To change the introduction of the weekly newsletter you need to create a new Post and categorize it as “Newsletter”. Mailchimp that sends out the newsletter is configured to automatically use the most recent post with the newsletter category as the introduction. The following shows an example of a newsletter post and how it is reflected on the newsletter.
By creating an event with ticketing the website will not only create the event, but will also create a corresponding sell-able product that represents the ticket. refer to the following for detailed instructions on how to create an event with ticketing as well as manage the related ticket product.
Custom Sidebars are displayed automatically based on the tags you use on a post. For example if you tag a post with “Cannery Brewing Company” the website will automatically replace the standard sidebar with Cannery brewing company sidebar.
Refer to the following document for more information
A list of the venues that have customer sidebars can be found at…
Please refer to the following document for detailed instructions on how to create a news post
Registered participants may cancel their registration (for a $10 cancellation fee or 5% of the course fee if paid by credit card or Paypal, whichever is greater) up to one week prior to a course beginning. After that time, course fees are non-refundable except in cases of medical or family emergency. In such a case, a written request for refund, accompanied by appropriate documentation from a third party (e.e. medical note), must be submitted.
For certain courses or workshops this policy may differ and that will be reflected in the course description.
The Okanagan School of the Arts is a non-profit society, established in 1961, which provides a full range of creative classes, programs & workshops for individuals of all ages and stages
The Shatford Centre is managed by Okanagan School of the Arts, a registered not-for-profit society which governs the operations of the Shatford Centre.
Although the building is leased from School District 67, the staff are hired by OSA, the non-profit society that operates the Shatford Centre.
No, the building is owned by School District 67 Okanagan Skaha and leased to the OSA.