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  • The Coyote Who Cried Wolf - Amphitheater Show

    July  21, 2018


    A young coyote ventures out on his own only to realise he doesn’t want to be a coyote anymore. What will he do? Follow your nose down to the amphitheatre and help him discovery what it means to be a wild dogs in Kananaskis Country.  

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • The Incredi-Plants - Amphitheater Show

    July  22, 2018


    The Incredi-Plants!

    They provide the world with oxygen!  They stabilize the soil!  They are linked to the diet of every living thing on the planet!  Who are they??  The Incredi-plants!  Join this team of superhero plants as they are called to battle evil forces in Kananaskis Country. 

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • History Hike - Experiential Program

    July  22, 2018


    Behind Barbed Wire: Internment in Kananaskis
    Did you know that there was once a prisoner of war camp in the Kananaskis Valley? Learn about this fascinating history on a 1.5 hour guided hike.

    Where:  Colonel’s Cabin Historic Site, Barrier Lake Field Station
    When: 10:00 AM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • Robin Wood: Prince of Trees - Amphitheater Show

    July  25, 2018


    A legendary Kananaskis outlaw has been banished from the forest. With Robin Wood gone who is going to fight against the evil forces attacking the trees? Meet the inhabitants of the forest eagerly awaiting Robin’s return and those who are invested in his demise.

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • Family Program - SpiderVengers

    July  26, 2018


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    Did you know that Kananaskis has it’s own spider superhero team? Follow Spiderman as he discovers what it takes to be a true spider in the park and learn about amazing arachnid adaptations.

     

    Where:  Middle Lake Day Use
    When: 3:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • Harry Squawker - Amphitheater Show

    July  27, 2018


    Harry Squawker is starting his first year at “Crow”wart’s School of Corvid Genius”.  Follow him as he encounters extraordinary characters, learns new skills, and battles the evil predator Volde-hawk!

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • Family Program - Art in our eARTh

    July  28, 2018


    Discover your inner artist while exploring nature through art. All materials will be provided in this fun and active 1.25 hr program for the whole family.  

    Where:  Middle Lake Day Use
    When: 3:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • Flow Factor - Amphitheater Show

    July  28, 2018


    On land, in air and on the ground, the water cycle is everywhere. But something is happening to the water! Join a curious fish, a hungry heron, a gnarly goat and many others, as they try and fight the evil forces of Professor Pollution in their quest to save fresh water!

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • History Hike - Experiential Program

    July  29, 2018


    Behind Barbed Wire: Internment in Kananaskis
    Did you know that there was once a prisoner of war camp in the Kananaskis Valley? Learn about this fascinating history on a 1.5 hour guided hike.

    Where:  Colonel’s Cabin Historic Site, Barrier Lake Field Station
    When: 10:00 AM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
  • The Coyote Who Cried Wolf - Amphitheater Show

    July  29, 2018


    A young coyote ventures out on his own only to realise he doesn’t want to be a coyote anymore. What will he do? Follow your nose down to the amphitheatre and help him discovery what it means to be a wild dogs in Kananaskis Country.  

    Where:  Bow Valley Amphitheatre
    When: 8:00 PM
    Fee:  Free (Donations to WildSmart appreciated)
     
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