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The Viewpoint Gallery, located in the Culture Services Centre, gives a collective of local, established, and professional artists the opportunity to utilize a regular exhibition space.
The Market at Red Deer is pleased to announce it’s 50th anniversary and that they will be opening every Saturday starting May 16th till October 12th. Due to the Covid 19 situation the Market will be regulating the the number of customers that enter, assisting vendors in the safe selling of their products, and trying to keep our citizens safe through AHS Covid 19 safety guidelines. The Market will open for customers at 8:00am sharp with one entrance and one exit and will go till 12:30pm. Li
Cronquist House is the perfect place for meetings, retreats, parties, weddings, & teas! Built in 1911 by Emmanuel Cronquist, this 8-bedroom house has an inviting wrap around porch. Its Queen Anne tower is a familiar icon in and around the Red Deer area. Surprisingly enough, it is not a brick-built house. It is made completely of wood, with a decorative brick facing that runs all the way around the house on the first two floors. Rental rate can include catering. See website for menu options.
The Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery is hosting an evening of relief printmaking on local manhole covers with local artist Marnie Blair. Bring your own cotton t-shirt or cotton bag to print on. Other suitable cotton items you could bring to print on include: aprons, patches, jackets – whatever you can think of (as long as it’s cotton!) Due to the nature of this program, attendees will be able to safely practice social distancing. Workshop runs 6:30-8:30 pm on Wednesday, July 22, 202