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Canada Day Lacombe
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Canada Day

Lacombe Regional Tourism and their partners are excited for you to be part of Canada Day this July 1, 2022! The event starts at 4:30 pm with a Night Market, various Food Trucks, and fun games that will be ready for you! Dancers EDGE studio, Dalton & Delaney, and The Rojo’s will be performing on stage that night! We can’t wait to see you there! 

Event: Canada Day
Time: 4:30pm
Place: Cranna Lake, Lacombe, Alberta

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Blackfalds
Arts and Culture

Blackfalds Days

After a two-year hiatus, Blackfalds Days is returning to the community next month. Town officials have announced the event this year will take place from June 16-19, 2022. The Town will be hosting various events for all ages, including a double feature drive-in movie, Kids Zone, Community Market, concerts, and a fireworks show. According to

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Tees Trout Pond
Explore

Tees Trout Pond

The Tees pond is a stream fed, stocked trout pond, that includes a day use area with parking, a bathroom, picnic tables and park benches. Map

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Trans Canada Trail
Biking

TransCanada Trail

The TransCanada Trail is a non-profit, registered charity. Its mission is to promote and assist in the development and use of the Trail in every province and territory. Today, over 18,000 kilometres of Trail have been developed. Once fully connected, the Trail will stretch nearly 24,000 kilometres from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans,

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Sunbreaker Boat launch
Experience

Sunbreaker Cove Boat Launch

A partnership between Lacombe County and the Summer Village of Sunbreaker Cove with the intention of improving access on Sylvan Lake with this boat launch and day use area upgraded to accommodate more and varied users. Map

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Mary Soper Natural Area
Birding

Mary & Cliff Soper Natural Area

The land for the Mary & Cliff Soper Natural Area was donated by the Soper’s in early 2017. Cliff, a Lacombe County Councilor from 2001 – 2013, was passionate about the environment and about creating natural spaces for residents and visitors to enjoy. The gifted land is approximately 25 acres, and is located east of Blackfalds. It

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Sandy point lighthouse
Experience

Sandy Point Beach

Located on the west side of Gull Lake the Sandy Point Beach includes a large public beach complete with washroom and shower facilities as well as a public boat launch, sand volleyball courts, and a playground. Dogs are required to be on a leash at this location. Map

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ray's Pond lacombe
Explore

Ray’s Pond

Ray’s Pond is stocked yearly by the Alberta Conservation Association with trout and features a day use area with parking, bathroom, picnic tables, park benches, dock and boardwalk. Map

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Nova Chemicals Nature Trails
Experience

NOVA Chemicals Community Nature Trail and the Joffre Outdoor Rink

The land of the NOVA Chemicals Community Nature Trail has never been tilled for agricultural use and vegetation includes native grasses, willow, bush, poplar and aspen stands. The area also supports wetlands and has natural drainage channels to Jones Creek. The wetlands and vegetation offer a great habitat for birds and other wildlife. The new stormwater management

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Owl at JJ Collett Natural Area
Birding

JJ Collett Natural Area

JJ Collett Provincial Natural Area Foundation located in rural central Alberta near the hamlet of Morningside, consists of 635 acres of Aspen Parkland underlain by ancient sand dunes.  Over 18 km of maintained trails wind through a mosaic of shrub lands, aspen groves, stands of white spruce on moist shady hillsides, wetlands and grassy meadows typical

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Kuhnen Natural Area
Birding

Kuhnen Natural Area

The Kuhnen Natural Area, found along the north bank of the Red Deer River, is one of the newest additions to the County’s inventory of parks and natural spaces. The 65 acres of forested land offers lookout points onto the river valley and a trail that leads down to the water. This is also the

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Anderson Park Disc Golf
Experience

Anderson Park

Located on the east side of Gull Lake, Anderson Park is a unique recreation area that includes a playground with swings and slide, a junior paleontology dig site, musical play instruments, basketball court, beach volleyball, walking trails, a 9 hole disc golf course, gazebo and pollinator gardens. The property is 26 acres and was donated

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Harvest Dinner
City of Lacombe

Servus Credit Union Harvest Dinner

Lacombe & District Historical Society – Lest We Forget Memorial ParkAugust 27, 2022, 6-9PM Servus Credit Union and the Lacombe Museum invite you this August to a Harvest Dinner with Guest Chefs from Milly Oak Café and Catering, Toller’s Bistro, Leto’s Steakhouse & Bar, and Forno, featuring Blindman Brewing and Flying Cross Ranch! A locally

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Lacombe Museum
Arts and Culture

The History of Wool and Textile Production in Canada 1800-2020

with Anna Hunter of Longway Homestead Did you know that Canada used to produce 90% of all the textiles we consumed? Now we produce less than 5% and most of the raw materials are sourced outside of Canada. This lecture will look at the social, political and environmental factors that changed our textile industry and

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Lacombe Garden High Tea Party
Arts and Culture

Garden High Tea Party

Lacombe & District Historical Society – Michener House Museum You are invited to join us for our English tradition of High Tea this summer at the Heritage Learning Garden. We invite you to join us for our take on the English tradition of High Tea this summer at the Heritage Learning Garden. Help us celebrate

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Stettler
Experience

Destination Stettler

We look forward to your visit in Stettler. From trains and robbers to music festivals, Stettler plays host to many diverse events and attractions to keep you busy during your stay. Explore our unique and diverse landscapes or reflect nostalgically at one of the many museums and see how the West once was. We look

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