Crimson Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Events

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  • Good Grief: Nature Walking Through Grief and Loss

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024

    Good Grief: Nature Walking Through Grief and Loss is a 6-week series of safe, gentle group walks within the natural beauty of Crimson Lake Provincial Park. Observe, breathe, connect and be present in the moment. Our hope is these walks support you in your own healing journey.

    These walks will be 2 hours on Wednesday evenings with time for rest and reflection, conversation or solitude. You will repeat the routes with a group and have a chance to observe changes in the landscape, and yourself over this time. Schedule details to follow after participant registration.

    This program has been developed in partnership with Alberta Parks and Mount Royal University.

    Where: Crimson Lake PP
    Registration:

    Please visit the Alberta Parks Rocky Mountain House District Office and speak with our District Administrative Clerk to register and pay your program fee via cash or cheque. This program is $20.00 per person. 

    Registration Location:
    1st Floor Provincial Building, 4919-51st Street Rocky Mountain House Open 9 AM to 4 PM Monday-Friday Closed 12-1 PM for lunch


    Fee: $20.00
    More Info:

    Alberta Parks Rocky Mountain House Office at 403-845-8349


  • Music in the Forest - Danny Floyd Cole

      Thursday, May 30, 2024

    Come and join us at the Crimson Lake Provincial Park Amphitheatre to enjoy 'Music in the Forest'. To kick-off the 2024 season of this concert series, we're thrilled to welcome Danny Floyd Cole to share his stories and music. 

    A biography from Danny Floyd Cole: 

    Sharing an intimate portrait of personal experience and emotions with his songs and stories, Danny brings a heartfelt performance to the stage. His new album, Dream Your Destiny, is a story of hope. After being nominated for a WCMA award this year it seems Danny is always on tour in BC! In ’98 he began working professionally as an audio engineer/producer at Homestead Recorders, under Barry Allen. He continues to develop his craft working music in a therapeutic capacity in a variety of contexts.

    Doors Open 6:15 PM; Music starts at 7:00 PM. 

    Where: Crimson Lake PP Amphitheatre
    Registration:

    Please email AEP.DTMAVisitorExperience@gov.ab.ca to secure your free 12 and under children's tickets. 


    Fee: $12.00; Children 12 and Under Free with an Adult
    More Info:

    Call 403-391-8435 and ask for Laura, or click the link 'Book It' for more details and music. 


  • Music in the Forest - Melyssa Lee & Jerevieux

      Thursday, June 20, 2024

    Come and join us at the Crimson Lake Provincial Park Amphitheatre to enjoy 'Music in the Forest'. We're thrilled to welcome Melyssa Lee & Jerevieux to share their stories and music. 

    A biography from Melyssa Lee & Jerevieux: 

    Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Melyssa Lee draws inspiration from folk roots and the emotive energy of the Lilith era. Her songs blend warmth, vulnerability and strength. Vocals range from tender to soul-stirring crescendos in the style of Sarah McLachlan, Dido and Jewel. In early 2023, she released her first single, “Sunflower (acoustic)” which has garnered attention on playlists, podcast interviews, CBC Radio Local Spotlight Feature and community/college radio. Melyssa Lee is pleased to be joined by multi-instrumentalist Jerevieux for select performances. Jerevieux enjoys delivering lead melodies along arpeggiated bass via mandolin & Chapman Stick®. Together, this duo offers a unique sound that will undoubtedly create magic and emotional connection amongst audiences.

    Doors Open 6:15 PM; Music starts at 7:00 PM. 

    Where: Crimson Lake PP Amphitheatre
    Registration:

    Please email AEP.DTMAVisitorExperience@gov.ab.ca to secure your free 12 and under children's tickets. 


    Fee: $12.00; Children 12 and Under Free with an Adult
    More Info:

    Call 403-391-8435 and ask for Laura, or click the link 'Book It' for more details and music. 


  • Music in the Forest - Taylor Lang

      Thursday, July 4, 2024

    Come and join us at the Crimson Lake Provincial Park Amphitheatre to enjoy 'Music in the Forest'. We're thrilled to welcome Taylor Lang to share his stories and music. 

    A biography from Taylor Lang: 

    A lifelong musician, Taylor Lang delivers stories and music in a seldom-seen, genre-bending fusion of folk and fingerstyle. Drawing on previous experiences in award-winning bands Crack the Lens and Blaeser, his latest project is a collaboration with JUNO-winning producer Russell Broom.

    Doors Open 6:15 PM; Music starts at 7:00 PM. 

    Where: Crimson Lake PP Amphitheatre
    Registration:

    Please email AEP.DTMAVisitorExperience@gov.ab.ca to secure your free 12 and under children's tickets. 


    Fee: $12.00; Children 12 and Under Free with an Adult
    More Info:

    Call 403-391-8435 and ask for Laura, or click the link 'Book It' for more details and music. 


  • Music in the Forest - Richard (Dick) Gehrke

      Saturday, July 20, 2024

    Come and join us at the Crimson Lake Provincial Park Amphitheatre to enjoy 'Music in the Forest'. We're thrilled to welcome Richard (Dick) Gehrke to share his stories and music to wrap up events on Parks Day! 

    A biography from Richard (Dick) Gehrke: 

    A local of Rocky Mountain House, Dick is involved in the community through his work as a chiropractor, husband, father, grandpa and great-grandpa by day and a musician by night. 

    Doors Open 6:15 PM; Music starts at 7:00 PM. 

    Where: Crimson Lake PP Amphitheatre
    Registration:

    Please email AEP.DTMAVisitorExperience@gov.ab.ca to secure your free 12 and under children's tickets. 


    Fee: $12.00; Children 12 and Under Free with an Adult
    More Info:

    Call 403-391-8435 and ask for Laura, or click the link 'Book It' for more details and music. 


  • Music in the Forest - Phyllis Sinclair

      Thursday, August 15, 2024

    Come and join us at the Crimson Lake Provincial Park Amphitheatre to enjoy 'Music in the Forest'. Wrapping up the 2024 concert series, we're thrilled to welcome Phyllis Sinclair to share her stories and music. 

    A biography from Phyllis Sinclair: 

    Canadian Folk Music Award nominated Singer-songwriter, Phyllis Sinclair taps on the conscience of the established ethos to flag distinctions and inequities under a brilliant banner of song, soliciting a self-imposed metamorphosis to transform old ways of thinking into new possibilities. Distinguished by Maverick Magazine as a "A Lady of Conviction”, Sinclair opens pathways to renewal through meaningful stories and songs from the treasured corners of her culture. In 2021, Sinclair was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award for her 5th album Ghost Bones. This album struck a cord immediately upon its release, propelling Ghost Bones to #1 on the Canadian National Folk, Roots and Blues Chart, earning a listing on CKUA Radio Network’s Top 100 Albums of 2021, and Top 10 placements on numerous independent, and indigenous radio stations across Canada. Born in Churchill, Manitoba, and a member of York Factory First Nation. 

    Doors Open 6:15 PM; Music starts at 7:00 PM. 

    Where: Crimson Lake PP Amphitheatre
    Registration:

    Please email AEP.DTMAVisitorExperience@gov.ab.ca to secure your free 12 and under children's tickets. 


    Fee: $12.00; Children 12 and Under Free with an Adult
    More Info:

    Call 403-391-8435 and ask for Laura, or click the link 'Book It' for more details and music. 


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