Community Calendar

Most of the programs listed in the FAN Events Calendar are free or low cost. If you are looking for additional programming for your child, the local recreation departments offer many options. You can click on the links below to be taken to their most recent online programming schedules. On a budget? Look for low-cost options like ‘toonie skates/swims’. You can also find child sport and recreation subsidy options by visiting our Services Directory

Simple Printable Fridge Calendar Spring 2024

A quick list of summer camp offerings in the Lower Columbia Region for 2024. Do you have plans for your kiddos this summer? Maybe a day or a week at Trail Martial Arts is in order to burn some energy, or a few days at Trail Gymnastics. Art Camps are always a hit, and you can get outside with Kootenay Mountain Biking!

Jun
20
Thu
2024
Fruitvale StrongStart (0-5 years) – Fruitvale @ Fruitvale Elementary School
Jun 20 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Event Info

What is it?
StrongStart is a free, school-based Early Learning Program located at Fruitvale Elementary school. For children aged 0-5 years and their parent/caregiver.  8:30am to 11:30am Monday to Friday following the school calendar. Families are welcome to book up to 2 days per week and up to 2 weeks ahead. We have a new booking system we are using so please go to trailfair.janeapp.com and sign up to register ? if you have any questions please ask. All children must be registered with the school district before attending. The  Child/Student Registration forms may be downloaded, printed, completed and presented with the child’s birth certificate on the child’s first day, or may be filled out through the booking portal.

CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS and PRO D DAYS

Where it Happens: Fruitvale Elementary School, 1867 Columbia Gardens Rd, Fruitvale, BC
Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-367-7514
Website: email: sflux@trailfair.ca

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Rossland StrongStart (0-5 years) – Rossland @ Rossland Summit School
Jun 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Event Info

What is it?

Strong Start will be starting up on Monday September 18 at 9 am. Parents will be required to fill out a bit of paperwork on your first day and if you have not yet registered please bring your child’s birth certificate and BC Care Card. We will be celebrating our families of Strong Start this year. Please bring a photo of your family ?. Here’s what our week will look like. Gym time and other special events start up in October.

When:

Mondays 9-12 with gym time 9-10
Tuesdays 10-1 – The IT Crowd children 18 months and under only (formerly called baby group)
Wednesdays 9-12 with gym time 9-10. Where in the World Wednesdays celebrating different cultures through stories, songs and snacks
Thursdays 9-12 visitors from the community
Fridays 9-12 with gym time 9-10

Where it Happens: Rossland Summit School, 2390 Jubilee St, Rossland, BC

Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: Email Jamie at: rosslandstrongstart@sd20.bc.ca
Website: http://www.sd20.bc.ca/

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Building Beautiful Babies (Prenatal-12 Months) – Trail @ Trail United Church
Jun 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Building Beautiful Babies (Prenatal-12 Months) - Trail @ Trail United Church | Trail | British Columbia | Canada

Event Info

What is it? A DROP IN pregnancy outreach program that offers support, information and resources for pregnant women, new mothers (with babies up to 12 months) and families. Weekly groups with lunch and guest speakers, plus outreach visits. Food vouchers and free prenatal vitamins available. Meets at the FAIR Family Centre in the Trail United Church.

When: Thursdays from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Where it Happens: United Church, 1300 Pine Avenue, Trail BC

Ages: Expectant parents and/or parents with children under 12 months

Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call or text Sophie at 250-231-0383

Website: Online Registration

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Toonie Gym (Ages 5-12) -Rossland @ Rossland Arena
Jun 20 @ 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm
Toonie Gym (Ages 5-12) -Rossland @ Rossland Arena

What is it?
Floor hockey, basketball, soccer, dodgeball, etc. For ages 5-12. Drop in at the Rossland Arena. $2.00!

When: Thursdays 2.45-4.45 pm
Where it Happens: Rossland Arena, dry ice surface
Ages: 5-12 years
Cost: $2

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-2327
Website: http://www.rossland.ca/

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Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom
Jun 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? Housing is a crucial component of our family members independence. Join us for Discussion, options and choices in supportive, inclusive, intentional and other housing options that families face.

When: Every Thursday from February 8th to June 13th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAscuGrqTkjEtAOWxs2OR_tNfz1-rjcqQhm#/registration
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jun
21
Fri
2024
Fruitvale StrongStart (0-5 years) – Fruitvale @ Fruitvale Elementary School
Jun 21 @ 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Event Info

What is it?
StrongStart is a free, school-based Early Learning Program located at Fruitvale Elementary school. For children aged 0-5 years and their parent/caregiver.  8:30am to 11:30am Monday to Friday following the school calendar. Families are welcome to book up to 2 days per week and up to 2 weeks ahead. We have a new booking system we are using so please go to trailfair.janeapp.com and sign up to register ? if you have any questions please ask. All children must be registered with the school district before attending. The  Child/Student Registration forms may be downloaded, printed, completed and presented with the child’s birth certificate on the child’s first day, or may be filled out through the booking portal.

CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS and PRO D DAYS

Where it Happens: Fruitvale Elementary School, 1867 Columbia Gardens Rd, Fruitvale, BC
Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-367-7514
Website: email: sflux@trailfair.ca

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Rossland StrongStart (0-5 years) – Rossland @ Rossland Summit School
Jun 21 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Event Info

What is it?

Strong Start will be starting up on Monday September 18 at 9 am. Parents will be required to fill out a bit of paperwork on your first day and if you have not yet registered please bring your child’s birth certificate and BC Care Card. We will be celebrating our families of Strong Start this year. Please bring a photo of your family ?. Here’s what our week will look like. Gym time and other special events start up in October.

