Friday, July 25, 2014
Green Thumb

Green Thumbs
Start your day off at the St. Albert Botanic Park and be filled with inspiration for your own yard.

Art Lovers

Art Lovers
Explore the almost 30 pieces of public art throughout the river valley and Perron District

History buffs

History Buffs
St. Albert is the oldest non-fortified community in Alberta and is home to Alberta’s oldest surviving building.

Nature Lovers

Nature Lovers
If your idea of a great day trip includes lacing up your hiking boots, St. Albert has lots to offer.


No day trip is complete without a little bit of shopping but for some, shopping is what it’s all about.

 Family Fun Family Fun
Start the day off with a trip to the St. Albert Public Library for some fun learning activities.


Visitor Information Services now available at the St. Albert & District Chamber of Commerce 
71 St. Albert Trail 

Click here for Contact Info and Available Hours


What's On in St. Albert?

Want to view more upcoming events? >> Click here for our full events calendar


St. Albert Public Library (map)

Reading Games for all ages, up to adult, begin at the library for the summer!

St. Albert Botanic Park-265 Sturgeon Road (map)

Open Sunrise to Sunset

Sturgeon Road (map)

Open when weather permitting

St. Albert Public Library (map)

Reading Games for all ages, up to adult, begin at the library for the summer!

 June Community Calendar

St. Albert - A great place to "Cultivate Life"

With outstanding events such as the International Children’s Festival, Rock’n August, and the largest Outdoor Farmers’ Market in Western Canada, St. Albert has much to offer visitors. Beautiful gardens and green spaces, abundant recreational opportunities, inspirational art, and amazing historical experiences will all be yours. Combined with shopping and dining, St. Albert is a place worth visiting.

Big Lake, home of the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park teems with life. Local photographer, Dave Conlin, captures this amazing place with spectacular photography. Check out his photos and discover how St. Albertans cultivate nature.

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