From June 1st to September 1st, the museum is open weekends only from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can tour open area displays of farm machinery and memorabilia, as well, the museum is home to nine restored, original buildings from the area. These include East Kleskun School and Teacherage (complete with original brass school bell) as well as two homestead houses, a store, barn, blacksmith shop, church and information cabin. A walk through the park will take you to a burial ground, evidence of one of the last territorial disputes between the Beaver and Cree Tribes.
The L Spa & Wellness Centre is all about the fine attention to detail, personalized service, modern & trendy - yet tranquil and soul nurturing. SPAwards recognized and awarded The L Spa with a “Top 50 Spas in Canada” award in 2011. “Spaaing should be a healthy habit, not a luxury earmarked for once a year.”
The Montrose Cultural Centre is the City of Grande Prairie's latest cultural destination. This beautiful facility is located in the heart of Grande Prairie and is home to the Grande Prairie Public Library, the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie and Esquires Coffee.
Lock in special savings just by booking early and purchasing your stay in advance. Includes free high speed WiFi, a hot hearty breakfast buffet and parking. Join us in the Prairie Cafe or Trumps Lounge and receive a 10% discount off menu food items.
Come explore Alberta's newest world-class dinosaur museum just 20 km east of Grande Prairie. Family admission includes 2 adults and up to 4 children.
Please check the website for more information regarding each Lecture Series.
The Reel Shorts Film Festival celebrates short films and the filmmakers who make them by screening gems of storytelling brilliance from around the world and across Canada. The 8-day festival includes a 2-day Filmmaker Insights Symposium of workshops and panels as well as 100+ short films that attract audience members from near and far including over 1,500 Grade 1-12 students from local and regional schools.
Bring you and your family to experience the Royal Canadian Family Circus Spectac! 2017 at 1 of 2 performances on June 21, 2017. Spectac! 2017 will showcase an all new show, featuring the finest circus performers from around the globe and bringing the highest standards of artistic excellence. Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Revolution Arena. Times: 4:00 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. Proceeds this year will benefit: Ronald McDonald House Charities, Northern Alberta will be the official recipient of donated tickets. Visit the website or call the box office for more information.