Stettler to celebrate rich prairie culture throughout September during Alberta Culture Days

Stettler has been selected as a “Feature Celebration Site” for Alberta Culture Days

Stettler has been selected as a “Feature Celebration Site” for Alberta Culture Days 2020 by the Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women.

As part of Alberta Culture Days 2020, Stettler Friends of the Library along with community partners, will be celebrating the wealth of talent and creativity that exists within our community with a multitude of activities throughout the month of September.

Events range from musical entertainment and art exhibits to live demonstrations of agriculture practices and Metis culture. A schedule of events will be available at

To kick‐off the celebrations there will be a Cruise in Concert on Sept. 4th featuring Stettler’s very own Renegade Station with special guest, Chloe Shingoose.

Tickets will be $50 per vehicle and are available at‐in‐concert/ All events, excluding the concert, will be free to the public.

Stettler is part of the celebrations occurring throughout the province during Alberta Culture Days 2020. Alberta Culture Days is about discovering, experiencing and celebrating our unique blend of peoples and passions, and the importance of culture to a healthy and vibrant province. To learn more, visit


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