Upcoming Event

East Coast Garden Party

The East Coast Garden Party is coming to Cold Lake on Aug. 11 and 12! For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.eastcoastgardenparty.com

Curtis Hargrove Speaking to Kids

Local motivation speaker and athlete Curtis Hargrove will be at the South Branch Library Friday, July 21 at 2pm to talk to kids and families about staying active, and about the fundraising he's did with his long distance runs.

Aqua Days 2017

Aqua Days is here, with cardboard boat races, vendors, family activities, face painting, bouncy castles, bbq, water inflatables, fireworks, and more!
For more information, contact the Energy Centre at 780-639-6400.

Davis Cup - PlayCity Tennis Festival

The Cold Lake tennis community is teaming up with Tennis Alberta and their partner, PlayCity to offer their first tennis festival in 2017!

The first festival will celebrate the Canada vs India Davis Cup playoff match taking place in Edmonton this September. The PlayCity Tennis Festival, in Cold Lake, will take place on July 8th between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm, on the newly resurfaced courts located at Ivan Krook Memorial Park on 6th St, just off 16 Ave, near the north arena.

This is intended to be a fun filled afternoon of tennis to introduce more players of all ages to recreational matchplay, something Tennis Alberta is committed to expanding across the province by working closely with communities to host themed PlayCity Tennis Festivals. The event will be coordinated by Tennis Alberta’s Coordinator of Player Development for Northern Alberta, David Rossolatos, a Tennis Canada certified tennis professional and seasoned grassroots tennis promoter.

The Tennis Festival will provide learning opportunities for both juniors and adults to quickly get everyone ready to play. The juniors will have a chance to try out their new skills in a Mini Davis Cup Team competition, while adults will have a sampler of the Tennis Xpress program that will run over 6 weeks on the new Cold Lake Tennis Courts. The festival will conclude with a fun, one point eliminator event, where everyone will have a chance to play a point for a chance to win a prize by one of our sponsors.

The one point eliminator will serve as an introduction as well to touchtennis, a new variation of tennis that is quickly gaining popularity across the globe. Touchtennis focuses on touch instead of power and promotes shorter matches and longer rallies by utilizing smaller courts, smaller rackets, and modified tennis balls that level the playing field between seasoned tennis players and beginners to the sport. Cold Lake Tennis aims to continue tennis indoors utilizing the touchtennis format which can be played on any surface.

Safire the Hula Hoop Acrobat

Come see Safire perform her hula hoop routine. Two shows: 11am at the South Branch Library and 2pm at the North Branch Library. Everyone is welcome to this free event!

4 Wing Pipes and Drums

Free concert in the Reading Garden at the Cold Lake Public Library South Branch. Everyone is welcome to hear the drums and bagpipes!

Author Shari Narine

Edmonton author and journalist Shari Narine will be at the Cold Lake Public Library South Branch to talk about writing and to read from her newest book, Oil Change at Rath's Garage. There is no cost for this event. June 27 at 6:30 p.m.

Rhinos 2017 Girls Summer Volleyball Camp

Register by Aug. 4 for the Rhinos 2017 Girls Summer Volleyball Camp!
For more information, contact Meggie Moir at 780-720-0795.

Midnight Library

The Cold Lake Public Library North Branch will be open from 10:00 a.m. to midnight to celebrate the first day of summer and the longest day of the year.

Kehewin Native Dancers

This event is happening at the Cold Lake Public Library South Branch in the Reading Garden. There is no cost and all ages can attend. Saturday, June 24 from 1pm to 2pm.

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