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United Way Central Alberta is pleased to announce the TENTH ANNUAL Sockey Night in Red Deer in partnership with the Red Deer Rebels – Saturday, October 20 beginning 7pm at the ENMAX Centrium. For weeks United Way has been collecting...

On a spooky Halloween night in 2016, Red Deer experienced the horrors of its first “THRILLER” Zombie Dinner and Dance Show (including Michael Jackson of course) hosted by Common Bonds and Pound It Hip Hop Studio with the help of a group of...

On October 27, Law enforcement’s finest will put the serve in service at Boston Pizza for the one day event, Cops, Pops, and Pizza.  The event is hosted by the Law Enforcement Torch Run and will raise awareness and funds for Special...

The Rotary Clubs of Red Deer invite you to join us for World Polio Day at the Welikoklad Event Centre on Wednesday, October 24. Rotary members in Red Deer are among millions reaching out on World Polio Day to raise awareness, funds and...

RED DEER- Two local organizations will receive over $8,000 from Lowe’s Canada Heroes campaign. Every Lowe’s, RONA, and Reno-Depot corporate store across the country supported a non-profit organization or public school in...

DARKSPARK and grade 7 students of Ponoka Secondary Campus present an afternoon of inter-cultural learning, sharing, and reconciliation. The Four Directions Project, established by arts-education not-for-profit DARKSPARK, uses songwriting...

Edmonton – This Thanksgiving long weekend, police forces across Canada led #OperationImpact to encourage safe driving behaviours. Between October 5-8, 2018, there were two pedestrian injuries in two separate collisions in Alberta RCMP...

Kick it to the Curb takes place in Red Deer this weekend, October 13 and 14, snow or shine. Residents are encouraged to repurpose unwanted goods and find new homes for still-useful items. Unwanted items can be placed at the curb and...

The Central Alberta Crime Prevention Centre (CACPC) will be collecting gently used winter coats & items for kids & adults, as well as donations for crime prevention, on Taylor Drive (north of 32 Street, south of 43 Street) on ...

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