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TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMUNITY CENTRE 3-9

AQUATIC CENTRE 11-23

CHILDREN AND YOUTH 24-30

SPORTS AND PARKS 31-41

ARTS AND CULTURE 42-47

CONTACT US

600 Campbell Avenue

250-837-9351 prc@revelstoke.ca

www.revelstoke.ca

@RevelstokeParksandRec

City of Revelstoke - Parks, Recreation and Culture

NEXT LEISURE GUIDE

Winter 2022/23

All advertisements for upcoming events, programs,

or businesses are due no later than:

Monday October 31, 2022

The winter publication will run from:

January 1 - April 30, 2023

For information, contact:

Meghan MacIsaac

Recreation Facility & Program Coordinator

250-837-9351 Ext. #4 prc@revelstoke.ca

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Laurie Donato

Department

Director

Meghan MacIsaac

Facility & Program

Coordinator

Nikki Maddison

Aquatic Centre

Supervisor

MEET OUR STAFF

Troy Biggs

Buildings

Maintenance Supervisor

Valene Kolt

Parks/Arena

Foreman

Emily Federico

E.C.E.

Supervisor

2022 Statutory Holidays

WE ARE CLOSED

November 11 th

December 25 th

December 26 th

Remembrance Day

Christmas Day

Boxing Day

REGISTRATION

Program Registrations

*Payment is due at the time of registration.

*All prices include GST for PRC Programs.

1. Online Registration: www.revelstoke.ca

2. Phone: 250-837-9351

Credit cards are accepted via phone by our

friendly and accommodating staff.

3. In Person: 600 Campbell Ave, Revelstoke

Community Centre.

4. Email: prc@revelstoke.ca with details and

we can set you up accordingly.

Don’t Wait….Register Early!

We recommend program registrations be made at

least one week prior to the class. Sometimes

excellent courses are cancelled if everyone waits

until the last minute to register. To avoid

disappointment, please don’t leave your registration

too late!

Program Refunds

The Revelstoke Parks, Recreation & Culture

Department wants you to enjoy your recreation

experience. If you must cancel, a $15 cancellation

fee will apply.

There is no fee to transfer to another program or

class. Refunds are not given after the program

begins unless circumstances are beyond the

individual’s control. Full refunds are given if the

Revelstoke Parks, Recreation & Culture

Department cancels the program.

Please Note

• Some refunds may take up to three weeks to

process.

• Online processing fees cannot be refunded.

Membership Refund Policy

Aquatic and Fitness memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable. There is a one week

grace period to upgrade your membership. Refunds may be given for medical reasons.

NOTICE: We are no longer accepting paper punch card memberships for Fitness and Aquatic Centre use.

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Get your FREE membership with:

• Identification, and

• Proof of a local mailing address

Sign up online at: www.orl.bc.ca

Free services for members and non-members:

• Children & adult programs & events

• Internet access: 4 computers & Wi-Fi

• Printing, scanning and photocopying

• Digital Resources

• Exam proctoring

For programs & event details, visit:

www.orl.bc.ca/branches/revelstoke or

Contact us: 250-937-5095 / revelstoke@orl.bc.ca

Hours of Operation:

MONDAY:

TUESDAY:

WEDNESDAY:

THURSDAY:

FRIDAY:

SATURDAY:

SUNDAY:

CLOSED

1:00pm - 8:00pm

1:00pm - 8:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

CLOSED

Medical Bus:

250-837-3888

Tuesdays: Salmon Arm/Kamloops

Wednesdays: Vernon/Kelowna

Community Centre Stop Departs at Precisely 8am

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FACILITY INFORMATION

Meeting Room Rentals:

We offer a variety of different meeting rooms for

various uses such as workshops, business

meetings, tutoring and both

formal and informal gatherings.

Rates vary according to

requirements with both hourly

and daily rates available.

Hall Rentals:

The Community Centre offers an excellent

facility for banquets, weddings, tradeshows,

large meetings, and conferences that can

accommodate up to 400 people banquet-style.

Room bookings are subject to approval

depending on floor plans and type of

reservation. A full commercial kitchen is

available with a roll up bar window. We provide

staging, chairs, tables, (banquet-style or round)

A/V and sound systems, internet connection

and large pull-down screens. Limited Wi-Fi

throughout the building is also available.

Meeting Room Options:

We have two different rooms to rent and can

accommodate groups from 5 to 45 people.

Tables and chairs are included in the rental.

A/V is available for an extra charge.

Weddings:

We offer beautiful, scenic

riverside and park space for

weddings. Wedding

bookings should be made at

least 6 months to 1 year in

advance to be guaranteed.

Dance Studio:

We have a beautifully finished

dance studio complete with

mirrored walls and wooden

sprung floor. Come host a

dance or fitness class.

For more information or to

make a reservation, please contact us:

250-837-9351 prc@revelstoke.ca

Janitorial Costs:

All room rentals/contracts that require a set up

are subject to a $30 per hour per janitor set up

and take down fee. Additional cleaning and

janitorial cost may be added to contracts and

bookings based on the room booking

requirements and duration of the booking.

Deposits & Cancellations:

All large bookings for meeting rooms require a

contract and $250 deposit. Kitchen rentals also

require a separate contract and $200 deposit.

In order to receive a full deposit refund, a

minimum of 14 days’ notice must be provided.

For cancellations received less than 2 weeks

before the booked date, one half of the deposit

is forfeited. Less than 1 week notice and the

entire deposit is forfeited. In-kind bookings who

forfeit their meeting room will be subject to a

$15 administration fee. A $15 administration

charge will also be applied to any cancellation

where less than 2 weeks’ notice is given.

