NEW MUSIC CALENDAR - Hi Everyone - please look at the top right for our music tab. This will bring you to the calendar which will have all our bookings including upcoming months. We are still loading information and will be adding links for you to have a listen before you book. Thank you for your patience.
Happy Hour: Starting November 1st we will have a happy hour fom 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Great food and drink specials,
New Years Eve with Brad Bucknell & the OhNo Band Come join us for great food (tapas throughout the night), dancing and bubbly to bring in the new year! We have two options; no wine pairing with the tapas $80.00 or wine pairing $110.00. Does not include gst or gratuities but does include music, a cocktail and party favors. Please call for a reservation and a deposit is required. Hope to see you there!
Mon - Closed
Tue - 9 - 8
Wed - Thur - 9 - 10
Fri - Sat - 9 - 10
Sun - 9 - 2:30
Call us for curbside pick-up or takeout with 10% off
We appreciate your business.
Ian & Sylvia
We have a new happy hour menu November 1st!
We have a weekly dinner special on Friday and Saturday Nights. We are also offering two sizes of ceviche that changes weekly. Our pies are home made and change weekly with a crust that melts in your mouth!
We have always been and continue to be family friendly. Our children’s menu includes breakfast and combo meals that have been recommended first hand! Please let us know if you have favorites that you would like to see on the menu.
We offer gluten and vegan friendly options, ask your server.
Blue Chair has been one of Canada's premiere live-music venues for over 18 years. When we have shows with covers, we will add the charge to your tab. Please make a reservation as we do fill up quickly.
Parties of 4 or more will be asked for a table deposit of $50 and parties of 10 or more is $100 when attending our shows. This will be deducted from your tab on the evening of the show.
Cancellation Policy: 24 hours notice prior to the start of the show for a full refund of the deposit.
We have limited seating and request all reservations call for any adjustments to your party. The advanced notice is to help us accomodate your booking and allow us time to sell any extra tickets.
All Friday, & Saturday Night Shows are a *$15.00 cover per person and some Thursday shows. Our brunches are by donation.
Tanner Finlay was born in Red Deer and has lived in the Stettler area his whole life, in particular a farm near the village of Botha. Tanner first started to draw at an early age, filling several sketch books, and was heavily influenced by the cartoon medium, with emphasis on Disney cartoons. His early drawings were in pencil and pencil crayon. He also started to draw in pen for a time.Tanner has always enjoyed drawing and painting in very fine, very tiny detail, as you will see in his pieces displayed here. He attended several schools around the Stettler area. His first guided teachings in art started in junior high, and Tanner relished the art classes taught in high school. He received a certificate in the Transitional Vocational Program at Red Deer College after high school.
Tanner has developmental disabilities which put him in a modified classroom setting throughout high school. Despite this, Tanner was able to attend regular art classes as well as participate in the afterschool art club. The art classes in high school introduced Tanner to several different mediums, including painting with oils and acrylics, sculpture, pottery, and water colour pencil . It was here that Tanner embraced painting. He has taken some instruction from his sister, Dawn Saunders Dahl with acrylics and water colours, one summer he also attended her painting classes during Red Deer Colleges’ summer series.
Today Tanner's paintings are influenced by fashion and nature, he often takes photos with either his phone or his professional camera to keep for ideas and reference in his art. He is currently a member of a local painting club called the Church Mice and is also a member of the local writing club, where he is writing his own fantasy novel. Tanner's full-time employment has him raising chickens and selling eggs off of the farm.
Almost all of the paintings on display were painted during COVID-19 pandemic and are acrylic on canvas.