Springtime is upon us! The town of Strathmore is a vibrant, youthful community located East of Calgary with over 12,000 residents. The town is in the process of gearing up for a great season of family-friendly activities open for all levels of participation. The warm weather is the perfect time to enjoy your time outside, and enjoy Strathmore’s action-packed events on the horizon.
Equipment In The Park
Saturday, May 25th, 12pm-3pm: Kinsmen Park. Visit Kinsmen Park for a look at the town’s operational equipment and horticultural demonstrations. This should be a fun afternoon, featuring equipment tours, a balloon artist, a name the truck contest, and more! For more information about the event, visit Equipment in the Park’s Facebook Page.
Monday, June 10th, 4pm-8pm: Strathmore Civic Centre. Canadian Blood Services is looking for 150 blood donors to help make a difference in the lives of Canadian Patients. To join Canada’s lifeline you can book at blood.ca or call 1-888-2-DONATE
Let’s Get Rec’d 2019
Over three action-packed weekends the Town of Strathmore hosts a series of events for the month of June! There will be something to do for you and the little ones every weekend all over the community. For more information on any of the events listed for Lets Get Rec’d please visit their Facebook Page or register at strathmore.ca.
Kids 3 On 3 Ball Hockey Tournament
Saturday, June 1st, 10am-6pm: Kinsmen Park. A kids only 3 on 3 outdoor ball hockey tournament! Burn off some energy and enjoy the summer heat at the beautiful Kinsmen park.
Bocce Ball Tournament
Saturday, June 8th, 10am: Lambert Centre. Get the family together to play the classic game of Bocce Ball and win prizes!
Saturday, June 15th, 10am-2:30pm: Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre. A fun-filled day of sports for girls aged 13-17 at the Strathmore Motor Products Sports Centre. A great Strathmore event for young girls to socialize and celebrate the end of the school year!
National Indigenous Peoples Day
Friday, June 21st, 12pm-6:30pm: Kinsmen Park. Drop by the beautiful Kinsmen Park for a celebration of the heritage, culture, and achievements of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis. This will be a great day featuring tipi teaching, music, dancing, food, crafts, and stories.