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Rotary DragonBoat Festival
Fri, Jun 24


Time: 6 p.m.

Cover: none 

5 p.m. Dusty Dee Litchfield Dusty Dee Litchfield

Dusty Dee Litchfield has a familiar, toe tapping sound; it won’t take long before you’re singing along. Songs to dance to. Songs to sing along with. Songs that tell a story. Songs about home. “Dusty Dee has a distinctive voice and a quirky sense of humor … as well as a knack for telling a good story 


6 p.m. opening ceremonies O Canada by Don Robb

Making music is Don’s life passion. Whether it is teaching music in schools as he did for some 40 years, or being in the orchestra of dozens of musical theatre productions or performing the Great American Songbook with Standard Time Jazz Combo, it is all about the music 

6:30 Chinook High School Band 

Chinook Rock and Pop is a program from Chinook High School where students learn how to play rock music. Students grade 9 – 12 join bands, learn cover songs, write songs, and play in community performances. Chinook Rock and Pop consists of 120 students a year all taught by their High School Music teacher Scott Davidson. A big highlight of this program is playing public performances like this one. This year representing Chinook High School, after winning Chinook high school battle of the bands is… “Tube Dog”. Tube Dog is a local up and coming alternative rock band made up of five high school students based out of Lethbridge. Attending Chinook’s Rock and Pop Program, they recently have begun writing their own music influenced by many genres including grunge, nu metal and punk, while adding their own unique sound.


7:15  p.m. Lethbridge Community Taiko Association

 LCT is an adult, community-based Taiko (Japanese drum) group.  Our business affairs are administered by, and we are financially supported by, the Lethbridge Community Taiko Association, a not for profit society.  

 8:15 p.m. The Chevelles

The Chevelles always put on a top notch show with all your favourite rock hits being played. Dance your heart out, have some drinks and catch up with old friends in celebration of the weekend & remaining bit of summer we have.

“The Chevelles” live rock n’ roll performances have been entertaining cities and communities across Canada for well over 12 years. Every show they create is aimed at making each party a night to remember, and filling the dance floor with universally appreciated hits from the dawning of Rock n’ Roll and each unique decade afterwards.

This completely live entertaining four piece band was strategically created by drummer T.T. Chevelle. His intention was to bring back the Explosive Dynamic Power and Excitement of the Live Music Club Scenes that Dominated the 60′s,70′s and 1980′s.

“The Chevelles” give you more than just the One-Two Vocal Punch of Buck Chevelle, Lead Vocalist/ Lead Guitarist, and Seamus Chevelle, Lead Vocalist/ Bass Player.

They throw everything they can at the audience with the help of Woody Chevelle, Lead Vocalist/ Rythmn Guitarist/ Keyboards, and T.T. Chevelle, Vocals/Drummer/ Sound Tech ; to give every audience a night of pure entertainment they wont forget.

Live Rock ‘n’ Roll remains one of the most powerful forms of “Face to Face” entertainment in the world still to this day, for everyone young and old alike.”The Chevelles” enjoy bringing back the excitement of electric guitar driven music to every stage they play on show after show.

With a MONSTEROUS SONGLIST, “The Chevelles” put forth the best show possible night after night after night. If you haven’t seen this ” Inspiring Rock ‘n’ Roll Party Tribute “, please take the chance, and have fun like everyone else !! 


 9 p.m. Veronica Delagarza


10 p.m.

 the Chevelles 


Henderson Lake Park
10th Street 10 Avenue Mayor Magrath Drive
T1J 1N2
Country: ca


Henderson Lake Park is a 47 hectare (117 acre) blend of relaxed leisure 
and active recreation opportunities concentrated around a 60 acre 
man-made lake. Paved and shale walking trails border Henderson 
Lake, along with playgrounds, rest areas and picnic sites. 
Concession is open during the summer months.  
Henderson Park has been a focus of civic pride for more than 85 
years. Originally developed for the 7th International Dry-Farming 
Congress in 1912, it continues to be an attraction for special event 
celebrations. The lake itself was originally a large slough. William 
Henderson, the Mayor of Lethbridge during the early preparations 
for the Farming Congress, was instrumental in initiating the 
concept of Henderson Lake and a surrounding park.  
 It is home to  the annual Dragon Boat Festival in july as well as Canada Day celebrations.

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