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City Council Executive Committee Meeting
Tue, Sep 1 10:30 am – 6:30 pm

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
STATUS REPORT
Municipal Development Corporation – Start Up Strategy
Visitability in Future Phases – Blatchford Residential Buildings
Home for Life Features – Limitations and Solutions
Economic Development Opportunities in Edmonton’s Business Revitalization Zones
Development Variances
Implications of the Alberta Wetlands Policy in the Edmonton Region – Alberta Wetland Policy Implementation and Program Options
Bylaw 17353 – A Bylaw to Amend the Procedures and Committees Bylaw 12300
Amendments to the Zoning Bylaw 12800 – Parking Requirements for Minor Eating and Drinking Establishments
Notice of Intention to Designate the Coates Residence as a Municipal Historic Resource
Notice of Intention to Designate the Yorath house as a Municipal Historic Resource
Authorization to Prepare a Neighbourhood Structure Plan – North Neighbourhood in the Decoteau Area Structure Plan
Terwillegar Park Footbridge – Licence of Occupation
Residence as a Factor in Civic Agency Recruitment and Selection
City of Edmonton Mentorship and Related Initiatives – Update
Project Watch – (D. Iveson)
Vehicle for Hire Update
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

City Hall, River Valley Room, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Drop-In Indoor Paintball
Tue, Sep 1 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Find all the details about these events on our website at http://edmontonpaintball.ca/walk-in-prices.phpUse this page to register and pay your fees.Ticket dates are non-transferable. If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 780-800-2324 or email info@edmontonpaintball.caIndoor Paintball in Edmonton

Edmonton Paintball Centre, 10010 107A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 4H8

City Council Executive Committee Meeting
Drop-In Indoor Paintball
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City Council Transportation Committee Meeting
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Alberta Government Climate Open House
Amarjeet Sohi Fundraising Dinner with Liberal Deputy Leader Ralph Goodale
Late Night Wednesdays

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City Council Transportation Committee Meeting
Wed, Sep 2 10:30 am – 6:30 pm

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
STATUS REPORT
Joint Road Traffic Safety Strategy – Education, Engineering, Enforcement, Evaluation and Engagement
Local Improvement Process – Decorative Streetlights Program
Bylaw 17299 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 96 Street NW and 97 Street NW
Bylaw 17300 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 73 Avenue NW and 76 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17301 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 71 Avenue NW and 73 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17302 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 71 Avenue NW and 73 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17303 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 71 Avenue NW and 73 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17304 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 69A Avenue NW and 71 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17305 Closure of vehicular access – 66 Street NW between 28 Avenue NW and 31 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17306 Closure of vehicular access – 66 Street NW between 28 Avenue NW and 31 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17307 Closure of vehicular access – 66 Street NW between 28 Avenue NW and 31 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17311 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 77 Avenue NW and 78 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17313 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 96 Street NW and 97 Street NW
Bylaw 17315 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 80 Avenue NW and 81 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17322 Closure of vehicular access – 95 Avenue NW between 91 Street NW and 92 Street NW
Bylaw 17323 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 96 Street NW and 97 Street NW
Bylaw 17324 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 96 Street NW and 97 Street NW
Bylaw 17325 Closure of vehicular access – Connors Road NW and 98 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17326 Closure of vehicular access – Connors Road NW and 98 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17327 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 76 Avenue NW and 77 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17328 Closure of vehicular access – Argyll Road NW between 81 Street NW and 86 Street NW
Bylaw 17329 Closure of vehicular access – 75 Street NW between 51 Avenue NW and Roper Road NW
Bylaw 17330 Closure of vehicular access – 75 Street NW between 51 Avenue NW and Roper Road NW
Bylaw 17331 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 95 Street NW and 96 Street NW
Bylaw 17332 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 95 Street NW and 96 Street NW
Bylaw 17333 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 95 Street NW and 96 Street NW
Bylaw 17334 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 82 Avenue NW and 84 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17335 Closure of vehicular access – 75 Street NW between McIntyre Road NW and Wagner Road NW
Bylaw 17349 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 79 Avenue NW and 80 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17308 Closure of vehicular access – 95 Avenue NW between 92 Street NW and Donnell Road NW
Bylaw 17309 Closure of vehicular access – 66 Street NW between 28 Avenue NW and 31 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17310 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 80 Avenue NW and 81 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17312 Closure of vehicular access – 102 Avenue NW between 96 Street NW and 97 Street NW
Bylaw 17314 Closure of vehicular access – 85 Street NW between 92 Avenue NW and 93 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17316 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 79 Avenue NW and 80 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17317 Closure of vehicular access – 83 Street NW between 79 Avenue NW and 80 Avenue NW
Bylaw 17318 Closure of vehicular access – 28 Avenue NW between Hewes Way NW and 66 Street NW
Bylaw 17319 Closure of vehicular access – 28 Avenue NW between Hewes Way NW and 66 Street NW
Bylaw 17320 Closure of vehicular access – Davies Road NW between 80 Street NW and Wagner Road NW
Bylaw 17321 Closure of vehicular access – 95 Avenue NW between 86 Street NW and 87 Street NW
Metro Line Update – Testing Results
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

City Hall, River Valley Room, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 2 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organization committed to creating a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton. We connect local farmers, producers and artisans who provide fresh, locally grown and made food and hand-made goods with our citizens, fostering relationships that create a greater sense of community and a stronger local economy. The SWEFM mission is to create a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton, creating strong relationships, communities and local economy. In addition to providing a place to shop for locally grown and made food and hand-made goods, this will be accomplished by providing a compelling and welcoming space, offering quality events and entertainment, and relevant and engaging programming. We also believe that this is accomplished by ensuring the success of our vendors by providing a favourable business environment, reasonable vendor fees, marketing and promotional support.

Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, South Parking Lot, 2051 Leger Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R 0R8

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 2 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come join us every Wednesday year round at the Sherwood Park Community Centre (new library building). With over 70 vendors, it is easy to find fresh local produce, meats, bread and baking- everything you need just in time for supper.While visiting, check out local artisans for some stunning jewelry, beautiful baby clothes and other lovely crafts. Maybe you need a few plants for the front flower beds, you are sure to find what you are looking for and maybe a little extra.At our market you are guaranteed to find local products made or grown by local producers. The Sherwood Park farmers’ market upholds the “You Make It, You Bake It, You Grow It, You Sell It” philosophy allowing customers to meet and talk to these local producers. Stopping by the market gives you the opportunity to see and sample the quality products that are made and grown right here. As Alberta Agriculture says “Customers can talk to the person that grew the carrots, raised the chicken, baked the bread, produced the jam, or knit the sweater”. For many of our vendors, the farmers market is their main retail opportunity.The market is a great way to enjoy high quality seasonal food in a great atmosphere. We have many concessions that offer a unique take on international flavours and locally produced foods. Meet up with friends and family to check out what we can add to your shopping experience.

