Wetaskiwin Mall presents the Summer Clearance Festival…10 days of fun family events

The Wetaskiwin Mall is excited to host the 2015 Summer Clearance Festival, July 29 – August 8 at the mall.

  • Jul. 28, 2015 6:00 a.m.

The Wetaskiwin Mall is excited to host the 2015 Summer Clearance Festival, July 29 – August 8 at the mall.

“Our goal with this Festival is to have some family-friendly fun with the community, and add some entertainment and excitement for people who happen to be in town and not away on vacation,” said Slava Fedossenko  B.Sc., Endurance Equities Corp.

Many of our retailers are hosting clearance sales during this time of year, and since it is right in the middle of summer vacation, what better time to bring families together with all kinds of fun free events.

Kicking off with a free pancake breakfast during the Farmers Market on July 29, join us for the great family friendly events listed below.

Wednesday July 29 Free Pancake Breakfast 9:30 – 11:30am

Thursday July 30 Summer Family Scavenger Hunt (sponsored by Horizons Centre) 11am – 5pm

Friday July 31 Fire Truck Fun and Meet & Greet with Wetaskiwin Fire Department 11am – 3pm

Saturday August 1 – Tuesday August 4 Free helium balloons all Weekend Long, courtesy of Krystal’s Child

Wednesday August 5 Free BBQ and Meet & Greet with Ell Grey Contracting, South end of the Mall, 9am – 3pm

Thursday August 6 Animal Day! Pet Valu presents Dog Grooming Basics with Pam from Wag’n Tails 10am – 12pm, followed by F.A.R.R.M Local Farm Animal Rescue on site with Willy the Pig 12-‐ 3pm

Friday August 7 Street Hockey: Parents vs. Kids Showdown & BBQ (sponsored by Youth Unlimited) 10am – 5pm

Saturday August 8 Back To School Kids Fashion Show (sponsored by Krystal’s Child)

2-‐ 3pm

The Wetaskiwin Farmers Market will be held at the Mall during its regular hours from 10:00am – 2:00pm on July 29 and August 5, and 12:00 – 4:00pm on August 1 and 8.

For more details, please call 780-604-2634 or visit www.wetaskiwinmall.com. As well, follow us on Twitter @WetaskiwinMall, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/shopwetaskiwinmall.

“The Wetaskiwin Mall is looking forward to bringing the community together, having tons of summer fun, and providing great deals to the people of Wetaskiwin,” added Fedossenko.

 

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