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Mural at Viking Museum

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Bruce is located 15 km east of Holden on Highway 14 and is best known for the Bruce Stampede – one of the oldest rodeos in Canada! Bruce is also renowned for the Bruce Hotel which is famous for serving up their sell-out, buffet style dinners – heralded by Alberta media outlets as “Alberta’s Best Barbecue”.


The Bruce Community Centre is available to rent and is an ideal spot for family reunions and weddings, with lots of parking for RV’s. A nice, quiet, safe country atmosphere with playground, horseshoe pits, and a ball diamond. For information call 780-688-3510.

Friday, July 27 BBQ Supper and Evening Entertainment Saturday, July 28 - Local Rodeo Local Rodeo, Slack & Rodeo Dance

Sunday, July 29 -

105th Annual

Pro Rodeo

*Parade - Sunday 10 am *Pro Rodeo Action 1 pm *BBQ Supper

FREE Camping & Parking

For more information: Rob 780-688-3424 or Doug 780-608-5322

Kinsella Bring your dauber and lucky charm to the weekly satellite bingo held every Tuesday at 7 pm. Get your tickets early to the three performances staged each year by the Performing Arts Guild. They include a delicious home cooked meal. Plan to attend Kinsella’s popular Bullarama in July. The Kinsella Marketplace is a shopper’s haven, and is open Kinsella is a hamlet within exclusively from 11-4 pm every Beaver County located 150 km Sunday from June to September (see ad page 10). east of Edmonton on Hwy 14.

EAT Enjoy a home cooked meal at ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS An active seniors club offers the Hitching Post Café. Just floor curling, card playing and another reason to love a small socializing for its members. town.

July 11, 2018 Concession and Beer Gardens - 3 pm Bullarama - 7 pm featuring Kids Pony Ride & Dance

For more info call 780.386.2340 106

Viking Viking is a charming small town that makes for a great place to visit. The Town of Viking is known as the home to the Sutter brothers. Six Sutter brothers played in the NHL at the same time, often as team captains.

ATTRACTION & EVENTS Take a trip back in time at the Viking Museum. Stroll through the village of restored buildings dating back through the years of 1905-1938, including a one-room schoolhouse, log store, church, farmhouse, and hospital. Don't forget to see the large collection of tools, implements, and vintage International Harvester tractors (see also page 21). The Museum celebrated their 50th Anniversary last year and inconjunction with their anniversary, they are restoring a Milk Wagon. The milk wagon is listed in the provincial archives as the last operating horse-drawn delivery milk wagon in Western Canada and was used in Viking until 1965. The Milk Wagon should be ready for display in June this year. Come explore the displays, products and services offered at the annual Viking Community Business Showcase on May 12 at the Viking Carena. The Viking Car-ena is celebrating a milestone this year – the 65th Anniversary – join them on May 19 for the Celebration and Indoor Car Show. Did you know? In the early 1950s, they gave away 43 cars that were won as fundraisers for the building of the Car-ena. Hence the name Car-ena. In June, is the ever-popular Vikings in the Streets Festival with bed races, axe throwing, parade, and more.

39th Annual


Sat. 6 pm - Stampede - Miller Stock Contracting Beer Gardens, Fireworks at dusk Lakeland Hot Food Concession, & Wildrose Sun. 8 am - Pancake Breakfast Camping Available Approved 11 am - Christian Cowboy Service Located just no rth of the 1 pm - Stampede - Miller Stock Contracting Viking Golf

780-336-2138 or 780-385-0556

Course in the NE corner of the Town of Viking.

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