Equipment Rentals:

Hosting a special event at home? We have

table cloths, tables and chairs to rent for the

occasion!

Commercial Kitchen Rentals:

We have a large commercial kitchen available

to rent. There are four ovens, two stove tops,

two flat tops, and a dishwasher. It is fully

equipped with pots, pans, and place settings.

Rentals are based on a daily rate.

Note: It is mandatory for at least one person to

have a Food Safe Certificate. If you are serving

hot prepared food to the public you will require

a temporary food service permit through Interior

Health.

Visit: https://www.interiorhealth.ca/

YourEnvironment/FoodSafety/Pages/

Permits.aspx

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

FOR RECREATION AND CULTURE PROGRAMS

The City of Revelstoke Parks, Recreation & Culture Department believes that every child should have

the opportunity to enjoy and play sports. Research shows that participation in recreation improves

health, life skills, teamwork, socialization and goal setting in children and youth.. We want to make sure

you know about the opportunities available to ensure all children have access to recreation and cultural

activities...

JumpStart:

COR Recreation Passes:

The City of Revelstoke, through Council support,

offers free annual recreation passes and 50%

subsidy on certain recreation programs to low

Income residents. Look for the above heart

logo labelled on programs that qualify for this

assistance.

Please contact Community Connections to

determine your eligibility.

250-837-2920

info@community-connections.ca

KidSport BC:

The KidSport concept was hatched in 1993 by

board and staff at Sport BC as a way to help

address the challenges faced by many families

when registering their children in organized sport.

Their mission is to remove financial barriers that

prevent children from playing organized sports!

Check online for more information and how to

apply. www.kidsportcanada.ca/british-columbia/

apply-for-assistance/ or call: 604-333-3434

Jumpstart gives kids a sporting chance.

Participating in sport not only helps the

physical and social well-being, but helps build

self-esteem. By helping kids get into the game,

we are equipping them with determination.

This confidence goes beyond practices and

games. No kid should be left on the side lines

but in Canada 1 in 3 families cannot afford to

enroll their kids in organized sports. Jumpstart

is here to help. Families requiring assistance

need to fill out the application before the fees

are due, as money goes directly to the

organization. Applications can be submitted

from January 1 - November 1. Check online for

application forms and more information or call:

1-844-YES-PLAY.

https://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/pages/apply

Revelstoke’s Youth Access Fund

(YA Fund):

This fund was established to ensure all youth

have equal opportunity to participate in

sports, recreation, arts and culture programs,

events and activities. The YA fund was

designed to help remove financial barriers

(including registration fees, equipment,

transportation and other costs associated with

participation), for youth from low and modest

income families to participate in activities that

they would otherwise not be able to.

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YOUTH ACCESS FUND

The Stoke Youth Network was designed by youth for youth, focused on increasing opportunities for meaningful youth engagement in Revelstoke!

Background & Program Summary

Revelstoke’s Youth Access Fund, (YA Fund) was established in 2014 as a way to ensure all youth have equal

opportunity to participate in sports, recreation, arts and cultural programs, events and activities. The YA Fund is

designed to help remove financial barriers, (including registration fees, equipment, transportation and other costs

associated with participation), for youth from low and modest income families to participate in activities that they

would otherwise not be able to do.

Participant Eligibility

Youth between the age of 6-19 years old, who are residents of Revelstoke and whose family exhibit financial need

are eligible. Financial need is defined as any family that falls below the Revelstoke Living Wage income of $75,000

(before tax) and $60,000 (after-tax). Youth from families with a modest income that exceed the value outlined

above and who are experiencing need as a result of unforeseen financial circumstances or family difficulty may also

qualify for a full or partial subsidy (e.g. job layoff or illness of a parent, family separation, crisis, etc.).

Referral Process

To access the fund, a potential participant, parent, or guardian should contact one of the following agencies:

Community Connections

Revelstoke Society

Child Care Resource

& Referral (CCRR)

Ministry of Children &

Family Development

School District #19

250-837-2920

Contact: Megan Shandro (ext.25)

mshandro@community-connections.ca

250-837-6669

Contact: Linda Chell

revelstokeccrr@live.ca

250-837-7612

Contact: Melonie Jensen

melonie.jensen@gov.bc.ca

Contact your

local school Principal

(during the school year)

Working in Partnership - Building the Fund

Working in partnership is key in ensuring youth have access to positive and meaningful recreation activities.

Individuals, businesses, and groups wishing to contribute to the Youth Access Fund are encouraged to do so by

making a direct donation to the City of Revelstoke, (Re: Youth Access Fund). Donations can be dropped of at the

Community Centre, Parks and Recreation Department.

Questions

To find out more about the YA Fund or if you have any questions in general, please contact the Youth Liaison,

Leslie Hogg via the Stoke Youth Network by emailing: info@stokeyouthnetwork.ca

Acknowledgements

Thank you for the generous support from the community of Revelstoke, the Revelstoke Community Foundation,

Community Futures Revelstoke, the Columbia Basin Trust and all other Youth Access Fund partners!

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FITNESS CENTRE

We have a Fitness Centre for your use before or

after your swim. Our fitness equipment includes

treadmills, elliptical machines, and bicycles.

A universal gym and free weights are also

available. Admission rates are the same as the

Aquatic Centre or you can purchase a combined

pass for extra savings. Our fitness centre is open

during pool closures and available for use before or

after you swim!

**Children under the age of 13 are not permitted

in the gym without adult supervision.**

Fitness Centre

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday

Saturday

Sunday

8:30am - 7:00pm

10.00am - 5:30pm

CLOSED

Electronic Punch Passes

Electronic Punch Passes can be used for both the Aquatic Centre and the Fitness Centre.

