By Keili Bartlett
This summer, live theatre takes centre stage at the Lux Cinema. Director Bridget Ryan offers three “hilarious and heart-warming,” plays that celebrate Canada’s beauty, community and music:
- Family-friendly The Adventures of the Curious Bear and the Red Canoe follows a bear on the move across our country (2 pm, Tues-Sat, every 2nd Sun)
- Canada the Musical features “every Canadian song you know and love.” (7 pm Tues-Sat)
- The Mavericks of the Mountains introduces stories, adventures and stand-out personalities from our past (4 pm, Tues-Sat, every 2nd Sun)
Watch them perform Jun 22-Sep 3.
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By Where writers
Add some culture to your Bow Valley vacation with these art galleries, exhibits and displays in Banff and Canmore.
By Keili Bartlett & Naomi Witherick
Winter sightseeing in the Bow Valley is incredible. Think frozen waterfalls and overall icy paradise. And with helicopter tours and a new mountaintop building to view it from, it’s easy to see something epic in Banff, Canmore, Kananaskis and Lake Louise. Cameras at the ready…
Image: Kelly MacDonald, Lake Louise Ice Magic Festival
Mountains capped with snow and ice. Turquoise waters frozen over. Lake Louise epitomizes winter wonderland. Celebrate with Ice Magic Jan 19-29, where you can watch professional ice carvers compete. Try it yourself at demo sessions, and revisit the displays until they melt away. (more…)