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Community Groups

Viking Community Groups

Viking has a number of active community groups including the Elks, Legion, Lions and many more. Join in to help make living in Viking a rewarding experience.

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Youth Groups

Viking Youth Groups

Come and join in the fun and learn about your community.

VIKING 4-H BEEF CLUB     
Pru Maxwell, Contact 780-336-2146 Viking, Alberta T0B 4N0 Club welcomes anyone 9 – 21 years of age. They meet one Monday each month. You must be registered by the Club Weigh In – Mid October. There is a membership fee. The purpose is to help in community work, raise and donate money for projects in the community. The club is set up for fed steers and heifer projects.     

KINDRED SPIRITS YOUTH GROUP
Brian Rozmahel, Leader 336-2160 Box 261, Viking, Alberta T0B 4N0

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Troll Park

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Viking Troll Park

A great place to stop for a picnic lunch! Located beside the CN Station, the beautiful park has trolls located in various places throughout the park. There is also a viking ship which the "Viking Warrior" (metal sculpture) guards. Be sure to look for the Troll Mountain sculpture in the park.

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Viking Tea House and Station Gallery

Viking Tea House and Station Gallery

Viking CN Station and Tea House

VIKING TEA HOUSE AND STATION GALLERY
PO Box 997, 5001 - 51 Avenue, Viking AB T0B 4N0
Ph: 780-336-4846
Located in the original CNR railway station, the gallery features original work from local artists with an wonderful collection of original Scandinavian Rosemaling items.

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Viking Historical Museum

Viking Historical Museum

Viking Historical Museum

VIKING HISTORICAL MUSEUM
PO Box 106, 5108- 61 Avenue, Viking, AB T0B 4N0
Ph: 780-336-3066
Housed in Viking's first hospital built in 1921, opened in 1922; displaying pioneer artifacts, land maps and photographs of the area; buildings moved on site and restored include church (1938), store and post office (1903), country school (1907) and farm house (1914).

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Viking Municipal Library

Viking Municipal Library

Viking Library

VIKING MUNICIPAL LIBRARY
Second Floor - Viking Carena Complex
PO Box 300, 5120 - 45 Street, Viking, AB T0B 4N0
Ph: 780-336-4992 Fax: 780-336-4992

 

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Original Viking Carena

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Original Viking Carena

The arena where the famed Sutter brothers learned the game of hockey on their way to the NHL.

The name Carena stems from the original Viking arena which began construction in 1951.

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Viking Ribstones

Viking Ribstones 

Viking Ribstones

Near Viking, on the top of a hill, at the highest point for miles around, stand the only Ribstones in Alberta that have not been moved since ancient times.

Ribstones, also known as Boulder Petroglyphs, are two large stones carved in the shape of an animal's rib cage.

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Sutter Family

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Sutter Family

The Sutter family, originally from Viking, Alberta, Canada, is one of the most famous families in the National Hockey League (NHL). Six brothers: Brent, Brian, Darryl, Duane, Rich and Ron, reached the NHL in the 1970s and 80s.

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