Scan in and easily reload your membership card when you’re all out! The 12 punch pass

expires one year after the date of purchase.

Please follow these rules:

• Capacity is limited to an occupancy

of 10.

• Clean, dry, indoor shoes are

mandatory.

• Leave outdoor shoes on the mat

outside the centre on the mat

provided.

• Return equipment to its proper

location and wipe down all

equipment after use.

• Food is not permitted.

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SENIORS

T.I.M.E. PROGRAM

Purpose

T.I.M.E (Together in Movement & Exercise)

This is a licensed program designed to

counteract the cycle of decline in mobility.

The ongoing access to physical activity and

health promotion is essential. This unique

partnership between Interior health and the

Parks, Recreation & Culture department has

been established to pool resources and

provide an exercise program for people with

2 Classes Per Week

Date/Time: Monday & Wednesday - 10:30am-11:30am

Cost: FREE (12 classes)

**Please note that this program does have certain mobility criteria to participate.

Fall Session:

October 24 - December 14

To participate in this program, you must be referred by a doctor, physio or health care

professional. People may self refer if any spots are left available. Inquire at the Community

Centre.

SUPER SENIOR PASS

All Seniors 80+ receive

FREE annual

memberships to the

Aquatic & Fitness

Centre.

Revelstoke Senior’s Centre

The Revelstoke Senior Citizens’ Association offers

programming, activities and a welcoming community for

those 65+.

“Come down to play some billiards!”

Location: 603 Connaught Avenue

Contact: (250) 837-9456

email: revelstokeseniors603@gmail.com

www.revelstokeseniors.ca

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AQUATIC CENTRE

Come join us at the Aquatic Centre for some fun and relaxation all year round. Along with friendly staff,

we have a 25-metre pool offering lane swimming, a leisure pool with a lazy river, diving board, wild

water slide, hot tub, sauna, steam room and climbing wall.

The Aquatic Centre is a great place for family fun, exercise, relaxation, and physiotherapy.

For more information, contact us:

250-837-9351

aquatic@revelstoke.ca

For our most up-to-date schedule and list of amenities, please visit: www.revelstoke.ca/prc

Click here to view an enlarged version of the schedule.

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Lap Swimming Etiquette 101

Swimmers arriving at a pool should do three things before entering the water:

1. Make note of lane signage (Fast, Medium, Slow, Closed, etc.)

2. Spend a few minutes observing and roughly timing the pace of swimmers already in the pool.

3. Select a lane containing swimmers moving as closely as possible to the pace that one realistically

expects to swim throughout his or her entire workout.

Once you choose a lane, carefully check the position and speed of other swimmers before entering,

preferably to one side of the lane. Incumbent swimmers have an initial right of way and may need a lap or

two to adjust to your presence.

During a swim, swimmers should observe and respect the pace and workout routines of other swimmers

in their lane by:

1. Staying constantly aware of other swimmers’ presence (e.g. Move up a lane if you are constantly

passing swimmers or down a lane if you are constantly being passed).

2. Explicitly informing other swimmers of your intentions (e.g. Gently but distinctly touch the feet of a

swimmer before you pass them. If you get touched, continue to the wall then stop in the corner to let

the faster swimmer pass).

3. Knowing the common lap swimming etiquette (e.g. Allow swimmers doing faster strokes to swim

ahead).

4. Applying common sense at all times (e.g. Share the space as best you can… no one has a right to

“own” a lane indefinitely or insist on their on idiosyncratic rules.)

The nature of lap swimming is incredibly dynamic and can change many times throughout a single

workout. When in doubt, communicate with people in your lane and, if all else fails, ask the lifeguard. It is

not the role of a lifeguard to constantly “police” the lanes, but they are happy to answer questions about

common conventions and provide suggestions for possible solutions.

CHILDREN MUST BE

42" TALL TO USE THE

WATER SLIDE.

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Single Admission Price Combo Fitness/Pool

Under 3 & 80+ FREE N/A

Child 3-12 $3.50 N/A

Teen 13-18 $4.25 $6.25

Adult 19-64 $6.00 $9.00

Senior 65+ $4.25 $6.25

Family $16.00 $23.00

12 x Punch Pass Price Combo Fitness/Pool

Under 3 & 80+ FREE N/A

Child 3-12 $35.00 N/A

Teen 13-18 $42.50 $62.50

Adult 19-64 $60.00 $90.00

Senior 65+ $42.50 $62.50

Family $157.00 $225.00

1 Month Pass Price Combo Fitness/Pool

Under 3 & 80+ FREE N/A

Child 3-12 $35.00 N/A

Teen 13-18 $42.50 $62.50

Adult 19-64 $60.00 $90.00

Senior 65+ $42.50 $62.50

Family $157.00 $225.00

3 Month Pass Price Combo Fitness/Pool

Under 3 & 80+ FREE N/A

Child 3-12 $84.00 N/A

Teen 13-18 $102.00 $150.00

Adult 19-64 $144.00 $216.00

Senior 65+ $102.00 $150.00

Family $367.00 $490.00

6 Month Pass Price Includes:

Under 3 & 80+

FREE

Child 3-12 $148.00

Teen 13-18 $210.00

Adult 19-64 $276.00

Senior 65+ $210.00

Family $605.00

Unlimited access to:

- Aquatic Centre

- Fitness Centre

- Public Skating

SERVICES

Membership Card:

A membership card is printed free of charge when

you purchase your very first membership plan. If

your card is lost or stolen, we charge a replacement

fee of $11.50. Renewing or purchasing a different

type of membership will NOT result in a free reprint.

Your pre-paid card can be reloaded time and

time again.

