There will be celebration stations with snacks and beverages from 6:45am-9am Monday to Friday at Grizzly Plaza. There will be an additional celebration station at Queen Victoria Hospital on Monday, May 25.
4 workshops 2 hours each Movement has always been sacred to me. I have danced my whole life, whether it’s been grooving to a good song, taking dance classes or flowing through a vinyasa, my body can’t get enough. Through movement, I feel as though I’m communing with the Divine. I took my first vinyasa class in 2000 at Jivamukti Yoga Center. I had a feeling of arriving home. We moved through postures seamlessly with an emphasis of breath-body connection. The class gave me what the dance world didn’t, an emphasis on the internal journey.I received my 200 hour Vinyasa Certification with Lauren Hanna at Sonic Yoga NYC in 2003. I met Shiva Rea shortly thereafter and again, felt as though I had come home. Shiva had created a language for the kind of movement I’ve been doing my whole life. She, too, understood the idea of fluidity. Our bodies yearn to move like water and when we do, our bodies hum with excitement. I’ve completed my 300 hour Prana Flow Certification with Shiva. 4 individual workshops Friday-Sunday Investment $30 per session or $105 for all 4
5 – 7 PM at The Royal Canadian Legion. An informal drop-in social for business owners and managers to network on the last Thursday of every month. Cash Bar.
All abilities welcome, it’s a ride to get everyone together. If the fast guys show up, we ride fast! (I think it’s fast, but I’m slow). Beginners show up, we ride where they can at their pace. Come one, come all. Memberships available at Infinite!!
Meet fellow mountain bikers at the Revelstoke Community Centre for a social ride and pints at The River City Pub.
6:30 to 7:15 PM for kids 5 and under. Another fun event during Screen Smart week. Stories, music, lots of action…and all in your PJ’s!!
Shows are 28th, 29th and 30th May @ 7.30pm and 31st May @ 2pm. Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Tickets available at Big Mountain Kitchen and Linen Store on McKenzie or at the door. $5 Youth/Students & $10 adults. This is a youth production where participants are mentored in all aspects of theatre production.
There is so much variety and so many options for fruit trees. Which ones are best for Revelstoke, and how do you plant to ensure they thrive? Join Gaila Hemphill at the Visual Arts Community Garden as she talks about plant selection & placement, formative pruning and proper planting technique. Bring gloves because we are going to get your hands dirt by putting your knowledge into practice. The community garden fruit trees will be arriving that day and they need to get into the ground. No registration is necessary. Suggested donation of $5 – $10.