St. Albert Annual Events & Points of Interest

These links will direct you to valuable information about the City of St. Albert and what it has to offer both residents and visitors alike.
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St. Albert's Grain Elevator Park & Train Station is a historical heritage site where visitors can take a guided tour with interpreters of two of Alberta’s provincially designated grain elevators, the 1906 Brackman Ker Elevator and 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool Elevator. Complete the experience with a visit to the 1920′s replica Train Station where you can see how the station agents lived.  Fully resorted in 2011, the Grain Elevators offer a unique glimpse of Canada's grain trade.

Explore St Albert’s past at the Grain Elevator Park and Train Station!

St. Albert's Mission Hill is home to the Father Lacombe Chapel, Alberta’s oldest surviving building, built in 1861. Father Albert Lacombe and the Métis constructed a log building to serve the new St. Albert Roman Catholic Mission, which became the centre of the thriving French speaking Metis settlement of St. Albert. Today the chapel has been restored to look much as it did in the early 1860s.

St. Albert's Mission Hill is home to the Father Lacombe Chapel, Alberta’s oldest surviving building, built in 1861. Father Albert Lacombe and the Métis constructed a log building to serve the new St. Albert Roman Catholic Mission, which became the centre of the thriving French speaking Metis settlement of St. Albert. Today the chapel has been restored to look much as it did in the early 1860s.

St. Albert's "Little White School" is a two-room schoolhouse that was opened back in 1948.  Closed in 1987, the school is now a treasured historical site.

Albert's "Little White School" is a two-room schoolhouse that was opened back in Closed in the school is now a treasured historical site.

The St.Albert Farmers Market is Western  Canada's largest outdoor farmers' market.  The weekly market attracts 10 to 15 thousand people each Saturday from mid June to the beginning of October.  With more than 250 vendors every week, you don't want to miss it.

Albert Farmers' Market, held in downtown St. Albert, Alberta, is Western Canada's largest outdoor farmers' market, attracting over people. The 2018 market season runs every Saturday from 10 a.

The Musée Héritage Museum is located at St. Albert's city hall building "St. Albert Place."  The museum explores the story of St. Albert through a variety of exhibits and programs, preserving the community’s history to enjoy now and for the future.  The museum also manage St. Albert's many interesting historical sites.

About Us – Musée Héritage Museum

Rock'n August is a very popular International Car Show that takes place in St. Albert every year at the beginning of August.  Celebrating classic cars, retro and the sounds of the fifties and sixties proceeds of this event support the Alberta Diabetes Foundation.

Rock'n August is a very popular International Car Show that takes place in St. Albert every year at the beginning of August. Celebrating classic cars, retro and the sounds of the fifties and sixties proceeds of this event support the Alberta Diabetes Foundation.

Located in St. Albert's Downtown Perron District, the AGSA currently resides in the historic Banque d’Hochelaga building.  The Art Gallery of St Albert features contemporary and community exhibitions, brought to life with public programs and events. Education programs offer visual arts opportunities for thousands of children, youth and adults throughout the year.

Located in St. Albert's Downtown Perron District, the AGSA currently resides in the historic Banque d’Hochelaga building. The Art Gallery of St Albert features contemporary and community exhibitions, brought to life with public programs and events. Education programs offer visual arts opportunities for thousands of children, youth and adults throughout the year.

The Northern Alberta International Children's Festival is an incredible five-day family festival that takes place in downtown St. Albert each year at the end of May/beginning of June.

The Northern Alberta International Children's Festival is an incredible five-day family festival that takes place in downtown St. Albert each year at the end of May/beginning of June.

Located in St. Albert Place (City Hall) - The Arden Theatre hosts everything from local school productions, popular Canadian performing artists and amazing talent from around the world.  Be sure to check out the current season's performances by clicking on the "Main Stage", "On Stage" and "Family Series" links.  You can also check out the "Calendar" and "Events" links for even more performances. Tickets for shows can be purchased via the Arden Theatre Box Office at 780-459-1542.

Located in St. Albert Place (City Hall) - The Arden Theatre hosts everything from local school productions, popular Canadian performing artists and amazing talent from around the world. Be sure to check out the current season's performances by clicking on the "Main Stage", "On Stage" and "Family Series" links. You can also check out the "Calendar" and "Events" links for even more performances. Tickets for shows can be purchased via the Arden Theatre Box Office at 780-459-1542.

The Kinsmen Rainmaker Rodeo is a fun annual event that takes place in St. Albert every year.  2014 will mark the rodeo's 50th anniversary.  Proceeds from the rodeo support the St. Albert Kinsmen Club, a local community service group - http://www.stalbertkinsmen.ca/

The Kinsmen Rainmaker Rodeo is a fun annual event that takes place in St. Albert every year. 2014 will mark the rodeo's 50th anniversary. Proceeds from the rodeo support the St. Albert Kinsmen Club, a local community service group - http://www.stalbertkinsmen.ca/

St. Albert Historic Walking Tours are a great way to get to know the streets of St. Albert and learn about the city's fascinating history.  Hosted by Arts & Heritage St. Albert, the tours are FREE and are available twice per month July/August and once in the month of September.  Tours take 60 to 90 minutes, but could run longer depending on the participants.  Meet at the Little White School, 2 Madonna Drive.  Call 780-459-4404 or visit www.museeheritage.com

St. Albert Historic Walking Tours are a great way to get to know the streets of St. Albert and learn about the city's fascinating history. Hosted by Arts & Heritage St. Albert, the tours are FREE and are available twice per month July/August and once in the month of September. Tours take 60 to 90 minutes, but could run longer depending on the participants. Meet at the Little White School, 2 Madonna Drive. Call 780-459-4404 or visit www.museeheritage.com

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