12 x Punch Pass:

Ask our staff for a PUNCH PASS. After 10 uses

your next 2 visits are FREE. 12 entries for the price

of 10! Expiry: Punch Pass memberships for the

Aquatic and Fitness Centre have a one year expiry

from the date of purchase.

Locker Tokens:

We always recommend locking up your valuables.

One-Time-Use Tokens can be purchased for $1.00.

Special

Private Swim Lessons

Available at $36.00 per ½ hour

2nd person $6.00 extra**

*Swimmers must be only one level ability difference

Call: 250-837-9351 ext. 6

Email: aquatic@revelstoke.ca

Membership holders

receive 50% off tokens

when purchasing 10 or

more!

Annual Pass Price Includes:

Under 3 & 80+

FREE

Child 3-12 $210.00

Teen 13-18 $285.00

Adult 19-64 $392.00

Senior 65+ $285.00

Family $725.00

2 Seniors in Family $490.00

2 Adults in Family $681.00

Unlimited access to:

- Aquatic Centre

- Fitness Centre

- Public Skating

Instructor Opportunity

Are you an experienced aquatic

instructor interested in teaching?

We are always looking for aquatic program

instructors for our annual programs. We are open

to new ideas and lots of energy and enthusiasm.

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS

Revelstoke Aquaducks – Winter Maintenance Program

All new members welcome! This program is an excellent introduction to swim

club. The Fall Maintenance program is a wonderful opportunity to make new

friends, have lots of fun and improve your swimming skills.

** Please note that this session involves fundraising. Fundraising cheques must

be submitted to a board member or the club box prior to swimmers entering the

pool. Your cheques will not be cashed if your fundraising requirement is met.**

Registration:

Watch the Revelstoke Aquaducks Facebook page

for notification of registration through Active Hy-tek

opening in early September or email July Wilkey at

aquaducksregistrar@gmail.com for more information.

Schedule:

Dates:

Where:

*Turtles 3:30-4:00 PM Mon & Wed

(child must be 5 by Dec 31/22)

Juniors 4:00-5:00 PM Mon & Wed

Intermediates 5:00-6:00 PM Mon & Wed

Seniors 7:00-8:00 AM Tues & Thurs

October 3rd to December 9th

(Subject to unexpected pool closure)

Revelstoke Aquatic Centre

Cost: Turtles: $95

Intermediates & Juniors: $125

Seniors: $125

* If you are a new member, there is a required fee for insurance of $45 in

addition to the registration fee

* This program is subject to coaching availability and a required number of

registrants.

* Please note that to join Juniors, your swimmer must be 7 and be able to swim

one length of the pool

* Lane access, in addition to our ability to run the Turtles program, could be

subject to change in accordance with public health and facility

recommendations.

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS

AQUAFIT

Punch Pass: Adult (12 classes) $65

Punch Pass: Teen / Senior (12 classes) $55

Drop in: Adult (per class) $6.50

Drop in: Senior / Teen (per class) $5.50

Please Note: To stay after class

to use the facility you must pay

an additional entrance fee.

Aquafit classes are geared for everyone (ages 13+). This is a safe, low impact

workout in deep or shallow water. Participants can alter intensity to get the work out they are looking for! Enjoy the

challenges and rewards of water workouts at the Aquatic Centre.

Tuesdays and Thursdays

10:00am - 11:00am

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We are excited to offer this NEW Swim For Life program

for swimmers of all ages and abilities.

The Lifesaving Society Swim for Life® program is a comprehensive swim lesson program that

focuses on the development of fundamental swim strokes and skills for learners of all ages and

abilities. Instructors ensure swimmers get lots of in-water practice in every lesson. Swim for Life

includes fun, hands on activities that focus on teaching Water Smart education for the whole

family. Lessons that will last a lifetime!

Parent & Tot Program Overview

Recommended age: 4 months to 3 years old. The Lifesaving Society Parent & Tot lessons structure

in-water interaction between parent and child to stress the importance of play in developing

water-positive attitudes and skills. Activities and progressions are based on child development allowing

parents to register in the level appropriate for their child’s age: 4-12 months, 12-24 months, or 2-3

years.

During this program, one parent or caregiver will be required to be

in the water with the tot (one-to-one ratio).

Parent & Tot 1 – Jellyfish (previously Starfish)

Recommended age: 4-12 months. Parent & Tot 1 provides an orientation to

water for infants and their parent/caregiver. Parents/caregivers will learn how to

swim safely with their infant in the pool through instruction of holds and

supports. Infants will be introduced to getting their face wet, blowing bubbles

and floating with the help of their caregiver.

Parent & Tot 2 – Goldfish (previously Duck)

Recommended age: 12-24 months. Parent & Tot 2 teaches toddlers how to play

in the water safely! They’ll learn how to enter and exit the water with help from

their parent/caregiver and will play games to encourage them to get their face

wet and blow bubbles in the water. Toddlers will also develop floating and kicking

skills with the support of their parent/caregiver.

Parent & Tot 3 – Seahorse (previously Sea Turtle)

Recommended age: 2-3 years. Parent & Tot 3 teaches toddlers how to safely

enter the water wearing a PFD. They’ll develop underwater skills such as

submersion and opening their eyes underwater. ‘Starfish’ floats, ‘pencil’ floats

and kicking skills are taught using songs and games.

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Preschool Program Overview

Recommended age: 3 to 5 years. Give your child a head start on learning to swim! The Lifesaving Society

Preschool lessons develop an appreciation and healthy respect for the water before they get in too

deep. With a progression-based approach, instructors work to ensure 3-5 year olds become comfortable

in the water and have fun while developing a foundation of water skills. Water Smart education is included

in all Preschool levels.

During this program, one parent or caregiver will be required to be on deck (not in the water)

to assist with their child(ren) if necessary.