When:

Mondays 9-12 with gym time 9-10
Tuesdays 10-1 – The IT Crowd children 18 months and under only (formerly called baby group)
Wednesdays 9-12 with gym time 9-10. Where in the World Wednesdays celebrating different cultures through stories, songs and snacks
Thursdays 9-12 visitors from the community
Fridays 9-12 with gym time 9-10

Where it Happens: Rossland Summit School, 2390 Jubilee St, Rossland, BC

Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: Email Jamie at: rosslandstrongstart@sd20.bc.ca
Website: http://www.sd20.bc.ca/

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National Indigenous People’s Day (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre
Jun 21 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
National Indigenous People's Day (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre

Event Info

What is it?

Drop by the Museum – we’re open by donation all day! Check out our discovery kit about Indigenous basketry of the region, listen to recordings of oral history stories from Sinixt knowledge-keepers, and watch our new short film, Learning mxiɬp.

Entry by donation.

When: Friday, June 21st, 2024, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where it Happens: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre, 1100 Hwy 3B, Rossland BC
Ages: All Ages

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-7722
Website: www.rosslandmuseum.ca

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Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library
Jun 21 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library

What is it?

Books and Babies is back at the Rossland Public Library! Join Lynn for stories and songs for your little ones from 11:00am to 11:30am every Friday starting October 22nd! We have been missing our Rossland families and cannot wait to see you! See our website for more events happening at the Library! https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/

Where it Happens: Rossland Library, 2180 Columbia Ave, Rossland BC
Ages: Baby
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call the Library: 250-362-7611
Website: https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/event/books-and-babies-3/?instance_id=24699

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Roller Skate (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Arena
Jun 21 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Roller Skate (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Arena

What is it? Public roller-skating for all ages at the Rossland Arena. Sign up online or drop-in with cash!

When: Friday & Sundays 5:00-7:00 pm (All Ages) 7:00-8:30pm (Adult Only)
Where it Happens: Rossland Arena, dry ice surface
Ages: All Ages
Cost: Adults: $8.00 Teens: $7.00 Youth (7-12): $6.00 Children (3-6): $4.00 Under 2 Free Families $18.00

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-2327
Website: https://rossland.ca/recreation/arena

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Jun
23
Sun
2024
Roller Skate (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Arena
Jun 23 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Roller Skate (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Arena

What is it? Public roller-skating for all ages at the Rossland Arena. Sign up online or drop-in with cash!

When: Friday & Sundays 5:00-7:00 pm (All Ages) 7:00-8:30pm (Adult Only)
Where it Happens: Rossland Arena, dry ice surface
Ages: All Ages
Cost: Adults: $8.00 Teens: $7.00 Youth (7-12): $6.00 Children (3-6): $4.00 Under 2 Free Families $18.00

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-2327
Website: https://rossland.ca/recreation/arena

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Dads Matter (Online) @ Zoom
Jun 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Dads Matter (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? Dads supporting dads ! A place where dads can share their own experiences and get guidance and support from other dads .

When: Every Sunday from February 4th to June 9th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtf-Cqpz8qGdDOhE0IeVcKZ4KDnkrO2rUg#/registration
Ages: Dads of Children – All Ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jun
24
Mon
2024
Rossland StrongStart (0-5 years) – Rossland @ Rossland Summit School
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Event Info

What is it?

Strong Start will be starting up on Monday September 18 at 9 am. Parents will be required to fill out a bit of paperwork on your first day and if you have not yet registered please bring your child’s birth certificate and BC Care Card. We will be celebrating our families of Strong Start this year. Please bring a photo of your family ?. Here’s what our week will look like. Gym time and other special events start up in October.

When:

Mondays 9-12 with gym time 9-10
Tuesdays 10-1 – The IT Crowd children 18 months and under only (formerly called baby group)
Wednesdays 9-12 with gym time 9-10. Where in the World Wednesdays celebrating different cultures through stories, songs and snacks
Thursdays 9-12 visitors from the community
Fridays 9-12 with gym time 9-10

Where it Happens: Rossland Summit School, 2390 Jubilee St, Rossland, BC

Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: Email Jamie at: rosslandstrongstart@sd20.bc.ca
Website: http://www.sd20.bc.ca/

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St Jean Baptiste Day (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Museum
Jun 24 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
St Jean Baptiste Day (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Museum

Event Info

What is it?

Join us at the Museum at 2 pm to plant Quebec’s provincial flower, blue flag irises, in our garden. The Museum will be open by donation – with themed crafts all day!

Entry by donation.

When: Monday, June 24th, 2024, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where it Happens: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre, 1100 Hwy 3B, Rossland BC
Ages: All Ages

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-7722
Website: www.rosslandmuseum.ca

 

Adaptive Soccer (4-18) – Trail @ Upper Sunningdale Field, Trail BC
Jun 24 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
✨ We’re gearing up for another amazing season of Spring Adaptive Soccer, where kids aged 4-18 who have faced barriers to sport participation can thrive! It’s an inclusive program where our coaches and volunteers are committed to meeting children where they’re at, encouraging participation in a way that meets their needs. ????
???? And the best part? This incredible program is FREE for all participants, thanks to the generous support of our co-sponsors, pacificsport_columbiabasin . ????
???? Heads up, team! The start date for our Spring Adaptive Soccer program is actually Monday, May 6th, not May 4th as previously mentioned. So be sure to update your calendars! Sessions will run every Monday through June 24th (No session on May 20th), from 5:30-6:30 pm at Upper Sunningdale Field in Trail, BC. It’s going to be a spring filled with laughter, teamwork, and unforgettable memories! ????
???? Ready to join the fun? Sign up your child for Adaptive Soccer today! Click the link in our bio to register. Let’s make this season the best one yet! ⚽????
Don’t forget to share this far and wide so more families can join in on the fun! ????
Email for more information and to register: info@movinmountainstherapy.com
Jun
25
Tue
2024
Rossland StrongStart IT Group (0-18 Months) – Rossland @ Rossland Summit School
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Event Info

What is it?

