The Snows of Yesteryear & the Future Climate of the Mountain West
Friday, September 30, at 7:30 pm
Council Chambers, Canmore Civic Centre
– Hosted by the Canmore Museum & Geoscience Centre
– In partnership with the Interpretive Guides Association
– Reception and book sales to follow in the Atrium
With close to 20,000 copies sold, Bob Sandford’s full-colour photographic guide to the Athabasca Glacier and the Columbia Icefield introduces local readers and international tourists to one of the world’s most incredible — and threatened — mountain environments.
Rock and Fossil Clinic
Saturday, October 1, from 10 am – 3 pm
Canmore Civic Centre Atrium
This free family-friendly event is the Canmore Museum & Geoscience Centre’s annual extravaganza of all things geoscience – including fossils, rocks, minerals, gold prospecting samples, ammonites, meteorites, “dinosaur skins”, and the always popular smash-your-own-geode!
This year’s geoscience talks, taking place in the Canmore Civic Centre Council Chambers, will be:
1 P.M. Ben Borkovic: Wading Through History – Fossil Hunting in the Wake of the 2013 Southern Alberta Flood
2 P.M. Doug Hayden: Hunting for Meteorites.
We are still accepting applications for Art in the Park 2016, occurring every weekend until Labour Day Monday at the NWMP Barracks. Art in the Park provides a picturesque outdoor platform for local artists to display and sell their work.
Art in the Park 2016 will begin at 10 AM on Saturday, May 21 at the NWMP Barracks. For more information, check out our Facebook event.
This Saturday only, The Rocky Mountain Bagel Company will be providing free coffee beginning at 10 AM until it runs out.
From noon until 3pm, Deep Cedar will be playing music.
Here is a list of Art in the Park vendors.
– Canadian Rockies Photography: Mountain landscape photography by Noboru Kitahama
– Finked by a Feather: Dream catchers
– Fukurou Factory: Japanese Accessories
– Hannelore Achenbach: Hand-sewn bags and accessories
– Lani’s Original Oils: https://www.facebook.com/
– Lois’ Shawls: Hand-Knitted shawls
– Mackenzie Jones Designs Inc.: https://www.facebook.com/
– Mary McGivern: Hand-crafted notecards
– North Birch Grove: https://www.facebook.com/
– Pottery Verve: www.facebook.com/
– Prarie Woods Pens and Paintings: https://www.facebook.com/
– Rob Lean: Photography
– Rockymellow Pottery
– Southface Art: Watercolour and acrylic paintings
– Val Clark Photography: http://www.valclark.com/
– Wonderland: http://
Take a walk through Canmore’s coal mining past. Former head mine engineer Gerry Stephenson will walk guests to No. 1 and No. 2 mine (Canmore’s most productive) and reclaimed former strip mine – Quarry Lake. The tour will shed light on the life of a coal miner, the challenges of coal mining in Canmore, and how Gerry has used up 4 of his 9 lives.
Ages: 12 & up.
Cost: Non-members: $45, Members: $30, Student/Youth: $15.
Dates: May 21st, June 25th, July 2nd, August 6th, August 27th, (NEW) Sept 10th.
Tour duration: 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. Approximately 4 hours.
We are now accepting applications for our Summer 2016 Student Positions. We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working, and adaptable students to join our team for what promises to be an exciting summer at the Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre. Application deadline is April 13, 2016. You can find the job descriptions under the ‘About Us’ tab.