Cultural Campfires have become a community favourite over the summer months. Each week at 7PM in Shikaoi Park, storytellers share stories from an array of cultural backgrounds around the campfire. It is a place where culture can be shared, understanding can be built, and connections can be nourished.

The campfires are designed not just to entertain community but to build community understanding, acceptance, and compassion.

LISTEN to stories from around the world,
CONNECT with people in our community.
FREE - Bring your lawn chair!

  • July 7: Cree storytelling with Barb Scott & Dianne Miele
  • July 14: Stories from The Royal Canadian Artillery Band
  • July 21: Filipino storytelling
  • July 28: Irish folklore with Kathleen Quinn and Dorothy Lowrie
  • August 4: Cree storytelling with Parry
  • August 11: Myths and Legends with the Stony Plain Public Library
  • August 18: Local ghost stories with Katelyn Huxter
    • Park N' Ride: A free shuttle will run from Heritage Park to the downtown area throughout the evening of August 18. Guests can catch the shuttle downtown for Cultural Campfires and Midsummer Thursdays, then return to Heritage Park in time to catch the Outdoor Movie.
  • August 25: Chinese folktales and harp performance with Jia Jia and Ruoh-Yeng Chang.

The Town of Stony Plain supports programs, projects, and events to ensure all layers of identity and difference are considered, supported and accepted in our community. Find out more about the Stony Plain’s Inclusion Priority.