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BanffLIFE Events

  1. BanffLIFE Pasta Night

    November 20, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 101 Bear Street, above the library

    Want to enjoy a home cooked meal, meet new people and play some games? Then you should join us every Wednesday for BanffLIFE Pasta Night. BanffLIFE is the best connection and resource for young adults aged 18 – 30. All programs and events are dedicated to promoting and building a healthy lifestyle for young adults living and working in Banff and Lake Louise.

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  2. BanffLIFE Avalanche Skill Training Level 1

    November 25, 2019, All Day

    This is a two-day course on how to safely travel through avalanche terrain. The first day consists of lectures on the characteristics of avalanches, the mountain snowpack, avalanche terrain and backcountry travel as well as an outdoor session covering avalanche transceivers. The second day is spent in the field (in the Bow Summit area) where we discuss how weather, snowpack and terrain interact to create avalanches and how we can avoid them. This course is based on the standards set by the Canadian Avalanche Centre and a certificate of completion is awarded to those who attend.

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  3. BanffLIFE Pasta Night

    November 27, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 101 Bear Street, above the library

    Want to enjoy a home cooked meal, meet new people and play some games? Then you should join us every Wednesday for BanffLIFE Pasta Night. BanffLIFE is the best connection and resource for young adults aged 18 – 30. All programs and events are dedicated to promoting and building a healthy lifestyle for young adults living and working in Banff and Lake Louise.

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  4. BanffLIFE Avalanche Skill Training Level 1

    November 28, 2019, All Day

    This is a two-day course on how to safely travel through avalanche terrain. The first day consists of lectures on the characteristics of avalanches, the mountain snowpack, avalanche terrain and backcountry travel as well as an outdoor session covering avalanche transceivers. The second day is spent in the field (in the Bow Summit area) where we discuss how weather, snowpack and terrain interact to create avalanches and how we can avoid them. This course is based on the standards set by the Canadian Avalanche Centre and a certificate of completion is awarded to those who attend.

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