3 Things You Need to Know About the Red Deer Rebels Right Now
We’re making a huge assumption here when we say we know you’re already a Rebels fan. However, with the team starting training camp next week, a refresher to gear the city up for hockey season isn't going to hurt, is it?
At Kinsmen, it is safe to say that activities and communities are values we hold dear, so we are excited to get back into another year of local hockey.
Here are three things you need to know about the Red Deer Rebels as they gear up for the 2017-18 WHL season:Read More
Where and When to Volunteer in Red Deer This Summer
Summer’s here, spirits are flying sky high and the sun’s up till ten. The kids are out of school and you’re thinking of new ways to deal with their extra energy. Kinsmen members don’t meet over the summer either, but there are plenty of opportunities with us to keep your eyes peeled for when September hits. In the meantime, there are still many volunteer opportunities out there that will definitely help your restless family burn some energy.
Check out a few of the awesome options below:
The Top Four Adventures to Get to Know the Great Red Deer Outdoors
Red Deer is a city filled with vibrant people, unforgettable scenery, and opportunities for endless adventures. Recently, we were even named as one of the most breathtaking places in North America by Expedia.
It only seems fitting to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors in our community to help celebrate Canada’s 150th this year. Here are a few ways that you can thoroughly explore all that Red Deer has to offer.
What's Going On | Easter Events to Look out For in Red Deer
Long weekends are often time to sit back, relax and put your feet up. Stores close, and family gathers. This Easter, you may be gathering with your family, but you likely are also itching to get out and enjoy what spring has to offer! We are here to help by outlining not what's open this weekend, but what the people of Red Deer are getting up to for Easter - and where you can join in!Read More
1st Annual Family Ice Fishing Derby
The Red Deer Kinsmen will be hosting our first annual family fishing derby on Gull Lake on February 19th. It's a FREE fishing weekend so fishing Licenses are NOT required for this event. We STRONGLY URGE you to pre-register at the Sportsmen Den or Eastview IGA in Red Deer to avoid long registration lines the morning of the derby. If you pre-register there is no need to check-in, you can just start fishing! This is a family friendly fun event. Lots of prizes! BBQ jumbo hot dogs and pop available for $4 if you don't feel like packing a lunch! Read More
A Message From Santa Kin
It all started when my grade 11 high school English teacher asked if I could be Santa for the Christmas dance. Without hesitation, the answer was yes. Deep down, I think I always wanted to be Santa. The joy he brings to families, and specifically children, has always warmed my heart.Read More
Community Spotlight: RED DEER MINOR FOOTBALL SOCIETY
Five Things to Check out at Westerner Days 2016
One thing we love about Red Deer, is how great our community comes together to celebrate and support one another. One of these celebrations is Westerner Days and with us gearing up for day two we wanted to showcase some of the highlights of this year. So, let’s all celebrate our inner westerner and check out these five things at the 125th anniversary of Westerner Days.
Habitat for Humanity Red Deer Region - Second Annual Formal Garden Party Fundraiser
As mentioned early this week, we are excited to announce our partnership with Habitat for Humanity Red Deer in our upcoming 50/50 draw. Founded in 1994, Habitat for Humanity Red Deer region Society has since built 29 homes and continues to grow this number annually. Because of their longstanding relationships within their international communities, Habitat for Humanity has been able to promote homeownership as means to breaking the cycle of poverty.
Community Spotlight: Saying Goodbye to Loaves and Fishes
At the Red Deer Kinsmen Club, one of our consistent goals is to showcase the amazing work of those in our own community. With a growing rate of assistance that is needed to help those affected by hunger, abuse, addiction and homelessness, it’s important that we have organizations that make these issues a priority. Loaves and Fishes was one of those organizations that stepped up and continued to change the lives of so many people over the years. From delivering nourishing food to those who need it most to providing safety from oppression and discrimination, Loaves and Fishes truly demonstrated what it meant to help others. After 20 years of service Loaves and Fishes Benevolent Society is closing its doors and we want to just say thank you for everything that they have done for the community.Read More