Clear

Steinbach, MB

-22°c Clear

Full Forecast

Local

The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION

Steinbach getting into Hometown spirit

Community encouraged to "paint the town red"

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 02/8/2019 10:00 AM

  • Print
Steinbach city manager Troy Warkentin and Parks and Recreation Department Head Russ Dyck show off the display of skates and sticks that have been added along the city's main street.

GRANT BURR | THE CARILLON Enlarge Image

Steinbach city manager Troy Warkentin and Parks and Recreation Department Head Russ Dyck show off the display of skates and sticks that have been added along the city's main street.

Advertisement

City manager Troy Warkentin, decked out in Hometown Hockey garb, and Parks and Recreation Department Head Russ Dyck showed off some of the skates and sticks that now adorn Main Street this week as the city readies for the Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival coming to Steinbach on March 9 and 10.

The weekend will include free outdoor hockey festivities for all ages, including live music and entertainment.

The city is encouraging homeowners and businesses to show off their community hockey spirit too and celebrate Canada’s game by "painting the town red."

Steinbach is one of 25 communities to be in the spotlight for the broadcast this season.

More Local News

  • false

    Dancer excels in RWB program

    02/18/2019 7:30 PM
  • Rise in vehicle thefts prompts police warning

    02/17/2019 12:30 PM

    An increase in the theft of vehicles, quads and ATV, as well as thefts from inside vehicles has been highlighted by Steinbach RCMP, who have turned to the public for support in preventing the crimes.

    Police shared several tips in a ...

  • GORP founder Colleen Dyck displays two of three new oatmeal flavours formulated for the Chinese market, next to two pallets of product destined for Beijing.

    GORP heads to China

    02/17/2019 12:15 PM

Ads by Google

Electronic Copies

The Carillon single copy cover

Annual Subscription

Back issues available with an e-subscription

Subscribe to single copy
$1.50 each (includes tax)

December 20, 2018 copy now available

Read this week’s classifieds