Have you ever consider being an entrepreneur but have hesitated about taking the next steps? This session will provide you with all of the critical considerations before making the leap.
Find out about:
• different company structures like co-ops, for profits, incorporated, proprietorship etc.;
• current successful trends in business start-ups (what’s hot what’s not);
• personality and lifestyle – do you have what it takes?;
• steps to launch a plan;
• support organizations, funding… and much more.
This two-hour intensive program will walk you through all the critical consideration and link you to more resources in each topic area if you need more information.
Please preregister two business days prior to the workshop to secure a spot and to avoid cancellation.
The Basin Business Advisors offer workshops for social enterprises and small business in the Basin region. The program also has 4 business advisors who can support both social enterprises (non profits planning on or currently earning revenues) and for profit businesses in improving business operations and bottom line. All advisement services are confidential and free of charge. Visit www.bbaprogram.ca
Join us every other Wednesday (or as scheduled) for a talk on local history. Bring your bagged lunch. Coffee and cookies are provided
Sept. 28: All the News that’s Fit to Print – Revelstoke newspapers
Oct. 12: Hamber Provincial Park – Guest speaker Ben Bradley
Sunday Oct. 16: Votes for Women – Suffrage in Revelstoke
Nov. 9:Rogers Pass and Major A.B. Rogers
Nov. 23: Ferguson, B.C. – Ghost town in Lardeau
Dec. 7: Connaught Tunnel – 100th Anniversary
Dec. 14: Brown Bag History Christmas Party
The Last Drop welcomes all jammers and singers. Come out and join in with a friendly relaxed atmosphere from 10 p.m.
Meet fellow mountain bikers at the Revelstoke Community Centre for a social ride and pints at The River City Pub.
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.
The Revelstoke Cycling Association hosts a series of cross country mountain bike races at various locations on the Mount Macpherson trail complex.
Check the RCA website for more details: http://bikerevelstoke.org/enter/?page_id=4106
With influences ranging from Wayne Shorter to J Dilla to Levon Helm, The Worst Pop Band Ever is a Toronto based quintet celebrating its 10th anniversary of blending and twisting jazz improvisation with various genres of music. Sharing stages with everyone from the Shuffle Demons to Ernie Watts to Blue Rodeo, the band features both Juno (Canadian Grammy’s) winners AND losers. Chris Gale (sax), Adrean Farrugia (keys), Michael Herring (bass), LEO37 (turntables) and Tim Shia (drums) are touring their latest album, “Blackout” about the great Northeastern Blackout of 2003.
Revelstoke Jazz Club presents The Worst Pop Band Ever a group from Toronto.
About: With influences ranging from Wayne Shorter to Levon Helm to J Dilla, this Toronto based group tries to combine a love of jazz and indie pop.
Whether it be blending acoustic bass with turntables or analog synths with the saxophone, the WPBE sets out to twist & bend both originals and covers, straddling genres and butting heads with expectation. The ugly lovechild of Miles Davis & Radiohead.
Craft circle at Judy’s Designs is open to everyone! Join this social group and increase your stitching skills. Free coffee provided. Every Saturday except for long weekends.
Sock-it-to-me: From 10:30 a.m. to noon
Bring your current project that relates to hands or feet.
Anything goes: noon to 3:20 p.m.
Bring your current project that has to do with a needle and threat. Could be crochet, embroidery, cross stitch — any of the fibre arts!
Saturday October 1 @11:00AM-8:00PM
EDIBLE MUSHROOMS 101 The Hunting & Gathering Guru series presents a full day of mushroom education covering all the basics of wild edibles – from foraging, cleaning and storage, to cooking. Edible mushroom experts Doug Airey, Lee de Bruin and Pamela de Bruin will be leading the foraging trip and Lee will primarily cover the cooking portion. Location TBD.
$10 for non-members, $5 for NCES members for either foraging OR cooking workshop (or $15/$8 for the full day).
To register, contact the project coordinator Anna Maria Stone firstname.lastname@example.org.