Canada 150th Celebrations

Canada 150 was a huge success. Check out the following events where we celebrated our country's 150th birthday!

Pancake Breakfast
July 1, 9am-11am
Put on by the Abundant Life Church

Canada Day Celebration
July 1, 11am-4pm

Join us for a bigger and better Canada Day celebration in honour of Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Entertainment, kids parade, food, activities, booths and more! Keep watching for more details and a schedule of events.
Held at Schurter Park

Canada Day Celebration
July 1 – Hosted by Canyon Creek Recreation Association

Annual Parade and activities in Canyon Creek

Masquerade Ball by Art Council
July 1

Legacy Centre

Canada Day Fireworks
July 1st – 11pm at the Slave Lake Airport –Hosted by Town of Slave Lake

Join us for some fireworks to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday

Riverboat Days
July 7 & 8 – Hosted by Slave Lake District Chamber of Commerce

Sand Sculpture Competition
July 8 – Hosted by Slave Lake District Chamber of Commerce at Devonshire Beach

Floating Parade
August 26 – Tenative – Hosted by Town of Slave Lake, MD of Lesser Slave River and Woods and Waterways Trail Association

Grab your kayak, canoe or tube and join us for a floating parade down one of the Great Canadian Trails waterways, along the Mirror Landing Blueway Trail, starting at the Tollenar Bridge Campground floating east 11km towards Smith. Watch or for more info.

Mosaic Mural
October 2017

Come be part of creating a mural that will leave a lasting legacy on the community. 150 murals are being created across Canada to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday, community members will be invited out to paint a tile to be part of the mural.

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