The Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Take Back The Night fundraiser at the Traverse on Saturday featured Vancouver neo-burlesque troupe Sweet Soul Burlesque and an after-party for the Revelstoke Derailers vs. Candy Strykers home match. After the Sweet Soul Burlesque show

Photo: Taking back the night in Revelstoke

Take Back the Night march held in conjunction with Revelstoke Women's Shelter fundraiser

Photo: The Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Take Back The Night fundraiser at the Traverse on Saturday, May 25 featured Vancouver neo-burlesque troupe Sweet Soul Burlesque and an after-party for the Revelstoke Derailers vs. Candy Strykers home match. After the Sweet Soul Burlesque show, a crowd (pictured) gathered for a Take Back the Night march around downtown Revelstoke and through a few drinking establishments.

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