Parents will be required to fill out a bit of paperwork on your first day and if you have not yet registered please bring your child’s birth certificate and BC Care Card. We will be celebrating our families of Strong Start this year. Please bring a photo of your family ?.

When:

Mondays 9-12, gym time 9-10
Tuesdays 10-1 – The IT Crowd children 18 months and under only (formerly called baby group)
Wednesdays 9-12 gym time 9-10. Where in the World Wednesdays celebrating different cultures through stories, songs and snacks
Thursdays 9-12 visitors from the community
Fridays 9-12 gym time 9-10

Where it Happens: Rossland Summit School, 2390 Jubilee St, Rossland, BC

Ages: 0 to 18 months
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: Email Jamie at: rosslandstrongstart@sd20.bc.ca
Website: http://www.sd20.bc.ca/

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Families on a Tuesday (Online) @ Zoom
Jun 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Families on a Tuesday (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? HCome join us – Tuesday Night Families. Conversation, Support, Sharing.

When: Every Thursday from February 8th to June 13th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpd-uspzwtGdaV0MxT9mQIf-_g_refNSpR#/registration
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jun
26
Wed
2024
Muffins & Munchkins (Ages 1-5) – Trail @ Trail United Church
Jun 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Muffins & Munchkins (Ages 1-5) - Trail @ Trail United Church

Event Info

What is it?
A fun group for toddlers aged 1 and up, along with their parent or caregiver. Family groups, please book one spot per family and in the notes section, indicate the total number of participants who will be attending.

When: Every Wednesday from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Where it Happens: Trail United Church, 1300 Pine Ave, Trail BC
Ages: 1-5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-364-2326
Website: http://www.trailfair.ca/

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Jun
27
Thu
2024
Building Beautiful Babies (Prenatal-12 Months) – Trail @ Trail United Church
Jun 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Building Beautiful Babies (Prenatal-12 Months) - Trail @ Trail United Church | Trail | British Columbia | Canada

Event Info

What is it? A DROP IN pregnancy outreach program that offers support, information and resources for pregnant women, new mothers (with babies up to 12 months) and families. Weekly groups with lunch and guest speakers, plus outreach visits. Food vouchers and free prenatal vitamins available. Meets at the FAIR Family Centre in the Trail United Church.

When: Thursdays from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Where it Happens: United Church, 1300 Pine Avenue, Trail BC

Ages: Expectant parents and/or parents with children under 12 months

Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call or text Sophie at 250-231-0383

Website: Online Registration

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National Multiculturism Day (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Museum
Jun 27 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
National Multiculturism Day (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Museum

Event Info

What is it?

We’ll be open by donation all day with some special displays featuring the history and historical wrongs experienced by Chinese Canadians, voting rights and suffrage, Indigenous basketry of the region, and more. Check out our temporary art exhibit “From the Vault” and contribute to our community art wall!

Entry by donation.

When: Monday, June 24th, 2024, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where it Happens: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre, 1100 Hwy 3B, Rossland BC
Ages: All Ages

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-7722
Website: www.rosslandmuseum.ca

Music in the Park (All Ages) – Trail @ Gyro Park
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Music in the Park (All Ages) - Trail @ Gyro Park

This season Trail & District Arts Council has a great mix of music at Gyro Park for Kootenay Savings Music in The Park!

July 4, we open with White Lightning’s Blues, Rock and Boogie Band, followed by the John Hewitt Band.

Headlining tonight is the John Hewitt Band, led by John Hewitt a Canadian singer/songwriter influenced by 60’s folk and rock, Americana and films.

John Hewitt takes a page from the old school bible of Rock, folk and Americana and mixes it with extreme attention to detail and imagery. Born into a self-taught classroom that involved John Prine, Tom Petty, Neil Young and Bob Dylan as his professors. Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, in 2018 John moved to Edmonton and since 2020 has produced and released four albums, several singles as well as producing three full length Edmonton local releases.

His albums ”Life Blood & Tears”, “Dead Lovers” and “Broken Rebels” have all charted on the National Earshot! Charts for folk/roots and blues and garnered radio airplay internationally from CKUA to NPR in the US as well as several stations in the UK.

Joining the band on keys is Rossland’s Erik Mortimer who currently is a professional pianist living in Edmonton.

Get a taste of John’s music here https://youtu.be/BvzMBRebT8U

“With artfully crafted songs, masterful musicianship and humbled authenticity, John Hewitt is the full package…” Rhea March – Host & Producer ‘It Takes A Village CJSR Radio Network, Canmore Folk Festival, Edmonton Folk Festival

“Have you ever gone from “Who is this musician?” To “WHO is the musician?!!?” This was my experience in first seeing John Hewitt…” – Stuart Muir, New Moon Folk Club

Opening the night is White Lightning, a highly danceable 6-piece Blues, Rock and Boogie Band from Nelson BC, with a distinctive twin guitar plus harmonica sound. Playing classics from Little Walter to Chuck Berry, Little Feat and The Beatles, plus Kootenay-themed originals. Their energetic, dance-focused songs will get folks moving.

The band’s rocking blues sound owes much to Gord Watt (guitar) and Kevin McKenzie (harmonica). Front man Dave Carroll has played Rock, Blues, Classical and Jazz over the years, whilst Glenn Mitchell (keyboard) adds a whole new dimension to the band’s vocal harmonies and full sound. Nelson’s busiest bassist, Phil Wilson-Birks teams up with drummer Bill Graham in a rock-solid rhythm section that powers this multi-talented line-up.

Here’s a look at them performing live https://youtu.be/tBMTuy7tUOA.

