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Brown Bag History – WWI Internment @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Jan 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Brown Bag History is a series of history talks held every other Wednesday at Revelstoke Museum & Archives. Topic for January 22, 2020: Canada created Internment Camps for Enemy Aliens during World War I, but due to discriminatory practices, the majority of the people interned were civilians from Eastern Europe, particularly the Ukraine. Learn more about the camps, and about the camp that was located in Mount Revelstoke National Park in 1915

Ladies Wine Night @ Revelstoke Legion
Jan 22 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Join the ladies!
$4.75 / glass
Open 3pm – 7pm

Annual General Meeting – Revelstoke Museum & Archives @ Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Jan 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join us for the Annual General Meeting of Revelstoke Museum & Archives Association. All members are eligible to vote. Guests are welcome. Find out what the museum has accomplished in the past year, and hear our plans for 2020. After the meeting, enjoy a glass of wine and delicious appetizers.

Locals’ Night at The Cabin @ The Cabin
Jan 22 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Every Wednesday is Locals’ Night! Enjoy $4 bowling and $15 Jugs, and party with the locals. Get here early to avoid the line!

Live in the 112 Lounge It’s Charlie Butler @ 112 Restaurant & Lounge
Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – Feb 1 @ 9:00 pm

Charlie Butler is more than a triple threat!He has that rare IT factor that naturally compliments any event or gathering. Whether it’s the deep grooves of his guitar, the grace of his bass pedals, the rich baritones of his vocal mastery, or his elegant style as an emcee, Charlie is second-to-none as a musical artist, an A-list entertainer and a first-class motivator.Charlie delivers his talents and experience in an explosive, high-energy package or in a more relaxed, laid-back atmosphere and we are so excited to welcome him to the 112 lounge.
Stop by and enjoy our new Winter Menu, a stunning cocktail from our new cocktail menu, and an evening full of soothing sounds from the ever so talented Charlie Butler. No reservations necessary but if you’d like you can do so at http://www.112restaurant.ca 👈

Writer’s Bloc @ Revelsoke Branch Library
Jan 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Writers who are working on projects are welcome to come and share ideas, give constructive feedback, and be inspired at this weekly get-together.  
Please bring some writing in progress to share with this supportive group of writers!

 
Free Drop in.

Revelstoke Women’s Drop-In Hockey @ Revelstoke Forum
Jan 22 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Ladies – if you are looking for a fun activity to do in the evenings throughout the winter season, look no further. The Kodiak’s are looking for new players to come out and have fun this winter season. We are a drop in league for ladies looking to play a little hockey. This is not a competitive team, we are a drop in team and we welcome all skill levels.
If you are new to hockey and do not have gear, we can provide you with gear so you can try it out.
We play Wednesday evenings from 8:00 – 9:00pm and Fridays 6:30 – 8:00, except when the Grizzlies are playing. $10 drop in and a one time $10 insurance fee.
We are an open group to anyone interested in playing Women’s Hockey in Revelstoke BC.

OPEN STAGE & Live Band Karaoke Wednesdays @ The Last Drop
Jan 22 @ 9:00 pm

Every Wednesday at The Last Drop Pub is Open Mic Wednesday!With Super Hosts: Catnado & The Sübaneers, BabyFeaturing the ALL NEW: CATNADO KARAOKE!!Come play a tune of yours, bring your instruments, we have the drums and mics. Bring your band, bring your friends!Each performer gets a FREE DRINK!!! NO COVER!!!New this year: Catnado Karaoke. You sing our songs with us!!We show you our ever growing setlist and you choose what you wanna sing.

Open Mic Night – The Last Drop @ The Last Drop Pub
Jan 22 @ 10:00 pm – Jan 23 @ 1:00 am

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The Last Drop welcomes all jammers and singers. Come out and join in with a friendly relaxed atmosphere from 10 p.m.

Skratch Bastid @ Traverse
Jan 22 @ 11:00 pm – Jan 23 @ 12:00 am

Having rocked the bar many times, Skratch Bastid is now ready to raise it. The Bastid has become one of Canada’s most in-demand DJs and respected producers, but don’t think it happened overnight. From his humble beginnings a decade ago as a teenager in Halifax- pumping out mixtapes from his bedroom and earning a loyal following already back then- he slowly spread his skills first at DJ competitions like DMC, ITF, and Scribble Jam and now around Canada and the world as a widely recognized go-to guy for party-rocking. The illest redhead on turntables has since gone viral. Seriously, youtube that shit. Since he is increasingly recognized for his comfort and versatility in different styles – hip hop, funk, disco, club, rock, and just about every other genre that will make you dance – more and more people are getting hip to his style. That’s what keeps this Bastid working so hard. Touring city-to-city with a relentless drive, he’s wowed crowds from coast to coast in Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Japan, New Zealand, Brazil and all over Europe as he averages close to 200 shows a year. For Skratch Bastid, all that energy is brought back to the studio and heard in his music. As a producer, he takes that experience from the stage and lays it down on hard-hitting original music with a wide range of sounds. The formula earned him a Juno Nomination as Producer of the Year for his work on Buck 65’s Situation album, which he lost to Joni Mitchell. You can hear his own music often elevate his live sets along with yesterday and today’s best. In the past few years, the young lad landed in Toronto- after five fruitful years as a Montreal resident- bringing new flavor to the city and making his first mark with a big bang. His Skratch Bastid Presents quarterly event kicked off with a blockbuster collaboration including DJ Starting from Scratch and world-renowned beatboxer Scratch formerly from the Roots. The inspiring first party was a huge success as it breathed new life into Toronto’s night scene. The three noisemakers took the show across Canada. If the next decade is anything like the previous one, you’ll be hearing a lot more about Skratch Bastid. As he continues to find new fans worldwide, his catalog of sounds, styles and tricks will leave a lasting impression. What’s next? Just like in his electric sets, that’s the exciting part! Get down with the sound.