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392 Centre Street & Railway Av, Drumheller, AB, CA, T0J 0Y0

  • Phone: (403) 823-3322
  • Fax: (403) 856-4864
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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3.7 out of 5 (47 reviews)
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»The Gerry Hebert Quartet

January 30, 2015 6:00 PM

1413 9th Avenue Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 0T4

»Andy Shauf

January 30, 2015 8:00 PM

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Calgary, AB T2G 0W6

»Home School Day #4 - Discovery & Archeology - Ages 8-12

January 30, 2015 9:00 AM

Join us as we learn about the lives of the Mounties and other Calgary settlers. Student will begin the day learning all about the formation of the NWMP and The Great March West. In the afternoon, students will discover what other groups helped to form Calgary, and will participate in an 'archeological dig' to find artifacts from these different groups! This Home School day is designed for students from 8 yrs to 12 yrs of age. Questions or conerns? Please contact Katie at:

750 9th Avenue Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 5E1

»Calgary Hitmen vs. Prince Albert Raiders

January 30, 2015 7:00 PM

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»Nikki Yanofsky

January 30, 2015 8:00 PM

Canadian pop singer Nikki Yanofsky is one of the country's most beloved singers, receiving the honor of singing Canada's national anthem at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver at the young age of 16. Yanofsky has had considerable commercial success as well, a notable feat considering Yanofsky's use of jazz in her music. That said, Yanofsky seems to have breached American audiences as well, collaborating with major pop producers like and Herbie Hancock.

201 8th Avenue Southeast
Calgary, AB T2G 0K8

»Hk41: Calgary

January 30, 2015 7:00 PM

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»Punch Pass - 5 Films

January 30, 2015

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»Complementary Cocktails From Levilla Chophouse On 4th Street

January 30, 2015 12:00 PM

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»Movie Night: Inspirational Women's Rock Climbing and Kayaking

January 30, 2015 7:00 PM

Join us for a night of three inspirational movies showcasing women in outdoor adventure! This event is in support of the Calgary Area Outdoor Council, a non-profit organization committed to representing Calgarians and their access to the outdoors. To learn more about CAOC, our work and how you can help shape self-propelled recreation, visit ROCK CLIMBING 7:00 PM - Project Mina, A Jen Randall Film (32 mins) View Trailer: Jen Randall's latest film, a profile of internationally renowned boulderer Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, looks set to lift the lid on what it takes to turn a passion for climbing into a full-blown career. Tracking Mina's progress throughout the 2013 competition season, 'Project Mina' charts the highs and lows of competitive climbing. Never shying away from the difficult moments that come from undertaking something truly challenging, 'Project Mina' eschews conventional climbing film format and focusses on the climber as an individual rather than on a collection of their hardest sends. 7:35 PM - Push It, A Jen Randall Film (31 mins) View Trailer: 'Push It' is the story of filmmaker Jen Randall and her new-found climbing partner Jackie Sequeira preparing for their first ever big wall - El Capitan in Yosemite, which goes far from smoothly from start to finish. Along the way, Jen visits some of her climbing heroines for inspiration, including Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Natalie Berry, and a local hero Vicki Mayes. 'Push It' an inspirational film for for climbers everywhere. 8:10 PM - INTERMISSION (10 mins) KAYAKING 8:20 PM - Nobodys River (31 mins) View Trailer: Nobodys River tells the inspiring story of 4 women who journey down one of the last free flowing rivers of the world and discover raw beauty, industrial wastelands, devastating loss, and unbridled joy.

1133 Kensington Road North West
Calgary, AB T2T 3P4

»The Fifth Reel Presents: Groundhog Day feat. Windigo

January 30, 2015 10:00 PM

Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don't forget your booties 'cause it's cooooold out there today! Jan 30th TFR and UofC Film Society present Harold Ramis and Bill Murray at their finest: GROUNDHOG DAY! Get out of that hole and come party with us! Misanthropic TV weatherman/broadcaster, Phil Connors, is annoyed and despondent when he's assigned the job of covering the annual Groundhog festivities in the small "Hick" town of Punxsutawney - making this his fourth in a row. The only noticeable upside is his attractive and good-natured producer. But the real nightmare begins when Phil ends up reliving the same day (Groundhog Day) over, and over again. Unable to leave the town due to a severe blizzard, and with no end in sight, Phil struggles to find a way to escape (and ultimately make the best of) his seemingly hopeless situation. As per Fifth Reel tradition we'll have a fine selection of beer for sale in the lobby and you'll be able to bring it into theatre and enjoy while you watch the movie! Before the movie local indie dreamweavers WINDIGO will be playing some songs to help you get in the mood and warm your cold bones. "Windigos fuzzy and sunshine-y blend of indie pop creates an interesting and sophisticated contrast to their eerie folkloric name. Jen Severtson (bass and vox) and Anthony Kameka (vox and guitar) are keen to bring their new, youthful sound to Calgary with the rest of their band members a sound which mimics not only their eagerness to play live but, also, their creative originality in a genre that has been so dominated by acts like Ra Ra Riot, Said The Whale and We Are The City." - Therese Schultz, Beatroute Magazine Last but certainly not least, The evening's festivities will be hosted by Calgary's own lmprov fanatics The Kinkonauts! prepare to be dazzled by their hilarious antics and mind bending challenges. Past highlights include a hard boiled egg race through the theatre, Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonation contests, and life sized rock em sock em robots. One can only guess what they have up their sleeve this time. FIFTH REEL HOUSE RULES: Audience participation and dressing up is always encouraged. Yelling, cheering, jeering, quote a long. are all also highly encouraged. Past screenings have been as loud and as rowdy as the last house party you've been to. The Fifth Reel is an interactive movie going experience, the audience makes the fun. If you expect to sit on your hands in silence for two hours then this might not be for you... 18+/NO MINORS $9 Early Bird tickets if you buy before January 17th! $10 for members of The Fifth Reel, Calgary Underground Film Festival, and UofC Film Society. $15 for non members (Free Fifth Reel memberships will be available inside the theatre for those who want to become members!) Doors at 9:00 Windigo will be playing at 10:00 and the movie will start at 10:30

1133 Kensington Road North West
Calgary, AB T2T 3P4

»Jeru The Damaja

January 30, 2015 9:30 PM

1000 9th Avenue Southwest
Calgary, AB T2P 2Y6

»Candyland & Special Guests

January 30, 2015 9:00 PM

Candyland is a electronic music duo from Santa Barbara, California comprised of Ethan Davis and Josie Martis, who first started making music together in 2011.Initially receiving attention for its remixes of artists such as Skrillex and Bingo Players, Candyland would go on to release a well-received debut LP, Bring the Rain, in 2013.After playing a number of high-profile electronic music festivals, Candyland has helped sow its dubstep-influenced house music to the masses.

4630 MacLeod Trail South
Calgary, AB T2G 5E8
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