Alberta Culture Days 2021
It's Alberta Culture Days, and throughout September, we would like to celebrate it here and around Red Deer's backyard.
Red Deer has several beautiful and historic homes from the Allen Bungalow to the Parsons Residence. These homes come with a history
Quaint Places – Norwegian Laft Hus
Have you had to chance to check out the Norwegian laft Hus? If not, then now is the time.
Honouring Remembrance Day, November 11, 2021
This Thursday, November 11, we would like to give tribute to the men and women who served in times of war, military conflict, and peace.
Back to the Roots at Parkland Gardens with #ColleenOnTheScene
Two weeks ago, I had the good fortune to venture down to Parkland Gardens for their Back to the Roots Day alongside my aunt.
Art is Life in Red Deer
You will find art all over the city in many different forms. The Red Deer Arts Council supports and encourages literary, performing dance
Tourism Talk Tuesday with the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery
The Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (the MAG), showcases a variety of scheduled art and history-related exhibits.
Tourism Talk Tuesday with Destination HISTORY
“We are a multi-media storytelling company and our core business is storytelling,” says Mark Collings, President of Destination HISTORY.
Quaint Places - Cronquist House
Have you had a chance to visit the Cronquist House? If not, then make sure you take the time. It’s a beautiful Victorian-style farmhouse
Quaint Places in Red Deer’s Backyard
To come to Red Deer and the surrounding communities is to visit an area filled with history, interesting people, memorable experiences.
Celebrate Red Deer’s founding cultures at Fort Normandeau
Today you too can stop at the crossing to hear stories of the trailblazers have come before.
Tourism Talk Tuesdays with the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame
The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame is interactive and fun, exhibits are always changing with fresh history insight
Five intriguing answers from Red Deer’s history experts
If you want to know about Red Deer history – just ask an archivist.
The original Puffed Wheat Square: A 100-year-old Red Deer treat
Much like Nanaimo bars & butter tarts, puffed wheat squares are Canadian treasure, did you know that they are thought to be invented here?