The City of Grande Prairie is excited to hold its second annual Neighbour Day this weekend for residents to build stronger relationships and connect with those who live around them.
“Many of the Neighbourhood Associations are holding events to bring neighbours together,” says Patricia Millward, Community Recreation Coordinator. “This day is for everyone, so be sure to introduce yourself to a new neighbour or say hello to those you know already.”
There are many ways to celebrate Neighbour Day such as connecting with neighbours though picnics in the park; pop up lemonade stands; helping with fall yard clean up and more!
Full details on each event are below:
Saturday, September 15
Swanavon 12:00 p.m. Thrill Hill Neighbourhood gathering
Mission 1:00 p.m. John McAuley Park Neighbourhood gathering
Westpointe 9:30 a.m. Park 78Ave & 115St Neighbourhood gathering
Highland Park 12:00 p.m. Elvira Grotkowski Park Pollinator unveiling
Copperwood 11:00 a.m. Copperwood Park Neighbourhood gathering
Pinnacle 1:00 p.m. Gazebo Park Neighbourhood gathering
Hillside 1:00 p.m. Roy Peterson Park Neighbourhood gathering
Cobblestone Riverstone 1:30 p.m. Riverstone Elementary Playground unveiling
Sunday, September 16
Avondale 1:00 p.m. Orange park Neighbourhood gathering
For more information on Neighbourhood Associations, go to cityofgp.com/neighbourhoods or checkout our Facebook page at facebook.com/gpneighbourhoodassociations.