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3 Best Places To See in Airdrie, AB

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BERT CHURCH LIVE THEATRE

1000 East Lake Boulevard, Airdrie, AB T4A 2A1 DIRECTIONS

Since 1989

Here’s The Deal:
Bert Church Live Theatre is a live performing arts venue that is completely equipped. It is conveniently located on the east side of Airdrie, next to Genesis Place and East Lake Park. TThe 377-seat facility gives the audience a rare opportunity in a local environment to encounter world-renowned performers. The facility has professional sound and lighting systems, combined with a small city's elegance. In The Bert Church Live Theatre, International stars Sass Jordan, Michelle Wright, Barney Bentall, Rik Emmett, 54-40, Jeff Martin, and Sylvia Tyson have performed. This venue offers a close-up and intimate experience, free parking, and is fully accessible for wheelchairs. The theatre also hosts year-round performing arts workshops and young people's camps.

SPECIALTY:
Lighting Systems, Season Pass, Fashion Arts Classes, Wheelchair Accessible, Collaborative Artists' Summer Training and Camps, Facility Rental, Upcoming Shows & Professional Grade Sound

Discount: Purchase tickets to 4-6 show all at once and receive a 15% discount - 7+ shows provide you a 20% discount.

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Tue-Thu: 12pm - 4pm
Fri-Mon: Closed

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NOSE CREEK VALLEY MUSEUM

1701 Main Street Southwest, Airdrie, AB T4B 1C5 DIRECTIONS

Since 1987

Here’s The Deal:
Nose Creek Valley Museum was founded in 1987 as a permanent, public, not-for-profit organization. It collects significant historical artifacts from 1780. It is the collection, preservation, display, and analysis of cultural, historical, or social artifacts in the Nose Creek Valley region. Currently, this museum carries more than 25,000 items, including the collection of First Nations arrowheads. This museum provides over 2000 years of local history. The Nose Creek Valley Museum is an upholding workshop for interested students. School tours are welcomed. The public is invited to share these exhibits through education and discovery.

SPECIALTY:
Collections, Postcards, Facilities, Pins and Souvenirs, Educational and Community Programs, Artifacts, Displays, Antiques, Functions, Gift Shop, Meeting Room, Books, Tourist Information Centre, Photographs & Upcoming Exhibits

Price: Adults $5

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Mon-Wed: 10am - 4pm
Thu: 3pm - 8pm
Sun: 1pm - 4pm
Fri & Sat: Closed

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RON EBBESEN ARENA

200 East Lake Crescent, Airdrie, AB T4A 2H8 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Ron Ebbesen Arena is home to minor hockey, Ringette, and skating club. It is featured with two spacious ice surfaces, which are the Blue side with seating of 460 and Murray Buchanan side with 200 seating facility. It's upstairs has 150 seatings and a licenced lounge including food service. Pro skate shop in Ron Ebbesen Arena provides skate sharpening service. Everyone will love Ron Ebbesen Arena's beautiful scene to watch the sports.

SPECIALTY:
The stadium, Boardroom, Pro Skate Shop, Arena, Airdrie Skating Club, Ice Rental & Minor Hockey Association

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