Tuesday, May 17, 2022
'People who shake you up, who challenge you to be honest and upfront, who make you feel all the feelings, and who are willing participants in disrupting the peace when a hard conversation is needed are gems.'
Interior Health introduces interactive maps that highlight four common climate hazards in B.C. to help communities plan for resiliency
Presenters from the Climate Disruption in the Upper Columbia Basin series reflect on finding hope in the face of climate crisis.
BC Hydro & Power Authority receives a hefty fine from WorkSafeBC for a health and safety violation
In an online presentation on May 18 via Zoom, the Revelstoke Education Committee will host Carolyn Roberts for a discussion on reciprocity and reconciliation
A new report analyzes options for the proposed Grizzly Plaza renovation project, including moving elements around, possible tree removal and replacement, including Indigenous history, and more.
Following Mike Hooker's retirement announcement, the Revelstoke Board of Education welcomes Roberta Kubik as the new Superintendent of Schools.
Bears appear to be more active this spring than in previous years, and Revelstoke Bear Aware reminds community members to be conscious of their bear attractants.
The Canada Post outlet at the Big Eddy Market unexpectedly closes.
Local beekeeper invites local artists to design beehive boxes to raise awareness of pollinators and raises funds for community organizations.
Tourism Revelstoke has created a new destination and sustainability manager position in an effort to manage the impacts of tourism in the community.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

May
18
Wed
Free meditation @ Balu Yoga
May 18 @ 7:30 am – 8:00 am
Free meditation @ Balu Yoga
Free meditation every Wednesday morning at Balu Yoga. No experience needed. To view the in-studio COVID protocol or to register visit baluyoga.com.
Reciprocity and Reconciliation Presentation by Carolyn Roberts @ Online
May 18 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Reciprocity and Reconciliation Presentation by Carolyn Roberts @ Online
Carolyn Roberts, Faculty Member and Indigenous Teaching Fellow in the Department of Education at Simon Fraser University, will provide a presentation on Reciprocity and Reconciliation. The presentation will be online and here is the link: https://sd19.zoom.us/j/61218193498
May
21
Sat
Revelstoke Farmers’ Market @ Revelstoke LFI Farmers' Market
May 21 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Revelstoke Farmers' Market @ Revelstoke LFI Farmers' Market
The Saturday Farmers’ Markets in downtown Revelstoke is a popular weekly gathering for locals and visitors during the summer. The vendors sell food, arts, crafts and it draws attendance from a diverse section of the community. Downtown shops and patios are open and busy. People come to pick up their fresh vegetables and foods from local and regional vendors, and they look forward to bumping into friends and acquaintances. The market is organized by the Revelstoke Local Food Initiative and there is an emphasis on local and organic produce and prepared foods, including baking, meats, sauces and more. There’s a lot of community buy-in: it’s a place to see and be seen on the Revelstoke scene. It’s known as one of the great small-town farmers markets in B.C. and it’s a must if you’re visiting for the weekend. Recommended.
Take Out Family Craft Day @ Revelstoke Library
May 21 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Take Out Family Craft Day @ Revelstoke Library
Drop by the library the first Saturday of every month to pick up everything you need for a family crafting afternoon.