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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Summer 2017 is going down as a hot one. Make sure you stay cool through the heat warnings!
Every year, as the temperature increase, so does the number of opportunities to have some sunny fun in Lethbridge.
Grab the kiddos and get ready for a day of learning through experience, there s a whole lot to do in Lethbridge to keep those young minds busy!
It s early November and the Christmas spirit is just emerging from it s 11-month slumber and red, green, and glitter is exploding over home décor aisles everywhere.
Fall is making its arrival in southern Alberta! With the change in season it is time to get excited for chunky scarves, cozy sweaters, pumpkin-spiced everything, and of course some awesome events to get you in the Fall spirit!
Finding hands-on activities to enjoy with a toddler can be a bit of a challenge. The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale checked all of our toddler activity requirements, so we made our way there for a few hours of learning and energy-expending.
For a relatively small city Lethbridge has a particularly thriving arts scene. From cutting-edge contemporary visual arts spaces to a wide array of music, theatre and cultural experiences, there is always an exciting way to get your arts fix in Lethbridge
There are plenty of diverse ways to enjoy the great outdoors in Lethbridge with experiences ranging from cultural to serene to plain old family fun.
Lethbridge has a fascinating and colorful history, full of stories of the whiskey trade, First Nations Traditions and transient miners.
Between the fascinating history, natural beauty and vibrant arts scene, it s easy to keep a family busy in the city of Lethbridge!
Lethbridge is a vacation destination for families, couples, and winter sports enthusiasts. You can check out the longest (and tallest!) trestle bridge in the world, whoop it up at an exciting hockey game, and be dazzled at a show by New West Theatre.
Without the problems associated with the vibrant whiskey trade in southern Alberta around 1873, our history books would very likely tell a different story.