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Click here to register for our 2017 Canada Day Parade.
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What decades will your parade entry represent?

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Click here to learn about our Canadian Images Art Show at the Olds Evergreen Centre, July 1 and 2, 2017.

Great family fun birthday celebrations at Centennial Park in Olds.

Thanks to all the volunteers who are working together to put on great birthday celebrations!

Canada Day in Olds Alberta

Canada Day in Olds promises to be bigger and better than ever this year as we celebrate our country's 150th birthday. Everything started early in the year with our "Eye of the Lens" project. Details on all our planned activities will be posted on this page. Please check back often.

What's Happening on July 1st?
There's activities at the Evergreen Centre, at Centennial Park, the Cow Palace, a Street Parade downtown, and Fireworks south of the High School (5601 45 Ave). Check it out here:

Schedule for activities in Olds on Canada Day, July 1 2017.

Eye of the Lens
An invitation is extended to all residents of Olds community and surrounding area to participate in the "Eye of the Lens" by attending one of the Pop Up 150 Photo Booths that will take place around Olds till October.

Tell us what Canada means to you!

Entry in the Olds Eye of the Lens program.
We are very thankful we were born and raised in a peaceful country "Canada". We are very happy for the Religious freedom we have here in Canada. We are thankful for Canada.
Entry in the Olds Eye of the Lens program.
I came to Canada in 1973 and have lived here ever since. Canada means a lot to me. It means freedom and stability. It means I'm accepted for who I am as an individual regardless of where I came from and what my religion is. I am very proud to call myself a Canadian and I am happy to be living in the greatest country in the world. I have been blessed to have been able to share my culture with everyone I've met for the last 44 years and I will continue to do so with pleasure.

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