City of Estevan to host True North Canada Day Celebrations

UPDATE June 29 2:37pm.  – Due to weather concerns all activities originally scheduled for Centennial Park grounds will be moved into Affinity Place.


The City of Estevan would like to invite residents and visitors to a True North Canada Day Celebration held on June 29th from 3pm until midnight at the Centennial Park and surrounding grounds. There will be children’s entertainment, games, live band and a beer garden. There are no admission fees.

The day will start at Centennial Park (in the same space as the Water tower) at 3pm until 8pm with a children’s entertainer, Funtazm, doing face painting and an audience interactive science show from 3pm-5pm. Bouncy castles, cotton candy, lawn games, a reverse dunk tank and many other games will be held in the area.

Emergency Services, including Estevan Police Services as well as Estevan Fire & Rescue will be in attendance. Fire Trucks and Police Cruisers will be on display, including the TX Ariel truck and the K9 Unit and CWET Unit. (Containment and Warrant Entry Team)

There will be a FREE swim at the RM of Estevan Aquatic Centre from 6pm to 9pm. Come and wander through, play some games and celebrate Canada’s Birthday.
In the evening there will be a live band, Men without Shame, starting at 9pm. As well as, beer gardens that will open at 8pm in the Power Dodge Curling Centre.

Fireworks will be held around 10pm with the flag rising, singing of Oh Canada and Happy Birthday followed by birthday cake.

More details will be released at a later date, but please mark your calendars and plan on coming to the True North Celebrations.