Street Hockey Tourney

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Street Hockey Tourney

Saturday & Sunday
Next to the Northern Lights Family Beer Garden

Who says street hockey is only for the summer? Round up a group of 4-6* of your friends and help us take over 118th Avenue for the Deep Freeze 3 on 3 Street Hockey Tournament. The tournament is played over both days of the festival and teams are guaranteed a minimum of 5 games. Take home a championship or one of the many other prizes available to tournament participants.


> Exciting round-robin action
> Test your shot against the radar gun


> Playoffs and championship game
> 2018 Skills Tournament

Interested in registering for the friendly tournament or have any questions?
Email for information.

Registration deadline is Noon on January 10, 2018. Sign up now as space is limited to 16 teams!
*All tournament players must be 18+ years old.

Thank you to our Hockey Sponsors:

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Prairie Homestead 

Prairie Homestead 

Noon – 9:00 pm

Noon – 6:00 pm

92 Street & 118 Avenue

Learn from over 10 makers and crafters of yesteryear, as woodworkers, spinners and weavers create mastepieces.

FEATURED: Old Time Canning & Preserves with Naomi Pahl

Naomi spends much of her spare time during the harvest season preserving fruit and vegetables that she has grown or foraged. Join Naomi on Prairie Homestead where she will share her extensive knowledge and the love of the canning and preserving of fruit and vegetables from the garden. 

FEATURED: Blacksmith Tim Moreland

Come watch and interact with local Blacksmith Tim Moreland and friends in his mobile forge while he works the hot iron on his anvil, creating the metal tools and the hardware that were so vital to both homesteader and pioneer in the early days of the founding of this province. Tim has a passion for tradition and history and he will try to answer all your questions about blacksmithing and local history. 

Giant Fridge Magnet Poetry Project

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Giant Fridge Magnet Poetry Project

Saturday & Sunday
On the Street

The Giant Fridge Magnet Poetry project is an interactive art installation that creates incredibly simple and collaborative art. With nothing more than large word magnets across a canvas of fridges, this installation invites every passer-by to add their piece to an everevolving, never-ending poem. Inspired by Marina Reid Hale.

Round Dance


Enoch Cree Nation Round Dance


6:30 pm – 12:00 am (Midnight)

The Hearth (Inside Alberta Avenue Community League)
9210 – 118 Avenue


Frequently Asked Questions

Who can come to Round Dance?

Everyone is welcome! Bring your family and friends from little ones to the older ones, it’s a community gathering of all people.

Is there a schedule of activities?

Round Dance starts at 6:30 pm, but you are welcome to come anytime during the evening and stay for as long as you wish as we dance throughout the evening.

What can I expect at a Round Dance?

Lots of drumming, singing and dancing! You do not need to know how to round dance to attend, please join us and learn by watching for a while or just joining hands in the circle and going with the flow.

What should I wear?

Come as you are. Traditionally, women wear long skirts to Round Dance. That being said, you are welcome to wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

*Provided by University of Alberta Round Dance.

Traditional French Canadian Log Sawing 


Traditional French Canadian Log Sawing 


Noon – 6:00 pm

On the Street 

On Francophone Cultural Day, Deep Freeze aims to transport festivalgoers back to the traditional roots of the Québecois who settled in Alberta generations ago. Nothing brings the time of the fur traders and voyageurs closer than maple syrup twirled in snow and the fun of old time log sawing.