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Scavenger Hunt in Lacombe
Lacombe Regional Tourism

Discover the Hidden Fish Hooks in the City of Lacombe

Prepare yourself for an extraordinary adventure as we unveil the tale of the “Hidden Fish Hooks” in the charming city of Lacombe. Embark on a thrilling scavenger hunt unlike any other, where five secret hooks are awaiting your keen eye and adventurous spirit. These captivating hooks first emerged during the 2022 Lacombe Culture and Harvest

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Harvest Dinner
Things To Do

Servus Credit Union Lacombe Harvest Dinner

Servus Credit Union and the Lacombe Museum – beside the iconic Flatiron Building on 49C Avenue.August 19, 2023, 6-10PM Servus Credit Union and the Lacombe Museum invite you this August to a Harvest Dinner with Guest Chefs from Lacombe & District! A locally sourced, farm-to-fork experience, join us for a summer night of delectable cuisine

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Rose & Holly Blackfalds
Things To Do

Rose & Holly

Rose & Holly is a culmination of locally sourced, hand crafted products from all over Alberta, showcasing over 100 artisans and makers. Woman owned and operated, Rose & Holly offers a low key, come as you are vibe. Whether you are looking for a gift, tasty treat, or just a welcoming space to sit on a couch

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Arts and Culture

Cow Patti Theatre Company

On a cold November day in 1996 while forking hay to the cows, “Head Cow” AnnaMarie Lea, pregnant with her son James, fell face first into a pile of fresh Cow Patties, hence the Cow Patti Theatre Company was born. Twenty-five years later as we move into our 26th Season, Cow Patti has travelled and

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Lacombe Museum
Arts and Culture

Lacombe & District Historical Society

The Lacombe & District Historical Society (#6288), formerly known as Maski-pitoon Historical Society, was incorporated May 5, 1971. Before officially becoming a Society, the organization met to discuss the purchase of the Grace Methodist parsonage, the birthplace of Governor General Daniel Roland Michener. The purchase of the site occurred in 1972 and the restoration work

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