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Turn on the oven and break out those pans, it’s time to make some homemade fruit leathers. Why not craft your own delicious recipe and rest easy knowing what you’re fueling your body with.
Zelda Nelson has been creating beautiful works of art that capture the true essence of Rocky Mountain beauty for decades. This year she is being honoured in the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Fourty years later, Stonecrop studios is still bringing light to the creativity that lives in the Canmore arts scene. These local artists are being celebrated for their dedication to their craft.
Buying local is one thing, but foraging for your own greens in this great big mountain backyard is the way to really step up your food game.
As a teacher and a mentor, Priscilla Janes gives much more than just the fruits of her talents to the Canmore arts community. This community builder is being honoured for her efforts in this year’s Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Get the dirty on the local food scene here in the Bow Valley. Buying local and eating local is on the rise, and we’ve got all the details.
Shirley Chinneck took a big risk when she left a long-term, successful career to dive head first into her passion for art, and it's all paying off for this Canmore-based artist.
Why put in more work than necessary? You can enjoy a delicious pie without having to slave over a hot oven all day! Check out Mystee’s latest, greatest local food creation.
We don’t suggest that you put these herbs in a pipe and smoke them, but we do suggest adding them to your summer dishes for an extra dash of delicious.