4525-47a Avenue, Red Deer, AB T4N 6Z6
We invite all 'old timers' and 'newcomers' to join us at our Welcome to Red Deer Party. We will have liège waffles by Wannawafel, activities, games, live music by Trent Agecoutay and Kaylee Rose. MAG summer student Jeana will be balloon twisting for our event! She loves twisting and the various challenges it brings. Jeana hopes to twist a smile onto people’s faces on Heritage Day!This event is for all ages and free to attend; donations are welcome.
*UPDATE TO EVENT Please note that the originally scheduled unveiling our Canada 150 murals created by photographer Tim Van Horn have been postponed. We will have special unveiling ceremony at a later date. Remarks originally scheduled for 2pm have also been cancelled.
*UPDATE TO EVENT (2) – the originally scheduled unveiling of our Canada 150 murals created by photographer Tim Van Horn, and the remarks scheduled for 2:00 pm, are back on! It was projected that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the murals would not be installed in time for our ‘Celebrating Canada 150: Welcome to Red Deer!’ party on August 7th. Thankfully, Lacombe Signmasters was able to push ahead and get the murals installed! Be sure to check them out, and see if you can find your photo! The murals are located on the south side of the MAG.
Nous vous invitons tous à nous joindre à notre fête. Bienvenue à Red Deer. Nous aurons des gaufres Liégeoises gracieuseté de Wannawafel, des activités, et de jeux pour petits et grands, de la musique de Trent Agecoutay et Kaylee Rose. Cet événement est pour les gens de tout âge et gratuit; dons sont appréciés.
This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada. / Ce projet a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.
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Kaylee Rose is a young female artist that combines contemporary folk/pop with jazz and soul. She loves making music, and sharing her passion with others.
Trent Agecoutay is a musician’s musician who literally sings for his supper. His toe-tapping, country-roots style is easy on the ears. Matched with his easy going nature and comedic timing that has kept audiences entertained for over 20 years. Trent is quitethe emerging comic and master of ceremonies, with a natural way of making folks feel invited to let go and have some fun. Whether on bass, guitars, drums or taking the lead, he’s as solid as they come.
Trent started his career performing with his father’s band ‘Duster,’ recording 2 albums which received nominations at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Native American Music Awards & Central Alberta Turtle Award for contribution to the artist community for both Duster and himself. Trent’s first solo album, ‘I Don’t Regret a Thing (2014),’ received the Best Country Recording Award at the 2015 Indian Summer Music Awards.