Nov
10
Sat
The Essential Breath Workshop @ Balu Yoga & Wellness
Nov 10 @ 12:00 pm

Did you know that breathing impacts your whole body? It affects not only the lungs and the heart, but also the digestive system and muscles. It has an influence on how you sleep, your energy levels, and your ability to concentrate and relax.

When we are able to improve and refine our breathing, we will feel the positive effects throughout our whole being!
If you have chronic pain, anxiety, digestive issues or difficulty breathing, join Kerri for this mini-workshop on breath!

We will open the body with slow and supported movement, allowing it to breathe more freely. Using gentle and guided inquiries, we will explore our breath and learn techniques for proper and effective breathing with plenty of time to relax and unwind.

No experience is necessary!

Kerri’s Bio:
Kerri teaches classes which help the student create a sense of balance between body, mind and spirit.
Learning to cultivate a sense of self awareness and gratitude on your mat, one can begin to integrate these principles into everyday life. Her classes will help you find strength and stability, while allowing time to relax and unwind. Encouragement to maintain a slow and steady breath combined with a playful approach will help one to practice with ease.
Kerri is a graduate of the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training from Shanti Yoga in Nelson, BC, which focused on alignment and breath. She is also a Level 1 Bradcliff Practitioner, offering one-on-one breath coaching sessions. Kerri is a proud member of the Nourish Clinic team, providing massage and reflexology sessions to her community of Golden.

Sat. Nov 10 | 12:00 – 2:30 pm | $39

Book your spot online at baluyoga.com or stop by the studio at 414 First St. W in Revelstoke! 

Refund Policy: Refund of 100% is available up to 3 weeks prior to training. Refund of 75 % is available up to 2 weeks prior to training. Less the 2 weeks (14 days) no refund available.

Weekly Meat Draw @ Revelstoke Legion
Nov 10 @ 3:00 pm

Come join us today at the Legion for our weekly meat draw!! 

-Meat draw tickets 3 for $1 with 4 draws and 3 chances to win each draw 

-$15 jugs 
-$4.50 bottled beer 
-50/50 tickets $1 each 
-Mystery Draw & Early bird draw

 
We are open 1pm-7pm+
Early bird draw at 3:30 pm 

So bring your friends and come down for a fun afternoon. Everyone is welcome and there are plenty of chances to win!!! 

We are located in the big blue building on 1st street beside Rays Butcher and La Baguette

Revelstoke Mountain Movie Festival @ Revelstoke Trading Post
Nov 10 @ 5:00 pm

The Revelstoke Mountain Movie Festival is a compilation of ski, snowboard and sled films that showcase the best riders in their sports. Each night offers films, speakers, exhibitors and local industry experts from each discipline. 

Everyone is welcome to attend and the goal is to connect those passionate about skiing, snowboarding and sledding with other members of the community to get stoked on the upcoming season!

This is an all-ages event and is licensed with a food truck. The event runs from 5-9pm each evening. 

The ‘ski-night’ will be Friday November 9. 
The ‘snowboard-night’ will be Saturday November 10
The ‘sled-night’ will be Sunday November 11

Stay tuned for more details on which videos will be playing and a list of the guest speakers.

Taste of Terroir @ McKinnon Hall
Nov 10 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Second Annual Taste of Terroir

Lovers of food and wine — this one is just for you.
6 courses of delicious food, perfectly paired wine, and unique and interactive lessons from Marcus Ansems – one of 6 Masters of Wine in Canada, and a second generation winemaker.

A rooftop reception with canapés and sparkling shiraz, followed by a 5 course dinner with 5 special pairings from Daydreamer Wines in the grand McKinnon Hall.

Marcus will be talking about how soil, climate, wild fermentation, sustainable farming, and terrain affect the taste of the wine you drink, and what has made Daydreamer such a unique winery known for their small-batch, balanced, organic wines.

Truly not an event to miss — head over to our events page, learn more, and call us to book your tickets today!
http://bit.ly/TasteOfTerroir2018Tickets: http://bit.ly/TasteOfTerroir2018.

Taste of Terroir Wine Dinner @ Quartermaster Eatery
Nov 10 @ 6:00 pm

Join us for our second annual Taste of Terroir Wine Dinner! 
It promises to be a very special interactive and educational wine evening hosted by Marcus Ansems, 1 of only 6 Masters of Wine in Canada, and a second generation winemaker. 

Reception begins with your first course in the Explorers Society Hotel roof lounge with a sparkling Shiraz (yes you heard that right!) & canapés. Enjoy another 5 courses from Quartermaster chef Olivier Dutil at long tables in McKinnon Hall. Courses are paired with 6 small batch, premium award winning wines from Daydreamer Wines. Marcus will be speaking about how wild fermentation, sustainable farming, climate, soils, and aspect (terrain) affect the taste of the wine. Don’t miss this great opportunity! 

Call (250) 814-2565 to purchase your tickets.

Tickets are $110 ea plus tax/tip payable at purchase at the Explorers Society Hotel front desk, or Quartermaster Eatery, or by phone 250-814-256. Tickets are limited, and we cannot place holds on them without payment. 

