July was one hot and steamy month — and it’s not over yet.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Bill McMurtry said typically the daily mean temperature for July was 15.9C over the last 30 years in Red Deer. So far this month, the average temperature 17.1C, 1.2 degrees warmer. READ
Brazilian exchange student and Kerry Wood Nature Centre volunteer Julia Katzer tries her hand or in this case her feet at snowshoeing at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre this week. On Sunday Feb. 3 a Random Snowshoeing event will be held at the nature centre where participants who want to try out some snowshoes will get the chance. Between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m this Sunday the Kerry Wood Nature Centre will provide the shoes for those who want to experience a winter activity. Admission by suggested donation of $3 per person or $10 per family. READ
Special Events • ACFA needs people to help run games or activities and also people to help set up on March 3 to 5 for Red Deer Carnaval. Contact Josee at 403-986-4350 or firstname.lastname@example.org. • Alzheimer Society is seeking bingo volunteers at Cannery Row Bingo Hall for evening shifts on Thursday, Jan. 20, and afternoon shifts on Saturday, Feb.12. Contact Terisa 403-318-6418 or email@example.com. READ
Using an umbrella to shield her face from the wind and cold rain, Sherrie Wood walks her sister’s dog Vagus along 40th Avenue on Saturday. The 30 km/h wind gusts later died down. But on Sunday afternoon, Central Albertans were pelted with sleet during a spring storm that brought more gusty winds. READ