This is Mountain View County’s largest festival of its kind. Art lovers see Didsbury Alberta come alive with all that is arts and culture in our region, including dancers, storytellers, musicians and songwriters, handicrafts, painters, potters, carvers – you name it, if it’s artsy, it’ll be here!
We will be saluting arts and culture and our local heritage and, once again, we’re doing it all in beautiful downtown Didsbury! Take a stroll down “Music Block” with Alberta musicians performing at the Elks Hall and the Vintage Coffee Bar. Chalk Artists will be scattered throughout the downtown core, and Artists at Work fills the Train Station!
The Didsbury Museum hosts the 6th Annual Scarecrows on Parade Competition during the Mountain View Arts Festival in Didsbury.
Mexican Yarn Art
Play Board Games & Puzzles
Picnic with a Scarecrow
“Make It Take It”
Instrument Play Day
ART & ARTISTS
Artists at Work
Make a Wishing Tree
Chalk it Up
Bad Art Studio
Handmade Artisan Market
Opening Minds Through Art
DHS Art Gallery
MUSIC & DANCE
Instrument Play Day
Unplugged at the Museum
Dance Like No One’s Watching
Colour a Barn Quilt
Scarecrows on Parade
Inuit & First Nations
Old-Tyme Candy Store
Stroll Historic Didsbury
Railway Artifacts at the Ticket Office
Who is it for?
Tickets : Admission by donation
How to get tickets?
At the door
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time: September 7 & 8, 2019 | 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
6th Annual Scarecrows on Parade: @ Didsbury Museum
Venue: Didsbury Library: 2033 – 19th Avenue, Didsbury Alberta
Didsbury Museum: 2110 – 21st Avenue, Didsbury Alberta
Train Station: 1811 – 20th Street, Didsbury Alberta
Didsbury Elks Hall: 1914 – 20 Street, Didsbury Alberta
Vintage Coffee Bar: 2019 – 19 Avenue, Didsbury Alberta
Top Note Music School: 2029 – 19 Avenue, Didsbury Alberta
Train Station: 1811 – 20 Street, Didsbury Alberta
Free Parking, Street Parking
Public transport not accessible
Shuttle Bus takes you from venue to venue. Park your car and take the shuttle.