We are continuing to monitor the Air Quality Health Index Canada to determine our course of action for Saturday. It is recommended that you cancel all outdoor activities when the index hits seven and not resume again to it hits six. It was looking really good up until two hours ago but they have now updated the forecast for tomorrow so it is touch and go. It is currently 10+ with an updated forecast of 6 for tomorrow. We will continue to monitor throughout the…

We love it when a plan comes together!! We are very excited to announce a new collaboration for the 2019 Airdrie Children’s Festival. To help us meet our volunteer requirements…which is big…Volunteer Airdrie will be helping us manage this area of the festival! It might surprise you, but we had a team of almost 80 volunteers onsite festival day last year and we expect we will top that this year. Thank you Volunteer Airdrie for helping us make this year’s festival an enormous success! Maybe…

We are sooooooo excited to announce the performers coming to Airdrie in June for the festival!! Performing on the Shilo Storey with Re/max First – Airdrie, Calgary & Area Real Estate Entertainment Stage will be: Bobs & LoLo Smilin’ Rylan Peter Puffin’s Whale Tales Calgary Children’s Choir James Jordan Magician, Comedian, Vaudevillian Schedule: https://airdriechildrensfest.com/events/calendar/ More details to come: www.airdriechildrensfest.com

Comedy at the Bert – with Canadian Comic Headliner Tim Nutt Friday, March 1, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 pm) Bert Church LIVE Theatre Buy Tickets The Airdrie Children’s Festival Society (ACF) is excited to announce the first ever Comedy at the Bert fundraising evening. In partnership with the Airdrie Lion’s Club, ACF is can’t wait to share this evening with Airdrie. ‘One of our main principles of the Children’s Festival is inclusion. To achieve this we need to keep our festival…

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New local non-profit organization to cater to children Airdrie, Alta., January 16, 2018–Airdrie Children’s Festival Society (ACFS), a new local organization, is planning an event to enrich the lives of children and celebrate cultural differences. The Society, which is made up of a group of local residents, will host its inaugural event on May 26 at Nose Creek Park. “We want to create a destination event that welcomes attendees from Airdrie and the surrounding area,” said Pete Lewis, chair of the ACFS. “Our goal is…