The McNaught Homestead is dedicated to one of Alberta's most famous artists, Euphemia McNaught. Original buildings are being restored and a new boardwalk overlooking the lake has been built. Annual events include a spring gala and late-July festival.
This 3,228-seat multi-purpose arena in Grande Prairie was originally built for the Canada Games and has since become a concert and event venue.
The largest exhibition facility north of Edmonton, this facility outside Grande Prairie hosts a variety of exhibitions and events and has an onsite casino and live horseracing.
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.
Please check the website for more information regarding each Lecture Series.
Saturday, May 13th and Sunday, May 14th, 2017 at Revolution Arena. Show Times: Saturday May 13th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday May 14th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets and information can be obtained in person or by calling the box office.
The 30th Annual Fiddlers' Jamboree showcases traditional and modern fiddling music and dance, from novice to senior professionals from western Canada, Northwest Territories, and beyond. Tickets are available at the Grande Prairie Museum or charge by phone at 780-830-7090. The event, now in its 30th year, honors the intangible heritage of our community's and regions rich culture through music and dance. Performances are influenced from Irish, Scottish, English, Metis, Scandinavian, Danish and East Indian heritage. The Jamboree is a unique opportunity for Fiddlers and fiddling enthusiasts to come together as a community to celebrate.