14 minutes southeast of Peace River.
The Hamlet of St. Isidore was established after WWII by ten francophone families from Québec, and the area is still home to a thriving francophone culture. The interactive St. Isidore Museum, Plein Soleil folkloric dance troupe, and St. Isidore Weavers arts and crafts group all contribute to the local culture.
From sports like hockey and volleyball to family dances, there is so much to do! Check out the Cultural Centre for francophone- and francophile-centred activities in the area. And don’t miss the Carnaval de St-Isidore, a winter tradition for the whole surrounding area. Grab the kids and come enjoy snow sculpture competitions, sleigh rides, entertainers, and famous French-Canadian delicacies like poutine and maple syrup snow candy. Bienvenue!
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