By JON GEORGE
Downtown CAP Team
FALL IS ALMOST here. This means it’s time to change out the outrageous Hawaiian shirts for a dusty grey turtle neck – until next year my friend. Of course, there are some position side affects of the fall season arriving. (Pumpkin spice anyone?)
It’s time to get cozy, grab your most fashionable snuggy, along with a pumpkin spice anything, and get comfy – Downtown Kamloops has your fall needs covered.
While we are (thankfully) not in the minus section of the thermostat yet, fall fashion is alive and well in Downtown Kamloops. Beautiful window designs are fully showcasing awesome new Fall season looks – Check out Jardines Domaine and Main Street Clothing Company for example. Jump into warm winter tones with a new big comfy sweater, classic tall brown boots and grab a new go-to comfy scarf.
What would Fall be without the glorious flavor of Pumpkin Spice? From cookies, drinks to everything under the cinnamon sun. Downtown Kamloops has a variety of tea and coffee shops that have adopted your favourite fall flavours into their baked goods and drinks. Visit www.downtownkamloops.com to see a full business directory.
We can also talk events – there’s always something going on Downtown – and fall is no exception. You can still find Open Mic Mondays at the Commodore Grand Café & Lounge, the Kamloops Regional Farmers Market continues every Wednesday and Saturday, Drink and Draw can be creatively celebrated at Red Collar Brewing and Zacks Coffee, karaoke at the Central Station Pub and more.
And, of course, who could forget about the changing colours of nature? Downtown is home to beautiful parks that have mature trees and great shrubs that are forever growing – and thanks to this season, changing colours. You can see the changes happening daily so join us and pumpkin spice up your life this season. Until next time.
Written by, Jon George, Customer Care and Patrol (CAP) Team Member. The CAP Team is the Downtown Kamloops ambassador program. Reach them at 250-572-3008/3009 or the Customer Care – Info center at 250-572-3017.