Alberta Day

The City of Fort Saskatchewan will be hosting its first ever Alberta Day celebration on Saturday, September 3.

The Government of Alberta recently announced the establishment of a new annual tradition in celebration of the day the Alberta Act came into effect. The Alberta Act formally established the Province of Alberta on September 1, 1905. September 1 will be recognized in perpetuity as Alberta Day. The day will give Albertans an opportunity every year to come together in a spirit of celebration and express their pride in our province’s unique spirit, culture and heritage that connects us as Albertans.

With support from the Government of Alberta, activities for the day include:




Free Access to Municipal Facilities

Harbour Pool

Dow Centennial Centre

Fort Historic Precinct

Free public swim

Harbour Pool

Free tours Fort Heritage Precinct
Free public skate Dow Centennial Centre – Sherrit-CEP Arena

Scooter races, Spike Ball, Floor Hockey, Skip Its

Dow Centennial Centre – Gym A
Basketball Dow Centennial Centre – Gym B

Parachute games, Giant Jenga, Scoop ball, Foam block creations, Lawn bowling, Ladder ball, Horseshoes

Dow Centennial Centre – Soccer Field A

Frisbees, Soccer, Football

Dow Centennial Centre – Soccer Field B

Chess Pieces, Ping Pong, Foosball

Dow Centennial Centre – Main corridor


Opening of Alberta Day Celebration
with a performance by local artist Phyllis Sinclair

Opening Remarks

Live Music

Free Hot dogs

Indigenous Learning opportunities

Child and Youth Activities

Fort Saskatchewan Trivia

 Fort Heritage Precinct
 Strathcona Vintage Tractor Association – Tractor show Open green space behind the North Central Co-op