Flag bearers wanted for the Canada Day Parade!
The Revelstoke Multicultural Society is seeking volunteers to act as flag bearers during the upcoming Canada Day Parade on July 1.
With this year’s theme set as multiculturalism, this is a great opportunity to celebrate the many different cultures that co-exist here in Revelstoke.
Flags are available from the following countries: Australia, China, Cuba, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, South Korea, Scotland (St. Andrews), Sweden, UK, Ukraine and USA.
If you are able to assist with carrying a flag during the parade please email email@example.com
The Revelstoke Multicultural Society was formed in January 2011. The mandate of the society is to support, encourage, and foster multiculturalism in Revelstoke. The RMS fosters cultural awareness, appreciation and inclusiveness in Revelstoke by:
- Celebrating our multicultural heritage and diversity;
- Creating opportunities to learn about and appreciate cultures here and afar, and;
- Promoting and supporting community planning and services that support the integration of newcomers and embrace the needs of all ethnicities and cultures.
The RMS also organizes the annual Carousel of Nations events, and has hosted an Immigrant Film & Speaker series.
Enjoy a barbie courtesy of WorkBC
The WorkBC Employment Services Centre is holding a Summer Solstice Community Appreciation Event next Friday, June 21, from 11 am until 3 pm.
People who drop by will be treated to a barbeque, a tour of the centre on Campbell Avenue next to the liquor store, a short motivational Steve Jobs’ video and enjoying fresh popcorn. Stoke FM will be on-site, too, for this lively event!
Liven up your evening with a cemetery tour!
Revelstoke Museum & Archives is presenting a Heritage Cemetery Tour on Tuesday, June 18, at 7 pm. This 90-minute tour, led by curator Cathy English, will look at the history of the cemetery and the stories of some of Revelstoke’s pioneer citizens. The tour is $5 per person.
Meet at the cemetery gates (Highway 23 North) or call the museum at 250-837-3067 for a ride.