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Fireside Chat features former Banff superintendent Roulet

Fireside Chat features former Banff superintendent Roulet

“Jillian Roulet was a senior park planner for three decades and dealt with many interesting and difficult files. She rose to the top in a man's world and did a very good job. She was the first woman to be appointed superintendent of Banff National Park in 118 years.”
Redline Trio releases debut record at artsPlace

Redline Trio releases debut record at artsPlace

“It a mix of straight-ahead jazz with some contemporary vibe and solid grooves."
Gallery: Entangled Puppetry hosts Sunday morning fun at artsPlace

Gallery: Entangled Puppetry hosts Sunday morning fun at artsPlace

Canmore's Entangled Puppetry hosted free craft workshop and show for families at artsPlace on Sunday (Feb. 2)
Exposure Festival a long running tradition

Exposure Festival a long running tradition

“It’s a celebration of the photographic arts."
Banff Public Library ready to pump up the volume

Banff Public Library ready to pump up the volume

“It’s more than just listening to a song or a piece of music— it’s engaging with the actual artist."
Arctic adventurer shares his 'Journey North'

Arctic adventurer shares his 'Journey North'

Back in 1997, John Dunn began a very large project. His plan was to traverse Canada, south to north, by self-propelled means – hiking, kayaking and skiing.
Benefit concert brings people together in support of YWCA Bridge House

Benefit concert brings people together in support of YWCA Bridge House

"People feel like they’re part of the music."
Local teacher weaves together Indigenous basket making class

Local teacher weaves together Indigenous basket making class

Ktunaxa Nation member Lillian Rose led an introduction to Indigenous basket making class at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies on Wednesday (Jan. 22). The event marked the kick-off for new cultural programming coming to the museum that aims to build bridges with Indigenous artists, filmmakers, speakers and community members as a way to celebrate the traditional Bow Valley cultural trade routes.
Artist explores the many faces of darkness in latest art installation

Artist explores the many faces of darkness in latest art installation

“The piece is very much about caring for the land and having empathy for the plants and animals that are affected by developments and extraction."
Gallery: Banff and Lake Louise SnowDays takes over the Bow Valley

Gallery: Banff and Lake Louise SnowDays takes over the Bow Valley

Banff and Lake Louise are hosting SnowDays events until Jan. 26 at various locations