Community Events


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A Health and Wellness Activity Camp

Are you ready to be the best version of you? Kickstart your summer with an exciting camp full of new adventures and lasting friendships! Come and join your friends at Girls on the Go for a week long activity camp just for girls.  It will run from Monday, July 2 - Friday, July 6 at Holy Family School. This camp will be offered to girls who are currently in grades 3-6. Throughout the week girls will have the opportunity to experience a variety of activities such as swimming, volleyball, tennis, badminton, yoga, cheer, crafts and so much more! We will explore proper nutrition, key factors to leading a healthy lifestyle and overall health and wellness issues. Get your summer off to a great start with Girls On The Go!  


Information and registration forms are available on our website at  or contact us at or  

FREE Summer Arts Fun at The Hub on Ross  – July and August

All Ages and Abilities Welcome – Create and Find Your Power!

Writing a Play – Mondays, 1-3pm

Participants will learn the elements of bringing stories to life.  This weekly session will guide you through the creative process of creating plot, character development and dialogue.  Working in small and large groups, participants will gain confidence to be present in life while being supported to take risks through reading and writing. 

Please come with the intention to come every Monday from 1-3pm.  Space is limited, registration needed to confirm your “space” as it is limited to 15 participants.

Creating Musical Theatre – Tuesdays, 1-3pm

Everyone can be a star as we experience the thrill of stories being sung.  Broadway comes to Red Deer this summer!  The goal of this weekly session is for people to experience everything musical theatre offers.  Participants of all ages and abilities will learn while developing their skills in singing, acting and dancing! 

Please come with the intention to come every Tuesday from 1-3pm.  Space is limited, registration needed to confirm your “space” as it is limited to 20 participants. 

Writing Songs – Wednesdays, 1-3pm

Discover your ability to hum a tune and turn it into a song!  Participants will learn some music theory, stage presence, chord progression and simple lyric construction.  Join us and write the next pop or rock hit for the charts.  Musical experience/ability not needed.  Channel your inner musician to shine like the star that you are!

Please come with the intention to come every Wednesday from 1-3pm.  Space is limited, registration needed to confirm your “space” as it is limited to 15 participants. 

All Three Programs are led by Curtis Labelle

Instructor Curtis Labelle has been coaching and instructing individuals to be their greatest; through his ability to project courage, strength, love and above all balance and connection.  The energy that Curtis brings to every session leaves everyone high on life and thirsty for more. 

Phone to Register (and for more information) 403-340-4869

Hub is located at 4936 Ross Street


Sportball Spring Summer Programs now Open For further details, click here.


CABC Queens Basketball presents: Spring 3 on 3 Basketball League - Click here for more information.  


Red Deer College Summer Camps-The School of Continuing Education at Red Deer College is offering learning opportunities for youth ages 4-18, focusing on a variety of camps including  science, music, cooking, sports, game design, as well as visual and performing arts camps. Click here for a brochure of the summer camp.


Soccer: Please find attached our brochure and poster to put on your website and Newsletter. Soccer Camps You can also add this information about our camp in your Newsletter:The Royal City Soccer Club, a registered non-profit community organization, is proud to host their 26th annual popular grassroots summer soccer day camps...#1 in Canada.  The program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN!  Uniquely designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning and a leisure swim with other organized activities in the afternoons to all children aged 5 to 13, the program operates during all weeks in July and August.  Check out the website at for more information or call 1-800-427-0536.


Child Programming at the
Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG)

June 2018 Edition

Dear Sheila,

As we approach June, we also approach the end of our 2017-18 school year programming at the MAG. Our Day @ the Museum: Day Camps wrap up after June 15th, and Mini MAG, our drop-in art program for the little ones, will take a break in July and August. But, have no fear! Our #familyfriendly MAGnificent Saturdays art drop-in runs year round, and our week-long summer camps will surely keep the kids busy this July and August. 

Our most recent exhibition, The Writing on the Wall: Works of Dr. Joane Cardinal-Schubert, RCA, opened on May 5th. Joane (1942-2009) was an Indigenous artist local to Red Deer, and attended high school at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School. This exhibition reflects the cyclical nature of Joane's work, including pivotal pieces in painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, ceramic, and installation.The exhibition is on display until August 12, 2018: be sure to drop by for a visit and check it out!
For details about programs planned this June and into the summer, please click HERE or on the large dark purple button near the bottom of this email, for a print-friendly PDF of upcoming MAG programming that is in an appropriate format for school newsletters. Our communications regarding Child Programming at the MAG will resume in the fall. Thank you for your continued support, and have a fantastic summer!


A Day @ the Museum: Day Camps is our one-day day camp program, now in it's fourth year. These camps provide children with a fun way to spend the day during a teacher in-service day (PD day). Every camp consists of a theme based art or craft activity, several indoor and outdoor activities (weather permitting), and free time in the galleries to explore. Our camps are designed for children aged 6-12.
June 15, 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

The theme for June 2018 is
Buds, Bugs and Butterflies!
Explore nature's sprouting, flying and crawling creatures in spring time.
MAGnificent Saturdays is our innovative program, led by artists, that connects our exhibits with an art making activity. This #familyfriendly drop-in program runs every Saturday afternoon from 1-4 pm, year round. Participants of any age are welcome! We supply the materials, the studio, and the artist, you supply the imagination.
June 2:  A Collection of Minis
June 9: Watercolour Under the Bridge
June 16: Scrolled Story Telling
June 23: Multimedia Gardens
June 30: Colour Blocked Still Lifes

MAGnificent Saturday activities are included with an annual MAG Family or Grandparent membership; non-members are able to attend at a cost of $5/person or $10/family. 
Join MAG staff this July and August for another summer of art, games, activities and more! Limited spaces available. 

Did you know we produce a quarterly events calendar of all upcoming programs and events at the MAG? Our Summer 2018 calendar will soon be available! If you would like any physical copies for your school, let us know. We would be happy to drop some off!
Click HERE for a print-friendly version of the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG)'s upcoming Child Programs & Events.
For more information regarding programs offered by the 
Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG),
please email or call 403.309.8405.
Thank you for your support!