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Located off Highway 28 east of Ashmont, is Mallaig, a quaint hamlet within the County of St. Paul. It is the home of the remarkable Haying in the 30's event on August 3 & 4. You’re invited to come and experience reliving the past as it was in the old days. While LOTS goes on during these 2 days, this event has one goal – to help cancer victims undergoing treatment with financial assistance for costs of transportation and lodging. All expenses for this 2 day event are funded by sponsors and volunteers, and 100% of donations are given to cancer victims. To see a detailed schedule of events and to

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July 12-14, 2019 Admission & Camping by donation • Pancake Breakfasts Boscombe Community Stage Shows • Band Scramble • Sunday Gospel Centre Concession • Prize Draws • Bring Lawn Chairs Twp Rd 600 & RR 103 - 13 km E of Ashmont on Hwy 28 780-726-2444

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learn more visit www.hayinginthe30s.com. Be sure to visit the Mallaig Museum to explore the history of the community. Enjoy camping at Mallaig Beach on Vincent Lake just south of Mallaig, or the staging area along the Iron Horse Trail which is open year round.

OUTDOORS An abundance of lakes, tourist attractions, camping facilities and golf courses await visitors in the County region. Swing your clubs at the St. Paul, Elk Point and Mann Lake Golf Course. The County operates four recreation camping facilities: Westcove, Lac Bellevue, Stoney Lake, and Floating Stone Lake, all complete with serviced sites, showers and an on-site caretaker. Further east in the county there are a number of lakes around Elk Point great for boating and camping. Go camping along the North Saskatchewan River east of Elk Point at Heinsburg. It is a scenic spot along the North Saskatchewan River. In spring and fall, tap your toes during jamborees held at the Heinsburg Community Hall. Stop by the Railway Theme Park to see the impressive restored 60,000 gallon CN water tower and CN station. The Iron Horse Trail, is a multi-use, recreational trail that runs the length of what was the Canadian National Railway line. This is the longest continuous stretch of the Trans Canada Trail in Alberta. The trail begins in Waskatenau, going all the way to the Saskatchewan border, with a north east branch to Cold Lake and a south east branch that ends in Lindbergh. It’s popular year round with horse riders, hikers, cyclists, skiers, snowmobilers, and ATV users. Trailheads in the county are located at St. Paul, Mallaig, Elk Point, Lindbergh and Heinsburg. Multiple staging areas, rest stops and some accommodations are distributed the length of the trail making it perfect for planning a multi-day excursion.

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