6 festivals you can 'go' to in June
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Just because we're sticking close to home, doesn't me we can't explore beyond.
Try these 6 virtual festivals and events in June that will give you a new perspective on small-town Alberta, BC wine country, coastal creatures, music, and film.
June 8, 8 pm PST/9 pm MST - Interview with a shark scientist
Join Doc Pow as he has an ocean-side chat with one of the world’s leading shark scientists and shark videographer, Justin Blake.
Justin did all the Great White footage for BBC for Planet Earth 3, coming out in 2021, which he says will blow our minds.
This one isn't exactly a festival, but it happens on World Oceans Day which we think is pretty cool.
June 11, 18, 25 & July 2 - The #FlagstaffOnline Showcase
Pour yourself a tea, take a tractor break, or tune in from your desk for a virtual showcase of creators, crafter, entrepreneurs and experiences in the Flagstaff Region. They don't call Flagstaff the 'community of communities' for nothing!
June 17, 24, July 1, 8 - The #LLBCOnline Festival
Put your feet up at home, kick back on a lawn chair, or tune in from your desk to virtually explore the Lac La Biche Region with tours, how-to's, fashion shows, giveaways, online shopping, and more.
June 9, 23 - Wine school is in session with Vinstitute.
The Vinstitute Wine School in Oliver BC runs online classes offering wine tasting seminars to help hone your senses and improve knowledge and awareness. It's part of the Uncork The Sun at Home Facebook live series by Oliver Osoyoos Winery Association.
June 13, 20, 27, July 4 - Calgary Folk Music Festival's virtual concert serries.
Virtually Live, presented by ATB, is an immersive interactive online six-week concert series Saturday evenings at 7 PM (MT)
June - September - The Banff World Media Festival is going virtual!
This virtual celebration of film and media will feature an inspiring schedule of interactive video sessions & online networking events.