Drumheller Valley Secondary School has teamed up with Strathmore High School to provide an exciting 3 days. ASLC 2020 kicks off Sunday May 24 in Drumheller with tourist activities, entertainment, and supper. Delegates then travel to Strathmore that night to participate in the rest of the conference. See below for directions to all the amazing places we will visit, hotel accommodations, registration package, and conference schedule. We can’t wait to see you there!
New Blood: Is a widely acclaimed production that blends Blackfoot music and contemporary music by Peter Gabriel to create an amazing piece of theatre celebrating Blackfoot history and traditions. Featuring poetry, music, contemporary and traditional dance, the show is inspired by the life of Chief Vincent.
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Enter a stunning facility and embark upon an unforgettable journey as you delight in fantastic exhibitions and dazzling performances, and enjoy an exciting, authentic, Blackfoot cultural experience.
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a Canadian tourist attraction and a centre of palaeontological research known for its collection of more than 130,000 fossils.
Designated at both the national and provincial levels, the Atlas preserves the last of the 139 mines which operated in the Drumheller Valley from 1911-1979. Our mandate is to preserve and present the days when “Coal was King” in the Drumheller Valley. The site comprises 31 hectares with numerous buildings, trackways, machines, tools, and documents from the working mine.
In the heart of the Canadian Badlands, the Drumheller Valley offers spectacular unique scenery and fascinating experiences.