Red Deerians invited to explore their neighbourhoods

Red Deerians are invited to explore their neighbourhoods this summer with the recently released Adventures in Belonging Guide.

Red Deerians are invited to explore their neighbourhoods this summer with the recently released Adventures in Belonging Guide.

The City of Red Deer’s Great Neighbourhoods Program invites residents to journey through the Adventures in Belonging Guide, developed with the assistance of Arts à la Carte, to enhance a sense of belonging and connectedness to the community.

“Adventures in Belonging will help you explore your neighbourhood and become familiar with many of the great things Red Deer has to offer,” said Pauline Mousseau, neighbourhood community development co-ordinator.

“Whether new to the city or a long-time resident, everyone is encouraged to pursue the adventures found within the guide.”

People will find the latest adventures in arts, culture and heritage; sports and recreation; local services and information.

Once two activities have been completed under each of the four categories, individuals may enter into a draw for a prize pack by bringing their guide into select city facilities. Those facilities are mentioned in the guide.

Look for the Adventures in Belonging Guide at the city’s recreation facilities, City Hall and Red Deer Public Library.

View the guide online by visiting

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