Sherwood Park Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T8

Alberta Government Climate Open House
Wed, Sep 2 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Do you want to see more solar in Alberta? How bout more bikeable or walkable streets in our communities? Wish Alberta would diversify its economy and move away from fossil fuels? Or do you just want to see Alberta do its part to act on a growing climate crisis? Whatever your reason help shape Alberta’s future. Alberta Government Climate Open HouseWed, Sept 2, 5:30-8:30 pm Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference CentreGrand Ballroom, 11727 Kingsway Avenue(https://www.facebook.com/events/707257122744723/)The Alberta government is holding two forums to hear from Alberta’s on what their climate policy should be. The Edmonton forum is on Wed. Sept. 2nd, from 5:30 – 8:30 pm please be there to share your voice and invite your friends!Let’s help make the Alberta we want and need to see.(In the meantime take the survey (it takes 5 mins) at: https://climateleadershipsurvey.alberta.ca/ and share with your friends!)

Chateau Louis, 11727 Kingsway Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 3A1

Amarjeet Sohi Fundraising Dinner with Liberal Deputy Leader Ralph Goodale
Wed, Sep 2 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Please join Amarjeet Sohi and Liberal deputy leader and former Finance Minister Ralph Goodale for a fundraising supper to help support the Sohi Campaign. The price is 0, further donations are greatly appreciate. If the cost prevents you from attending the event please email campaign@sohi.ca and we will make arrangements with you.

Maharaja Banquet Hall, 9257 34A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 5T6

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Sep 2 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Exhibitions are open until 9 pm every Wednesday! Your AGA admission includes access to all current exhibitions through out the Gallery. Have a bite�on us! Enjoy a complimentary Art Eats appetizer plate with the purchase of a signature drink. Shop AGA is offering a special discount. On Wednesday nights only, get 20% off any purchase over .

Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2C1

City Council Transportation Committee Meeting
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
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124 Street Grand Market
Plant the Pond
Diner en Blanc

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124 Street Grand Market
Today 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Edmonton’s grandest market is back and bigger than ever!The 124 Grand Market combines everything Edmontonians love about summer: trendy food trucks, live entertainment, artists, crafts people, shopping, and of course, fresh and local foods, all in the ‘grand’ outdoors! 124 Grand Market provides a convenient and fun way to stock up on mid-week groceries while supporting local community producers, farmers and artisans.124 Grand Market aims to create an evening destination spot for the after-work crowd by also featuring live music & theatre, interactive art installations and the active participation of local 124th Street businesses.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Plant the Pond
Today 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The City of Edmonton has received a grant from TD Green Streets to support planting native trees and shrubs to to enhance the vegetation around a Stormwater Management Facility. The whole family can join in to help improve water quality, build wildlife habitat, and beautify one of Edmonton’s stormwater lakes located in The Hamptons community. Take action and learn about water quality, riparian vegetation and the insects and animals that make the pond their home! Find out how planting trees can help make everyone a little healthier and happier!

Doug Kelly Park, 57 Avenue & 208 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Diner en Blanc
Today 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Diner en Blanc – Edmonton returns on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 to mark the end of a super summer!The days tick by ever faster. Those days of enjoying the summer sun late into the evening are numbered. It has been a remarkable summer and we all enjoyed it to the fullest! It’s only August but already the temperature is dropping at night and the cardigans and sweaters are more and more numerous on evening strolls downtown. We experience this moment each year but it is always bittersweet. What to look forward to now that the summer departs? Hockey season of course! But not much else. Soon enough the summer will pass by and what will we have to mark it? An equinox date on a calender? No, that’s not good enough for the amazing people of Edmonton. We all need something with which to herald the end of our favorite season (besides Hockey Season) in style. Something to live in our memories – as the day that summer ended.Therefore, Edmonton, we have decided that this summer we need a send off of the most spectacular kind! This year we are announcing our biggest and grandest celebration of French culture and tradition that Edmonton has yet seen. That’s right, the now legendary Diner en Blanc is returning to Edmonton after a year long hiatus. This year we are very excited to take things to the next level – to leave the city stunned and delighted. Loving friends, fine food, traditional etiquettes, amazing music, and whole part of Edmonton turned “Blanc”. For one magical night we are looking to rejoin our friends, welcome new ones, and celebrate in the best way possible, the passing of a marvellous epoch. Edmonton! Find your most elegant whites, prepare well, and come and join us on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2015!! For the most memorable night of 2015 (you don’t and won’t remember NYE)!We’re looking forward to hosting everyone again and providing, with your assistance, the best Diner en Blanc – Edmonton yet!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

124 Street Grand Market
Plant the Pond
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City Manager and City Auditor Performance Review Committee
Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Park After Dark
Symphony in the City: Disney’s Fantasia

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City Manager and City Auditor Performance Review Committee
Fri, Sep 4 – Fri, Sep 4

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
Consulting Firm Interviews – Verbal report
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

City Hall, Councillors’ Boardroom, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Fri, Sep 4 11:00 am – 7:30 pm

After a successful 2014 Grand Final, the ITU’s World Triathlon Series Tour returns to Edmonton in 2015 as the penultimate stop before the 2015 Grand Final in Chicago.From Sept. 5-6, the world returns to Edmonton to race in scenic Hawrelak Park and through Edmonton’s expansive river valley. As a proven host of many major international sports events, Edmonton continues to build its reputation as Canada’s “triathlon city.”In addition to the elite races, the Edmonton race will showcase standard and sprint distance age group races over the weekend.

William Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Park After Dark
Fri, Sep 4 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The party hits the patio every Friday at Park After Dark. With live horse racing, fantastic food and drinks, great music and prizes to be won-summer nights have never felt so exciting. Dress to impress as you catch exciting racing action with a live DJ, great games and prizes.

