Located directly inside West Edmonton Mall, world-renowned Fantasyland Hotel allows guests convenient access to the shops, restaurants, and attractions that WEM hosts. Featuring standard guest rooms along with unique theme rooms such as Polynesian, Princess, and Roman, Fantasyland Hotel provides guests with an unforgettable stay. In addition to the famous guest rooms, Fantasyland Hotel features 25,000 square feet of conference space, perfect for weddings, corporate events, or conferences. Lastly, the talented Fantasyland Hotel culinary team will ensure guests’ taste buds are satisfied whether dining at L2 Grill or having an exceptional meal in the hotel banquet space.
At Pigeon lake Provincial Park, about an hour’s drive from Edmonton, you can enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing a good night’s sleep. Sleep in a sturdy, insulated yurt — a round, tent-like structure — with real beds. Each yurt includes an electric heater, lights, and electrical outlets, kitchen tools, a fridge, and a kitchen table and chairs. A private deck offers a place to kick-back and soak in the scenery. Pigeon Lake Provincial Park offers comfort camping from early May until early October.
Close to Waterton National Park and Castle Mountain Ski Hill, the Westcastle Motel offers group rates and senior discounts. Amenities include: 32-inch LCD TVs, coffee in rooms, air conditioning, wireless Internet, and free parking. They are pet-friendly. They have 18 units to choose from and crews are welcome!
Come take a trail ride or wagon ride with Ophus Guest Ranch. The western horse tours are set to complement the natural settings and encourage everyone to love and enjoy horses as much as they do.
Luxury, health & wellness, adventure and everything in between! Join Evolve Retreat Co. for our 5-day Spring Into Wellness retreat in the spectacular Canadian Rockies. Get a fresh outlook on your health and fitness and learn how to live your best possible life.
Join this rugged hike into the Natural Preserve to one of our most famous bonebeds. There are still plenty of fossils found on the ground where a mass death event occurred 76 million years ago. Be prepared for rough terrain; wear good hiking shoes and bring water.
Be sure to catch Friends of the Battle River Railway's magical Christmas Train experience with Santa's elves, music, and much merriment! Bring your skates, explore the market, and roast a hotdog at the bonfire. Don't forget your Christmas wish list, as a visit with Santa is guaranteed! End the evening with the Parade of Lights and fireworks. Cost $80/adult, $60/ 3-12, under 2 are FREE (Ticket includes lunch and weiner roast) Depart Forestburg @ 1:00 pm Return from Alliance @6:30 pm
Widely recognized as the pre-eminent prize for Canadian artists 40 and under, the Sobey Art Award continues to attract national and international attention. Presented annually, the prize celebrates some of this country’s most exciting young artists — most of whom go on to artistic careers of considerable renown — while also providing significant financial recognition.On view for the first time at the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Sobey Art Award exhibition will feature works by this year’s five shortlisted artists: Stephanie Comilang, Nicolas Grenier, Kablusiak, Anne Low and D’Arcy Wilson. Certain to fascinate, challenge and inspire, this group exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to experience the best and brightest in Canadian contemporary art.The winner of the 2019 Sobey Art Award will be announced at the Art Gallery of Alberta on November 15.
This annual event at Chinook Honey Company offers family fun and fundraising for the Foothills Country Hospice Society. Visit with the donkeys, enter draws, taste mead and learn all about bees and honey. Admission to this event is free! For $2 per activity (proceeds to charity) you can partake in: - beeswax candle making - s'mores by the fire - honey taffy making - honey hot chocolate - mulled mead.