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Fall 2012 250-837-9351 www.cityofrevelstoke.com Revelstoke Community & Aquatic Centre, 600 Campbell Avenue


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Community Centre

Table of Contents

Community Centre................................................................ 2 Library................................................................................... 3 Senior’s Centre...................................................................... 4 Aquatic Centre....................................................................... 5 General Information................................................ 5 Birthday Parties...................................................... 6 Aqua Therapy / Swim Fit......................................... 6 Swim Lessons......................................................... 7 Adult Lessons / Pre-Master / Aquaducks................ 8 Advanced Aquatic Training..................................... 9 Aqua Fit Classes................................................... 10 Children & Youth.................................................................. 11 Community Centre Preschool............................... 11 Jumping Jacks Preschool..................................... 12 Wee Wigglers........................................................ 12 Revelstoke Child Care Society............................. 13 Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy.................... 14 Kids Classes.................................................. 15 - 16 Kids Cookie Baking Classes................................. 16 Arena................................................................................... 16 Revelstoke Forum................................................. 16 Grizzlies Game Schedule..................................... 17 Revelstoke Skating Club....................................... 18 Sports.................................................................................. 19 Revelstoke Ski Club.............................................. 19 Revelstoke Judo................................................... 19 Revelstoke Boxing Club........................................ 19 Soccer................................................................... 20 Revelstoke Racquet Den Squash Club................ 20 Revelstoke Shotokan Karate Club........................ 20 Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club.................................. 21 Revelstoke Mountain Resort................................. 22 Revelstoke Acrobats............................................. 23 BC Coaches Week................................................ 24 RCU Grizzly Bear Run.......................................... 24

Fitness & Wellness.............................................................. 25 Community Connections Health & Wellness........ 25 City Dance............................................................ 25 Just for Kicks Dance Studio.................................. 26 Revelstoke Dance Centre..................................... 27 Chantal’s Fitness Classes..................................... 28 Fitness Centre...................................................... 29 Group Fitness Classes......................................... 29 Trans Canada Fitness........................................... 30 Dynamic Yoga with Brittanya................................ 31 Massage Workshops............................................ 32 Dynamic Massage Works..................................... 32 Intuitive Meditation................................................ 33 Bodylogic Therapeutic Massage........................... 33 Core Yoga............................................................. 33 Red Cedar Physiotherapy..................................... 34 Balu Yoga & Wellness........................................... 35 General Interest................................................................... 35 Street Banner Program......................................... 35 Revelstoke Museum & Archives........................... 36 Okanagan College................................................ 37 Selkirk Saddle Club.............................................. 37 Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre.............................. 38 Revelstoke Arts Council Concert Series............... 38 Revelstoke Railway Museum................................ 38 Revelstoke Fellowship Baptist Church................. 38 Neighbourhood Highlights............................. 39 - 40 Programming with Parks, Rec & Culture.............. 41 Advertising............................................................ 42 Revelstoke Alliance Church.................................. 43 Clubs / Associations Directory............................................. 44 Calendar of Events......................................................... 45-46 Revelstoke Bear Aware....................................................... 46

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 5pm - 8pm at the Community Centre

Mass Registration Drop Down to the Community Centre to register for the following programs: Judo* Karate* Gymnastics* Figure Skating* Squash club* Fitness Classes* Zumba* Girl Guides* Revelstoke Nordic Club Children’s Programs* * Aquaducks* Nancy Greene Ski League* Revelstoke Ski Club* Yoga* Just for Kicks Dance Classes* Revelstoke Visual Art Centre Art Programs AND MORE !

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Centre Hours Fall: October 1 - December 7

Office: Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday Stat. Holidays

8:00 am - 9:00 pm* 10:00 am - 8:00 pm 12 noon - 8:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Meet our Staff Laurie Donato........... Department Director Meghan MacIsaac.... Facility & Program Coordinator Karen Scott............... Aquatic Centre Supervisor Troy Biggs................ Buildings, Maintenance Supervisor Laurel Corrigan......... Parks / Arena Supervisor

Special requests for bookings by businesses or individual groups may be accommodated outside of our regular hours

Program Refunds

For more information on programs or our facility, browse our website at www.cityofrevelstoke.com or pick up a brochure at the Revelstoke Community Centre.

The Revelstoke Parks, Recreation, & Culture Department wants you to enjoy your recreation experience. If you find the class is not what you expected and you want to cancel, please make sure you call BEFORE the second class and we will refund you for the remaining sessions less a $10.00 Administration fee. No refunds are given after the 2nd session except where circumstances are beyond the individual’s control.

Revelstoke Community/Aquatic Centre

Registration 3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1. In Person - Registrations are accepted at the Revelstoke Community/Aquatic Centre at 600 Campbell Avenue. 2. Phone - 250-837-9351 - Registrations are accepted via phone by our friendly and accommodating staff. 3. E-mail - rcc@revelstoke.ca with details and we can set you up accordingly.

Don’t Wait...Register Early! Sometimes excellent courses are cancelled if everyone waits until the last minute to register. Please don’t leave your registration too late and be disappointed.

Meeting Room Rentals We offer a variety of meeting rooms for workshops, business meetings, etc. Rates vary according to requirements. Hourly / Daily rates are available. Direct inquiries to 250-837-9351 or rcc@revelstoke.ca

If you need to cancel a registration for any program please be sure to notify us 3 working days before the start date of the program. NO refund will be given if notification is less than 3 working days. FULL refunds are given if the Revelstoke Parks, Recreation, & Culture Department cancels the program.

Hall Rentals The Community Centre offers an excellent facility for banquets, weddings, trade shows, large meetings, and conferences with accommodation for up to 600 people. Full commercial kitchen is available with place settings up to 400 people. We provide staging, tables (banquet style or round), PA system, internet connection and large pull down screens. Limited WiFi connection throughout the building is also included. Direct inquiries to 250-837-9351 or rcc@revelstoke.ca

Community Centre

Program & Brochure Info.

NOTE: Wedding Bookings should be made at least 6 months to 1 year in advance to guarantee a rental at the Revelstoke Community Centre.

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Storytime Programs

Community Centre

Registration Begins: September 5 at the Revelstoke Library. All programs are FREE. Drop in or call 250-837-5095 or e-mail: revelstoke@orl.bc.ca

With Storytime comes a plethora of learning experiences for the children who come to listen. The following FREE programs provide a great introduction to your library and its resources.

Wee Read

Common Threads

When: Time: Ages:

Do you knit, crochet, cross-stitch, needlepoint or latch hook? Just started? Have you been doing it for years? Whether you are experienced or just starting, come join the fun as we learn together. Participants will be responsible for bringing their own supplies. FREE and open to all ages.

A short, fun and very relaxed program. Spend time reading, singing and playing in the library.

September 12 - October 31 (come in costume for Halloween) Wednesdays 9:30 am - 9:50 am Birth - 18 months old and Parents or Caregivers

Autumn Tales for Two

Come enjoy this fun interactive storytime which is full of bouncy rhymes, songs, stories and more.

When: Time: Ages:

with Natalie Lebel

When: Time:

September 11 - November 27 Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

October 5 - November 30 Fridays 10:15 am - 10:45 am 2 - 3+ years old and Parents or Caregivers

Nutty for Books Preschool Storytime

We’ll have a fun time rhyming and singing - perfect for children who love stories and might even sit still for them!

When:

Time: Ages:

September 13 - November 22

(please note there will be no session on September 27)

Thursdays 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm 3 - 5 years old

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Our local library offers a wide variety of books and resource information and is also located at the Revelstoke Community/Aquatic Centre.

Hours of Operation: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday / Saturday

12 noon - 8:00 pm 12 noon - 7:00 pm 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


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Senior’s Centre Senior Citizens Association

Phone: 250-837-9456 E-mail: revelstokeseniors@rctvonline.net

603 Connaught Avenue, Revelstoke, BC

The Senior’s Centre offers an excellent venue for hall rentals. This centre can accommodate up to 125 people for weddings, family reunions and workshops. Kitchen facilities are available. Direct inquiries can be made to Reg Broughton at 250 837-5437. New members are always welcome and we would like to extend a personal invitation to all seniors to come down and try an activity while meeting new friends. Memberships are $10.00 per year and can be purchased at the office of the Senior’s Centre. The Centre is located at 603 Connaught Avenue (behind the Community Centre)

Medical Bus

Senior’s Counselor: Bev Weige

To make an appointment, call 250 837-2494

250-837-3888

Volunteer Coordinator: Jean Pedersen Senior’s Centre Rentals: Reg Broughton For inquiries call 250-837-5437.

Departs at precisely 8:00 am

SCHEDULE OF “ACTIVITIES” Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

GENEALOGY MEETING 1:00 pm

BINGO 1:00 pm

CARPET BOWLING 9:00 am-10:30 am

BILLIARDS 9:00 am SENIOR EXERCISE 10:00 am-11:00 am

DROP IN COFFEE 9:30 am-11:00 am CARPET BOWLING 9:00 am-10:30 am

SENIOR EXERCISE 10:00 am-11:00 am

DARTS 7:00 pm

WHIST 7:30 pm

DARTS 7:00 pm

DUPLICATE BRIDGE 12:45 am-5:00 pm

Community Programs Community Programs Community Programs more information ForFor more information on these programs please For more information on these programs please call or stop at the on these programs please call or stop at the Seniors Center. call or stop at theCenter. Seniors SeniorsYou Center. can speak with the You Program can speak with the Coordinator Program Coordinator You can speak with the and noon between 9 a.m. between 9 a.m. andFridays. noon Program Coordinator Tuesdays thru Fridays. between 9Tuesdays a.m. andthru noon persons. 250-837-9456 Tuesdays thru Fridays. persons. 603 Connaught Avenue 250-837-9456 603 Connaught Avenue persons. 250-837-9456

Volunteer Driver Volunteer DriverProgram Program Out-of-town rides totoororfrom medical appointments. Volunteer Driver Program ~~ Out-of-town rides from medical appointments.

In-town rides appointments, or special events. ~~ In-town rides medical appointments, or special events. ~ Out-of-town rides tototo ormedical from medical appointments. ~ In-town rides to medical appointments, or special events.

Computer Classes Computer Classesfor forSeniors Seniors ~ Seniors learn basic computer skills or expand their ~ Seniors learn basic computer skills or expand Computer Classes for Seniors knowledge. This program is limited to members of their the

knowledge. program is limited to members Seniors ~ Seniors learn Association. basicThis computer skills or expand their of the Seniors Association. knowledge. This program is limited to members of the Seniors Association. Helping Hands-Shopping

Helping Hands-Shopping ~ Grocery shopping services for shut-in or disabled Clients can register services at Seniorsfor Centre or atorCoopers. ~~ Grocery shopping shut-in disabled Helping Hands-Shopping ~ Clients can register at Seniors Centre or at Coopers. ~ Grocery shopping services for Services shut-in or disabled Helping Hands–Home ~ Clients can register Seniors at Coopers. ~Volunteers helpatlow incomeCentre seniorsorwith yard

Helping Hands–Home Services E mail maintenance, snow removal and lawn mowing. 603 Connaught Avenue revelstokeseniors@rctvonline.net ~Volunteers help low income seniors with yard E mail Helping Hands–Home Services maintenance, snow removal and lawn mowing. You do *Volunteers areincome always seniors needed and welcome. revelstokeseniors@rctvonline.net ~Volunteers help low with yard E mail not need to be a senior to volunteer

revelstokeseniors@rctvonline.net

Senior’s Centre

Tuesdays: Salmon Arm/Kamloops Wednesdays: Vernon/Kelowna

Tuesday - Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Aquatic Centre Come check out our Aquatic Centre which features a 25 meter Lap Pool, Diving Board, Rock Wall, Waterslide, as well as a Leisure Pool, Lazy River, Tots Pool, Hot Tub, Steam Room, and Sauna. The Aquatic Centre is a great place for family fun, exercise, and relaxation, but it can also be a great place for therapy and physiotherapy. Call the Aquatic Centre at 250-837-9351 or e-mail: rcc@revelstoke.ca for more info. Check out our website at www.cityofrevelstoke.com

Hours of Operation

Aquatic Centre

Fall: October 1 - December 7 Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday Stat. Holidays

6:30 am - 9:00 pm 10:00 am - 8:00 pm 12 noon - 8:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Holiday Hours: December 22 - January 6 Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday Stat. Holidays

8:00 am - 9:00 pm 10:00 am - 8:00 pm 12 noon - 8:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Towel Rentals

We are CLOSED on Christmas Day

available at reception $2.00

Aquaducks Hours:

Lap lanes will be unavailable during these hours:

Locker Tokens

secure lockers October 1 to Decemberto13: cents Monday & Wednesday .754:00 pm - 6:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday 7:00 am - 8:00 am 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm **PLEASE NOTE: September 10 - October 1: The pool will be shut down for annual maintenance. We very much appreciate your understanding on this necessity and the inconvenience this may pose to the public.

Punch Cards Ask our staff for a PUNCH CARD. Your pre-paid card will be marked for each visit to the facility. After 10 uses your next 2 visits are FREE. 12 for the price of 10! We also have Aquafit and Fitness Centre punch passes...please inquire at the front desk for more info.

Towel Rentals

Available at reception: $2.00 cash All proceeds are donated each month to local organizations.

