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.
Everyone is welcome!
‘Church is not an organisation you join; it is a family where you belong, a home where you are loved and a hospital where you find healing.’ – Nicky Gumbel. Everyone welcome, see you there 🙂
Free Latin night with mainly Salsa and an introduction to Salsa dancing!
Facebook event: Revelstoke Latin Night
What better way to start your week than with some hot soup!
Come down to the United Church between 11.30am – 1.00pm for Soup & a Smile and enjoy some hot soup, desserts, and tea and coffee!
Free or by donation.
See you there!
Is your life affected by someone else’s drinking? Al-Anon is a 12-step program for relatives and friends of alcoholics. We meet every Monday night at 7pm at the United Church, corner of Mackenzie Avenue & 3rd Street.
We welcome newcomers to share in our hope, strength and experience!
Contact person: Bonnie, 250-837-1416
More about Al-Anon: https://al-anon.org
Knit, stitch, hook, and knot together!
Enjoy a relaxed evening connecting to other crafters while sharing skills, patterns, projects, and ideas.
All levels of experience welcome – please bring your own supplies.
Rocky Mountain Cadet Corps Revelstoke meets every Tuesday at the Okanagan College from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Open to everyone between 12 – 18 years of age. Come out be part of a team and learn valuable life skills, earn extra school credits and much more! Parents…this won’t cost you anything.
‘Practicing meditation on a regular basis is like wiping the dust from a mirror every day. In a clean mirror you can see yourself clearly. Similarly, in the clean mind the Self is seen.’ Baba Hari Dass
Learn to empty the mind to come back to Self. Through easy and accessible practices known as Sadhana or spiritual practice, you’ll be guided in various Pranayama (breathing techniques), Pratyahara (withdrawing the mind from the senses), Dharana (one-pointedness) and Dhyana (deep concentration) exercises. No experience required and all are welcome.