Banff Public Library is back
The Banff Public Library is open once again! The library is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Public health measures while using the space are still in effect. For more information, visit banfflibrary.ab.ca
Speaker series for non-profits
Bow Valley non-profit organizations are invited to attend a free online series featuring speakers covering a variety of helpful topics. The series runs 12 – 1 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month. Register for the next event on June 22: learning how to blend strategy and storytelling to grow your non-profit audience. Learn more, and register online at bowvalleynonprofits.ca/training. For more training tools and resources for non-profits, visit bowvalleynonprofits.ca.
Pedestrian Bridge closed for maintenance
The pedestrian bridge will be closed for maintenance on weekdays until mid-July. Pedestrians and cyclists must detour to the Bow River Bridge on Banff Avenue while the pedestrian bridge is closed. The pedestrian bridge will be open on weekends throughout the duration of the maintenance.
Register for free parking
Visitor-Pay Parking is coming to Banff this month. Sign up for your Resident Parking Permit at banff.ca/ResidentPermit.
Right, Responsibilities, and Rule for Permanent Residents
Monday, June 23, 1 – 3 p.m.
An online session for all permanent residents or anyone who has submitted an application. Learn about you rights and responsibilities, how to keep or lose your status, community and government resources, and more. Thanks to the generous support of community partners, information session attendees receive a $20 gift card to a Banff or Canmore grocery store. Visit banff.ca/Settlement, call 403.762.1144, or email email@example.com for more information, and to register for the session.