Bring a lawn chair. Admission is by donation – $3 minimum suggested. Or support the Trail Arts Council’s programming by buying a Season Pass for the whole summer for $30! You may buy a pass at trail-arts.com by clicking on any of the Music in the Park events and clicking the “Buy” button. Or buy them in person at Gyro Park with cash or credit card.

Our two Night Markets on July 18 and August 15 will see us once again collaborate with Trail’s Incredible Farmers Market. These awesome events bring the community together for Music, Food, Beer Garden and Farmers Market. So much fun in Gyro Park. These special events run from 5-8:30 pm.

This show is made possible thanks to support from BC Arts Council, BC Touring Council, the Government of Canada, Kootenay Savings, City of Trail, Columbia Basin Trust, Pharmasave Trail, Teck Trail Operations, and Tourism South Kootenay. We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

Music in the Park shows:

• July 4: White Lightning Band / John Hewitt Band.

• July 11: Ron Halliday Band / Gabriel Palatchi Trio.

• July 18: Night Market – Kym Gouchie Trio / Twin Fiddles with Geoff Horrocks / Lisa Nicole Band.

• July 25: Steve Marc / Melody Diachun and The Swing Bastards.

• August 1: The Eisenhauers / Meredith Moon

• August 8: KNS / Robin Layne & The Rhythm Makers

• August 15: Night Market – Maritime Kitchen Party / Stubbs and the / Rhythm By Nature

Shows are moved indoors if the weather is not cooperative.

Check our Facebook page by 2:00 pm on Thursdays for the exact location.

Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? Housing is a crucial component of our family members independence. Join us for Discussion, options and choices in supportive, inclusive, intentional and other housing options that families face.

When: Every Thursday from February 8th to June 13th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAscuGrqTkjEtAOWxs2OR_tNfz1-rjcqQhm#/registration
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jun
28
Fri
2024
Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library
Jun 28 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library

What is it?

Books and Babies is back at the Rossland Public Library! Join Lynn for stories and songs for your little ones from 11:00am to 11:30am every Friday starting October 22nd! We have been missing our Rossland families and cannot wait to see you! See our website for more events happening at the Library! https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/

Where it Happens: Rossland Library, 2180 Columbia Ave, Rossland BC
Ages: Baby
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call the Library: 250-362-7611
Website: https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/event/books-and-babies-3/?instance_id=24699

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Roller Skate (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Arena
Jun 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Roller Skate (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Arena

What is it? Public roller-skating for all ages at the Rossland Arena. Sign up online or drop-in with cash!

When: Friday & Sundays 5:00-7:00 pm (All Ages) 7:00-8:30pm (Adult Only)
Where it Happens: Rossland Arena, dry ice surface
Ages: All Ages
Cost: Adults: $8.00 Teens: $7.00 Youth (7-12): $6.00 Children (3-6): $4.00 Under 2 Free Families $18.00

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-2327
Website: https://rossland.ca/recreation/arena

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Jun
30
Sun
2024
Roller Skate (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Arena
Jun 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Roller Skate (All Ages) - Rossland @ Rossland Arena

What is it? Public roller-skating for all ages at the Rossland Arena. Sign up online or drop-in with cash!

When: Friday & Sundays 5:00-7:00 pm (All Ages) 7:00-8:30pm (Adult Only)
Where it Happens: Rossland Arena, dry ice surface
Ages: All Ages
Cost: Adults: $8.00 Teens: $7.00 Youth (7-12): $6.00 Children (3-6): $4.00 Under 2 Free Families $18.00

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-2327
Website: https://rossland.ca/recreation/arena

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Dads Matter (Online) @ Zoom
Jun 30 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Dads Matter (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? Dads supporting dads ! A place where dads can share their own experiences and get guidance and support from other dads .

When: Every Sunday from February 4th to June 9th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtf-Cqpz8qGdDOhE0IeVcKZ4KDnkrO2rUg#/registration
Ages: Dads of Children – All Ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jul
1
Mon
2024
Canada Day at Gyro Park (All Ages) – Trail @ Gyro Park Trail
Jul 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Celebrate with us!
????????The Kiwanis & Rotary Clubs of Trail and the City of Trail invite everyone to celebrate Canada Day on Monday, July 1 at Gyro Park with family-friendly activities from 10 am to 2 pm.
????A celebratory fireworks show will be scheduled for that evening at Gyro Park, if the current fire ban is lifted. Event-goers can check trail.ca/CanadaDay for updates.

  • 10 am – 2 pm; free games, face painting and balloon creations
  • 10 am – 2 pm; kettle corn, Kiwanis BBQ & Gyro Concession
  • 11am – Noon; Special Guest “Calgary Italian Crescendo Choir”
  • Noon – 12:30pm; Opening ceremonies, “O Canada” singers, cake
  • 12:30pm – 2 pm; Live music with Jason Thomas.
  • Dusk; Fireworks *fire ban dependent*
Hosted by Trail Parks & Recreation and Trail Kiwanis.
Funded by the Government of Canada. Sponsors: City of Trail, Teck, Columbia Power, Kootenay Savings Credit Union, Knights of Pythias, Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 11 – Trail, United Steelworkers Local 480, Re/Max All Pro Realty, Rotary Club of Trail.
Canada Day Celebration (All Ages) – Rossland @ Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre
Jul 1 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Event Info

What is it?

Canada Day Celebration starts at 11 am with music, kids’ bouncy castle, vendors and food trucks!! We’ll be open with an amazing line-up of activities, ceremony, cake, and live music from 11 am to 4 pm. The Museum lawn is the place to be all day! Check out our games and activities, grab some tacos, hot dogs, and a cold drink, and settle down to enjoy the show.

Entry by donation.

Other highlights include:

Music

10:45-11:45 am: Michael “Gut Bucket Giff” Gifford

12:45-2 pm: Golden City Fiddlers

2-3 pm: Tim Boucher

3-4 pm: UCRA Mountain String Band

Schedule

Full schedule still to be confirmed – check back later for details!

