The Revelstoke Visual Arts Society is holding its Annual General Meeting and Volunteer Appreciation Evening tonight, Wednesday June 17, at the Visual Arts Centre starting at 7 pm.
Members and all of those people who would like to become members are invited to come to The Centre at 320 Wilson to tour the new garden (And future home of the city’s next fantastic piece of public art!), honour the members who really make The Centre hum have a good time.
Oh, yes… the board of directors will look at back at all the progress made this year and what we can look forward to in the year ahead.
If you have no firm lunch-hour plans on Monday, June 22, why not amble down to the WorkBC Employment Services Centre at 117 Campbell Avenue for a barbeque and a tour of its offices.
This Summer Solstice event takes place between 11 am and 3 pm.
Click here to view the poster.
The Revelstoke Arts Council’s 2015 AGM is to be held at the Performing Arts Centre on Tuesday, June 23, at 7 pm.
This will be an AGM as you have never seen it before with an intimate jazz club setting on the Centre stage, light entertainment, appetizers and wine.
Live music will be provided by Jacolyn Daniluck on vocals with Lida Carey on the grand piano.
Membership in the Arts Council is a bargain at $10 a year. Click here for more information or to purchase a membership in advance.
The Garden Guru series has something seductive in mind for its Tuesday, June 23, session: The Secret Lives of Tomatoes.
“The Tomato,” writes organizer Erin Wilkins. “One of the most sought-after vegetables for growers and the one that seems to get the most notoriety in Revelstoke. Join Johnnie Piluso, in his backyard as he shows us the tomato varieties he has been growing for the past 40 years”
For those who don’t know him Johnnie is a master gardener who is well known for his success with this luscious fruit.
Click here for more information on this episode, No. 5, in the Garden Guru series of gardening workshops.
Revelstoke rode to 9th place in BC during last month’s Bike to Work Week with 838 riders cycling 18,828 km.
Unfortunately, that was 1,172 km short of the 20,000 km threshold for Andrew Moore’s challenge to send him to the Arctic Circle…