As businesses reopen in Kamloops, many have found innovative ways to pivot their operations and embrace enhanced safety protocols to ensure the best customer experiences. Here are 5 more businesses to check out.
Expedia Cruises Kamloops
As travel on a large-scale is not permitted, Expedia Cruises Kamloops has pivoted to assist folks with travel locally. Expedia Cruises consultants are equipped with extensive knowledge of our incredible province to help you plan a vacation. Send them an email or book an appointment for a safe in-person meeting.
Parasol Early Years Learning
Parasol Early Years Learning is a preschool and daycare in downtown and the Dallas neighbourhoods. When folks were asked to stay home, Parasol remained open to continue providing childcare for essential workers so those folks could continue keeping our community safe.
Thank you Parasol👏.
Kamloops Farmers’ Market
Until the end of September, the 400-block of Victoria Street will be closed to vehicles from 7am-2pm for the Wednesday Kamloops Regional Farmer’s Market. This allows for more space between vendors and allowing patrons more space for physical distancing. Wednesday Farmers’ Market hours are now 8:00am-1:30pm. Their Saturday Market also runs 8:30am-12:30pm on the 200-block of Victoria Street.
Tommy Guns is a locally owned franchise that has put multiple safety measures into place to make your haircut safer:
💈a limit to how many people in the shop
💈all staff and clients must wear masks
💈hand sanitizers are placed around the shop
💈disinfectant of every station in between every client
💈constant cleaning of the shop throughout the day
💈encouraging clients to book online, through our app, or call in to sign in instead of coming into the shop to limit the amount of foot traffic
See them today for your next cut.
Sitting riverside, sipping on a cocktail. Dine-in at Sandbar Grill and enjoy dinner on their patio that overlooks the Thompson River – the only Kamloops patio on the water.
They’re open Tuesday-Saturday from 3-10pm.
We’d love to hear your stories of how local businesses have stepped up to be there for our community. Here’s how to participate and get involved: