Healthy Halloween

Looking for a healthier option to give out to trick-or-treaters this Halloween? How about a free swim or skate at a City recreation facility?
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Boo Booklets

Starting October 9, you can purchase Boo Booklets at any City recreation facility. Each booklet costs $20 and contains 10 tickets. Each ticket is valid for one child or youth admission at the following facilities. Tickets are valid through December 31, 2018.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I purchase a Boo Booklet?

Boo Booklets are available at the Collicutt Centre, G.H. Dawe Centre, Michener Aquatic Centre and Recreation Centre.

Are Boo Booklets available at City Hall or Sorenson Station transit terminal?

No. Booklet sales are only available at recreation facilities with cashier services (Collicutt, G.H. Dawe, Michener Aquatic and Recreation Centres).

When are Boo Booklets available for purchase?

Sales begin Monday, October 9 and continue through October 31, 2018.

When are Boo Booklet tickets valid?

2018 Boo Booklet tickets are valid from October 31, 2018 through December 31, 2018.

What is the cost of a Boo Booklet?

Each booklet costs $20.00 and contains 10 tickets. All sales are final and refunds are not available.

What payment types are accepted for Boo Booklets?

Cash, debit, MasterCard and Visa are accepted at our facilities.

Are RPC Gift Cards accepted forms of payment for Boo Booklets?

Yes, an RPC Gift Card may be used to purchase Boo Booklets.

Are Boo Booklets transferrable?

Yes, Boo Booklet tickets can be purchased by an individual and used by a child or youth. All sales are final and refunds are not available.

Which facilities accept Boo Booklet tickets?

Tickets are valid at the Collicutt, G.H. Dawe, Michener Aquatic and Recreation Centres as well as drop in skating at City owned ice arenas including Kinex Arena, Kinsmen Arena and Servus Arena.

Where can I find more information?

More information on Healthy Halloween and Boo Booklets is available online at or by contacting the Recreation section at 403-342-8411 or

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The City will explore annexation

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At tonight’s regular City Council meeting, a motion was approved that gives The City direction to explore the merits of annexation.

Red Deerians invited to participate ...

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“On behalf of the City Manager recruitment team, I encourage all residents of Red Deer to participate in consultations that will help define the characteristics, attributes, and skills the next City Manager should possess.