Alberta Culture Days

Starting in the early 1900s, people came from eastern and western Europe, the United States, and other parts of Canada to make a living in the coal mining valley of the Crowsnest Pass. They brought cultural traditions with them that have made the area a hotbed of artistic and musical creativity. Culture Days showcases the vibrant culture of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Harvest of Memories Gala and Auction

  • Saturday night event
  • Fundraiser for the Crowsnest Historical Society, which operates the Crowsnest Museum and Archives
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance (contact the Crowsnest Museum at 403-563-5434)
  • Silent and live auctions with items of historical significance and beauty
  • Delicious dinner and deserts
  • Musical entertainment and dancing

M is for Music at Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery

  • Sunday event
  • Musical talent from young and old delights the listener at this recital
  • Open to anyone, but registration is required (contact the Crowsnest Pass Allied Arts Association at 403-562-2218)
  • View the current art show on display

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre

  • Free admission Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
  • Art exhibits
  • Musical performances
  • Special activities for children
Contact
Cathy Pisony
Program Coordinator - Community Liaison and Special Events
  403-562-7388

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10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Registration required for some activities. Call 403-562-7388.