Fort McMurray brings you all the best activities and events for both kids and adults and they are just around the corner. Here are some of the latest happenings set to take place over the next two weeks.
On June 6, 2019, Color Me Mine will be holding a Kids Paint Nite, where attendees will paint “Prince Greyhound” at the Indoor Playground:
Kids Paint Nite
Doors will open at 4:30. All painters require a ticket. All children must be accompanied by an adult participant (1 adult per 3 children please). Children’s admission to the play facility itself are not included, but will be available at a discounted rate at the venue. The venue will be closed to the public, open only to guests of paint nite. We paint on the main floor, adjacent to the structure, so if you have children playing (not painting) you’ll be able to keep tabs on them without missing out on the event! Alcohol will be available for adults, as well as the full service cafe! – via mcmurrayallconnected.ca
2nd Annual McMurray Marksman Competition
Give us your best shot! Come out and show off your shooting skills at our 2nd Annual Marksman Competition!
Ages 12 and up.
25 yards with ironsights, 50 Yards with a scope or Ironsights and a ten target timed shoot. .22 Long Rifles Only!!
Give Axe and Knife Throwing shooting a try! – via eventbrite.ca
The event takes place at the Fort McMurray Fish and Game Association Shooting Range (approx.15KM south on 63) and will move to the Royal Canadian Legion McMurray Branch at 165, 9317 Huggard Street
With Alberta Culture Days taking place from September 27-29, a meeting on June 11 at the McMurray Experience will be planning the Wood Buffalo events:
Alberta Culture Days Meeting
Are you passionate about arts and culture? Want to discover new experiences? Take part in Alberta Culture Days!
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo invites you to be part of planning this year’s Alberta Culture Days!
Our region has participated in this annual, province-wide celebration of arts and culture since 2009. During this three-day event, arts and cultural groups and organizations host free, family-friendly activities that invite the public to come together to discover arts, culture and heritage in their community. – via mcmurrayallconnected.ca
The meeting, and participation in the event planning, is open to everyone. Registration will be available at the June 11 meeting or online.