This year Snowflake Saturday will be on Saturday, December 12, 2020.
The December edition of the Village Voice will include all of the information of activities and events taking place in the community on Snowflake Saturday.
Snowflake Saturday is a community-wide winter celebration hosted by Delburne's Chamber of Commerce on the second Saturday of December each year. There are always lots of activities and fun to be had throughout the Village! There are markets, hayrides, kids crafts, concessions, a gingerbread house contest, sporting events, a parade and even a visit from Santa!
Activities & Crafts
There's hockey all day at the Agriplex from Delburne Minor Hockey. A roast beef supper goes from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm with a Delburne Outlaws game to top it all off. The Agriplex is located at 2421 18th St.
Anthony Henday Museum
Stop in and check out the great gift shop at Anthony Henday Museum from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. The Museum is located at 2603 20th St. After sunset you will be able to see the Chamber of Commerce's 1000 bulb outdoor Christmas Tree at the museum. It's a sight to see!
Delburne Curling Club
Kids games, a concession, bar and silent auction can be enjoyed at the Curling Club at 7:00 pm. Then at 8:00 pm take in the turkey shoot! The Delburne Curling Club is located at 1821 24th Ave.
Delburne Gospel Church
Stop by the Delburne Gospel Church for snacks and activities from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. The Delburne Gospel Church is located at 2034 27th Ave.
Delburne Municipal Library
Bring the little ones to do a craft and get a goodie bag at the Delburne Municipal Library from 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm. Visitors can also check out the gingerbread house displays from the Delburne Council Gingerbread House Competition. The Delburne Municipal Library is located at 2210 20th St.
Delburne Drop In Centre Christmas Craft Markets
The Delburne Drop In Centre is the place to go for a coffee and a slice of pie. Warm up your insides and check out a variety of vendors. The sale usually goes from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm and pie & coffee are on sale from Noon - 3:00 pm (or until the pie runs out).
Snowflake Saturday Christmas Craft Market
The Snowflake Saturday Christmas Craft Market is a fantastic hit! Over 35 tables decorated, the Delburne Community Hall is filled with quality vendors with an array of items! Everything from handmade western tack, sewing, clothing, artwork, home decor, and soap, to fresh baking, preserves, photography and face painting! The unofficial count of shoppers is well over 1500. It's a fantastic Christmas market you don't want to miss!
Santa always stops by at Delburne's Snowflake Saturday Christmas Craft Market! He has already scheduled some time in for a photo op so make sure you write out your list and have it ready!
The Christmas Craft Market helps support a local non-profit organization every year by inviting them to run the concession at the Community Hall. In 2019, the Delburne Community Hall Board Society took on the task of cooking up a very special lunch.
The Snowflake Saturday Christmas Craft Market goes from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
Delburne United Church Craft Sale
The Delburne United Church hosts a craft sale at the church, usually from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. There you will find preserves, baked goods, skin care and more. The Delburne United Church is located at 2306 20th St.
For those of you who have never had the pleasure of an ol' fashioned small town hayride then you're in for a treat! The hayrides (weather permitting) begin and end at the Main Street Park camp kitchen from 3:30 pm - 7:00 pm.
Delburne's Chamber of Commerce serves up FREE hot dogs and hot chooclate at the camp kitchen. It's a must have treat!
Don't forget to check out the Snowflake Saturday Parade, hosted by the Delburne Elks and Delburne Council! You might catch a glimpse of Ol' Saint Nick! The parade starts at 7:30 pm.
Be in the Parade
If you want to be in the parade, be at the parade staging area for 7:00 pm at the corner of 21st Ave and 20th St. A member of the Delburne Elks or Council will direct you into the lineup.
At 7:30 pm, the parade starts at the corner of 21st Ave and 20th St. (main street) and heads down 20th St. It then turns south down 26th Ave heading towards the Agriplex, turning east on 18th St to head back to the staging area on 21st Ave.