Mar
25th
Tue
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ISO: personal trainer

Hi. I’m new’wish to town and am looking to hire a personal trainer. I’m not a gym rat and would prefer to hire someone who works with HIIT training, TRX and functional training techniques. Email me me with any suggestions. Thanks so much.

Dec
4th
Wed
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Are you in StokeFM’s #20daysofstoke contest? I sure am.
Check out contest deets here, and follow ‘em on Tumblr!
And remember to tune in online or at 92.5 on your FM dial! Home grown radio - thanks StokeFM!

Are you in StokeFM’s #20daysofstoke contest? I sure am.

Check out contest deets here, and follow ‘em on Tumblr!

And remember to tune in online or at 92.5 on your FM dial! Home grown radio - thanks StokeFM!

Aug
1st
Thu
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Put your helmets on, folks - it’s Bike Fest!

It’s almost time for Revelstoke’s 2nd annual Bike Fest! Bike fest is a gathering of bike enthusiasts for a weekend of fun and camaraderie. Events include a downtown crit, group rides, kids event and much more! I’m the reigning poker rally champ, so come out to try to dethrone me!

Thursday, August 8
6:00 pm: Pedal & Pint Group Ride (meet at the Community Centre)
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Summer Street Festival Music at Grizzly Plaza
(feat. Steve Palmer)

Friday, August 9
all day: Art Garden Bike Self-Guided Tour (maps provided, NCES event)
9:00 am Group Rides - XC & Road (meet at the Community Centre)
3:00 pm Mount Begbie Brewery Tour - $10 (pre-register 250-837-2756)
4:00 pm Kids Playground Run - $2 (meet in Grizzly Plaza at the gazebo)
6:00 pm Adult Poker Run - $5 (sign up at River City Pub back door)
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Summer Street Festival Music at Grizzly Plaza
(feat. Joanne Stacey & Friends)
9:00 pm Live Band: Hairfarmers - $5 (River City Pub)

Saturday, August 10
8:30 - 1:00 pm Revelstoke Market & Sidewalk Sale
Noon Show & Shine (in front of the Village Idiot)
Noon & 3:30 pm Wandering Wheels DH shuttles - $35 per person (3 hours)
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Kids Event (meet at Grizzly Plaza)
3:00 pm Mount Begbie Brewery Tour - $10 (pre-register 250-837-2756)
4:00 pm Crit Race Registration (Grizzly Plaza at Skookum)
- $10 adult/$2 kid
5:00 pm Crit Rac
6:30 pm A Mid Summer Night’s Green Dinner - $75 (NCES)
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Summer Street Festival Music at Grizzly Plaza (feat. Nice Verdes)
7:00 - 9:00 pm Where the Trail Ends - $8 Movie at the Roxy Theatre (Licensed Event, RedBull Sponsored, HD Version 5.1 sound) - 50% ticket sales to RCA
9:00 pm Live Band: Big John Bates - $5 (Traverse)

Sunday, August 11
9:00 am Group Rides – XC & Road (meet at the Rev Community Centre)
5:30 pm Wandering Wheels DH shuttles - $35 per person (3 hours)

REMINDER: 
The following roads will be barricaded from 3pm - 7pm on Saturday, August 10th for the Bike Fest Downtown Criterium road bike race. Please be informed that the race will start at 5pm (with only pedestrian traffic permitted). No vehicular traffic will be permitted from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm. Please refrain from parking on the designated streets from 3pm - 7pm. 

Road Closures: 
First Street - from Campbell Avenue to Orton Avenue 
Orton Avenue - from First Street to Second Street 
Second Street - from Orton Avenue to Mackenzie Avenue 
Mackenzie Avenue - from Second Street to Third Street 
Third Street - from Mackenzie Avenue to Campbell Avenue 
Campbell Avenue (East lane) - from Third Street to First Street 

Jul
30th
Tue
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It’s a summer of festivals!

