Discover Rosebud and its refreshing moments nestled in a beautiful river valley with plenty of comfortable accommodations. On Facebook - check out "Rosebud & Area Events " for ideas to enrich your stay.
As You Travel to Rosebud
- How to get to Rosebud
- AMA Area Road Report
- Rosebud Weather Forecast
- Boomtown Trail Highway 21 attractions
- The Canadian Badlands - Tourist venues
- Travel Drumheller Info
- Local ghost towns
- Badlands Adventure Interactive Map
- Local fishing - Severn Creek Reservoir
- Rosebud Art Village
- Rosebud Museum
pioneer & ranching history
- Rosebud Volunteer Fire Dept. Info
- Rosebud Community Enhancement Society (RCES) info page
- Flickr Photos - Rosebud
- Phone 403.677.2350 for current events & info. Box 693, Rosebud, AB T0J 2T0
- Rosebud Theatre
- Rosebud School of the Arts
- Canadian Badlands Passion Play
- Royal Tyrrell Museum
- Atlas Coal Mine
- East Coulee School Museum
- Homestead Antique Museum
- Drumheller Rocks Geotourism
- Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park
- Last Chance Saloon
- Rockyford Lions Rodeo
- Geocaching-Canadian Badlands
- Paddling the Rosebud River
- Wild West Badlands Tours
History and Roots
- Rosebud Theatre Blog
Through Rose Colored Glasses
- Randall Wiebe's Photo Gallery
- The Rosebud Trail - early 1900 pioneer stories collected by John J. Martin
- School of the Arts and Theatre beginnings
- Akokiniskway - Rosebud Area History ONLINE includes, Beynon & Redland
- Train pictures of the Rosebud Valley
- Local Harvest videos on YouTube
Skibsted Farm 2010, 2011,
Schultz Farm 2012, 2013
- In Memory of Richard Cosgrave, the chuckwagon driver the Calgary Stampede Aggregate Trophy is named for.
ARTS, theatre, golfing, fine dining just 60 minutes from Calgary
The Wizard of Oz
Summer Opera House Show
By L. Frank Baum Adapted by John Kane
May 29 to Sept 5, 2015
Adult / Senior Tickets range from $68.10 to $80.70
A magical prairie musical adventure for the whole family!
There's no place like home
A massive tornado sweeps a teenage Dorothy and her dog Toto off to the land of Oz. With the help of the Good Witch of the North and a few friends she meets along the way, she travels the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City in hopes that the Great and Powerful Oz can get her safely home before the Wicked Witch of the West can stop her.
Performances run Wednesday to Saturday.
Matinees: Meal seating 11:00 am to noon. Performance 1:30 pm
Evenings: Meal seating 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Performance 8:00 pm
Update on Rosebud Lions "Royal" Brunch
The brunch has raised just over $10,000 to go towards Royal's medical expenses to fight bone cancer. Thank you so much to all who have contributed so far. If you would still like to donate; please send your cheques to Rosebud Lions Box 608, Rosebud, AB T0J 2T0 and mark in the memo line "Royal Sproule fund".
On the Studio Stage
Spring Studio Stage Show
May 6 to June 20
Listen as June Carter Cash sings her heart away about loving the Man in Black. More Information
All shows are at 5:00pm at the Studio Stage.
A musical story from the heart.
June Carter and Johnny Cash are set to play a concert in Rosebud, but Johnny has landed himself in the hospital. What's a Carter girl to do when the show must go on? Come and hear June Carter Cash and her mother, Maybelle Carter, sing their way through the joys and the tears that come with loving the Man in Black.
Please note: a meal is not included with our Studio Stage performances. Wild Horse Jack's will be open from 12pm to 8pm. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 1-877-987-2999.
A romantic rollercoaster
It's December 1940. On an eastbound train from California, a bookish young woman dreaming of adventure as a missionary shares a seat with a worldly young flyer who wants to be a writer. When May and Raleigh discover they are from neighbouring towns, romantic interests emerge that simply must be explored. A cheeky tale about an unpredictable romance and the places it can go.
Please note: a meal is not included with our Studio Stage performances. Wild Horse Jack's will be open, however, and reservations can be made by calling 1-877-987-2999.
Rosebud Chamber Music Festival 2015
July 27 to August 2, 2015, come to Rosebud, the heart of the Badlands to experience great musical works performed by some of Canada´s most exciting chamber musicians. Come be carried away during one of the weeks concerts, or check out a workshop or the thrilling Reading Party.
An ecletic collection of Artists on the Rosebud Stage. For tickets, call the Rosebud Theatre Box Office at 1-800-267-7553.
Don Amero – June 3 at 7:30pm Akokiniskway Gallery. Tickets are $20 plus GST and can be booked through the Rosebud Theatre Box Office at 1-800-267-7553. http://donamero.com/
Open Mic Night at Wild Horse Jack's – June 4, September 3, October 1, and November 5.
