The Pecha Kucha speaker series returns to the Cannery Brewing on Dec. 5 with a grab bag of people speaking. (Submitted File Photo)

Pecha Kucha returns to Cannery Brewing to Move It on Dec. 5

Speakers for the upcoming show haven’t been announced yet.

If you’re feeling the chill of winter, keeping moving is one way to stay warm.

Pecha Kucha is bringing speakers who ‘move it’ in their own ways to Penticton on Dec. 5.

Speakers who move their bodies, their perspectives, and their towns, and move people will be taking turns presenting alongside photo slides in the Pecha Kucha’s 20 x 20 format.

In its fifth year, Pecha Kucha Penticton has sold out for every talk, and has been hosted at Cannery Brewing since 2015.

Presenters for the upcoming speaker series have not yet been announced.

Held four times a year in Penticton, this not-for-profit series brings together a diverse range of Okanagan thinkers, storytellers, and community leaders.

Peach Kucha Vol. 18 Move It! takes place at the Cannery Brewing (198 Ellis St.) Dec 5.. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the first presentation takes place at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 at Cannery Brewing and online at pkpvol18.peatix.com.

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