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For the last 24 years, The Grande Prairie Ski Club (o/a: Nitehawk) has been bringing people together to laugh at its Annual Comedy Nite Fundraiser.
They are pleased to announce they will be moving forward with their 24th annual fundraiser on Saturday, September 26th - with a few modifications.
Join them for a unique DRIVE-IN “Live” Comedy Show experience hosted at the Grande Sunset Theatre in the TARA Centre Parking Lot A at Evergreen Park.
Featured are two headliner comedians - Dave Nystrom and Andrew Grose.
Food and snack boxes will be available for curbside pick-up upon arrival,
There is also an online raffle and silent and live auctions - all from the comfort of your own vehicle.
Comedy Nite is Nitehawk’s largest fundraiser with all proceeds going towards the “Landslide Recovery Fund”.
Gates open @ 6:30 p.m. and the entertainment starts at 8 p.m.
Tickets are just $30 per person. Click here to purchase tickets.
To make a donation to the silent or live auction please email Rhona King at
For ticket information please email Diane Eastwood at


Evergreen Park features the only permanent outdoor movie screen in the Peace Country and it is showing movies until the end of October.
Make it a complete evening out with a meal at the Evergreen Park Casino. The Casino is open 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. The Casino is located at Gordon Badger Stadium. Phone 780-532-3265 to reserve a table.
Grande Sunset Theatre is located in the TARA Centre Parking Lot A at Evergreen Park.
All movies start at dusk so that means as the season winds on the movies will start earlier each night. Some nights feature doubleheaders and triple headers.
To order tickets visit the Grande Sunset Theatre Facebook page here.
If there are no movies listed on a particular weekend that means the theatre has been booked for a private event.
Here is a list of the movies until the theatre closes October 31:
Friday, 14: Ghost
Saturday, 15: Red Dawn
Friday, 21: The Great Outdoors
Saturday, 22: Planes, Trains & Automobiles
Friday, 28: Basic Instinct
Saturday, 29: Fatal Attraction
Friday, 4: Wolf Of Wall Street
Saturday, 5: Titanic
Friday, 11 & Saturday, 12: Private Event
Friday, 18: Naked Gun & The Quiet Place
Saturday, 19: Airplane & Days Of Thunder
Thursday, 24: Varsity Blues
Friday, 25: The Lost Boys & Silver Bullet
Saturday, 26: Private Event
Thursday, 1: Indiana Raiders of the Lost Arc
Friday, 2: Platoon/Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom
Saturday, 3: True Grit/Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
Friday, 9: Flashdance/Footloose
Saturday, 10: Clear & Present Danger/Hunt For Red October
Thursday, 15: Dirty Dancing
Friday, 16: Mean Girls/Bridesmaids
Saturday, 17: Kung Fu Panda/School Of Rock
Thursday, 22: Back To The Future
Friday, 23: Shrek/Back To The Future II
Saturday, 24: Shrek II/Back To The Future III
Thursday, 29: Hotel Transylvania
Friday, 30: Friday The 13th/Friday The 13th Part 2/Friday The 13th Part 3
Saturday, 31: Halloween/Halloween Part 2/Halloween (2018)


The annual Hunt Mania Gun & Sportsman Show goes Oct. 16-18 in the TARA Centre at Evergreen Park.

Hours are 2-9 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. on Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Admission is $10 for adults and free to those 12 and under. Hunting and outdoor supplies will be on display - buy, sell or trade. There is a silent auction.

For more information phone 780-374-3864 or 780-747-2923 or visit their website at Social distancing will be in effect and please wear a mask or face covering.


If you're one of the brave ones, show up at Evergreen Park on Friday at 9 p.m.

That's when Blachford Field Of Nightmares kicks off its 2020 season of scaring. It is located to the left just before the main entrance into the Park after you cross the tracks heating east from Resources Road.

The scaring will continue through September and October.

It has been approved by Alberta Health Services so all precautions will be taken to keep you as safe as possible.

Cost is $20 per person.

Scare you later!

Here is the schedule:

September 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 30 – 9 p.m.; October 1, 2, 3 and 4 – 8 p.m.; October 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 – 7:30 p.m.; October 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 – 7 p.m.


The annual Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation Festival of Trees in the TARA Centre at Evergreen Park will have a different look this year.

This year’s show will run for eight days instead of three – November 21st to the 29th.

Guests who wish to attend the festival in person will have to buy their tickets for a designated day and time online. There will be no tickets at the door. A virtual tour is available online for those who can’t make it to the Tara Centre.

The Festival gala on Saturday, Nov. 21 will be an at-home event where you can host guests, enjoy a great meal, listen to entertainment and bid on auction items. Presented by Side Group of Companies, join them for a Virtual “Mask”arade Gala full of entertainment and surprises that will have you and your guests on the edge of their seats.  This event sells out every year! Buying your tickets this year grants you first access to ticket sales next year.

Presented by the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie, the Business Luncheon goes Wednesday, Nov. 25. This luncheon is a great way to get your office together for a motivational experience.  Unstoppable Tracy Schmitt shares her memorable story perseverance & a positive attitude as motivation for all of us overcoming our own obstacles.

Having traveled the world as a past aspiring Paralympian and Humanitarian, Tracy brings her award-winning perspective and life experiences into each of her talks. She is a decorated athlete in para-skiing, world cup sailing, deep sea diving and mountain climbing.

Purchase your corporate tickets from the Foundation website, get your team together, order some food and enjoy a motivational lunch you won’t soon forget.

Presented by Pomeroy Lodging, get in the holiday spirit the online Mistletoe Mixer! Get together in groups of 4, 8, 12 or more and join the Foundation for an evening of fun with comedian and emcee Jebb Fink and the dueling piano duo Brittany & Serge who are back by popular demand.  Our favorite chefs and mixologists will be Mixing Up their famous recipes and drinks and teaching the secret to their success.

Purchase your tickets from the Foundation website.  Sold in groups of four to facilitate gift bags that come with your purchase.

This year the Foundation will be replacing the Christmas Pajama Party with “Gaming for Good”. The Foundation has partnered with the Alberta Esports Association (AESA) to create a fun online gaming event – Gaming for Good!

Participants will have the opportunity to play the popular Nintendo Esports’ titles Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Mario Kart 8 DX and Super Smash Bros Melee all while supporting local healthcare and our Region’s hospitals.

Check the Foundation website for more information.

Presented by KMSC Law LLP, join the Foundation for a fun pancake breakfast in your own home on Sunday, November 29!  Butterfly the Clown will host the show and welcome special guests that will have your little ones captivated for a whole hour! 

Performances by Le Petit Cirque and a special Singing Santa will amaze your whole family!  Please don’t forget to drop-off a special teddy bear at a location to be announced to donate for children at the hospital (Please make sure all bears are new and have tags on them).

Visit the Foundation website for drop off location, tickets and more information.

Call Dawn Miller at 780-538-7583 to review your gala options, to purchase tickets or with any questions. The foundation encourages you to follow AHS social distancing protocols when hosting a group.

Visit the Foundation website at to order tickets or for more information.


A modified version of the Northern Spirit Light Show will be held at Evergreen Park in November and December.

Changes have been made to comply with Alberta Health Services regulations.

There will be no wagon rides, hot chocolate booths and no bonfires.

The public can view the displays from their vehicle as they drive through. Cost is $15 per vehicle no matter how many are in it.

The show opens November 19 and will turn Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday through to December 10 when it begins a daily run until New Year’s Eve, except for Christmas Day.