Bring your instruments and hit the stage in Rosebud. Perform original or cover music. Don’t perform? Don’t worry! It’s also wing night!
October 4, 2015
An intimate afternoon with the author of The Shack
Spend an afternoon hearing from the author of the best-selling book, The Shack. A limited number of tickets are available for an exclusive pre-show meal with Paul.
$27.50 Single Ticket
$25.00 Group (20 or more)
$23.00 Season Ticket Holders
$100.00 Exclusive Meal with Mr. Young
John Wort Hannam
October 18, 2015
Rootsy Folk Musician
John is a powerful singer with rootsy, melodic songs that go straight to the heart. Ticket price does not include a meal. Wild Horse Jack's Bistro & Grill will be accepting reservations.
$27.50 Single Ticket
$23.00 Season Ticket Holders
Rosebud´s Maverick Rancher:
"Wild Horse Jack" Morton
Many is the story that could be told of this tall generous prankster.
In the News
Posted May 12, 2015
"We're Off to See the Wizard" this summer
Studio Stage Talk-backs:Q&A with members of the company after the show every Wednesday and May 22 & 29
Carter-Cash Sing-along:May 23 after the show. Bring your instruments and voice to this informal jam session and sing-along of June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash songs with the cast of Wildwood Fire.
Friday Talk-backs:Every Friday (excluding May 29), join members of the company for a question & answer period after the show.
Fridays with Morris:June 19, 26, Aug 28 & Sept 4 before the show. Join Artistic Director, Morris Ertman and various guest artists for a discussion about the “why” behind each show.
Join the Chorus:June 27 from 4:00 – 5:30pm. Learn a number from The Wizard of Oz under the eyes and ears of our artistic team. Fee of $5/person applies & reservations required.
Spotlight Series: July 3 before the show. Discuss the book, the movie, and the cultural phenomenon of The Wizard of Oz.
True Stories: July 18, 25, Aug 22 & 29. Join Resident Company Member, David Snider as he guides participants ina warm, welcoming opportunity to exchange “True Stories” after the matinee.
Behind the Scenes Tour:After the matinee on June 13, July 11 & August 8.See the magic behind the curtain. Hosted by Rosebud Theatre production staff.
Posted May 2, 2015
The Story of June Carter Cash
Posted March 21, 2015
The True Story of Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan
Student Matinees available - $15.75 including a our and actor talkback. Meal options available. Call Melanie at 1-800-267-7553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Dec 8, 2014
2015 Rosebud Theatre Season
The Miracle Worker by William Gibson (Spring Opera House starting March 27)
Wildwood Fire by Lauren DeGraaf and Kelsey Krogman (Spring BMO Studio Stage)
The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, adapted by John Kane (Summer Opera House)
The Last Train To Nibroc by Arlene Hutton (Summer BMO Studio Stage)
Mass Appeal by Bill C. Davis (Fall Opera House)
A Wind In The Willows Christmas in Rosebud, featuring the music of John Rutter´s Three Musical Fables
Posted August 18, 2014
Calgary Philanthropists Donate to Rosebud
Rosebud School of the Arts
2015 EDUCATION SERIES
Interested in bringing your students to Rosebud or bringing Rosebud artists to your classroom? Download our Education Series brochure to find out how!
At Rosebud Centre of the Arts, we believe an enriched arts curriculum can have a positive impact on a child's overall academic and long-term success.
We know that live theatre and theatre training can stimulate a student's imagination, discover hidden talents, and nurture creativity.
Storytelling Workout July 2-4. Ignite body, voice and imagination to brting true stories to life.
Filmmaking Intensive July 21-23. Get a taste of all elments of filommaking from pre-production to screening while creating a short film.
Art Intensive July 27-31. Hone your visual skills through a week of ahdnds-on studio training with professional artists.
Phtotography Boot Camp & Intensive
August 3-7. Learn phtogrpahy basic in the Bootcamp (Aug 3-4) then join the intensive
(Aug 5-7) where you will deepen your skills in the pricturesque Rosebud landscape.
If you are an Educator and wish to be on our regular email list, please contact Shauna Murphy at 403-677-2350 or by email at email@example.com
At the Akokiniskway Art Gallery
Jay Russel has a new website for his vintage bicycles http://rosebudvintagebicycles.weebly.com/
ROSEBUD RIVER DEVELOPMENTS
Do you want to buy or build a home or small business in the hamlet of Rosebud? Ask about single family-multi family, condominium and cooperative housing. Contact LaVerne Erickson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jason Knibb at email@example.com
Do you have old glasses/hearing aids of any sort? Lions Recycle for Sight box is in
Rosebud Museum - drop off pre-show.
Christian Education Classes for all ages 10:00 am
Worship Service: 11:00 am. Phone 403-677-2244
Tues: Women's Study & Prayer 9:30 am
Wed: Men's Gathering RCA Office 7:30 am
Congregational Prayer - church Tues. 7:00 pm