Bring the whole family to enjoy dozens of hands-on interactive exhibits at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary, and 150 years of Canadian sport history. This offer is valid for two adults and two children during regular operating hours. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.
Enjoy a day dedicated to exceptional beer with a guided tour and tastings at: Village Brewery, CRAFT Beer Market, Tool Shed Brewing Company and Last Best Brewing and Distilling. Tours include tastings, lunch, souvenirs and transfers. Tours every Saturday 10:30 - 5:30.
Enjoy the thrill of a Calgary Flames hockey game and the luxury of Fairmont Palliser with the Calgary Flames NHL Hockey Package. This package includes: overnight accommodation in a Fairmont room, with complimentary upgrade based on availability & two tickets to a Calgary Flames hockey game.
Onoway's historic Old Brick Schoolhouse is home to this museum which provides a glimpse into life around Onoway in earlier times through themed displays set up in the old classrooms.
Right off Hwy 9 and just 17 km (10.5 mi) west of Drumheller, Horseshoe Canyon in the Canadian Badlands is an eye-popping sight. Stand on the edge of this huge u-shaped canyon and survey the beauty and mystery of the badlands. The maroon-striped canyon walls reveal the layers of time down to the Cretaceous period, when dinosaurs roamed a lush sub-tropical habitat some 70 million years ago. The two arms of the canyon extend approximately 5 km (3 mi) each. For the adventurous, pick a trail and hike to the bottom.
DeBolt & District Pioneer Museum, incorporated in 1975, has grown from one small log building to tell the many stories of the Peace Country community. From the beautiful Bickell paleontology display, to First Nations items, early settlement and farming, homemaking, bee keeping, on to cattlemen with rodeo and sports history, each building has its own items of interest. The DeBolt & District Museum Society has also produced four local history books (Across the Smoky, DeBolt Country Club and Agricultural Society 60th Anniversary, Edson to Grande Prairie trail, and Bridges to the Past).
In 1933, four friends set out to prove to Canada that hockey isn’t just a sport for men. But with the Great Depression weighing heavily on the nation and political tensions rising in Europe, can they overcome the odds, and people’s expectations, and forge their own path to glory? Told through music and dance inspired by the jazz age, Glory is an uplifting hockey story that proves a woman’s place is on home ice.
Everyone who attends the Festival is fringing. Fringing is about experiencing something new and exciting. It’s taking a journey that YOU get to shape. It’s exploring the unknown while you also embrace the familiar. With more than 1,600 performances, 42 venues, three outdoor stages, four patios, and 65 vendors, the Fringe Festival is the ultimate DIY festival! Fringing comes in all shapes and sizes so don’t be afraid to jump in and make it your own.Whether you are seeing indoor theatre shows, watching outdoor performers, eating green onion cakes, sipping a drink in the Big Rock Beer Tent, or connecting with artists, once you step foot on the Festival site your fringing has begun!
The 2018 Alberta Pond Hockey Championships will tip its hat to the days when hockey was played the way nature intended it. Lac Cardinal, located between Peace River and Grimshaw, Alberta, provides a picturesque setting for the Alberta Pond Hockey Championships. Besides offering some “good old hockey games” the tournament will also offer a range of events for the whole family to enjoy. Puck drop will be on March 9, 10 & 11. Multiple divisions available.