Find yourself immersed in a scene clipped from a holiday card in the magnificent province of Alberta in the winter. You’ll stay at two of its most incredible, historic hotels. This is a magical time to get to know Alberta and discover its treasures covered with snow.
Celebrate Canada’s game with two days of action packed hockey at The Lake Louise Pond Hockey Classic! For the 9th year, there are two tournaments – a mid-week and a weekend. 4 guaranteed games. Includes dinner banquet. Advanced team registration required.
Overnight stay in a standard room with hot breakfast buffet for two, two passes to Medalta Museum & Medalta souvenir, two passes to the Esplanade Arts & Heritage 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.
Day use area, kitchen shelter, non-potable water privies, firewood, playground. The Old Bezanson Townsite is what remains of the dream of A.M. Bezanson. In the early 1900s, he started building a city here in anticipation of the rail link. When the line passed through Grande Prairie instead, the Old Bezanson Townsite building footprints is all that remained of his legacy. Open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily; summer only. Group overnight camping by reservation only.
Our mission: To honour those individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to aviation and aerospace in Canada, and to collect preserve exhibit and interpret artifacts and documents thereby inspiring and educating Canadians.
Master storyteller and musician Tom Jackson weaves a mythical, multimedia and musical journey of all things Canadian and all things Christmas. It’s a collection of stories and songs that Tom has personally gathered over a half century of travel from sea to sea to sea. A series of “firsts” and “favourites” and “rituals” captured in a blend of theatre, a dash of humour and visual images meant to evoke our own memories. And with Tom's usual flair around Christmas, expect the historical (The Huron Carole) and the new (angels who sang a baby to sleep 2017 years ago).
Happening at the Fairmont Palliser. Mark your calendar now for one of the hottest parties of the year – DJD’s annual fundraiser the Black & White Ball. Get a group together, dress up, throw caution to the wind, and dance the night away.
Artist's Reception on Nov. 4, 2-5 p.m. This latest series of work is a balance of deep, dreamy mountain panoramas and some more lighthearted ski resort-type images. Whether it's fun on the slopes or meditating on spectacles of nature, we are a part of nature. Nature reflecting on nature.