This is the number one source for finding and suporting local businesses. If you find your business is not represented here or is not ideally posted please call us at 780-991-5107 today. Seba Beach, Alberta Beach and Wabamun and all communities west from the 5th meridian to Entwistle/Evansburg. You can also e-mail us directly by simply pressing "e-mail us direct".
The Alberta Beach Museum is in the heart of the Village of Alberta Beach and a block and a half from the main beach. It is operated from Heritage Village Park, which is directly behind the original Alberta Beach Hotel. It has been a work in progress over 25 years and was started by several citizens committed to preserving the history of the people and places of the Lac Ste. Anne area. In 1976 they formed the Alberta Beach Pioneers and Archives Society and years of hard work began, starting with a 600 page history book, “The Spirit and Trails of Lac Ste. Anne”.
Address: 5000 - 47 Avenue, Alberta Beach, AB
Phone: (780) 924-2140 E-mail: email@example.com
Fine Art Photographer living by Lake Wabamun Alberta
Contact: Reg Faulkner
Address: 16 Main Street, Fallis, AB
The Gossamer Gallery currently represents the artistic expression and work of over 40 local artists and artisans from the Edmonton region. This encompasses painters of all mediums and genres, photographers, pencil artists, sculptors, carvers, potters, metal workers, glass workers, fabric artists, wood craftsmen, and jewelry makers. The artwork is carefully curated to feature a variety of skill levels. This gives exposure for the “up-and-commers” in the local art scene, as well as for the premier artists we represent. It also provides a price range that makes art affordable for everyone.
Address: #1 5215 51 Avenue, Wabamun, AB
Phone: 780-892-2169 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Saturdays - May to September
Contact: Deb & Rob
Address: 9th Street South, Seba Beach, AB
Contact: Sandy Drummond
Address: Seba Beach, AB
When visiting the Wabamun & District Museum, tourists will see many artifacts, stories and pictures that tell of these early tourists who would travel to Wabamun by train for picnics, boat excursions on the lake and summer vacations. The Museum is housed in the United Church building built in 1934. The exhibits not only tell the story of early tourists but also the hard work of early pioneers who were farmers, coal miners, mink farmers, commercial fishermen, and more.
Address: 5140 52 Av, Wabumun AB
Phone: 780-892-4707 E-mail: email@example.com
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