Since 1891, Westerner Park has been a place for Central Albertans to gather and celebrate community events. From its roots in agriculture to its present status as one of Western Canada’s finest multi-use facilities, Westerner Park embodies the pioneer “can-do” spirit of the region. As a community minded non-profit organization, we are committed to creating sustainable environments and sustainable business models to ensure the long term continuation of the organization and the land from which our spirit was born. Each year, more than 1.5 million visitors come through our gates to celebrate over 1,500 unique events. From weddings and banquets Read more...
The Westlock and District Agricultural Society is a group of people who get to organize and bring to the people the Annual Westlock Fair and Rodeo. The Westlock and District Agriculture Society is a group of people to get to organize and bring to the people the Annual Westlock Fair and Rodeo. We are honored to do this job and look forward to seeing all the people and events every year. We also own a facility in Westlock that we rent out for varous events. One day the fair and rodeo grounds will be all on our property and will Read more...
The Westwoods Recreation and Agricultural Society is a multi-purpose facility perfect for hosting weddings, family reunions, birthday parties and fund raisers. We have a large yard including a ball diamond, basketball court, playground and a large area for recreation vehicles and parking. We offer very reasonable rates and tons of privacy. Check out our rental rates and bookings calendar. Read more...
The Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society promotes youth and agriculture through hosting events in the community for all to enjoy. The object of the Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society is to encourage and support improvement in agriculture and in the quality of life of persons living in the rural and urban communities by developing programs, services and facilities based on needs in the community. The Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society will accomplish this through various activities such as community fairs, rodeo, gymkhana’s, farmers’ market, riding clubs, heritage and cultural events, community youth programs, community beautification and 4-H. Outdoor Arena, Rodeo Set-up, Outdoor Tiestalls. Read more...
The Whitecourt Agricultural Society is a non-profit organization geared at enhancing our community by providing recreation facilities for people to use and hosting events for people to enjoy. The Westward Community Hall is for rent year round for special events. Betty’s Special Occasions provides all of your catering needs as our in house caterer; yummy to say the least. We also have a camp-shack with camping stalls available and a new indoor riding facility ready for people to enjoy. Hall, Indoor & Outdoor Riding Arenas, Race Track, Campground, Cookshack Read more...
Wildwood & District Agricultural Society was formed in 1939. Annual Fair the 3rd Friday in August, farmers Market, gymkhana, Canada Day Events. Property available for public use. Wildwood is a hamlet in west-central Alberta, Canada within Yellowhead County. It is located on the Yellowhead Highway, approximately 112 kilometres west of Edmonton and 82 kilometres east of Edson. The Yellowhead Highway’s intersection with Cowboy Trail is 9 kilometres east of the hamlet Outdoor Riding/Rodeo Arena – 140’X300′ , Announcers Booth, Covered Livestock Barns, Storage Quonset Read more...
The Willingdon Agricultural Society formed in the autumn of 1941, and can boast being one of the longest-running clubs in the community. The Agricultural Society is responsible for the Annual fair, held the second weekend in August. It started as a Horse Fair in 1942. As interest grew, the focus moved away from horse shows and currently towards exhibits of baking, garden produce, and handicrafts. This annual fair has remained popular right through to today. For a few years, a rodeo was also featured. Along with shows and exhibits, one could expect a Parade, a steak barbeque, and other family Read more...
Located in Claresholm, Alberta on the edge of the southern Alberta foothills, the Willow Creek Agricultural Society is an active organization which hosts equine and cattle events year round at the Claresholm Agriplex. The facility includes a spacious heated indoor riding arena, two outdoor arenas, a round pen and a variety of stalls and outdoor pens. Year round horse boarding is available along with riding memberships. Events range from rodeos, cattle pennings and cutting and reining shows to dressage and pony club shows, barrel racing jackpots, team roping events, clincs, 4-H activities and more. The Willow Creek Agriculture Society (WCAS) Read more...
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Committed to bringing all generations of the community together. Community Hall – 599 (Standing) 370 (Chairs Only) 232 (Tables/Chairs), Recreation Grounds – 3 Acres Approx. Willow Prairie Hall 4906 52 Ave La Corey, AB T0A 2E0 Read more...
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We are an agricultural organization that provides many needs for our community of Winfield, Alberta. Community – Integrity – To be open and transparent Committed to support and co-operate within the Society for the best interest and betterment of the community. Deal with all issues and proposals with honesty and integrity. Ensure the actions and decisions of the society are public and transparent. Ensure Society By-Laws are followed Our Vision: The Winfield and District Agricultural Society is committed to working within the community to make it a better place to live, work, and raise our families. Read more...
Worsley is a hamlet in northern Alberta, Canada within Clear Hills County. It is located in the Peace Country, at the northern end of Highway 726, approximately 18 km (11 mi) north of Highway 64, 59 km (37 mi) northwest of Hines Creek and 50 km (31 mi) east of the British Columbia border. It lies at an elevation of 650 m (2,130 ft) amidst prairie farmland and ranchland. Hockey Rink – Reg Size Read more...
The Yellowhead Ag Society Arena is a multi use facilty for the growing equine, rodeo, and canine comunity. We cater to all 4H, clinic, events and both open and private riding https://www.yellowheadagsociety.com/ Indoor Riding Arena – 13,000 Sq Ft, Outdoor Riding/Rodeo Arena – 15,000 Sq Ft Read more...
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