|Year||Receiving Department||Proceeds||Year||Receiving Department||Proceeds|
|1994||Laboratory||$ 28,509||2006||Operating Room||$ 957,000|
|1995||Special Care Nursery||$ 41,025||2007||Point of Care Devices||$ 1,100,000|
|1996||Operating Room||$ 63,284||2008||Maternal Child Program||$ 735,000|
|1997||Intensive Care Unit||$ 108,358||2009||Colorectal Screening Clinic||$ 600,000|
|1998||Emergency Department||$ 167,735||2010||Cardioplumonary Care||$ 875,000|
|1999||Long Term Care||$ 225,178||2011||Minimally Invasive Surgery||$ 1,020,000|
|2000||Operating Room, Surgery, Outpatients||$ 280,024||2012||Laboratory Services: Histopathology||$ 1,225,000|
|2001||Family Birth Centre||$ 306,777||2013||Diagnostic Imaging, Urology, and OR||$ 1,280,000|
|2002||Outpatients Department||$ 385,924||2014||Obstetrical Operating Room||$ 1,075,000|
|2003||Intensive Care Unit||$ 401,338||2015||Medical Specialty Clinic (phase one)||$ 1,060,000|
|2004||Adult Mental Health||$ 503,361||2016||Medical Specialty Clinic (phase two)||$ 950,000|
|2005||Regional Rehabilitation Unit||$ 492,000||2017||Laboratory Automation||$ 1,200,000|
|24 Year Total||$ 15,080,513|
Here’s GENERAL EVENT INFORMATION
From signature events like Preview Dinner and Mistletoe Magic to our Volunteer & Senior Appreciations, Festival of Trees produces a calendar of events by and for our community. There is something for everyone with so much from which to choose!
The Festival of Trees is able to offer a wide variety of special events for our guests to come and socialize, have fun, and support healthcare for the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre. These ticketed events are available to our sponsors through our sponsor benefits packages, and to the general public starting September 17, 2018.
Preview Dinner – Wednesday, November 21, 2018 6pm – 11pm | Doors open at 5:30pm GO!
Appreciation Afternoon – Thursday, November 22, 2018 Seniors 60+: 12:30pm-3:00pm Festival Volunteers: 4pm – 6pm GO!
Festival Business Lunch – Thursday November 22, 2018 11:30am – 1:30pm GO!
Taste of Red Deer – Thursday, November 22, 2018 6pm – 9pm GO!
Festival of Wines – Friday, November 23, 2018 8pm – 11pm GO! Sold Out
Festival Fashion Brunch – Saturday, November 24, 2018 10:30am – 1:30pm GO!
Mistletoe Magic, Saturday, November 24, 2018 6pm – 11pm GO!
Breakfast with Santa – Sunday, November 25, 2018 9am – 12pm GO!
Westerner Park parking fee is $6.00/vehicle
2018 Event Tickets are on sale now at www.ticketsalberta.com
Debut Performance with RDSO
The support of donors and sponsors ensures the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra can create and inspire the next generation of musicians. In particular, we provide professional level performance opportunities for emerging artists, such as Harbour Lehocky, to facilitate their development as musicians.’
Harbour will be making her debut performance with the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra at the June 8th ‘Season Finale’ concert in recognition of being a 2018 winner of the Red Deer Festival of the Performing Arts.
Harbour started violin at the age of six, almost 9 years ago, and continues to ask her parents why they didn’t get her started with lessons earlier! She is the concertmaster for the Rosedale Valley Strings Orchestra, conducted by Naomi Delafield, and a member of the Burman University Symphony Orchestra with whom she toured Western Canada in 2018 and California earlier this year. Harbour attended the Orford Musique Academy in Quebec in the summer of 2018, funded by the Lacombe Endowment Grant and will attend several international camps and competitions as well as perform a solo piece with a youth orchestra in Austria this summer.
This busy young musician is also a provincial medals recipient in swimming, holds two provincial records in breaststroke, and is a 2016 Alberta Summer Games bronze medal recipient in triathlon.
Join the audience (tickets remain available) and help the RDSO welcome Harbour Lehocky to the stage!
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