The first Rubbix Revival Charity Concert is being held in the ENTREC Centre at Evergreen Park on Saturday, August 27.
Emerson Drive is the feature act with Erin Haley and Amber Haydey opening.
The event is a fund-raiser for the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation
There are VIP and general seating tickets available and the concert is open to the entire family.
For tickets go to: www.evergreenpark.ca
The annual South Peace Horse Club trials start at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3 and wrap up on Sunday, Sept. 4 at 5 p.m.
Entries are now open and close on August 26 for riders who want to participate.
Check the SPHC website at www.southpeacehorseclub.com for more information.
There is over $5,000 in prize money to be handed out and riibbons to 6th place.
Horses on Octane isRound #4 of Points Series Racing hosted by the GP Off Road Racing of Grande Prairie at Evergreen Park.
There will be two days of action-packed dirt drag racing and ultra-exciting slalom time attack racing.
Rain or shine there will be racing!
The event will include 200' dirt drags and high speed 4x4 slalom racing. There are six classes of 4x4 trucks from 4 & 6 cylinder stock all the way up to open modified.
This year side by side racing has been added. They will participate in the drags and the slalom course also. Racing starts at 11 a.m. with dirt drags and slalom starts early afternoon both days.
Gates will open at 10 a.m.
Spectator fees are per day: $10 for 11 Year olds to adult and free for those 10 and under.
The Grande Prairie Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life is being held at Evergreen Park from Friday, September 23 to 7 a.m. on Saturday, September 24.
Whether you are cheering on survivors, walking the track, passing the baton to your teammate or joining in exciting trackside activities, Relay For Life is more than just a cancer walk - it’s a journey.
"I'm a strong supporter of Relay For Life - I know firsthand what type of impact the money raised can have. The stem cell transplant I underwent as part of my treatment was the result of research funded by the Canadian Cancer Society." - Carrie Walk-Boyd, Hodgkin lymphoma survivor and Relay For Life participant
Any age or fitness level is welcome - it is up to you how far to push yourself. Whether you want to walk five km or 15 km, you will be supporting everyone in your life who has been affected by cancer.
Go the distance and join the thousands of Canadians making a difference for people with cancer and their families!
You can register by going to this website: http://convio.cancer.ca/site/TR?type=fr_informational&pg=informational&fr_id=20991&sid=7989