Don't let cooler weather this weekend stop you from heading outside; this is Canada after all!
As we look ahead to the spring, we may wondering what now. We’re still in the middle of a pandemic, the days feel long, the nights are dark, and our activities are restricted in so many ways.
Luckily, there are many options on weekdays and weekends for people of all ages and on all budgets to pursue their interests, stay connected and break the monotony of winter.
Spend time with the family and have a relaxing weekend.
See ya 2020, hello 2021.
The Social Action team interviewed Cheyenne, a recipient for the COVID-19 Community Connection Microgrant. Cheyenne and her daughter assembled and dropped off over 20 jars of jams in her neighbourhood to spark a “sweet” connection.
National Child Day is about celebrating children as active participants in their own lives, as active citizens who can and should meaningfully contribute to decision-making in their community. To celebrate, Strathcona County Child and Youth Coalition held a creative mask design competition as an opportunity for children and youth to express themselves through art, poetry, and creative writing.
This is a cool weekend to spend in Strathcona County, and we aren't talking about the weather.
Alberta winters can be long, cold and snowy. Strathcona County has many new and adapted programs for both indoor and outdoor play that can keep you active and chase away those winter blues.
It's more important than ever to support local businesses.
It's hard to believe we're already in December