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Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation

The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre is Canada’s largest birds of prey facility. Situated on a 70-acre wetland area site the centre is a celebration of nature featuring the hawks, falcons, eagles and owls of Alberta.

Hours of Operation:

Open 7 days a week from 9:30am to 5:00pm from May 10th to September 10th.

2124 16th Ave in Coaldale, Alberta
(403) 331-9520
www.burrowingowl.com
info@burrowingowl.com
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Coyote Flats Pioneer Village

Formerly known as Prairie Tractor and Engine Society, members of Coyote Flats Pioneer Village have restored all the buildings and machines.  The Village has over 100 machines on display consisting of antique tractors, combines, binders, threshers and numerous kinds of beet and cultivating equipment.  The Threshing Show and Parade of Power is usually held the third weekend of August.

Hours of Operation:

10:00am – 5:00pm Tuesday – Saturday, May 21 to September 24

The Village is located approximately one mile south of the Town of Picture Butte (Highway 843)
403-732-5451
https://coyoteflats.org/
prairietractor@gmail.com
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Gem of the West Museum

The Gem of the West Museum is one of the largest rural museums in Southern Alberta. It showcases over 15 unique exhibits in 15,000sq.ft., and includes an art gallery and a working blacksmith shop on site. In addition to the museum, the building also serves as a venue for public programs and events, private rental events and functions, and as an office for the Town of Coaldale Community Services Department.

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm from June 3-August 26

1306 20 St, Coaldale (located in the old Mennonite Brethren Congregation church on Highway 845, two blocks north of Birds of Prey Centre
(403) 345-1323
http://www.gemofthewest.ca/
culture@coaldale.ca

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    Lethbridge Cornmaze

    Puzzle your way through a life-size corn maze! It takes anywhere from 20 minutes to 2 hours to solve.  Amenities include: corn maze (including child-sized haybale maze), pre-picked produce (corn, currants (red and black), pumpkins, saskatoons, strawberries, pumpkins), snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, tractor-pulled hay rides and a petting zoo.

    Hours of Operation:

     July 28-October 28

    Monday-Saturday 10:00am-9:00pm (July & August)

    Monday-Thursday 4:00pm-8:00pm, Friday-Saturday 10:00am-9:00pm (September & October)

    Located north of Park Lake in Lethbridge County
    (403) 381-3775
    www.lethbridgecornmaze.com
    theo@lethbridgecornmaze.com

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