RCMP Musical Ride Coming To Amberlea

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Amberlea Meadows Equestrian Centre is thrilled to be able to host the R.C.M.P. Musical ride once again. The ‘Ride’ performed at Amberlea Meadows four years ago in 2010 and the show was spectacular then! This is a great opportunity to meet our RCMP officers and their horses. It is interesting to note that all the members of the Musical Ride are full time policemen and women, and they have volunteered for this special duty for a period of three years. The riders are ‘real’ policemen and women! We are very proud to be able to showcase the R.C.M.P Musical Ride in our own community, the County of Leduc.

We have chosen the Kids with Cancer Society as our charity. The Kids with Cancer Society provides so much for families who are struggling through a childhood cancer, 100% of the net proceeds is going to the Kids with Cancer Society. We believe you will be mesmerized by the beauty of our R.C.M.P. in their red serge and the Equine Extravaganza which will start the show. It just might take your breath away! We are hosting a Kids Area with activities, food concessions and the parking is Free!

Come join us, we have plenty of space, and bleacher seating! If you prefer you bring a blanket and sit on the grass, or bring a lawn chair. The Event has two performances, Friday night July 25th or, Saturday afternoon the 26th. We are so happy to bring this truly Canadian experience and great summer family entertainment to Leduc County!

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