Visit the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village with the whole family for $40. Price includes 2 adults and up to 6 youths. The village is open until Labour Day.
Bring the whole family to enjoy over 50 hands-on interactive exhibits at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and 150 years of Canadian sport history. This offer is valid for two adults and two children during regular operating hours. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.
The Groom a Horse program is a V.I.P experience for all ages. The participant will learn how to groom and saddle a horse in preparation for the Fort’s famous Musical Ride. Inspect the troops of the Fort’s Mounted Patrol. Valid July & August.
East of Edmonton in the Town of Mundare, this museum celebrates Ukrainian cultural and religious heritage and operates as a visitor information centre.
The Raymond & District Historical Society was formed in 1989 by citizens of the Town in order to preserve the history of Raymond, Alberta and the surrounding area. The museum boasts a wide range of exhibits and artifacts from the community and actively posts interesting stories from our past on their Facebook page. The Historical Society operates the Raymond Pioneer Museum.
An association founded by dedicated rodeo enthusiasts, To honor and distinguish outstanding contestants, animals and builders in the Canadian Rodeo Arena. Our aim is to annually induct qualifying individuals to the Canadian Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and display artifacts of the history of pro rodeo Canada.
We welcome everyone to come and participate in the 15th Annual Peace River Pow Wow on June 2 & 3, 2017. We have free camping, no open fires though and it is free to attend Pow Wow daily. We have Authentic Indigenous Crafts made on Turtle Island. Grande Entries are Saturday at 1 pm and 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm. We will celebrate our Aboriginal Graduates on Sunday June 3 at 3 pm presenting them with Eagle Feathers, Certificate from MLA and Honor Dance. We have the best Indigenous Food Vendors in Alberta attending the Pow Wow from neckbones to bannock burgers we got the whole experience.
To honour Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the Fort Macleod RCMP detachment and the Fort Museum of the NWMP will be hosting a once in a lifetime event to honour the history of the RCMP and NWMP called Scarlet Through the Ages. Dinner will be roast beef and/or buffalo stew and we will have a cash bar. The evening’s entertainment will begin with a special NWMP Musical Ride and following up with a Sunset Ceremony hosted by the NWMP Commemorative Association out of Calgary. A live band will finish off the evenings event. Fort Macleod and the RCMP hold a significant part of Canadian history and as such we feel this is a unique opportunity to celebrate our history. Guests are encouraged to dress in period clothing. Please do not hesitate to contact me at the Fort if you have any questions.
Don Ross is no stranger to fans of progressive fingerstyle guitar. Ever since releasing his debut album, “Bearing Straight”, in 1989, he has been on the forefront of the contemporary fingerstyle movement. Don won the U.S. National Fingerstyle Guitar Competition in 1988 & 1996. To this day, he is still the only player in the world to have won the competition twice! In addition to acoustic guitar, Don also sings and plays electric guitar, slide Dobro and lap steel guitar, harp guitar, piano, keyboards, bass guitar and drums. It is no exaggeration that Don Ross’ groove-oriented style has influenced a generation of fingerstyle players who came on the scene after him. One of whom is fellow Canadian Calum Graham, who, though he was born after the release of “Bearing Straight”, began absorbing every lick he heard Ross play, eventually resulting in his own solo debut, “Sunny Side Up”, in 2009. Calum became the youngest player to win the Canadian Guitar Festival in 2010 at the age of 18. In 2013, Graham released a solo instrumental album titled “Phoenix Rising”. The title track has already generated over 2.8 million views on YouTube, with other songs also notching-up impressive numbers. The success of the album enabled Graham to expand his global fan base and he soon began touring internationally. Pairing these two artists at very different stages in their careers, the 2013 release “12:34” is not only a really fun album to listen to—it’s also a great story of mentorship and inter-generational collaboration. Now we are treated to the two guitar greats playing together in same show! Both players use modern fingerstyle playing, featuring lots of extended techniques, alternate tunings, and gorgeous tones—it also creates a soundscape that is larger than the sum of its parts. Calum has sandwiched his Bragg Creek appearance between solo tours of China and Germany in the fall of 2017, Don leaves for a solo tour of Korea and Japan after the Bragg Creek gig. We are fortunate to get the two together for one unforgettable night! Tickets available online at our website or in person at SunCatchers, Bragg Creek. Cash bar and concession.