COMMUNITY SPIRIT - Blackfalds Days coming this weekend. Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express

Blackfalds Days celebrates ‘Small Town, Big Dreams’ June 14 – 16

Activities include Youth Night Out, Councillors Pancake Breakfast, Parade and Blackfalds Got Talent

The Town of Blackfalds is rolling out the welcome mat and inviting everyone to join us for Blackfalds Days 2019 as we celebrate Small Town, Big Dreams on June 14 – 16, 2019. This year’s theme celebrates how dreaming big can make wishes come true.

“The entire Town is gearing up for three full days of celebrations and activities for the whole family,” says Mayor Richard Poole. “We encourage you to join us as there is something for everyone and Council’s Big Dream is for everyone to be involved and have a great time. See you there.”

Weekend activities include Youth Night Out, Councillors Pancake Breakfast, Blackfalds Parade and Blackfalds Got Talent. Saturday night features the always popular Fireworks show at dusk. Sunday includes the Church Service and Block Party in the Park.

For a full list of events and activities happening throughout Blackfalds Days, check out blackfalds.com/events.

We look forward to seeing you next weekend for Blackfalds Days as we celebrate Small Town, Big Dreams.

Don’t forget to use the event’s official hashtag: #BlackfaldsDays to share your moments.

-Submitted by the Town of Blackfalds

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