Located in Medicine Hat, Alberta on the cliffs south of the Saskatchewan River. We are a semi private, par 72 championship golf course.
We are Medicine Hat's only vintage home décor store, that specializes in vintage, repurposed and artisan home décor items. We specialize in unique home decor items that bring fresh vintage style to the modern home. The Peacock's Feather is also Medicine Hat & area's exclusive Paintologist and Reseller of Van Gogh Furniture Collection products. Open Thursday to Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Canalta Centre is Medicine Hat's newest entertainment venue and home to the Medicine Hat Tigers.Located in the Box Springs Business Park, this state-of-the-art facility has seating for 7,100 people featuring 350 club seats, 22 suites, eight loge boxes, two community suites for public rental, and a lounge.The Canalta Centre is Medicine Hat’s premiere landmark for residents and visitors to cheer and to be entertained. The mission of the Canalta Centre is to provide a professionally managed, multi-use, first-class venue that generates positive economic impact for the local community.
Journey through the Canadian Badlands on this 5-day/4-night history and culture tour. Hike pine forest trails in the middle of the prairie, meet prehistoric dinosaurs, and dine on creative local dishes as you journey through southern Alberta. Save $100 on all 2018 dates.
Book into the Medicine Hat Lodge and enjoy a casino getaway. The Casino package includes an overnight stay in a Standard Room, breakfast for 2 adults and $20 in casino play.
Prairie Sprinter offers twice daily scheduled service between Medicine Hat and Calgary. Two departures from each city, daily. Front door service to or from any address within in Medicine Hat and a variety of destination choices in Calgary. See website for a complete list of departure times and stops.
Explore the Canadian Badlands with Prairie Sprinter. Scheduled travel opportunities from Calgary are available throughout the summer months. Choose from a day tour to Dinosaur Provincial Park, a multi-day tour through the region, or create a custom tour itinerary for your private group. Prairie Sprinter specializes in small group travel accommodating 10 to 24 passengers. Tours depart from the centrally located Calgary Tower and include round-trip transportation and a driver guide.
Experience a river run adventure on the South Saskatchewan River in the footsteps of Alberta's Indigenous people and prehistoric creatures who once called the Canadian Badlands their home. Join us for a day on the river where you will experience the true power of a sturgeon, Alberta's largest game fish.
In this 5-day workshop, participants will work with Carole Epp to develop and explore narrative in functional and/or sculptural work. Beginning with design considerations, storytelling, and concept development, this workshop will give the students the confidence and skills to bring their ideas to life. Ongoing feedback demos and slideshows will round out the class as well as some social media discussions throughout, drawing from Carole’s extensive knowledge with online communities. A minimum level of experience is required as many hand-building, slip-casting, wheel throwing and surface decoration techniques will be covered during the week, but class is suited to a variety of skill levels. August 20-24. $695 + GST.
The 5K Foam Fest is a one of kind obstacle course based fun run. Experience 22+ obstacles including the world's largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 million cubic feet of foam! Rock out all day to 12,000 watts of awesome music, enjoy a free kids zone for kids 7 and under, delicious food, great vendors and beer gardens. With a variety obstacles and a ton of foam the run is an exciting challenge for experienced and beginner runners alike.
What does it mean to hunt? Why do people still hunt in a time when food is easy to purchase? Who are the hunters – and who were they? The Hunt is an in-house curated museum exhibit that explores the history of hunting and wildlife conservation in Southern Alberta from the earliest human presence to the modern day. From early Indigenous hunters to homesteaders, from trophy hunters to hipsters, this exhibit explores the changes in hunting practices and attitudes to animals over time and looks at the role of hunting in Southern Alberta today.