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Locker Tokens

We always recommend locking up your valuables. Tokens can be purchased for .75 cents

Passes Available AQUATIC CENTRE or FITNESS - ADMISSION PRICES SINGLE ADMISSION:

$$$

Under 3 yrs

FREE

Child 3-12 yrs

$3.25

Teen 13-18 yrs

$4.00

Adult 19-64 yrs

$5.50

Senior 65 +

$4.00

FAMILY

$13.00

Locker Token

0.75

1 MONTH PASS/ Punch for Pool or Fitness

$$$

Under 3 yrs

FREE

Child 3-12 yrs

$32.50

Teen 13-18 yrs

$40.00

Adult 19-64 yrs

$55.00

Senior 65 +

$40.00

FAMILY

$130.00

3 MONTH PASS

$$$

Under 3 yrs

FREE

Child 3-12 yrs

$76.50

Teen 13-18 yrs

$95.00

Adult 19-64 yrs

$135.00

Senior 65 +

$95.50

FAMILY

$330.00

6 MONTH PASS

$$$

Under 3 yrs

FREE

Child 3-12 yrs

$127.50

Teen 13-18 yrs

$190.00

Adult 19-64 yrs

$245.00

Senior 65 +

$190.00

FAMILY

$436.00

6 Month Includes: Pool, Fitness & Public Skating (not including Childs Pass) 1 YEAR PASS (ANNUAL)

$$$

Under 3 yrs

FREE

Child 3-12 yrs

$180.00

Teen 13-18 yrs

$245.00

Adult 19-64 yrs

$330.00

Senior 65 +

$245.00

FAMILY

$625.00

2 Adults in same family

$575.00

Annual Includes: Pool, Fitness & Public Skating (not including Childs Pass)


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Aquatic Centre Pool Birthday Parties

Aquatic Therapy

Wet & Wild Birthday Party 7 - 12 years

Aquatic Therapy in a heated, therapeutic pool can help you meet a variety of goals. The warm water helps to increase circulation, respiratory rate, muscle metabolism, strength, flexibility and ease of movement while reducing pain through decreased weight-bearing and reduced joint stress.

Get wet & wild with your friends and celebrate your birthday in the pool! Your party booking includes a room for $33.00 & discount swim rates for children. Cost: $2.75 per child / $5.50 per adult

Swim & Pizza Birthday Party 7 - 12 years Leave the party planning to us! Our leader will take the birthday party into the pool for 1 hour of swimming then you’re off to a room for pizza. Don’t forget to tell us what type of pizza you want! Cost: $109 for party (based on 12 kids) $5.50 extra per adult

Preschool Birthday Party 3 - 6 years (maximum 8 children - if more, we’ll chat)

Swim Fit

NEW!

Gain more confidence in your swimming workout. Lessons include components of an effective workout, swimming techniques and injury prevention. You need to join! Dates:

October 9 - November 1 Wednesdays and Thursdays 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm $80.00 + HST Instructor: Karen Scott

nfidence in your swimming workout. include components of an effective Children under the age Lessons of six including one parent in the workout, When: hniques and injury prevention. waterwith canuscelebrate their birthday Time: oin! Register at the Community Centre. in the beach area of the pool! Shallow Water Fun with a party leader complete 1 or rcc@revelstoke.ca. Cost:

with games, toys, songs and more for 1 hour. Your party the use of a room for cake, goodies and

y & Thursday th booking includes er 9 – November 1st gift opening. m – 1:00pm +HSTCost: $60.00 aren Scott

Private Lessons

$2.75 participating adults

Reserved Pool Parties

Available at $35.00 per 1/2 hour. 2nd Child $5.00 extra.

ESSONS:

35.00 per 1/2 hour - 2nd Child $5.00 extra ust be only one Level ability difference) uatic Centre to book time that Centre is convenient for you 250-837-9351 Contact the aAquatic for reserved pool parties

private rentals. Call 250-837-9351 or e-mail: rcc@revelstoke.ca

Adult Lane Swimming Monday to Friday 12:00pm – 1:00pm Excluding Stats

Toonie Swim is back! Monday, October 1

our early morning toonie swim will begin with the change to winter hours. Monday - Friday from 6:30 am - 7:30 am you can swim for just $2 bucks!

Minimum 6 required to run the class

(Swimmers must be only one Level ability difference.)

and

Aquatic Centre

(not available on Sundays)

• Reduces stress on weight-bearing joints and the spine • Allows you to exercise without harming already affected joints and muscles • Increases circulation • Offers resistance to strengthen muscles differently than land exercise • Promotes relaxation and pain relief

Phone the Aquatic Centre at 250-837-9351 to book a time that is convenient for you.

Adult Lane Swimming

NEW!

Monday to Friday 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

(excluding stat holidays)

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Aquatic Centre Fall Swimming Lessons

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3

October 9 - November 1 October 13 - December 1 November 20 - December 13

Tuesday & Thursday Saturdays only Tuesday & Thursday

Aquatic Centre

**Please note**

• Starfish/Sea Turtle/Duck is for 0 - 3 years and must be accompanied by a parent. • Preschool classes are designed for children 3 - 5 years and are based on ability. • Levels 1-10 begin at the age of 5 and placement is based on ability. If you are not sure what level you are in, call ahead and we will let you know.

NEW!

Red Cross has added a new Preschool Level. Sea Otter is an introductory level before Salamander. Children must be 3 year of age to register.

Afternoon and Saturday classes are back! Class Day Starfish / Sea Turtle / Duck Tuesday/Thursday Sea Otter

Tuesday/Thursday

Level 1/2

Tuesday/Thursday

Salamander

Tuesday/Thursday

Level 3/4

Tuesday/Thursday

Sunfish

Tuesday/Thursday

Level 5/6 Crocodile Level 7/8/9/10 Whale Sea Otter / Level 1/2 Salamander / Level 3/4 Sunfish / Level 5/6 Crocodile / Whale Level 7/8/9/10

Tuesday/Thursday Tuesday/Thursday Tuesday/Thursday Tuesday/Thursday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

Time 9:00 am - 9:30 am 9:30 am - 10:00 am or 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm 10:00 am - 10:30 am or 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm 10:30 am - 11:00 am or 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm 4:30 pm - 5:15 pm 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm 10:30 am - 11:00 am 11:00 am - 11:30 am 12 noon - 12:30 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Cost $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $80.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $80.00

Watch for Christmas break swim lessons advertised in the Winter/Spring edition!

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Aquatic Centre Adult Lessons

Pre-Master

Want to be comfortable around the water? Want to improve your basic swimming skills? Learn how to keep your family in, on and safe around the water!

Gain more technical skills. Prepares you for Masters to gain the confidence you need to join.

Runs for 4 weeks (2 times a week - 45 minute sessions) Session 1: Days: Time: Cost:

October 15 - November 7 Monday & Wednesday 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm $80.00 + HST

Session 2: Days: Time: Cost:

October 16 - November 8 Tuesday & Thursday 6:15 pm - 7:00 pm $80.00 + HST

Dates: Days: Time: Cost: Instructor:

October 10 - December 21 Wednesday & Friday 8:30 am - 9:30 am $250.00 + HST Jeff Beatty

Minimum 6 required to run the class

Minimum 6 required to run the class

For registration and information visit us at

www.revelstokeaquaducks.ca Or Contact Karyn Molder at 250-837-2914

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Located at 301 First Street East Liane Dorrius R.M.T. Debra Logan R.M.T. David Walker R.M.T. Deep Tissue Massage Sports Massage

Manual Lymph Drainage

Aquatic Centre

Minimum 6 required to run the class

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Hot Stone Massage Thai Massage MSP, WCB, ICBC claims accepted

For appointment call 250-837-6677 www.revelstokemassagetherapy.com

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Aquatic Centre Advanced Aquatic Training Did you know...

Bronze Cross and the NLS Courses can earn you credits towards your High School Diploma? Minimum 6 required to run the class

Aquatic Centre

Bronze Star Bronze Star is a pre-Bronze Medallion program that provides excellent preparation for success in obtaining the Bronze Medallion award. In Bronze Star, participants develop problem-solving and decision-making skills as they relate to water rescue and first aid. Prerequisites: 10 years and up, ability to swim Dates: October 9 - 18, Tuesday & Thursday Time: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm Cost: $100.00 + HST

Bronze Medallion The Bronze Medallion award teaches an understanding of the lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water rescue education: judgment, knowledge, skill, and fitness. Rescuers learn tows and carries, and defense and release methods in preparation for challenging rescues of increased risk, involving conscious and unconscious victims of various types. Participants also develop stroke efficiency and endurance in timed swims. Prerequisites: Bronze Star or 13 years old Dates: October 23 - November 1, Tuesday & Thursday Time: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm Cost: $136.00 + HST

(plus an additional $35.00 for the manual*)

Bronze Cross The Bronze Cross award is designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training, including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross is a prerequisite for all advanced training programs, including National Lifeguard Service® (NLS) and Instructor Certification. Prerequisites: Bronze Medallion (must show proof of certification) Dates: November 6 - 15, Tuesday & Thursday Times: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm Price: $136.00 + HST

(*manual is required)

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Standard First Aid / CPR - C Comprehensive training covering all aspects of First Aid, CPR and AED use! Whether you need training for employment or simply want to be prepared to respond to lifethreatening emergencies, this course will give you the skills and knowledge to act with confidence. Through practical activities, you will learn to recognize and treat injuries including head and spinal, soft-tissue, facial, abdominal and chest, burns, bones and joint, and other common medical emergencies. This course is a prerequisite for taking your National Lifeguard Service. Dates: Sunday, November 4 & 18 Time: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Cost: $150.00 + HST

National Lifeguard Services The National Lifeguard Services (NLS) awards builds on the skills, knowledge and values that the Lifesaving Soceity teaches in its Pre-Bronze and Bronze Medal awards to develop the practical skills and knowledge required by lifeguards. During this course you will: • Learn how to prevent aquatic emergencies • Be able to evaluate, adapt, and execute aquatic emergency procedures • Demonstrate first aid problem solving skills Prerequisites: Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid/CPR C (current within the last 2 years) age 16 by last day of class Dates: December 9 - January 6 Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Cost: $432.08 + HST

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Aquatic Centre Aqua Fit Classes The Benefits of Aqua Fit

Super Deep Splash

This is a high intensity, high energy class. Perfect for your regular exercises and those looking for a challenge.

Low Impact

Suited for those with mobility issues. This is a safe, low impact workout run in the shallow waters. Enjoy the challenges and rewards of a water workout.

Aqua Jog

This is a challenging, no impact workout that is safe, adds a variety to regular running regime and allows the focus to be on technique and intensity. Participants should be comfortable in deep water.

Move More, Feel Better, Sleep Better & Get Active!!!!

Super Splash

Session 1: October 9 - November 10 Session 2: November 12 - December 16

React

Super Deep Splash 6:30 am - 7:30 am Low Impact 9:00 am - 10:00 am Aqua Jog 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm Super Splash 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Mom and Me 10:30 am - 11:15 am Teen Fit 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm React 11:30 am - 12 noon Need 6 registered to run classes.

This class is a combo of all Aqua Fit programs. Enjoy the variety of incorporated movement and classes for any level.

Mon & Wed Tues & Thurs Mon & Wed Fri & Sun Mon & Wed Sat Mon & Wed

Cost: $65.00 + HST with two free class tickets Bring along a friend.

React is ideal for the person with mobility issue, post injury, illness or surgical rehabilitation. It includes 30 minutes of guided group exercises and 30 minutes of independent movement.

Teen Fit

Learn to safely and effectively work towards your fitness goals. Teen Fit moves with a variety of equipment packed into a high energy class.

Mom and Me

This program is an opportunity for you to participate in a funfilled aqua fitness class with your baby. Children should be under the age of two (2) and be able to support their head.

Teen Fit Cost: $55.00 + HST with two free tickets October 6 - December 8

Aquatic Centre

Aqua Fit is a viable means of enhancing quality of life and is exciting and encouraging. People who are participating in classes are enjoying the challenge and rewards of the water. The amount of impact on bones and joints is less than land exercises due to bouyancy. People with fragile bones or arthritic joints can benefit from reduced impact in the aquatic environment. Performing exercises in chest deep water suspended work. With some impact it can assis in maintenance of bone mass. The multi-directional resistance provided by water causes the muscle to pull on the bone. This loading can maintain or increase bone mass. So what are you waiting for? No excuses! Come out and enjoy the benefits of exercising.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED!! COME TO The Revelstoke Community

VOLUNTEER FAIR Saturday, October 13, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Community Centre

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About our Preschool! “Developing the whole child”

Our preschool combines structured activities along with child directed free play where (S.P.I.C.E.) Social, Physical, Intellectual, and Emotional development of each child is emphasized. Our goal is to provide a safe and positive environment where each child is nurtured using developmentally appropriate practices. Our dedicated teaching staff are certified instructors who work in partnership with parents to build understanding and consistency for the children.

Children & Youth

Preschool Staff Nancy Ward.............. E.C.E. Supervisor Pam Hanson............. Instructor Naoko Swift.............. Instructor

Available Classes September 10, 2012 - June 24, 2013

Registration Procedure and Method of Payment 1. Registration is ongoing throughout the year. To avoid disappointment, register early as space is limited. 2. Our Preschool operates from September to June. When you register you will be registering for the entire preschool term.

