Below is a list of Camrose and Area events. Use the "Filter by Month" drop-down feature to view only events in a certain month.
You may also find more events at the links below:
City of Camrose http://www.camrose.com/calendar.aspx
Don’t miss the Friday night fun!Cabaret Variety Night Series
Hot combos of music and comedy featuringestablished and up-and-coming artists and comedians. Join us for some great music and laughs on the follow Friday nights. Get two free variety night tickets when you purchase tickets to 4 shows from our season!
October 24, November 14, December 19, January 23, February 20 and March 20 at 8:30 PM.
Advance Tickets $15 at the Bailey Box Office or online
Further details click here
Christmas With You
December 19, 2014 @ 7:30pm
Monday, January 5 [5:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
AUMUS 265 Music Composition Course Presentation. Augustana’s student composers present their original compositions for solo piano. No charge for admission. The public is welcome.
January 21, 2015 @ 6:30pm
Canada's Premiere Bull Congress celebrating 29 years in 2015. The Camrose Regional Exhibition is home to the Canadian Bull Congress which is held in Camrose, Alberta every January. Mark your calendars for January 23 and 24, 2015. Entry forms are now available online and entry deadline is December 15, 2014.
Program of Events at http://bullcongress.com/
Tel: 780-672-3640 • Toll Free: 1-800-296-8112 • Fax: 1-780-672-8140 • email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, January 29 [6:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Robyn Phillips [Music Director, Mannheim Stadt Opera] Presents a Vocal Masterclass. Participants are the Bachelor of Music voice majors from the studio of Prof. Kathleen Corcoran. No charge for admission. The public is welcome.
The Rock Around The Clock tournament is a tournament that runs for 48 hours straight. We play from Friday evening until Sunday late afternoon. Players, coaches, parents, refs and officials are at the Fieldhouse day and night. There is always fun, energy and excitement to feed off at all times of the day and night. Although all teams will play day and night, there are several hours between games to catch some sleep, eat and look around Camrose.
Details at http://www.camrosesoccer.com
Thursday, February 5 [7:00 pm], Location: TBA, Camrose
An Evening of Music for the Theatre: Musical Theatre and Opera Arias Onstage! Students of today, stars of tomorrow present songs and arias staged and in costume. Orchestral accompaniment provided at the piano by Katrina Lexvold. Contact the Augustana Fine Arts Office (ph. 780-679-1532) for location and ticket information.
Pretend you and your beloved are traveling on the Orient Express as you make your way to the Kelsey dinner theatre for a wonderfully entertaining adventure. First departure: Alliance 9:30 am Returen Kelsey 4:30 pm. Ticket price includes dinner and the play. For details contact: Shara-Lynn Weller 780-374-2180 or Muriel Fankhanel 780-879-3924. or website www.friendsofbrr.ca
Sunday, February 8 [3:00 pm], Camrose Performing Arts Centre (Cargille Theatre)
Milton Schlosser, Piano in Recital! Featuring piano composers from various styles. No charge for admission.
As award winning American music journalist Dave Marsh stated a few years ago, “Keelaghan is Canada’s finest song writer.” In 2003, Keelaghan won first prize (Folk Category) in the 8th Annual USA Songwriting Competition. His passionate mix of roots rock, Americana, and contemporary folk has established Keelaghan’s presence in Europe, Australia, and North America. keelaghan.com
Wednesday, February 11 at 7:30 OM
February 13, 2015 @ 8:00pm
Performing Arts Centre Camrose
February 14, 2015 @ 2:00pm
featuring the Strathcona String Quartet
February 15, 2015 @ 2:00pm
Performing Arts Centre Camrose February 17, 2015 @ 8:00pm
Join rural Alberta’s community leaders and small business owners February 23 – 25, 2015 at the Camrose Regional Exhibition for the 15th Annual Growing Rural Tourism Conference. This year’s conference includes inspiring keynote presentations, concurrent sessions, delicious meals, an evening Gala and presentation of the Rural Tourism Champion Award, entertainment, and an opportunity to network with fellow tourism industry representatives and operators. Both educational and entertaining, this is an event you won’t want to miss!
