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Thursday, July 13, 5 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday, August 8, 5 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday, August 15, 5 pm – 8 pm
Mill Creek Ravine
Sold out consistently each year, join Robert 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 repellent and good walking shoes.
Wednesday, April 26, 5 pm – 8 pm
Chateau Lacombe Hotel
Celebrate the success of people with disabilities of all ages, raise awareness about the needs of families requiring respite and to raise funds for the AdaptAbilities’ Bursary Fund.
Friday, April 28, 11 am – 3:30 pm
Earth’s General Store
Join us on Friday, April 28th for lunch! We’ll be downtown at Earth’s General Store for one last lunch pop-up before food truck season begins! Our first food truck service will be at the 124 Grand Market on Thursday, May 11. Cash only, cash back is available from EGS with $5 purchase. We’ll post our menu the week of the event. Hope to see ya there.
Friday, April 28 – Sunday, April 30
Al Rashid Mosque
Beginners Arabic Calligraphy Workshop Focusing on Thuluth Script. This workshop is designed with beginners in mind and will kick start your journey to learning this prestigious art from absolute scratch.
More Info: myqalam.ca/edmonton
Friday, April 28, 7 pm – 9 pm
Forest Terrace Heights Community
Come join MLA Marlin Schmidt and a panel of guests for a discussion on maximizing the energy efficiency of our homes and communities. Learn about the latest developments and programs in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Saturday, April 29 – Sunday, April 30
EPL is constantly adding new materials to our collection, and we put aside any excess materials for our very popular Book Sales. The Enterprise Square Library hosts six Book Sales a year to give the public the chance to get some great deals on books, CDs, DVDs, and more. Several times a year we also give you the chance to get these great deals at many of our Branches. Tell your friends and don’t miss out!
More Info: https://www.epl.ca/books2buy/
Saturday, April 29, Noon – 3 pm
We can resist and rise against the onslaught of climate change with a little voice and a bit of action. Join us at Churchill Square and march to the Legislature to join the international movement. This march is held as a sister march to DC’s Climate March, which is also occurring April 29. Join with the world in protecting the land we live on. This is an all ages, all inclusive event. Bring your best sign, water, and a bundle of positivity to make this day a great one.
Saturday, April 29, Noon – 4 pm
Ritchie Community League
Cost: $10 Suggested Donation
Founded in early 2015, Change Of Clothes aims to bring awareness to the fast fashion industry and provide facts and alternatives to the norm! In fact, we aim to make ethical, sustainable, and responsible fashion the norm. This year’s event is proudly organized by Flatter:Me Belts and Publicity Room.
Friday, May 5 – Sunday, May 7
Jane’s Walks are free, locally organized walking tours, in which people get together to explore, talk about and celebrate their neighbourhoods. Where more traditional tours are a bit like walking lectures, a Jane’s Walk is more of a walking conversation. Leaders share their knowledge, but also encourage discussion and participation among the walkers. Edmonton is a city of great neighbourhoods, an incredible diversity of parks, mature areas and growing suburbia, all with stories about what makes them unique.
More Info: http://janeswalk.org/canada/edmonton/
Saturday, May 6, 10am – 2 pm
Thinking about building a Garage Suite on your property? Ever wondered what it’s actually like inside a Garage Suite? Want to see some of Edmonton’s existing Garage Suites in person? We have lined up 5-7 different Garage Suites around the city for you to tour (interior and exterior).
Sunday, May 7, 11:30 am – 1 pm
Shaw Conference Centre
The eleventh annual Spirit of Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon is back in support of McDougall House. Enjoy live music and a fresh and exciting collection of fashions from Edmonton’s top local retailers. Guest models from all walks of life will partner to support McDougall House, a home of hope and healing, providing support and mentorship, empowering women on their healing journey as they recover from addictions.
Wednesday, May 10, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Vibrant Health Network
In this you will learn about the benefits of drinking kombucha You will learn how to make kombucha, and also how to make exotic flavours of kombucha. You will get to taste samples of 10-12 different flavours of kombucha. Take home a free scoby! You will be all set to start making your own kombucha at home economically. I also sell kombucha at the class to drink while your own brew is getting ready.
Saturday, May 13, 8 am – 4 pm
One day bike buy, sell and donate event!
Saturday, May 13, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
The Lodge (11034 124 Street)
Wild Heart Brunch Club is a local showcase featuring the best of Edmonton’s food, entertainment and maker scene. The event will return for its cabaret-style brunch and market; this time featuring a “high tea” edition just in time for Mother’s Day! The food will be a collaborative effort featuring popular local vendors. Before or after the high tea seating visit the bustling market area featuring local makers. For those who are looking to get a little bit creative, Brunch Club is introducing Workshops into the mix. Patrons can purchase tickets ahead of time or on site to create their own special gifts for Mother’s Day!
More Info: http://www.wearewildheart.com/
Saturday, May 13, 10 am – 3 pm
Dutch Canadian Centre
Welcome Spring at our Annual Dutch Street Market. Inside and outside vendors offering crafts, food, local produce, and more – you may find something special for Mother’s Day. Dutch treats like herring and krokets are available from our kitchen as well as those delicious poffertjes! Relax and enjoy the music and atmosphere outside or in the Club Room with a beverage from the bar. Everyone Welcome.
Sunday, May 14, Noon – 3 pm
Earth’s General Store Whyte Avenue
People will soon be propagating their seeds to get a head start on the growing season. Earth’s General Store wants people to grow more of their own food. We believe that growing, processing, cooking, and eating food from our own labour, our own land, our own imagination is healthy, nurturing, spiritually and physically connecting to nature, gives us an appreciation of what goes into growing food and saves you money. To kick off the growing season Earth’s General Store is having our Fifth annual gardening day (now called “Get Growing Day”). People will have the opportunity to purchase organic seedlings, apple trees, pear trees, fertilizers, soil, and a whole range of other items.
Sunday, May 14, Noon – 7 pm
We’re back for another year! Start the 2017 food truck season with all of your favourite trucks down outside of Northlands Expo Centre on Sunday, May 14th from 12-7PM! With music and family-friendly beer gardens, treat Mum to lunch or dinner and a fun afternoon out, and be sure to check back for more details as we get closer to the big day. Parking and event entry are completely FREE of charge – we’d rather you be able to try as many trucks as your stomach can handle!
Sunday, May 14, 1:30 pm – 4 pm
Old Timers Cabin
You are invited to an old-fashioned Victorian Tea Party to celebrate Mothers Day! Join us for this unique event hosted by the Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association in support of the Terra Centre for Teen Parents. While Moms are enjoying a sumptuous tea in the main cabin, children will be entertained with traditional games in the lower level.
Wednesday, May 17, 7 pm
Riverbend Community League
Do you have little kids who aren’t online yet? This is the perfect time to prepare yourself for when they do join that scary digital world! Join me for a conversation about what you can do NOW to raise digitally savvy kids, maximize their online success and keep them safe! There is an overwhelming amount of information out there. Alisa breaks it down into manageable, bite size pieces leaving you confident that you can handle and support your child in our digital world!