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    The summer has begun, and with it the visitors are arriving. Starting this weekend, the MacEwan School Visitor Information Centre is open daily through Labour Day, and then weekends until Thanksgiving. Please take your business cards, coupons or brochures there to make sure tourists and newcomers to town know that you exist and where to find you.

    The next Chamber of Commerce meeting will be held Wednesday, July 16, 6:30pm at FCSS/NQLF meeting room (log building south of Bomber Command Museum, enter through the door to the right of them main double doors). Contact Pam with any questions or suggestions: 403-646-2111, or info@nantonchamber.com. All are welcome to attend.

    Coming up:

    Canadian High School Finals Rodeo, July 24-26 (www.nantonagsociety.com);

    Nanton Round-Up Days, August 1-4. 

    Please click on Chamber Updates at the top for a new window to read the entire schedule.

    2014 Nanton Round-Up Days Schedule
    Our favourite time of the year is here! We have a town-wide celebration featuring rodeo, pancake breakfasts, slo-pitch
    tournament, fireworks, chili cook-off, a parade. children’s festival and much more! Exciting events for the entire family!
    Don’t forget to check out the many shops, galleries, services and attractions to round out your weekend
    experience. Check www.nanton.ca and www.nantonchamber.com for more details.
    FRIDAY, AUGUST 1
    •9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Bomber Command Museum of Canada
    (Hwy2S & 17 St.) ongoing displays,
    bombercommandmuseum.ca
    •10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Cdn Grain Elevator Discovery Centre
    tours & displays (orange elevator on 19 Ave.),
    canadiangrainelevatordiscoverycentre.com
    •Antique & Art Walk of Alberta shops, galleries and
    attractions open, antiquewalk.com
    •Aug. 1-3: Round-Up Days Slo-Pitch Ball Tournament.
    Contact Tyler Beacom to enter, 403-336-3964.
    •6 – 8 p.m. Nanton Marlin Swim Meet at Tom Hornecker
    Recreation Centre (Hwy2S &18 St.)
    SATURDAY, AUGUST 2
    •8 -10 a.m.: Free Auditorium Hotel Pancake Breakfast
    (parking lot behind hotel, 20 St & Hwy 2N) featuring live
    music!
    •8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Nanton Marlin Swim Meet at Tom
    Hornecker Recreation Centre (Hwy2S &18 St.)

    •Aug. 1-3: Round-Up Days Slo-Pitch Ball Tournament.
    Contact Tyler Beacom to enter, 403-336-3964.
    •9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Bomber Command Museum of Canada
    (Hwy2S & 17 St.) ongoing displays,
    bombercommandmuseum.ca
    •9 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Nanton United Church Farmer’s Market
    & annual Angel Food Cake Sale (22 St&Hwy2S).

    •10 a.m.: Annual George Wright Walk & Run at
    Centennial Park, runningroom.com to register
    •10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Cdn Grain Elevator Discovery Centre
    tours & displays (orange elevator on 19 Ave.),
    canadiangrainelevatordiscoverycentre.com
    •Antique & Art Walk of Alberta shops, galleries and
    attractions open, www.antiquewalk.com

    •11 a.m.: Canadian Girls Rodeo Association, Nanton Agri-Park,

    (Hwy 533E), Times TBA

    SUNDAY, AUGUST 3
    •8 – 10 a.m.: Free Nanton Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast
    at Nanton Community Centre Parking Lot sponsored by
    Raffin Transit Mix, K5 Concrete Pumping and G&JD
    Construction.
    •9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Bomber Command Museum of Canada
    (Hwy2S & 17 St.) ongoing displays,
    bombercommandmuseum.ca
    •10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery
    Centre tours & displays (orange elevator on 19 Ave.),
    canadiangrainelevatordiscoverycentre.com
    •Aug. 1-3: Round-Up Days Slo-Pitch Ball Tournament.
    Contact Tyler Beacom to enter, 403-336-3964.

    •10 a.m. Canadian Girls Rodeo Association, Nanton Agri-Park
    (Hwy 533E)

    •11 a.m.: Interdenominational church service, Centennial

    Park near the Bomber. BYOC – Bring Your Own Chair
    •Antique & Art Walk of Alberta shops, galleries and
    attractions open, antiquewalk.com
    •1p.m. – 3 p.m.: Nanton Chili Cook-off, downtown
    Nanton, $1 per spoon goes to fireworks fund.
    •Dusk (9:45 or so): 25th annual Fireworks Display at
    Lion’s Grove Park (Hwy 2S across from Humpty’s/Flying J)
    – sponsored by local businesses, service clubs and YOU!
    MONDAY, AUGUST 4
    •7 – 9 a.m.: Free Nanton Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast at
    Nanton Community Centre parking lot sponsored by
    Raffin Transit Mix, K5 Concrete Pumping and G&JD
    Construction.
    •9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Bomber Command Museum of Canada
    (Hwy2S & 17 St.) ongoing displays,
    bombercommandmuseum.ca
    •10 a.m.: Nanton Round-Up Days Parade sponsored by
    Nanton Boosters. Participants meet at 9 a.m. at J.T.
    Foster school grounds, (24 St & 22 St.), Parade begins at
    10 a.m. Theme: Small Town Heroes; Parade Marshall:
    Nanton Volunteer Fire Department, nantonboosters.com
    •10 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Cdn Grain Elevator Discovery Centre
    tours & displays (orange elevator on 19 Ave.),
    canadiangrainelevatordiscoverycentre.com
    •Antique & Art Walk shops and attractions open,
    antiquewalk.com
    •11 a.m.-3 p.m.: Free 5th Annual Nanton Children
    Society Children’s Festival, FREE entry! Centennial Park
    by Bomber Command Museum, hot dogs will be
    available for purchase. Sponsored by Nanton ATB,
    Nanton Promoters and Town of Nanton.
    •1 p.m. – Nanton Promoters Duck Race – Mosquito Creek
    bridge on Hwy 533 east of Nanton near campground
    •3 p.m.: Nanton Nite Rodeo at Nanton Agri-Park, (Hwy
    533E), nantonniterodeo.com

     

     

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