Fort McMurray's only boutique hotel, Chez Dube, is anything but generic. Located in the heart of the city, nestled alongside the beautiful Borealis Park and near the riverbank, this hotel offers luxury in the cleanest, quietest, and most enveloping atmosphere. Indulge in made-to order hot breakfast served weekdays by the Inn's personal chef. Regular rooms and executive rooms available.
Rock Lake Lodge is a full-service lodge with four private cabins located in Rock Lake Provincial Park Alberta. We are minutes away from the mouth of the Willmore Wilderness Park and a short day trip from both William A. Switzer Provincial Park and Jasper National Park.
Locally owned and operated, the Ridgeport Inn takes pride in its customer service, cleanliness, accommodating rooms and amenities, and sensible rates. There are 78 rooms available with full kitchenettes including rooms with whellchair accessibility. Continental breakfast are available daily .
The Banff Craft Beer Festival is coming to The Cave and Basin in Banff. Sample amazing food from of Banff's best pubs and restaurants, and sample beers from Alberta's own breweries. Package includes: 1 or 2 nights accommodation, event tickets and tickets to Wild Bill's Legendary Saloon. Multiple packages available.
Chefs in Banff and Lake Louise exude a spirit of adventure. Join them in a culinary celebration featuring unique, fixed-price menus at participating restaurants in $29, $39 and $49 categories between Oct. 24 - Nov. 6. Restrictions apply.
Take a walk on the wild side with an Explorer tour of a natural cave and relax at the luxurious Blackstone Mountain Lodge. Your package includes an overnight stay for 2 at the Blackstone Mountain Lodge and tour of a wild, undeveloped cave under Grotto Mountain near Canmore.
The Edmonton Pride festival seeks to celebrate and bring together LGBTQ community, their family, friends, co-workers, supporters, the business community and the community at large in spirit of camaraderie, honour, pride and respect.
9th annual Stompin’ Scarecrow Festival Shindig. Friday, October 21st. Cocktails at 6:00 p.m. Dinner at 7:30 p.m. Auction and dance to follow (The Chucks) Admission: $125.00 reserved tickets. 9th annual Stompin’ Scarecrow Fest-of-ale. Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 Revolution Place. 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Admission: $40.00 general admission. Craft beer tasting, music and art. Sponsored by: The Den Pub & Carvery and Vintage Wine & Spirits. 9th annual Stompin’ Scarecrow Family Stomp. Sunday, October 23rd. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission: $10.00 family of 4.
Ballet Kelowna brings excellent, inspiring and memorable dance to British Columbia and the Canadian west. Founded in 2002, and under the leadership of Artistic Director and CEO (AD/CEO) Simone Orlando since 2014, Ballet Kelowna brings excellent, inspiring and memorable dance to Canadians. The Company presents numerous styles of dance from Canada’s finest emerging and established choreographers, and embraces the precision and elegance of ballet technique to create original new works that captivate and engage today’s diverse audiences. For more information, visit www.balletkelowna.ca