okanagan online book club



indigenous okanagan books


The 2022 Okanagan Online Book Club will be starting up soon. Our focus will again be on Indigenous Syilx stories, history and authors. 

Check back for more details, coming soon. In the mean time, we highly recommend any and all of last year’s titles. For more information, please click on any of the book cover images below.




upcoming books & schedule

To join, simply Contact Us with Join Book Club in the body of email. 



Click on book covers for more information and to order books.

If you’d like to order all the books through one location, we suggest you shop local at Mosaic Books (Kelowna), with free delivery (over $75) in BC.





GVMA staff is in the process of Cultural Safety Training with respected Syilx Elders, Christina Marchand and Eric Mitchell, of the Okanagan Nation. 

Marchand and Mitchell have dedicated their life’s work to educating non-Indigenous people about the impacts of racism and intergenerational trauma to begin the process of working toward reconciliation and future collaboration. 

To foster further understanding of the history and culture of the Syilx People, the Okanagan Online Book Club will focus on books authored by and about Indigenous Syilx People of the Okanagan. 

When you join the Okanagan Book Club, we’ll send you a link to an online meeting that you can join for free. Discussion questions, book reviews, and author interviews will be linked to from each book’s Okanagan Book Club page.

All are welcome to join the Okanagan Online Book Club!

To join, simply Contact Us with Join Book Club in the body of the email.






Greater Vernon Museum & Archives is located on the Ancestral, Traditional and Unceded Territory of the Okanagan Nation and the Syilx People.