The Big Eddy Bridge will be closed on Thursday, October 8, from 7 am until 2:30 pm as workers complete repairs to the aging structure.
“We provide tables, outlets and wifi — all you need to do is bring your information,” it said in a statement.WorkBC is holding its Fall Job Fair at its office at 117 Campbell Avenue on October 20. Local businesses are invited to participate.
Set up starts at 12:30 pm and the fair itself runs from 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm
Please RSVP by Friday October 9. Please click here for a sign-up sheet.
Welcome Week offers five days or of free or low-cost events coupled with a spirit of celebration. It’s an opportunity to connect newcomers and the community, to showcase the town and businesses, events, facilities, and services.The 4th annual Welcome Week – Connecting Newcomers & the Community will take place from November 23 to November 28.
“Generally,” Social Development Coordinator Jill Zacharias said in a statement, “Revelstokians are passionate about being here, this is our opportunity to share that passion and inspire newcomers to get involved, participate in the community, and connect with services they may need.
If you would like to be involved in any way, please contact Jill at email@example.com prior to the Friday, October 9, deadline.
Speaking of events, there are two really hot ones on offer at the Performing Arts Centre this weekend.
Tonight, Friday, October 2, you can see the very funning film, Pride! starting at 7:30 pm. This Toronto International Film Festival tells a true story set in Britain during the 1980s when Margaret Thatcher’s rule prompted waves of political protest. Perhaps the most amazing response of all occurred when Welsh coal miners and London lesbians and gays found a common cause.
Then on Saturday, October 3, The Centre will come alive with the Stone Cold Crazy tribute to Queen starting at 7:30 pm.
Stone Cold Crazy is Vancouver’s foremost tribute to the legendary UK rockers, capturing their spirit, spectacle and songs with power and grace. Taking their mutual love of all things Mercury into the hearts and minds of classic rock fans, they skillfully deliver quintessential Queen from throughout their chart-topping career featuring the gender-bending performance of singer/pianist Tania Gosgnach, channeling the legendary Freddie Mercury.
Tickets for both shows are available downtown at the Visitors’ Centre and Art First. If you want to purchase them online, you can click here for tickets to Pride or click here for tickets to Stone Cold Cold Crazy. Alternatively you can pick them up at the door. These unforgettable shows begin at 7:30 pm.
Concerned about logging at Mount Macpherson? Then come get the facts!
BC Timber Sales (BCTS) is sponsoring an open house about developing the mountain for multiple uses.
The open house is to be held at the Community Centre on Wednesday, October 7, from noon until 8 pm. BCTS and Sites and Trails staff will be available to answer your questions regarding the modified harvest plans for the area.