Engineering & Geoscience: Shaping our Future
Presented by Engineers & Geoscientists of BC and local professional engineer, Robyn Thomas.
In celebration of Science Literacy Week, join us at the library for an hour of career exploration and creativity! You will make:
- Edible Rock Cycle
- Marshmallow Houses
- Popsicle Stick Catapult
You must register for this program online http://orl.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=12506&lib=1019&backTo=Calendar&startDate=2017/09/14 or by calling the library at 250-837-5095. The program is limited to 20 participants in the grade 4/5 age range.
Sync the Revelstoke Mountaineer calendar to your mobile device to keep on top of Revelstoke events. Find us at http://www.revelstokemountaineer.com/calendar
Join the Ladies’ Pedal and Pint Ride, meeting Tuesday nights in the parking lot in front of the Community Centre at 6 p.m. Generally rides will be lead by Robyn, Dana, Catherine, and/or Mindy.
This is a group for ladies to ride bikes together, drink beer, build camaraderie, and have fun. The group is open to all riding abilities and fitness levels. In order to participate in the ride, you must bring a helmet, have a functioning mountain bike and any necessary equipment to fix it out on the trails. If you have any questions or concerns, let one of us know!
Post ride beers will be at The Big Eddy Pub where we get a 15% food discount on food.
We ride rain or shine… but one time we went home early because of an electrical storm.
For early spring and fall rides, please bring a headlamp.
Want to learn how technology can help build your business?
Join us for a free lunch and presentation on business technology, and how it has revolutionized the way companies conduct business.
Larry Vanderveen, Senior Broadband Market Strategy Manager – TELUS Broadband Solutions, and Matthew Moor, Principal Consultant, Matthew Moor Consulting will present on how how technology is driving change and opening new avenues for small businesses across British Columbia. Small businesses have a range of new avenues to optimize their operations and level the playing field that was once only the domain of much larger organizations.
Please pre-register for this event with Hayley Johnson email@example.com
Join the Revelstoke Museum & Archives every other Wednesday for a talk on local history from 12:15 to 12:45. Bring your bag lunch. Coffee, tea, and cookies are provided. $5 per person.
Brown Bag History Schedule September to December 2017:
September 13– Stories from the Cemetery
September 27 – Columbia Village and the Development of BC Museums- by Ben Bradley
October 11 – Farming around Revelstoke
October 25 – Lodges and Organizations
November 8 – Revelstoke’s World War II Casualties
November 22 – Canada Jays and Other Echoes From the Ice Age- by John Woods
December 6 – The Great Depression
December 13 – Brown Bag Christmas Party