Preschool 1 – Octopus (previously Sea Otter)

Recommended age: 3-5 years. Preschool 1 is a transitional level which transfers the

preschooler to the care of the instructor. Preschoolers will have fun learning to get

in and out of the water. They’ll learn how to put their face in the water, blow bubbles

in the water, and how to float and glide.

Preschool 2 – Crab (previously Salamander)

Recommended: Completed Preschool 1. Preschool 2 teaches preschoolers how to

safely jump into chest-deep water and how to swim wearing a lifejacket (PFD).

They’ll learn submersion skills and continue to work on floats, glides, and kicking

with buoyant objects.

Preschool 3 – Orca (previously Sunfish)

Recommended: Completed Preschool 2. Preschool 3 teaches preschoolers how to

enter deep water safely wearing a PFD. They’ll learn how to submerge and exhale

underwater, retrieve objects underwater, and will continue developing their

floating, gliding and kicking skills.

Preschool 4 – Sea Lion (previously Crocodile)

Recommended: Completed Preschool 3. Preschool 4 teaches deep-water entries

and treading water wearing a PFD. Preschoolers will become skilled at retrieving objects

from the bottom of the pool in chest-deep water and performing front and

side glide. Front crawl wearing a PFD is also introduced.

Preschool 5 – Narwhal (previously Whale)

Recommended: Completed Preschool 4. Preschool 5 teaches Swim to Survive® skills

wearing a PFD. Front crawl and back crawl are introduced as well as interval fitness

training. Preschoolers will also learn how to tread water and perform vertical whip

kick (flutter kick) with a buoyant aid. Once complete, preschoolers can register into

Swimmer 2.

DISCLAIMER:

Children must be enrolled in the correct class for their ability. If you are unsure of your child’s swim level,

bring them in for a free swim assessment prior to registration.

The assessment can be arranged during any public swim session.

If your child has been incorrectly enrolled, we reserve the right to withdraw them.

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Swimmer Program Overview

Recommended age: 5 to 12 years. The Lifesaving Society’s Swimmer program makes sure your children

learn how to swim before they get in too deep. Each level challenges school-aged children to develop

safe entries, deep water support, underwater skills, and swimming strokes. Kids learn healthy habits by

getting and staying fit in the water. Swimmer levels include fun, hands-on activities that focus on

teaching water safety.

During this program, parents or caregivers with children under 7 years old will be required to

be on deck (not in the water) to assist with their child(ren) if necessary.

Swimmer 1 (previously Swim Kids 1)

Recommended age: 5-12 years. These beginners will become comfortable jumping

into the water with and without a lifejacket (PFD). They’ll learn how to open their

eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. Floats, glides and kicking skills are

introduced.

Swimmer 2 (previously Swim Kids 2)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 1 or Preschool 5. These swimmers will jump

into deeper water and learn to be comfortable falling sideways into the water

wearing a PFD. They’ll learn how to open eyes, hold breath, exhale underwater,

tread water, develop kicking skills, and will be introduced to front crawl and back

crawl.

Swimmer 3 (previously Swim Kids 3)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 2. These swimmers will learn how to dive and

will do in-water somersaults and handstands to develop weight-transfer skills.

They’ll learn Swim to Survive® skills, whip kick on back, swim 10 m on front and

back and further develop their front crawl and back crawl.

Swimmer 4 (previously Swim Kids 4 & Swim Kids 5)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 3. These swimmers will become better at

diving, treading water for 30 sec, and swimming underwater. They’ll learn the Swim

to Survive® standard, kneeling dives, front somersaults, 10 m whip kick on back and

start to develop breaststroke. Front crawl and back crawl are further developed to

swim 15 m.

Swimmer 5 (previously Swim Kids 6)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 4. These swimmers will master dives and

swimming for 50 m in deep water. They’ll further their Swim to Survive® skills and

start to develop eggbeater kick. Breaststroke arms with breathing, roll – tread for 1

min, swim front and back crawl for 25m and whip kick on front for 15 m. Interval

training and sprinting drills continue to challenge these swimmers.

Swimmer 6 (previously Swim Kids 7)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 5. These swimmers will become proficient at

deep water skills including stride entries and compact jumps (cannonballs). They’ll

develop lifesaving kicks such as eggbeater and scissor kick. Breaststroke for 25 m

and swim front and back crawl for 50 m. Head-up swims, interval training and a 300

m workout develop strength and endurance.

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Swimmer 7 – Rookie Patrol (previously Swim Kids 8)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 6. Swimmers swim front and back crawl for

100 m and continue developing breaststroke. Swimmers develop individual fitness

to meet a timed 100 m swim and 350m workout. Water proficiency skills include

swimming with clothes, ready position, and feet- first/head-first surface dives.

Demonstrating the ability to conduct a primary assessment and calling EMS are

included as first aid skills. Victim recognition and throwing assists are other key

elements of the program.

Swimmer 8 – Ranger Patrol (previously Swim Kids 9)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 7 – Rookie Patrol. Ranger Patrol enhances

capability in the water including stride entries and underwater, forward and

backward somersaults. Swimmers learn lifesaving sport skills with a lifesaving stroke

medley, timed object support and a non-contact rescue with a buoyant aid.

Eggbeater kick and increased fitness levels are developed to meet a 200 m timed

swim. First aid focuses on unconscious victims and obstructed airway procedures.

Swimmer 9 – Star Patrol (previously Swim Kids 10)

Recommended: Completed Swimmer 8 – Ranger Patrol. Star Patrol challenges

swimmers with a 300 m timed swim, 600 m workout and a 25 m object carry.

