The Classy Chassys are a Hard Rockabilly band out of Saskatoon. They stopped by Mountain FM after their show in Banff Sunday night to talk about their new Rebel Heart EP and let us know they’ll be back in town in June.
The Pine Tree Players’ latest production Arsenic and Old Lace opens at the Canmore Miner’s Union Hall this week.
Hope For Kids is a new organization supporting families in the Bow Valley who have a sick child. Their aim is to ease the stress these families are facing with support tailored to their specific needs.
On today’s Insider Tanya and I celebrated volunteers, gushed about the Culinary Symphony and Canmore Uncorked, explored more controversy around the Kananaskis Golf Course, and talked about street sweeping, the Bear Street Woonerf, cracking down on vacation home rentals, and local public transit.
The Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo kicks off today and runs until Sunday! I’m excited to be attending once again this year and was also thrilled to be able to speak with Ian Ziering of Sharknado and Beverley Hills 90210 fame.
The Wardens are back in town to share their stories and songs at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Banff on Friday night.
The Elevation Place Climbing Gym will host the Rockies Rampage Alberta Roped Climbing Provincials this Saturday and Sunday.
Monday’s Culinary Symphony was an unforgettable evening for everyone in attendance, including performers Quartetto Gelato!
Canmore and Banff are saying thanks to all our hard working volunteers during National Volunteer Week April 12th – 18th.
At Monday’s meeting Banff Council approved a trial period for a Woonerf or ‘living street’ to begin on Bear Street this summer. Mayor Karen Sorensen tells me the plan also includes moving the Banff Farmer’s Market to the Bear Street Parking Lot on Wednesdays.