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Slideshow: Ross Street Patio Performance

Slideshow: Ross Street Patio Performance

Patio
Red Deer Advocate’s week in photos: June 12 to 18

Red Deer Advocate’s week in photos: June 12 to 18

Highlights from the Red Deer Advocate .
Video: Blackfalds Days Fun

Video: Blackfalds Days Fun

Watch:Blackfalds Days
Hay’s Daze: Every day is Father’s Day

Hay’s Daze: Every day is Father’s Day

Some people think Father’s Day is just a phony holiday created by greeting card companies to rake in dough by making sons and daughters feel guilty about not buying over-prices greeting cards with precious sayings like: “You’re My Father – Get Over It!” or “Happy Father’s Day – Can I borrow $50.00?”
Slideshow: Gateway Christian School Father’s Day Celebration

Slideshow: Gateway Christian School Father’s Day Celebration

Father’s Day Celebration
Photo gallery: Reading College kicks off with barbecue and fun

Photo gallery: Reading College kicks off with barbecue and fun

Reading College has expanded to include students from 10 elementary schools with Red Deer Public Schools.
2016 Red Deer Experience Winners

2016 Red Deer Experience Winners

On June 8th, the Tourism Industry celebrated the finalists and winner of this year’s Red Deer Experience Awards at an outdoor reception and luncheon at the Westerner Parks’s Harvest Gardens.
Red Deer Advocate’s week in pictures

Red Deer Advocate’s week in pictures

Highlights from the Red Deer Advocate .
Street Tales: Change for improvement

Street Tales: Change for improvement

I make a mean pot of porridge, even if I say so myself. Although I have made it at the kitchen often, my way of making it developed at home. Using steel cut oats in a pot of water, I add a couple of scoops of brown sugar, enough cinnamon to make your hair stand on edge and let it boil until most of the water is gone. Then, removing it from heat I add raisins (my friend calls them humiliated grapes), and dried cherries.
Hay’s Daze: A hitch in your git-along

Hay’s Daze: A hitch in your git-along

Have you ever had what my grandma used to call a “hitch in your get-along”? I know I have.