New Event this year Entrepreneurship Challenge - Kick Start your project details here 2015ChallengeBrochure
Thursday, March 5 [8:00 pm], Camrose Performing Arts Centre (Cargille Theatre)
Carmina in Camrose - The Augustana Music Division celebrates the opening of the new performing arts centre in a grand, collaborative performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. Featured performers include Professor Kathleen Corcoran, soprano, Timothy Shantz, tenor, Roderick Bryce, baritone, Dr. Milton Schlosser & Dr. Roger Admiral, pianists, together with University of Alberta Augustana Choir, Mannskor, Sangkor, and Concert Choirs, Camrose Camerata, Edmonton Youth Choir, and the Orion Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. John Wiebe. Ticket information to be announced.
One Show Only! First show in Western Canada!
Performing Arts Centre Camrose March 07, 2015 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, March 8 [2:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Camrose & District Community Band in Concert! Performing a variety of selections, from standard concert band literature and marches, to jazz and movie themes. Directed by Tom Spila. The band is comprised of musicians from Camrose and area, as well as a significant number of Augustana students. Silver collection at the door.
Thursday-Saturday, March 12-14, Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Augustana Student Vocal Arts Festival. Third and fourth year Bachelor of Music Voice Majors from the studio of Professor Kathleen Corcoran will present individual solo recitals. Contact the Fine Arts Office (ph. 780-679-1532) for specifics of singer and recital times. No admission is charged. The public is welcome.
Thursday-Saturday, March 12-14 and Wednesday-Saturday, March 18-21 [7:30 pm], Augustana Campus Theatre Centre, Camrose
Augustana Winter Drama Production - The Illusion (by Tony Kushner), directed by Kevin Sutley. Pridamant, a contrite father, seeking news of his prodigal son visits a sorcerer. The magician conjures three episodes from the young man's life. Inexplicably, each scene finds the boy in a slightly different world where names change and allegiances shift. Pridamant watches, but only as the strange tale reaches its conclusion does he learn the ultimate truth about his son and valuable lessons about life and love. Tickets: $15 [general admission]; $5 [students with ID].
Neil Young Tribute -All Neil, All Night!
This acclaimed show features Kit Johnson leading a killer quartet through all chapters of Young’s amazing career. Acoustic and electric covering country, folk and rock and roll! www.kitjohnson.ca
Friday, March 13 at 8:00 PM
Advance Tickets $25 at the Bailey Box Office or online, further details click here
Sunday, March 15 [3:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Katrina Lexvold Third Year Solo Piano Recital. Featuring piano composers from various styles. No charge for admission.
March 18, 2015 @ 6:30pm
Plan to show - plan to shop
details 780-672-3640 or http://www.cre.ab.ca/
Friday, March 20 [12:00 noon], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
MunchMUSIC Noon-hour Recital. Eat lunch while enjoying the performances of music students and faculty. No charge for admission. The public is welcome.
Wednesday, March 25 [5:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Vocal Jury Recital featuring Augustana students from the studio of Prof. Kathleen Corcoran, with Roger Admiral, piano. No admission charged.
Conformation; Obedience Trials; Rally Obedience Trails
Friday & Saturday, March 27 & 28 [9:00 am-6:00 pm], Augustana Campus Art Studio - A030, Camrose
Augustana Student Grant Art Exhibition. Augustana students applying for visual art scholarships present their work in a student exhibition. The public is welcome. There is no charge for admission.
Performing Arts Centre Camrose March 31, 2015 @ 10:30am
Wednesday, April 1 [5:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Vocal Jury Recital featuring Augustana students from the studio of Charlene Brown, with Carolyn Olson, piano. No admission charged
Wednesday, April 8 [7:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Vocal Jury Recital featuring Augustana students from the studio of Joy-Anne Murphy, with Carolyn Olson, piano. No admission charged.
Celebrating Women 2015 promises to be a revitalizing symposium packed with informative sessions, dynamic speakers and fabulous displays. Speakers focus on a wide variety of topics that are relevant to all women and are entertaining, inspiring and educational. A variety of trade show booths will offer women the opportunity to obtain first-hand information and purchase products and services.
Interested in a trade show booth? call 780-672-3640
Cousin Harley -Featuring Canada’s Hottest Guitarist Paul Pigat
Blessed with a jazz man’s sheen, a rockabilly heart and a hobo’s soul, there aren’t many genres of music that don’t pull at Pigat’s wayfaring imagination like a magnet. “There’s always a few guitar players in any scene who are looked up at by the rest. Guitarist Paul Pigat is one such figure.” Vancouver Province
Friday, April 10 at 8:00 PM
Advance Tickets $25 at the Bailey Box Office or online; further details click here
Saturday, April 11 [3:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Spencer Kryzanowski Graduating Solo Piano Recital. Featuring piano composers from various styles. No charge for admission
Featuring Jim Byrnes (Friday Night), The Flying Crawdads, documentary movies, jams, workshops & more.
