Lineham House Galleries is a showcase of Southern Alberta artists and artisans housed in the historic home of the founding family of Okotoks and located in the historical heart of Olde Towne on Elma Street. Rotating group art shows, Associate Artist galleries on the second level, an active arts space with frequent art, music and “artful living” events in addition to its commitment to feature a variety of local artists, are what makes Lineham House Galleries a destination space at the heart of region’s arts community. A friendly smile, a fresh, casual air in a gorgeous old home abundant with a well selected visual feast, ensures everyone feels welcome into the gallery space. Stay long enough, you are sure to make some new friends in this vibrant, community oriented venue.
Eek Fest! is very excited to celebrate all things pop culture. It is going to be a great two days June 4/5, 2016. Lego, pop culture, comics, video games, zombie shooting range, collectibles, board games special guests and more! Over 80,000 square feet of family pop culture fun!
Theatre Alberta is the provincial arts service organization for live theatre in Alberta. Visit our website for the most comprehensive information about live local theatre events happening anywhere in the province of Alberta. And we produce theatre conferences camps and workshops too! www.theatrealberta.com
Do you want to know where the locals go? Here's the list! Immerse yourself in Medicine Hat's culture and cuisine with the Top-5 Hidden Gems package. Receive vouchers to five signature Medicine Hat locations to discover some of the best gems of southern Alberta. Includes overnight accommodation. Restrictions apply.
Want to enjoy the comforts of home after attending a major Edmonton event? After your event, relax in style and comfort in a suite of your choice. Campus Tower is two blocks from the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium and minutes from Whyte Avenue, downtown Edmonton and the Ice District.
Stay with Canalta Hotels while you take in a show at the Rosebud Theatre. This package includes:A night stay at our participating Drumheller HotelsTwo tickets to the Rosebud TheatreA buffet dinner for two during the showA complimentary continental breakfast to start your day
This Labour Day long weekend experience something truly amazing in the Canadian Badlands. Bring your family and friends to Drumheller's Badlands Amphitheatre for a spectacular laser, light and water show. This spectacular premiere is brought to you by Canada’s own Laser Quantum. Multimedia images will be projected on a 100-foot-wide water screen and fountains will launch water 70 feet into the air above the Badlands Amphitheatre. It’s going to be an incredible weekend!
The Badlands Amphitheatre presents singer-songwriter Corb Lund and legendary country crooner Ian Tyson on Canada's largest outdoor stage for one unforgettable night of "Cowboy Songs and Stories". This one-night engagement follows on the heels of the duo’s critically acclaimed, sold out performances in Ottawa, Victoria, Vancouver and Edmonton. Don't miss it! Tickets are $69 (+fees & taxes) or $59 (+fees & taxes) and can be ordered online or from the Box Office at (403) 823-2001.
L'UniThéâtre presents Billy (Les Jours de hurlement) by Fabien Cloutier. Amidst freshly fallen snow and a thermometer reading below -27°C, three characters are screaming out for justice. One regarding the parental incompetence of a certain father, another in self-defense and against the frustrations in his life, and a third who has been waiting too long for a corkboard. This world full of negativity and gossip makes us reflect on our own actions in our communities.