Edmonton Sabers Marching Band to come to Rimbey for the parade

The Edmonton Sabers Marching Band will be one of the highlights of the Rimbey parade to be held July 12.

The Edmonton Sabers Marching Band will be one of the highlights of the Rimbey parade to be held July 12.

Also returning this year will be the Red Deer Adult Marching Band.

Jessie Krenzler from the recreation department said there is no entry fee for the parade and registration is not required, but organizers really appreciate participants taking the time to register. Registration forms are available on line and at the recreation office.

This year, as in the past, vintage trucks from the Smithson Truck Museum will be used to transport dignitaries align the parade route.

Candy will be tossed out as the parade progresses, but parents are caused to ensure their children don’t run out in front of moving vehicles or animals to collect their treats.

The Beatty House will be busy on parade day, servings its usual fare of hotdogs, smokies and all the delicious fixings that go with the food.

The Beatty House is a delightful place to enjoy this fare, served immediately following the parade.

During parade day only, the Rimbey Farmers’ Market will be held at the Servus Credit Union parking lot.

Some businesses will participate in a sidewalk sale throughout the day.


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