Thank you to everyone who made the 2018 Day On The Creek a huge SUCCESS !

Day on the Creek Poster (click to enlarge

JOIN US FOR A “DAY ON THE CREEK” on May 30, 2018

It’s almost time for Day on the Creek 2018 and it looks like it will be a great day! Class presentations and open sessions will run throughout the day at more than 20 different learning stations. Everyone is invited to attend.

Date: Wednesday May 30th, 2018

Time: 9am to 3pm

Schedule of Activities: To view or print a PDF of the schedule click here (updated May 28).

Place:  Town of Pincher Creek, along the creek path all the way from Lion’s Park to the Ag Grounds. For a PDF Map click here or for a Google Maps link click here.

What to bring: This event will run rain or shine so DRESS FOR THE WEATHER.  Bring your own water and snacks for a picnic along the creek. For a list of what to bring click here.



What is the “DAY ON THE CREEK” ? 

First held on May 24, 2017, the Day on the Creek is a unique outdoor learning experience where students, parents, teachers and the general public can learn about the environment and human history along Pincher Creek and explore the importance of watershed stewardship. Day on the Creek is hosted by Waterton Biosphere Reserve along with the Town of Pincher Creek, Alberta Parks, and the Livingstone Range School Division.

During the Day on the Creek event, a series of learning stations are set up along and adjacent to Pincher Creek where it runs through the town of Pincher Creek. Volunteers and organizations come together to address a variety of topics and offer learning activities. Students and their teachers from CanyonMatthew Halton and St. Michael’s Schools are invited to spend the day along the creek and are scheduled to attend one or more presentations between 9 am and 3 pm. There are also a number of unscheduled activities ongoing throughout the day. While focused on the needs of students, everyone is welcome to attend the Day on the Creek and explore the various learning activities including:   

  • Traditional First Nations knowledge, history, and connections to our environment
  • Native plants and animals that live along Pincher Creek
  • Riparian and aquatic ecosystems and how to monitor their health
  • Human impact and responsibility for our environment
  • How our watershed works
  • Ways to steward our creek and keep it healthy
  • Local archaeology, geology, and history about Pincher Creek

If you would like to support the Day on the Creek 2019 please contact Nora Manners at or 403-627-1473.