Central Alberta city is keeping alive a tasty tradition
Experience artisan cheese making up close. Crystal Springs Cheese now has a retail location right in the factory. Sit at their bar overlooking production, while munching on classic Dutch Café food, prepared in house at their café. Factory tours are also available for your enjoyment. They have a wide selection of artisan cheeses, such as gouda, havarti and white cheddar, in an assortment of flavors, as well as a growing selection of specialty imported cheese. The store also features regular and Greek yogurt, and sour cream, all made in house. Take a short trip off the beaten path and pay them a visit.
Cherubs Gifts & Home Decor offers gardening and home decor items, clocks, accessories, candles, jewelry, fresh fudge and more.
Silver Cove Edmonton Ltd, a family owned company that started in 2007 by Melissa and Chris in Alberta, Canada. They are dedicated rock hounds, touring all over North America and the world digging their own gemstones such as Opals, Copralite, Tugtupite, and Ammolite. Gemstones, Home Décor, Gemstone Jewelry, Loose Facets, Mineral Specimens, Fossils, Crystals, Beads, Cabochons, and as much gem and mineral related pieces under one roof.Family Friendly
Your holiday twins the Calgary Stampede with stays in Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies. It includes entrance to the Stampede, all hotels - in Lake Louise staying at the Iconic Fairmont Chateau. Price correct as of 11/09/15.
Special Book Ahead & Save 15% or More Packages Available . Reservations can be made through the front desk
Where The Wild Things Are Susie Cipolla, Michael Cameron, Nikol Haskova with Banff Gallery Hop exhibition continues to March 31, 2020. As Canada House Gallery artists Michael Cameron, Susie Cipolla, and Nikol Haskova progress in their artistic journeys, they all transmute their life experiences with animals into visual stories. Susie Cipolla enjoys brief chance meetings with domestic animals and wildlife that pass through on her rural property. Rural living provides her with solitude and space to comprise original portraits of bears, deer, moose alongside the cows and pigs and other domesticated animals that live on nearby farms.Michael Cameron’s awareness of human interactions with wild creatures in the Rocky Mountains is forefront in his paintings. Wolves are a personal favourite of this artist and he seeks to bring attention and understanding to their “living conditions” in the Bow Valley. Individually or in a pack, wolves are this artists’ metaphor for community. Nikol Haskova has fascination with birds as messengers and storytellers and photographs them regularly to use as reference in her studio. She conveys the lightness of spirit and distinct personalities of each avian creature she encounters in her detailed depictions. Each painter has a deep sensitivity toward these subjects. Independent in their art practices, combined they are unparalleled in their understanding of animals and our connection to them.
Celebrate Canada's vibrant multiculturalism at the Edmonton Heritage Festival presented by Servus Credit Union. This annual 3-day outdoor festival features over 90 cultures showcased in 72 ethnic pavilions. Our country is your adventure. Enjoy authentic food, traditional entertainment, and shop for cultural crafts, artwork and clothing. Admission is free to this family-friendly, alcohol-free event. Share in the fun and fellowship, and learn about the customs and traditions of your friends, neighbors and ancestors.
Canadian Quilters' Association/Association canadienne de la courtepointe hosts the largest quilt show in Canada! Three days of workshops, lectures, entertainment, quilt shows and shopping at over 70 vendor booths! Over 400 quilts including the National Juried Show. Daily Grand Prize draws! Members, non-members and community welcome! Registration for workshops and lectures in January 2020.