British Columbia residents certainly count themselves lucky in the summer, when every weekend presents a new batch of festivals to choose from. Each year, more and more small festivals are popping up in small communities around the province, and established festivals are just getting better and better. Which festivals are you visiting this summer? Here’s just a taste of what’s coming up over the next few weekends. 

Kaslo Jazz Festival: August 2 - 4

The Kaslo Jazz Festival heads into its twenty second year, a testament to its far-reaching popularity. This festival is set against the edge of Kootenay Lake. Listen to jazz, folk, roots and rock while laying on the beach or swimming around the stage. Artists include Dehli 2 Dublin, Tiempo Libre, Dan Brubeck Quartet, Paul Peress Trio, African Showboyz and the Mickey Hart Trio. Get your tickets online.

Shambhala Music Festival, Nelson BC: August 7 - 12
Shambhala Music Festival must be experienced to be believed. Amazingly, there are a still a few tickets left, so think about it! It’s an incredible spectacle - it’s all about sensory overload. With five incredibly elaborate stages, incredible costumes, a plethora of awesome vendors, and an amazing sense of community, this festival is not to be missed. Do you love dancing? Get ready to get sweaty. 

Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival: August 16-18

The Roots & Blues Festival is a total crowd-pleaser for all ages. Celebrating its 21st birthday, the festival is amazingly well-organized and affordable. The lineup is always super: this year includes Rita Chiarelli, Bruce Cockburn, City and Colour, Daniel Lanois, Mississippi Heat, Harry Manx, Watasun and Skratch Bastid. Camping is close and friendly, the food and art vendors are outstanding, and the workshops provide something for everyone. Organizers put on ‘Routes & Blues’ outreach events in neighbouring small towns, which are intimate and lovely celebrations of music, culture and community. Visit their website for info and tickets. 

Apr
22nd
Mon
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It’s National Volunteer Week - how do you volunteer?

This week all across Canada, communities are celebrating National Volunteer Week. For a list of volunteer opportunities in Revelstoke, visit the Revelstoke Volunteers site. 

In Revelstoke, we would like to honour and thank all the volunteers who are committed to continuing to make Revelstoke the great place we all know and love.

 This week, in partnership with the Revelstoke Times Review, we have put together a special insert that highlights volunteerism in our community - if you don’t have a subscription, be sure to pick up a paper! Thanks to all the people who contributed articles and photos and to Rob Buchanan for the hilarious cartoon! And thanks to the Times Review for being a great community partner.

As well, we would to announce the spring intake of the Spirit of Revelstoke Award. THE SPIRIT OF REVELSTOKE AWARD program recognizes citizens who have made outstanding volunteer contributions to our community. Please find enclosed the nomination form for your convenience. Once again, awards will be given out at the Volunteer Fair next fall.

Jill Zacharias & Cathy Burke,

Community Futures Volunteer Committee

Mar
10th
Sun
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Get your hands dirty with Soul Poles!

Soul Poles are hosting two make-your-own-bamboo-poles workshops today in Revelstoke, with proceeds going toward the inspiring Live It! Love It! Foundation. If you’ve ever eyed up bamboo poles, now’s your chance to get your hands on a pair - custom made by YOU! Workshops are $135 and you’ll walk away with a sweet set of poles for yourself or to give as a great gift. 

Two sessions today: 

3:00 - 5:00 at the Kids ROC at Revelstoke Mountain Resort

6:00 - 8:00 at the Last Drop Pub

Mar
7th
Thu
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So deep! 

Feb
21st
Thu
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If this doesn’t get you jazzed up about summer, we can’t help you. Check out this amazing Kona video, and make sure to read through the article as well for some incredible pics. Which trail do you prefer, Frisby Ridge or Keystone? 

Feb
19th
Tue
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If you ski in the Golden area, this video is a great reminder that you’ve got to know what the snowpack is doing where you are before you commit to terrain. In the Monashees and Selkirks, we’ve had a bit more snow with less wind, leaving the Feb. 3/4 surface hoar layer intact. It lit up last week with avlanahces up to size 2.5. Make sure to check the avalanche forecast for your region at avalanche.ca/cac/bulletins/latest.