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What's on Tap

What's on Tap

Derby day The Rotary Club of Okotoks hosts its 30 th annual Soap Box Derby on June 1. The event has approximately 100 youths going down Crystal Ridge Drive in their custom-made soapboxes. Where: Crystal Ridge Drive When: Inspection, May 31, 5:30-7 p.
What's on Tap

What's on Tap

Let's go fly a kite Grab your kite and head on down to the park for Okotoks' annual Kite Festival, rain or shine. This event encourages families to gather in the park and take advantage of the windy spring season.
Opera singer back on the stage

Opera singer back on the stage

An Okotoks opera singer is hitting some high notes as she launches back into her career after a 15-year hiatus.
What's On Tap

What's On Tap

Culture and colour Join in the celebration and learn all about the Serbian culture at Serbian Fest 2019. The festivities include food, sports events and dancing. Admission is $5. When: May 18 & 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: St.
Piano bringing community together

Piano bringing community together

Four Calgary pianists will tickle the ivories in Okotoks’ town square in an outdoor gathering that’s gaining popularity.
Pair offering emotional range at coffee shop

Pair offering emotional range at coffee shop

A Calgary songwriter is revealing both his light and dark sides, backed by an Okotoks multi-genre musician, in a downtown coffee shop Saturday.
Students receive standing ovation

Students receive standing ovation

Some of Okotoks’ most elite young actors showed off their talents at a provincial drama festival last week, taking home an honourable mention for ensemble acting.
What's on tap

What's on tap

What a spectacle Okotoks circus school Spectacle Blue is showcasing a circus adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Caroline to Okotoks in a production of aerial, acrobatic and dance moves. Tickets cost $10.50 for the matinee and $15.75 for the evening shows.
Choral group celebrating five years with concert

Choral group celebrating five years with concert

Dozens of singers who rose to the challenge of perfecting tough melodies are showing off their chops in a concert this weekend.
Lookalike filling big shoes

Lookalike filling big shoes

A bearded British Columbia musician is keeping one of America’s best selling musicians on the stage, thanks to his likeness to the retired country music legend.