Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean the events and activities have gone the way of the warm weather and disappeared. Fall in Red Deer means there is a ton of great end-of-the-year activities that lead into the Christmas season. The Canadian Finals Rodeo has come to Red Deer, don’t miss its inaugural event in the city. See all the latest farm equipment at the Agri-Trade Equipment Expo. The Festival of Trees will get you right into the Christmas spirit to round out the fall. Read on from us at Go Auto Outlet and see what’s all to do in Red Deer this season!
Canadian Finals Rodeo
Come to Red Deer for the first Canadian Finals Rodeo held in Red Deer. Previously held in Edmonton, Red Deer is ready to stake their claim as one of the top destinations for rodeo in Canada. This event will take place from October 30th to November 4th and will be home to the best rodeo athletes across the country, competing for top prizes. From bareback riding to bull riding to steer wrestling and so much more, you’ll get your fill and then some at this terrific event. Tickets are already available for this family friendly event, so get yours now and cement your place as this rodeo descends on Red Deer for the very first time!
Agri-Trade Equipment Expo
Get prepared for the next farming season with all the Agri-Trade Equipment Expo has to offer. Because this expo is right after the harvest, it’s the perfect time to plan for next year already, it’s never too early to get a jump on all the latest. Last year, over 475 manufacturers came to the expo, that’s a large variety of machines and equipment that you can get a taste for. Many agree that it’s one of the best agricultural equipment buying shows across Canada. From November 7 to 9, come to the Westerner Park and see top-of-the-line farming products that showcase the latest in the industry.
Festival of Trees
Fall doesn’t last too long around Red Deer and Alberta, so you may as well get prepared for the Winter and Christmas months in November at the Festival of Trees. This kickoff to the Christmas season provides a wide selection of beautiful trees, family entertainment and gift shop perusing to get all those gifts for Christmas Day. Take a drive down Candy Cane Lane (opening Friday, November 23rd) and get in the Christmas spirit with all the beauty that Red Deer and the Christmas festivities create. Tickets are already on sale, so get yours and help contribute to the already $15,080,513 the festival has raised since its inception!