Red Deer celebrates Alberta Culture Days 2019

Red Deer Arts Council and our partners are thrilled to have been selected as a Host Celebration Site for Alberta Culture Days 2019.

Alberta Culture Days runs September 27 to 29 and is the province’s largest celebration of our heritage, arts, community spirit and cultural diversity.

For three days, downtown Red Deer comes alive with a pop-up gallery, culture and dance showcase, art exhibits, music, kids’ craft activities, a literary tea party, an Indigenous Culture Peace Camp, local film screenings, plays, open houses, tours, and all manner of arts and culture events.

Red Deer Culture Days is part of the celebrations occurring throughout the province during Alberta Culture Days 2019. To learn more, visit www.AlbertaCultureDays.ca.

We thank the Government of Alberta, the City of Red Deer and the Downtown Red Deer Business Association, and the Black Knight Inn and all our partner organizations for their support in this endeavour.

Full descriptions of all the events around the city can be found on the Red Deer Arts Council’s website: www.reddeerartscouncil.ca. Enjoy no cost events with the entire family!

To learn more, visit https://www.culturedays.ca

The events will be co-hosted by many community partners including: City of Red Deer Culture Services, Red Deer College Arts Centre & Red Deer College, Red Deer’s Public and Catholic Schools, Red Deer Public Library, Central Alberta Retired Teachers Association (CARTA), Red Deer Visual Artists, Red Deer Cultural Heritage Society, Central Alberta Women’s Immigrant Association (CAIWA), Central Alberta Refugee Effort (CARE), Norwegian Laft Hus Society, The Hub on Ross, Country Pride Dance Club, Central Alberta Theatre, Prime Stock Theatre, Red Deer Downtown Business Association, Red Deer Symphony Orchestra, Artribute Art School, Downtown Businesses (Meeting Waters, Chronicles Caf, Sunworks Living,) ReThink Red Deer, Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, Volunteer Central, and Urban Aboriginal Voices Society.