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Bruderheim Arena

Karol Maschmeyer Arena

Bruderheim's indoor arena offers scheduled ice times for hockey practices and games, as well as public skating. Meeting room rentals also available. Contact  780-796-3731 for more information on bookings, public skating schedule, and fees.

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Phone: 780-796-3731

Location: 4936 - 51 Avenue

Note to all public ice users: Please be aware that you are using the ice at your own risk. Safety equipment such as helmets and gloves is recommended. The Town of Bruderheim assumes no responsibility for accidents or injuries.

Outdoor Rink - NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Sharpen your skates and experience Canada's greatest game or enjoy a leisurely skate on our newly constructed (2010) outdoor rink. The ice quality is superb - thanks to our zamboni! Bruderheim's outdoor rink is open to the public and free of charge.  Enjoy!

Location: Corner of 50th Street and 52nd Avenue

Note to all public ice users: Please be aware that you are using the ice at your own risk. Safety equipment such as helmets and gloves is recommended. The Town of Bruderheim assumes no responsibility for accidents or injuries.

 

Outdoor rink zamboni
playing ball

Ball Diamonds

Batter up! Enjoy a game of ball at any of our three ball diamonds. Contact the Town Office (780-796-3731) for information on schedules and fees.

Locations:

  • 2 shale diamonds at the Ag Grounds (north of the west end of 52nd Ave)
  • 1 grass diamond next to the Bruderheim School grounds

Soccer Field

The soccer field, located next Bruderheim School, is open to the public free of charge. For more information, contact 780-819-4625.

Soccer Pitch
playground lets play

Playgrounds

Children can get active in any of our three playgrounds:

  • Half Moon Park (constructed in 2006): Located between the housing of 46th and 46 A Street and 54th and 55th Avenue in Brookside Park subdivision. Entrances are on 54th Avenue or on 46 A Street.
  • Sunset Park (constructed in 2006): Located on the southwest side of 51st Street.
  • Bruderheim School Playground: Located in the school yard just off of 48th Street or Highway 45.

Bruderheim Heritage Trail

This paved walking trail links Bruderheim's neighbourhoods and scenic sites, giving visitors a chance to get fit while experiencing our community. Markers along the trail will take you through time, offering information on our cultural and natural heritage. See our brochure for more information.

biking the Heritage Trail
Fair Grounds

Ag Grounds

The Bruderheim Agricultural Society maintains the Ag Grounds on the northwest end of town (52nd Ave). The area offers a chuck wagon/chariot race track and two shale ball diamonds. Fore more information, contact the Agricultural Society at 780-796-3598.

Bruderheim Memorial Community Centre

Planning an event? Our Community Centre is available for rent. Contact the Town Office (5017 Queen Street; 780-796-3731) for more information.

Location: 5014 - 49th (Queen) Street

Phone: 780-796-3522

Community Centre
spring creek wetland interpretive centre

Spring Creek Wetland Interpretive Centre

Learn why wetlands and native plants are so important at the Spring Creek Wetland Interpretive Centre. The site proudly displays children's drawings from the Bruderheim School and utilizes recycled tire Pour n' Play surfacing. Come see why we cherish our little wetland so much!

Location: East end of 50th Avenue, behind the Town Office.

Queen's Park

On August 2nd, 1978, Bruderheim was honoured with a ten minute scheduled visit from the Queen of England. Queen Elizabeth, accompanied by Prince Philip, was making her tour by train to officially open the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton. In preparation for the occasion, Bruderheim's CNR station site was developed into 'Queen's Park', and Main Street was renamed 'Queen Street'.

Location: South end of Queen Street

Queen's Park

Snowmobile Accessibility

Revv up for some winter fun  -  the Bruderheim surrounding area is a great place to hit the snow trails. Remember to always wear a helmet, and be courteous  -  ask for landowners' permission before riding on private property. For more information on accessibility, contact the Town Office at 780-796-3731.