News Archive for 2007

Biggest Christmas Tree Festival

Experience a Downtown Christmas Tradition Red Deer’s annual Biggest Christmas Tree Festival takes place in City Hall Park beginning at 6pm on Wednesday, November 21st. The annual downtown event marks the beginning of the Christmas season with the traditional lighting of City Hall Park and Red Deer’s biggest Christmas Tree. Read more

Downtown Businesses to host Earthdance

Red Deer’s third annual Earthdance will be held on Saturday, September 15. The annual celebration coincides with events world-wide that raise awareness of global issues such as peace, diversity and the environment. This year’s theme is "water’. Read more

Anti-graffiti Poster Contest Winners

The Downtown Business Association and the Graffiti Program Coordinator, Natalie Turner along with the Red Deer Public Library is pleased to announce the winners of the anti-graffiti poster competition. Announcements will take place Thursday August 23, 2007 at St. Patrick’s Community School at 2:45pm in front of the library entrance. Read more

My City Mural

The Downtown Business Association, CiRS (Community Information and Referral Services) and the Downtown Business Association’s Graffiti Control Program have partnered with local artist Justina Smith to create the “My City” mural located on the North end of the CiRS building at 4730 Ross Street. Read more

Scenes on a Box Pilot Project

The Downtown Business Association, Main Street Program and The City of Red Deer have partnered in a new initiative that will see utility boxes in the downtown "transformed" into works of art. Read more

Sidewalk Patios to Open Soon

Sidewalk patios will open at three different downtown locations thanks to a partnership between the Downtown Business Association (DBA) and The City of Red Deer. Read more

Downtown Business Association Tackling Graffiti

The Downtown Business Association is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Natalie Turner as the Graffiti Program Coordinator. Having been the Coordinator for the summer of 2006, Natalie is familiar with the program and she brings with her years of experience working with the public and youth throughout Central Alberta. Read more

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