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SPOOKY KITCHEN SCIENCE AND GHOSTLY TALES

NWMP Barracks 609 8th Street, Canmore, Alberta

Have you ever wondered how many spooky creations can be made with materials commonly found in a kitchen? Perhaps you have created one or two yourself, such as making a volcano. But have you ever made them spooky? Drop by the Barracks to see our 15 minute Spooky Kitchen Science show which will be offered...

Free

LGBTQ2S+ ALLY TOOLKIT

Canmore Museum 902B 7th Ave, Canmore, AB

Ally is a verb; allyship means action. How do you stand up for your friends, loved ones, and values? In this session, we will create a common language and use that language to describe and detail tools you can use with confidence and fall back on when things get tough. There will be exercises to...

$20.00 – $25.00

PLEIN AIR PAINTING DEMONSTRATION WITH PATTI DYMENT

Canmore Museum 902B 7th Ave, Canmore, AB

Plein air painting is about leaving the four walls of your studio behind and experiencing painting and drawing in the landscape. Join Patti Dyment at the Canmore Museum as she demonstrates her plein air painting technique. She will bring studies created in mountain landscapes this past summer to the comforts of the Canmore Museum, where...

STUDIO TOUR

Studio 244 Eagle Terrace Road, Canmore, Alberta

Join potter Karen Antrobus, one of our Fall Artist Showcase artists, at her studio for an opportunity to learn more about her artistic practice as she demonstrates how she makes her very popular mugs.  Registration is free but advance online registration is required.  Spots are limited to five people an hour so register early! ABOUT THE...

Free

CANMORE HISTORY 101 FOR NEW ARRIVALS

Canmore Museum 902B 7th Ave, Canmore, AB

New to Canmore? Want to learn a bit more about the community you now call home? Join the Canmore Museum during the Bow Valley Immigration Partnership's Community Week (November 7 to 13) for a guided walk through our exhibit ‘From Coal to Community’ to discover some of the stories - and the people - behind...

LIFE IN THE 1920s

NWMP Barracks 609 8th Street, Canmore, Alberta

In the 1920s, Canmore’s population grew from around 650 to over 950. To meet the needs of the growing town, a new brick and stone school was built in 1922 – the first building in Townside to have electric lighting. Electric lighting is not the only difference between life in early Canmore and life today....

Free

STORIES OF CANMORE BOOK CLUB: INNER RANGES – AN ANTHOLOGY OF MOUNTAIN THOUGHTS AND MOUNTAIN PEOPLE

Online
Virtual Event Virtual Event

Join Mary-Beth Laviolette in conversation with Geoff Powter about putting together this collection of writing taking us deep into the heart of climbing whether in the Rockies or on Everest. ABOUT THE BOOK Meet one of Canmore’s great writers as he takes us into the fascinating world of outdoor adventure and the complex personalities that...

Free