Northlands Park, 7410 Borden Park Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4W9

Symphony in the City: Disney’s Fantasia
Fri, Sep 4 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

This Labour Day long weekend, ATB Financial and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra are excited to bring back the incredibly successful Symphony in the City! This event will be a chance for families to gather in a shared community experience in Churchill Square to celebrate our city’s summer festival season with an explosive finale.In 1940, Walt Disney showed that animated motion pictures can be much more than children�s cartoons with his classic film Fantasia – a magical blend of groundbreaking animation and great classical music. In 2000, Disney studios did it again with Fantasia 2000. Highlights of both classic films will be shown onscreen as Robert Bernhardt leads the ESO in live orchestral accompaniment. The movies come to life for thousands in Churchill Square. Come early, and save your seat!

Churchill Square, 10247 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

City Manager and City Auditor Performance Review Committee
Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
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Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
SONiC BOOM 2015
Edmonton Reggae Festival
Symphony in the City: Disney’s Fantasia

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Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Sat, Sep 5 6:30 am – 6:00 pm

After a successful 2014 Grand Final, the ITU’s World Triathlon Series Tour returns to Edmonton in 2015 as the penultimate stop before the 2015 Grand Final in Chicago.From Sept. 5-6, the world returns to Edmonton to race in scenic Hawrelak Park and through Edmonton’s expansive river valley. As a proven host of many major international sports events, Edmonton continues to build its reputation as Canada’s “triathlon city.”In addition to the elite races, the Edmonton race will showcase standard and sprint distance age group races over the weekend.

William Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Sep 5 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Every Saturday a bustling crowd in the heart of Edmonton’s historic Strathcona district unites in an atmosphere of festivity and community. Join other families, friends, foodies, shoppers, and adventure seekers who converge in a 19th Century historic building to shop for unique hand-made products, enjoy food at the height of its natural harvest time, and connect directly with local farmers who personally transport their goods to your plate.Over 130 of the finest food producers, artisans and growers bring a slice of rural life to the city as part of Edmonton’s only year round, indoor farmers’ market.

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market, 10310 83 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 5C3

SONiC BOOM 2015
Sat, Sep 5 12:30 pm – Sun, Sep 6 12:00 am

Edmonton’s alternative music festival, featuring Ellie Goulding, Alexisonfire, Hozier, Tenacious D, Mother Mother, Brandon Flowers, TV On The Radio, Tokyo Police Club, Rural Alberta Advantage, KONGOS, Big Data, St. Lucia, Robert DeLong, K-OS, Eagles of Death Metal, The Elwins, Gay Nineties, Young Empires, The Zolas, AND MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!

Borden Park, 7507 Borden Park Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton Reggae Festival
Sat, Sep 5 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Edmonton Reggae Festival Society presents Edmonton’s second annual Reggae Festival on Saturday September 5th, 2015, Labour Day long weekend at Louise McKinney Riverfront Park, Edmonton, Alberta.We are thrilled to present our second annual Reggae Festival after our successful inaugural event last year which boasted high attendance and rave reviews from the community and attendees of the festival.This one day family event is from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm showcasing a wide variety of musical talent, Caribbean food and merchandise. Headlining this year’s Festival, for the first time in Edmonton is the established Jamaican leading International dancehall reggae recording artist Capleton along with his Prophecy Band.The Festival stage will also see other well known International artists performers such as Queen Ifrica and I Wayne backed by Jamaica’s Riddim 2000 Band. We are also excited to showcase the renowned Jamaica sound system Bass Odessey who will be entertaining patrons with the best reggae and exclusive dub plates throughout the day. We have many talented Canadian artists to showcase with performances by Edmonton’s Souljah Fyah and Tasman Jude, as well as Montreal’s Jah Lex.There will be a variety of Caribbean cuisine available for sale such as patties, jerk chicken, rice and peas and many other mouth-watering Caribbean dishes. Other vendor stalls will be set up around the park offering food and merchandise available for purchase that will be sure to please everyone.This year’s Festival boasts a secured beer garden for the enjoyment of our adult patrons, with the hours of operation between 12:00 pm and 10:00 pm.A children’s activity area sponsored by Jamaican Association Northern Alberta (JANA) will be set up between 12:00 pm and 6:00 pm with face painting, snow cones, games and more to ensure the children also enjoy the Festival. We will be donating a portion of our profits to the Edmonton Food Bank and would like to encourage members of the general public to bring a non-perishable item to donate.Advance tickets are available at A Yah Mi Deh Restaurant, Shellshock420 outlets and Eventbrite.com

Louise McKinney Riverfront Park, 9529 Grierson Hill NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Symphony in the City: Disney’s Fantasia
Sat, Sep 5 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

This Labour Day long weekend, ATB Financial and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra are excited to bring back the incredibly successful Symphony in the City! This event will be a chance for families to gather in a shared community experience in Churchill Square to celebrate our city’s summer festival season with an explosive finale.In 1940, Walt Disney showed that animated motion pictures can be much more than children�s cartoons with his classic film Fantasia – a magical blend of groundbreaking animation and great classical music. In 2000, Disney studios did it again with Fantasia 2000. Highlights of both classic films will be shown onscreen as Robert Bernhardt leads the ESO in live orchestral accompaniment. The movies come to life for thousands in Churchill Square. Come early, and save your seat!

Churchill Square, 10247 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
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Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
SONiC BOOM 2015
French Quarter Grand Market
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Minnesota United FC vs. FC Edmonton

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Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Sun, Sep 6 6:30 am – 7:00 pm

After a successful 2014 Grand Final, the ITU’s World Triathlon Series Tour returns to Edmonton in 2015 as the penultimate stop before the 2015 Grand Final in Chicago.From Sept. 5-6, the world returns to Edmonton to race in scenic Hawrelak Park and through Edmonton’s expansive river valley. As a proven host of many major international sports events, Edmonton continues to build its reputation as Canada’s “triathlon city.”In addition to the elite races, the Edmonton race will showcase standard and sprint distance age group races over the weekend.

William Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 6 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Callingwood Farmers’ Market is Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday market. We offer the finest of locally grown fresh, organic produce and meats, delicious home made food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive hand made products and much more! Our vendors offer innovative and unique products that you will enjoy so much that you’ll keep coming back for more!The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the covered courtyard area of The Marketplace at Callingwood shopping centre on the corner of 69 Avenue and 178 Street. We are a stone’s throw from the Anthony Henday and Whitemud freeways, making us easily accessible from anywhere in Edmonton and surrounding area. Free, convenient parking is available in the shopping centre parking lot.Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market through Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. As an approved market we proudly display the Sunny Girl logo. This indicates that we have met the program guidelines, to ensure you that we are selling the best products.At the Callingwood Farmers’ Market our philosophy is that you make it, bake it, grow it and then sell it. We adhere to the 80/20 rule where 80% of our vendors sell products that they have either made, baked or grown. You can be assured that the majority of products purchased from the Callingwood market go to helping support our local economy.

The Marketplace at Callingwood, 6655 178 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J5

SONiC BOOM 2015
Sun, Sep 6 12:30 pm – Mon, Sep 7 12:00 am

Edmonton’s alternative music festival, featuring Ellie Goulding, Alexisonfire, Hozier, Tenacious D, Mother Mother, Brandon Flowers, TV On The Radio, Tokyo Police Club, Rural Alberta Advantage, KONGOS, Big Data, St. Lucia, Robert DeLong, K-OS, Eagles of Death Metal, The Elwins, Gay Nineties, Young Empires, The Zolas, AND MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!

Borden Park, 7507 Borden Park Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

French Quarter Grand Market
Sun, Sep 6 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2nd Grand Market location featuring fresh produce, prepared foods & a great compliment of artisan vendors in the French Quarter community.

La Cité Francophone, 8627 91 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 3N1

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 6 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

Minnesota United FC vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Sep 6 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

FC Edmonton is the professional soccer team in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. They play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and all home games for the 2015 season are at Clarke Stadium!FC Edmonton’s goal is to bring competitive soccer back into the hearts of Edmontonians! This will be done by our team providing exciting and entertaining soccer games in an environment that will appeal to the family or to the die-hard soccer fan!Matches consist of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break of 15 minutes. Stoppage time may be added to the end of each half at the referee’s discretion to compensate for delays during the game. In general, most games last just under two hours.Professional soccer takes place in the rain, but in the case of lightning, the game will be delayed until conditions are safe for play.

Joe Clarke Athletic Grounds, 11000 Stadium Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Tri-Edmonton: The Rally in the Valley
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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Labour Day
ATB Financial Family Ride supporting CASA
Tour of Alberta: Stage 6

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Labour Day
Mon, Sep 7

Labour Day in Canada is celebrated on the first Monday of September. It originally gave workers the chance to campaign for better working conditions or pay. The day is now part of a long weekend for many Canadians.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

ATB Financial Family Ride supporting CASA
Mon, Sep 7 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Get on your bikes on Monday, September 7, 2015 to celebrate the Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial and help raise funds for CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health at the ATB Financial Family Ride in support of CASA!Whether you are looking for a family outing, a team experience or just an opportunity to get outside and have some fun, get geared up with us! Costumes are encouraged for all riders to show off their style.The ride will begin with a mass start at Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton at 10:00 AM, and will loop back to finish at the starting point � the same finish line our Tour of Alberta teams will ride across only hours later!All you need is a bike, some creativity and a whole lot of spirit!

Churchill Square, 10247 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Tour of Alberta: Stage 6
Mon, Sep 7 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The 2015 Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial finishes in Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton. The final stage will feature the same course used in 2014, which saw South Africa’s Daryl Impey outsprint the Netherland’s Tom Dumoulin and Canada’s Ryan Anderson to capture the overall win by a mere second; this was the closest margin of victory on the world circuit in 2014. Stage 6′s circuit features three time bonuses, three Go Auto KOM sections, 11 climbs up the steep slope of Bellamy Hill, and a start and finish at Edmonton’s iconic Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Churchill Square, 10247 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Labour Day
ATB Financial Family Ride supporting CASA
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Social Media Seminar: LinkedIn
City Council Public Hearing
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Drop-In Indoor Paintball

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Social Media Seminar: LinkedIn
Tue, Sep 8 7:30 am – 10:30 am

Are you using your time productively on LinkedIn?Are you trying to connect with people but not getting any responses?Do you know the Dos and Dont’s of LinkedIn?Do you have a social media plan?Social Media Seminar: LinkedIn is a seminar developed for entrepreneurs looking to improve their time on LinkedIn, get better engagement, and help develop relationships which will lead to future sales. The material that will be presented has been used by the presenter to gain business and makes sales for various different projects.For 9, you will receive free parking at the parkade located beside the Varscona Hotel (Entrance on Whyte Ave), hot breakfast, ability to connect and network with fellow LinkedIn users from #yeg, the seminar, ability to download all presentation material and backup, and 1 hour of one-on-one coaching to go over your specific opportunities.Bring your laptop with you. Many of the tips and tricks will be done during the session and you will be asked to practice it yourself.Other seminars are also being offered on Twitter and Facebook.

Varscona Hotel On Whyte, 8208 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6R9

City Council Public Hearing
Tue, Sep 8 2:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Agenda:Bylaw 17355 – To allow for the development of medium and high density residential uses with opportunities for commercial uses, Desrochers
Bylaw 17356 – To provide the opportunity for the preservation of natural areas and parkland along the river, creeks and ravines for active and passive recreational uses and environmental protection, Gold Bar
Removal of Reserve Designation –
Amendment to the South Industrial Area Outline Plan
Bylaw 17358 – To allow the opportunity for businesses requiring a location with good visibility and accessibility along, or adjacent to, major public roadways, Parsons Industrial
Bylaw 17361 – To allow for high density, mixed-use development, Oliver
Bylaw 17362 – To allow for development of a low rise apartment, Strathearn
Bylaw 17370 – To allow for the development of medium intensity commerical uses with the opportunity for residential development when near a transit node and part of a mixed use development, Thorncliff
Bylaw 17345 – Amendment to the Pilot Sound Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17346 – Amendment to the McConachie Neighbourhood Structure Plan
Bylaw 17347 – To allow for the development of a grocery store with the opportunity for future additional commercial development, McConachie
Bylaw 17359 – To allow for residential development, Glenora
Bylaw 17368 – Amendment to the Blackburne Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17369 – To allow for the preservation of ravine lands, and development of medium density residential and park uses, Blackburne
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

City Hall, Council Chamber, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Tue, Sep 8 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

