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.

CRED Talk: Why Invasives Matter – to all of us
Nov 21 @ 12:15 pm

Presenter: Sue Davies, Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society, Program Coordinator.

Invasive species invade. Their invasion into new territory often creates negative impacts on the environment and those who live in it. So why should you care about invasives? Invasives can destroy habitat for native flora and fauna, but they can also damage our economy, disrupt tourism and recreation, and send our energy and utility costs soaring. Reducing the spread of invasives is in all of our best interests, and if we take some simple steps, we can often prevent the spread of these harmful invaders.

More info and list of other talks in the series:

Financial Literacy Workshop, an Introduction to Basic Budgeting @ Revelstoke Library
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A free financial literacy workshop where you can improve your ability to make good decisions about your money. You will learn what a budget is and why you should create one, some tips to help you reach your financial goals and a few ideas to help you adjust your spending.Tickets:

Knitting Club @ Revelstoke Library
Nov 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Get out of the house and get motivated to complete that project!  Tea and company awaits you in the library. There is always lots of laughter, great advice, and a bit of gossip!

Revelstoke Community Band rehearsal @ Columbia Park Elementary School Band Room
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Revelstoke Community Band meets every Tuesday evening for band rehearsals from 7–9 p.m. at Columbia Park Elementary School Band Room. New members are always welcome. Bring your instrument and desire to play music in a relaxed and fun setting.

Brown Bag History @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Nov 22 @ 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm

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

Working Holidays @ Revelstoke Library
Nov 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A great way to travel for extended periods of time and on a limited budget is to take a “working holiday” Hear all about Catherine Tracy’s working holiday as she traveled for 11 months through the U.S., Thailand, and Australia. Her beautiful photos and great advice is sure to inspire you!

Open Mic Night – The Last Drop @ The Last Drop Pub
Nov 22 @ 10:00 pm – Nov 23 @ 1:00 am

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The Last Drop welcomes all jammers and singers. Come out and join in with a friendly relaxed atmosphere from 10 p.m.

Welcome Week – Connecting Newcomers and the Community @ All around town
Nov 24 – Dec 1 all-day

6th annual! A whole week of free or low cost events coupled with a spirit of celebration, showcasing facilities and services. Come on down to the Volunteer Fair & Community Dinner, don’t miss the big Staying Alive snow safety event, and check out the Lucas Myers’ shows at the Performing Arts Centre. In November, look for event brochures and posters around town.

Craft Club @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Nov 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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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.

Tech Meetup – New Venture Funding @ Mountain CoLab
Nov 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Dylan Hardy brings a wealth of entrepreneurial and investing experience to November’s Tech Meetup addressing the seven questions entrepreneurs should ask before raising money.

-What is the typical startup journey?
-What stage is my venture at?
-When is outside funding most helpful?
-What are the different options to fund my venture?
-What questions should I ask myself before taking on ‘outside’ money?
-What does an investor/lender look for?
-How does a “deal” happen? What does it look like?
-Where do things go wrong? How can an owner keep them on track?

Community Futures and Revelstoke Credit Union will be taking part to answer your questions about local funding options for startups.

Make the most of the insights available from these experts at this friendly, social and accessible forum for technologists, entrepreneurs, and anyone interested in starting a business.

Who is Dylan Hardy?

A recent arrival to Revelstoke, Dylan founded Victor Avenue Capital to partner with entrepreneurs who are focused on improving healthcare using technology or innovative delivery models. Victor Avenue provides capital and advice to support founders in growing their business.