Sam Steele Days Festival is going virtual
How can I join and enjoy the festivities as a citizen of Cranbrook/Kimberley?
Be sure to watch for our website to open up on June 14 with all the festivities available that are happening.
The first event that you won’t want to miss is the Stache for Cash! You enter as many times as possible for your chance to win a $100 gift card to a local restaurant. There will be riddles to answer and websites to visit. You can have one entry per riddle, but we expect to have over 50 participating businesses in this category.
Looking to go for a drive one night? Download Sam’s Pandemic Parade route map.
This will be available on June 15 and you can take the whole family for a drive. This will be self guided and on your own time as we wanted everyone to be able to do as much as they wanted during one day or be able to spread the parade over two days.
The decorations will be available at participating locations for drive-by from June 17 – June 20 at noon. Don’t miss out!
Thinking of going out for a meal during Sam Steele Days week?
Be sure to check our website for the listed Steele of a Deal restaurants! They are participating with a special dish dedicated to just Sam Steele Days. How exciting is this! Our local restaurants never disappoint in their creativity and you always leave wanting more. There is only one week to try these out and over 20 restaurants are participating. You don’t want to miss out on this deliciousness.
Last but not least, check out Sam Steele Days’ webpage for any extra events that will be happening at separate locations during the June 14-20th week. There are many different things that may excite you that you don’t want to miss out on.
We look forward to having the entire community participating in our virtual events and cannot thank you enough for your continued support of Sam Steele Days.
If you are looking at ways of supporting the festival as a business, please visit our Sam Steele Days website and you can see the many options of participation.
We couldn’t have this festival without the local support that we have received year after year.
Sam Steele Society