July 25th, 2024

Regional Canada Day activities schedule

By Lethbridge Herald on June 30, 2022.

Multiple southern Alberta towns are getting ready to celebrate Canada Day with many activities to choose from.

8-10:30 a.m.: Free pancake breakfast behind Administration Building at 4900 50 Street
11 a.m. : Flag Raising Ceremony at Confederation Park followed by Cake 
11:30 a.m.: Indigenous Dancers 
12-5 p.m.: games with Taber Summer Programs, Face Painting with Taber Youth Do Crew, Petting Zoo with Petland, Bouncy Castles
12 p.m – 5:00pm: Food Trucks
12 -2pm.: Water Fight with the Taber Fire Department 
12:30-5 p.m.: Live Entertainment: 
12:30 p.m. – Dan the One Man Band
2. p.m. – Jolene & the Inquisitive Few 
3:30 p.m. – Another Simple Solution 
9 p.m.: Outdoor movie showing of Disney’s Encanto at Ken Macdonald Sports Park
10:30pm (or dusk): Fireworks at Ken Macdonald Sports Park (weather and wind dependent)

Fort Macleod – Canada Day at The Fort Museum of the NWMP and First Nations Interpretative Centre
10 a.m.: Cannon demonstration in compound
11 a.m.: Raising the flag and opening ceremonies in the compound
11:30 a.m.: Inaugural NWMP Musical Ride followed by BBQ in the compound and cake cutting in the main gallery.
1 p.m.: Cannon demonstration in compound
2 p.m.: NWMP Musical Ride
3 p.m.: Cannon demonstration in compound
3:30 p.m.: NWMP Musical Ride
4:30 p.m.: watermelon eating contest

Raymond Celebrations:
10:00 a.m:. Rotary Club Parade with the same route as last year
2 p.m.: Stampede rodeo
2-5 p.m.: Canada Day market at Ice arena
4-9 p.m.: Canada Day Fair at VSP
11:00 p.m. Fireworks at Victoria Sports Park

Cardston Celebrations:
The Remington Carriage Museum will host the annual Canada Day Party in the Park from 1 to 5 p.m. Events include:
Food Trucks
Bouncy Castles
Petting Zoo
Face Painting
Carriage Rides
Admission to the grounds is free, however, some activities will require a fee.
Fireworks will take place at Lions Park at from 9:55 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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