Drop-In Indoor Paintball
Tue, Sep 8 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Find all the details about these events on our website at http://edmontonpaintball.ca/walk-in-prices.phpUse this page to register and pay your fees.Ticket dates are non-transferable. If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 780-800-2324 or email info@edmontonpaintball.caIndoor Paintball in Edmonton

Edmonton Paintball Centre, 10010 107A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 4H8

Social Media Seminar: LinkedIn
City Council Public Hearing
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Ignite Edmonton Festival
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
The Yards Magazine Issue 4 Launch Party & Salon

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Ignite Edmonton Festival
Wed, Sep 9 9:00 am – 10:00 pm

The Ignite Edmonton Festival (formerly E-Town) explores finding intersections between culture, business, generations and teams; driving continuous innovation as a response to continuous disruption and changing markets; and, challenges our people and organizations to focus on outcomes that matter.Most conferences today are just about passively listening to speakers and networking breaks. At Ignitefest, we create opportunities to put ideas into action through breakouts, masterclasses, project labs and social spaces.Edmonton is home to some of the boldest and smartest entrepreneurs, executives, geeks, creatives, builders, and changemakers. Meet, share, and learn with 500+ of them at the Ignite Edmonton Festival!

Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N9

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 9 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Callingwood Farmers’ Market is Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday market. We offer the finest of locally grown fresh, organic produce and meats, delicious home made food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive hand made products and much more! Our vendors offer innovative and unique products that you will enjoy so much that you’ll keep coming back for more!The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the covered courtyard area of The Marketplace at Callingwood shopping centre on the corner of 69 Avenue and 178 Street. We are a stone’s throw from the Anthony Henday and Whitemud freeways, making us easily accessible from anywhere in Edmonton and surrounding area. Free, convenient parking is available in the shopping centre parking lot.Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market through Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. As an approved market we proudly display the Sunny Girl logo. This indicates that we have met the program guidelines, to ensure you that we are selling the best products.At the Callingwood Farmers’ Market our philosophy is that you make it, bake it, grow it and then sell it. We adhere to the 80/20 rule where 80% of our vendors sell products that they have either made, baked or grown. You can be assured that the majority of products purchased from the Callingwood market go to helping support our local economy.

The Marketplace at Callingwood, 6655 178 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J5

The Yards Magazine Issue 4 Launch Party & Salon
Wed, Sep 9 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Please join us for the launch of The Yards Fall 2015 issue. Meet the volunteers who put together the magazine every season, while enjoying a live podcast recording and conversation with Danny Hoyt of the Oliver Community League and Ian O’Donnell of the Downtown Edmonton Community League, about the surprising ways community leagues shape your neighbourhood. It’s an early celebration of Community League Day (Sept. 19).6pm – Doors open + cocktails. Hors d’oeuvres provided by Dovetail Catering.7pm – A live interview between editor Omar Mouallem community league ambassadors Danny Hoyt and Ian O’Donnell.8pm – Stick around for an evening of conversation and cocktails, while NVS provides music for the evening.Published by the non-profit Central Edmonton News Society in partnership with the Downtown Edmonton and Oliver Community Leagues, The Yards is the voice of these two communities and will be mailed to all Downtown and Oliver residents in December. The Yards is a hyper-local quarterly magazine focused on urban, community, cultural and social issues in central Edmonton.

Iconoclast Koffiehuis, 11807 105 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0L9

Ignite Edmonton Festival
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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Ignite Edmonton Festival
124 Street Grand Market
Uniquely Me 2015 Fashion Show & Fundraising Gala

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Ignite Edmonton Festival
Thu, Sep 10 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

The Ignite Edmonton Festival (formerly E-Town) explores finding intersections between culture, business, generations and teams; driving continuous innovation as a response to continuous disruption and changing markets; and, challenges our people and organizations to focus on outcomes that matter.Most conferences today are just about passively listening to speakers and networking breaks. At Ignitefest, we create opportunities to put ideas into action through breakouts, masterclasses, project labs and social spaces.Edmonton is home to some of the boldest and smartest entrepreneurs, executives, geeks, creatives, builders, and changemakers. Meet, share, and learn with 500+ of them at the Ignite Edmonton Festival!

Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N9

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Sep 10 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Edmonton’s grandest market is back and bigger than ever!The 124 Grand Market combines everything Edmontonians love about summer: trendy food trucks, live entertainment, artists, crafts people, shopping, and of course, fresh and local foods, all in the ‘grand’ outdoors! 124 Grand Market provides a convenient and fun way to stock up on mid-week groceries while supporting local community producers, farmers and artisans.124 Grand Market aims to create an evening destination spot for the after-work crowd by also featuring live music & theatre, interactive art installations and the active participation of local 124th Street businesses.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Uniquely Me 2015 Fashion Show & Fundraising Gala
Thu, Sep 10 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Edmonton Down Syndrome Society invites you to experience “90s Urban Settings”, at this year’s 4th annual Uniquely Me Fashion Show & Fundraising Gala.The Edmonton Down Syndrome Society (EDSS) is committed to supporting people with Down syndrome and their families, through programming, information, resources and connecting members with one another.

EPCOR, 10423 101 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0E8

Ignite Edmonton Festival
124 Street Grand Market
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What the Truck?! at Churchill Square
YEGfest
Kaleido Family Arts Festival

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What the Truck?! at Churchill Square
Fri, Sep 11 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

What the Truck?! is a celebration of food trucks and food truck culture in Edmonton! With creative chefs, tasty food, vibrant, accessible and pedestrian-friendly events, we’re helping to make Edmonton even more awesome.

Churchill Square, 10247 100 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

YEGfest
Fri, Sep 11 6:00 pm – 11:30 pm

YEGfest is a celebration of the local music, visual arts, and a variety of other performance arts. Featuring primarily local artists, YEGfest aims to connect create communities within the city.YEGfest is a multi-genre festival that features music inspired by the urban environment. What this means is that YEGfest is the only festival in the amphitheatre that hosts hip-hop and electronic sets while also providing indie, alternative, and experimental performances. Night Vision will be continuing the festivities deep into the night as they host the official YEGfest afterparty.YEGfest distinguishes itself through it’s use of visual art installations in the Amphitheatre. There will be a freewall where artists will create large pieces of graffiti live in front of the audience for the duration of the festival. At the top of the hill along the vendor boardwalk there will be an artisan market where artists can share, promote, and sell their creations.The Creative Clubhouse invites you to come experience colours and sounds from the city in the Heritage Amphitheatre – September 11 & 12, 2015.

