At the Crossroads of
Hwy 75 & 68
Spring Showcase
May 12th, 2018
Hat Daze
June 15-17th, 2018
Father's Day Weekend
Fly In same weekend!
Crazy Days
Kid’s Night Out
Fall Fest
Holiday Showcase
Holiday Events
Merry Christmas!
July 21-23:  Yellow Medicine County Fair   
National Night Out:  Tuesday August 2nd
August 8th, Saturday:  Crazy Days are coming!
Fall Fest:  Sept 17th (Saturday)- Classic Car Show & Theater Special Showings
Spring Showcase - April 16th, 2016
Pick up your Hat Daze Raffle Tickets
Saturday Events:
Brat Feed 10:30 - 1pm  Sponsored by Arts Council
St Peter's Spring Fling
White Sidewalls  7PM
The White Sidewalls Rock n’ Roll Revue will appear at the Canby Theatre on Saturday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m.   This will be an evening of rock n’ roll, rockabilly and doo-wop music to help raise funds for a second digital projector for the Canby Theatre. 
The White Sidewalls date back to 1971 when Pat Brown, also known as "Hound Dog," formed the group.  The band held their first rehearsals in Brown's kitchen in Forest Lake and quickly found gigs in small bars, ballrooms and at high school dances. By the summer of 1972, the band had a booking agent and started playing larger venues and better gigs. By 1978, they flew to their first big concert and dance in the Super Dome in New Orleans. In the late summer of 1979, they started a series of full summer shows at Valleyfair in Shakopee, which lasted about 10 years.
After a 20-year hiatus in which the White Sidewalls continued to perform without many of the original members, they reformed in 2007. While the band cycled through more than 40 members and musicians since its inception in 1971, two of its original members continue to perform: Brown, who plays guitar and is also the band's musical director, and Dave "Swanee" Swanson who plays sax and guitar.  The group was inducted in the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame in 2012.
Advance tickets for the event are available at Jim’s Market, Canby Drug & Gifts and at the Canby Theatre. 
Gangsters in Minnesota Presentation Scheduled for November 1 in Canby
The Canby Arts Council, sponsored by the City of Canby, announces that Chad Lewis, Minnesota researcher, author and lecturer will give a presentation about “Gangsters in Minnesota” on November 1 at the Canby Theater, Canby, MN. 
This special presentation is an opportunity for people to see what is happening at the Canby Theater and to learn more about some of America’s most infamous gangsters as they turned Minnesota into the land of 10,000 crimes.
Doors to the theater will open at 6:30 P.M. on Saturday, November 1.  People can enjoy some autumn appetizers and desserts while they look around the theater.  The presentation by Chad Lewis will begin at approximately 7:15 P.M.
There is no charge to attend this event, but free will donations above the speaker’s fee will be added to the theater renovation fund.
Ghost Hunt & Investigation:  August 30th     What will they find?
Results will be announced at a
Fundraiser for non-profit historical buildings in Canby
Canby Theater, The Depot, & Historical Lund-Hoel House
Canby’s National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, August 5th at the Swimming Pool Park beginning at 6:00 PM.
       Canby 4Kids is looking for volunteers to assist from 5 pm- 9pm.
Warm weather means Spring Showcase just around the corner:  April 12th!
2013 Christmas Activities!
(More details in November)
Chamber Calendar - get information to Joyce Olson-Baer
Lighting Contest sponsored by Otter Tail Power
Cookie Decorating
Santa Photos
Movie Event - Canby4Kids
Santa Hotline - Canby4Kids
Tour of Homes - 12/7
Living Nativity - 12/7
Fall Fest
(renamed from Oktoberfest)
Hat Daze June
Spring Showcase  April
Annual Chamber Business Appreciation Night
Holiday Activities 2012

Christmas & Holiday Activities

Great Pumpkin Contest
Grand Prize Winner:  $100 Canby Cash
Dawn Gawerecki
Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Hot Dog Eating Contest
Corn  Shelling Contest
2012 OktoberFest Corn Shelling 12012 OktoberFest Corn Shelling 22012 OktoberFest Corn Shelling 3
From extreme heat and humidity in July to blizzards in winter...
Enjoy the weather!  It is the best topic of conversation in town!
January 2012 made history with 60+ degrees!
Welcome to Minnesota weather...