January 29th. Sunday

LOLE WELLNESS WEEKEND

Where: FAIRMONT JASPER PARK LODGE
When: ALL DAY

MEN'S POND HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Where: FAIRMONT JASPER PARK LODGE
When: ALL DAY

DEMO DAYS

Where: MARMOT BASIN
When: 9:00AM - 4:00PM

WILDLIFE WINTER ADAPTATIONS

Where: MARMOT MEADOWS
When: 11:00AM

LUUK WIJK ARTIST RECEPTION

Where: YELLOWHEAD MUSEUM & ARCHIVES
When: 11:30AM - 1:30PM

JASPER IN JANUARY BREWERY TOUR

Where: JASPER BREWING CO.
When: 12:00 - 2:00PM

FIRE STARTING AND BANNOCK BAKE

Where: MARMOT MEADOWS
When: 1:00PM

APRES SKI

Where: MARMOT BASIN
When: 2:00PM

NATIONAL MASTERS WORLD CUP

Where: MARMOT BASIN
When: Reg @ 8:00AM

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National Masters World Cup - Marmot Basin

Cost: $20
Jan. 29, 2017, 8 a.m.

Race the Masters World Cup this January 28th & 29th at Marmot. GS, Slalom, or both!
$20 per race, Register online or from 8:00 - 9:30AM at Marmot's Group Sales on the day of the race.

Marmot Basin Demo Days

Jasper in January 2017  Demo-Day
Cost: Free
Jan. 29, 2017, 9 a.m.

Come try the new and exciting gear from Head, Nordica, Marker, Pure Outdoors and 93 North Skis.
Stay tuned to www.skimarmot.com for further updates and additional brands joining Demo Days!

Wildlife Winter Adaptations - Photography Edition

Cost: Free
Jan. 29, 2017, 11 a.m.

Jasper National Park is one of the best places in the province for wildlife photography. Park interpreters will be leading their regular Wildlife Winter Adaptation Hike, but with a little twist! Bring your point and shoot camera (or cell phone) and we'll share all the information we know about wildlife photography for simple cameras.
So here's where the thirst for knowledge and learning comes into play. Parks Canada Interpreters will be at Marmot Meadows this winter offering fun interpretive programs for everyone to enjoy.
Join an interpreter around the fire for stories while trying your hand at new skills, like making a fire with flint and steel or cooking bannock on a stick. On some weekends we will even have hot chocolate and S'mores!
Every weekend we will offer a wildlife camera safari where you will do a bit of hiking or snowshoeing > depending on the conditions. Along the way you can practice wildlife tracking and learn how trail cameras are helping us better understand the park's wildlife.
A traditional tipi will also be set up where Aboriginal programs and cultural teachings will occur in and around the tipi.

Luuk Wijk Photography Artist Reception

Jan. 29, 2017, 11:30 a.m.

View gems and jewels in Jasper National Park through the work of local photographer Luuk Wijk.
"Colour, composition and contrast are my main focus in landscape photography. My favourite time to shoot is early morning. When the world is briefly shown in different light, with colourful clouds and mountain peaks. I hope to combine traditional photography techniques with a modern day approach in the dark room. All without losing the true meaning of landscape photography > to capture the presence of nature. For me preferably without any sign of mankind. And in beautiful light."
Snacks and a cash bar will be available at the reception.
Luuk's work will be on exhibition at the museum from January 13th to February 20th.

January Brew Tour

Jasper in January 2017  brew-Jasper Brew Tour
Cost: $60
Jan. 29, 2017, noon

The Jasper in January Brew Tour includes sampler, brewery tour with the Brewmaster, souvenir pint glass, Jasper Brewing Co. t-shirt, choice of burger or sandwich off the menu. 18+
Come visit Jasper's National Park Brewery. Six signature beers brewed on-site, we use only the best: premium hops and malts combined with our own cultured yeast strains. Our final ingredient is the pure, natural mountain water sourced from the great Canadian Rockies. Unlike most commercial breweries, we do nothing to our water but remove the chlorine added to it.
Space is limited! To secure your spot email amanda@bearhillbrewing.com.

Fire Starting and Bannock Bake

Jasper in January 2017 Fire Starting and Bannock Bake
Cost: Free
Jan. 29, 2017, 1 p.m.

Learn a few outdoor winter skills, like how to start a fire with flint and steel using natural materials, then cook your own bannock on a stick for a tasty treat. We invite you to bring your own treats to roast over the fire as well, the fire will stay lit for most of the afternoon. We'll provide hot chocolate and tea.
Parks Canada Interpreters will be at Marmot Meadows this winter offering fun interpretive programs for everyone to enjoy.
Join an interpreter around the fire for stories while trying your hand at new skills, like making a fire with flint and steel or cooking bannock on a stick. On some weekends we will even have hot chocolate and S'mores!
Every weekend we will offer a wildlife camera safari where you will do a bit of hiking or snowshoeing > depending on the conditions. Along the way you can practice wildlife tracking and learn how trail cameras are helping us better understand the park's wildlife.
A traditional tipi will also be set up where Aboriginal programs and cultural teachings will occur in and around the tipi.

Apres Ski - Marmot Basin

COST
Jan. 29, 2017, 2 p.m.

Relax with friends in Marmot Basin's Caribou Lounge. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Marmot's Caribou Lounge, enjoy drink specials and an afternoon snack between 2:00pm and 5:00pm each weekend. The full menu will be offered until 4:30pm, the bar will be open until 5:00pm and a complimentary shuttle will be running back to the parking lots as well as into Jasper at 5:15pm.

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