William Hawrelak Park, Heritage Amphitheatre, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Kaleido Family Arts Festival
Fri, Sep 11 9:00 pm – Sat, Sep 12 12:00 am

Alberta Avenue comes alive with a free arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre, film, literary, and visual arts.Artists collide in an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces of 118th Avenue. You have the see it to believe it! Where won’t an artist be?Kaleido is produced by Arts on the Ave.

Alberta Avenue Community Centre, 9210 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0N2

What the Truck?! at Churchill Square
YEGfest
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City Market Downtown
Big Bin Event
Kaleido Family Arts Festival
YEGfest
Calgary Stampeders vs. Edmonton Eskimos

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City Market Downtown
Sat, Sep 12 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

The City Market Downtown is a farmer’s market that has been an integral part of Edmonton’s downtown for more than a century. We are a year-round market known for its friendly, open atmosphere and quality products delivered direct by friendly, local farmers, growers and artisans.

4th Street Promenade, 104 Street & Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1Z3

Big Bin Event
Sat, Sep 12 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting Big Bin Events for household items that can’t be set out for regular waste collection. Twelve weekend events will be held in various locations throughout the City.Accepted materials:Couches, chairs, mattresses, and other household furniture items too large for curbside pickupFridges, freezers, washers, dryers and other large household appliances (will be recycled)Computers, televisions and other household electronics (will be recycled)Non-accepted materials:Commercial WasteHousehold Hazardous Waste – please take to an Eco Station. They will be accepted at no cost.Residents are reminded to secure their load properly by tying large items to their vehicle and covering loose material with a tarp.If you have items that are in good condition and can be reused, you can donate them. The online Reuse and Recycling Directory will provide you with a list of charities, businesses and City services that can reuse, recycle or dispose of your unwanted household items.

Jasper Place Jubilee Park, 9200 160 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Kaleido Family Arts Festival
Sat, Sep 12 11:00 am – Sun, Sep 13 12:00 am

Alberta Avenue comes alive with a free arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre, film, literary, and visual arts.Artists collide in an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces of 118th Avenue. You have the see it to believe it! Where won’t an artist be?Kaleido is produced by Arts on the Ave.

Alberta Avenue Community Centre, 9210 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0N2

YEGfest
Sat, Sep 12 1:00 pm – 11:30 pm

YEGfest is a celebration of the local music, visual arts, and a variety of other performance arts. Featuring primarily local artists, YEGfest aims to connect create communities within the city.YEGfest is a multi-genre festival that features music inspired by the urban environment. What this means is that YEGfest is the only festival in the amphitheatre that hosts hip-hop and electronic sets while also providing indie, alternative, and experimental performances. Night Vision will be continuing the festivities deep into the night as they host the official YEGfest afterparty.YEGfest distinguishes itself through it’s use of visual art installations in the Amphitheatre. There will be a freewall where artists will create large pieces of graffiti live in front of the audience for the duration of the festival. At the top of the hill along the vendor boardwalk there will be an artisan market where artists can share, promote, and sell their creations.The Creative Clubhouse invites you to come experience colours and sounds from the city in the Heritage Amphitheatre – September 11 & 12, 2015.

William Hawrelak Park, Heritage Amphitheatre, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Calgary Stampeders vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Sat, Sep 12 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

The Edmonton Eskimo Football Club is the most successful franchise of the Canadian Football League modern era. Founded in 1949, the team, known for their Green and Gold colours, are 13-time Grey Cup champions, including the historic five-in-a-row from 1978 to 1982. Through our unwavering commitment to integrity, accessibility and passion, the Edmonton Eskimos deliver a sports and entertainment experience worthy of the City of Champions. As a community-owned team, we strive to make a positive and meaningful impact in the community and are committed to the development of amateur football across Northern Alberta.

Commonwealth Stadium, 11000 Stadium Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 4E2

City Market Downtown
Big Bin Event
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Big Bin Event
French Quarter Grand Market
Kaleido Family Arts Festival
Red Shoe Crawl: 124 Street
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. FC Edmonton
The Mask You Live In Screening Edmonton #UNMASKyeg

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Big Bin Event
Sun, Sep 13 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting Big Bin Events for household items that can’t be set out for regular waste collection. Twelve weekend events will be held in various locations throughout the City.Accepted materials:Couches, chairs, mattresses, and other household furniture items too large for curbside pickupFridges, freezers, washers, dryers and other large household appliances (will be recycled)Computers, televisions and other household electronics (will be recycled)Non-accepted materials:Commercial WasteHousehold Hazardous Waste – please take to an Eco Station. They will be accepted at no cost.Residents are reminded to secure their load properly by tying large items to their vehicle and covering loose material with a tarp.If you have items that are in good condition and can be reused, you can donate them. The online Reuse and Recycling Directory will provide you with a list of charities, businesses and City services that can reuse, recycle or dispose of your unwanted household items.

Jasper Place Jubilee Park, 9200 160 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

French Quarter Grand Market
Sun, Sep 13 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2nd Grand Market location featuring fresh produce, prepared foods & a great compliment of artisan vendors in the French Quarter community.

La Cité Francophone, 8627 91 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 3N1

Kaleido Family Arts Festival
Sun, Sep 13 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Alberta Avenue comes alive with a free arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre, film, literary, and visual arts.Artists collide in an environment of creative exploration and performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks, old spaces and new spaces of 118th Avenue. You have the see it to believe it! Where won’t an artist be?Kaleido is produced by Arts on the Ave.

Alberta Avenue Community Centre, 9210 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0N2

Red Shoe Crawl: 124 Street
Sun, Sep 13 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Red Shoe Crawl is a fundraising event in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities® Northern Alberta (RMHCNA).Come out and enjoy the best of 124th Street. In this one-day opportunity, you will try culinary delights from a variety of restaurants and shops on 124th Street to support RMHCNA.Tickets are only for adults, for children. Bring your friends and purchase an Adult Four Pack for only 0.If you have any questions about this exciting event, please contact Darcie Johnston at darcie@rmhcna.org or 780-439-5437 ext. 239.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 13 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Sep 13 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

FC Edmonton is the professional soccer team in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. They play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and all home games for the 2015 season are at Clarke Stadium!FC Edmonton’s goal is to bring competitive soccer back into the hearts of Edmontonians! This will be done by our team providing exciting and entertaining soccer games in an environment that will appeal to the family or to the die-hard soccer fan!Matches consist of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break of 15 minutes. Stoppage time may be added to the end of each half at the referee’s discretion to compensate for delays during the game. In general, most games last just under two hours.Professional soccer takes place in the rain, but in the case of lightning, the game will be delayed until conditions are safe for play.