Strokes are continued to be refined. Lifesaving skills include use of rescue aids,

defense methods, victim removals and supporting a victim in shallow water. First aid

focuses on treatment of bone or joint injuries and respiratory emergencies. Once

complete, swimmers register into Bronze Star.

DISCLAIMER:

Children must be enrolled in the correct class for their ability. If you are unsure of your child’s swim

level, bring them in for a free swim assessment prior to registration.

The assessment can be arranged during any public swim session.

If your child has been incorrectly enrolled, we reserve the right to withdraw them.

Program Refund Policy:

For full program refund, we require a minimum of one week's notice prior to the

start of the class. If you must cancel within one week of the start date, a $15

cancellation fee will apply. There is no fee to transfer to another program or

class. Refunds are not given after the program begins unless circumstances are

beyond the individual's control. We reserve the right to cancel or postpone any

program or activity due to inclement weather or low enrollment. FULL refunds

will be issued if the Revelstoke Parks, Recreation & Culture Department cancels

the program. In the event of a program cancellation or refund request,

reimbursement of the course fee may take 1 -3 weeks.

All online processing fees are non refundable.

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CLICK HERE

If you would like to join our INTEREST WAITLIST for these Advanced Aquatic

Training Programs:

• Bronze Star

• Bronze Medallion

• Bronze Cross

• Water Safety Instructor

• Standard First Aid + CPR "C"

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PROGRAMS & INSTRUCTORS

At Home Alone

Babysitting Training

Students will develop skills

that will help them care for kids of all ages

and deal with difficult situations. This class

is also focused to help them make safe

choices while babysitting. We also teach

students Basic First Aid, how to anticipate

potentially dangerous situations, and what

to do in an emergency.

Dates: TBD

Location: Community Centre

Time: 3:00pm-6:00pm

Cost: $75

This program is geared for children

10 - 11 years of age that come home after

school and may have to be alone for a

couple of hours. The program covers

phone precaution, first aid, household

hazards, and emergency procedures.

Date: TBD

Location: Community Centre

Time: 3:00-5:00pm

Cost: $30

Ages: 10-11

Remember to bring:

Snacks & water bottle

Ages: 12-14

Must be a mature youth, ready for

babysitting on their own.

Kid’s Programs

Ideas or Suggestions?!

If you have a kids’ program, event or

idea that you would like to see here at

the Community Centre, we welcome

your input.

Contact: Meghan MacIsaac

Recreation Facility & Program Coordinator

250-837-9351 (Ext 4)

prc@revelstoke.ca

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CHILDCARE PROGRAMS

Our programs combine structured activities along with child directed free play. Our goal is to

provide a safe, inclusive and positive learning environment where each child is nurtured using

developmentally appropriate practices. Part of our learning focus incorporates outside play,

excursions, creative and imaginative art. Our dedicated teaching staff are certified instructors

who work in partnership with parents to build understanding and consistency for the children.

Childcare Staff

Emily Federico

Ashley Bower

E.C.E Instructor

E.C.E Assistant

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Cancellation Policy

Parents have two weeks prior to the program start date to withdraw. A $15 cancellation fee will be

applied. Once the program begins, upon a program withdrawal, that full monthly payment will be

due plus a $15 cancellation fee. Remainder of fees paid to the program will be refunded.

Please note: The $50 deposit is non-refundable for any cancellation. Refunds by cheque may take

up to three weeks to receive.

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REVELSTOKE CHILD CARE SOCIETY

REVELSTOKE CHILDCARE SOCIETY

Rm 124-1001 Mackenzie Ave

Website: www.revelstokechildcaresociety.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/revelstokechildcaresociety

The Revelstoke Child Care Society is a non-profit organization that works to provide parents with information about, and

access to, quality early learning and child care choices. Support is provided to child care providers through training,

support, education and resources.

250-837-6669 or email revelstokeccrr@live.ca

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REVELSTOKE EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

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SKATEPARK ETIQUETTE

Guidelines on Appropriate Behavior at Skate Facilities

We’re very fortunate to have a new outdoor concrete skatepark opening this fall. There are

a host of unwritten or informal rules which govern skateparks. This is called “skatepark

etiquette”. Stakepark etiquette is in place not only for fairness, but for safety.

Below is a list of some common issues / things to be aware of if you are new to visiting

skateparks. This list is not definitive however it is designed to provide guidance to new

skaters and parents, and a refresher to return skaters.

It’s a skatepark, not a playground

Not a free day care – children must be supervised. Ensure that your child is aware of the

etiquette rules and adheres to them. They keep everyone safe and ensures everyone gets

to use the park.

Flow

Flow refers to the directions people go in a park. Each park has a flow or “lines”

comparable to traffic. If you’re new to a park, take a few minutes to watch how people are

using it so you can learn the flow. Go with the flow, not against it!

Beginners

Don’t just drop a new skater off by themselves at a skatepark. You can hang out as well.

As an adult it can be easier to observe the flow the park and provide suggestions to your

skater. For beginners, we suggest going to the skatepark at non-peak hours. That means

go early and avoid going in the afternoons– especially on weekends. Heavy afternoon

sessions at the skatepark can be intimidating, especially if your child is just learning. In

general if your skater is just learning, have them stay closer to the sides of the park. Center

areas can look wide open, but are often right in the middle of popular lines (paths) that

most advance skaters may be flying through at any moment. It’s even better if your child

can learn how to push and balance before going to the skatepark.

If you’re an experienced skater, give beginners extra room and time. Respect them

because we were all beginners at one point. And if their parents are around, maybe give

them some advice, too, on how their kid can safely ride the park with everyone else.

Sitting

Don’t sit in areas that can be used for skating. This includes ledges, stairs, rails, and

coping. The park has designated spectator seating. Standing on the edge of the bowl or

half-pipe is also a big no-no. If you’re unsure, watch the “flow” or ask somebody if it’s okay

to sit in a certain spot.

