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 Forbes Homestead was officially registered as a Provincial Heritage Site in 1976 and it is one of the oldest log buildings still standing in Grande Prairie. Containing the original log hospital building built in 1911 and the Forbes’s Residence add on built in 1912. During July and August, it is open 7 days a week. There is free admission to the Forbes site, however, donations are gratefully accepted to help maintain the site. An onsite Heritage Interpreter that will give all visitors a guided tour of the site, or people can walk through at their own pace.
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.
Welcome to Grande Prairie ~ proud host of the upcoming 2018 Alberta Summer Games from July 19th-22nd. In support of the Games, Pomeroy is proud to sponsor the event with a donation of $10 per room night booked.
Welcome to Grande Prairie ~ proud host of the upcoming 2018 Alberta Summer Games from July 19th - 22nd. In support of the Games, Pomeroy is proud to sponsor the event with a donation of $10 per room night booked during this exiting weekend.
Take advantage of this fantastic offer. Lock in special savings just by booking early and purchasing your stay in advance. Reservation requires full prepayment for the entire stay at the time of booking, and is 100% non-refundable. Includes free WIFI, a hot breakfast buffet, airport transportation and parking.
ACFA of Grande Prairie is happy to host once again its annual Maple Sugar Festival at Muskoseepi Park. The whole family will enjoy outdoor and indoor activities, sleigh rides, live indoor entertainment and delicious maple taffy on snow. Plus door prizes and open canteen. Family admission: $20; individual: $5