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Christine Bruckmann

12 Outdoor Pools In Alberta That You Have To Check Out This Summer

When we go camping, we love checking out activities that are local to the area that we are staying in and that includes checking out some of the best outdoor pools in Alberta! Here are some that you can put on your list!

Outdoor Pools In Alberta

Bear Creek Pool (No pictures because it opens this year!!) 
Address: 102 St &, 102 Ave, Grande Prairie, AB
Admission: Free/0-2yrs, $4/3-12yrs, $6/13-17yrs, $8/adults, $6/seniors
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April 23, 2019

Kids Can Learn How To Fish At Kids Can Catch Events

Kid Can Catch is a program that takes place across Alberta and teaches kids all about fishing which includes proper ways to bait a hook, where to drop a line, and what to do once a fish has been caught.

Kids Can Catch

Several Kids Can Catch events have been organized for this season across Alberta and best of all they are free. Get all the details for each of the events by clicking on the individual links below.

Events can vary from drop-in to requiring registration so make sure you check the event that you’re looking to attend.

All children attending this event must be accompanied by an adult and youth 15 and under do not require a fishing license. Anyone 16-64 years that plans to fish will need a license. While the program does have some rods that can be borrowed during the event if you have your own make sure that you bring it!

For more details about Kids Can Catch events visit www.ab-conservation.com/events/kids-can-catch/

You Have To Check Out The Days of Yore Festival This August

If you’re looking for festivals to attend in Alberta this summer, the Days of Yore festival definitely needs to be on your list. So dress up in your favourite period costume and mark your calendars.

Taking place August 3rd & 4th in Didsbury, AB (between Red Deer and Calgary) at Rosebud Park the Days of Yore festival is a family-friendly festival that takes you back in time to watch reenactments from:

  • Sons of Fenrir Vikings
  • Dragons Own Medieval Combat Group
  • Victorian Society of Alberta
  • Edmonton House Brigade
  • Yankee Valley Yankees
  • 10th Battalion (CEF) Commemorative Association (WWI)
  • WWII First Special Service Force Reenactors
  • Prairie Motor Brigade

Other activities at the festival include sing-a-longs, storytelling, live music, an Artisan Alley for you to shop for heritage arts and traditional crafts, as well as delicious food from the canteen.

You can also explore the Medieval Stick Pony Maze which is new to the festival this year and don’t forget the BIG CANNONS!

Admission & More

You can find the Days of Yore festival at Rosebud Park which is at the East end of Didsbury. The hours of operation are 11 am – 5 pm on both days and admission is $6 for 13+, $3 for 6-12 yrs and children 5 and under are free.

Some vendors at the festival will be able to take credit or debit however having cash on hand is always best. If you require a bank machine, there are several ATMs in Didsbury for you to access.

For more information about the Days of Yore festival visit www.mountainviewartssociety.ca/daysyore/

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Take A Kid To The Course – Kids Golf For Free Across Canada

Take A Kid To The Course

Have you heard about Take A Kid To The Course?

This amazing program starts on July 2nd and is available to kids under 16. Aimed at getting kids outside and away from their screens Take A Kid To The Course allows one kid to golf free when accompanied by one adult.

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