Juno Award winning bluesman Jim Byrnes and great guitarist Steve Dawson headline a weekend that will have Main Street Camrose hopping! Acoustic blues, electric blues, documentary movies on legends like David Bromberg, and informative but lively sessions that will be engaging and entertaining. Stay tuned for complete details. www.jimbyrnes.org
Friday, April 17 to Saturday April 18
Limited weekend passes $50. Individual tickets: Jim Byrnes $25 at the Bailey Box Office or online; further details click here
details coming soon
Story Readers Theater April 25 & 26, on the amazing life of the 'Railway King,' Sir William Mackenzie. Get a glimpse of the politics & culture of the day, his personal life as well as the enterpretneur spirit that resulted in the building of a transcontinental railway across Canada. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Northern Railway last spike in 2015
Show time 7:00 p.m. click here for details
Sunday, April 26 [3:00 pm], Augustana Campus Chapel, Camrose
Shall I Compare Thee… Join our chamber choir, The Augustana Choir, for a concert of music inspired by the poetry of the "Bard of Avon". We'll explore Shakespeare's texts through the music of composers from around the world, from classical, to jazz, to just plain fun. Tickets (only at the door): $18 (adults); $14 (students/seniors); $45 (family).
Benjamin Butterfield - acclaimed tenor, now living in Victoria, but we'll be on a bit of a northern tour so Camrose fits in well. In fact, his teacher was from there!
Performing Arts Centre Camrose
May 12, 2015 @ 10:30am
For details as they develop click here
May 27, 2015 @ 6:30pm
Performing Arts Centre Camrose
May 29, 2015 @ 8:00pm
Purchase or swap some of the many plants that grow so abundantly withon our Camrose Heritage Railway Station Gardens. For details Click here
As the proud host of the largest and longest running Fly-In Breakfast in Western Canada, the Camrose Flying Club has encouraged the spirit of General Aviation for more than five decades. Held annually on the last Sunday of May, the Camrose Fly-In Breakfast turns the local airfield into the busiest airport in Canada for just a few short hours. More than a thousand community supporters visit the annual event to see the more than one-hundred mostly general aviation aircraft parked on the airfield. details here
save the date and watch for more details
Enjoy several gardens throughout Camrose and area and a delicious Victorian luncheon in the Heritage Railway Station. The day starts at 10 am, meeting at the Railway Station, with an organized driving tour of several private gardens, finishing with a guided tour of the spectacular Railway Station historical garden park. Price is $25.00 including luncheon. Please pre-register by phone 780-672-3099.
Camrose Heritage Railway Station & Park invite everyone to participate in the dedication of their newest garden. Details by phoning 780-672-3099.
we’re excited to announce that the 2015 Big Valley Jamboree will be featuring country icon Brad Paisley as our Saturday night headline!
Ticket renewals for 2015 will be available starting Aug 18, and non renewal tickets available on Nov 1. 65 additional acres have been purchased to extend future camping for 2015. Details at www.bigvalleyjamboree.com
August 1, 2015 – Celebrate the contribution and women's role in our area's settlement. Wear a hat or clothing from a past era.
Details phone 780-672-3099
at the Camrose Heritage Railway Station & Park - Activities for all ages. Phone 780-672-3099 for details
Join the fun voyage of the Prairie Cruiseline bus tour around the Camrose County. Get inside historic one room school houses, country museums and churches.
contact Hazel at Tourism Camrose for details 780-672-4255
Spend a weekend in the country - Explore exceptional locations in scenic Camrose County on a self-guided driving excursion. Enjoy scrumptious goodies all weekend. Vote on your favourite imaginative hay bale art along the way. Visit Prairie Fun Days on facebook or contact Camrose Railway Station at 780-672-3099
*events at Meeting Creek on August 23
stay tuned for plans as they become available.
Save the date for this fun event.
Phone 780-672-3099 for details
details for 2015 coming soon.
Save the date
Save the date! November 20 – 22, 2015
Within our beautiful seasonnally decorated Tea Room or King George Room, enjoy one of our major fundraisers for the year. Annual Cookie Walk, Tea & Christmas White Elephant Sale; batches of cookies (including gluten free), festive baking, homemade Christmas carrot pudding and loaves. Enjoy tea with seasonal homemade desserts. Call 780-672-3099 for details
save the dates January 22-23, 2016
February 8 - for brides and exhibitors
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