Photos: Our Precious Planet

The Revelstoke Skating Club’s fantastic Mar. 13 showcase Our Precious Planet explored environmental themes

Head Coach Nina Greschner (l) and Kidskate/Canskate coach Adreinne Schurdevin accept bouquets of flowers following the Mar. 13 Our Precious Planet performance.

The Revelstoke Skating Club’s fantastic Mar. 13 showcase Our Precious Planet explored environmental themes, dividing the program into four scenes: Arctic, Oceans, Rainforest and Savanna. The exceptional show was produced and choreographed by head coach Nina Greschner, a long-time competitive and professional skater, who toured with Disney on Ice for a decade.

PHOTO: A school of fish avoid shark Shawn Bracken during the Oceans scene. Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

PHOTO: The Polar Bear Pair, Megan Cottingham and Makenna Howe, perform a duet in the Arctic scene. Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

PHOTO: In the Rainforest scene, animals work together to stop logging activity that affects their habitat. Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

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