Some of the partnerships we’re excited about:

 

This is a licensed event in partnership with the Flying Steamshovel.

When: Monday July 1st, 2024, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where it Happens: Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre, 1100 Hwy 3B, Rossland BC
Ages: All Ages

IMPORTANT NOTES

We will not be presenting a fireworks show at the end of the night this year. The museum events will only be during the day this year.

This event is funded in part by the Government of Canada, Teck Trail Operations, and Tourism Rossland.

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-362-7722
Website: www.rosslandmuseum.ca

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Jul
2
Tue
2024
Camp Black Bear (Ages 5-12) – Rossland
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Camps and Programs

CAMP BLACK BEAR

10% Discount for Members

If the week you’re interested in is sold out, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

2024 Camp Themes

Drama-Rama

July 2nd – 5th | July 15th – 19th

This camp is for the kids who can’t wait to entertain and be entertained. Explore various performing art styles, consider classic film, and have a whole lot of fun learning the joy of group performance. Are you Rossland’s next big star?!

Camp Create

July 8 – July 12th | August 6th – 9th

This one is for the creatives! Whether your passion lives in colours and beauty or in the boldly buildable, this camp has something for all creative Kootenay kids. With Makers’ Mornings and Artists’ Afternoons, participants will find fun in activities ranging from painting to engineering and everything in between.

Eco Adventurers

July 22nd – July 26th | August 19th – August 23rd

With a blend of adventure and ecology, this camp is sure to keep the attention of nature nuts and thrill-seekers alike. Whether it’s investigating animal tracks, exploring Flux Climbing, or anything in between, our Eco Adventurers will live up to their name.

Super Sleuths

August 12th – August 16th:

Rosslanders are no strangers to digging, but this camp puts a whole new spin on what we can uncover when we delve into the history of this vibrant mining town. Become a museum detective for the week to learn all the super-sleuthing skills – and you may even solve a robbery!

Junior Shredders & Engineers

July 29th – August 2nd | August 26th – August 30th

Our Junior Shredders & Engineers will enjoy bike-themed engineering and creative activities, explore how to care for their equipment and the trails, and learn technical biking skills with the fantastic coaches from Kootenay Mountain Biking!

PLEASE NOTE Our Junior Shredders & Engineers camps, which we hold in partnership with Kootenay Mountain Biking, has a different format and cost structure from the other Camp Black Bear themes. In response to feedback from previous years and to reflect the increase in costs incurred by the Museum, the Junior Shredders & Engineers camps will still be a blend of a biking skills camp (3 days) and museum day camp (2 days); however, the camps will have increased skills development and will not have a membership discount available but a flat rate of $280/camper. 12 spaces are available in each camp, with 6 spaces reserved for novice riders and 6 spaces reserved for intermediate riders. The Monday and Wednesday of each camp will be museum days (not on bikes), while the Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday will be on bike with Kootenay Mountain Biking. Days on bike will include mornings as a full group of 12 and afternoons in skill level groups (6 per group).

Camp Black Bear

Camp Black Bear

$160.00 – $280.00

Buy now

THE NITTY-GRITTY DETAILS

Camp Black Bear

CAD$160.00 – CAD$280.00

Who: 5 to 10 – Kids must be turning six by December 2024 and have been in Kindergarten this past school year.

Cost:

5-day = $220/week (10% discount for members)

4-day = $176 (10% discount for members)

Junior Shredders & Engineers 5-day = $280;

*NO MEMBER DISCOUNT FOR JUNIOR SHREDDERS & ENGINEERS*

Time: 9 am – 4 pm (8:30-9 drop off; 4-4:30 pick-up)

Maximum of 16 kids/week, 12 kids/week for Junior Shredders & Engineers

Must bring two snacks, a lunch (no peanuts), water bottle, sun protection, outdoor clothing, and backpack; special equipment required for some weeks (e.g. Bike Skills, Hikes), but if this is of any concern, let us know!

See our website (www.rosslandmuseum.ca/summer-programs) for full descriptions. If the week you’re looking at is full, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

Call us at 250-362-7722 or email community(at)rosslandmuseum.ca for more information!

Refund Policy: Refunds may be issued if cancellations are made at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp, less a $25 administration fee per booking.

Families on a Tuesday (Online) @ Zoom
Jul 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Families on a Tuesday (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? HCome join us – Tuesday Night Families. Conversation, Support, Sharing.

When: Every Thursday from February 8th to June 13th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpd-uspzwtGdaV0MxT9mQIf-_g_refNSpR#/registration
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jul
3
Wed
2024
Camp Black Bear (Ages 5-12) – Rossland
Jul 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Camps and Programs

CAMP BLACK BEAR

10% Discount for Members

If the week you’re interested in is sold out, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

2024 Camp Themes

Drama-Rama

July 2nd – 5th | July 15th – 19th

This camp is for the kids who can’t wait to entertain and be entertained. Explore various performing art styles, consider classic film, and have a whole lot of fun learning the joy of group performance. Are you Rossland’s next big star?!

Camp Create

July 8 – July 12th | August 6th – 9th

This one is for the creatives! Whether your passion lives in colours and beauty or in the boldly buildable, this camp has something for all creative Kootenay kids. With Makers’ Mornings and Artists’ Afternoons, participants will find fun in activities ranging from painting to engineering and everything in between.

Eco Adventurers

July 22nd – July 26th | August 19th – August 23rd

With a blend of adventure and ecology, this camp is sure to keep the attention of nature nuts and thrill-seekers alike. Whether it’s investigating animal tracks, exploring Flux Climbing, or anything in between, our Eco Adventurers will live up to their name.

Super Sleuths

August 12th – August 16th:

Rosslanders are no strangers to digging, but this camp puts a whole new spin on what we can uncover when we delve into the history of this vibrant mining town. Become a museum detective for the week to learn all the super-sleuthing skills – and you may even solve a robbery!

