Spend Alberta's Heritage Weekend in Didsbury at our Outdoor Living History Museum

Days of Yore 2018 at Rosebud Park in Didsbury Alberta

Days of Yore is an outdoor living history festival entertaining and educating the public to cultural traditions, lifestyles, and activities of bygone eras through authentic representation of those times.

Volunteer at the Festival

Volunteers have fun at Days of Yore!Volunteer Applications for the 2022 Days of Yore Fest are now open!

Are you:

  • Looking for a way to be involved in a truly awesome event?
  • Interested in history and performing?
  • Keen, reliable, and willing to lend a hand?
  • Interested in meeting new people with similar interests?
  • Wanting to learn new skills in an inspiring setting?

If so, we would love to hear from you!

Volunteers are vital to the success of Days of Yore. During the two-day event, our volunteers donate more than 200 hours of their time. Volunteers help with everything from helping the performers and artisans, taking tickets at the gate, handing out programs, and keeping the park tidy, to helping our guests "Stroll Through the Ages". It's a great way to immerse yourself while we all "step back in time"!

What will you do? Greet the public, distribute festival guides, answer questions, administer surveys and have fun! Got a question? Contact Days of Yore Chairman, Kathleen Windsor by phone at 403-335-9445 or by e-mail at daysofyore@mountainviewartssociety.ca.

Supporting arts, culture & heritage in Carstairs, Cremona, Didsbury, Olds, Sundre and the surrounding Central Alberta communities between Red Deer and Calgary.
Logo designed by Joel Windsor. Venues sponsored by the Town of Didsbury. Stay overnight at the Rosebud Valley Campground at the east entrance to Didsbury. The Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage Program was created to help you celebrate your community, its past and its present. Situated where the foothills of the Canadian Rockies meet the fertile plains, Mountain View County is in the heart of Alberta's Calgary - Edmonton corridor. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts provides support to arts organizations, giving them the power to inspire minds, encourage expression, foster creativity, and contribute to Alberta's economy. Logo designed by Lyle Schulz.