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Tuesday, August 9, 5 pm – 8 pm
Edmonton River Valley (Location will be announced to participants once they’ve registered.)
Join Robert Dale Rogers for an entertaining and educational plant and mushroom walk through Mill Creek Ravine one of these summer evenings. It will be happening rain or shine – so be prepared to bring a rain jacket, umbrella and some galoshes! Also bring notepad, camera, insect repellant and good walking shoes.
Thursday, July 21 – Saturday, July 30
Sample over 100 Dishes from more than 50 of Edmonton’s best restaurants. Taste of Edmonton will run from July 21 to July 30, 2016, from 11am to 11pm daily, on Churchill Square, on 102 Avenue between 99 Street and 100 Street, rain or shine!
More Info: http://tasteofedm.ca/
Friday, July 22 – Sunday, July 31
This year we’re doubling the excitement with 20 concerts on two stages, new rides, new food, amazing indoor attractions and the K-Days Pow Wow in partnership with Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation.
More Info: http://k-days.com/
Every Thursday, June 16 – August 25, 5 pm – 9 pm
Members and guests are invited to relax, drinks in hand, on Latitude 53’s outdoor patio, while learning a bit more about contemporary visual culture! Watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold during these eleven weeks. This unique downtown summer event is Latitude 53’s largest fundraiser of the year. All proceeds from bar sales, door donations, and membership directly support upcoming programming. Join us and enjoy catering from Edmonton’s best restaurants, music from the best local DJ’s, and the best summer-inspired signature cocktails.
More Info: http://www.latitude53.org/patio
Thursday, July 28
Dîner en Blanc combines a beautiful outdoor venue with the sophistication of a gourmet picnic. On the evening of the event, guests gather at specific departure points around the city. Guided by Dîner en Blanc volunteers, these groups will then converge on the secret location travelling on foot and by coach. Every guest brings their own table, chairs and table setting.
Friday, July 29, 5:30 pm
The first Critical Mass in Edmonton occured in 1994, rallying to make the High Level Bridge safer for cyclists. In 1995, the sidewalks were widened and riding over the bridge became a less terrifying affair. Twenty years later, with record numbers of people choosing to cycle, badly executed suicide barriers have made crossing the busiest bike corridor in the city dangerous for people walking and biking, and have undone the hard won progress of the last 20 years. We can take back the High Level Bridge. Join us for a casual ride to the south side, and a glimpse of how riding down main street should feel.
Saturday, July 30, 3 pm – 6 pm
The Needle Vinyl Tavern
This is a fan run pre-party for the Tragically Hip concert in support of Sunnybrook Hospital and the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research. A pre-party fundraiser is a group of fans gathering before a Tragically Hip concert to meet up and make new friends, inspired by the Wishlist Foundation, a Pearl Jam fan-run organization. Add in a charitable cause, mix in a raffle and some merchandise available for a small donation and you’’ll be in good company with fellow fans doing a great thing!
Saturday, July 30 – Monday, August 1
This wonderful three day event in Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park is an opportunity to sample delicious ethnic food, see creative performances, shop for crafts and clothing, and learn a little bit more about the more than 60 countries that are represented.
More Info: http://heritagefest.ca/
Saturday, July 30 – Sunday, July 31
Like a garage sale for art, we’ve invited some of our favourite local artists to sell off some of their creations, or whatever they want to sell (unused art supplies, stuff they don’t want so they can buy more supplies…). We’ve got a square reader so credit cards will be accepted, there will be homemade lemonade, and probably a few rounds of lawn darts. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, August 4, 7 pm
An exciting new six part documentary series about how Edmontonians are creatively going green in our fair city. The Edmonton Permaculture Guild in partnership with Company of Women on the Screen is pleased to announce the debut screening. Sustainable Me looks at sustainability in a new light; exploring how small personal life changes can have a ripple effect contributing to a greener future.
Friday, August 5 – Sunday, August 7
Carnival arts offers all of us a dynamic tool for self-expression and exploration. A tool to develop new forms of looking at the world and its cultures. Join us for our Cariwest Festival, August 5-7, 2016 for fun, sun and lots of colour in downtown Edmonton.
More Info: http://cariwest.ca/
Saturday, August 6, 8 am – 12:30 pm
The Mosaic Centre
Cost: $135 – $535
the Fulfillment Workshop is a specialized workshop specifically designed for those who feel they have a purpose and calling in life to help people and/or organizations: Purpose-driven individuals called to make a difference and make an impact.
Saturday, August 6, 6 pm – 8 pm
Join us at Alberta’s 5th Annual Hate to Hope March and Rally. A continued promise to break down social barriers and celebrate what’s most important our humanity. We need to continue making our great province inclusive and welcoming. This event is to celebrate diversity in Alberta.
Friday, August 11, 6 pm
McCauley School Orchard
We are aiming to have one of the biggest potlucks that this city has ever seen so whip up your favourite dish and join us in celebrating local food initiatives, and our amazing community. Tell your friends, bring your family and invite your neighbour from across the street.
Thursday, August 11 – Sunday, August 22
With more than 1,500 live theatre performances across 44 venues, everyone is certain to find their Fringe. After a show, grab a beer from a festival patio, a snack from a vendor, and catch buskers and live shows at one of our three free outdoor stages.
More Info: http://www.fringetheatre.ca/