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2019 Canada Winter Games

2019 Canada Winter Games announces first ever national torch relay!

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  • For the first time, non participating athletes will be able to take part in the Canada Winter Games without coming to the host city.  The MNP Canada Winter Games Torch Relay will provide an opportunity for hundreds of Canadians from coast to coast to coast to carry the torch that will light the Games Caldron in Red Deer next February.

    MNP together with 2019 Canada Games officials announced the relay at the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame this week.

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    Torch Relay Locations

    Click here if you’d like more information about the MNP Canada Games Torch Relay!

     


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    Nathan Danser Live on Little Gaetz (at lunch) , lantern parade, free hot chocolate. Tuesday events downtown.

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  • Thank you City of Red Deer for putting this list together!

    Just click on the title of the event for more information.

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering the Metis Nation

    From January 20 to March 10, 2019, the Red Deer Museum + art gallery (MAG) is presenting Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering the Metis Nation. The MAG has augmented the core exhibition, which is organized and circulated by Library and Archives Canada with artefacts and stories of the Metis in Central Alberta. Visitors are invited to imagine themselves as fur traders in our selfie, station, try dancing a Metis jig, and learn a few phrases of the Michif language.

    • Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, 4525 – 47A Avenue
    • 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

    Live on Little Gaetz: Nathan Danser

    The DBA proudly presents free live music performances on Little Gaetz (50) Avenue throughout the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Come out to enjoy the talented local musicians and bands that contribute to the amazing atmosphere found in Downtown Red Deer! These performances are free and open to the public.

    • Little Gaetz Avenue, 50 Ave & 49 St
    • 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

    Koselig Corner with the Norwegian Laft Hus

    The Laft Hus will be open during the Canada Winter Games!  We are going to serve as your cozy hideout in Rotary Recreation Park with Norwegian snacks, hot beverages, and a fireplace to get cozy in front of. We encourage you to bundle up and come out to learn a little bit about Norwegian winter sports with us. Try out one of our kicksleds, or some vintage cross country skis. For our little visitors we will have some crazy carpets, but you are welcome to bring your own sled to enjoy the park!

    • Norwegian Laft Hus, 4402-47 Ave, Heritage Square
    • 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM

    Woodworking

    Join Eco-Tree for a wood milling demonstration and workshops with Sawing for Schools.

    • Little Gaetz Avenue , 4815 50 Avenue
    • 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

    Chainsaw Carving

    Come watch Chainsaw Spirit turn wood into unique pieces of art! Each carving takes approximately 30 minutes and is outdoors. Proudly sponsored by ENMAX.

    • Little Gaetz , 4815 50 Avenue
    • 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM

    Family Lantern Parade and Workshop

    Join us for an evening of lantern making and a parade! The evening begins with a lesson in how to make your own paper lantern at the Hub on Ross from 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. before the main event of a lantern walk down Ross Street to City Hall Park. At City Hall Park, relax and bask in the glow of your lanterns as you enjoy live music, stilt walker performances, and free hot chocolate (keep it green and bring your own mug). Visit the White Gallery on Ross for some creative inspiration before and after the event, where giant sculptural lanterns created by artists from Red Deer’s own Lindsay Thurber High School, and St Joseph High Schools will be on display. The lantern artists will be joining us for the walk with their sculptures to light the way to the park. This is a free to attend event, with all supplies provided.

    • Hub on Ross, 4936 50 Street
    • 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM


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    Gord Bamford and The Reklaws perform at the Gary W. Harris Celebration Plaza on Friday, February 22

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    Australian-born and Alberta-raised, Gord Bamford stands as one of the most-decorated artists in Canadian country music.

    Gord Bamford has 24 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) awards, multi JUNO nominations and the only two-time winner out of Nashville’s Country Music Association (CMA)receiving the 2013 & 2015 CMA Global Country Artist award. His distinctive sound and songwriting ability define Gord Bamford as one of country music’s best neo-traditional artists.

    Here is a video of Gord Bamford’s latest single “Dive Bar”, from his current album Neon Smoke, hits #1 on the Nielsen BDS Country Airplay Chart.

    Raised in rural Ontario, The Reklaws are comprised of the brother-sister duo Jenna and Stuart Walker.

    The pair has spent long hours in Nashville crafting their songs and their efforts have paid off as they came back with an infectious sound, with an authentic mix of pop and country and a “soundtrack-to-your-summer” vibe.

    Here is a video of the Reklaws lead single  “Long Live The Night”, which has been the most streamed song in all of Canadian country music released in 2018.

    The “Dome” at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Celebration Plaza is a heated facility and concerts are free to the public. Get out and enjoy some world class concerts during the 2019 Canada Winter Games.


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