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Lilac Tea:  Held at the historic CN Station Museum, the Tea is an annual spring fundraiser for Tourism Radville.

A warm welcome is extended to guests to enjoy a cup of tea with a specially made dessert taken from grandmother’s cookbook.  The tea is served in antique cups for an old fashioned feel.  The reasonably priced fee includes a chance to win the themed door prize  To enjoy this afternoon, join Tourism Radville at the CN Station in the spring.

Date: TBA

kidzkamp3Kidz Kamp:  Children ages 5 to 12 will enjoy a fun-filled day with heritage themed games, activities, and crafts.  This unique day camp will familiarize participants with how children spent their leisure time before electronics. It includes a visit to Bertrand Park and a scavenger hunt. Children are asked to bring lunch, which they will enjoy picnic style in a group setting. Kidz Kamps are held in the months of July and August  Register at the Tourism Office, 110 Main Street or call 1-306-815-7332.  Registration fee of $10.00 per child, per day.

Dates: TBA


Meet at the Tourism Office.





Poetry in the Park:  Join us for an evening of poetry reading and refreshments in the beauty and serenity of Bertrand Park, located next to the Radville Community Centre on Healy Avenue.  Enjoy the company of others while listening to local poets, or recite poetry you love or have written.  The night is held annually in the summer.  Please register at the Tourism Office.  Drop-ins are encouraged.  Everyone is welcome.  Silver collection.

Dates:  TBA


parkMovie Night:  For one night only, watch a movie outside in the park!  Once the sky turns dark everyone can bring their family and friends, chairs, blankets, and snacks from Eva’s Popcorn Stand to Bertrand Park on Healy Avenue.  Watch a movie that the whole family will enjoy under the stars for only $5.00.  Watch for the advertised date each year!


Date: TBA





ropeMakingHarvest  Heritage Festival:  The annual Harvest Heritage Festival takes place at the CN Station on Main Street.  Events kick off with a parade at 11 a.m.  Followed by lunch and entertainment in the afternoon.  There will be kids games, tours of the museum, a walking tour, beer gardens and community supper at 5 p.m.  There will also be a SHOW N SHINE with many classic vehicles from Radville and surrounding communities.  Bring your family and friends, this a a day you will not want to miss!

Date: TBA