The public is invited to launch the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery’s centennial exhibition Remarkable Red Deer at its grand opening on Sunday.
Attendees will be invited for a free tour the new exhibit, which tells stories from the city’s past 100 years.
The exhibit ribbon cutting will take place just after 2 p.m. at the museum which is located at 4525 47A Ave.
After the ceremony, patrons will be encouraged to move next door to the Golden Circle for festivities, including entertainment, cake and refreshments.
The Golden Circle Seniors Centre is located just north of the museum.
Entertainment will include aboriginal and Métis dancers, local musicians, and Canada’s sports poet Frank Pavlick. Authors will be reading and conducting arts and crafts for children.
Exhibit tours will be free until July 1.