Hillbilly Punk n’ Roll! Prophesied in Revelations 13:81 ‘I felt the earth shake and heard thunder from the west. Darkness on man receded. All living things felt, learned and understood. I’ve seen the future of Rock’
Get stoked for the 2019 RCA Downhill Fiver Series, brought to you by Flowt Bikes & Skis!
All you need to race is $5 and your 2019 RCA Membership!
NT Live is a program of the National Theatre of England that broadcasts select theatrical performances live around the world. Since 2016 Revelstoke Theatre Company has been proud to bring these performances to the community.
Since our group’s purpose and focus is the production of theatre it may seem odd that we are screening another company’s productions. The reason for this is based on our commitment to educating
the general public about all things theatrical. Each screening is accompanied by a brief educational
introduction and a follow-up audience discussion about the performance. The educational aspect for ‘Allelujah‘ will be led by Anita Hallewas. Anita is currently working on her doctorate degree in the
field of applied theatre.
In order to reduce the cost to our audience members we have selected performances from the NT Live Encore Series. These are performances that have been recorded and archived and made available within a limited time frame.
We welcome you to this aspect of our programming and hope you enjoy your experience.
Sunday, May 26th – Tickets for this presentation of Fiddlin’ Around may be purchased (CASH ONLY) at the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre (301 Victoria Rd. W.) or by calling 250-837-5345. VISA or MasterCard purchases can be made by calling the Scott Woods Band Officetoll free at 1-855-726-8896. Tickets are $30 for adults/seniors, $15 for children ages 6-12, and children 5 & under get in free. Doors will open approximately one hour prior to show time.
Join Scott Woods and his talented band for this uplifting 2-hour live family-friendly show, featuring lots of fun fiddle tunes in the style of Don Messer, Graham Townsend and Al Cherny, as well as Traditional Country and Gospel songs that reflect the music and values of the past. Scottwill keep you entertained with his keen wit, his prowess on the fiddle, and of course his trick fiddling. Enjoy impressive guitar solos by ‘The Telecaster Master’ Steve Piticco, and smooth vocals and yodelling by Naomi Bristow, ‘Canada’s Yodelin’ Cowgirl. 14-year old Leo Stock, also known as ‘Spaghetti Legs” will demonstrate sensational step dancing, and Scott’s sister Kendra Woods Norris adds sweet harmonies, and levity to every show.
Come out for a fun interactive night practicing public speaking and effective communication. Great for business professionals, educators and people who like to use ‘words’ to communicate 😉 There are specific education streams you can use to enhance your communication. Perhaps injecting humour into your speaking or learning how to inspire those around you. If you ever find yourself in a spot where you have to present information to colleagues or the public, this is the place for you!
Globally to date we’ve held 8402 Death Cafes. These never involve agendas, advertising or set conclusions. Interesting conversations are guaranteed!
Meet up at the Revelstoke Timmies/Shell at 6pm on any street legal motorcycle.
We’ll go for a ride possibly up to 2 hours, based on the riders preference, weather and bikes. If we get large enough, we could potentially split up the dual-sports and street bikes.
Afterwards, meet up on a patio, perhaps Burger Night at the Quartermaster or Wings at the Rockford.
Our weekly rides start NEXT TUESDAY April 16. Meet at the community centre at 6pm, ready to ride.
A few reminders, as we start the bike season:
-Bring a tube, tools, & whatever you need to be ready to fix something mid-ride. Be prepared!
-Remember your group ride etiquette. Let faster riders go in front of you, let someone know if you want to pass, leave space between riders, watch for forks in the trail (don’t let the babe behind you down), check in with others, and generally don’t be a dick.
-You don’t need to be the best! Just show up. We are a friendly group.
-We will have a ride planned out in advance and will always (99% of the time) ride to the trail head.
-We go out for food & beers after the ride, so keep that in mind! Usually we stop at the Big Eddy Pub.
Meet with the Revy Riders Dirtbike Club every Tuesday night at 6pm!