Arts & Culture
The Slave Lake Region offers a rich diversity of performing arts and visual arts. Local Artisans showcase their wares in the Visitor Information Centre during the summer months, and at Farmers’ Markets year-round.
The Legacy Centre
The Legacy Centre features a 450-seat theatre with a fully equipped stage and banked seating. This is a perfect venue for concerts and events throughout the entire year. Volunteer organizations such as the Rotary Club and the Elks Club, three dance studios, and local performing arts societies host productions for all ages.
State of the Art Library
The Rotary Club of Slave Lake Public Library offers a wide variety of services and programs, including: reserving and renewing books, e-resources, free Wifi and computer access, children’s’ programming, afternoon movie-time, video game station, toy library, youth night, book clubs, story time, summertime rainy day programming, and special guests.
Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council
Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council is a non-profit community organization founded on the belief that the arts are essential and should be available and accessible to everyone. Activities range from family paint nights to lessons in paint pouring, Ukrainian Easter eggs, social dance, and even specialty cooking!
The Stage North Association
The Stage North Association’s mission is to improve quality of life by promoting and facilitating access to and awareness of a variety of performing arts. The society hosts a series of performances each year. Although it offers the opportunity for local amateur musicians to participate, most of the performers are professional touring artists. The concert series consists of seven concerts at the Legacy Centre. All performances are accessible by all age groups.