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Banff's Special Events

  1. **New Location** Open House at the Banff Power Substation

    June 21, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM @ Banff Town Hall

    The Banff Heritage Corporation invites the community to an open house about the Banff Power Substation that's located 606 Buffalo Street. The open house will give nationally recognized heritage practitioners ERA Architects the opportunity to share their analysis of the Banff Power Substation site and highlight considerations as they relate to the potential reuse of the building as columbarium. Light refreshments will be provided.

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  2. National Indigenous Peoples Day: Medicine Walk

    June 21, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Banff Centre Max Bell Building - Husky Energy Foyer Meet in Max Bell Building Foyer.

    Learn, see, and experience this landscape while celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day. Join esteemed traditional Métis guide Brenda Holder to experience a Medicine Walk through Banff Centre's home on Sacred Guardian Buffalo Mountain. This is a physical walk that will explore some uneven terrain, please wear suitable attire, bring a backpack, and prepare to be outside. All ages welcome.

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  3. National Indigenous Peoples Day: Gallery, Library, and Archives Tour

    June 21, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM @ Banff Centre Walter Phillips Gallery. Meet in Walter Phillips Gallery Entrance. (Then tour will proceed to the Library in the Kinnear Centre, 2nd floor)

    Celebrate June 21 with a tour of the Walter Phillips Gallery, Library and Archives at Banff Centre. The library will feature displays highlighting indigenous artists contributions our artist book, alumni, music, and special collections, as well as having selections from our regular circulating collections available to check out. Highlights include the works of Janet Rogers, Lee Maracle, Richard Wagamese, Cole Pauls, Greg Young-ing, and Thomson Highway. All ages welcome.

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  4. Bike Month - Mountain Bike Ride For Women

    June 21, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Hosted by Rundle Mountain Cycling Club. Meet at Town Hall at 6 p.m. for a ride on Tunnel Mountain trails. All skill levels welcome. Space is limited.

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  5. National Indigenous Peoples Day: URBAN NDN Film Night

    June 21, 6:30 PM @ Banff Centre Max Bell Auditorium

    Film screening curated by Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter and panel discussion with the filmmakers to follow. Please note that the films are 14+. URBAN NDN Film Night is a celebration of persistence and self-determination through film by artists living in Southern Alberta. Please join us after the screening for a question and answer period with filmmakers Amanda Foote, Kes Lefthand and Jarret Twoyoungmen.

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  6. National Indigenous Peoples Day: Medicine Walk

    June 21, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Banff Centre Max Bell Building - Husky Energy Foyer Meet in Max Bell Building Foyer.

    Learn, see, and experience this landscape while celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day. Join esteemed traditional Métis guide Brenda Holder to experience a Medicine Walk through Banff Centre's home on Sacred Guardian Buffalo Mountain. This is a physical walk that will explore some uneven terrain, please wear suitable attire, bring a backpack, and prepare to be outside. All ages welcome.

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  7. National Indigenous Peoples Day: Concert with Dale Mac

    June 21, 7:30 PM @ Banff Centre. Telus Studio, Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Building

    Dale Mac (McArthur) is an Indigenous songwriter and Blues/Roots/Rock guitarist from the White Bear First Nation and based in Regina, Sask. His style is in the vein of many Canadian artists and legends including Matt Mays, The Trews, and the Tragically Hip. His songs and lyrics are based around Canadiana while promoting his style of music and positive lifestyle. Joining Dale is bass guitarist Todd Wakefield, who brings his punk style bass playing and blends it to Dale's roots rock guitar to create a well-rounded unique musical force.

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Community Programs, Activities & Drop-In Sports

  1. Community Table

    June 21, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ 101 Bear Street

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  2. Tech Help One-on-One at the Library

    June 21, 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM @ Banff Public Library

    Sign up to get personal technical assistant with one of the Banff Public Library's experienced staff members. Call, email of stop by to book an appointment.

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  3. Big RED Ride

    June 21, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM @ Pick up at Banff Town Hall

    Enjoy a ride outside without the strain of too much pedaling. This four-person bike provides opportunities for greater levels of fitness, social connectivity, and it's a lot of fun. This bike is for adults and specifically for Banff residents. The purpose of the program is to provide at risk and vulnerable populations in Banff with opportunities for greater fitness and social connectivity to improve both their physical and mental health.

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Settlement Services & Temporary Foreign Worker

  1. Living in Canada as a Permanent Resident Information Session (Banff)

    June 21, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Banff Town Hall

    Registration is required. Please bring your PR Card or Landing Document/COPR.

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The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre

  1. Family Fun Zone

    June 21, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre

    Bouncy castles, basketball, ping pong, arts & crafts and so much more! Stop by the Family Fun Zone at The Fenlands. This is a new drop-in program for kids 2-12 and their parents.

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Town Committees

  1. Special Meeting of the Banff Heritage Corporation

    June 21, 1:30 PM @ Banff Power Substation (Outdoors)

    A special meeting of the Banff Heritage Corporation will be held outside at the Banff Power Substation, 606 Buffalo Street, June 21 at 1:30 p.m.

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