Make a full experience of it and add an Explorers Society Hotel standard room and breakfast the following morning for a promotional price of $129 plus tax, offer only available by phone and until Nov 4th, once booked, rate is non-refundable. 
www.explorers-society.com/rooms

Schedule
6:00 – Reception in the Explorers Society Hotel lounge
6:45 – Dinner in McKinnon Hall
Note: the evening will begin promptly at 6 and 6:45, so don’t be late! 

PLEASE NOTE: Allergies or dietary restrictions MUST be indicated when purchasing tickets. We cannot guarantee late requests. 

Daydreamer Wines
A small, family-owned winery in Naramata. Winemaker and co-owner Marcus Ansems makes fine wine in small batches with organic grapes. Since 2013, Daydreamer Wines have been well known for being unique, balanced and delicious. Marcus first got his hands dirty in wine as a teenager by helping out at his uncle’s winery in Victoria, Australia. Marcus is Canada’s fifth Master of Wine, of which there are just over 300 in the world.
To learn about this Daydreamer and see the wine selection watch this quick video at the link below!
http://bit.ly/DaydreamerWines

Candlelight Vigil in Solidarity @ Grizzly Plaza
Nov 10 @ 7:00 pm

Candlelight vigil in solidarity for the shooting victims and their families at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, and all those who are victims of anti-semitism

Montreal Guitar Trio @ Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre
Nov 10 @ 7:30 pm

Described by the CBC as the “hottest” guitar ensemble in Canada, MG3 has established itself as a force to be reckoned with. For over 20 years, the trio’s virtuosity, rigour, creativity and impressive stage presence have been winning over audiences around the world. The trio, composed of guitarists Sébastien Dufour, Glenn Lévesque and Marc Morin, has given hundreds of concerts in some of the most prestigious venues across North America, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. 

Their music is diverse and incorporates influences from around the world. One moment their music may be in the rock style, then it can go from folk to reggae to samba from Brazil. It’s the buzz and energy that makes it a brand new style.

“Simply stunning artistry with a flair for determining songs that play out well on a variety of levels in a live concert.” – Dan St.YvesCalgary Herald

Purchase Tickets
1) Online from the link below
2) Visitors Centre, 301 Victoria Rd, Revelstoke after Sept 21st
3) At the door

Online ticket link: http://www.revelstoketheatretickets.com/product/montreal-guitar-trio

Young Howler + Underside Pattern @ The Last Drop
Nov 10 @ 10:00 pm

Tour Guide Tour
Young Howler / Underside Pattern
Doors 9:00pm
Show Starts 10:00pm

Young Howler || https://www.younghowler.com/
Young Howler is an Alternative Rock quartet from Red Deer, Alberta. Composed from past graduates of the Red Deer College Music Program; Zach, Danson, Colin and Craig set out to bring catchy tunes to anyone in an earshot. Their music draws from elements of groove and funk with pop driven melodies and harmonies and is sure to pull you to the dance floor.

Underside Pattern || https://undersidepattern.com/
Time Travellers from the 70s. It’s undeniable that Underside Pattern takes you on a trip to the past with their music. The band consists of Colin Langstraat, Jonah Falk, and brothers, Craig and Corey Gomez. They appeal to every generation with their use of infectious melodies and harmonies reminiscent of The Beatles and The Beach Boys.

Union Duke at River City Pub @ River City Pub
Nov 10 @ 10:30 pm

Union Duke is a Toronto folk quintet with an explosive live show. Bridging soulful indie rock with bluegrass and country, the group belts out soaring harmonies with three, four and even five voices. The songs are irresistible, the perfect fit for the heatwave of the dance hall or the cool breeze of the park. These five guys have been making a commotion in one way or another since they were kids, and years of making music together have brought them to this: a heartbreak of twang and a bootshake of rock and roll. Union Duke is two fifths city, two fifths country, and one fifth whiskey.

For their third record, Golden Days, Union Duke recorded live off the floor to capture the raw, joyful energy of their concerts. Then they brought in Grammy award-winning mix engineer Mark Lawson (Arcade Fire, Basia Bulat, Timbre Timber) to bring the mixes to life. Golden Days will take you back to your warmest memories: nights by the lake, passing a bottle around the fire, or singing with your friends at the top of your lungs. It also looks forward, reaching for those long, lazy summer days that will keep you going through the winter. It’s a record of pain and struggle, lessons learned – and of laughter between friends, tenderness between lovers. One minute you’re following banjo music rambling down a country lane. The next minute you feel the pulse and pound of the amplifiers.

The band works hard, travelling back and forth across the country playing to fans young and old from coast to coast. They’ve played sold out shows where crowds know all the words. They’ve performed at countless festivals including TURF, Mariposa, and Summerfolk, topping the list of must-see acts. Their enthusiasm is infectious, and they leave every audience smiling – maybe the golden days aren’t so distant after all.

Nov
11
Sun
Remembrance Day Parade @ Revelstoke Cenotaph
Nov 11 @ 10:30 am

Parade forms up at 10:40 on Main Street for the march down to the Cenotaph on First Street (Across from the Legion). After the ceremony, everyone is invited to the Branch to warm up and have some refreshments.