Junior Shredders & Engineers

July 29th – August 2nd | August 26th – August 30th

Our Junior Shredders & Engineers will enjoy bike-themed engineering and creative activities, explore how to care for their equipment and the trails, and learn technical biking skills with the fantastic coaches from Kootenay Mountain Biking!

PLEASE NOTE Our Junior Shredders & Engineers camps, which we hold in partnership with Kootenay Mountain Biking, has a different format and cost structure from the other Camp Black Bear themes. In response to feedback from previous years and to reflect the increase in costs incurred by the Museum, the Junior Shredders & Engineers camps will still be a blend of a biking skills camp (3 days) and museum day camp (2 days); however, the camps will have increased skills development and will not have a membership discount available but a flat rate of $280/camper. 12 spaces are available in each camp, with 6 spaces reserved for novice riders and 6 spaces reserved for intermediate riders. The Monday and Wednesday of each camp will be museum days (not on bikes), while the Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday will be on bike with Kootenay Mountain Biking. Days on bike will include mornings as a full group of 12 and afternoons in skill level groups (6 per group).

Camp Black Bear

Camp Black Bear

$160.00 – $280.00

Buy now

THE NITTY-GRITTY DETAILS

Camp Black Bear

CAD$160.00 – CAD$280.00

Who: 5 to 10 – Kids must be turning six by December 2024 and have been in Kindergarten this past school year.

Cost:

5-day = $220/week (10% discount for members)

4-day = $176 (10% discount for members)

Junior Shredders & Engineers 5-day = $280;

*NO MEMBER DISCOUNT FOR JUNIOR SHREDDERS & ENGINEERS*

Time: 9 am – 4 pm (8:30-9 drop off; 4-4:30 pick-up)

Maximum of 16 kids/week, 12 kids/week for Junior Shredders & Engineers

Must bring two snacks, a lunch (no peanuts), water bottle, sun protection, outdoor clothing, and backpack; special equipment required for some weeks (e.g. Bike Skills, Hikes), but if this is of any concern, let us know!

See our website (www.rosslandmuseum.ca/summer-programs) for full descriptions. If the week you’re looking at is full, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

Call us at 250-362-7722 or email community(at)rosslandmuseum.ca for more information!

Refund Policy: Refunds may be issued if cancellations are made at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp, less a $25 administration fee per booking.

Muffins & Munchkins (Ages 1-5) – Trail @ Trail United Church
Jul 3 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Muffins & Munchkins (Ages 1-5) - Trail @ Trail United Church

Event Info

What is it?
A fun group for toddlers aged 1 and up, along with their parent or caregiver. Family groups, please book one spot per family and in the notes section, indicate the total number of participants who will be attending.

When: Every Wednesday from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Where it Happens: Trail United Church, 1300 Pine Ave, Trail BC
Ages: 1-5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-364-2326
Website: http://www.trailfair.ca/

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Healing our Spirits Circle (Ages 15+) – Trail @ Trail FAIR Society
Jul 3 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Healing our Spirits Circle (Ages 15+) - Trail @ Trail FAIR Society | Trail | British Columbia | Canada

Event Info

What is it?

Traditional healing circle for mental health and substance use for anyone 15years and up.

At the Trail United Church, 1300 Pine Avenue in Trail.

on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 10-12pm

When: Every second Wednesday
Where it Happens: Trail United Church, 1300 Pine Avenue, Trail BC
Ages: 15+ years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: Contact Juanita, 250-551-7525
Website: http://www.coinations.net

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Jul
4
Thu
2024
Camp Black Bear (Ages 5-12) – Rossland
Jul 4 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Camps and Programs

CAMP BLACK BEAR

10% Discount for Members

If the week you’re interested in is sold out, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

2024 Camp Themes

Drama-Rama

July 2nd – 5th | July 15th – 19th

This camp is for the kids who can’t wait to entertain and be entertained. Explore various performing art styles, consider classic film, and have a whole lot of fun learning the joy of group performance. Are you Rossland’s next big star?!

Camp Create

July 8 – July 12th | August 6th – 9th

This one is for the creatives! Whether your passion lives in colours and beauty or in the boldly buildable, this camp has something for all creative Kootenay kids. With Makers’ Mornings and Artists’ Afternoons, participants will find fun in activities ranging from painting to engineering and everything in between.

Eco Adventurers

July 22nd – July 26th | August 19th – August 23rd

With a blend of adventure and ecology, this camp is sure to keep the attention of nature nuts and thrill-seekers alike. Whether it’s investigating animal tracks, exploring Flux Climbing, or anything in between, our Eco Adventurers will live up to their name.

Super Sleuths

August 12th – August 16th:

Rosslanders are no strangers to digging, but this camp puts a whole new spin on what we can uncover when we delve into the history of this vibrant mining town. Become a museum detective for the week to learn all the super-sleuthing skills – and you may even solve a robbery!

Junior Shredders & Engineers

July 29th – August 2nd | August 26th – August 30th

Our Junior Shredders & Engineers will enjoy bike-themed engineering and creative activities, explore how to care for their equipment and the trails, and learn technical biking skills with the fantastic coaches from Kootenay Mountain Biking!

PLEASE NOTE Our Junior Shredders & Engineers camps, which we hold in partnership with Kootenay Mountain Biking, has a different format and cost structure from the other Camp Black Bear themes. In response to feedback from previous years and to reflect the increase in costs incurred by the Museum, the Junior Shredders & Engineers camps will still be a blend of a biking skills camp (3 days) and museum day camp (2 days); however, the camps will have increased skills development and will not have a membership discount available but a flat rate of $280/camper. 12 spaces are available in each camp, with 6 spaces reserved for novice riders and 6 spaces reserved for intermediate riders. The Monday and Wednesday of each camp will be museum days (not on bikes), while the Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday will be on bike with Kootenay Mountain Biking. Days on bike will include mornings as a full group of 12 and afternoons in skill level groups (6 per group).