**Preschool does not operate during Christmas Break, Spring Break or on Statutory holidays.** (Christmas Break: December 21 - January 7)

3. Registration is being accepted at the Revelstoke Community & Aquatic Centre located at 600 Campbell Avenue.

Toddler Time (2 years old)

4. Fees are $4.50 per hour for all preschool programs. Payment can be made by cash, debit, cheque, Visa or Mastercard. Payment options are a follows:

Tuesday & Thursday FULL

9:00 am - 10:30 am

Tuesday & Thursday FULL

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Cool Kids (3 - 4 years old) Monday & Wednesday 71 sessions - 16 spots

12 Noon - 2:00 pm $639.00

Tuesday & Thursday 76 sessions - 6 spots

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $684.00

Cool Kids (4 - 5 years old) Mon / Wed / Fri 108 sessions - 1 spot

9:00 am - 11:30 am $1215.00

Monday & Wednesday 71 sessions - 1 spot

9:00 am - 11:30 am $798.75

Friday only 38 sessions - 1 spot

9:00 am - 11:30 am $427.00

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Option 1 ���� Payment in full for entire preschool term September 10 - June 24 at time of registration. Option 2 ���� 50% at time of registration and the balance paid on February 1, 2013. Option 3 ���� 25% at time of registration with three post dated cheques for the remainder made payable to the City of Revelstoke on the 1st of next three consecutive months. NOTE: Government Subsidy is available for families that qualify. Forms are available at the Community Centre prior to the beginning of the program. We will be offering a subsidy information session for those who may have questions or be first time applicants.

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Come have some fun at Jumping Jacks Preschool!

Jumping Jacks Preschool is pleased to offer the Seeds of Empathy Program. For more information see the link on our website at: www.community-connections.ca Jumping Jacks is located at 1550 Illecillewaet Rd.

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Join us for art, singing, games, puzzles, books, toys, movement and more! We have 2 classes to choose from: Monday/Wednesday/Friday’s or Tuesday/Thursday’s Class times for 3-5 year old’s are: 9:00am to 11:30am. For more information or to register, during the school year, call us in the mornings at: 250-837-5773 During the summer months call Rosetta at: 250-837-4660 or call Community Connections anytime at: 250-837-2920

The Wee Wigglers series takes preschool music and movement curriculum in a new direction. Featuring carefully chosen Thechildren’s Wee Wigglers series preschool music andprograms movement songs and activities from today’s leading musicians andtakes educators, the Wee Wigglers leadcurriculum children on in a a new direction. Featuring carefully chosen songs and programs activitiesfeature from today's journey through musical and self-awareness in a non-threatening and safe environment. These children’s music in a variety of styles, from folkleading to rock. children's The Wee Wigglers programs are all about variety, movements moods lead and musicians and educators, the Wee of Wigglers programs activities. If you are looking for a wellchildren rounded on andaentertaining movement experience using plenty of toys instruments, journey through musical and self-awareness in aand non-threatening you will find it here. and safe environment. These programs feature children's music in a variety of styles, from folk to rock. The Wee Wigglers programs are all about variety, of movements, moods, and activities. If you are looking for a well rounded and Fridayplenty mornings Wee Wigglers - Buds entertaining movement Dates: experience using of toys and instruments, you will September 28 - November 16 find it here. Ages 15 months (or walking) - 3 years

Time: 9:30 am - 10:10 am Duration: 8 weeks This one is for little movers and shakers that aren’t quite Wee Wigglers - Buds Cost: $60.00 ready to go it alone. Parents and caregivers join their little Ages 15 months (or Walking) - 3 years cruisers on an adventure in movement and play. Children Registration required at the Community Centre. will be encouraged to try new things andone begin to assert This is for little movers and shakers that aren’t quite ready to go it their independence. Activities will alone. enhance movement, Parents and caregivers join their little cruisers on an adventure in For more information contact: Stephanie China cognitive and verbal skills. movement and play. Children will be encouraged to try new things and at 250-814-7075 or e-mail: begin to assert their independence. Activities will enhance movement, stephanie_china@hotmail.com cognitive and verbal skills. When: Friday mornings starting Sept. 28th-Nov. 16th Time: 9:30-10:10 Price: $60

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Revelstoke Child Care Society 1001 Mackenzie Avenue

Phone: 837-6669 6669 Fax: 837-6668 837 Email: revccrr@rctvonline.net Website: www.childcarechoices.ca and follow the links to Revelstoke The Revelstoke toke Child Care Society is a non-profit non profit organization that works to provide parents with information about, and access to, quality child care choices and early childhood development and supports child care providers through training, support, education and resources. resources The Revelstoke Child Care Society gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Columbia olumbia Basin Trust, a regional corporation created to deliver social, economic and environmental benefits to the residents of the Columbia Basin

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The REVELSTOKE CHILD HILD CARE SOCIETY is RE-LOCATING and EXPANDING!!! In September, 2012 the Revelstoke Child Care Society is re-locating re locating many of its programs to the new Neighbourhood Learning Centre (NLC) at Begbie View Elementary School. Programs re-locating to Begbie View (NLC) include: the Child Care Society office; the Child Care Resource and Referral program; the Early Learning Lending Library; the 4 Corner Stones Child Care Centres including Infant and Toddler care, Group 3 to 5 year care, Preschool and School Age care. These centres will be co-located located with StrongStart, Leap Land Indoor Playground, Community Speech and Language, Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy and the Kindergartens! A true Early Learning Hub! Look for the bright yellow entrance at Begbie View for the Early Learning Centre! In addition to the new facility, the Revelstoke Child Care Society is maintaining up to 20 spaces at the Stepping Stones Child Care Centres in the Farwell building (1401 West 1st Street). CHILD ILD CARE RESOURCE AND REFERRAL (CCRR) The CCRR program is funded by the Province of British Columbia Columbia.        

FREE child care referrals to Registered License Not Required Child Care, Licensed Family Child Care, Licensed Group Child Care and Preschool Provides parents with information about quality child car caree choices and early childhood development Provides information about Child Care Subsidy and in person support for Child Care subsidy Supports child care providers through training opportunities An early learning and child care newsletter Offers child care providers’ and parent parent’s workshops and educational opportunities. Early Learning Lending Library Early Childhood events and activities

The Revelstoke Child Care Resource and Referral Program is looking for suitable, compassionate caregivers to provide quality home based family child care. By becoming a CCRR Child Care Provider, you will have access to:  Financial start up assistance for Registered License Not Required Child Care  Increased subsidy rates for qualified parents attending your facility  Toy oy and resource lending library free of charge  Professional rofessional development and networking opportunities  Consultant support and a professional child care community  Home support visits  Free early learning and care newsletters ewsletters  Photocopying, hotocopying, laminating and craft supplies (min (minimum fees apply)  Parent Referrals (upon completion of program standards)  And much more!

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We are pleased to announce that we are relocating to the Neighbourhood Learning Centre at Begbie View Elementary! Room 120 - 1001 MacKenzie Ave Phone: 250-837-6669 Email: tspannier@cbal.org

Website: www.cbal.org

‘Like’ Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy—Revelstoke on

Don’t let the name Mother Goose mislead you—Dads and other family members are welcome too!

Mother Goose and Little Goslings Activity Time: Come join us for a chance to share rhymes, songs, stories and giggles with your infants and young children! It is also an excellent chance to meet other parents! Ask us about Little Goslings Activity Time for older siblings.

Parents as Literacy Supporters (PALS) and Parents of Primary (POPS) These programs are offered in Elementary schools in partnership with School District #19. Information and fun activity sessions provide families with tips, strategies and kits to support learning at home. Call for dates if your child is in Kindergarten to Grade 2. Family Night Out is an evening program for families with children of all ages. Family activities, preschool circle time, storytelling and multi-age group activities are all part of this family learning time.

Parent Reading Workshops share strategies, materials and stories with parents to help lessen the stress and increase the enjoyment of reading at home. Parents have the opportunity to ask specific questions and discuss concerns around supporting their child’s reading. Call for upcoming dates.

Books for Babies gives a book bag with baby’s book and community information regarding programs for children to families with newborns. Bags are given to families through the Public Health at the 4-Month Immunization Visit. If you are not planning to immunize your child and would like a Book Bag please contact us. Story Adventure Kits are fun take-home kits to borrow and discover the magic of imagination. Kits include a book and engaging activities for families to explore together. Borrow a free kit at the StrongStart Early Learning Centre and the Revelstoke Child Care Society’s Early Learning Lending Library. One to One: Volunteers are trained to read with children in school. Our strategies are aimed at increasing self-confidence and skills. Call for more information on becoming a volunteer. Share the Word Book Exchange offers free books for all ages to borrow and bring back or keep and treasure. Do you have books to donate? Call us! Locations include: Community Centre, Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy , StrongStart Centre, the Food Bank, Family Laundry, Okanagan College, Revelstoke Arena and QV Hospital waiting room. Other Projects:  Roots of Empathy Community Partnership  Literacy Awareness Events  Books Everywhere initiative  Literacy Directory (call for your free copy)  For information on literacy programs for adults, please call for more information or contact Okanagan College at 250-837-4235

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Family Literacy Drop-In Please feel free to drop-in or make an appointment to ask about our current programs, workshops, the “Share the Word” book exchange or ask any questions you might have about supporting your child’s learning.

A special thank you to the Revelstoke Child Care Society, Revelstoke Speech and Language Services and School District #19 for their significant contributions to our programs. The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy gratefully acknowledges the following funders:

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Kids Classes

This dynamic teen safety course is designed specifically for girls’ age 11 – 14 years and covers a variety of topics including: setting boundaries, drug and alcohol awareness, developing healthy body image plus more…

In an interactive, non-threatening manner, children learn how to become ‘Bully Proofed’. This child safety program is designed for kids aged 8-11 to be preventative and proactive, so that children can avoid being bullied, and if they are bullied, know how to stop it.

Kids Classes

WHEN: October 19th, Friday Additional class: Pro D, November 9th, Friday WHERE: Community Centre TIME: 1:00pm – 4:00pm This $25.00 dynamic teen safety course is designed COST: specifically for girls’ age 11 – 14 years and covers topics such as: 

Setting boundaries with friends and acquaintances  Increasing critical thinking skills  Drug and alcohol awareness  Identifying potentially Think about this: 26% of kids’dangerous ages 9 – 15 went relationships to meet a friend that they met online without  Raising self-esteem the permission of their parents. What that tells  Developing healthy body image us is that kids either don’t know the rules, or  Internet safety don’t the seriousness of the threat. Plusunderstand more… th WHEN: Saturday24 June 23rd WHEN: October , Wednesday WHERE: Community Centre WHERE: Community Centre TIME: 1:00pm TIME: 3:30 pm –– 4:00pm 5:30 pm COST: $25.00 COST: $20.00

Class Instructor Chris Froehlich has been training kids in our programs for the past 25 years. She loves working with kids of all ages. Chris is interested in empowering children and teaching them safe practices while caring for themselves and others in their home environments. We are excited to have her on board for another round of training and new classes for this coming season!

WHEN: October 10th, Wednesday WHERE: Community Centre TIME: 3:30 pm- 5:30 pm ThinkCOST: about this: 26% of kids’ ages 9 – 15 went $20.00

to meet a friend that they met online without the permission of their parents. What that tells us is that kids either don’t know the rules, or don’t understand the seriousness of the threat. Cyber Safe covers the topic of Internet safety through interactive, non-threatening and entertaining lessons. work helps Students willGroup develop skills that will help students:

them care for kids of all ages and deal with difficult situations. Thistheclass also focused to  Identify between real is world help them make safe choices while babysitting and the online world Role playstudents and use scenarios to Aid, and of Wealso teach Basic First increase critical thinking skills course, what makes us famous… how to predict  Learn skills to help identify the future dangerous situations and what to do in tricks that predators will use to an emergency.

gain information and trust Explore safe surfing and WHEN: October 22th, 24th & 26th responsibilities Monday, Wednesday & Friday  Learn online definitions and WHERE: Community Centre etiquette TIME: 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm  Understand cyber bullying COST: $40.00  Get the most out of the Internet while staying safe 

Additional Class: Pro D, November 9th, Friday TIME: WHEN: June 9:30am-3:30pm 20th, Wednesday

WHERE: Community Centre TIME:(Please 3:30 pmbring – 5:30apm lunch and snacks for this class) COST: $20.00

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Kids Cookie Baking Classes Get your kids excited about baking classes! This is a fantastic way to teach your children about the basics of baking and how to be creative. Have the kids make YOU a treat! We will be offering these sessions on the following days:

Ages 8+

WHEN: September 19th, Wednesday Or November 13th, Tuesday WHERE: Community Centre TIME: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm COST: $20.00

Minimum 5 required to run the class

Cost: $15.00 per class Revelstoke Forum

*Please be**September advised*: All schedules to change 15 classes will subject be as follows: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm or (ages 3-5) due to hockey games tournaments 2:30 pm - 4:30below pm for (ages 5-10) Please call numbers more information.

Revelstoke Forum *Please be advised*: All schedules subject to change due to hockey games or tournaments. Please call numbers below for more information.

*Tax Included

Child 2 & Under Child 3 -12 years Teens 13-18 years Adult 19 -64 years Senior 65+ Family

Public Skating

Public Skating Saturday & Sunday 1pm-3pm Friday Saturday & Sunday

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

& Tot Parent & TotParent Skating Thursday & Friday Adults:

10:30 am&- 11:30 am Thursday Friday’s 1:00 pm 2:00 pm 10:30 am-11:30 am & 1:00 pm-2:00 pm $2.00 Adults $2

Puck Shooters (Pick-up Hockey) Thursday & Friday Drop-in: Season:

11:30 am - 1:00 pm Puck Shooters $7.00 $127.00 & Friday’s Thursday

11:30am - 1:00pm $7 drop in or $127 for the season

Forum Rental

Want to rent the Forum? It is available for group rentals for general skating, broomball, pick-up hockey, or birthdays at reasonable rates!

