Upcoming Courses and Events
Last chance to tour the Art in Nature Trail
Sunday, September 4, 3:30 p.m.
Join the Whyte Museum for a free, 35-minute guided tour of the Art in Nature Trail. Meet in front of the Whyte Museum at the art piece called The Bear-Tage. To learn more, or find other events at The Whyte Museum, visit whyte.org/Events.
BanffLIFE Newcomer Walking Tour
Wednesday, September 7
The Banff Newcomer Walking Tour helps residents 18 – 30 years old learn everything they need to know about living in Banff. Learn about programs and services like how to register for a post office box, how to get parking permits and more. Visit banff.ca/BanffLIFE to learn more.
Settlement Services - Living in Canada as a Permanent Resident
In this two-part course, learn about Permanent Resident status and how to save money in Canada. To register, visit banff.ca/Settlement. Attend both sessions, or just one.
Part One: Tuesday, September 6, 3 – 4:30 p.m., Canmore Civic Centre or Zoom
In this hour-long session, learn about Permanent Resident status, health care, taxes, and more.
Part Two: Thursday, September 22, 3 – 4:30 p.m., Banff Town Hall or Zoom
In this 30-minute session, learn how to save money, find free or low-cost programs, and more!
Plug n' Drive Test Drive Electric Vehicle
September 1 – 6, by appointment
Plug ’n Drive is coming to Banff with electric vehicles you can test drive for free. Plug ’n Drive is a non-profit organization that promotes electric vehicles for their environmental and economic benefits. This is a sales-free, no pressure environment. Appointments are available at plugndrive.ca/Meet-Banff-Canmore. Sponsored by Alberta Ecotrust Foundation, ATCO, Town of Banff, Town of Canmore, Calgary Foundation and the Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley.