City releases map to help with traffic disruptions

  • Nov. 14, 2016 5:43 p.m.

The City has posted a map to help guide motorists during special events over the next while, including this week’s Red Deer Lights the Night event on Nov. 19th.

The link is http://www.reddeer.ca/city-services/roads/road-closures-and-traffic-disruptions/

Celebrate the holidays and take in a display of twinkling lights at Red Deer Lights the Night, presented by Stantec.

Enjoy a winter market and warming tent, games and crafts for the kids and of course, a visit from Santa. Cozy up with a cup of hot chocolate and some popcorn as officials light up City Hall Park and the Christmas Holiday Tree.

Things get underway at City Hall Park, Ross Street and the Red Deer Public Library at 4 p.m. The lighting of City Hall Park is at 5:15 p.m. followed at 6:15 p.m. with the lighting of Red Deer’s biggest Christmas tree.

This is free event for the family, and is being hosted by the Downtown Business Association, Red Deer Public Library and the City of Red Deer.

Volunteers that would like to get involved can call 403-309-4091.

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