Another fantastic weekend of events planned for the foothills! Whatever your family, there may be a few that will pique your interest.

If you’re a baseball fan, you’ll know the Okotoks Dawgs are on the road, so if your weekend just broke free, we can help.

When you’re on the go, be sure to tag us on social media with #RamEverydayAdventure2022 for a chance to win a 2022 Ram 1500 Big Horn!
Your Alberta Ram and The Eagle 100.9 dealers are making it happen this summer

Let’s see what happens this weekend!

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Rue Elma Saturday 11 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Welcome painters, potters, artisans, carpenters, sculptors, photographers, fabric artists, and more. A great opportunity to see and support creators of all kinds who have art they would like to share and sell to the many people who visit our beautiful street on these special days.

Maddie Storvold at Tribal

a sign in downtown okotoks reads live music this saturday


Tribal Connection – Saturday, June 11, 8:00 p.m.

Aiming to “unite hippies and cowboys” as Willie Nelson did decades ago, Storvold is quickly finding his place in the changing landscape at the intersection of Singer-Songwriter & Psych-Folk. In 2019, she won CTV’s The Launch, receiving the opportunity to record and release a ballad, “Don’t Say You Love Me”, written and produced by Bryan Adams. The single reached No. 1 on the country charts in less than 3 hours and peaked at No. 3 overall, surpassing Lady Gaga and P!nk. His tenure on The Launch and the impact of the single only complemented his already acclaimed catalog of mature songs and his devoted fan base in Western Canada. Tickets $20
Call or stop by the store for tickets

Picnic with a Purpose – A collaborative community event and resource fair

george lane park event poster

High River

George Lane Park – Sunday, June 12, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Join your local community organizations for a FREE family picnic and resource fair!

The festivities include:
– Face painting
– Petting zoo
– Live music and shows
– Carnival style games
– Mater and Lightning McQueen
– the High River fire truck
– a Toonie BBQ
and more!

Fury in the Foothills Street Hockey Tournament

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High River

The parking lot behind Boston Pizza – Saturday, June 11.

The High River Youth Street Hockey Tournament “Fury in the Foothills” is back.

A non-contact tournament for 7 to 15 year olds. This is the first time since 2019 that the tournament has taken place.

Friday nights in a small town

live music at okotoks


HubTown – June 10 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Every week enjoy “Small Time Friday Night”, rain or shine, you can enjoy food, music and of course the best beer in Hubtown.

Hidden gems outdoor market

poster for the hidden gem


Hidden Gem – 15 Fisher Cr 10am – 5pm

The hidden gem currently has three huge indoor markets set to open and now they are adding a large outdoor market every Saturday filled with vendors from all over Alberta! And local vendors from the foothills and some of the surrounding areas! There are food trucks and A LOT more on the spot too! I have a feeling many of us are going to spend hours here… check it out!

There too… Tipper Records! Okotoks first and only record store

Read more: 17-year-old Okotokian makes his dreams come true by selling vinyl

Environment week

nature friday

Environmental Education Center – Friday, June 10 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Join us for a special edition of Nature Friday to celebrate Environment Week with reading time, recycled paper making, an outdoor scavenger hunt, and an outdoor walk! If you have never been to this dynamic, joyful and interactive space, you must visit it! There is a lot to learn, for people of all ages!

Drop by the Environmental Education Center anytime of the day and join one of our Conservation Educators for FREE, fun educational activities themed around a different aspect of nature and our local environment each week!

Repair Cafe

Espace Pason Olympic Hall – Saturday 11 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The popular way to clean up the landfill and bring old things to life is back this year!

The City is hosting a Repair Café this Saturday at the Pason Centennial Arena. The cafe’s intent is to reduce landfill waste by pairing residents with volunteer “repair coaches” who use their expertise to fix broken and faulty goods.

Accepted items include electronic devices such as game consoles, CD players and DVD players. Small appliances such as toasters, coffee makers or lamps. Small furniture, toys, clothing or household items.