Daily Fee FREE

Season’s Pass FREE

$2.00

$55.00

$3.00

$74.00

$5.00

$102.00

$3.00

$74.00

$8.00

$188.00

SKATE SHARPENING $4.00 / pair SKATE RENTALS $3.00 / pair

NEW!

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Back to School: Saturday, September 15** Thanksgiving: Saturday, October 6 Saturday, October 27 home This program is is geared gearedfor forchildren children8-11 8-11years yearsof ofage agethat thatcomeHalloween: Remembrance Day: Saturday, November 10 after school haveand to be alone fortoa couple of for hours. program come home and aftermay school may have be alone a The couple of hours. The program covers Phone hazards precaution, covers Phone precaution, First Aid Household and emergency Time: 10:03 am - 12:00 pm (ages 3-5, maximum 8) First Aid Household hazards and emergency procedures. procedures 8+ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm (ages 5-10, maximum 8)

At Home Alone

Inquire about our hourly rental fees for FORUM dry floorSKATE rentals.SHARPENING And ask about $4 per pair skate sharpening and public skating SKATE RENTALS $3.00 per pair punch cards!

Want to Rent the Forum?(leave msg) For more information visit us at: 1000 Vernon Avenue or phone: 250-837-4040 RCC at 250-837-9351 It is available for250-837-1981 group rentalsorfor general skating, broomball, pick up hockey or birthdays at reasonable rates!

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2012 – 2013 Revelstoke Grizzlies Game Schedule TICKETS? Call (250)837-5588 REVELSTOKE GRIZLIES HOCKEY CLUB P.O. BOX 2512, REVELSTOKE, B.C. V0E 2S0 PH/FAX: (250) 837-5588 www.revelstokegrizzlies.com

2012 – 2013 Regular Season Schedule & Exhibition Games Away Games:

Arena

HOME GAMES: Sicamous Eagles

September 7

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Sicamous Eagles

September 8

7:00PM

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September 14 September 15 September 25 September 28 October 6 October 13 October 26 October 27 November 2 November 10 November 17 November 23 November 24 December 2 December 8 December 14 December 15 January 4 January 11 January 12 January 18 January 19 February 1 February 9 February 15 February 17

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Chase Heat Sicamous Eagles Summerland Steam North Okanagan Knights Chase Heat Sicamous Eagles Osoyoos Coyotes Penticton Lakers Kamloops Storm Princeton Posse Kelowna Chiefs Kamloops Storm Kamloops Storm North Okanagan Knights North Okanagan Knights Spokane Braves Beaver Valley Nighthawks Sicamous Eagles Grand Forks Border Bruins Castlegar Rebels Nelson Leafs Chase Heat Sicamous Eagles Chase Heat North Okanagan Knights Kamloops Storm

September 21 September 22 September 29 October 5 October 12 October 14 October 20 October 24 November 4 November 9 November 16 November 18 December 1 December 7 December 16 January 5 January 6 January 20 January 25 January 26 January 27 February 2 February 3 February 6 February 8 February 16

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Revelstoke Skating Club Revelstoke Revelstoke Skating Club Skating Club Mass Registration MassSeptember Registration Registration Wednesday, 5Mass from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm th Wednesday, at September Wednesday, 5 5pm September 8pm 5th 5pm - 8pm the Community Centre At the CommunityAt Centre the Community Centre For more information contact: For more information For contact more information contact Cathy Cameron-Suchy at 250-837-5556 Cathy Cameron-Suchy Cathy 250.837.5556 Cameron-Suchy or e-mail: ccsuchy@telus.net 250.837.5556 Email: ccsuchy@telus.net Email: ccsuchy@telus.net The Revelstoke Skating The Club Revelstoke is a great to Club learn is to how a great to skate way toorlearn refine how your to skating skate orability refineskating and yourour skating talented ability teamand talentedteam team The Revelstoke Skating Club isSkating a way great way learn how to skate or refine your ability and ourour talented of coaches is here to of get coaches you there! is here Clara to get Suchy you Head there! coach Clara for Suchy Kid/Can Head Skate coach and for Power Kid/Can Skate Skate programs. and Power Nina Skate programs. Nina of coaches is here to get you there! Clara Suchy, Head Coach for Kid/Can Skate and Power Skate programs. Nina Greschner Head Coach Greschner for Junior, Intermediate Coach for Junior, and Senior Intermediate Star Skateand levels. Senior Tracey Starlevels. Skate McKinney levels. Dance Tracey coach. McKinney Dance coach. Greschner, Head Coach forHead Junior, Intermediate and Senior Star Skate Tracey McKinney, Dance Coach.

All programs are 22 Allweeks programs long.are 22 weeks long. All programs are 22 weeks long. The season starts the Theweek season of October starts the1,week 2012ofand October ends March 1, 2012 15th, and2013. ends March 15th, 2013. The season starts the week of October 1, 2012 and ends March 15, 2013.

Kidskate Preschool Lessons

Senior Test Stream & Adult Skating Program

CanSkate

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Kidskate Preschool Kidskate lessons Preschool (3-4 years) lessons (3-4 years)Intermediate test Intermediate stream test stream plus hours off iceper training week with plus off the ice training with the Focus is on fun and learning Focus is through on fun and play. learning through play. Three hours per weekThree head coach. For the head skatercoach. who wishes For thetoskater compete whoorwishes to compete or Two ½ hour sessionsTwo per week. ½ hour sessions per week. test in the levels of figure test inskating the levels in freeskate, of figure skating Dance, in freeskate, Dance, Cost: $280.00 Cost: $280.00 Focus is on fun and learning through play. interpretive and skills. interpretive Private and and semi skills. private Private and semi private Two 1/2 hour sessions per week. lessons paid to the coach. lessons paid to the coach. Canskate (5+ years) Canskate (5+ years) For the advanced and/or adult skater that wishes to Ages 3 - 4 years Three hours per week. Three hours per week. This program emphasizes This program fun and continuous emphasizes fun and continuous compete and/or Cost: Cost: $370 Cost: test $370in the levels of figure skating. Private movement and$280.00 is taught movement in group and format is taught within group format with and semi-private lessions paid to the coach. Five to six professional Skate Canada professional coaches Skate and Canada assistedcoaches by and assisted by hours per week on ice plus off training. & adult test skating stream program &ice adult skating program trained Program Assistants. trained Program Two one Assistants. hour sessions Two one hour Senior sessionstest streamSenior Cost: $475.00 For the advanced and/or For the adult advanced skater that and/or wishes adult to skater that wishes to per week. per week. compete and/or test in compete the levels and/or of figure test inskating. the levels of figure skating. Cost:program $340.00 emphasizes Cost: $340.00 This fun and continuous movement NEW! Private and semi private Private lessons and semi paid to private coach. lessons paid to coach. and is taught in group format with professional Skate Five to six hours perFive weektoon sixice hours plusper off week ice on ice plus off ice Junior coachesJunior Canada and assisted by trained Program training. training. This programTwo is 2.5one hours Thishour program per sessions week. is 2.5 Thehours junior per week. The junior Assistants. per week. $475 Cost: $475 skater is the lastisof working the canskate on thebadges last of the canskateCost: badges Ages 5+working years on skater CanPower Skate is an action-packed, high energy but is not yet ready to but move is not into yet the ready three to hours move per into the three hours per Cost: $340.00 week. week. instructional power skating program geared to hockey Cost: $355.00 Cost: $355.00 skaters that focuses on balance, power, agility, speed

CanPower Skate Program

Junior

and endurance. CanPower Skate is geared to skaters aged approximately 6 or older who already have basic forward and backward skating skills.

This program is 2.5 hours per week. The junior skater is working on the last of the CanSkate badges but is not yet CanPower Skate CanPower ProgramSkate Program ready to move into the three hours per week. Power Skate One Cost: $355.00 CanPowerSkate is an CanPowerSkate action-packed, is high an energy action-packed, instructional high energy power skating instructional program power geared skating hockey program geared thatto hockey skaters that Thursdays, 4:00 pm -to5:00 pmskaters focuses on balance, power, focusesagility, on balance, speedpower, and endurance. agility, speed CanPowerSkate and endurance. is geared CanPowerSkate to skaters aged is geared approximately to skaters aged approximately Cost: $280.00 six or older who already six orhave older basic whoforward alreadyand have backward basic forward skating and skills. backward skating skills. Intermediate Test Stream

Three hoursOne per week plus offOne ice training with the Head Skate Fit Power Skate Power Thursdays Skate 4:00-5:00 Thursdays 4:00-5:00 Coach. For the skater who wishes to compete or test in This program will be tailored to adult skaters, hockey or Cost: $280.00 Cost: $280.00 the levels of figure skating in freeskate, dance, interpretive derby players who want to keep up fitness and improve and and Fit semi-private lessons paid to the Skateskills. Fit PrivateSkate skating skills. coach. Three days hours per week. Cost: $280.00 Cost: and times $280.00 TBAdays and times TBA Days and Times TBA This program$370.00 will beThis tailored program to adult willskaters, be tailored hockey to adult or derby skaters, players hockey whoorwant derby to players keep upwho fitness want and toimprove keep up fitness and improve Cost: Cost: $280.00 skating skills.

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ENTRY LEVEL SKI LEAGUE

Sports

The Revelstoke Ski Club offers the Nancy Greene Program for skiers ages 5-11. Hours are Sunday’s 9:30am-2:30pm. 14 week season runs Sunday, Dec 9, 2012 or 12 week season beginning Jan 6, 2013. We also offer a half day program for 5 year olds new to the program (space is limited). New this year is U10 & U12 programs.

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NGSL promotes fun, safety, skill development and fair play in the alpine environment. NGSL is a ski racing based program. Skiers will acquire racing skills in a fun and friendly environment. They are encouraged to participate in club and regional competitions. Skiers must be familiar with ski lifts and be able to ski beginner slopes in a controlled manner. All skiers require appropriate ski equipment, approved ski helmet, and valid ski pass or lift ticket. Sign up at mass registration, by phone or at the ski swap. For detailed info contact: Karyn Molder at molder@telus.net or visit our website: www.revelstokeskiclub.info. Our ski swap this year is Sunday, Nov 4, 2012.

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The Revelstoke Boxing Club is offering recreational and competitive amateur boxing programs in the boxing gym at Big Eddy Elementary School, 1000 Begbie Road.

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Should you have any questions, please contact: Sam LeRose at 250-837-6619

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Join RYSA’s head coach, Kendra von Bremen and coach Kim Please show up wearing athletic clothing appropriate for Join RYSA’s head coach, Kendra von Bremen and coach Kim Blommestein for some Blommestein for some soccer this fall. Focus of the 6 week weather (rain or shine) including shin guards (mandatory), Focus of the 6 week skills fun.and We will be working on program is skillssoccer and fun.this Wefall. will be working on the basicsprogram socksisover shinand guards cleats. the basics of game soccer and applying them of soccer and applying them to situations at the end of to game situations at the end of each session. Coach to Player – max 20 players. Please register at the Community Centre 250-837-9351 each session. Coach to Player RatioRatio: = 1:10 -1:10 max 20 players. Questions: vonbremen@hotmail.com Dates: September - October 18 11th – October 18th Dates:11September Instructor: Kendra von Bremen is currently the head coach Time: 3:30Times: pm - 4:303:30pm pm -4:30pm of the Revelstoke Youth Soccer Association’s House League. Location: Grand Stand Field Location: Grand Stand Field She has a B.Ed Degree in Physical Education and numerous U4/5 (2008 & 07) - Wednesdays coaching certifications in soccer including her Provincial B (2008Sessa) & 07) – Wednesdays (Coach-Kendra with and Marisa Sess)through completing her youth/ (Coach - KendraU4/5 with Marisa License Prep, is halfway U6/7 girls (2006 & 05) – Tuesdays (Coach-Kim with Sylvia Wood) U6/7 Girls (2006 & 05) - Tuesdays childrens license under the new national coaching guidelines. U6/7 boys (2006 & 05) – Thursdays (Coach-Kim withhas TBA) (Coach - Kim with Sylvia Wood) Kendra also almost 20 years coaching experience in both U6/7 Boys (2006U8/9/10 & 05) - Thursdays and Revelstoke. girls (2004, 03 & 02) - Tuesdays Vancouver (Coach Kendra with Marisa Sessa) (Coach - Kim with TBA) U8/9/10 boys- Thursdays (Coach Kendra with Rory Luxmoore) U8/9/10 Girls (2004, 03 & 02) - Tuesdays Coach - Kendra with Marisa Cost: $40Sessa) for 6 sessions (if played/registered for spring soccer) U8/9/10 Boys (2004, 03 & 02) - Thursdays $62 for 6 sessions (add $22 for insurance if did not play spring soccer) (Coach - Kendra with Rory Luxmoore)

Please show up wearing athletic clothing appropriate for weather (rain or shine) $40.00 for 6 sessions including shinfor guards (mandatory), socks overKarate shin guards and cleats. (if played/registered spring soccer) B.C. and Canadian Shotokan Karate Association $62.00 for 6 sessions affiliated. Karate B.C. and Canadian Shotokan Karate Association (add $22 for insurance if did not play spring soccer) Shotokan Karate is a 250-837-9351 Japanese form of martial art, offering effective affiliated. Please register at the Community Centre means of Karate self defense, physicalform conditioning, discipline and Shotokan is a Japanese of martialmental art, offering effective Questions: vonbremen@hotmail.com increased flexibility.