No Snaking

A big part of skate park etiquette is being aware of what everyone around you is doing.

“Snaking” means going when it’s not your turn. Everyone needs to wait their turn at a

skatepark. Watch the other skaters before you jump in, and wait your turn. Don’t snake!

“Board!”

If your board shoots out or away from you, you should yell “Board!” as a courtesy to other

users.

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SKATEPARK ETIQUETTE

Guidelines on Appropriate Behavior at Skate Facilities

No Marathon Runs

This is especially common among the little kids and scooters. A marathon run is where

someone just keeps going and going without taking any breaks. This is particularly

problematic when skating a bowl or ramp where there is typically only one user at a time.

Keep runs short and when you bail, get out of the way so the next person can skate.

Scooters

Scootering is easy to do right away. Skateboarding is not. Learn the traffic patterns. Do not

ride against the flow of other riders and don’t hang scooters over coping.

Bikes

Smooth tire bikes (BMX, jump) scooters, inline skates are permitted. However, no muddy

tires. Dirt and little pebbles are treacherous to skateboard wheels.

Mountain bikes are not permitted. There are many kilometres of trails to ride around

Revelstoke. While the skate park looks fun to ride, your bike brings dirt and gravel – safety

hazards for skaters. Happy riding on the trails!

All Users

Everyone has an equal right to be in the park whether it’s Skateboards, BMX, inline skates,

or scooters. Please be courteous of other users and treat them with the same respect

you’d expect.

Respect The Park & Neighbourhood

You should be proud of your local skatepark, so do your bit to make sure it looks good. Put

your garbage in the bins provided and absolutely no tagging / graffiti.

The Skatepark is located in a neighbourhood – be respectful of the neighbours – no foul

language or loud music.

Don’t Be Afraid To Apologize

If you slip up and break one of the rules above, don’t be afraid to apologize to people when

you realize it. If you get plowed over because you were in the way, dust yourself off, make

sure the other rider is all right, and tell him you are sorry for not looking out. A simple

apology goes a long way to fanning the flames of a hot head.

Have fun!

The most important part of being in the skatepark is to have fun and enjoy yourself. It

doesn’t matter about how good you are as long as you have fun! The more you practice the

better you will be and there is no substitute for practice.

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RECREATION CLUBS IN REVELSTOKE

Club Contact Website

Aquaducks Swim Club aquaduckspresident@gmail.com www.revelstokeaquaducks.com

Alpine Ski Club info@revelstokeskiclub.ca www.revelstokeskiclub.ca

Arts Revelstoke info@artsrevelstoke.com www.artsrevelstoke.com

ATV Club revatvclub@gmail.com www.revelstokeatvclub.com

Bear Aware info@revelstokebearaware.org www.revelstokebearaware.org

Boxing AJ Lerose, 250-814-9403 Revelstoke Boxing Club

Cadets

revcadets2458@gmail.com

Cricket Club mattbramall2006@hotmail.co.uk Revelstoke Cricket Club

C.V. Skateboard Association revelstokeskatepark@gmail.com Columbia Valley Skateboard Association

Community Band revelstokecommunityband@gmail.com www.revelstokecommunityband.ca

Community Choir Clara Maltby, 250-837-5845 Revelstoke Community Choir

Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 Revelstoke Crime Stoppers

Curling Club revcurler@gmail.com Revelstoke Curling Club

Cycling Association (RCA) info@bikerevelstoke.org www.bikerevelstoke.org

Dirt Bike Club

revyriderz@gmail.com

Dragon Boat Association revelstokedragonboats@hotmail.com www.dragonboatbc.ca

Farm and Craft Market revelstoke.market@gmail.com Revelstoke Farm and Craft Market

Figure Skating revskateclub@gmail.com Revelstoke Skating Club

Girl Guides of Canada 1-877-564-6188 www.girlguides.ca

Grizzlies Junior B

gm@revelstokegrizzlies.com

Golf Club info@golfrevelstoke.com www.golfrevelstoke.com

Groupe Francophone francorevelstoke@gmail.com Groupe francophone de Revelstoke

Highlanders Pipe Band Louisa Dubasov, 250-837-6385 Revelstoke Highlanders Pipe Band

Hockey (Minor)

Hockey (Co-Ed)

Hockey (Men’s Recreational)

Hockey (Women’s)

Hockey (Old Timer's)

admin@revmha.com

revycoedhockey@gmail.com

spartaro14@hotmail.com

revelstokekodiaks@gmail.com

tyak14@gmail.com

Italian Canadian Club Frank Pupo, 250-837-3867

Judo Club c.suchy@gmx.net Judo Club

Karate chicsharp@gmail.com Karate Club

Knights of Pythias Kevin Coulter, 250-837-5476

LFI Farmers' Market market@revelstokelocalfood.com LFI Farmers' Market

Local Food Initiative info@revelstokelocalfood.com www.revelstokelocalfood.com

Minor Ball revelstokeminorball@hotmail.com Minor Ball

Model Railway Club railway@telus.net Model Railway Club

Mt. Begbie Rifle & Pistol Club Gordy Gowanlock, 250-837-4830

Mt. Revelstoke Quilter's Guild Beverly Harding, 778-252-8417 Quilter's Guild

Museum & Achieves info@revelstokemuseum.ca www.revelstokemuseum.ca

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RECREATION CLUBS IN REVELSTOKE

