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Revelstoke Museum & Archives hosts a weekly Craft Club every Friday at noon upstairs in the museum.
Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, colouring, beading, or any other craft you may be working on and join us for an hour of coffee or tea, conversation, and crafting.
We have expert knitters and crocheters willing to help beginners. Everyone is welcome, and there is no charge.
Revelstoke Museum & Archives hosts a weekly craft club every Friday at noon, upstairs at the Museum. Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, beading, colouring, sketching, or any other craft and join us for an hour or so. Enjoy coffee or tea while crafting and visiting with the other crafters. Children are welcome to come with their parents – a children’s play area is available in the program room.
A great oportunity to try out another exceptional winter sport in a non competitive environment. Start time is 7 PM, fee at $5, with the club supplying instruction, grippers, brushes and sliders. We ask that you bring along clean running shoes to wear on the ice and recommend wearing something you could do a lunge in.
For your enjoyment we have our upstairs lounge open.
Drop In Curling will run every Friday from Dec 13 to March 27 with a break for the Holidays on December 27.
Come on out and support your legion, with a great night of Karaoke and a Burger (cooked right in front of you) and a nice cold Beer 10$
When a murder on main street bursts the bubble of Nelson’s utopian image, citizens of this mountain oasis head into a raucous city election struggling with their emerging exposure to the right wing wave of populism spreading across North America.
The City of Nelson, British Columbia (population 10,000) has been a mountain town refuge for free spirits looking to create a funky utopia for generations. As the civic election heats up, the bohemian bubble bursts when one man murders another on the main street over a panhandling spot. This prompts Bubbles the Clown to run for Mayor as she stumps for the marginalized citizens of Nelson. All the while, the former threeterm conservative Mayor seeks to reclaim the mayor’s chair from the incumbent who is known for her progressive social platform. We follow a colourful group of candidates along the campaign trail as they seek to win the votes of the hyper-engaged citizens whose town is in crisis over how to move forward amidst the wave of global populism encroaching on their counter-culture haven.
(plus $1 serivce fee)
Come join us today at the Legion for our weekly meat draw!!
-Meat draw tickets 3 for $1 with 4 draws and 3 chances to win each draw
-$4.50 bottled beer
-50/50 tickets $1 each
-Mystery Draw & Early bird draw
We are open 1pm-7pm+
Early bird draw at 3:30 pm
So bring your friends and come down for a fun afternoon. Everyone is welcome and there are plenty of chances to win!!!
We are located in the big blue building on 1st street beside Rays Butcher and La Baguette
1. to act unruly or rebellious
2. to get wild
Bringing Dance and Culture to Revelstoke! Dolla Hilz presents Bruk Out @ The Last Drop on January 18th, a reggae/dancehall night that will be sure to have the dancefloor wil’in out!
Music starts at 10:30pm.
Foundation Productions DJs RayRay, Nick James and Dolla Hilz will be spinning a roundup of the hottest and freshest island inspired beats including reggae, dancehall, reggaeton, hip hop, dub, west coast bass and more.
Dress up. Express yourself. Dance all night. Have fun! Good vibes only!
‘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 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