Move forward and find new passions in your community.
These events are curated for suitability. We recommend them as a great way to meet new people, explore new interests and activities, and engage positively with others in a supportive environment.
THURSDAYS 2-5PM AT THE ROCKFORD WOK | BAR | GRILL January 2 | DJ SpandaJanuary 9 | DJ DexavilleJanuary 16| DJ DexavilleJanuary 23 | DJ SpandaJanuary 30 | Chuck the DJ
Weekly on Thursdays!Active games for young adults (16 and over) like dodgeball, spikeball, ping pong, skateboarding and more! Come in active wear prepared to sweat and have fun!
Charlie Butler is more than a triple threat!He has that rare IT factor that naturally compliments any event or gathering. Whether it’s the deep grooves of his guitar, the grace of his bass pedals, the rich baritones of his vocal mastery, or his elegant style as an emcee, Charlie is second-to-none as a musical artist, an A-list entertainer and a first-class motivator.Charlie delivers his talents and experience in an explosive, high-energy package or in a more relaxed, laid-back atmosphere and we are so excited to welcome him to the 112 lounge.
Stop by and enjoy our new Winter Menu, a stunning cocktail from our new cocktail menu, and an evening full of soothing sounds from the ever so talented Charlie Butler. No reservations necessary but if you’d like you can do so at http://www.112restaurant.ca
Happy New Year Everyone! The Jazz Club is back and excited to present the Carl Laurence Quartet in our first show of the new year. Carl is well known to Jazz Club audiences as a member of The Groovineers and Half Nelson, but this will be his debut performance as a vocalist. He will be accompanied by local musicians Dave Marfleet, bass, and Bob Rogers, trombone, as well as Salmon Arm guitarist Jordan Dick. Carl and the band will be playing an eclectic repertoire of songs, ranging from Sinatra to Radiohead to Michael Buble to the Steve Miller Band. With a range like that there’s guaranteed to be something for everyone, so we look forward to seeing you there!
10$ buy in, maximum 18 people.Sign in at 8:30 start at 9/9:30 1st place gets the pot!All entries get a prize.
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.
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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.
Come meet and greet our Practitioners and Friends and experience what the Feel Good Collective is offering! For the 24th and 25th from 12-4pm we will have 33% off all Gemstones, as well as offering mini treatments from our practitioners. Keep posted to our Facebook page to find out who’s offering what, when. With Love and Gratitude, we celebrate an other year in Business!
Whether you are rippin’ it up or shuffling along, getting outside with friends makes the winter way more enjoyable. Join a crew of like minded seniors Friday January 24th at 1pm. Pair up, group up or quietly go out on your own for a ski. Then return to the lodge for some tea and baked goods between 1:30-3:00.Carpooling: If you are looking for a ride or keen to be a driver e-mail Bridget at [email protected]
Whether you are rippin’ it up or shuffling along, getting outside with friends makes the winter way more enjoyable.
Join a crew of like minded seniors Friday, January 24 at 1 .pm. Pair up, group up or quietly go out on your own for a ski. Then return to the lodge for some tea and baked goods between 1:30-3 p.m.
Carpooling: If you are looking for a ride or keen to be a driver e-mail Bridget at [email protected]