The ENMAX Centre is Lethbridge’s premiere entertainment venue and home of the Lethbridge Hurricanes Hockey Club. Located in south Lethbridge, the facility has seating for up to 6,600 people, featuring 24 luxury suites, 30 luxury lounge seats and the Canadian Western Bank Lounge. The team at ENMAX Centre is dedicated to providing a wide range of entertainment while creating unique experiences for the community. ENMAX Centre is proudly owned and operated by the City of Lethbridge.
WinSport's Canada Olympic Park is the premiere site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. Open year-round and home to a variety of activities including downhill mountain biking, mini golf, a Children's Activity Centre, zipline, bobsleigh, ice skating, skiing and snowboarding.
The Memorial Community Centre Arena was opened in 1963 and renovated in 1974 to host events for the Canada Winter Games. The winter Arena season runs from October 1st to March 31st and offers a wide variety of tournaments, games, drop-in opportunities and special events.Memorial Community Centre Arena features an indoor skating facility with free public and family skating. The heated spectator area is great for those wanting to enjoy the view. Hockey game entry is typically complimentary.
Spend a magical summer vacation or winter holiday in the beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountains. With a great rate and $99 activity credit per night, you're free to enjoy the many on-site activities. Get pampered at the Spa, savour gourmet dining or discover new adventures just outside your cabin door.
Experience hockey, the iconic and beloved winter sport of Canada. Hear what it takes to be a hockey player. Put on all the layers of hockey gear. With skates, helmets, puck and stick, step onto the ice rink and experience the thrill of playing hockey. Score your first goal! All equipment and coaching is provided in this two-hour experience.
The Silver Skate festival is an extravaganza of art, culture, recreation and sport! Edmonton's oldest winter festival returns and it is free for the whole family.
The annual SnowDays Festival is the highlight of the winter season in Banff and Lake Louise. A month-long celebration held during January and February, the festival features a variety of events, shows, and activities that combine history, culture and winter adventure.