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!
John Jenkins’ Smalltown Revival are back! Not to be missed.
Rooted in the heart of smalltown life and based in Golden B.C. John Jenkins’ Smalltown Revival, a Two-Man Trio Show, with John Jenkins on vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica, kick drum, foot snare and hi – hat , and Jackson Baker on bass and vocals. Two guys, close your eyes it’s a band. Roots, Rock, Blues, Funk, Folk … SMALLTOWN REVIVAL
RMR will be hosting this event is part of the BC Interior Cyclocross Series.
Monday is Wing Night at the Rockford!
35 cent wings
Sriracha, 5-spice, Salt & Lemon Pepper, Chinese Fire Drill & Sweet Thai Chili
The Community Theatre Project is a theatrical exploration of topics associated with the current refugee crisis, immigration and how a community deals with inclusion of new residents.
No previous experience necessary, please come and share a story.
For youth aged 12 and up. Youth under 12 please be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Visit http://www.flyingarrowproductions.ca for more information or e-mail email@example.com.
Enjoy cheap wings night, every Monday at the Rockford Wok Bar and Grill!
Wings are 35 cents ($3.50 per order of 10), dine-in only. Choose from a variety of flavours: Sriracha, five-spice, salt and lemon pepper, Chinese fire drill and sweet thai chili.
Improve your speaking and leadership skills with Toastmasters and make friends within the Revelstoke community.
At Toastmasters meetings you will give speeches, gain feedback, learn how to lead teams and guide others to achieve their goals in a supportive atmosphere.
Every Toastmasters journey begins with a single speech. During their journey, they learn to tell their stories. They listen and answer. They plan and lead. They give feedback—and accept it. Through our community of learners, they find their path to leadership.
Every Monday night at the Revelstoke Library from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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
Oct. 26: 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
Director: Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami
Country: Iran, Germany, Switzerland Languages: English, Farsi
If 18-year old Sonita had a say in things, Michael Jackson would be her father and Rihanna her mother. She captures her dream of being a famous rapper in her scrapbook. For the time being, her only fans are the other teenage girls in a Tehran shelter. There, Sonita, a refugee from Afghanistan, gets counseling for the traumas she has suffered and guidance in shaping her future. Her family has a very different future planned for her: as a bride she’s worth $9,000. What’s more, women aren’t allowed to sing in Iran. How can Sonita still succeed in making her dreams come true?
Director Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami ends up personally involved in answering that question, reigniting the discussion as to how documentary makers should relate to their subjects. This is just one of the many unexpected twists in an exciting journey replete with the setbacks and successes of a young women looking for her own path. The film’s core consists of Sonita artistically arguing against the disastrous forced marriage practices that obstruct her freedom in an impressive, dramatic rap video. – IDFA Catalogue
Revelstoke Multicultural Society & Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre present Movies in the Mountains, the best multicultural films from the Toronto International Film Festival on the fourth Wednesday of every month.
The Last Drop welcomes all jammers and singers. Come out and join in with a friendly relaxed atmosphere from 10 p.m.