Things To Do In Airdrie

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  • Collicutt Siding Golf Course
    Geologically speaking, islands seldom crop up in the middle of the prairie—unless, of course, you're at Collicutt Siding Golf Club. There, in the midst of a front nine that boasts all the characteristics of true prairieland—flat, open terrain dotted only with low trees—golfers encounter a true island green at the sixth hole, a 530-yard par five. More topographical variety awaits on the back nine, which features streams, undulations, and a links style—a change of pace from the wide-open front side. Instead of attempting to drive a ball through their neighbor's doggy door, golfers can hone their swing at the course's driving range before rounds.
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    1025 Western Dr
    Crossfield, AB CA
  • Evolution Entertainment Centre
    It's a typical night at Evolution Entertainment Centre. Billiards players congregate around pool tables, letting out cheers and whistles as balls are sent careening across the green felt. Bartenders bustle about behind the bar, uncapping bottles of frosty beers. Servers parade out from the kitchen, balancing trays of juicy burgers, sauce-drenched wings, and plump hot dogs topped with bacon, cheese, and banana peppers. Throughout the month, this lively pool hall features special events, including karaoke nights and Name that Tune contests with live DJs.
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    1010 Railway St
    Crossfield, AB CA
  • Carstairs Golf Club
    Set in scenic Carstairs, Alberta, the Carstairs Golf Club offers 18 holes of championship golf. Players will have to skirt nine holes with water hazards and more than 50 sand traps before navigating rolling greens. To prepare, consider warming up on the putting green or at the short game area.
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    #2, Highway 2A North
    Carstairs, AB CA
  • Capture the Flag Outdoor Paintball
    Leaves rustle, a twig cracks, and instantly the air is filled with a technicolor rain shower of paintball ammo, prompting nearby players to dive and take cover behind a weathered school bus. The abandoned vehicle sits on just one of Capture the Flag's 20 outdoor playfields. Dense forests and open hills sprawl across the 116-acre grounds and set the stage for year-round paintball games in various styles, such as downed pilot, where teams must either protect or target a pilot. After bouts, a patio offers safe haven and complimentary unlimited hot dogs, BBQ, and crystal powdered drinks to groups, and a rumpus room's fireplace offers a cozy resting place during winter months or a convenient place to hang one’s rotisserie. Across town, more simulated battles unfold at Capture the Flag's partner business, Laser Trek & Airsoft Arena. There, the fluorescent glow of black lights reveals competitors hiding amid the 9,000 square feet of arena space. In addition to laser tag, the three indoor levels also host Airsoft games.
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    N51° 16.970’ W114° 53.775’
    Calgary, AB CA
  • Lake Louise Ski Resort
    You could spend hours just relaxing inside each of Lake Louise Ski Resort's four lodges. Warmth spills from the fireplaces constructed of river rock at the Lodge of The Ten Peaks, constructed with hand-skinned logs, vaulted ceilings, and windows that look out onto Banff National Park. From the fresh-baked pizza to domestic beers, the onsite Powderkeg Lounge serves treats that feel close to home, even though its thousands of feet up a mountain. But the lodges are mere prelude to the real draw?the mountainside. During winter, powdered snow and forests of towering evergreen trees blanket the resort's 4,200 acres of skiable terrain, which includes some of the Rocky Mountains' most challenging chutes and bowls as well as novice-friendly trails. The variety of runs helped win the resort the title of "Canada's Best Ski Resort" at the World Ski Awards in 2013 and 2014. Lake Louise Ski Resort also employs experienced ski instructors for kids and adults, and they teach both private and group classes at six skill levels. Beyond skiing, jumps and rails let snowboarders execute tricks at the terrain park; and visitors soar over snow at Sunny Tube Park on inner tubes, which is how early humans in the Ice Age travelled after the wheel itself proved worthless. The mountain's unique terrain?glaciers carved many of the features?also makes for myriad sights during warmer months. Guided walks safely take groups into the heart of bear country, while The Wildlife Interpretation Centre and its guides educate visitors on the area's plants and animals. Getting to that center?however?demands a bit of adventure. Its doors wait at the end of a sightseeing gondola ride, which climbs up the mountain to 2088 meters. A grizzly bear might even make an appearance along the way.
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    1 Whitehorn Rd.
    Lake Louise, AB CA
  • The Home Vintner
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: The Home Vintner facet_type_id: 8cc0c790-5f41-1032-aa37-6a67e03b306d html_text: |- Founded in 1994 by former commercial airline pilot Paul Sass, The Home Vintner supplies connoisseurs and novices with an abundance of award-winning pours and do-it-yourself kits for individual winemaking and beer brewing. With Winexpert kits, at-home vino makers blend varietal juices from around the world that will be ready to drink or cellar in 4–8 weeks, depending on the kit. Alternatively, brewers dive into barley bubbles with Barons beer kits that contain measured ingredients to make a hoppy Canadian blond ale, an English-style redwood ale, and a crisp Dutch-style lager, among others. During classes, the staff of certified wine- and beer-makers walks pupils through each step of the brewing and vintning process, such as carbon-dioxide removal, corking, storage, and determining each libation's year by monitoring its reaction to different Bon Jovi songs. Courses dispense both basics of production and new methodologies, so apprentices can discover new approaches and skills to try with their next batches.
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    213 Main St. N
    Airdrie, AB CA

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