the mayor and Walk, Iron Horse Park rides, golf tournaments, car shows, Canada Day and New Yearâ€™s Eve fireworks displays. No matter what time of year you are here, there is something for everyone. From the Airdrie Pro Rodeo and Canada Day Parade in July, Artember and AirdrieFest in September to the Festival of Lights in December, Airdrie is a great place to have fun. We enjoy an active lifestyle in Airdrie and you can join us in the parks and on the pathways that run throughout the city. Get active at Chinook Winds Regional Park with its splash park, skate park and baseball diamonds or Genesis Place in the swimming pools, fitness and weight training facility, gymnastics facility, indoor soccer field houses and much more. Airdrie continues to grow, hitting almost 50,000 residents this year. You may have picked up this guide as a visitor, resident or future resident. We are glad you have joined us in Airdrie and hope you find the warm, welcome city that we all love.
Airdrie is alive with cultural experiences as well. Our Bert Church Live Theatre attracts sought after musicians and performers from around the globe and our library is always buzzing with activities. We host many cultural events that attract people of all ages.
While you are in the area, take advantage of Airdrieâ€™s numerous amenities from the Chinook Winds Splash Park to many new restaurants and shopping opportunities. There are many great events happening here all year including the Mayorâ€™s Run
Big city amenities, small town charm; Airdrie could be your next home. I invite you to take a look.
Mayor Peter Brown
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