The Visual Arts Centre is seeking volunteers willing to lend a helping hand in its Gallery Gardens.
“We have a little work to do in order to prepare our gardens for their growing season.,” it said in a statement Monday morning.
“We are also looking for a few special volunteers to dedicate some time to our gardens for weeding. Please let us know if you can volunteer this summer!”
Next up at the Revelstoke Jazz Club is a group called Half Nelson, composed of musicians from Revelstoke and Nelson.
Half Nelson features Revelstoke musicians Darcy Purcell on guitar and Dave Marfleet on bass, as well as Nelsonians Ron Butler on trumpet, Rob Funk on percussion and Carl Laurence on.
They’ll be performing on Friday, May 19, in the Selkirk Room at the Regent Hotel. The doors open at 7 pm and he music starts at 7:30 pm. Admission is by donation.
There’s an interesting CRED Talk this Friday, May 12, from 7 – 8 pm at the Revelstoke Community Centre
Drop by to see Dr. Martin Carver ‘s presentation of the Columbia Basin Trust’s Water Monitoring and Climate Change Report. Water monitoring is particularly relevant to higher-volume water users such as communities, hydropower operators, agricultural producers, industrial operations and snowmaking at ski resorts, and can also benefit commercial and private recreational users.
The report provides a snapshot of current scientific knowledge about water resources within the Basin. It outlines:
- the state of water monitoring efforts;
- how climate change is projected to affect various types of water resources such as snowfall, glaciers, rivers and lakes; and
- opportunities to strengthen understanding of water resources in the future.
For more information on the report, see here.
This presentation is a complimentary event to the One River. Ethics Matter conference, taking place at the Revelstoke Recreation Centre on Saturday, May 13, 9 am – 4 pm. For more information on the conference, see here.