Pottery Inspired for the garden and Mothers day.
The Pioneer Museum Tea House serves delicious lunches and pies every Friday and Saturday from 11am to 3pm, during the summer months.
The day that you have been waiting for all year long! A fun day to explore shopping experiences in Rural Parkland County.
This year we have 12 stops for you to visit. Print out your Passport and join in the fun. Every stop will have a free item for participants 16yr and older.
Visit at least 9 of the 12 stops, get your passport stamped and then enter to win the Grand Prize.
The Grand Prize is made up of a gift item from each participating business valued at 30 to 50 dollars. ($360 – $600 value) Completed passports can be left at any location.
Draw will be made by June 1st.
We hope you will plan to join us!
Join us for a community tree planting at the Lion’s Park. Enjoy games, hotdogs and of course plant some trees.
Trivia, fun and prizes.
Farmers’ Days is the biggest event of the year! This three-day weekend event features a rodeo, midway with carnival games, and the Kids’ Korral. Other events on the weekend include a Pancake Breakfast, Rotary Parade, live entertainment, and beer gardens.
Enduring Connections, a 16 foot sculpture by blacksmith artist Paul Reimer will be unveiled at Heritage Park.
Vases in ever shape and size by Holly Rolls.
In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada findings the Multicultural Heritage Centre Public Art Gallery (MCPAG) is committed to engaging local, regional and national Indigenous, Metis and Inuit peoples in our annual programing.
Come to the library and learn how to switch out some of the everyday chemical laden products for natural alternatives. $10/session
This next mural in the Meridian Foundation’s mural series explores the present day in health care. Come for the unveiling as part of Senior’s Week.
Looking for those with a love of all things Fibre-related? Join us for International Knit in Public Day at our Knit in Public Fair. Visit, learn, shop, and work on your project! Great event for all ages!
Join us for the Opening Reception of the TRC 2019 Exhibition.
Listen to stories from around the world. Enjoy popcorn and juice. Connect with people in our community.
A unique market with antiques and collectibles, crafts, art and gently used items.
Mark your calendars to join your neighbours, friends, family and business community to enjoy a day in Columbus Park!
The Spruce Grove & District Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for our upcoming Tri-a-Taste Food Fair! On June 15, experience an exciting variety of bite-sized gourmet food, local wine and, craft beers all presented by some of the region’s most popular restaurants.
McLeod Avenue will be closed from King Street west to Main Street for our guest to walk and sample select foods, and music. Enjoy entertainment on Columbus Park Stage, from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm then families can dance the night away at our popular Family Street Dance. Children will be delighted to enjoy the bouncy castle and live princess interactions!
Everyone is welcome to the airfield for a Father’s Day fly.
Bring your blanket or lawn chair to this free concert series in Shikaoi Park, headlining acts begin at 7:00 p.m. As these concerts as often quite busy you are encouraged to come early to a good seat and hear the special guest acts beginning at 6:30 p.m. Please note Summer Sessions concerts are rain or shine events.
Learn about the life and times of Stony Plain on an old-fashioned horse and wagon ride.