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PLEASE NOTE THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN CONCERT BAND WILL BE PLAYING IN THE PARKING LOT OF COMMUNITY FUTURES FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL NOON

Nacmine Hotel property for sale by Public Tender

 

The Town of Drumheller offers the lands known as the Nacmine Hotel for sale by Public Tender.

This opportunity will close on Thursday, July 20 at 2:00 pm MDT.

For complete information on this opportunity please CLICK HERE  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Property Sale by Public Tender - Elks Club

 

The Town of Drumheller offers the lands known as the Elks Club for sale by Public Tender.

This opportunity will close on Thursday, July 20 at 2:00 pm MDT.

For complete information on this opportunity please   CLICK HERE .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's easy to register!

Step 1: Download and fill our Camp BCF  Registration & Waiver Forms (available HERE)

Step 2: Submit completed registration & waiver forms at the Badlands Community Facility along with payment

OR

Register Online HERE!

Please Note:

Online registrants are required to submit registration & waiver forms to the BCF prior to camp start date. Please email or bring forms to the BCF, as there is pertinent information on the forms that our coordinator will require in order to efficiently schedule and organize the week.

Email: campbcf@dinosaurvalley.com 

Address: 80 Veterans Way, Drumheller Alberta

 

Registration deadlines apply! Register before it's too late!

 

For a list of our summer programs, click here or on the logo at the top of the page.

Do you need help reaching your next fitness level or achieving your fitness goals? Let the Bio-Metrics Team help!

 

Bio-Metric Inc. is a Mobile Sport Performance Testing Lab providing state of the art Body Composition (Fat), VO2Max, Lactate Threshold Testing and Resting Metabolic Rate.

 

Bio-Metrics can help you with:

  • Finding Your Baseline – How are you going to reach your goals when you don’t even know where you started?
  • Tracking Your Progress - Are your programs giving you the results you want? If they are...GREAT! Keep doing what your doing. If NOT, this brings us to the most powerful reason why you should perform regular testing.  Without this knowledge you could literally waste months or even years in the gym before making a change in your programming, which brings us to point #3...
  • Tweaking Your Programming - We now have the opportunity to make changes to your nutrition and training programs so we can...
    Achieving  Results Faster - Unless you have 6 hours a day to hang out in a gym then getting some testing done may not be for you...

 
Dates and Registration
Bio-Metrics will be at the Badlands Community Facility on June 20th, 2017, from 4pm – 7pm.

 

To book your appointment, come and visit us at the front desk at the BCF. 

 

Cost: $50.00 ($20.00 to secure your appointment time & $30.00 upon arrival of your appointment)

 

More Information
For more information on Bio-Metrics services, please visit www.bio-metrics.ca or call Gregg at (403) 358-0060.

 

firehydrantflushing

The Town of Drumheller Infrastructure Services Department will be conducting a town-wide Hydrant Flushing Program. 

A good fire hydrant maintenance program will ensure operational reliability in the event of a fire. This program will commence on June 8 2017 and last for approximately four to six weeks.

Below are some of the reasons for flushing hydrants:

  • To maintain the highest possible standard of drinking water set for the by Alberta Environment.
  • Flushing the hydrant will ensure ease of operation and will allow staff to take necessary flow and pressure tests.
  • Maintenance of hydrant parts are exercised at this time to ensure ease of operation for fire department personnel.
  • During our 2017 Hydrant Flushing Program, there will be areas within our Town that may encounter discolored water for a short period of time.

This is normal for the clarity to become somewhat disturbed.

However, this does not indicate that the water is contaminated or unsafe for consumption.

In the event that you find your household or place of business with discolored water, just simply allow your cold water faucets to run for a minimum of five minutes and the problem should resolve itself.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Throughout this flushing program, if there are any questions or concerns, please contact the Infrastructure Services Department at (403) 823-1330.

firehydrantflushing 

The Town of Drumheller Infrastructure Services Department will be conducting a town-wide Hydrant Flushing Program. 

A good fire hydrant maintenance program will ensure operational reliability in the event of a fire. This program will commence on June 8 2017 and last for approximately four to six weeks.

Below are some of the reasons for flushing hydrants:

  • To maintain the highest possible standard of drinking water set for the by Alberta Environment.
  • Flushing the hydrant will ensure ease of operation and will allow staff to take necessary flow and pressure tests.
  • Maintenance of hydrant parts are exercised at this time to ensure ease of operation for fire department personnel.
  • During our 2017 Hydrant Flushing Program, there will be areas within our Town that may encounter discolored water for a short period of time.

This is normal for the clarity to become somewhat disturbed.

However, this does not indicate that the water is contaminated or unsafe for consumption.

In the event that you find your household or place of business with discolored water, just simply allow your cold water faucets to run for a minimum of five minutes and the problem should resolve itself.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Throughout this flushing program, if there are any questions or concerns, please contact the Infrastructure Services Department at (403) 823-1330.

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dog walking

With the warmer weather more people are out on the streets and paths around town.  It is imperative when you are walking your dog that the dog is on a leash and the dog owner has control of the dog at all times.  Unleashed and leashed dogs may have a problem when encountering each other and this does a disservice to both dogs and their owners!