BREATHE IN FRESH AIR AT LOCAL CAMPGROUNDS

When was the last time you slept late without an alarm clock to wake you up? Or watched the bright stars away from the lights of town? Camping is an experience that can bring the best out in any adult or child! Connect with nature and your friends + family at a slower pace, whetherContinue reading “BREATHE IN FRESH AIR AT LOCAL CAMPGROUNDS”

SHOP LOCAL AT THE FARMERS’ MARKETS

Meeting the people who grow your food, and enjoying fresh, seasonal flavours and colours— just a few reasons to discover the region’s Farmers’ Markets this summer. As you stroll through the market, you’ll want to have both hands available to pick up local products, sample goodies, and experience connecting with your community, artisans, + farmers.Continue reading “SHOP LOCAL AT THE FARMERS’ MARKETS”

LOCAL FUN WITH SUMMER EVENTS

Summer is officially here (cross your fingers!) and the variety of summer events in the Leduc Region are BACK! A promise of fun whether you are looking for good food, activities to keep the kids entertained, or some great live music! Enjoy a day (or two!) in the sun with your friends + family. EvenContinue reading “LOCAL FUN WITH SUMMER EVENTS”

LOCAL ON THE FARM COOKING EXPERIENCE

Looking for a unique date night, a sensory experience, or just a break from ordinary cooking? The Old Red Barn is offering multi-course, live, fire-cooked meals with cooking tips from an experienced Pitmaster!  This three-hour demonstration style experience is located on a working dairy farm in Leduc County (just 7 minutes from Edmonton International Airport).Continue reading “LOCAL ON THE FARM COOKING EXPERIENCE”

BOOTS AND CHAPS, IT’S COWBOY HATS

The largest in Leduc is returning … The Black Gold Pro Rodeo! Come be a part of the excitement. This annual event hosts thousands of local and out of town guests for edge-of-your-seat action and family fun. The rodeo events happen over four days from June 2-5, 2022 and offers a variety fun + experiencesContinue reading “BOOTS AND CHAPS, IT’S COWBOY HATS”

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