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Climate scientist Greg Utzig gives talk on impacts of climate change for Revelstoke.
Edith Rudyk was only six years old when her mother taught her how to cast stitches onto a knitting needle.
The Community Connections Food Bank Christmas Hamper Program helps about 200 Revelstoke households during the holidays.
Kat Cadegan’s many years as a tree planter influence her work as a metal artist, crafting pendants, earrings, necklaces inspired by nature.
Revelstoke Review freelancer Melissa Jameson and her adopted son Ethan write about the day they first met.
Coloured pencil and water colour artist Ron Nixon showcased alongside pottery works at Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre this month.
Mountain Men successfully mixes comedy & drama, with the bonus of being set in Revelstoke and featuring many familiar faces and landmarks
Revelstoke artist Cherie Van Overbeke paints portraits of 17 locals for new Townsfolk exhibit at Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre.
For the fourth instalment of Personal Histories, we speak to ski jumping and logging brothers, al & john Mcinnes
Fin de Fiesta brings their show to Revelstoke's United Church this Friday.
Les Handley began his railway career in 1946 as a lowly engine wiper. He eventually made his way up to engineer.
Flying Arrow Productions newest play is a musical called How I Became a Pirate
Summer show at Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre features work of Shuswap artists who paint triptychs showing their own take on same landscape
After 10 years of being open and giving to the community of Revelstoke, St. Peter's Anglican Church Goodwill Thrift Shoppe is closing.
Kaitlyn Murphy is a Revelstoke-based potter and carpenter who built herself a trailer to hit the road and sell her wares.
Agathe Bernard is fundraising to take part in a research & awareness trip across the Atlantic Ocean.
Birte Paschen to give presentation on project that aims to train midwives in Guatemala.
Christina Lake artists Beverly & Richard Reid will be featured at new Revelstoke art show opening on Friday.
Ski town stoke-folk musicians Shred Kelly are stopping in Revelstoke on Wednesday, March 11.
Margo Talbot used ice climbing to fight her battle with depression and addiction.