New off-leash dog park open
The new off-leash dog park at the Recreation Grounds is now open. Some areas are still closed to allow grass seeding, but you’re welcome to bring your pup to explore this new amenity. Parking is available by the skateboard park.
October 3 – 11, 2021
A week-long celebration of diversity, inclusion, and community in Banff National Park. Visit BanffPride.ca to find a listing of all Pride events and activities.
Help Guide Banff
Share your expertise with the Town of Banff by applying to serve on one of the various boards, commissions, committees or corporations. Anyone who lives in Banff and is 18 years or older can apply. Detailed committee profiles, available positions, and application forms are available at banff.ca/Committees. Submit your application online by October 15.
Money 101 Workshops
A series of three, one hour presentations to help you plan for different stages of your and your family’s life. Learn about death and taxes, how to manage irregular income, and planning for post-secondary school. To sign up for a session, and to learn more, visit banff.ca/Register.
Family Resource Network
Nurture for New Parents
A six-week program to learn about transitioning to parenthood, healthy development, and more.
Parent and Tot Fitness
Fitness and fun with your little one. Low impact exercises led by instructor Kim Mayberry.
Open to all Bow Valley Residents. Learn more at banff.ca/FamilyResourceNetwork.
The Library of Things is open
Visit the Banff Public Library to borrow from the Library of Things! Banff residents are able to borrow a variety of items that are rarely used, hard to store, or are expensive, such as tools, cooking appliances and hobby items. It is free to access for all Banff residents, all you need is a valid Banff Public Library membership. The Library of Things will be available during regular library hours. Visit banff.ca/1216/Library-of-Things for more information.