airdrie adult senior living
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Airdrie was named around 1889 by William McKenzie after a village in North East Scotland. The first house was built around 1901 and the village created about 1909. Located North of Calgary within the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth II Highway (Highway 2) and Highway 567. Airdrie provides well-priced homes, with good highway access to Downtown and a great supporting infrastructure.
Facilities in the City include 2 arena's with 3 ice surfaces, aqua-centre, gym facilities. Soccer fields, tennis courts, Fletcher Park, a pathway system for jogging, walking or biking, a curling rink, and a 400 seat Theatre. There are many other recreation and entertainment such as bowling, well-priced cinema admission, the Nose Creek Museum and Nose Creek Park with family picnic facilities and bandstand for community fun.