Citizens for a Livable Cranbrook Society provides grassroots leadership and an inclusive process, with a voice for all community members, to ensure that our community grows and develops in a way that incorporates an environmental ethic, offers a range of housing and transportation choices, encourages a vibrant and cultural life and supports sustainable, meaningful employment and business opportunities.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

What's Happening.....

Saturday June 27th

Farmer's Market
Moves to Tenth Avenue South for regular summer hours
9:00am - 1:00pm
every Saturday

It’s Summer and it’s Market Season!

With growing season hitting its stride, both the Kimberley and  Cranbrook Farmer’s Markets kick off their market seasons this week.  Shoppers looking for  a taste of ‘locally made, baked and grown’ have the choice of attending the Thursday evening markets in Kimberley from 5-7:30 pm on Howard Street, operated by Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook, and the Cranbrook markets on Saturday mornings from 9 am – 1pm on 10th avenue S. , run by the Cranbrook Farmer’s Market Society.  More information about our local area markets is available at and

Outdoor Club Hike
Kiako Mountain
phone Lorne 250-426-8864

Cranbrook Curling Rink

Cranbrook Public Library Display
paintings of Bob Wardle

Wednesday July 1st

Market in Rotary Park
11:00am - 3:00pm
Vendors contact Beverlee Bullough
250- 426-6595

Moir Park
The line-up of incredible entertainment for this year's Canada Day Celebrations is confirmed.  It's not just the fireworks who will be stealing the show during July 1st at Moir Park.  Connect Cranbrook is bringing in a wide variety of highly talented acts from across Canada and right here at home.
Throw on something red or white as we want everyone to be part of a photo to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of our Canadian Flag.  It will be the shape and colour of our flag, but made up of all the amazing people in Cranbrook.  The photo will be at 7:30 p.m.  but come out to Moir Park at 5 p.m. to start taking in the fun.  Firework are set to go off about 11pm.
The headliner for the evening is Shred Kelly.  They will be rocking the park with their signature version of "Stoke-folk" music.  This band has been selling out shows across the country, performing at some of the nation's premier festivals and are receiving a growing list of awards.
Cranbrook's own, The Testers, will get the party started with their good time classic rock.  Also, back by popular demand, after high energy performances last year are the Good Ol Goats and the Connect Band.
Country singer/songwriter Dani Strong, will also be making an appearance.  She has an impressive array of accomplishments including making it to the top 50 for the hit series Nashville Star, and winning an episode of the Florida based TV show, Do I Have A Hit Song.
These entertainers are just part of the fun.  There will also be Glow Zumba, PT the Clown, Retro Aerobics, buskers, games, vendors, clowns, bouncy castles...Check out for all the fabulous details.

Fort Steele
now in full summer operation
Dominion Day Celebration
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Live theatre show - 1  pm:
"Pirate Queen of the Kootenays"
Birthday cake
Live music
Family games
Summer season in full swing . . . Open Daily !    10 am –5 pm
Horse Drawn Wagon Rides ~  Steam Train Rides ~  Riverside Photography Studio
Wildhorse Theatre Show - 1pm Daily
Live Street Theatre ~ Mrs. Mather’s Ice Cream Parlour ~ Heritage Trade Demonstrations

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