The world famous Shrine Circus is coming to Red Deer. Two shows will be held at the Westerner Centrium on May 11, the first at 4 p.m. and final show at 7:30 p.m. The show offers fun for the whole family with performances that include a lion dance, contortionists, acrobatics, clown comedy and more. Tickets are $20 each, children under two get in for free. Tickets available at Ticketmaster (service fee will be charged), Once Upon a Child or by calling 1-800-268-7371. The annual Shrine Circus is one of the largest fundraising events sponsored by the Shriners with part of the proceeds going towards the international fraternity’s many activities. For more information, visit www.shrine-circus.com
Submissions are now being accepted for the Rock’n Red Deer 2012 logo competition. The theme of the logo must be centred around the nostalgic era of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Emphasis should be given to rock ’n’ roll, old school hot rods, classic cruisers from the 1950s and 1960s, and muscle cars from the 1970s. The winning logo will be used on all printed materials — including flyers, posters, registration forms and tickets — promoting the car show. It will also be showcased on the website leading up to the event as well as for promotional materials such as T-shirts and hats. Deadline submissions is June 1. For more information, visit the Rock’n Red Deer website at www.rocknreddeer.com/index.html. To submit a logo for consideration, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find passion and future
It’s possible to find your passion and design your future with the help of one session. Red Deer College is hosting 2010 Career Expo and Regional Skills Canada Competition on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come out to the college’s Four Centres (west side near the elevator) and learn more about how to change your life. Industry representatives and RDC staff will be on hand. People can also watch the Skills Competition in auto service, carpentry, culinary arts and welding. Admission and parking is free.
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