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Homes for the Holidays Virtual

COHA is delighted to announce that Homes for the Holidays will be going virtual for 2020. We will feature five homes, and include recorded segments sharing holiday ideas and tips from local experts in between the home tours. After the last segment, our home owners will go live for a Q&A with a moderator, to answer questions about their homes, their décor, and their inspiration.

The Homes for the Holidays virtual tour will allow viewers to participate remotely from home and to safely share the event experiences with family and friends, retaining the universal appeal of our traditional home tour event. You can enjoy the show on your phone, laptop, tablet or smart tv as our home owners host their own tours giving you the inside scoop on their holiday style and décor.

Our segments will provide a bit of holiday creativity and magic for our guests. We’ll feature cocktail making, cookie decorating, wine pairing with your holiday meal, and award-winning chef will share some of his holiday cooking secrets.

Our Home Owners are:

Vintage enthusiast and stylist Kim Andrei

Social entrepreneur and community leader, Linda Stober

Creative grandmother, baker, and never afraid of a little DIY, Janet Kluftinger

A master of DIY, vintage lover, thrift store renovator and stylist Jessalyn Broadfoot

Mother of two, lifestyle guru, interior designer, cookbook author and cheerleader for small Canadian businesses, Jillian Harris

VIP tickets include a bag filled with goodies from our local experts. There is a limited number of VIP tickets, so be sure to buy yours today. Please note that the VIP bag is for local pickup only.

For all tickets, the streaming link will be sent out via email prior to the event. These will be unique links, so please do not share them.

Organized by
Central Okanagan Hospice Association
The Central Okanagan Hospice Association (COHA) offers services that support quality hospice palliative care and bereavement programs and services from Lake Country to Peachland at no cost. Hospice palliative care is an approach to care which emphasizes comfort, quality of life and dignity. Support is provided in private homes, long-term-care facilities, Central Okanagan Hospice House, Kelowna General Hospital and at the COHA August Centre.
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