Take your family on a road trip to the Canadian Badlands, and learn something while you're at it! This package includes overnight accommodation at select hotels in Drumheller and family admission pass to Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site. Restrictions apply.
Guided tours of the Reynolds Alberta Museum's warehouse provide an exciting look at hidden gems in the museum’s collection. This 75 minute tour is offered daily beginning July, ending August 31, 2018, includes transportation and aviation quadrants. The tour focuses on "made in Canada". Age 12+. No wheelchair access.
The Groom a Horse program is a V.I.P experience for all ages. The participant will learn how to groom and saddle a horse in preparation for the Fort’s famous Musical Ride. Inspect the troops of the Fort’s Mounted Patrol. Valid July & August.
The Lac Cardinal Pioneer Village Museum is representative of life in the 1920s to 1940s. The Village includes: an authentic farm site with antique equipment, furnished houses, hall, bakery, Municipal Office, church, school, blacksmith shop, general store and a fire hall. A replica train station serves as the main office and gift shop.Amenities include: Wheel chairs accessible public washrooms, guided tours, gift shop, camping. We are open from May long to September long weekend from Thursday to Monday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Visit small town Alberta in the past through 23 buildings on 14 acres and over 10,000 artifacts. Enjoy the heritage village, farm machinery displays, indoor street scene with touch screen information stations, and more exhibits being added all the time. Enjoy lunch at the Tea House, open Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer. Open for Canada Day celebrations.
The ever-changing, award winning, Millet and District Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is located on the west side of Highway 2A at the north end of the Town of Millet, which is about 40 minutes south of Alberta's capital, Edmonton. Open year round in The Prettiest Town in Alberta, the official and accredited Travel Alberta community VIC has well trained travel counsellors to assist with travels within the community and the province of Alberta. We provide free Wifi, a small gift shop with locally made crafts as well as over 3,000 sq ft of museum displays.
The 2019 World Men’s Curling Championship will be played at the ENMAX Centre in Lethbridge, from March 30-April 7, hosted by Curling Canada and the World Curling Federation. A total of 13 Member Associations will compete in Lethbridge — the second year of a 13-team format. Teams will qualify through the Pacific-Asia, Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships, Americas Challenge and World Qualification Event. Berths will be distributed in the following manner:• Two Americas Zone (including host Canada) *• Two Pacific-Asia Zone *• Eight European Zone *• Two from World Qualification Event• * The zone with the lowest-placed team at the previous World Curling Championship loses one guaranteed berth. Canada will be represented by the winner of the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier. The action off the ice will be just as hot, as the rollicking party known as the World Famous Patch will be a short walk from the rink to the Servus Sports Centre. Along with the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the athletes, the Patch will offer live music, dancing, drinks and food, as well as interactive activities for the entire family.
Join us at the Gazebo park in downtown Blairmore, Alberta for a special Saturday Fall Market. We are an outdoor market typically running Thursday evening from June 28-Sept 6 but are hosting an extra special market to celebrate fall. We strive to create a community gather that features a variety of food, crafts, artisans, music and entertainment and more! Its a great place to come, spend the day and enjoy all our community has to offer! If you are a vendor wanting to join us, our vendor applications are now posted on our website.
Music in the Plaza is back for another summer season, bigger and better than ever! Rain or shine, Heritage Park presents an evening of outstanding FREE music every Wednesday throughout July and August. Once again, the Stampede Talent Search will partner with Heritage Park to provide a weekly opening act. The featured acts are selected from among Western Canada’s finest up and coming artists, and range from roots to rockabilly, orchestral to indie and everything in between. Performances are free of charge and take place before the Park gate in Heritage Town Square. If raining, concerts will be held inside Gasoline Alley Museum. Bring a blanket, pack a picnic or dine on the patio of the Selkirk Grille while enjoying two hours of live music. Heritage Park’s Railway Café offers a variety of sandwiches, bakery items and drinks (perfect for picnics). The unique shops of the Haskayne Mercantile Block will remain open and the Selkirk Grille’s patio is the perfect place to enjoy a frosty beverage, fine food and fabulous music.