We represent and serve the residents of the Bruderheim community and surrounding area.
5248 Queen St.
Bruderheim Agricultural Society -
A little information about us, what we’ve accomplished in the past and
what’s in store for our future.
“Here’s where you get a chance to say something about what we do and how we do it”
Please submit your comments to our executive and we will have them posted here. Bruderheim Executive
“I have had a chance to visit Bruderheim on a business matter last summer. I have to comment on how well organized the Agricultural Society executive was. I also had a change to see their facilities and how beautifully manicured the landscape of the town looked. Kudos to the residents of this community for their love and care of their town!!” W.Benschop, Sherwood Park blandit urna, vel ultriacies
Here’s what you say about us
Our park was named in honour of the Queen’s scheduled visit to the Town of Bruderheim in 1978
On August 2nd, 1978, Bruderheim was honoured with a ten minute visit from the Queen of England. Queen Elizabeth was accompanied by Prince Philip and Premiere Lougheed, among other dignitaries. The Queen was making her tour by train to officially open the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton that year.
To prepare for the occasion, Bruderheim's CNR station site was developed into 'Queen's Park', and Main Street was renamed 'Queen Street'.
Since then, Queens Park, has been developed and beautified by the Ag Society, the Town of Bruderheim and volunteers of programs such as Communities in Bloom. A beautiful gazebo where weddings and other celebrations of life occur, was added to the Park.
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