Celebrate what Red Deer and the rest of Alberta has to offer! Tap into the pulse of the prairie cities and communities with arts and culture festivals, food events, and more.
1. The Jungle Farm - Custom Flower Basket Planting
Custom Flower Planting
April 12, 13, 14 from
10am - 3pm
Bring your favourite planter out to our greenhouse. Choose your favourite flowers, colors and plant up your pots. They will babysit them for you until the weather is warmer outside.
Makes a wonderful personalized Mother's Day gift. Children love digging in the dirt and making something all by themselves for Mom or Grandma.
Do you need a different day for your group? Email to book your own day. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great activity for a youth program, dress club, red hatters club, wedding party or fun evening out.
2. Our Best to You Red Deer Spring 2018
Spring Craft Sale
April 20, 21, 22 from
10am - 9, 6, & 5pm
4847A 19 Street, Red Deer, Alberta
Experience Canadian Handmade Live at the 2nd annual Our Best to You Spring Craft Sale! Meet and shop from over 150 of Canada’s most talented artists, artisans & designers from coast-to-coast. Discover home décor, fashion, jewellery, visual art, children’s clothing and toys, artisanal food items, and many more unique works! #OurBestToYou #HandmadeLive
🎟 TICKETS: ▸ General admission – $5.00 ▸ Ages 17 & under – free ▸ Buy at the door – cash only
For more detailed information: click here.
3. Arber Greenhouses Ltd - Workshop: Happy Herbs
Sat, 14 April 2018
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM MDT
Pesto? Salsa? Herbs not only make your meals and appetizers taste so damn good, but having them grow in your home makes the house scented with freshness. Join their staff to learn how to grow and enjoy herbs at home. Each participant will get to make their own her planter. *Materials are subject to availability and may be substituted if required.
$35.00 instruction & materials inc. Tickets: click here.
! They also offer a salsa planter workshop in May. Just say'n.
4. 3rd Annual Mother's Day Tea Party & LuncheonSat, May 5, 2018
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Radisson Red Deer Hotel - Windspear Ballroom
Tickets: $50.00 each or a table of 8 for $375
Proceeds go to The Education for Somali Girls and Boys Fund
Door Prizes | International Fashion Show | Silent Auction |International Entertainers | Family Portraits | Henna | Luncheon |Poetry|
Food Menu: Chicken Supreme - Plated Lunch: Fresh Garden Greens w/ House Dressing 6 oz Grilled Chicken Breast served w/ Mushroom Sauce, Steamed Vegetables, Herb Roasted Potatoes, Freshly Brewed Regular & Decaffeinated Coffee, Chef Special Dessert.
Tickets and more detailed information: click here.
5. Red Deer Centre for Spiritual Living - Drum Making Workshop
April 14 from
12pm - 4pm
Drums are the heart beat of the soul. Making your own drum adds your spirit and medicine to the drum. Do you feel the call to build your very own drum?
Chris and Michelle Cunningham from TriSpirit Creations are coming to bring us a one of a kind journey to building your own drum. Chris makes all the frames from Cedar by hand and ensures they are ready for our day of building.
There is so much given in this day of teaching and sharing, Chris and Michelle will guide you along the drum path it's a special moment empowering and you receive your very own drum at the end of the day that you helped create.
Pre registration and deposit of $100.00 is required so hides can be ready. You have your choice of 14'' 16'' and 18'' drums. You can have natural, Red, Brown color and your very own stone on your drum. Investment: 14'' $ 262.50 16'' $ 288.75 18" $315 gst included in fee
please contact Terra Charmont 403-396-9589 to register and place your Deposit If you have any questions you can message Chris and Michelle at TriSpirit Creations on Facebook. You can also text Chris at 780-523-1482 if you have any questions.
For more detailed information and save your spot: click here.
6. Glenbow Museum - Frida Kahlo: Her Photos
Frida Kahlo: Her Photos
February 3 - May 21, 2018
Glenbow is pleased to present the first Canadian showing of Frida Kahlo: Her Photos, an exhibition that has travelled to 12 cities in 7 countries, and has received more than half a million visitors.
For the first time in this country, visitors will be able to see a treasure trove of images previously locked away in the Kahlo estate archives for more than 50 years. Frida Kahlo’s distinctive, colourful self-portraits and extraordinary life have made her one of the most recognized artists of the twentieth century. Less well known is her special relationship with photography.
Throughout her life, Kahlo meticulously collected photographs of herself and her loved ones as well as scenes of Mexican culture, politics, art, history and nature.
The exhibition Frida Kahlo: Her Photos gives us the opportunity to better understand the woman behind the artist: her origins, her roots, her friendships and romantic relationships, her constant fight with her fragile health, her political tendencies, and the strong role that photography played in her life and work.
The exhibition promises to reveal insights into Kahlo’s rich and deeply personal world, and tells a fascinating story of an artist, a place, and an era.For more details and Glenbow Museum Information: click here.