Revelstoke has lost one of its premiere attractions and it’s a damn shame we no longer have a Seniors’ Choir.
Since the passing of Marg Stovel, no one has stepped forward to take her place; big shoes to fill, indeed, but without someone to tickle the ivories for the Seniors’ Center there is no award-winning choir anymore. The spirit of long-time musical director Margaret McMahon is bemoaning the loss.
Surely there is somebody in this fine burg with the keyboard capabilities to fill our community’s need?
Yes, it is a volunteer position like so many other important posts in Revelstoke.
If you can help, contact the Revelstoke Seniors’ Association at 250-837-9456 or send an e-mail to email@example.com
Don’t wait. The critically acclaimed seniors Christmas concert is coming… if we get a pianist.
BC Hydro will be hosting an open house in Revelstoke on Monday, August 17, from 3:30 to 6:30 pm to review proposed and long-awaited improvements for the Shelter Bay boat launch.
The upgrades include: redesigning the turnarounds, replacing the existing walkway with a floating walkway, upgrading the existing breakwater, developing a parking area within the park and making any necessary repairs to the ramp.
The meeting will take place at the Community Centre in the McPherson Room.
If you didn’t head out of town this weekend and are looking for something different to do on Saturday the BC Interior Forestry Museum is hosting some activities that may interest you:
At 2 pm Anna Minten is presenting Stranded in the Woods, a review and discussion of survival sourced from various survival manuals.
This is being offered at the Museum, located right at the Revelstoke Dam turnoff at 5205 Highway 23N. If you’ve never been you should drop by an enjoy its many exhibits of logging from bygone days and visit the gift shop for something really unique.
And, at 7 pm, the Museum is sponsoring a Forest Discovery Walk at Blanket Creek Campground. (20 minutes south of town on Highway 23S. Retired Forester Bill Beard will lead a walk with hands-on learning about tree identification and arboreal diseases with a discussion of factors that help and hinder a forest’s growth.
The North Columbia Environmental Society is now offering an intriguing new series of eight Guru-style workshops catering to the hunter-gatherers among us.
Under the guidance of seasoned outdoorsmen like Pat Wells, Chic Sharp, Brian Gadbois, Jeff Burrows, Adam Croxall and Robert Macrae you’ll learn about everything from foraging for mushrooms and edible plants to finding medicinal plants in the wild, stalking fish and game, field dressing your kill and, under the eye of expert Tatya Kempard you’ll also learn how to make fantastic wild-game sausages.
These amazing workshops begin on August 10 and run into October.
Please click here to view the poster.