Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Aug
14
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Working to Keep Your Downtown Safe
Aug
21
2:00 PM14:00

Working to Keep Your Downtown Safe

The Lethbridge Police Service has a dedicated team of members who are assigned to the downtown area of the city. These officers work diligently to keep the downtown safe by patrolling on foot, bike and the very recognizable Downtown Patrol Unit van. Join members of the unit to find out about their efforts collaborating with community partners working on the issues faced by the downtown, connecting with businesses and citizens, and taking ownership of this neighbourhood.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Neighbourhood Community 101
Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Neighbourhood Community 101

A neighbourhood that develops and grows relationships between residents is a neighbourhood that nurtures community health and resilience. But how is this relationship-building achieved? What do neighbours value in their sense of “neighbourhood”? Kevin MacLean of the Upper Vic Neighbourhood Association and Aimee Benoit, PdD Candidate at the University of Lethbridge, will share their knowledge and experiences on the benefits of engaging neighbours around “place” and how to build that engagement from the ground up.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Fort Closing Weekend
Aug
31
to Sep 2

Fort Closing Weekend

Get ready for a weekend of fun as we wrap up another successful summer season at Fort Whoop-Up! We have three days of hands-on activities and fun planned for the whole family. On September 1, South Alberta Horse Artillery will help us close with a bang.

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Galt Beer Tasting Soirée: Worlds Imagined
Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

Galt Beer Tasting Soirée: Worlds Imagined

Come to the Galt Museum’s Beer Tasting Soirée and experience Worlds Imagined. Come dressed as your favourite character from Middle Earth, Final Fantasy or any point in between. Themed food, entertainment, music, a costume contest with great prizes for your themed costumes, and other whimsical fun is in store. Get your tickets early for this magical time.

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The Battle of Normandy: A Canadian Success
Jul
14
2:00 PM14:00

The Battle of Normandy: A Canadian Success

Join historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont for the second 75th anniversary lecture. He will present a new and fascinating interpretation of the 1944 fighting in France focusing on the Canadian involvement, including little-known air and sea aspects of this famous battle beyond D-Day. View a display of some of his own battlefield photographs, plus rare wartime audio and video footage, including a short book review.

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Life on the Whoop-Up Trail
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Life on the Whoop-Up Trail

Enjoy an evening of entertainment featuring actors from New West Theatre and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late 1800s. Feast fort style on a pioneer dinner highlighting locally-sourced foods. Break bread with the locals and new-found friends from around the world.

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Power of Association and Neighbourhoods
Jul
3
2:00 PM14:00

Power of Association and Neighbourhoods

Association with your neighbours can be a powerful thing, but what does this look like and how or where does this happen? One way this could happen is through neighbourhood associations and other similar community organizations. This said, how could neighbourhood associations reflect the neighbourhood they represent? Come find out more in this presentation by Jerry Firth.

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Teen Reads
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

Teen Reads

  • Lethbridge Public Library, Crossings Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This month the Teen Reads theme is any book by an Indigenous author. Hang out with the club by the fireplace (with cookies!) to talk about our books. Anyone in grades 7-12 is welcome, and we can’t wait to hear about what you’ve read!

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Exhibition Closing at SAAG
Jun
21
1:00 PM13:00

Exhibition Closing at SAAG

SAAG invites you to attend the closing event for the Of Surroundings exhibition, which is curated by Kylie Fineday and features artists working and reflecting on the current landscapes and traditional territory of southern Alberta. Please join us at 1 pm for light refreshments and performances by some of the exhibiting artists, including Hali Heavy Shield.

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Elder’s Tea
Jun
18
10:00 AM10:00

Elder’s Tea

Elders, family members and caregivers are all welcome to join us as we screen the Reel Youth Elders and Youth Film Project that features our very own Blackfoot and Métis Elders! SAAMIS will offer a free photo-booth session to Elders and their family members at the event. They will also be giving away gifts from a draw to acknowledge the Elders who represent their families and their culture in recognition of their personal achievements and contributions to our community.

All Elders and seniors welcome. Transportation may be available, contact Amanda at 403.329.1968. This is a free event.

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