Canada Day Festival
Join us as we celebrate Canada's birthday at Strathcona County's largest festival. Free family activities, performances and fun for everyone. Most activities are free, some require tickets.
- Getting Here / Park 'n' Ride
- Pancake Breakfast and Stage Show
- Ticket / Wristband Information
- Frequently Asked Questions
|10 a.m.||Join over 10,000 smiling faces lining the parade route through the heart of Sherwood Park.|
Most activities are FREE but some require tickets or the Unlimited Activity Wristbands.
The wristbands can be purchased from June 1 to 30 for $5 at the following locations:
- Recreation Administration Office (2025 Oak Street)
- Kinsmen Leisure Centre (2001 Oak Street)
- Millennium Place (2000 Premier Way)
- Festival Place (100 Festival Way)
The wristbands ($5) give you unlimited access to ticket activities. There are a limited number available, get yours before they sell out!
On July 1, tickets can be purchased at ticket booths for $1 per activity.
Ticketed activity information to come!
Volunteers who sign up for a minimum 6 hour shift receive a complimentary fast pass wristband and receive front of the line access to ticketed activities before and after their shift. Thank you volunteers!
The ensure you and your family have a safe and fun experience, remember to visit the S.A.F.E. Tent by the spray park or any information booth to receive your lost child wristband. Should you be separated from your child during the festival, your child will be escorted directly to the tent. The S.A.F.E. Tent runs from 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. and is operated by Citizens on Patrol.
The Kinsmen Leisure Centre lifeguards are on duty from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. Should you or someone in your group require first aid please go to the nearest information booth or the Kinsmen Leisure Centre or contact any volunteer.
Please remember to bring your sunscreen, hat and drink plenty of water on a hot day!