Places to visit native american culture exhibits in Alberta, Canada

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Places to Visit in Alberta Canada

Calgary Aboriginal Arts Awareness Society, Calgary

A volunteer based society dedicated towards celebrating positive reinforcement,
communication and outreach of the cultural continuum of traditional and
contemporary practice of Aboriginal Artists with an emphasis on professionalism
in all arts disciplines: theatre, video, literary, fine art, performance and new
media.

    
Suite 202B, 351 – 11 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2R 0C7

    
Telephone: (403) 296-2227   Fax: (403) 296-2226   e-mail:
[email protected]

Calgary Indian Friendship Centre, Calgary

Assisting Aboriginal people, offering educational, recreational and cultural
programs as well as assisting Aboriginal people in accessing agencies,
organizations and governmental services in Calgary.

     140-2 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta  T2P 0B9

    
Ph: (403)
802-6730

Ghost River Rediscovery,
near Calgary

Cultural and experiential education programs based on Indigenous culture. Camp
located approximately 65 km northwest of Calgary, AB, Canada, on the edge of
both the Ghost River Wilderness and Banff National Park, and on the Traditional
lands of the Nakoda (Stoney) peoples.

    
Ph: 403-270-9351    303, 227 10 St NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N
1V5

Glenbow, Calgary

Glenbow is western Canada’s largest museum, with over 93,000 square feet of
exhibition space spreading over three floors. More than 20 galleries are filled
with artifacts from Glenbow’s collection of over a million objects. 
Museum, art gallery, library, and archives of Western Canadiana.

    
Glenbow is located in the heart of Calgary across from the
Calgary Tower at:

    
130 – 9th Avenue S.E., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2G 0P3

    
General Information: (403) 268-4100

Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump 
Near Fort Macleod

This Alberta Government Interpretive Centre documents the buffalo hunting
culture of the Plains people. Used continuously by aboriginal peoples for more
than 5,500 years.

    
Box 1977, Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada T0L 0Z0

    
Phone: 1-403-553-2731      Fax: 1-403-553-3141

    
Toll free in Alberta phone 310-0000  (and ask for Head-Smashed-In 553-2731)

    
Email: [email protected]

Narrows Cultural Resort Inc.,
Lesser Slave Lake  

Owned and operated by the Kapawe’no First Nation. Features fixed roof
accomodation, traditional Aboriginal dishes & birdwatching. We also provide
wilderness hikes and fishing in a remote wilderness on the north shore of Lesser
Slave Lake.

    
Tel: 780-751-3800     Fax: 780-751-3864  email:
[email protected]

Provincial Museum of Alberta
Edmonton

One of Canada’s most popular museums. Through 40,000 square feet of exhibits you
can visit the mountains, prairies, forests and parklands of Alberta.

    
General information: (780) 453-9100     Fax: (780) 454-6629

    
Tickets and bookings: (780) 453-9100

    
12845-102nd Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 0M6, Canada

 

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