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The show must go on for Okotoks theatre troupe

The show must go on for Okotoks theatre troupe

Goodger-Pink keeps its traditional Christmas show going
Okotoks live music scene on hold

Okotoks live music scene on hold

Reduced capacity doesn't make live music viable at Tribal Connections
Okotoks-born musician brews up holiday warmth with fundraiser

Okotoks-born musician brews up holiday warmth with fundraiser

An Okotoks-born musician is brewing up a musical collaboration for charity in time for the holidays.
Big Rock Singers making the most of challenging year

Big Rock Singers making the most of challenging year

“This gave them the opportunity to dive back in and do what they love with the people they love."
Reminder: Amplified lights tour to brighten spirits throughout Okotoks

Reminder: Amplified lights tour to brighten spirits throughout Okotoks

The Town is expanding its annual lights tour by kicking off the event the evening of Light Up Okotoks.
Millarville Christmas Market makes a return

Millarville Christmas Market makes a return

With everyday life in constant flux due to COVID-19, a mainstay has returned for the fall.
Halloween Tree to brighten spirits

Halloween Tree to brighten spirits

Dapper Ghost Studio will transport a black fiberglass tree decked out in Halloween-themed décor and lights throughout Okotoks neighbourhoods after dusk on Oct. 31.
Ghost-themed story stroll to boost Okotoks businesses

Ghost-themed story stroll to boost Okotoks businesses

The Spooky Story Stroll is opening the pages of book Ghosts in the House in 14 downtown businesses.
Okotoks band 'Tokes' gets technical

Okotoks band 'Tokes' gets technical

Eric Gallant and Connor Smith have delved into electronic music, creating 35 songs in six months and capturing the attention of music lovers online.
Eerie ghost tours going ahead in downtown Okotoks

Eerie ghost tours going ahead in downtown Okotoks

Historians with the Okotoks Museum & Archives and Okotoks District & Historical Society will tell spooky stories of hauntings behind downtown's aged facades the evenings of Oct. 29 and 30.