means of self defense, physical conditioning, mental discipline and Established in Revelstoke for 31years; increased flexibility. Traditional Karate Bo and Grappling areYouth taught. Established Revelstoke for 31years; Instructor: Kendra von Bremen is currently the head coach of inthe Revelstoke We have much to offerBo forand every memberareoftaught. the family. Traditional Karate Grappling Soccer Association’s House League. She has a B.EdFor Degree in Physical Education and more information, 837-4884. We have much to offer for every call member of the family. numerous coaching certifications in soccer including her Provincial B Liscence Prep, and For more information, call 837-4884. CLASSES: is half way through completing her youth/childrens liscence under the new national Monday & Wednesdayin both CLASSES: coaching guidelines. Kendra also has almost 20 years coaching experience Monday & Wednesday Vancouver and Revelstoke. Beginner & Advanced Juniors (7-12 Years) 5:00 pm-6:00 pm Adults (13&Years and Up) 6:30pm-6:00 pm-8:00pm pm Beginner Advanced Juniors (7-12 Years) 5:00 Adults (13 Years and Up) 6:30 pm-8:00 pm Thursday Children (4-6 Years, accompanied by an adult) 5:30 pm-6:30 pm Thursday Revelstoke Racquet Den Squash Club Children (4-6 Years, accompanied by an adult) 5:30 pm-6:30 pm Revelstoke Racquet Den Squash Club Private Lessons Available Want to meet some great people and get a Private Lessons Available INSTRUCTOR: CHIC SHARP Want to meet great people and get a fantastic, funsome workout at the same time? Yondan (4th degree black belt) INSTRUCTOR: CHIC SHARP fantastic, fun workout at the same Why not give Squash a try! time? Karate (4th B.C.degree Certified Coach Yondan black belt) N.C.C.P. Karate B.C.Certified CertifiedCoach Coach Why not give Squash a try! C.S.K.A. Certified Instructor N.C.C.P. Certified Coach ~We offer free lessons for new Bachelor of Certified Science inInstructor Psychology C.S.K.A. ~We offer members~ free lessons for new Bachelor of Science in Psychology New members are accepted at any time members~ New members are accepted at any time For more information contact Kevin Dorrius

For more information contact Kevin Dorrius Ph.: 250 837-3699 E mail: membership@raquetden.com Ph.: 250 837-3699 visit our Website: www.racquetden.com E mail: membership@raquetden.com visit our Website: www.racquetden.com

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Junior Development (Ages 13-16) Focus on technical competence, fitness and competition. Trailblazers (Ages 10 and up) For skiers who want exposure to adventure activities such as avalanche awareness, other destinations, environment, survival etc. Successfully piloted last year, these adventure activities will again be offered.

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Adult: Intermediate and Advanced This instruction is one night or afternoon a week. Become a member then stay tuned for start dates!

Nordic Skiing SKI LEAGUE PROGRAMS The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club offers ski lessons for children and adults. The children’s program meet every Saturday morning at the Mt Macpherson Nordic trails starting in Dec or January and run through to March. Bunny Program (Ages 4 – 5) Focus on fun and introduces basic movement skills on skis. Starts January. Rabbit Program (Ages 6 – 9) Provides skiers with the fundamental skills of classic and skate technique while having plenty of fun. Starts Dec.1 Track Attack (Ages 10 – 12) Aims to produce technically competent Nordic skiers, and introduces the concept of skiing for fitness and competition.

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*New For This Year*

Learn To Ski for Ages 10 and up!! This program will introduce slightly older children to Nordic skiing techniques with lots of fun! Adult Beginner Program It’s never too late to learn and stay fit on our fabulous trail system! Adults will get excellent instruction to ski with confidence. Starts January. Members of the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club receive a discount! Sign up at Mass Registration Night or Members Night on Nov. 5, 2012 5:30 – 8 pm @ The Ski Lodge

Or go to www.revelstokenordic.org for a link to register through Zone 4. Deadline for registration is Nov.30/ 2012. For more information contact Ian Brown at IanSkirev@gmail.com

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KIDS’ REVELSTOKE OUTDOORS CENTRE Kids ROC is a dedicated space for young snow school participants. Our convenient Village location allows for easy drop off and pick up for parents. This location also provides an entertaining lunch time space for children enrolled in full day programs. Kids ROC is also available for private rental functions including birthday parties. Contact us to help plan your next event.

REVELSTOKE TOTS

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A great way for your child to experience new and exciting adventures while improving skills and learning about the mountain environment. RENTALS: $80

REVY RIPPERS & ALL MOUNTAIN CLUB

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The next step in your child’s skill development! Kids will have the opportunity to explore the mountain with others as they learn new skills. 8 HALF DAY SESSIONS: $258 8 FULL DAY SESSIONS: $348

RENTALS: $150

SALOMON FREERIDE CLUB

AGES: 14+

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WEEKEND PROGRAMS 2012-13 Registration is now open for a variety of Snow School Weekend Programs, starting at age 4. All programs are 8 weeks in length starting January 5, 2013, and are available on both Saturday and Sunday. Skiers and snowboarders welcome!

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Revelstoke Mountain Resort is proud to partner with Salomon to introduce the Salomon Freeride Club. This program is designed for those who are looking to amp it up while exploring the endless terrain features at RMR. 8 FULL DAY SESSIONS: $348 RENTALS: $150

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Come join us in our new facility located in Begbie View Elementary! We are excited for this year with a full schedule and new staff. Jef Kline returns and Jill Drake will be joining Heather Cretelli and Marlene Manson as your coaches this year.

Class fees do not include the mandatory Gymnastics BC insurance fee of $15. The Fall session is 14 weeks long and ends Dec.21st, 2012. No classes Monday, Oct. 8th or Mon., Nov. 12th. All classes meet once per week.

PRESCHOOL CLASSES Gym Stars (Parent & Tot, walking - 3 years): Mondays 9:30-10:15am or 12:30-1:15pm ($96), Tuesdays 10:30-11:15am

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or 1:30-2:15pm, Wednesdays 1:30-2:15pm, Thursdays 12:30-1:15pm, Fridays 10:30-11:15am or 1:30-2:15pm. $112. Supernovas (4-5 years): Mondays ($96)10:30-11:15am or 1:30-2:15pm, Tuesdays 9:30-10:15am or 12:30-1:15pm, Wednesdays 12:30-1:15pm, Thursdays 1:30-2:15pm, Fridays 10:30-11:15am or 1:30-2:15pm. $112

RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR ALL AGES! Gr. K-1 : Mondays ($120), Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays 3:15-4:15pm & Fridays 4:15-5:15pm. $140 Gr. 2-4: Tuesdays 3:15-4:15pm, or Wednesdays 4:15-5:15pm. $140 Gr. 5-7: Mondays 4:15-5:15pm or Fridays 5:15-6:15pm. $140 Gr. 8-10: Fridays 6:15-7:15pm. $140 Adult: Wednesdays 8:45-9:45pm ($140) or Sundays 7:30-8:30pm. $110 Precompetitive and competitive trampoline programs available by coach referral DROP-IN CLASSES will be supervised but unstructured. The following are pre-registered classes. Gr. 6-7: Tuesdays or Thursdays 7:45-8:45pm. $112 Gr. 8-9: Tuesdays or Thursdays 8:45-9:45pm. $112 Gr. 10-12: Mondays 8:45-9:45pm. $96 The following classes are first come, first to bounce! Coaches can limit class sizes for safety reasons. Price per class. Punch cards available (except for family drop-in) 5 visits for $35 or 10 for $60. Parent & Tot (up to 4 yrs): Saturdays 10-11am. $8. Family (siblings 5-10yrs): Saturdays 11am-noon. $15 Pre-teen (9-12 years): Fridays 7:15-8:15pm. $8 Teen (13+): Fridays 8:15-9:15pm. $8

We are once again offering

BIRTHDAY PARTIES at the Acrobats! Weekend slots only, $80, includes 1 hr gym time. Please call for more info or to book your party. * * * * * (250) 805 - 2309 * * * * *

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Sports Come out for our 5 km or 12 km community fun run and BBQ Bring the family for live music, fitness, food and prizes! The run starts at 9:00am

Registration forms available at Revelstoke Credit Union, Universal Footwear and online For more information visit www.revcu.com or contact Crystal Robichaud at grizzlybearrun@revcu.com

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Just for Kicks Dance Studio

 Jazz

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Registration at the Revelstoke Community Center September 5th from 5-8pm. 3-7pm.

Now offering classes 5 days a week!

 Tap  R.A.D Ballet  Modern  Lyrical  Hip Hop  Free Swing classes for youth

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Children’s Classes

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Preschool Ballet Parent & Tot Boys’ Class Jazz/Hip Hop

For Teens Contemporary Jazz

Register for Fall Session

For Adults

Belly Dance Pilates

at the Recreation Centre on Wednesday September 5, 5, 55 -–89P.M. P.M. Wednesday September

NEW THIS SEASON: Parent & Tot: For children 1 to 3 years and their parents:

Join your child in song games and other whole brain activities that aid your child’s social, physical and cognitive development. Get to know other parents and their toddlers while you exercise with your child.

Boy’s Class: For boys 7 – 10 years: Tribal Jazz to African drumming and

Hip Hop music; acrobatics for power, balance, flexibility, and coordination.

Classes begin September 10, 2012

at 622 2nd Street West, St. Peter’s Anglican Church Hall. Some classes may be held at the Recreation Centre.

For more information, fall schedule, and rates:  Go to the website:

revelstokedancecentre.ca

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Fitness & Wellness Chantal’s Fitness Classes Fall Session

ZUMBA

This social workout done to oldies music is a moderately intense fitness class incorporating cardiovascular fitness, strength, self-defense, balance and flexibility. Designed to maintain strength and daily activity. Come and feel the difference!

Zumba is Exercise in Disguise! This Latin-based Dance Fitness Program is sure to have you laughing, sweating and having a blast as you tone and shape your whole body. Don’t worry if you have two left feet, ZUMBA is designed to suit all fitness levels and abilities. Bring a friend! Ditch the workout, JOIN THE PARTY!

Dates: When: Time: Location: Cost:

October 10 - December 10 Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 am - 10:00 am Revelstoke Community Centre $5 includes HST Must pay in advance at the front desk.

Step Classes will be coming this Fall! Keep posted for more details.

Ladies Early Bird Circuit Training Workout This is a great way to be introduced to the fitness facility and equipment. A certified fitness and weight instructor is available for one hour to develop personal workout programs and assist individuals on cardio equipment and weights in Session the fitness Summer room.

Dates: When: Location: Cost:

September 27 - November 29 Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30 am - 6:30 am Thursdays 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Revelstoke Community Centre $80 includes HST for a 10 class punch card. Have the flexibility to attend all classes! (Card will expire Nov. 29)

Power Fit Beginner or avid fitness enthusiasts will find they are FIT for this workout, packed with fun and energizing activity that may include circuit training, strength & conditioning, core & stability, obstacle course & agility, power & sports drills, marshal arts, and more.

Chantal’s Fitness Classes

Session 1: September 25 - October 25 Session 2: November 1 - December 4 Session 1: September 25 - October 25 When: Tuesdays and Thursdays Session 2: November 1 - December 4 Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm This social workout done to oldies music is a moderately intense When: Tuesdays and Thursdays Location: Revelstoke Community Centre Time: 6:00 am - 7:00incorporating am (Gym will be open at 5:30 amfitness, strength, self fitness class cardiovascular Cost: $80.00 + HST per session for optional cardio and machine warm-up) defense, balance flexibility. Designed to maintain strength and Minimum 8 pre-registration required* Location: daily Revelstoke Community Centre activity. Cost: $80.00 + HST per session Come and feel the difference! Pre-registration required* Instructor: Chantal Faucher Minimum 8 required to run this class*

Senior Land Fitness

Date: Finished for summer. Will be starting again in the Fall

Private Sessions Available Check out Zumba for more class info! Chantal is available uponour request forad private or small group sessions. Programs can be designed specifically with you in mind. Book your session today. Instructor: Chantal Faucher, 250-814-3324

Ladies early Bird Circuit Training Workout

This is a great way to be introduced to the

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Fall: October 1 - December 7 Monday - Friday am for - 9:00 We have a fitness6:30 Centre yourpm* use before or Saturday 10:00 am 8:00 pm 2 treadmills, after your swim! Our Equipment offers Sunday 12 noon 8:00 climber. pm 4 elliptical, 3 bicycles and 1- stair A Stat. Holidays 1:00 pm 4:00 pm universal gym and free weight are also available, as well as a personal trainer, if you want to book Weone. haveAdmission a Fitness rates Centre your useasbefore or after areforthe same the aquatic your swim! Our equipment offers 2 treadmills, 4 elliptical, Centre or you can purchase a combined pass for 1/2 3 bicycles and 1 pool stair memberships. climber. A universal gym and free the 1 times weights are also available, as well as a personal trainer, if you want to book one.

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Summer: Junepass 6 –Sept Admission rates are the same as the Aquatic Centre or you can purchase a combined for 1 ½6th times the pool memberships.

Monday - Friday

8:00am - 9:00pm*

Saturday 12:00am - 8:00pm Sunday 12 noon – 8:00pm Stat. Holiday 1:00pm – 4:00pm forCentre all classes Punch Cards can beFirst used week for both FREE the Aquatic and the  Fitness Centre. Also look for more information Instructor: Mel Grasso on NEW Fitness First Class punch With these punch  cards you can drop in on different fitness classes week FREE for all classes weekcards. FREE for allnew classes including Box Fit, ZUMBA, Hard Cardio, and more! Check out our fitness classes’ page for more information. Instructor: Mel Grasso First week FREE for all classes 

Group Exercise and Fitness!

