Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Events

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  • CANCELLED - Music in the Forest - Sweet SantaFe

    Wednesday, April 22, 2020

    Amid the recent COVID-19 pandemic, proactive measures have been implemented and all public programming/bookings are cancelled at our facility until further notice. 

    'Music in the Forest' performing artists series into 2020, Sweet SantaFe will be performing in the Community Facility on Long Island in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park. 

    Doors 6:30PM, Music Starts 7:30PM, Ends 9:30PM

    Sweet SantaFe's mix of Cuban and Canadian rhythms and their beautifully intricate harmonic blends are exciting and transport audiences. 

    Check out their website.

    Amid recent COVID-19 concerns, we would like to remind attendees if they feel unwell and are experiencing flu-like symptoms to remain at home indoors, as well as call HealthLink at 811. We will ensure our hand-washing stations are working and add additional sanitation options as well to public areas. Together, we can play an important role in helping to reduce the spread of germs and increase the safety of our community.

    'Music in the Forest' is happening in collaboration between Alberta Parks & SideDoor.

    Where: Sir Winston Churchill PP Community Facility
    Registration:

    Ticket sales are only done electronically. If there are any tickets left they will be available at the door.

    Children 12 years and younger can attend for free, with an adult. 


    Fee: $15/person
    More Info:

    Northeast Visitor Services Office: 780-623-5445


  • CANCELLED: Music in the Forest - Andrew Judah

    Thursday, May 21, 2020

    Amid the recent COVID-19 pandemic, proactive measures have been implemented and all public programming/bookings are cancelled at our facility until further notice. 

    'Music in the Forest' performing artists series into 2020, Andrew Judah will be performing in the Community Facility on Long Island in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park. 

    Doors 6:30PM, Music Starts 7:30PM, Ends 9:30PM

    Andrew Judah is obsessed with two things: painting with sound, and the search for meaning. A restless creator, known for his combination of memorable pop melodies and complex musical arrangements.

    Check out their website.

    Amid recent COVID-19 concerns, we would like to remind attendees if they feel unwell and are experiencing flu-like symptoms to remain at home indoors, as well as call HealthLink at 811. We will ensure our hand-washing stations are working and add additional sanitation options as well to public areas. Together, we can play an important role in helping to reduce the spread of germs and increase the safety of our community.

    'Music in the Forest' is happening in collaboration between Alberta Parks & SideDoor.

    Where: Sir Winston Churchill PP Community Facility
    Registration:

    Ticket sales are only done electronically. If there are any tickets left they will be available at the door.

    Children 12 years and younger can attend for free, with an adult. 


    Fee: $15/person
    More Info:

    Northeast Visitor Services Office: 780-623-5445


  • Road to Hope, Run for Hope

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

    Join us at the annual Road to Hope, Run for Hope on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park's Day Use Area. This is a great opportunity to tour the park during a fun run or walk.

    • On-site Registration 9:00 am
    • Warm Up 9:45 am
    • Run Begins 10:00 am

     This year's event also includes a bottle drive, so feel free to bring your recyclable bottles & cans to the event to donate towards the Road to Hope.  

    Where: Day Use Beach
    Registration:

    Participation fee (minimum pledge) $20.00, children 10 & under free. Snacks & water provided.

    Pledge forms available online at roadtohope.ca under Events. 


    Fee: Fees vary