Glendon’s Annual Pyrogy Festival

Glendon’s Pyrogy Festival is an exciting annual event celebrating our community’s heritage and history. Every year, the event attracts around 500 people looking to join some afternoon fun at our Pyrogy Park.

In 2016, the village celebrated the Pyrogy Festival’s 25th anniversary. Unique items and mementos dating back to the giant pyrogy’s construction year, 1991, were revealed with the opening of the time capsule, making the 2016 festival a special one. The time capsule was reloaded the following year, and is set to be unsealed again in 2042.

Stay tuned for this year’s Pyrogy Festival Information.

Glendon’s Cruise Night

Every year, Glendon holds a cruise night where people can show off their old cars while cruising down the Main Street of Glendon. To find out more, stay tuned for this year’s 2019 annual cruise night.

Glendon Derby & Mudbogs

Every second Saturday of August, Glendon holds the Demolition Derby and Mud Bogs that gets every Albertan’s attention. It’s an exciting event with lots of loud trucks and of course, a lot of wreckage. This year we will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of the event. For more information, you can check out the Glendon Agricultural Society website, or you can give the derby a follow on Facebook.