Friday, May 31

Intergenerational Day Celebration at Moberly Manor, 11 a.m – noon.

The celebration encourages youth and seniors to participate in fun activities together. Photo: Revelstoke Community Response Network.

On May 31, age is simply a number. Intergenerational Day Canada celebrates the union between the old and the young. The event has been set up by The Revelstoke Community Response Network to encourage the people of Revelstoke to move toward an age-friendly community where persons of all ages — old and young — can connect in an inclusive and productive way. Head down to Moberley Manor for coffee, snacks, and fun activities for everyone.
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Art Exhibition Opening Event at Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre, at 5-9 p.m.

“Conway’s” by Jeff Wilson. Photo: Jeff Wilson.

Friday, May 31, marks the opening evening for the Revelstoke Visual Art’s Centre’s newest exhibition. The main gallery will showcase work from artist Jeff Wilson, whose work boasts bold, acrylic colours. The side galleries will feature local work from Revelstoke Secondary School. The exhibition will run from May 31 until June 21, with viewing available from Tuesday to Saturday. Admission is by donation.
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Locals Month (last day) at The Cabin, 5-8 p.m.

The cabin will be offering discount jugs of beer for the whole of May. Photo: Unsplash.

It’s the last day to get yourself down to The Cabin and enjoy their local’s month deals. Expect half price lane rentals, drinks specials, and delicious fishbowl cocktails between 5 – 8 p.m. this Friday.
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Friday Night Darts & Karaoke at the Revelstoke Legion, 8 p.m. until late.

Come down to the Revelstoke Legion for drink specials, darts and karaoke this Friday night. Photo: Unsplash.

In the words of Rebecca Black, “it’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday”. OK, so maybe you could pick a better song, but the point is, it’s Friday night and that means the return of karaoke and darts! Enjoy drinks specials too, as you watch your friends murder those classic hits.
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Daring Greatly at The Rivercity Pub, 10 p.m. until late.

The band will be performing two separate shows this weekend at The Rivercity Pub. Photo: Michelle Spice.

As part of their “One Town at a Time” tour, Daring Greatly will be returning to Revelstoke for the first time in a year to perform for two nights at the Rivercity Pub. This family band – consisting of a father, two adult sons and two of their best friends – will be bringing Woodstock vibes to the stage with their mesmerizing, five-part vocal harmonies. They will be delivering original Classic Rock and Soul music from their two full-length albums. This no-cover show will kick off at 10 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday nights.
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Saturday, June 1

Mountain Paradise Show & Shine (Vintage Car Show) in Downtown Revelstoke, 8 a.m.–3 p.m.

The Revelstoke Mountain Paradise Show and Shine attracts many hundreds to downtown’s core. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer

A diverse display of vintage cars will glisten under the bright June sunshine this Saturday morning. The annual vintage car show will take place between 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. alongside the weekly farmers market. Immerse yourself in history while you enjoy all the lively goings-on that Revelstoke’s downtown core has to offer.
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Farmers Market in Downtown Revelstoke, 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

A busy Saturday morning at the Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer file photo

Downtown’s Mackenzie Avenue will be transforming into a bustling hub for local produce and unique craftwork once more. You’ll have until 1 p.m. Saturday to get yourself downtown and support local before the market wraps up for the day. What better way to start the month of June?
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Ibis Demo Day by Tantrum Ride Co. at The Macpherson Nordic Lodge, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Tantrum will be hosting the Ibis demo day at Macpherson Nordic Lodge. Photo: Ibis.

Tantrum will be hosting an Idris mountain bike demo day this Saturday from 10 – 5 p.m. Size ranges of the new Ripmo and Mojo 3 models will be available to try. Just bring along your drivers license, helmet, and pedals.
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Health Retreat at Revelstoke United Church, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Balancing Our Minds Health Retreat is a free, interactive event where participants hear from youth speakers about their personal experiences dealing with mental health. There will be an opportunity for youth to learn about mental health resources as well as useful tools available to them. Attendees can try out activities such as self-care yoga, cross-fit and more. This event is aimed at youth between the ages of 19-24, but all those under the age of 30 are welcomed. Door prizes and swag will be available from the Vancouver Canucks and Foundry BC.
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Daring Greatly at The Rivercity Pub, 10 p.m. until late.

The band will be performing two separate shows this weekend at The Rivercity Pub. Photo: Michelle Spice.

As part of their “One Town at a Time” tour, Daring Greatly will be returning to Revelstoke for the first time in a year to perform for two nights at the Rivercity Pub. This family band – consisting of a father, two adult sons and two of their best friends – will be bringing Woodstock vibes to the stage with their mesmerizing five-part vocal harmonies. They will be delivering original Classic Rock and Soul music from their two full-length albums. This no-cover show will kick off at 10 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday nights.
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Sunday, June 2

St. Arnaud at The Last Drop Pub, 8–11 p.m.

St Arnaud will perform a cover-free show this Sunday. Photo: Contributed by St. Arnaud band.

Hailing from Edmonton, A.B., St. Arnaud will be stopping by The Last Drop Pub this Sunday night to play a cover-free show. St. Arnaud’s debut album blends to together his raw, goose-bump-raising, storytelling solo ability of songwriters like Nathaniel Rateliff, Adrianne Lenker, Phoebe Bridgers, Shakey Graves, and Andy Shauf, with the indie-folk sounds of The Barr Brothers, Alvvays, and Whitney.
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