Festivals and Events Calendar

Current seasonal hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Some events are included in your general admission / membership, while others require separate ticketing or registration. Click the activity you are interested in for more details.

Looking a few months ahead? Check out the event listings at rbg.ca/events

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Special Guest: How Does it Feel to be Born in Wood Buffalo National Park

Thursday, March 19, 2020 12:00 PM - 12:20 PM

wildlife rescue

Special Guest

Thursday March 19

12 p.m.; RBG Centre

RBG is pleased to welcome special guests to share their passion and expertise. Join us on Sundays for a new guest speaker each week. (Recommended ages 8+, 20 minutes, Saturdays only). Find this activity at RBG Centre; location varies. Specific location provided when you arrive.

Thursday March 19: How does it feel to be born in Wood Buffalo National Park Helen Panter, Public Outreach Education Officer. Have you ever wonder how it feels to be born in the largest national park in Canada? Discover how a whooping crane chick discover the gems of his birth place and how Parks Canada helped the recovery of the endangered Whooping Cranes.

Pop-Up Display: Coyote Watch Canada Coyotes are part of our urban and rural landscape. Discover how this community-based, wildlife organization which advocates positive human wildlife experiences and if there are ways you can help.

 Included in your General Admission or Membership

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Part of RBG's Winter Exhibit, Wildlife Rescue

Location: RBG Centre
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Please note the daily events / activities listed here may be located in different garden areas from other events occuring on the same day. Please check the location in each listing, and consider travel time between gardens when creating your schedule for the day. General Admission paid at one garden area will allow you access into all other gardens for that same day. Click here for an overview of all our gardens and trails.

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Hours and Admission

Learn everything you need to enjoy your time in the gardens! Online tickets available for purchase.

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Parking and Directions

RBG cosists of four formal gardens contained within 1,100 hectares of nature reserve. Parking is available at the various garden areas and trailheads.

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Upcoming Events

RBG hosts events year-round, from blooms celebrations, to performing arts, to holiday celebrations

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