Teddy Bear Picnic Fundraiser

June 7, 2022

About this event

Join us for our first Teddy Bear Picnic Fundraiser on Sunday, July 10, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM .

The Norland Historic Estate Venue is the perfect setting for this fun-filled, family event. Located at 5801 1 Ave S, Lethbridge, AB .

Bring a NEW stuffed animal for a donation AND have your child bring their favorite stuffie for a check-up with one of our health partners on-site!


  • $25 for an individual
  • $50 for a family of 2
  • $75 for a family of 3
  • $100 for a family of 4
  • $125 for a family of 5

Note: Every person over the age of 1 will require a ticket. Vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free meal options are also available.

Your purchase will include:

  • A blanket (1 per family)
  • Packed lunch for every family, catered by LA Chefs
  • Bubbles for everyone
  • Face-painting and balloon animals
  • Entertainment
  • Family basket raffle

Make a donation and receive a lovely Family Photo!


  • Parking is available at the East parking lot. Signage will be available.


  • Pets are not permitted on the grounds.

*The Teddy Bear Picnic Fundraiser is hosted by Christmas Hope toy partners: Lethbridge Family Services - Angel Tree and MyCityCare - Shop of Wonders.

** Proceeds from this event will help us bring joy to families in need this Christmas.

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