The 80 kilometers of paved pathways available within Airdrie offers residents the opportunity to enjoy living a healthy and active lifestyle. The City also offers many cultural, outdoor recreation and natural features within the parks spaces.
A lberta C ommunity I cons Airdrie’s Korean Totem Poles Airdrie is proud to be participating in the Alberta Community Icons project. Come check out Airdrie’s Icon, the Korean Totem Poles located in Nose Creek Park. These six handcrafted Totem Poles were donated to the City of Airdrie by Gwacheon, Korea. The Totems were installed in 2007 to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the sister city relationship. Known in Korea as Jangseung or “village guardians,” totems are traditionally placed at the entrance of villages or temples. In Airdrie, they provide a one-of-a-kind landmark overlooking the events and amenities featured in the park. Want to see more? Pick up your Alberta Community Icons Passport at Nose Creek Valley Museum, City Hall or the Airdrie Public Library. Visit some or all of the other 35 icons across Alberta, get your passport stamped, and enter to win great prizes!
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