Event Calendar

Jan
20
Mon
Al-Anon Meeting @ United Church
Jan 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Is your life affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon is a 12-step program for relatives and friends of alcoholics. We meet every Monday night at 7pm at the United Church, corner of Mackenzie Avenue & 3rd Street. 

We welcome newcomers to share in our hope, strength and experience! 

Contact person: Bonnie, 250-837-1416 

More about Al-Anon: https://al-anon.org

Jan
21
Tue
Knitting Club @ Revelstoke Library
Jan 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Knitting Club @ Revelstoke Library | Revelstoke | British Columbia | Canada

Get out of the house and get motivated to complete that project!  Tea and company awaits you in the library. There is always lots of laughter, great advice, and a bit of gossip!

Knitting Club @ Revelstoke Library
Jan 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
All crafters are welcome! We have ladies who crochet, cross-stitch, embroider, etc.  We have extra wool and needles for the beginner and Kendra and the other fabulous ladies are always willing to help. Come for some tea, company, and an incentive to get your project done 🙂
 
Presenter: Kendra
Kendra or all staff
(250) 837-5095
Rocky Mountain Cadet Corps Weekly Meetup @ Okanagan College Revelstoke
Jan 21 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Rocky Mountain Cadet Corps Revelstoke meets every Tuesday at the Okanagan College from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Open to everyone between 12 – 18 years of age. Come out be part of a team and learn valuable life skills, earn extra school credits and much more! Parents…this won’t cost you anything.

Consciousness Classes @ Metta Ink
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Explore the limits of your own beliefs and expand your awareness as you practice playing with your current perceptions of reality. During these 5 weekly gatherings I will do my best to help you understand the limits of our being through exploring and linking ancient knowledge to new scientific discoveries. I will guide your mind and body through various meditations and exercises that will help you strengthen your connection to self and the universe, ultimately increasing the chances of you experiencing more health and happiness.

Class dates:
5 Tuesdays Starting January 7th 2020 from 7- 8:30pm
5 Mondays Starting February 24th 2020 from 7- 8:30pm

$111 tax included
Registration required
Please e-mail me to register or ask any questions at anna@mettaink.ca

Some reviews from previous class attendees:

‘OMG my life is unreal now. I have only had a few bumps and I know I can do it with all the strength I now have. Your class changed me in such an amazingly high level way, thanks over and over again.’ ~SP

‘Anna is someone who immediately makes you feel comfortable and safe. Which makes her consciousnesses classes that much more special; the space created is full of love and understanding. I felt that Anna’s classes were an amazing introduction for teaching me to turn my awareness inwards. I learned to tune in and start to trust my own intuition about myself and about the world. The favorite part of my week were the incredible meditations Anna guided us through at the end of every class. They helped me reach a level I had previously never experienced before and it was fascinating to be introduced to this consciousness. I highly recommend Anna as both an energy healer and a teacher; I definitely miss her guidance now that I am no longer in Revelstoke!’ ~Becca

Anna’s Consciousness Classes are a wonderful and amazing experience. You learn a lot and the meditations are lovely. Each class builds on the last, so that by the end you have a wealth of knowledge and a solid idea of what “Consciousness” means in a spiritual and metaphysical sense. The meditations are worth the class alone, and as they evolve over the classes, you end up with a lovely addition to your own meditational practice. It’s a great experience and one I wouldn’t hesitate to repeat.’ ~Kira

‘Anna Minten is a caring, uplifting and energizing guide who can help you reconnect to your heart’s desire and believe in the power of your most beautiful dreams. She holds the medicine of unquenchable belief in the capacity of each human being to not only dream big but to also create the best life they can imagine. She lovingly guides her students to dare imagine their best life and offers practical tools to implement the manifestation of their goals and desires in daily life. Her consciousness class will ground you, bring peace, open your beautiful heart, foster gratitude and inspire confidence.’ ~Anna

‘Out of the classes so far I have learned to pay attention to synchronicities, how profoundly important deep breathing is, and to ground myself. I love my gratuity journal practice and do it daily still. Thank you for the continued blessings you have brought into my life and my kids’ lives as well; as a domino effect, they learn what I learn.’ ~Lana

Revelstoke Grizzlies v Kamloops Storm @ Revelstoke Forum
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Tickets: Adults $12 / Students & Seniors $9 / Children $6

Purchase your tickets in advance and save: Adults $11 / Students & Seniors $8 / Children $6

Pre-purchased tickets do not include Premium Seating entry ($2 per person – payable at the forum) or guarantee entry if tickets are sold out at the door.

Purchase advance tickets at Revy Outdoors, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Everything Revelstoke or Skookum Cycle & Ski.

Jan
22
Wed
Free Meditations @ Balu Yoga & Wellness
Jan 22 @ 7:30 am – 8:00 am

All levels

Sadhana/Meditation

‘Practicing meditation on a regular basis is like wiping the dust from a mirror every day. In a clean mirror you can see yourself clearly. Similarly, in the clean mind the Self is seen.’ Baba Hari Dass

Learn to empty the mind to come back to Self. Through easy and accessible practices known as Sadhana or spiritual practice, you’ll be guided in various Pranayama (breathing techniques), Pratyahara (withdrawing the mind from the senses), Dharana (one-pointedness) and Dhyana (deep concentration) exercises. No experience required and all are welcome.

Brown Bag History – WWI Internment @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Jan 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Brown Bag History is a series of history talks held every other Wednesday at Revelstoke Museum & Archives. Topic for January 22, 2020: Canada created Internment Camps for Enemy Aliens during World War I, but due to discriminatory practices, the majority of the people interned were civilians from Eastern Europe, particularly the Ukraine. Learn more about the camps, and about the camp that was located in Mount Revelstoke National Park in 1915

Ladies Wine Night @ Revelstoke Legion
Jan 22 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Join the ladies!

$4.75 / glass

Open 3pm – 7pm

Annual General Meeting – Revelstoke Museum & Archives @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Jan 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for the Annual General Meeting of Revelstoke Museum & Archives Association. All members are eligible to vote. Guests are welcome. Find out what the museum has accomplished in the past year, and hear our plans for 2020. After the meeting, enjoy a glass of wine and delicious appetizers.