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Organized Activities for Community

Canada Day

Information on the annual Canada Day Celebration and Fireworks display will start to become available in June. The Town of Hanna, with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the ‘Celebrate Canada’ grant, organize July 1. This day-long party includes games and activities, food and beverages, and outstanding entertainment all at no or very little cost to attendees.

A spectacular fireworks display is always a part of the festivities. Fireworks are often held on the evening of June 30 since July 1 is a holiday. That way, all ages can attend without fear of staying out late the night before work, daycare, or swimming lessons.

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Christmas Dinner

It takes a community…

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Movie Nights

Family-friendly and affordable movie pre-releases are shown on the big screen at the Community Centre. Hanna Youth Club offers a concession that sells a movie package for only $2.  It’s a great family night out for around $20.

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Music in the Park

Rain or shine, Music in the Park offers live musicians performing Sundays in Hector King-Hunter Park. Get outside, relax and enjoy the talent. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket.  Each performance is planned to be outdoors at the park but if the weather is poor, may be moved inside.

Each performance is free of charge and there will be an opportunity to tip the performers. The Music in the Park series is brought to you by the Town of Hanna and the Government of Canada.

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Location: Hector King-Hunter Park
5 St. and 3 Ave.

Registration Fair

Attending the twice-a-year Registration Fair is a great way for youth, adults, seniors, and families to find volunteer opportunities and see all that organizations in Hanna have to offer.

This event is held in September and April and is coordinated to help community sports, leisure, and service clubs accept registration and generate interest for their programs.

Letters are sent to the non-profit organizations that are registered with the Town of Hanna asking them to RSVP. Groups can promote coming events, recruit volunteers and share donation opportunities and best of all, it’s free !

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Volunteer Appreciation

Hanna has always taken great pride in having a very strong and involved community. Many of the programs and activities offered in the community would not be available if it weren’t for the many hours of time, commitment, and expertise of volunteers.

Each spring, the Town of Hanna hosts event(s) to recognize volunteers. These events are always well supported and appreciated by those who attend.

Started in 2023, the Wright family, formerly of Hanna, initiated the Gordon and Bernice Pincome Community Volunteer Award. This award was initiated to remember the late Gordon and Bermice Pincombe and recognize them for their outstanding citizenship, inspiring volunteer efforts and positive community engagement. Throughout their lives, Gordon and Bernice donated coutless hours ot support local agencies, including the Royal Canadian Legion, the Women’s Auxiliary and the Hanna Tourism Centre. The Wright family is keeping their memory and inspiration alive by acknowleging other noteworthy citizens of Hanna and area.  Details can be found on the nomination form.

Volunteer Award

Gordon and Bernice Pincombe Community Volunteer Award. Nominations close in April each year and the recipient is announced at the community volunteer appreciation event.

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Judy Scoville 2024

Carol Orr 2023