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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

9

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

10

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

11

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

12

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

14

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

14

April 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

15

April 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

20

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

21

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

22

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

24

April 2020

Psychic Medium Michelle Russell

Experience Michelle's down to earth and bubbly personality as she shares her journey and delivers stunningly accurate messages from your Loved Ones on the Otherside. While not everyone will get read; messages from your Loved Ones may come through in what Michelle refers to as "me too messages", leaving you with a sense of comfort and inner peace. 6 pm - Doors Open 7-9 pm - Group Session Open seating plan for 150+ guests. General Seating: $65 Michelle will deliver as many messages as possible to attendees throughout the evening. Attendance does not guarantee a reading. Finer Details: Attendance does not guarantee a reading during the event. Must be 19 years or older to attend. Infants are not permitted. Terms and Conditions apply, please see website for details.

  • Baymont by Wyndham Red Deer, 4311 49 Ave
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

27

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

27

April 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

28

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

30

April 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

30

April 2020

Dear Red Deer Chapter Four Meetup

Want to love where you live? Join us for a year of challenges based on the book, 'This is Where You Belong: The Art and Science of Loving the Place You Live' by Melody Warnick. The challenges will be set every month based on one chapter of the book. We will read the chapter, try the challenges and then meet in the Library or post on social media #dearreddeer to share experiences. We're hoping by taking part in this program we will come to love Red Deer and feel like this is where we belong. If you have any questions please call 403-346-4576 extension 1501.

  • Red Deer Public Library - Downtown Branch, 4818 49 ST
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

1

May 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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May 2020

Book Launch: In Veritas

Local author C.J. Lavigne launches her debut novel, In Veritas, a literary Canadian urban fantasy. There will be an author reading and book signing, with live music performed by Larry Steinbrenner. Admission is free. "Led by her synesthesia, Verity Richards discovers a hidden world inside an old Ottawa theatre. Within the timeworn walls live people who should not exist—people whose very survival is threatened by science, technology, and natural law. Verity must submerge herself in this impossible reality to help save the last traces of their broken community. Her guides: a magician, his shadow-dog, a dying angel, and a knife-edged woman who is more than half ghost." In Veritas is published by NeWest Press.

  • Babycakes Cupcakery, 144 Erickson Dr.
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

3

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

4

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

5

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

6

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

7

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

8

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

9

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

10

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

11

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

11

May 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

12

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

13

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

14

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

15

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

16

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

17

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

18

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

19

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

20

May 2020

Red Deer: Active at Home

We want to help Red Deerians connect with us, with each other and with their community. We created Red Deer: Active at Home - a Facebook page dedicated to sharing culture, recreation, fitness, health and community information that focuses on things you can do at home to stay active, healthy and connected. We are using this page to share virtual fitness videos, art classes, games, home-schooling activities and local business innovations. Physical distancing does not mean we can’t stay socially connected – and that’s what this page is about. Red Deer: Active at Home is for you. Share your ideas with us. Tell us what you want to see on this page. Despite physical distancing, let’s find ways to (re)connect with each other – to help each other get through this – together. If you are struggling. Reach out. Connect with people in your social circle. There are lots of resources available through Canadian Mental Health and local agencies. If you have questions, please call us at 403-342-8111. We are here to (re)connect with you. All of us at The City of Red Deer.

  • Your Home
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

20

May 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

25

May 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

28

May 2020

Dear Red Deer Chapter Five Meetup

Want to love where you live? Join us for a year of challenges based on the book, 'This is Where You Belong: The Art and Science of Loving the Place You Live' by Melody Warnick. The challenges will be set every month based on one chapter of the book. We will read the chapter, try the challenges and then meet in the Library or post on social media #dearreddeer to share experiences. We're hoping by taking part in this program we will come to love Red Deer and feel like this is where we belong. If you have any questions please call 403-346-4576 extension 1501.

  • Red Deer Public Library - Downtown Branch, 4818 49 ST
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

1

June 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

5

June 2020

Red Deer Symphony Orchestra

Finale Friday | FRIDAY, June 5, 2020 | RDC Arts Centre Witness Corey Hamm’s triumphant return to the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra. He will wow us with an energetic performance of Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 2. Also on the program will be RDSO's concerto competition winner from Red Deer's 2019 Festival of the Performing Arts, Kathryn Fakeley. This incredible young cellist will be performing a movement of the Kabalevsky cello concerto. The evening will end with the 1812 Overture by Tchaikovsky. It will be a sound spectacular! Featuring Corey Hamm, Piano & 2019 Red Deer Festival of Performing Arts Winner Kathryn Fakeley, Cello BARTÓK: Piano Concerto No. 2 KABALEVSKY: Cello Concerto TCHAIKOVSKY: 1812 Overture

  • RDC Arts Centre, 100 College Blvd
  • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

6

June 2020

Red Deer Walk for Muscular Dystrophy

The Red Deer Walk for Muscular Dystrophy is an annual community event and fundraiser in support of persons with neuromuscular disorders. Event activities include: 1km walk, BBQ served by the Red Deer Fire Department, outdoor games, face painting, crafts, disability resource booths, silent auction, 50/50, and so much more. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend. All proceeds from this special event help to provide essential medical and mobility devices to Muscular Dystrophy Canada clients, as well as furthering medical research in pursuit of finding a cure for MD.

  • McKenzie Trails Recreation Area, McKenzie Trails Park
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

17

June 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

22

June 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

25

June 2020

Dear Red Deer Chapter Six Meetup

Want to love where you live? Join us for a year of challenges based on the book, 'This is Where You Belong: The Art and Science of Loving the Place You Live' by Melody Warnick. The challenges will be set every month based on one chapter of the book. We will read the chapter, try the challenges and then meet in the Library or post on social media #dearreddeer to share experiences. We're hoping by taking part in this program we will come to love Red Deer and feel like this is where we belong. If you have any questions please call 403-346-4576 extension 1501.

  • Red Deer Public Library - Downtown Branch, 4818 49 ST
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

1

July 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

6

July 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

15

July 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

20

July 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1

August 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

17

August 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

19

August 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

31

August 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1

September 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

14

September 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

16

September 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

28

September 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1

October 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

13

October 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

21

October 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

26

October 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1

November 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

9

November 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

18

November 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

23

November 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

1

December 2020

French classes

This service is intended for permanent résidents and refugees. It's free of charge. We only ask for your enthusiasm and active participation. Each student will benefit from a personalized approach and will receive feedback throughout their Learning Journey. Lessons are planned according to the student's needs and the topics are based on everyday living.

  • 11-5560 45 street
  • 3:00 PM - 3:00 PM

7

December 2020

City Council Meeting

Regular City Council Meeting

  • City Hall, 4914 48 Av
  • 1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

16

December 2020

Parkinson Disease Support Group

A monthly support group for those living with or affected by Parkinson Disease. Facilitated by the Parkinson Association of Alberta Client Services Coordinator. Open to all!

  • Davenport Church of Christ, 68 Donlevy Avenue
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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