Group Classes! Group Fitness Exercise and Fitness!

Group Exercise and Fitness! Instructor: Mel Grasso

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OPEN

Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 10:00pm

Your hosts: Neil & Theresa Jones

Saturday- Sunday 10:00 am - 5:00pm [250] 837-3440

501 2nd Street West

Cross Training Area FALL | WINTER SPECIAL: 4 months $159.95 + HST World Class Fitness Centre Exercise Therapist with over 30 years Experience Male or Female Personal Trainers Pre Injury Prevention Training Post Injury Progressional Training Sport Supplement Store SPIN CLASS MON - WED - FRI 5:30 AM - 6:25 AM

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SEPT 17 - DEC 14

SPIN & STRETCH (bring yoga mat) TUES - THURS 9:20 AM - 10:30 AM

SEPT 25 - DEC 13

Spinning is low impact for all fitness levels, burn a ton of calories, lose weight & sculpt your body. These 50 minutes classes are addictive and motivating group rides. Train for your winter sport and improve your fitness.

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Boot Camp

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Pre-registration required

Monday 10:30am9:30am11:30am 10:30am Beginning

Tuesday

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Yin Yoga

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Friday – No Classes

Beginner Foundations Rev up my weekend Slow Flow

Saturday

10:00am11:00am

5:30pm6:30pm

7:00pm8:15pm

Manly Man 7:00pmYoga 8:00pm Inversions/ Advanced Play

7:00pm8:15pm Drop in price $11 includes HST

Class Descriptions:

Beginner Yoga Foundations – an introductory class to learn the foundational poses to stretch and gently strengthen the body, enhance breathing, and improve your health beginners & all levels looking to reconnect with the basics. Slow Flow Yoga – don’t want to sweat like crazy on your lunch break? Get the health benefits and stretching of a flow class, and make it back to work with more energy - all levels. Yin Yoga – gain more opening in your body and more focus in your mind while stretching your connective tissues. If you have yoga props please bring them - all levels.

Pre-registration required

Regular Classes (12 weeks) Sept 17th to Dec 15th 10 x Punchcard- $87.00 + HST

~ Buy your punchcard at the Rec Centre. ~ Attend as many of the regular classes as you’d like, excluding Yoga Boot Camp. ~ Buy a new punchcard whenever you need to. ~ Fall punchcards expire on th December 15 . ~ To guarantee your place in any class reserve your spot with Brittanya at 250-837-9350. ~ Please bring a yoga mat, heavy blanket, and hand towel to class.

Manly Man Yoga – hey guys, embarrassed to try yoga in a class full of female pretzels? This is the class for you then. Learn some sweet moves, figure out what some of those weird words mean, gain flexibility, and then use your newfound confidence to hit any yoga class you want! - all levels, guys only. Inversions/Advanced Play – take it to the next level with headstands, forearm stands, handstands, arm balances, and other fun poses in a safe, non-judgemental, and fun environment – intermediate. Rev Up My Weekend – a fast paced vinyasa flow class to get you pumped up for all of your weekend activities - all levels.

Yoga WellFit Boot Camp (2 six week sessions) Boot Camp

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Session 1: Sept 17th - Oct 25th (no class Oct 8) Session 2: Nov 5th - Dec 13th Pre- Registration required.

Strength. Fitness. Flexibility. Health. Happiness. Fun.

Yoga WellFit Boot Camp is going to take the work out of workout and help you reach your health goals.

Each 6 week session includes: ~ 3 or 4 one hour workouts per week, including a 30 minute health-centered wellness workshop each Wednesday. ~ Pre- and post-boot camp weigh-ins and strength tests, we keep track of your results! ~ Free daily exercise, health, and yoga tips. ~ Healthy recipe and menu ideas.

Ready to Invest in your health? Attendance 4 Classes/week

Investment

Per Class Cost

$210 + HST

$8.75

3 Classes/week

$165 + HST

$9.17

Includes 1 bonus regular class/week for FREE Your choice of days

Meet Your Instructor: Brittanya is a Yoga Alliance certified 200 hour Yoga Teacher with a passion for helping people reach their ultimate health potential. As a massage practitioner Brittanya emphasizes safety through proper alignment, and brings a wealth of anatomy knowledge to her practice, while still keeping it light, delightfully fun, and full of smiles! More Info: 250-837-9350 or info@dynamicmassageworks.com.

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Massage Workshops Buddy Massage

Easy At-Home Massage Techniques for Couples/Friends/Families.

The Power of Posture

Easy At-Home Massage Techniques for Couples/Friends/Families.

Description: Your posture can often be the root of pain Description: If you’ve ever felt frustrated because you tired in your back, shoulders, arms, wrists, neck, and hips; so out quickly while giving your spouse a massage, or because by improving your posture you can prevent, manage, and the massage you got ended after only a few minutes, then reduce your pain levels in many parts of your body, while this is a workshop you need to come to. Bring your spouse, also preventing debilitating conditions. This workshop will y Massage friend, or family member and as a pair, learn how to give how the anatomy areas of your body that need it; Therelieve Powerexplore of Posture -Home Massage Techniques for that will reduce stress, each other effective massages and how yoga can help you improve your posture through Yoga & Self-Massage to Rid The class will finish with an s/Friends/Families tension, and help work out some of those nasty knots you’ve stretchingTechniques & strengthening. got. On the giving end, you’ll learn how to massageYourself efficientlyof Back actual yoga class that will be suitable for all levels and all & Hip Pain hands, fingers, knuckles,because forearms, and elbows, so that participants will be able to take home a sequence to help ption:using If you’ve ever felt frustrated you can massage your partner for more than a few minutes them with their posture. Description: Your posture can often be the root of d out quickly while giving your spouse a and leave them feeling great! Individuals are welcome to pain in your back, shoulders, arms, wrists, neck,3and e, or because the massage you got ended come and learn these techniques as well! Date: Sunday, November hips; so by improving your posture you can ly a few minutes, then this is a workshop you Time: 11:30 am - 3:00 prevent, pm manage, and reduce your pain levels in person many parts comeDate: to. Bring your spouse, friend, or family Sunday, October 28 Cost: $50.00 per + HST (Workshop is limited to 15 people) of your body, while also preventing debilitating r andTime: as a pair learn how to- give 3:00 pm 5:00each pm other Revelstoke Community Centre Cost: that will $50.00 perstress, pair, $30.00 + HST ThisLocation: workshop will explore how the e massages reduce relieve per individualconditions. Instructor: (Workshop is limited to 7 pairs or 14 people) Brittanya Beddington, Dynamic Massage Works anatomy areas of your body that need it; and how and help work out some of those nasty Location: Revelstoke Community Centre Notes: Please wear clothing suitable for practicing yoga. yoga can help you improve your posture through ou’ve got. On the giving end, you’ll learn how Instructor: Brittanya Beddington, Dynamic Massage Works Bring a yoga mat, heavy blanket, any yoga props you have/ stretching & strengthening. The class will finish with age efficiently using hands, fingers, knuckles, Notes: Please wear loose fitted, comfortable clothes and need, paper and pen/pencil, and a bottle of water. an or actual s, and elbows, so that you can massage your bring something comfortable for lying on (a blanket yogayoga class that will be suitable for all levels allfun! participants will be able to take home a for more a fewa minutes leave mat),than a pillow, bottle of and water, andthem a readiness toand have

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For more details on what Revelstoke has to offer contact us: Revelstoke Community Centre 600 Campbell Ave. Revelstoke BC 250 837-9351 email: rcc@revelstoke.ca Www.cityofrevelstoke.com www.cityofrevelstoke.com

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sequence to help them with their posture. great! Individuals are welcome to come and ese techniques well! For more as info about either workshop please contact Date: Saturday November 3rd Brittanya at 250-837-9350 or Time: 11:30am-3:00pm undayinfo@dynamicmassageworks.com October 28st Cost: $50 per person + HST (Workshop is limited to 00 PM to 5:00 PM 15 people) 0 per pair, $30 per individual + HST Location: Revelstoke Community Centre hop is limited to 7 pairs or 14 people) Instructor: Brittanya Beddington – Dynamic Massage n: Revelstoke Community Centre Works or: Brittanya Beddington – Dynamic Massage Notes: Please wear clothing suitable for practicing Please wear loose fitted comfortable clothes Besides the best view in the world yoga. Bring a yoga mat, heavy blanket, any yoga props you have/need, paper and pen/pencil, a ng something comfortable lying on (a massage ● yogaand ● AromaSpa ourfor facility features: bottle of water. or yoga mat), a pillow, a bottle of water, and The only facility in town capable of hosting large 250-837-9350 ess to have fun! weddings, conferences and special events with a Stop letting pain and stiffness get the best of you, call variety of meeting room sizes and full commercial us now to discover how a massage or private yoga kitchen. access to the fitness For more info aboutEasy either workshop please contact Brittanyasession at 250-837-9350 or can free you of pain! and aquatic centres. Brittanya, your info@dynamicmassageworks.com

massage, yoga, & aromatherapy wizard!

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Intuitive Meditation Fall classes 2012 Intuition is a form of inner knowing. To get in touch with this inner knowing we have to be still. These eight sessions will give you the opportunity to learn and open your intuition.

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These classes will cover:

Getting in touch with energy Grounding exercises A variety of Meditations Opening of Chakra’s Energy readings Expanding your own energy field Going within rd th Beginner’s class: October 3 - November 28 Wednesdays, 7:00pm-9:00pm st th Advanced class: October 1 – November 26 Monday evenings, 7:00pm-9:00pm th Advanced class: October 2-November 27 Tuesday evenings, 7:00pm-9:00pm (is now FULL) th Advanced Class: October 2nd – November 27 Tuesday mornings 9:00am-11:00am (There will be no classes November 4-10) Cost: $150.00 Instructor: Mieke Blommestein All classes are eight weeks long and held at 1437 Sheill Road. For registration, information, Reiki and therapeutic touch appointments (inner guidance, high sense perception) call Mieke at 250-837-4566

Corrie Baker Registered Clinical Counsellor • Trauma - EMDR • Depression & Anxiety • Grief & Loss • Relationship Issues • Stress and more... • Extended Benefits? Call me :)

250-814-4569

www.revelstokecounselling.com

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“Your Health is Our Hands” Massage therapy for acute and chronic injury rehabilitation, pain management, stress reduction, injury prevention, pre- and post-natal support, and more.  Sports Massage  Neuromuscular Therapy  Swedish Massage

Myofascial Release Trigger Point Therapy Craniosacral Therapy

MSP, WCB, ICBC claims accepted. Most extended health plans cover Massage Therapy.

Karen Schneider, RMT

(250)837-3666 www.bodylogicmassagerevelstoke.com

Core Yoga

Minimum 6 registered to run the class. Claire Macdonald is offering a unique class this fall, blending Pilates and yoga into a core strengthening class. This class is geared toward moms of young children attending preschool, or school, and who want an intense core strengthening and lengthening experience, while relaxing, and using yogic breathing techniques. This class is great for anyone who wants to get in shape, and stay in shape, while balancing muscle groups, building new muscles, and keeping flexible and graceful. Dates: When: Time: Cost:

October 2 - December 4 (5 weeks) Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:15 am - 10:30 am $100.00 + HST

Instructor: Claire Macdonald. Claire has been a certified yoga instructor for 7 years, and Stott Pilates instructor for 3 years.

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Ph: 250-837-8519

www.redcedarphysio.ca

PHYSIOTHERAPY

 Pre & Post Surgical Rehab  WSBC & ICBC claims  Postural and movement re-training  Pre & post partum education/exercises  Sport screening assessments  Sports and orthopedic injuries and conditions

PILATES

Registered Physiotherapists: Jocelyn Kutcher, BScPT. Prue Hicks, BAppScPT Naomi Gibbs, BPT

At Red Cedar Physiotherapy, Jocelyn, Prue and Naomi combine the knowledge and skills of physiotherapy with their Pilates training.

 Individualized program in private or small group classes (max. 3)  Specialized Pilates equipment and props  Wide selection of class times available  ‘Core-Align’ apparatus for functional movement retraining  COMING SOON – Expansion of our clinic to allow for more Pilates equipment  Safe and effective for everyone including elderly, pre and post partum, osteoporosis

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Your #1 choice for the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and sports injuries and rehabilitation Pilates.

