The Native Cultural Arts Museum, est. 1976, is a part of Northern Lakes College (NLC) and is located at NLC’s Grouard Campus, in northern Alberta. The Museum’s artifact collection celebrates various aspects of Aboriginal cultures, with a special focus on Métis peoples and the Woodland Cree of northern Alberta. The Museum’s historical and contemporary collections serve to educate the public by depicting Aboriginal lifestyles through exhibits of art, music, hunting, regalia, clothing, and more.
Small town hospitality with a big time golfing experience. Smoky Lake Golf & RV offers affordability friendliness and enjoyable experiences. Weekly events include Tuesday night fun night, free lesson Wednesday, free play with the pro Thursday, Friday night steak night, and Sunday brunch buffet. Come enjoy this time well spent!
Meander through the only urban botanic park in the Capital Region -- May to September. Designed, planted, and maintained by volunteers, the 5-acre St. Albert Botanic Park features an extraordinary display of roses, lilacs, daylilies, Asiatic lilies, peonies, flowering trees, and evergreens. Special events held throughout the year.
Two and half days will focus on river paddling skills on the Athabasca River, and four days will be focused on bushcraft/survival skills with an opportunity for an overnight survival campout deep in the nearby forest. This is our most unique and amazing trip. A truly unforgettable experience.
Providing hunting adventures of a life time. You chose your hunt: Whitetail Elk Moose or Black Bear.
In 1979 Horseback Adventures Ltd., a family run business, was born. We provide backcountry pack trips and trail rides into Jasper and Willmore Parks to clients from around the world.
Welcome to the Penner Ranch where you will enjoy our guided horseback riding with our great horses great trails and great guides. Come check out the ranch and our miles of trail rides for an hour or two or maybe a day trip.
Each year, Slave Lake hosts the Canadian Tire Angler’s Cup on Father's Day weekend. This catch and release walleye tournament accommodates as many as 150 fishing teams in a 2 day, total weight tournament. The tournament in one leg of the Western Canadian Walleye Trail. The tournament is one of the richest cash events in Canada with a total of $145,000 in prize money available. Proceeds from the event benefit the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Fire Service.
A delightful annual event showcasing the beautiful porcelain pottery created by Pottery by Heather and the work of her many talented artisan friends. Alongside Heather's line of functional pottery you will find jewelry, local jams, fudge and spices, various woollen knits and weavings, metal and willow sculptures, stained glass, clay houses, paintings, yoga items, hand cut fractal snowflakes, purses and scarves and healthy dog treats. Everything you will need to check off your Christmas list.
It's Fall-o-Ween! Along with the changing of the leaves comes an Edmonton family tradition that spans back many years. That’s right, it’s fall festival time again! There’s no place quite like Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm’s Fall-o-Ween Fest to take in the tastes, sights, and aromas of the fall season. Full of rich autumn not-to-be-missed activities and decorative displays, interactive events for kids, panning for gems, musical entertainment, farmyard friends, kids corn mazes, trackless train rides, petting farm, Lost Lemon Mine, and the Ghost Town of Boo’n Accord.