Club Contact Website

Nordic Ski Club info@revelstokenordic.org www.revelstokenordic.org

Pickleball Club Terry Bitle, 250-837-7883

Revelstoke Adaptive Sports inforevelstokeadaptive@gmail.com Revelstoke Adaptive

Revelstoke Climbers Access

Society

Revelstoke Paddlesport Association

send-it@revelstokeclimbers.org

info@paddlerevelstoke.ca

Revelstoke Climbers Access Society

Revelstoke Paddlesport

Rod & Gun Club info@revelstokerodandgun.ca Rod & Gun Club

Roller Derby revelstokerollerderby@gmail.com Roller Derby

Scouts Canada revymountainmom@gmail.com www.scouts.ca

Selkirk Saddle Club selkirksaddleclub@gmail.com Selkirk Saddle Club

Seniors Centre

revelstokeseniors603@gmail.com

Snowmobile Club revsnowmobileclub@gmail.com Snowmobile Club

Soccer (Co-ed)

Soccer Adult (Mens)

Sarah Erikson, 780-953-7272

saraherikson@icloud.com

grout.colin@gmail.com

Soccer (Youth) contactrysa@gmail.com www.revsoccer.com

Special Olympics info@specialolympics.bc.ca www.specialolympics.ca

Squash Club revelstokesquashclub@gmail.com Racquet Den Squash Club

The Studio Dance & Wellness thestudiodanceandwellness@gmail.com www.thestudiodanceandwellness.com

Tree for Tots Linda Beerling, 250-814-8114

Vintage Car Club Dennis Berarducci, 250-837-5528 Revelstoke Vintage Car Club

Visual Art Centre info@revelstokeartgallery.ca www.revelstokeartgallery.ca

Wildsight Revelstoke revelstoke@wildsight.ca Revelstoke – Wildsight

Winemakers Guild Mike Dragani, 250-837-9418

Winter Market hermann@wildflightfarm.ca Revelstoke Winter Market

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS - FALL 2022

Date Event Time Location

Sept 3

Sept 3

Woodstoke

A celebration of forests. 3 stages of live

music, food trucks, arts in the forest and kids

jumping castles

The Bank Heist

Race up Kill the Banker at RMR presented by

Arc'teryx

2:00pm - 10:00pm

Riverside Forest Walk

Highway 23 North

10:00am - 1:00pm Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Sept 3, 10, 17, 24

Oct 1, 8, 15, 22

LFI Farmers Market

8:00am - 1:00pm

1st Street between Orton

and Mackenzie Ave

Sept 3, 10, 17, 24

Oct 1, 8, 15, 22

Revelstoke Farm and Craft Market

8:30am - 1:00pm Grizzly Plaza

Sept 6, 13, 20, 27

Oct 4, 11,

Sept 6, 13, 20, 27

Oct 4, 11

Sept 7, 14, 21, 28

Oct 5, 19, 26

Nov 2

Sept 7

Community Garden Night

Learn about gardening while getting your

hands in the dirt

Ladies Skate Nite

Girls Skate (Tuesday night). Bring good vibes

and bug spray

Revelstoke Cricket Club Open Session

Stories Beneath the Surface

Washed Away film screening (Limited

seating)

4:30pm - 6:30pm RVAS garden

4:00pm - 8:oopm Kovac Park

4:30pm - 6:30pm Old School Park (3rd Street)

2:00pm - 3:30pm Revelstoke Museum & Archives

Sept 7 Mass Registration 4:00pm - 7:00pm Community Centre

Sept 10 Block Sidewalk Sale 9:00am - 4:00pm 1st Street

Sept 10

The Woodchuck Disc Golf Tournament Vol 2 11:00am - 4:30pm Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Sept 10, 11

Bike Fest

Women's Enduro/Mt. Revelstoke Steamer

Various Locations

Sept 11

The Bear Aware

Affair Bear bonanza event

2:00pm - 8:00pm

Alley between Skookum and

The Regent

Sept 11 Revy50 Mountain Bike race 10:00am - 5:00pm Various Locations

Sept 12 Municipal Candidate Session Community Centre

Sept 13 Emergency Services Food Drive 4:00pm - 8:00pm Whole community

Sept 15 Visual Art Exhibit Opening 5:00 pm - 8:00pm Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS - FALL 2022

Date Event Time Location

Sept 17

ArtBark

Revelstoke Humane Society fundraiser event

2:00pm - 7:00pm

Jacobson Ford

1321 Victoria Road

Sept 23

Sept 24

Sept 25

Luna Sound

Luna Art Festival

Luna Studio

7:00pm - 12:30am

6:00pm - 12:30am

10:00am - 3:00pm

Various downtown locations

Sept 24

Dark Horse

Invitational Women's free ride mountain bike

event

1:00pm - 6:00pm

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Sept 25 Community Day From 11:00am Revelstoke Golf Club

Sept 25 Railway Days 2022 10:00am - 2:00pm Revelstoke Railway Museum

Oct / Nov Street Banner Painting Program RVAS

01-Oct

Octoberfest

Beer, music and food. Fun for all ages

3:00pm - 10:00pm Queen Elisabeth Park

Oct 5, 12 Municipal Elections - Advanced Polls Community Centre

Oct 8

Nordic Ski Club Members Day

Membership Sales, Firewood sales, Brushing

Party

Nordic Ski Lodge

Highway 23 South

Oct 15 Municipal Elections Community Centre

Oct 29 Alpine Ski Club - Ski Swap Community Centre

Oct 31, Nov 28

Dec 26

Death Café

Drink tea, eat cake and discuss death to

increase awareness

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Nov 4, 18

Dec 2, 16

Winter Farmers Market

Community Centre

Nov 5 Small Business Award Banquet Community Centre

Nov 19 Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market Community Centre

Nov 27 No Host Bazaar Community Centre

Dec 17

Okanagan Nordic Ski Race

Nordic Ski Lodge

Highway 23 South

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