Protected by the hills and cliffs of the Old Man River, Paradise Canyon Golf Resort exists as an oasis amidst the harsh characteristics of Southern Alberta. This championship golf course is complete with clubhouse, driving range and on site accommodations. Golfers of all levels will be both thrilled and challenged.
True North Axe lets you try out your target skills with a mighty axe. No experience necessary. Just get some friends together, book a time and come out. First-time participants are given a brief orientation to go over safety rules and learn how to throw. True North Axe’s instructors then teach your group the rules of an axe-throwing match and walk you through a tournament. Whoever scores the highest points, wins!
Ryutaro Nakagama opened Nakagama’s in 1947, serving mostly Japanese-Canadians living in the area. Today, Nakagama’s serves many customers from different ethnicities, backgrounds, tastes and lifestyles. The store contains a Japanese grocery as well plenty of giftware. Staff offer friendly advice to help you make a simple Japanese dish or a full-course meal. Nakagama’s carries Japanese foods, a wide array of ceramic dishware, tea sets and sake sets as well as fans, dolls, chopstick sets, key chains, cell phone charms and origami paper. Browse the extensive line of Japanese-themed giftware, and experience a little bit of Japan in Lethbridge.
This exclusive tour will be led by a local historian and Garden host, and will provide a detailed understanding of why the Garden became a tribute to Japanese-Canadians. Hear about Nikkei settlement, internment during WWII, post war experience, and how the formation of this Canadian Japanese garden.
Experience the serenity and peace of the natural environment as expressed through Japanese Garden architecture and culture. Learn how a Canadian garden was created using Japanese style design, aesthetic and philosophical ideas with renowned horticulturalist and author, Lyndon Penner.
Take in a private horticultural or historical tour of Nikka Yuko, that finishes with a sampling of delicious sakes. Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden's omentashi (Japanese hospitality) is legendary and you can experience it first hand. You and your guests will feel you've transcended this world, entering a world of tranquillity.
Adventure is calling you to Alberta Big Game Outfitters!Book Your Hunt TODAY! Alberta Big Game Outfitters is located in Kainai, Alberta Canada. Kainai offers almost 600 square miles of rugged beauty, unspoiled landscapes throughout the prairie to the pristine Rocky Mountains. Experience unrivaled hunting areas Kainai has to offer and escape to the world’s finest big buck areas, imagine you as a client with access to all of this hunting area with no other hunters within a 600 square miles with your choice from whitetail deer to the Mule deer throughout the prairies to the Bull Elk, Bull Moose and Black Bear in the Rockies. The Bull Elk, Bull Moose and Black Bear Hunts are in an area that is surrounded by Waterton Lakes National Parks of Canada and Montana’s West GlacierNational Park to the south.
The Lethbridge Public Library is proud to join communities across the country in a national celebration of literacy, storytelling, and the literary arts, by bringing The Word On The Street Festival to Lethbridge for the 8th year in a row. The Word On The Street Festival is a signature event in southern Alberta, where they present established and emerging authors, storytellers, informative panel discussions, demonstrations and workshops, live music, tons of activities and a bustling marketplace. They strive to create a free local festival that represents the diversity of our community, is accessible to all ages, and most importantly is well attended, lively, and fun!
The BIG Christmas Trade Show and Farmers’ Market is coming to Exhibition Park in Lethbridge. For big gift ideas and a big selection of holiday baking – come to the BIG Christmas Farmer’s Market and Craft Show at Exhibition Park. With over 150 vendors there will be plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy while shopping.
The 2019 World Men’s Curling Championship will be played at the ENMAX Centre in Lethbridge, from March 30-April 7, hosted by Curling Canada and the World Curling Federation. A total of 13 Member Associations will compete in Lethbridge — the second year of a 13-team format. Teams will qualify through the Pacific-Asia, Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships, Americas Challenge and World Qualification Event. Berths will be distributed in the following manner:• Two Americas Zone (including host Canada) *• Two Pacific-Asia Zone *• Eight European Zone *• Two from World Qualification Event• * The zone with the lowest-placed team at the previous World Curling Championship loses one guaranteed berth. Canada will be represented by the winner of the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier. The action off the ice will be just as hot, as the rollicking party known as the World Famous Patch will be a short walk from the rink to the Servus Sports Centre. Along with the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the athletes, the Patch will offer live music, dancing, drinks and food, as well as interactive activities for the entire family.