Camp Black Bear

Camp Black Bear

$160.00 – $280.00

Buy now

THE NITTY-GRITTY DETAILS

Camp Black Bear

CAD$160.00 – CAD$280.00

Who: 5 to 10 – Kids must be turning six by December 2024 and have been in Kindergarten this past school year.

Cost:

5-day = $220/week (10% discount for members)

4-day = $176 (10% discount for members)

Junior Shredders & Engineers 5-day = $280;

*NO MEMBER DISCOUNT FOR JUNIOR SHREDDERS & ENGINEERS*

Time: 9 am – 4 pm (8:30-9 drop off; 4-4:30 pick-up)

Maximum of 16 kids/week, 12 kids/week for Junior Shredders & Engineers

Must bring two snacks, a lunch (no peanuts), water bottle, sun protection, outdoor clothing, and backpack; special equipment required for some weeks (e.g. Bike Skills, Hikes), but if this is of any concern, let us know!

See our website (www.rosslandmuseum.ca/summer-programs) for full descriptions. If the week you’re looking at is full, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

Call us at 250-362-7722 or email community(at)rosslandmuseum.ca for more information!

Refund Policy: Refunds may be issued if cancellations are made at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp, less a $25 administration fee per booking.

Mother Goose (Ages 0-5) – Trail @ Trail Library
Jul 4 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Mother Goose (Ages 0-5) - Trail @ Trail Library

Event Info

What is it?
Trail and District Public Library Program. For parents, caregivers, and service providers with children ages newborn to 5 years. Enjoy singing, rhyming, storytelling, and building new friendships. In person and with a Zoom option!

When: Every Thursday from 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM
Where it Happens: Trail Public Library, 1505 Bay Ave, Trail, BC
Ages: 0 to 5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call 250-364-1731
Website: http://www.traillibrary.com/

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Tiny Tots Cook (Ages 3-5) – Trail @ Trail Library
Jul 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

What is it?

Tots learn to cook, ages 3 to 5, must be accompanied with an adult. Please don’t wait to register for this fun program!
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When: Thursdays July 7th, July 11th, July 18th, July 25th 10-1130am
Where it Happens:  Trail and District Public Library, Trail BC
Ages: 3-5 years
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information or to register please call 250-921-6525, or email jcampbell@cbal.org
Website: Facebook Page

Music in the Park (All Ages) – Trail @ Gyro Park
Jul 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Music in the Park (All Ages) - Trail @ Gyro Park

This season Trail & District Arts Council has a great mix of music at Gyro Park for Kootenay Savings Music in The Park!

July 4, we open with White Lightning’s Blues, Rock and Boogie Band, followed by the John Hewitt Band.

Headlining tonight is the John Hewitt Band, led by John Hewitt a Canadian singer/songwriter influenced by 60’s folk and rock, Americana and films.

John Hewitt takes a page from the old school bible of Rock, folk and Americana and mixes it with extreme attention to detail and imagery. Born into a self-taught classroom that involved John Prine, Tom Petty, Neil Young and Bob Dylan as his professors. Originally from Sault Ste. Marie, in 2018 John moved to Edmonton and since 2020 has produced and released four albums, several singles as well as producing three full length Edmonton local releases.

His albums ”Life Blood & Tears”, “Dead Lovers” and “Broken Rebels” have all charted on the National Earshot! Charts for folk/roots and blues and garnered radio airplay internationally from CKUA to NPR in the US as well as several stations in the UK.

Joining the band on keys is Rossland’s Erik Mortimer who currently is a professional pianist living in Edmonton.

Get a taste of John’s music here https://youtu.be/BvzMBRebT8U

“With artfully crafted songs, masterful musicianship and humbled authenticity, John Hewitt is the full package…” Rhea March – Host & Producer ‘It Takes A Village CJSR Radio Network, Canmore Folk Festival, Edmonton Folk Festival

“Have you ever gone from “Who is this musician?” To “WHO is the musician?!!?” This was my experience in first seeing John Hewitt…” – Stuart Muir, New Moon Folk Club

Opening the night is White Lightning, a highly danceable 6-piece Blues, Rock and Boogie Band from Nelson BC, with a distinctive twin guitar plus harmonica sound. Playing classics from Little Walter to Chuck Berry, Little Feat and The Beatles, plus Kootenay-themed originals. Their energetic, dance-focused songs will get folks moving.

The band’s rocking blues sound owes much to Gord Watt (guitar) and Kevin McKenzie (harmonica). Front man Dave Carroll has played Rock, Blues, Classical and Jazz over the years, whilst Glenn Mitchell (keyboard) adds a whole new dimension to the band’s vocal harmonies and full sound. Nelson’s busiest bassist, Phil Wilson-Birks teams up with drummer Bill Graham in a rock-solid rhythm section that powers this multi-talented line-up.

Here’s a look at them performing live https://youtu.be/tBMTuy7tUOA.

Bring a lawn chair. Admission is by donation – $3 minimum suggested. Or support the Trail Arts Council’s programming by buying a Season Pass for the whole summer for $30! You may buy a pass at trail-arts.com by clicking on any of the Music in the Park events and clicking the “Buy” button. Or buy them in person at Gyro Park with cash or credit card.

Our two Night Markets on July 18 and August 15 will see us once again collaborate with Trail’s Incredible Farmers Market. These awesome events bring the community together for Music, Food, Beer Garden and Farmers Market. So much fun in Gyro Park. These special events run from 5-8:30 pm.

