It’s another pandemic year, and Remembrance Day is looking slightly different this year. Here’s a look at Remembrance Day ceremonies happening throughout Central Alberta.

In addition to the ceremonies, we’ve listed exhibitions and displays to remember privately or to learn about the First and Second World Wars, the Korean War and the Afghanistan War.  


Remembrance Day Ceremony

Lacombe’s Legion Branch #79 will be hosting a smaller ceremony in Lest We Forget Park starting at 10:30 AM on November 11. For more information on that you can visit the link below.

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Field of Remembrance

100 crosses are on display in Lacombe. 80 are located at the Lacombe Legion, Branch #79 and the other 20 will be on display at the Michener House Museum.



Remembrance Day Ceremony

Ponoka Legion Branch #66 will be hosting an indoor service in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium on November 11th. Doors open at 10:15 AM. There will be no social function and the ceremony will be livestreamed to their Facebook page here.


Red Deer

Remembrance Day Ceremony

Red Deer Legion will be hosting a ceremony at the Servus Credit Arena starting at 10:30 AM. The Restriction Exemption Program will be in effect and those attending must provide proof of double vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.


World War Women

The Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition called ‘World War Women’ that explores the contributions of made by women in the First and Second World Wars.