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Jasper National Park

Schedule of Events 2016

 Schedule of events 2016

Jasper in January: January 14 - 31

Jasper in January

If you’re looking for a good reason to resist the urge to hibernate this January, Jasper has three: Adventures, Appetites and Arts. These are the three themed weekends of Jasper in January, running from the 14 to 31, and they’ll be packed with enough deals, events and activities to turn even the biggest cold-weather humbug into a winter champion.

Parks Canada Winter Programming

Parks Canada Winter Programming

Parks Canada Interpreters will be serving up lots of fun-filled and informative programs this winter. From Wildlife Winter Adaptations to Fire Starting to Tipi Teachings and even Dark Sky Snowshoeing, there are programs for all ages and interests. 

Family Day Weekend: February 13 - 15

Learn to Love Winter

Visit Jasper National Park this February and learn to love winter (even if you do already)! Embrace the season and learn to snowshoe, fat bike, cook bannock, start your own campfire and get tips on outdoor winter fun.

National Aboriginal Day: June 18

National Aboriginal Day

10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Jasper Information Centre Lawn
Join in Jasper’s annual celebration of the rich culture and traditions of Aboriginal people. This year’s host, Simpcw First Nation, people of the North Thompson River, will energize the festival with a mini pow-wow event featuring dancers, singers, storytellers and other performers.

Canada Day: July 1

Canada Day 

The Road to 2017 is fast approaching, one more year and Canada will be turning the big “one-fifty.” Join us in Jasper National Park to celebrate Canada’s 149th birthday on
July 1, 2016. More details to come nearing the date.