Located beside Coopers, above Universal Footwear

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EXCITINGEXCITING WORKSHOPS THIS FALL WORKSHOPS THIS FALL ‘OPENING TO BLISS’ WITH MEREDITH ‘OPENING TO BLISS’ WITH HOLCOMB MEREDITH HOLCOMB SEPTEMBER 21-23, 2012 21-23, 2012 SEPTEMBER Friday night “Bliss” mellow, luscious,mellow, deep, luscious, deep, Friday6:00pm-8:00pm night “Bliss” 6:00pm-8:00pm slow! (all levels welcome) $20 welcome) $20 slow! (all levels Saturday “Freedom Flow” 9:00am-12:00pm (for those with estabSaturday “Freedom Flow” 9:00am-12:00pm (for those with established practice –lished not intimidated FLY $25 practice –to not intimidated to FLY $25 Saturday eve “Give & Receive Bliss” 5:30pm-8:00pm (an opportuSaturday eve “Give & Receive Bliss” 5:30pm-8:00pm (an opportunity to do a slow,nity nourishing guided sequence wheresequence you will both to do a slow, nourishing guided where you will both give and receivegive – forand those that came to level 1 of Intuitive Adjustreceive – for those that came to level 1 of Intuitive Adjustments) $25 ments) $25 Sunday “Freedom Flow” – 9:00amFlow” to 12:00pm $25 to 12:00pm $25 Sunday “Freedom – 9:00am

OCTOBEROCTOBER SCHEDULE SCHEDULE

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Monday to Friday 7:00am-8:30am Monday to Friday 7:00am-8:30am $55 or 5 of your$55 punch or 5 passes of your punch passes

‘BRIDGING ‘BRIDGING THE GAP’ WITH JEFF WITH MAH JEFF MAH THE GAP’ NOVEMBERNOVEMBER 16 & 17, 2012 16 & 17, 2012 Friday night 6:00pm-8:00pm & Saturday 9:00am-11:00 Friday night 6:00pm-8:00pm & Saturdayam 9:00am-11:00 am & 3:00-5:00pm & 3:00-5:00pm $30 per session$30 per session *IT IS RECOMMENDED TO PRE-REGISTER FOR ALL *IT IS RECOMMENDED TO PRE-REGISTER FOR ALL

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General Interest 2012 Street Banner Program A Community Enhancement Initiative

2012 STREET PROGRAM Have you ever wondered if you can paint a banner? Yes you can!! Even if you haveBANNER never painted before, it is made easy by our very knowledgeable, friendly instructors at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. A Community Enhancement Initiative Our program hosts children’s, adult and business workshops. All workshops will take place in January and February. Location: Visual Arts Centre 320 Wilson St. Contact: Community Centre at 250-837-9351 or e-mail rcc@revelstoke.ca More information to come in the next Leisure Guide.

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REVELSTOKE MUSEUM & ARCHIVES “Celebrating Our History” The Revelstoke Museum & Archives features two floors of exhibits, archives & reference room, a gift shop, and a public garden. We are wheelchair accessible to the first floor. We would be happy to assist you with photograph reproductions & home searches from our archives and to arrange children’s programs and guided group tours. Join us every other Wednesday (or as scheduled) for a talk on local history from 12:15 to 12:45. Bring your bag lunch. Coffee and cookies are provided. $5 per person. Mt. Revelstoke National Park September 19th The Holtens and the Hamiltons- Pioneer Families October 3rd (Please note extra week between sessions) October 24th Beaton November 7th Revelstoke before the Great War November 21st 1912 Part 2 First Tracks- The History of Skiing in Revelstoke December 5th Curators Favourite Stories/Brown Bag Christmas Party December 19th

Nostalgia Walking Tour: Saturday, September 22 at 2:00 pm starting at the museum. We will discover Revelstoke’s

downtown from the memories of long-time residents. If you’ve lived here a long time, come with your stories to share. If you’re a newer resident, come to discover the vibrant history of Revelstoke’s downtown core.

First Tracks: The History of Skiing in Revelstoke

Join us in early December to celebrate the launch of our book and exhibit on the history of skiing in Revelstoke. The book will be available for pre-order starting in October and will be printed by December. Details on the launch event will be announced later

Christmas Traditions: An Australian Christmas

Saturday, December 15th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Wear your beach clothes to our annual Christmas Traditions event as we celebrate Christmas in Australia. We’ll have crafts and activities for children of all ages, including the popular cookie-decorating station. $4 per child. Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm School and group tours available by appointment Call for curriculum themed tours and activities

General Interest

Brown Bag History:

Check out the museum website to read our blog and follow our page on Facebook! 315 First Street West. P.O. Box 1908 Revelstoke, B.C. V0E 2S0 Ph: 250-837-3067 info@revelstokemuseum.ca Fax: 250-837-3094 www.revelstokemuseum.ca

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Volunteer Food will be available at 10:00pm Tutors for an additional $5 Needed GRAB YOUR TICKETS BY 8PM

Adult Literacy Volunteer Tutor Program

Literacy JANUARYAdult 26, 2013 Volunteer Tutor Program

Okanagan College Revelstoke

Okanagan College Revelstoke

The Adult Literacy – Volunteer Tutoring Program is a free and confidential one-to-one tutoring program offered to individuals 19 years and older who want to improve their basic reading, writing, math, English language and/or fundamental computer skills.

The Adult Literacy – Volunteer Tutoring Program is a free and confidential one-to-one tutoring program offered to individuals 19 years and older who want to improve This is a fundraiser for the their basic reading, writing, math, English language and/or SELKIRK SADDLE CLUB fundamental computer skills.

A non-profit organization

Silent Auction – Bunny Bingo (50/50) Volunteer Tutor Information Night October PLEASE BRING CASH OR16 at 7 p.m.

Volunteer Tutor Information Night October 16 at 7 p.m.

POWDER SPRINGS INN DOWNTOWN REVELSTOKE ACCOMMODATION GREAT BRITISH RESTAURANT AND PUB www.powdersprings.ca

1800 991 4455 200 Third St west

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For more or to get involved: Tickets are available at information the Contact: Megan Shandro Community Center or through club members Email mshandro@okanagan.bc.ca LN1809

For more information or to get involved: Contact: Megan Shandro Email mshandro@okanagan.bc.ca Or call 250 837 4235 ext. 6504

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Grant Leiterman Professional Sound and Lighting services available for Special Events ~Concert Grade Equipment ~

~ Small Town Prices~

Grant Leiterman, Owner Call for availability and quotes Ph.: 250-814-1757 Email: grantrev@telus.net


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Box 2655, 320 Wilson Street, Revelstoke, BC. V0E 2S0 250 814 0261 info@revelstokevisualarts.com Looking for an art class this Fall?

We will be offering a variety of jewellery making classes including silver clay with Dana Cloghesy, clay bead and pendant making with Tanis Rebbetoy and beading with Patti Shonik. There are also painting and drawing classes with Barbara Maye as well as pottery and silk painting. Check out our website www.revelstokevisualarts.com

EXHIBITIONS SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER

Revelstoke Railway Museum

The 2012 Handmade Parade is scheduled for Saturday November 17th and Sunday November 18th. Please send an email to Garry if you are interested in taking part, with a subject ‘Handmade Parade’. info@revelstokeartscouncil.com http://revelstokeartscouncil.com

Revelstoke Fellowship Baptist Church 1806 Colbeck Rd., 250-837-9414

Travelling Exhibit: Railway Witnesses, 175 years of Rail Travel On display until Sept. 16, 2012

Fall Hours (until Nov. 1): 9 - 5pm Daily

Sunday Worship

10:30 am. At the same time, Summit Kids (birth to Grade 4) provides child-focused Bible teaching and activities.

Life Groups

Meeting throughout the week

Stoked Youth (Grades 8-12)

Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00 pm and monthly Friday night events

Highway 57

Thursdays from 7:00-8:15 pm

Updated website: Same address, great new look! 250-837-6060 ▪ railway@telus.net

www.railwaymuseum.com

(Grades 5-7)

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14th September-5th October Main Gallery Jennifer Hedge : The Landscape Reflected Side Gallery 1 Rachel Kelly Recent Works Side Gallery 2: Anything Goes 3D Side Gallery 3: Peter Blackmore:Fabulous Light 12th October – 2nd November Main Gallery: Chloe Juwon Kim My Revelstoke: Four Season’s Beauty Side Gallery 1: Barbara Maye: The Subtle Body Side Galleries 2&3: The Bugaboos (Exhibit from Golden Art Gallery) 9th November – 1st December Main Gallery: Up Close!Flora and Fauna of Mount Revelstoke Side Galleries 1&2:Best of Banff Photgraphic Side Gallery 3:Teria Davies Deviant Abstraction 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th December Gifts from the Gallery

Concert Series

September 27th- Kamloops Symphony Orchestra at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) October 30th- James Keelaghan also at RPAC November 15th- Ballet Kelowna (RPAC) January 17th- The Breakmen (RPAC) February 7th- Abba Again (TBA) March 6th- Rita Chiarelli (RPAC) April 13th- Robert Post - Mackenzie’s Restaurant

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REVELSTOKE SERVICE CLUBS For the fall edition, we wanted to highlight our service clubs in Revelstoke. Many of these organizations have been here for decades, contributing not only services, but donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to a variety of local charities, families, and youth sports. They are an integral part of our community that we should recognize and support by becoming a member to ensure we have them here for many more years to come…. Revelstoke Lions Club was chartered on January 15th,

1966 with 22 members. Two of these charter members are still with us today. Like many service clubs, the Lions put on an array of fundraising projects in order to give resources back for community projects and families. Our Lions have supported CNIB Guide dogs, Cops for kids, Food Bank, Scholarships, LCIF disaster fund, Juvenile diabetes, Easter seal house, Crime Stoppers, Royal Canadian Legion, D.A.R.E, Arthritis society, local minor sports, Heart & Stroke, Bowl for Kids, Lions Vision Centre, and Revelstoke Museum to name a few!

Lions Clubs – Ready to Help, Worldwide

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.

The World's Largest Service Club Organization

Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world's largest service club organization. We're also one of the most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet. Mission Statement: Our mission is to contribute to the needs and well being of the community by promoting fellowship, integrity and commitment among members through Lionism. Meetings are held 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7:00pm at Castle Hall 201 3rd St. West. For more information on the Lions, or to join Contact President Buddy Rozander 250-837-3346

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Happy 100th Elks Canada! September 26th, 1912- 2012

"Elks ...100 Years of Caring for Canadian Communities"

Revelstoke Elks have been in our community for 62 years, since1960. The Elks

Provincially, there are four Elks Recreational Children’s camps which are FREE for children to attend! Their purpose is to provide camping facilities for underprivileged, handicapped and special needs children as well as other groups of children who would not otherwise be able to attend a camp. Currently the average is about 4000 children who use the camps annually. All of the camps are provided free of charge to organized children’s groups, are handicapped accessible and available 12 months of the year. Nationally, supported is the Elks & Royal Purple Fund for Children .Money from the Fund may be used to purchase hearing aids, auditory trainers, medicine, crutches, braces, technical aids, books and many other items required by a needy child including transportation or food and lodging for children to be treated or assessed medically in Canada. Any person may make an application for assistance by contacting their nearest Elks or Royal Purple Lodge. The Elks of Canada is largest ALL CANADIAN charitable fraternal organization in Canada! Meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday of each month (except July & August) 7:00pm at the Seniors Centre and anyone is welcome to attend. For more information or to become a member contact: President George Hopkins 837-6551 or any elk member Clancy Boettegar 837- 4126 Gary 837-3003 Gary Krestinsky Kristinski 837-3003

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contribute towards many different charitable organizations, locally, provincially and nationally. Our beautiful Queen Elizabeth playground and City Preschool playground were both supplied to us through the Elks. Local Revelstoke families in need have had generous support from our Elks as well as our Minor sports teams. Every year you will see our Elks members in town on the Heart & Stroke Big Bike for this fundraising event.

If you know of someone or something great in Revelstoke that you would like to nominate for our Neighborhood Highlights, feel free to get in touch. Contact: Meghan MacIsaac rcc@revelstoke.ca or Ph. 250-837-9351

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Programming with Parks Recreation & Culture

Do you have a skill or talent and would like to teach or run a program with us through the Community Centre?

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We have different programming opportunities to make it work best for you! Please find the programming information below, and be sure to get in touch if you have any inquiries.

The following Instructor / City fee ratios are offered: 75% of program Revenue to Instructor(s) 25% to City – This includes Leisure Guide

advertising, registration, facility usage, and photocopying.

85% of program revenue to Instructor(s) 15 % to City – This includes Leisure Guide

advertising, registration, and minimal photocopying.

90% of program revenue to Instructor(s) 10% to City – This includes registration only, Leisure Guide advertising to be paid by the Instructor, no facility usage or photocopying. BROCHURE PRICING If you have a program you would like to advertise in the Leisure Guide, prices are below. Business Size 1/4 page 1/2 page Full page INSIDE Back page 1/2 Back page FULL (All prices include HST)

$75.00 $90.00 $120.00 $240.00 $275.00 $500.00

For more information regarding our programming opportunities please contact: Meghan MacIsaac - Recreation Facility & Program Coordinator Ph.: (250)837-9351 or E-mail: rcc@revelstoke.ca

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Advertising Kit and Ad Specifications Parks, Recreation & Culture Department

Box 170, 600 Campbell Ave Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0 Phone: (250) 837-9351 Fax: (250) 837-9355

The Department of Parks Recreation and Culture Leisure Guide is distributed through the mail and can be picked up at the Community & Aquatic Centre. The interactive online version can be viewed on the City of Revelstoke website www.cityofrevelstoke.com. All dimensions are in

Box Sizes

Full Page 8.5" x 11"

Half Page

1/4 Page

8.5" x 5.5"

4.25" x 5.5"

Inside page $240

Inside page $120

Back pg full colour $500

Back pg full colour $275

Business Card 3.5" x 2"

Cost $90

Cost $75

Not For Profit We are happy to extend a special discount to recognized charitable organizations. Please contact us for more details Files Accepted

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inches, width X height. We will adjust the sizes as need be to fit the page. No bleeds on full page ads.

We accept pre-designed ads in the following format: adobe Acorobat PDF (all fonts embedded) Colours must be converted to the CMYK (or greyscale if advertising in Black & White). Files should be at least 200dpi. Files can be emailed directly to rcc@revelstoke.ca Contact Meghan MacIsaac Recreation & Facility Program Coordinator Phone: 250 837 9352 ext 277 E mail: rcc@revelstoke.ca

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Hello Revelstoke...welcome back to another Fall season! It has been a privilege for our church to serve this community for the last 70 years. The Revelstoke Alliance Church is made up of people from all over this community who are from many different backgrounds and walks of life. No matter where you are or what season of life you find yourself in, you are welcome here. Sincerely, Pastor Matthew Carter

How to find us: 1559 Illecillewaet Rd

Sunday Morning Church Services EVERY 2ND AND 4TH SUNDAY OF THE MONTH @ 10:30am

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To Ski Hill

To Equestrian Park Ilecillewaet

If you are interested in attending church on Saturday evenings, please go to our web site at www.revelstokealliance.com for Saturday evening service times.