This show is made possible thanks to support from BC Arts Council, BC Touring Council, the Government of Canada, Kootenay Savings, City of Trail, Columbia Basin Trust, Pharmasave Trail, Teck Trail Operations, and Tourism South Kootenay. We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

Music in the Park shows:

• July 4: White Lightning Band / John Hewitt Band.

• July 11: Ron Halliday Band / Gabriel Palatchi Trio.

• July 18: Night Market – Kym Gouchie Trio / Twin Fiddles with Geoff Horrocks / Lisa Nicole Band.

• July 25: Steve Marc / Melody Diachun and The Swing Bastards.

• August 1: The Eisenhauers / Meredith Moon

• August 8: KNS / Robin Layne & The Rhythm Makers

• August 15: Night Market – Maritime Kitchen Party / Stubbs and the / Rhythm By Nature

Shows are moved indoors if the weather is not cooperative.

Check our Facebook page by 2:00 pm on Thursdays for the exact location.

Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom
Jul 4 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Housing That Fits (Online) @ Zoom

Event Info

What is it? Housing is a crucial component of our family members independence. Join us for Discussion, options and choices in supportive, inclusive, intentional and other housing options that families face.

When: Every Thursday from February 8th to June 13th. Attend one, three or as many as you want.

Where it Happens: Zoom online, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAscuGrqTkjEtAOWxs2OR_tNfz1-rjcqQhm#/registration
Ages: All ages
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call Ben Postmus at 250-231-7712
Website: https://diversefamilyroots.ca

Jul
5
Fri
2024
Camp Black Bear (Ages 5-12) – Rossland
Jul 5 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Camps and Programs

CAMP BLACK BEAR

10% Discount for Members

If the week you’re interested in is sold out, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

2024 Camp Themes

Drama-Rama

July 2nd – 5th | July 15th – 19th

This camp is for the kids who can’t wait to entertain and be entertained. Explore various performing art styles, consider classic film, and have a whole lot of fun learning the joy of group performance. Are you Rossland’s next big star?!

Camp Create

July 8 – July 12th | August 6th – 9th

This one is for the creatives! Whether your passion lives in colours and beauty or in the boldly buildable, this camp has something for all creative Kootenay kids. With Makers’ Mornings and Artists’ Afternoons, participants will find fun in activities ranging from painting to engineering and everything in between.

Eco Adventurers

July 22nd – July 26th | August 19th – August 23rd

With a blend of adventure and ecology, this camp is sure to keep the attention of nature nuts and thrill-seekers alike. Whether it’s investigating animal tracks, exploring Flux Climbing, or anything in between, our Eco Adventurers will live up to their name.

Super Sleuths

August 12th – August 16th:

Rosslanders are no strangers to digging, but this camp puts a whole new spin on what we can uncover when we delve into the history of this vibrant mining town. Become a museum detective for the week to learn all the super-sleuthing skills – and you may even solve a robbery!

Junior Shredders & Engineers

July 29th – August 2nd | August 26th – August 30th

Our Junior Shredders & Engineers will enjoy bike-themed engineering and creative activities, explore how to care for their equipment and the trails, and learn technical biking skills with the fantastic coaches from Kootenay Mountain Biking!

PLEASE NOTE Our Junior Shredders & Engineers camps, which we hold in partnership with Kootenay Mountain Biking, has a different format and cost structure from the other Camp Black Bear themes. In response to feedback from previous years and to reflect the increase in costs incurred by the Museum, the Junior Shredders & Engineers camps will still be a blend of a biking skills camp (3 days) and museum day camp (2 days); however, the camps will have increased skills development and will not have a membership discount available but a flat rate of $280/camper. 12 spaces are available in each camp, with 6 spaces reserved for novice riders and 6 spaces reserved for intermediate riders. The Monday and Wednesday of each camp will be museum days (not on bikes), while the Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday will be on bike with Kootenay Mountain Biking. Days on bike will include mornings as a full group of 12 and afternoons in skill level groups (6 per group).

Camp Black Bear

Camp Black Bear

$160.00 – $280.00

Buy now

THE NITTY-GRITTY DETAILS

Camp Black Bear

CAD$160.00 – CAD$280.00

Who: 5 to 10 – Kids must be turning six by December 2024 and have been in Kindergarten this past school year.

Cost:

5-day = $220/week (10% discount for members)

4-day = $176 (10% discount for members)

Junior Shredders & Engineers 5-day = $280;

*NO MEMBER DISCOUNT FOR JUNIOR SHREDDERS & ENGINEERS*

Time: 9 am – 4 pm (8:30-9 drop off; 4-4:30 pick-up)

Maximum of 16 kids/week, 12 kids/week for Junior Shredders & Engineers

Must bring two snacks, a lunch (no peanuts), water bottle, sun protection, outdoor clothing, and backpack; special equipment required for some weeks (e.g. Bike Skills, Hikes), but if this is of any concern, let us know!

See our website (www.rosslandmuseum.ca/summer-programs) for full descriptions. If the week you’re looking at is full, send us an email to be added to a waitlist!

Call us at 250-362-7722 or email community(at)rosslandmuseum.ca for more information!

Refund Policy: Refunds may be issued if cancellations are made at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp, less a $25 administration fee per booking.

Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library
Jul 5 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Books & Babies (0-30 months) -Rossland @ Rossland Library

What is it?

Books and Babies is back at the Rossland Public Library! Join Lynn for stories and songs for your little ones from 11:00am to 11:30am every Friday starting October 22nd! We have been missing our Rossland families and cannot wait to see you! See our website for more events happening at the Library! https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/

Where it Happens: Rossland Library, 2180 Columbia Ave, Rossland BC
Ages: Baby
Cost: Free

Get in Touch: For more information, please call the Library: 250-362-7611
Website: https://rossland.bc.libraries.coop/event/books-and-babies-3/?instance_id=24699

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