Local business briefs

Looking for something different to do today, Sunday May 25?

Well, then, head on up to the Hillcrest Hotel to see the Chamber of Commerce’s First Annual Spring Expo and indulge yourself in a terrific brunch.

The Spring Expo will expose you some of what’s on offer from 28 of Revelstoke’s small businesses including many home-based businesses. It runs from 10 am until 4 pm.

Then enjoy Chef Saar’s fabulous brunch from 10 am until 2 pm for only $14.95 per person.


The Second Annual Chamber Scramble Golf Tournament is Thursday, June 19.

Working with the new Golf Club Manager, Greg Austin, and Emma Kirkland at the Last Tee, the Chamber has an option for every level of golfer from those who aspire to par to the new “Grip & Sip” crowd that partake in Friday night folly!

Check out the details and register at www.revelstokechamber.com.


Bike to Work Week starts Monday, May 26, and runs until Sunday, June 1.

Started in Victoria in 1995, BTWW is five years old for Revelstoke and thanks to donations from La Baguette, The Modern Bakeshop and Coopers Supermarket, free breakfast will be available in Grizzly Plaza each morning from 7 – 9 am! If you want to be an official participant in BTWW you can register at the Community Centre.


If you’d like to find out more about Chamber benefits and Registered Pension Funds you are invited to attend Knowledge at Noon on Tuesday, May 27, with Chris Bostock of Edward Jones. Please click here to register now.


The Revelstoke Poverty Reduction Working Group meets on Monday, June 16, in the second-floor board room of the Business & Visitor Information Centre board.  Join the discussion and brainstorm for positive solutions to poverty in our community. For more info contact Social Development Coordinator Jill Zacharias at jill.zacharias@gmail.com