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WHAT’S HAPPENING

There’s always something special going on at Fort Steele Heritage Town. We love showcasing the Heritage Site with a variety of events and attractions suited for all our visitors. 

 

sundays in december

Wagon rides or sleigh rides will be available for Sundays in December weather permitting.

DEcember 17th

A Christmas Concert & Sing-a-long!

Admission to this event is by monetary donation. ALL proceeds will be donated to support the Cranbrook General Hospital NICU

Show starts at 1pm & concession will be available.

The Lambi House will be open from 11am-12:30pm. Father Christmas will be awaiting your visit and complimentary hot chocolate & cookies will be on offer. Father Christmas will then be headed to the Wild Horse Theatre to enjoy the Concert!

Bakery will be open with fresh baked treats from 10am-3pm!

Park entry is by donation

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About out performers:

 

Caitlin McCaughey has been performing for as long as she can remember, and is grateful to have been encouraged to follow her dreams. Her career highlights include singing with the Symphony of the Kootenays, joining the Canadian Opera Company Chorus for Verdi's Otello, and singing Manon in Massenet's Manon.

Two Ticks is composed of Rollie Cummins from Wycliffe and Steve Knowles from Cranbrook. With an eclectic mix of folk, country, bluegrass, gospel, and old time tunes in their musical stylings, they are sure to entertain audiences young and old.

Elizabeth Ross has lived in Cranbrook since 1985. She has been performing in plays, musicals, choirs, and was the soprano soloist for the Symphony of the Kootenays for 23 years.

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