A few news briefs for your delectation

A marketing firm from Abbottsford needs actors for a promotional film being made at Shelter Bay and Upper Arrow Lake on Tuesday afternoon, June 10.

According to an e-mail from the Revelsrtoke Theatre Company they need actors from 2 pm-8 pm, with a mixture of shots on the lake with kayaks, which they will provide, and on the beach with an evening campfire shot.

“They would like a variety of ages with young children, parents and grandparents, likely two of each if possible,” the e-mail said.

If you are interested please contact Marketing Coordinator Kate Glenn of Relevention Marketing toll-free at 1-888-499-4235 or 604-557-1488, ext. 511. She can also be reached by email at: kate.glenn@relevention.com


The City of Revelstoke is reminding residents that watering restrictions are in effect year-round and must adhere to these restrictions.

The use of water for sprinkling, irrigation, and the washing of driveways and sidewalks is only permitted at even-numbered property addresses on even-numbered calendar days and odd-numbered property addresses on-odd numbered calendar days between the hours of 6 am to 10 am only.

If further restrictions are required the City of Revelstoke will implement stage two (2) watering restrictions —hand watering of plant material only


Revelstoke’s two local newspapers, The Revelstoke Current and the Revelstoke Times Review, are included in NewsTornado.com, which is being billed as the planet’s largest, free accessible newspaper database.

This database has more than 13,000 entries that are accessible by all devices, from smartphones to tablets to PCs and Macs, irrespective of the operating system and without the need to install an app.

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