Jonathan Kadima, with Buckeye BBQ, grills up some ribs at the first-ever Shelter Ribfest in Red Deer at Gary W. Harris Celebration Plaza in downtown Red Deer Saturday. Photo by SEAN MCINTOSH/Advocate staff

PHOTOS: Grilling meat at Shelter Ribfest in Red Deer

The first-ever Shelter Ribfest is on this weekend at Gary W. Harris Celebration Plaza in downtown Red Deer.

The event, which began Friday, continues Saturday and wraps up on Sunday at 7 p.m. Money is being raised for the Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter.

For more information, visit cawes.com/events.



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Leo, three, and his sister Lucy, five, eat french fries at the first-ever Shelter Ribfest in Red Deer at Gary W. Harris Celebration Plaza in downtown Red Deer Saturday. Photo by SEAN MCINTOSH/Advocate staff

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