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Chamber of Commerce Event February 2nd, 2018

Last night we enjoyed a fun Chamber of Commerce mixer at Urban Place. Thanks to everyone who came out!  

(From Left to Right) Scott Toews (Silvereye Sports), Dave Blatz (Eastman Therapy), Peter Tiessen (Innovative Medical Supply), Twyla and Clarence Bergen (Urban Life), Kyler Bergen (Rockridge Interiors).

Whole Smoked Turkey with Mesquite Rub December 22nd, 2016

Preparing a turkey on your wood pellet smoker or ceramic charcoal grill is just as simple—if not more—than preparing a feast in your kitchen oven. Enjoy the great outdoors this holiday season all while putting the finishing touch on a perfect turkey: real wood smoke.


1 (20–25 lb) whole turkey, thawed

1 bottle Louisiana Grills Mesquite Rub

1 bottle smoked paprika

3 tbsp butter, softened


1. Preheat your grill to 325–350°F.

2. Remove the neck and giblets. Rinse turkey thoroughly and pat dry with paper towels.

3. Rub the outer surface of the turkey with Louisiana Grills Mesquite Rub.

4. In a small container, combine equal parts of softened butter, mesquite rub, and smoked paprika to form a paste. Gently inset your hand between the outer skin and the breast meat. Carefully rub the butter mixture inside the pocket.

5. Place the turkey, breast side up, in the center of the cooking grid and smoke for 11–13 minutes per pound. When finished, turkey should be tender and golden brown, or an internal temperature of 170°F in the thickest part of the thigh.

6. When finished, remove turkey from the grill. Cover with tin foil and let rest for 10 minutes before carving. Serve immediately alongside your favorite traditional holiday sides such as mashed potatoes, gravy, and cranberry sauce.


– Be sure to brine your turkey before cooking, if not already pre-brined. To do this, place the turkey in a cooler and fill half full with cold water. Add two cups of salt and ice and let sit overnight.

– To catch drippings, you may also place the turkey in a large foil pan instead of directly on the grill.

– Do not smoke your turkey at a lower temperature than 325°F. Doing so can make the skin tough.

– If pressed for time, wrap the turkey in tin foil. This will speed up cooking greatly and also help save skin that has gotten tough.

Recipe By Louisiana Grills

Hot Tub Night at the Arena February 27th, 2014

VIP Hot tub seats at the pistons game

The best seats in the house for the pistons 6-3 Victory over the Wolverines last night.  Urban life was very proud to be last night game sponsor and we look forward to seeing you at Saturday’s game.

PIstons VIP Hottub Tickets February 24th, 2014

Win a chance to sit in a hot tub and watch the Steinbach Pistons play

Win a chance to sit in a hot tub and watch the Steinbach Pistons play

Want a chance to watch a Pistons game from the comfort of a hot tub?? Visit us on Facebook for your chance to win VIP hot tub tickets for you and 5 friends to the pistons home game on Wednesday February 26th at 7:30.

Winner will be drawn randomly, contacted through Facebook and will be able to pick up the tickets from our store or meet us at the game on Wednesday.  Good luck to everyone and look forward to seeing you at the game.


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