leave the presentation with new STEM activities and a link to a Google drive folder with all the demonstrations and documents (from the day) they will need for their own classrooms.

The push towards STEM activities in our classrooms is to help students develop strong mathematical and scientific connections and skills.  These activities focus on real-world issues and problems (social, economic, and environmental) and makes students seek solutions for these problems. STEM activities are different from science activities as they are guided by the engineering design process.  In this process, students define problems, conduct background research, develop multiple ideas for solutions, develop and create a prototype, and then test, evaluate, and redesign them.
 

Speakers
NM

Natalie Morin

Teacher, SD#23
Natalie Morin - I currently work at Okanagan Mission Secondary School (OKM) in Kelowna, BC and I've been teaching for 11 years.  Recently I spent the last two years working and living in Guadalajara, Mexico, teaching middle school science at the American Foundation School of Guadalajara... Read More →
LN

Lisa Nevoral

Teacher, SD#23
Lisa Nevoral - I currently work at Okanagan Mission Secondary School (OKM) in Kelowna, BC and I've been teaching for 14 years.  Before OKM I worked at Dr. Knox Middle School for 11 years teaching middle school science and math.  This past year I have been teaching Science 9 and... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 139

2:10pm

You’ve Got This One: Assessing the Curricular Competencies
The word “assessment” can strike fear into the hearts of teachers and students. Join us to learn how assessment of curricular competencies can be embraced to create a science classroom culture that motivates effort, provides strategies for self-assessment, and encourages a growth mindset to improve learning. Examples and tools will be shared. Grades 6-12 

Speakers
AC

Anita Chapman

Educational Consultant, Chapman & Associates Educational Consulting Inc
Anita Chapman is a former science teacher who works as an educational consultant with educational jurisdictions, educational publishing companies, and non-profit organizations in Canada and abroad.  She is a former instructor in classroom assessment for the University of Victoria’s... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 137

2:10pm

Innovation in Action: how to teach innovation in the classroom and apply it in your workplace
In this hands-on workshop you will learn what innovation means, in a practical sense in the education system, and how to use innovative practices, both in your classroom and in your workplace. Please consider your “pinch points” and bring those problems to the workshop. I’ll guide you through the process of “innovation in action” and we’ll work to produce a solution to take home. Through this, you’ll discovery how innovation can be easily incorporated into your classroom and practice. 

Speakers
DH

David Harper

Dr. David G. (Dave) Harper is a science educator, researcher, and technology CEO. Educated from K to Ph.D. in BC, he is an advocate for education, science and technology, diversity and inclusiveness, environmental sustainability, and is passionate about the importance of critical... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 141

2:10pm

Apples in the Okanagan: Genetics, Phenotypes and Historical perspectives
Okanagan apples can be traced back to three or four distinctive varieties.  Through chance, breeding programs and popular demand, there are over a dozen varieties of apples grown in the Okanagan Valley.  Come and taste, and learn about these varieties. 

Speakers
PB

Phil Bakker

Teacher, SD#23
Walter Frank was a math/economics teacher with SD23 until he left teaching to become a full-time orchardist, operating a very successful orchard in the Lake Country area for over 30 years.  He never forgot his teaching roots, and did workshops for UBC-O masters programs in the areas... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 147

2:10pm

Digital Literacy, Computational Thinking and Coding - Oh My!
What is digital literacy, computational thinking, and coding? What are their respective roles in preparing students as future citizens and professionals? We will discuss these issues and we will have practical activities that can be repeated in class to build the skills of your students in these areas. You will also learn what free resources Let's Talk Science provides to support you in your teaching. Among other activities, we will present the Living Space Project, an experiment created in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency that links computational thinking with the curriculum of the living world and the earth and space units.

Speakers
MC

Mannix Chan

Let's Talk Science


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 145

2:10pm

Teaching the Big Ideas in the Physics Curriculum
How do you teach 2D motion in grade 11? How do you convey an idea as abstract as a field meaningfully?
The new physics curriculum presents both challenges and opportunities to understand physics at a deep level! This session, using resources from the Perimeter Institute (Canada’s Centre for Theoretical Physics) and lead by their teacher in residence, will provide participants with hands-on activities that experience shows can help students to understand the big ideas behind the curriculum and make links and deeper understanding. From hands-on activities for understanding projectile motion and electric fields to deeper links to relativity, virtual particles and dark matter, come and share useful ideas – and bring your own experience and questions!  Everyone will leave with a full kit of classroom ready materials. 

Speakers
PF

Philip Freeman

Teacher, SD 38
Philip has taught physics in BC for 25 years, as well as worked to develop teaching resources for the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and TRIUMF (Canada's National Particle Accelerator). He is passionate about teaching students the beauty and wonder of the world as seen... Read More →
LP

Laura Pankratz

Western Canada Teacher Network Coordinator, Perimeter Institute
Laura has been involved in the educational field for over 30 years as a classroom teacher of junior and senior high school sciences and math.  More recently, Laura has been dedicated to helping teachers help students reach their potential through intentional classroom practice.  Laura... Read More →
EV

Edel Vo

Physics Teacher, Collingwood School
Edel Vo teaches Physics at Collingwood School and enjoys showing demos in class to pick students' interest in the subject-matter.


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 151

2:10pm

Tour of Okanagan College Mechanical Technology and Water Treatment Programs
 The Mechanical Engineering Technologist program at Okanagan College provides a hands-on, practical, application-based program to those students who want smaller class sizes, job-oriented training after finishing high school.  This tour will showcase some of the classes, labs and will demonstrate the kinds of things mechanical technologists can and will do. 
 

Speakers
avatar for Reg Marte

Reg Marte

Chairperson Mechanical Engineering Technology, Okanagan College
Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program at Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus. Participants can talk to me about engineering technology to gain insight into this engineering career path option for your students. Our program is two years in length and students graduate... Read More →


Friday October 19, 2018 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Room 149

6:00pm

Three Course Premium Dinner Buffet (Pre-Registration Required)
Infusions is located in the Culinary Arts Building ("F" Building) at Okanagan College's Kelowna campus, 1000 KLO Road. ​Map to Infusions Restaurant​​​

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Friday October 19, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Infusions Restaurant 1000 KLO Road, Kelowna, BC