Paddle the Peace is an annual event held the third weekend in August in Peace River, Alberta.
Join us for tea on the NAR Train Station platform and enjoy a selection of sweet treats from local baker 'The Goody Girl'. Dates: July 9 & 23, August 6 & 2 - all teas start at 2pm $12.00 +gst per ticket, please purchase your tea tickets ahead of time at the Peace River Museum as space is limited. NAR Train Station: 9309-100 St, Peace River
Clubs: Here's your chance to gather registrations for your programs and share information about your services! Parents: Don't miss your chance to sign up with your favourite clubs, sports and programs! Newcomers: Stop by for a visit and learn more about your new community! To book a table for your non-profit organization please register online at peaceriver.ca/registration before September 7, 2022. Cost - $20.00 (includes GST) per table. One table per organization only. Space is limited. For more information: 780-624-3204 or [email protected]
Digging in the Dirt Film Screening and Discussion A documentary about the psychological cost of working in Alberta's oil sands. To commemorate World Suicide Prevention day the Community Helpers Program will be hosting a film screening with a panelist discussion to follow. The event is free, but registration is required. Register at: Community Helpers | Peace River School Division (prsd.ab.ca) or email [email protected].
Culture Days is a multi-media event with arts and crafts activities for children and adults (mask making, clay bowls, monoprinting, street art, Peace flags and a dove mural), performances by local artists Croakin' Four, Northern Aces, 8 Squared, Muzyka Dancers and more! The Peace River Farmer's Market and food vendors will also be participating. Those who are interested in showcasing your art, volunteering, or sponsoring, please contact [email protected]