Area Attractions 

(Last updated: September 6, 2021).

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*Local Features*

  • NEW: Scoops on Railway:  ALSO OPEN DURING FALL FESTIVAL Saturday Sept 11, from 10am-8pm. Open July-August 30, 2021.  7 days a week, 6-9pm.  508 Railway Street, Hepburn.  Hard ice cream, beverages, ice cream treats.  Follow on Facebook at:  Follow on Instagram at:  Owners: Dale & Kim Martens.
  • Hepburn Marketplace:  Wednesdays, May 26 to September 8, from 4:30-7:00pm.  Food truck schedule!  Follow on facebook at:  See more at: WATCH For Christmas Market Date Announcement!  Operated by Volunteer Team.
  • Hepburn Museum of Wheat:  Saturdays, July 3 to fall, from 10am - 3pm.  Museum, schoolhouse, implements, displays, agent station, windmill, self-guided historical signs, and more.  Threshing Day Celebration.  Operated by Volunteer Team.  
  • B's Blooms:  Open May 1st to TBA.  Greenhouse. See Poster on Town Bulletin Board.  Hours TBA.  Owner Barb Hamm.
  • Blue Sky Berries / Grandma's House: A unique bed & breakfast accommodation venue, near the river, located a few kms southwest of Hepburn.  Owner Jarvis Bluschke.
  • Good Eat'n Honey:  Visits by Appointment.  Weekly table, at the Hepburn Marketplace.  Featured in book Flat Out Delicious! Honey is also for sale at the local Co-op.  Owners Ian and Verna Eaton.
  • Guenther Farms, Wedding, Event, & Arts Centre: A farm style event venue that can accommodate your workshops, retreats, celebrations, photo shoots, and more. Located a few kms southeast of Hepburn, off Hwy 12, at TWP #.  Owners Ruth and Wayne Guenther.

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