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Senior Pastor: Rev. Matthew Carter

You h Contact Information: Sunday Night Impact

*MUSIC* *DANCING* *SINGING* *GAMES* *BIBLE STORIES* *CRAFTS* *PRIZES* *SNACKS* WHEN: Every 2nd and 4th Sunday (beginning September 23rd, 2012) Time: 4:30pm —6:00 pm WHO? 4 years old to grade 6 WHERE: Revelstoke Alliance Church (1559 Illecillewaet Road) COST: FREE

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If you have any questions or would like more information please contact the Alliance Church Office by: Phone: 250-837-4008 Email: revalliance@telus.net

Join us on Facebook

or visit our web site:

revelstokealliance.com

Gr 7-12

We meet every 2nd & 4th Sunday and twice a month we plan a weekend event!

Sunday Night Impact

Music, interactive discussions, small groups and FOOD are what we do on Sunday nights! When: Every 2nd & 4th Sunday (beginning September 23rd, 2012) Where:Alliance Church Time: 4:30pm—6:00pm

Weekend Activities

Gym nights, outdoor games, bowling, Rake’ n’ Run, The Great Escape, Gorgon, Christmas Party, Mission Impossible, 30 Hour Famine, food bank drive, Tobogganing…...


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Clubs / Associations ATTENTION: RECREATION CLUBS - If your contact person has changed, please let us know at 250-837-9351. REV. BEAR AWARE - Janette Vickers 837-8624 REV. COMMUNITY BAND - Dennis Gray 837-6573 REV. DANCE CENTRE - Jennifer Crockford 837-3776 REV. FAIR TRADE - Susan Knight 837-6424 REV. FOOTBALL CLUB - Competitive Travel League - Sergio Spataro 837-0010 REV. GOLF CLUB - John Franks 837-4276 REV. JR. CURLING CLUB 837-2948 REV. MINOR SOFTBALL - Rosalina Sihlis 837-4869 REV. MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY http://revelstokemulticulturalsociety.com/ REV. MUSEUM & ARCHIVES - Cathy English 837-3067 REV. NORDIC SKI CLUB - Dave Kaegi 837-5784 REV. QUILTERS GUILD - Irene Scarcella 837-4354 REV. HIGHLANDERS PIPE BAND Louiss Fleming-Dubasov 837-6385 REV. REMOTE CONTROL CLUB Ken Kuschner 837-6130 REV. ROLLER DERBY ASSOC. - Stephanie Ells 814-8909 REV. SKI CLUB - Mark Schwenck 837-9431 REV. THEATRE COMPANY Lyn & Denny Kaulback 837-3687 REV. RACQUET DEN SQUASH CLUB Kevin Dorrius 837-3699 REV. ROD & GUN - Gary Krestinsky 837-3003 REV. VISUAL ARTS CENTRE Jackie Pendergast 814-0261 SCOUTS CANADA - Clara Maltby 837-5845 (Beavers, Cubs, Scouts) SELKIRK SADDLE CLUB - Kelly Richards 814-8554 SENIOR CITIZENS ASSOCIATION OF B.C. Redge Broughton 837-5437 SOCCER - ADULT MEN - Patrick Roche 837-4655 - Peter Neilson 814-3027 SOCCER - YOUTH www.revsoccer.com SNOWMOBILE CLUB - Greg Byman 837-9479 SNOWMOBILE SOCIETY - Office 837-3325 TEEN PROGRAMS - Community Connections 837-2920 TOASTMASTERS - Michelle Cole 837-5445 T.O.P.S. - Rose Piatelli 837-4301 TREES FOR TOTS - Linda Beerling 837-6024 VINTAGE CAR CLUB - Dennis Berarducci 837-5528 WINEMAKERS GUILD - Mike Dragani 837-9418 Copies of the Recreation Clubs list and other service groups are available at the Revelstoke Community Centre 837-9351.

Clubs / Associations

ALPINE RUNNERS CLUB Crystal Robichau 837-6291 ext. 221 ATV CLUB - Tom Kohlman 837-4836 ART COUNCIL - Gary Pendergast 837-5125 BADMINTON - Bobbie Doebert 837-3504 BOWLING - Agnes Kowalsuk 837-2144 BOXING - Sam LeRose 837-6619 CADETS - Kelly Rienks 837-3808 CANOE/KAYAK - Brendan Ginter 814-8141 CAR SHARE - Michelle Cole 837-5445 COLUMBIA VALLEY SKATEBOARD ASSOC. Eric Thomson 837-2895 CURLING CLUB - Brian LeCompte 837-2948 CYCLING ASSOCIATION - Keith McNab 837-5910 FARM & CRAFT MARKET -Herman Brums 250-838-7447 FIGURE SKATING - Cathy Cameron Suchy 837-5556 FRIENDS OF MT. REV/GLACIER - Office 837-2010 GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY - John Meade 837-6440 GIRLS GUIDES OF CANADA 1-800-565-8111 (Brownies, Girl Guides, Pathfinders, Rangers) GRIZZLY JR. B HOCKEY CLUB - Rylan Ferster 837-5588 HOCKEY (Women’s) - Whitney Kendrick 837-7987 HOCKEY (Minor) - Kevin Grimm 837-4488 HOCKEY (Old Timer’s) - Mark Davis 837-4696 HOCKEY (Recreational) - Randy Driediger 814-1000 ITALIAN CANADIAN CLUB - Frank Pupo 837-3867 JUST FOR KICKS DANCE STUDIO Patty Fleming 250-832-9649 JUDO CLUB - Cornelius Suchy 837-5556 KARATE (Shotokan) - Chic Sharp 837-4884 LACROSSE - Tammy Viznaugh 837-2775 - Dwayne Bellerose 837-7493 LAKE REVELSTOKE DRAGON BOAT SOCIETY - Ginger Shoji 837-4129 MASTER’S SWIM CLUB - Rosemary Kelsall 837-7081 MODEL RAILROAD CLUB - Greg Brule 837-9375 MT. BEGBIE RIFFLE & PISTOL CLUB - Ian Hill 837-9535 NANCY GREENE SKI LEAGUE - Karyn Molder 837-2914 NORTH COLUMBIA ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY - Hailey Ross 837-3116 NORDIC SKI LEAGUE - Ian Brown (Children’s Cross Country Skiing) 837-2063 REV. ACROBATS TRAMPOLINE/TUMBLING 837-5895 REV. AQUADUCKS SWIM CLUB Connie Pfeiffer 837-6152

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Calendar of Events 2012 April - Mid September

Women’s Mountain Bike Ride - Tuesdays

April - November

Pedal & Pint Bike Ride - Thursdays

May - October

Farmer’s Market every Saturday

September 1, 2, 3

82nd Annual Labour Day Golf Tournament

Revelstoke Golf Course

September 5

Fall Programs Mass Registration Evening

Revelstoke Community Centre

September 8 & 9

Little Bear Soccer Tournament

September 9

Mount Revelstoke Steamer

Mt. Revelstoke National Park

September 16

31st Annual Terry Fox Run

Powder Springs Inn Parking Lot

September 22

Rotary Club Fall Harvest & Dance

September 23

RCU Grizzly Bear Run

October 13

Volunteer Fair

October 25 - 28

Bear Den Classic Squash Tournament

November

Revelstoke Theatre Company Production

November TBA

4th Annual Snowflake Wine Festival

November 3

Revelstoke Business Excellence Awards

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Meet at Flowt

Enjoy a great night of Mountain Biking with just the ladies - for all abilities. Time: 5:45 pm. Contact: Teresa at 250-837-4044. Facebook page as well for updates.

Meet at Rec Centre

Mountain Biking for Dudes of all abilities, and then a pint at the Revelstoke Community Centre. Time: 6:00 pm. Contact: Brent Strand at 250-837-5532

Grizzly Plaza

Take a stroll around Grizzly Plaza and enjoy handmade local goods, goodies and fresh produce while sipping a local cup of coffee! Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm Contact: revelstoke.market@gmail.com Both Men and Women compete for over $5000 in prizes in Long Drive and KP (Divisions), wine reception, corn roast, plus great lunches at the Golf Course too! As well as a Seniors Competition. Contact: www.revelstokegolfclub.com Join us for one evening of Registration for all Fall Programs. You will be able to see what programs are available in Revelstoke and sign up for everything at once. Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. E-mail: rcc@revelstoke.ca to register a table.

Various Fields

Join 35-40 teams coming from Alberta, the Kootenays, Okanagan, Shuswap & Williams Lake. We will hold a fun skills competition on Saturday night for penalty shots and ball juggling. This tournament is a great way to wind up your season! Contact: Alan Chell at 250-837-2965. E-mail: achell@live.com Come out and bike a whopping 27km and soar to heights of 1600m. Contact: Flowt at 250-837-4044. Website: www.flowt.org (click on “Hill Climb 2012”)

Registration: 8:00 am - 11:00 am. Run Start: 8:00 am. Event Closes: 2:00 pm 10km suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Revelstoke Community Centre Queen Elizabeth Park

Come out for our 5km or 12km community fun run and BBQ. Bring the family for live music, fitness, food and prizes! The new route starts from Queen Elizabeth Park at 9:00 am. For more information visit: www.revcu.com or contact Crystal Robichaud at 250-837-6291 ext. 221 E-mail: grizzlybearrun@revcu.com Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Contact: Jill Zacharias at 250-814-3875

Revelstoke Community Centre Bear Den Raquet Club

Make sure to register in advance for this event! This annual squash tournament attracts many of the top squash players from the BC Interior. Local play begins on Thursday, October 25. Players from out-of-town begin on Friday evening. The event continues on Saturday, with the finals taking place Sunday in the early afternoon. Free for spectators. Contact: Kevin Dorrius at 250-837-3699. The theatre company will be doing two one acts in November. More details to be announced. Put on by the Alpine Ski Club, this festival brings in wineries from throughout the Okanagan. There will be food available and great wines to sample or buy! Enjoy all this event has to offer and don’t miss the Silent Auction!! Time: 6:00 pm. Contact: Chamber of Commerce at 837-5345 E-mail: info@revelstokechamber.com

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Calendar of Events 2012 November 3

St. Peter’s Christmas Tea & Bake Sale

November 4

Revelstoke Ski Club Ski Swap

November 5

Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club Members Night

November 9 - December 1

Revelstoke Visual Arts Exhibits

Up Close! Flora and Fauna of Mt. Revelstoke exhibit. Best of Banff Photographic. Teria Davies deviant Abstraction.

November 17 & 18

Handmade Parade & Craft Extravaganza

November 19

Catholic Church Tea & Bazaar

Mt. MacPherson Ski Trails, Hwy 23 S

Come join us at the Clubhouse at the trailhead of Mt. MacPherson Cross Country Ski Area. Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm. Contact: debi@apexrafting.com

Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre

Revelstoke Community Centre

This annual Handmade Parade Craft Fair brings together local artisans from the Columbia, Kootenay and Okanagan regions of BC. Visitors to the Handmade Parade can find unique gifts just in time for Christmas as this event is always the 3rd weekend of November. If you are an artisan interested in showcasing your work, please contact Arts Council Executive Director, Garry Pendergast for more information on how you can participate. E-mail: info@revelstokeartscouncil.com

Catholic Church Hall

United Church Women’s Tea & Bazaar

United Church

Contact: Joy Knecht at 250-837-3198

December 5

Senior Christmas Banquet

Revelstoke Community Centre

December 10

Revelstoke Christmas Farm & Craft Market

Revelstoke Community Centre

Contact: Ruth Boettger at 250-837-4126 Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm. Contact: revelstoke.market@gmail.com

We We live live in in bear bearcountry! country! Please take responsibility Please for yourtake bearresponsibility attractants. for your bear attractants.

Keepyour yourgarbage garbagesecurely securelystored storedinside insideaalocked, locked,secure securebuilding building •● Keep untilgarbage garbageday. day. until ● Ensureany anyfruit fruityou youhave haveon onyour yourproperty propertyisispicked, picked,and andfallen fallen • Ensure fruit is removed from the ground. fruit is removed from the ground. Securebirdseed, birdseed,livestock livestockfeed, feed,or orpet petfood foodin inaaplace placenot notaccessible accessible •● Secure to bears. to bears.

Together we can create a safe, BEAR AWARE community. Together we can create a safe, BEAR AWARE community. Revelstoke Bear Aware Revelstoke Bear Aware 250-837-8624 www.revelstokebearaware.org 250-837-8624 beaware@telus.net www.revelstokebearaware.org beaware@telus.net

Calendar of Events

December 1

Revelstoke Community Centre

Commission: 20% - Cash Sales Only - No backpacks permitted in multipurpose Room. **NEW and PRE-OWNED GEAR AVAILABLE** Contact: Mark Schwenck at 250-837-9431

St. Peter’s Church

Contact: 250-837-3275

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Looking for a place to get married next Fall...

The City of Revelstoke has beautiful Park spaces for ceremonies, with a large facility available for receptions.

Contact us today at 250-837-9351 rcc@revelstoke.ca Fall 2012

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Fall Leisure Guide 2012  

Revelstoke Department of Parks Recreation & Culture guide for programs, classes and events.

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