Ten of Revelstoke’s most beloved eateries square off in the ultimate burger showdown! People’s Choice voting will determine our category winners, including Best Presentation, Most Original, Best Use of Local Ingredients, and Overall Awesomeness. Huge thanks to our feature sponsor Mackenzie Village and our category sponsors Cronometer, Tree Construction, Revelstoke Adventure Park, Revelstoke Credit Union!A portion of every burger sale and all of our generous sponsorship dollars are going to support the Okanagan Regional Library Revelstoke TechLab Expansion!Try some mad chef creations at:The Taco ClubThe Village IdiotThe Big Eddy PubRivercity PUB & Patio RevelstokeOld School EateryQuartermaster EateryChubby Funsters Kitchen and cocktailsBig Bend Cafe – RevelstokeDOSE CoffeeCraft Bierhaus
Zalas Restaurant Also a big shout out to our supporting sponsors, including:Somewon CollectiveRoyal LePage RevelstokeTurbo bambi DesignRevelstoke Mountain ResortRockford Grill RevelstokeRevelstoke Trading PostRevelstoke ReviewSysco Kelowna
Small-town journalism continues to decline due to changes in journalism business models. Will it survive and can it thrive? Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine journalist Aaron Orlando with host this participation-focused workshop for people interested in finding solutions and getting involved shaping post-corporate news and journalism business models in Revelstoke.
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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.
Revelstoke Museum & Archives hosts a weekly craft club every Friday at noon, upstairs at the Museum. Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, beading, colouring, sketching, or any other craft and join us for an hour or so. Enjoy coffee or tea while crafting and visiting with the other crafters. Children are welcome to come with their parents – a children’s play area is available in the program room.
A quality gin is created when the best botanics are combined to form something truly special. In this experience, learn more about those botanics and how they combine to create different flavours and effects.
Taste samples of the house gin & vodka
Tour Jones Distilling
Enjoy a world-class gin & tonic cocktail
Experience an introduction to the over 40+ botanicals used to make gin
Create a souvenir botanical bottle to take home
Experience a truly unique gin experience at a local distillery based in Revelstoke’s Historic Mountain View School.
This event starts with a perfect gin & tonic as we ease you into the world of gin, starting with its dark origins and ending with the creation of your very own gin.
Tour and peruse the craft distillery and learn about the distilling process
Trace gin’s dark origins and its journey to being the top tipple it is today
Taste samples of premium spirits made locally in Revelstoke
Learn about the art of botanics, explore their flavours and how they marry to create gin
Enjoy a few premium G&T’s along the way and leave a titan of taste and a purveyor of the perfect gin & tonic
Create your own bottle of gin to take home with you
Peer through a telescope with the help of an astronomy enthusiast! This event will take place at Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk, 20 minutes east of Revelstoke on Highway 1.The event will be on October 4 if skies are clear, otherwise we will try for October 5, 18 or 19.—Regardez à travers un téléscope en compagnie d’un amateur en astronomie ! Au sentier du Chou-Puant, 20 min à l’est de Revelstoke sur l’autoroute 1.L’événement aura lieu le 4 octobre si le ciel est dégagé. Sinon, nous tenterons le 5, le 18 ou le 19 octobre.
Take a walk through the woods with this exclusive Dinner Event at the Kingfisher Restaurant at Halcyon Hot Springson Friday October 18 / 2019.
Fall is in the air and it is time to celebrate the harvest season in the Kootenays. In order to honor Nature’s palette, this tasting menu features locally sourced ingredients, such as local wild Chanterelle, Lobster and Pine Mushrooms. Visit halcyon-hotsprings.com/fall-harvest/ to see the full menu.
Reserve one of only 16 seats at the Fall Harvest Table and join us for a fantastic tasting menu by Chef Nick Allan and his culinary team, with or without wine pairings by Sommelier Aidan McLaren-Caux.5 courses for $60* without wine pairings, $95* with wine pairingsCall 1-888-689-4699 for reservations and secure your seat at the Fall Harvest Table.
*subject to applicable taxes & gratuitiesTickets: http://halcyon-hotsprings.com/fall-harvest/.
Come on out and support your legion, with a great night of Karaoke and a Burger (cooked right in front of you) and a nice cold Beer 10$
Join us for an evening about our fight for the future of wild fish.
We’ll be screening two new documentaries: Artifishal and Heart of the Fraser.
Proceeds will be supporting Watershed Watch Salmon Society, a science-based charity working to defend and rebuild BC’s wild salmon and their habitat.
Doors open at 6:30pm, and films start at 7pm
At the Performing Arts Centre, Revelstoke
Entry is free / by-donation
ABOUT THE FILMS
Artifishal is Patagonia’s new film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
The Defend the Heart of the Fraser documentary calls attention to the continuing destruction of an environmentally sensitive and culturally-rich ecosystem of the lower Fraser River.
Watershed Watch Salmon Society
We would like to acknowledge that this gathering will take place on the unceded, traditional, ancestral, and occupied homelands of the Syilx tmixʷ (Okanagan), sngaytskstx tum-ula7xw (Sinixt), Secwépemc (Secwépemcúl’ecw), and Ktunaxa peoples.