Bike to Work Week takes place May 27 to June 2. (File Photo)

Revelstoke Community Calendar for May 7

No Left Turns

May 9, 7 p.m.

Monashee Distillery

Debut live show from No Left Turns. Get ready for some good 90/2000’s covers and some original tunes. Should be home in time for bedtime.

National Garage Sale for Shelter

May 11, 8 a.m.

300 Mackenzie Ave.

Support the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, Canada’s largest foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention programs.

MacPherson Orienteering

May 11, 9 a.m.

The first orienteering event of the season located on the MacPherson map. Exact location will be announced a week before the event. See the event webpage for details:

Orienteering is an activity where you navigate your way along a series of checkpoints using a detailed map. Each participant chooses their own route between the controls. Orienteering can be a competitive activity (the fastest time to find all the controls in the correct order wins) or a recreational activity (stimulate your mind while getting exercise and fresh air). Three courses will be available suitable for beginner and intermediate orienteers.

Enduro Fiver Series

May 15, 6 p.m.

Welcome to the 2019 edition of our enduro fiver series, brought to you by Tantrum Ride Co.! All you need to race is $5 and your 2019 RCA Membership!

Bike to work week

May 27-June 2

Bike to work or school. Registar online for the chance to win prizes.

Timber Days/Lumberjack Pancake Breakfast

May 18, Breakfast: 8 a.m.-11 a.m.

Centennial Park

Go for a lofty stack of pancakes before the Logger Sports show at Revelstoke Timber Days! Free shuttles available to and from the Farmers Market.

Medicinal Plant Walk

May 19, 10 a.m.

Lower Jordan River Trails

Kick off Hunting & Gathering Workshop season with a medicinal plant walk with Sherri Mariash of Wild Earth Medicinals.

This workshop is an educational walk and forage experience, focusing on local medicinals. Sherri will provide practical ways to understand universal principles to learn directly from plants. We will cover Materia Medica, plant identification, harvesting techniques, plant tastings, and finish it off with a meditative plant sit.

You can expect to use heart perception to open the door to a deeper connection with nature and ultimately yourself.

Space is limited to 20 participants in an effort to maximize personal experience and to prevent over harvesting. Register online.

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