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  1. Calendar Overlay Banff's Special Events (21)

Banff's Special Events

  1. Snow Sculpture Exhibition

    January 16 - January 27 @ Banff Avenue Square

    Take in three massive snow sculptures by Canadian and international teams at Banff Avenue Square.

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  2. Snow Sculpture Competition

    January 17 - January 19 @ Bear Street

    Six Canadian and International teams compete for prizes as a part of the first SnowDays International Snow Sculpture Competition! Come to watch the creation on the sculptures on January 17th - 19th or see the finished products at the Snow Sculpture Street Party in the evening of January 19th or for the remainder of the SnowDays Festival.

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  3. Drawn to Nature

    January 18, 7:00 PM @ Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

    Sketch and draw at Banff Centre’s ongoing beginner-level drawing workshops, led by artist Janice Tanton. Registration for all Drawn to Nature classes is completed online through individual event pages. All Drawn to Nature events will be listed on Banff Centre's Event Calendar.

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  4. Banff Winter Carnival Returns

    January 19, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Cave and Basin National Historic Site

    Immerse yourself in the magic of winter and let the snow fly! Just over a century ago (1917), the first Banff Winter Carnival kicked off with great fanfare and enthusiasm, much to the delight of locals and visitors alike. The original Winter Carnival faded into memory long ago, but in Banff the spirit of winter fun lives on! The Banff Winter Carnival Returns to the Cave and Basin National Historic Site this year with fun winter activities for all ages.

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  5. Skate Party at the Downtown Rink

    January 19, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    Join us for a family-friendly skate party with special guest DJ's.

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  6. SkiBig3 Slide & Ride

    January 19, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    The laughter that comes of sliding on snow is something that everyone should have the chance to experience. SkiBig3 invites kids of all ages to get outside and try out the sport, ski, snowboard or tube! Join certified instructors from SkiBig3 as they provide the expertise and all the equipment necessary to learn the basics of skiing on a mini-slope in downtown Banff. After, celebrate with cup hot chocolate. Ski equipment available for kids only.

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  7. Skate Party at the Downtown Rink

    January 19, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    Join us for Saturday family-friendly skate parties with special guest DJ's.

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  8. Winter Stories and Activities

    January 19, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Banff Avenue Square

    Join Parks Canada interpreters in Banff Avenue Square for winter stories and activities.

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  9. Snow Sculpture Street Party

    January 19, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Bear Street

    Come celebrate as the winners of the SnowDays International Snow Sculpture Competition are announced. Meet the sculptors, enjoy bonfires and other fun activities!

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  10. Banff by the light of the moon

    January 19, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Banff Train Station

    Bundle up for an evening winter walk with a Parks Canada guide. Come prepared to experience the wonder and cold of the season as you search for signs of Banff’s winter wildlife. Meet at the Banff Train Station then walk along the Fenland Trail. Register in person with Parks Canada Visitor Centre staff (on Banff Avenue) by 12 p.m. the day of the walk. Group size is limited to 12 participants. Headlamps will be provided.

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  11. SkiBig3 Slide & Ride

    January 20, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    The laughter that comes of sliding on snow is something that everyone should have the chance to experience. SkiBig3 invites kids of all ages to get outside and try out the sport, ski, snowboard or tube! Join certified instructors from SkiBig3 as they provide the expertise and all the equipment necessary to learn the basics of skiing on a mini-slope in downtown Banff. After, celebrate with cup hot chocolate. Ski equipment available for kids only.

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  12. Avalanche Awareness Night

    January 20, 7:00 PM @ The Banff Centre's Max Bell Auditorium

    Learn about avalanche risks associated with backcountry and out-of-bounds travel – featuring presentations by snow safety experts, films from the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival, door prizes and a trade show. Presented in partnership with Avalanche Canada Foundation. Featuring films: to be announced. Suitable for ages 14 and up.

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  13. Canmore Eagles Vs. Calgary Canucks

    January 23, 7:00 PM @ The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre

    The Canmore Eagles take on the Calgary Canucks at The Fenlands on Wednesday, January 23.

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  14. Mountain Madness Relay Race

    January 25, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    A fun five-person relay race that includes downhill skiing, running, snowshoeing, skating, cross-country skiing and prizes for the best costume. Register by January 11.

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  15. Banff Winter Carnival Returns

    January 26, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Cave and Basin National Historic Site

    Immerse yourself in the magic of winter and let the snow fly! Just over a century ago (1917), the first Banff Winter Carnival kicked off with great fanfare and enthusiasm, much to the delight of locals and visitors alike. The original Winter Carnival faded into memory long ago, but in Banff the spirit of winter fun lives on! The Banff Winter Carnival Returns to the Cave and Basin National Historic Site this year with fun winter activities for all ages.

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  16. Skate Party at the Downtown Rink

    January 26, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    Join us for Saturday family-friendly skate parties with special guest DJ's.

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  17. SkiBig3 Slide & Ride

    January 26, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Banff Community High School

    The laughter that comes of sliding on snow is something that everyone should have the chance to experience. SkiBig3 invites kids of all ages to get outside and try out the sport, ski, snowboard or tube! Join certified instructors from SkiBig3 as they provide the expertise and all the equipment necessary to learn the basics of skiing on a mini-slope in downtown Banff. After, celebrate with cup hot chocolate. Ski equipment available for kids only.

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  18. Winter Stories and Activities

    January 26, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Banff Avenue Square

    Join Parks Canada interpreters in Banff Avenue Square for winter stories and activities.

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  19. Banff Gallery Hop

    January 26, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Various venues

    Celebrate the season of snow and ice in Banff with the monthly Banff Gallery Hop. This month the self-guided tour takes place during Banff SnowDays and offers a chance to connect in unique ways with our mountain community... and winter. Maps available at all venues.

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  20. Banff by the light of the moon

    January 26, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Banff Train Station

    Bundle up for an evening winter walk with a Parks Canada guide. Come prepared to experience the wonder and cold of the season as you search for signs of Banff’s winter wildlife. Meet at the Banff Train Station then walk along the Fenland Trail. Register in person with Parks Canada Visitor Centre staff (on Banff Avenue) by 12 p.m. the day of the walk. Group size is limited to 12 participants. Headlamps will be provided.

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  21. Community Generation Roadshow 2019

    January 31, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Canmore Miners' Union Hall

    Communities, organizations and individual Albertans across the province are exploring small-scale electricity generation as a way of bringing revenue, jobs, training and other economic, social and environmental benefits to their communities.While many Albertans already participate in micro-generation projects to provide electricity for their own use, electricity developed through community generation projects is connected to the province’s distribution system. Participation in community generation projects gives Albertans the ability to produce renewable energy and generate revenue by selling electricity to the grid. Stop by this open house in Canmore hosted by the Government of Alberta to learn more.

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