Tags : OpenForSummer

Lethbridge summer camps set to go ahead this year

As we approach the last week of June, kids are finishing up the school year and will begin summer holidays shortly. Different organizations around Lethbridge are planning to offer summer camps this year to keep kids busy and engaged.   After 16 months of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, Albertans are looking forward to what […]Read More

Lethbridge College summer camps open for registration

Are you looking for a way to keep your kids busy this summer? Lethbridge College has announced registration is now open for summer camps. These camps include everything from carpentry and welding, to learning about the ecosystem or technologies, all the way to Kodiak sports camps.    Jason Donkersgoed, Director of Business Development at Lethbridge […]Read More

United Way Reopening Stream of Funding for charity organizations

With Stage 3 of Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan around the corner, the need for support for charity organizations hasn’t gone away. That’s why the United Way of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta has reopened a stream of funding for these organizations.    Roughly $80,000 is available to organizations in the region to support clients in […]Read More

Helen Schuler Nature Centre reopens with two new exhibits

With yesterday’s relaunch of the “Open for Summer Plan”, Stage 2 included the reopening of entertainment venues, including the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Along with the reopening, two new exhibits will be on display for the community to see. Curtis Goodman, Resource Development Coordinator at Helen Schuler, says they are excited to have people check […]Read More

Lethbridge businesses, organizations reopen to the public under Stage 2

Thursday marks the reopening of Stage 2 of Alberta’s “Reopen For Summer” three-part plan. With that, many of Alberta’s COVID-19 public health restrictions have been eased. Alberta’s “Open for Summer Plan” is moving ahead with more COVID-19 public health restrictions being lifted provincewide. Included in Stage 2 is the reopening of in-person dining, with up […]Read More

Concerns about Kenney’s “Open For Summer” plans.

Our legislative reporter, Tyler Dawson, says NDP leader Rachel Notley has some concerns about Premier Kenney’s Open For Summer rollout plans. As of Friday, places of worship can re-open to 15 per cent capacity. Hair salons and restaurant patios can re-open on Tuesday and depending on case counts and vaccination numbers all restrictions will be […]Read More

Lethbridge Bulls expect to be at full capacity by Canada

The Alberta government’s Open For Summer plan brings exciting news for local baseball fans. The Western Canadian Baseball league will go ahead with its first ever all-Canadian roster, and the Lethbridge Bulls have made an announcement that the adjusted season will begin this summer. The Bulls announced Thursday that the season will move forward on […]Read More