Mondays @ the Drake Pub
The Drake’s Karaoke Night is a hot favorite of Canmore locals. We have worked our way from Bowie to Whitesnake and back again! Come join the party and show us your best Journey (air guitar optional). The Drake stage goes live at 10 each Monday.
Open Jam Night
Thursdays @ Tavern 1883
Dust off your old ukulele, or whatever, come down and destroy your favorite tunes. Don’t worry. Everyone will cheer!
Friday Evening Bingo
Fridays @ Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3
7:00 pm Early Bird Rounds, 7:30 pm Regular Games. Loonie Bingo, Mystery Game and $1,000 Snowball. Starts July 15. Bring on the Bingo!
Open Mic Night
Fridays @ Good Earth Coffeehouse
Enjoy our live coffeeshop music every Friday at 7:30pm!
Canmore International Improv Festival
August 10 – 13 @ artsPlace
4 laugh fueled days of improv shows and workshops in the gorgeous setting of Canmore, Alberta!
Canmore Community Cruisers Group Bike Rides
August 12 & 26 9am-10am @ Civic Centre Plaza, 902 7 Ave
We encourage Canmore residents of all ages and abilities to join us for our cruiser bike rides. You’ll have fun and meet new people, all while gaining knowledge of Canmore’s bike infrastructure. We ride at a slow pace that all can enjoy. communitycruisers.ca
Rolling Sculpture Car Club Annual Car Show
August 12 @ Centennial Park
Classic Cars, Hot Rods, Vintage rides, Custom Mods, Antiques, Motorcycles…you name it, we got it. And some really cool surprise displays too. Live music, bbq, prize draws…and a whole lot of family fun. For more info or car/bike registration go to rollingsculpture.ca.
Aug 26 & 27 at 2:00pm; Aug 25 & 26 at 7:30pm @ Stan Rogers Stage, Centennial Park
Don’t miss theatre in the park presented by Pine Tree Players and Artist’s Collective Theatre. Bring a picnic and enjoy a magical adventure into Alice’s Wonderland. This play brings to life Lewis Carroll’s beloved stories with beautiful original music and choreography. pinetreeplayers.com
West of Mabou
September 2, 8 – 9 pm @ Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3
With masterful musicianship, energetic rhythms, and a passion for fiddle and pipe tunes, Saskatchewan-based and Nova Scotia-named West of Mabou bring their unique brand of Celtic music to Alberta. One of CBC Saskatchewan’s Artists to Watch in 2017.