Banff Marathon runs this Sunday
The Banff Marathon will be held Sunday, September 12. Starting in Central Park, the races will involve temporary road closures including Buffalo Street, Bow Avenue, the Legacy Trail west of town, Wolf Street, Lynx Street, Bear Street, Bow River Bridge, Glen Avenue, Birch Avenue and Sundance Road. Visit banff.ca/RoadClosure for further information.
Upcoming Settlement Services Programs
Visit banff.ca/Settlement or call 403.762.1144 to find more information on all the free, online, courses offered by Settlement Services, including the following:
Getting Ready for Kindergarten in Canada
Thursday, September 16, 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Canadian Citizenship Information Session
Monday, September 20, 1 – 3 p.m.
Family Sponsorship Information Session
Monday, September 23, 1 – 3 p.m.
Fenlands survey extended
Do you want an art studio at The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre? What about a climbing gym, or a fitness space? You have until September 19 to share your viewpoint. Visit BanffViewpoints.ca/Fenlands to take our survey on the future of The Fenlands.
Drop in for sports, activities and fun
Town of Banff drop-in sessions are returning this September. Banff residents can attend drop-in sessions, sports and social activities for free by signing up for a membership. Sessions include public skating, shinny, family skate, volleyball, pickleball, basketball, soccer, Motoring Munchkins, fitness, yoga, dance and more! Register for your membership online at banff.ca/Register
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