Father’s Day is this coming Sunday and in honor of appreciating all that our fathers do, let’s make this one the best yet. From early morning hockey games to being your on-call handy man, our fathers are always there and deserve to be recognized for that. To make sure this weekend is spent creating special memories shared amongst your whole family, we have come up with five Red Deer activities to do this weekend with your dad.
What: Rotary Picnic Park
Rotary Picnic Park has something for everyone, making it one of the most popular parks in Red Deer. Thanks to the park’s many amenities: numerous picnic tables, fire pits, park shelter, Piper “Mountain”, Waskasoo trails, playground and washroom facilities, Rotary Picnic Park is the perfect place to have a picnic and spend the day outdoors.
Where: 43 Street and 48 Avenue
What: Heritage Lanes Joke Battle Night 2
Share a laugh with dad this Sunday. This event includes multiple comics going head-to-head. Each comic will do a three-minute set on a topic that they had one to two weeks to prepare for.
Where: Heritage Lanes – 6200 67A Street
When: Sunday, June 19, 2016. 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm
What: Innisfail Pro Rodeo
Catch the last day of Innisfails’ 56th Professional Rodeo. This event will showcase the skills and talents of Rodeo’s toughest competitors.
Where: Daines Ranch in Innisfail, Alberta.
When: Professional Rodeo performance on Sunday, June 19th, 2016 @ 1:30 pm.
What: Annual Dawe Community Bike Fair and repair Café
“You and your entire family are invited to come celebrate all things fun about riding bicycles in our community. Let experts show you how to repair your bike and fit your helmet. Take part in three guided bike rides. Enjoy a free BBQ and enter to win an amazing prize. Cosponsored by Red Deer Public Library, City of Red Deer, Red Deer Association for Bicycle Commuting, Safe Communities Coalition of Central Alberta, and Safety City.” – Red Deer Community
Where: G.H. Dawe Library – 56 Holt Street
When: Saturday, June 18th, 2016. 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm
What: Blindman River Fishing
“Fishing at Blindman River is notoriously rewarding for anglers of any skill level. Experienced fishermen can cast into deep pools or at the mouth of Red Deer River, while novices can try their luck in the shallow, slow moving currents of Blindman River.” – Best Western Alberta
Where: Blindman River
Wishing you all a fun-filled and happy Father’s Day!