Tuesday, September 21, 2021
'It’s easy to avoid feeling, but only until it’s no longer easy to avoid it.'
Columbia Basin Trust releases its annual report; register for online AGM to learn more
A collaborative LUNA art project explores challenging issues in a historic Revelstoke murder.
Almost election eve whistle-stop visit to Kootenay-Columbia riding by NDP leader Jagmeet Singh shows the NDP feels they have a shot in Kootenay-Columbia.
City of Revelstoke announces new Chief Administrative Officer.
Pho lovers rejoice: Sincero Cafe is opening on Sept. 24, finally filling the demand for a Vietnamese restaurant in Revelstoke.
'[We]'ve stalled so long that much of the heating is already locked in and won’t reverse for decades, which, as the report states, will be too late for many children.'
Donation from fundraiser at Kawakubo Restaurant snowballs into new mobile ventilation machine for Queen Victoria Hospital.
'Your ability to forgive yourself is the medicine we all need for the future. If we earnestly request our own forgiveness, we may be able to lift up our communities as the supportive, gentle and open-minded people that our world desperately needs.'
Statue of world champion ski jumper Isabel Coursier proposed as part of overhaul renovation of Grizzly Plaza.
Railway museum plans to complete installation of four new fast chargers by end of 2021.


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RVAC September exhibition @ Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre
Sep 2 @ 10:00 am – Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm
RVAC September exhibition @ Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre
This September promises to provide something for everyone with a beautifully eclectic mix of mediums and themes from three different artists. Painter and Muralist Jessa Gilbert will be transforming the main gallery while Sandra Flood and Meagan Oxford fill the side galleries with both classical painting and surreal art. We have free kids activity booklets and artist interviews at the gallery to keep even the smallest of your family entertained. For those that have grown out of activity books this exhibition explores a variety of themes. Jessa Gilbert will be focusing on the interconnectedness of all things. Sandra flood explores the physicality and discipline of ballet dancers, and Meagan Oxford will be using her psychedelic art to explore the relationship between the human psyche and nature. This exhibition will be sure to fly by, make sure you don’t miss out! Join us 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. September 2–October 1 2021
Sep 21 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

Royal Lepage Revelstoke and the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter are teaming up to raise funds for the Women’s Shelter by organizing a large garage sale on 2nd street. Come check out the goods and walk away with some great bargains! All proceeds will go to the Revelstoke Women’s Shelter.

Event details:

When: Saturday, May 11th, 2019, from 8:30am – 1pm
Where: Second Street – from Mackenzie Avenue to the laneway just past Dose Coffee Shop.


20% of House Rolls and Vegetarian Rolls $8 or less
Sep 21 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We are bringing back our 20% off house rolls and vegetarian rolls $8 or less every Tuesday until June 30th.  Dinner only 5pm – 9pm. 

*Dine in only

**Please be advised that if any mods are requested, there will be an upcharge and the upcharge will not be discounted.  

Flameworking 101 Workshop
Sep 21 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Are you interested in working with hot glass? Come try working hands on with our torches, to create your very own glass beads (approx. 4 – 6 beads.) This two hour workshop will teach you the introductory steps to flame working: introduction to the torch, stringers, single colour glass beads on the mandrel, introduction and incorporation of tools and multi coloured beads on the mandrel.