Joe Clarke Athletic Grounds, 11000 Stadium Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

The Mask You Live In Screening Edmonton #UNMASKyeg
Sun, Sep 13 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Presented by Chelsey Smith, MEN Edmonton and YWCA EdmontonWhat: Film Screening and DiscussionWhere: Metro Cinema, Edmonton When: Sunday Sept. 13, 2015 Reception at 3:00 p.m. Film Starts: 3:30 p.m.Why: To explore the impact of the societal pressures and harmful stereotypes boys and men face.Join the conversation! #UNMASKyeg

Garneau Theatre, 8712 109 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2L5

Big Bin Event
French Quarter Grand Market
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There is a You in Value
Mon, Sep 14 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Simon Sinek was a virtual unknown until he delivered his TEDx Pugent Sound talk entitled How Great Leaders Inspire Action, available at (https://vimeo.com/86148687). The talk is one of the all-time most watched TED talks with more that 22 million views and it prompted Sinek to write his best selling book, Start With Why. Sinek went on to write a second book entitled Leaders East Last, which explores the personality traits of leaders who start with aligned higher purpose to motivate their team. The concept of servant leadership is prominent throughout all of this content. Sinek’s long time collaborator and business partner, Dave Mead will be the first speaker at our September IPDA events. David’s presentation will weave together the messages of Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last which both revolve around higher purpose, authenticity and servant leadership.Mike Abrashoff is the former commander of the US Navy destroyer USS Benfold. The US Navy collects thousands of KPIs used to measure and ranks the performance of every ship they have. When Mike took command of USS Benfold, it was ranked as the worst ship in the US Navy. Mike couldn’t change his crew, he couldn’t change his mission and he couldn’t ask for more money. So, he set about to build a high performance team by empowering his crew to continuously improve their situation within the command and control environment of the US Navy. If Sinek’s work establishes the “what” of higher purpose, authenticity and servant leadership, Abrashoff tells us the “how” in easy to understand terms. Mike’s message for today’s business leaders is that they don’t have to change their people; they have to first change themselves.Our final speaker at our September IPDA event will be Markku Allison who will directly connect the dots between the messages of Sinek/Abrashoff and the work that IPDA members have been doing in our local market. Today in Alberta there are companies driving ever-higher performance by connecting their employee’s work to a higher purpose. Today in Alberta, there are servant leaders who have learned how to move the needle by making other people powerfu every day. Markku’s closing talk is the proof that change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones that we have been waiting for; we are the change that we seek. This event is not just for those in the real estate industry; it’s open to anyone who wants to make a difference in their lives, businesses, communities and project teams!

Citadel Theatre, Maclab Theatre, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3C6

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Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Late Night Wednesdays

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Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 16 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Callingwood Farmers’ Market is Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday market. We offer the finest of locally grown fresh, organic produce and meats, delicious home made food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive hand made products and much more! Our vendors offer innovative and unique products that you will enjoy so much that you’ll keep coming back for more!The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the covered courtyard area of The Marketplace at Callingwood shopping centre on the corner of 69 Avenue and 178 Street. We are a stone’s throw from the Anthony Henday and Whitemud freeways, making us easily accessible from anywhere in Edmonton and surrounding area. Free, convenient parking is available in the shopping centre parking lot.Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market through Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. As an approved market we proudly display the Sunny Girl logo. This indicates that we have met the program guidelines, to ensure you that we are selling the best products.At the Callingwood Farmers’ Market our philosophy is that you make it, bake it, grow it and then sell it. We adhere to the 80/20 rule where 80% of our vendors sell products that they have either made, baked or grown. You can be assured that the majority of products purchased from the Callingwood market go to helping support our local economy.

The Marketplace at Callingwood, 6655 178 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J5

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 16 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organization committed to creating a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton. We connect local farmers, producers and artisans who provide fresh, locally grown and made food and hand-made goods with our citizens, fostering relationships that create a greater sense of community and a stronger local economy. The SWEFM mission is to create a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton, creating strong relationships, communities and local economy. In addition to providing a place to shop for locally grown and made food and hand-made goods, this will be accomplished by providing a compelling and welcoming space, offering quality events and entertainment, and relevant and engaging programming. We also believe that this is accomplished by ensuring the success of our vendors by providing a favourable business environment, reasonable vendor fees, marketing and promotional support.

Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, South Parking Lot, 2051 Leger Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R 0R8

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 16 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come join us every Wednesday year round at the Sherwood Park Community Centre (new library building). With over 70 vendors, it is easy to find fresh local produce, meats, bread and baking- everything you need just in time for supper.While visiting, check out local artisans for some stunning jewelry, beautiful baby clothes and other lovely crafts. Maybe you need a few plants for the front flower beds, you are sure to find what you are looking for and maybe a little extra.At our market you are guaranteed to find local products made or grown by local producers. The Sherwood Park farmers’ market upholds the “You Make It, You Bake It, You Grow It, You Sell It” philosophy allowing customers to meet and talk to these local producers. Stopping by the market gives you the opportunity to see and sample the quality products that are made and grown right here. As Alberta Agriculture says “Customers can talk to the person that grew the carrots, raised the chicken, baked the bread, produced the jam, or knit the sweater”. For many of our vendors, the farmers market is their main retail opportunity.The market is a great way to enjoy high quality seasonal food in a great atmosphere. We have many concessions that offer a unique take on international flavours and locally produced foods. Meet up with friends and family to check out what we can add to your shopping experience.

Sherwood Park Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T8

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Sep 16 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Exhibitions are open until 9 pm every Wednesday! Your AGA admission includes access to all current exhibitions through out the Gallery. Have a bite�on us! Enjoy a complimentary Art Eats appetizer plate with the purchase of a signature drink. Shop AGA is offering a special discount. On Wednesday nights only, get 20% off any purchase over .

Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2C1

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
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Western Canada Fashion Week
124 Street Grand Market
Edmonton Police Commission Public Meeting
Pecha Kucha Night 23
Italia with Gusto
Nerd Nite 21: Back to School Edition

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Western Canada Fashion Week
Thu, Sep 17 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Sep 17 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Edmonton’s grandest market is back and bigger than ever!The 124 Grand Market combines everything Edmontonians love about summer: trendy food trucks, live entertainment, artists, crafts people, shopping, and of course, fresh and local foods, all in the ‘grand’ outdoors! 124 Grand Market provides a convenient and fun way to stock up on mid-week groceries while supporting local community producers, farmers and artisans.124 Grand Market aims to create an evening destination spot for the after-work crowd by also featuring live music & theatre, interactive art installations and the active participation of local 124th Street businesses.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton Police Commission Public Meeting
Thu, Sep 17 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In order to maintain transparency and accountability to the citizens of Edmonton, the Edmonton Police Commission holds regular monthly meetings which are open to the public. Citizens are welcome to attend these public meetings and provide their input to the Commission about policing issues in their community.Public meetings will be held in the River Valley Room at City Hall (1 Sir Winston Churchill Square) at 6:00 pm.

City Hall, River Valley Room, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Pecha Kucha Night 23
Thu, Sep 17 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Pecha Kucha Night (PKN) 23 is an evening of inspiring and innovative thoughts. Derived from the Japanese phrase, “the sound of chit chat”, PKN is an international sensation where the region’s most engaged current and future leaders present their ideas.For PKN 23, Edmonton’s NextGen has teamed up with the Alberta Professional Planners Institute (APPI) and have built the event surrounding an urban planning feel. Attendees will hear five exciting and thought provoking urban planning presentations and also five other unique topics to round out an engaging and inspirational evening of idea-sharing.***Anyone who previously purchased their tickets has been reassigned general seats. People can pick up their ticket beginning on August 21st at 9:30am until September 16th at 5pm. Everyone who purchased a ticket must show two forms of ID. No tickets will be released unless the person whose name is associated with the ticket is in person and presents their ID. No exceptions.***

Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3C6

Italia with Gusto
Thu, Sep 17 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Purchase your tickets here for this year’s Italia with Gusto! Taking place on Thursday, September 17th at 7pm at David Morris Fine Cars (17407 111 Ave), this fundraiser will feature exclusive Italian wine samples, a silent and live auction, live entertainment and great Italian food! All money raised will go towards supporting the Edmonton Meals on Wheels subsidy program along with costs associated with meal transportation. This is the largest fundraising event for the organization, with over ,000 being raised at last year’s Italia with Gusto. For more info about this fundraising event, please call the Edmonton Meals on Wheels office at 780-429-2020.Big thanks to our sponsors Habitat Studio, CTV, Abbey Lane Homes, Nalco, Protostatix Engineering Consultants Inc., Roy Financial Services Inc., Servus Credit Union, MNP, Melcor and Save-On-Foods (Jasper Avenue) for helping us make this event happen.

David Morris Fine Cars, 17407 111 Aenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5S 0A1

Nerd Nite 21: Back to School Edition
Thu, Sep 17 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm

School’s back in, and so is Nerd Nite Edmonton! It’s our fourth season, and we wanted to kick things off with three juicy topics, and even juicier presenters. Join us for an evening reunion that will include geeky trivia, weird and possibly exciting prizes, and hopefully none of your Nerd Bosses in a onesie! An evening of politics, ancient foreskin, and chemistry!Be there AND be square.

Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3C6

Western Canada Fashion Week
124 Street Grand Market
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Western Canada Fashion Week
Fri, Sep 18 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

Western Canada Fashion Week
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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Big Bin Event
Tibetan Bazaar
CornFest 2015
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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Sep 19 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Every Saturday a bustling crowd in the heart of Edmonton’s historic Strathcona district unites in an atmosphere of festivity and community. Join other families, friends, foodies, shoppers, and adventure seekers who converge in a 19th Century historic building to shop for unique hand-made products, enjoy food at the height of its natural harvest time, and connect directly with local farmers who personally transport their goods to your plate.Over 130 of the finest food producers, artisans and growers bring a slice of rural life to the city as part of Edmonton’s only year round, indoor farmers’ market.

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market, 10310 83 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 5C3

Big Bin Event
Sat, Sep 19 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting Big Bin Events for household items that can’t be set out for regular waste collection. Twelve weekend events will be held in various locations throughout the City.Accepted materials:Couches, chairs, mattresses, and other household furniture items too large for curbside pickupFridges, freezers, washers, dryers and other large household appliances (will be recycled)Computers, televisions and other household electronics (will be recycled)Non-accepted materials:Commercial WasteHousehold Hazardous Waste – please take to an Eco Station. They will be accepted at no cost.Residents are reminded to secure their load properly by tying large items to their vehicle and covering loose material with a tarp.If you have items that are in good condition and can be reused, you can donate them. The online Reuse and Recycling Directory will provide you with a list of charities, businesses and City services that can reuse, recycle or dispose of your unwanted household items.

Southwest District Yard, 6609 Gateway Boulevard NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6H 2J1

Tibetan Bazaar
Sat, Sep 19 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Tibetan Bazaar is a unique celebration of the Tibetan culture – the only annual celebration of its kind in central and northern Alberta. For the past 23 years our society has hosted this festival which has grown in popularity each year; last year we hosted 1000 people over the weekend. Festival attendees can shop in the Himalayan market, sample delicious Tibetan food including our famous and delicious momos (steamed dumplings), win door prizes and receive teachings and advice from our spiritual director Kushok Lobsang Dhamchöe. The marketplace is a wonderful place to find unique imported gifts including handmade Tibetan wool carpets, hand-woven textiles, carved wooden décor, unique jewellery, traditional and modern art, meditation supplies, books, CDs/DVDs, and Tibetan ritual items including singing bowls, incense burners, prayer beads, bells, cymbals and more.Admission is at the door. Children age 11 and younger are admitted free of charge.

Alberta Avenue Community Centre, 9210 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0N2

CornFest 2015
Sat, Sep 19 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us as we celebrate EFCL Day at our Annual CornFest on Saturday, September 19, 11 am – 3 pm at Beaverhills House Park (Jasper Avenue & 105 Street)!Enjoy free Alberta corn-on-the-cob, crafts for kids, and music. Come on down and meet your downtown neighbours!Find our DECL booth and get your 2015-16 membership! Renewing members will be entered for door prizes!If you’d like to help out by volunteering, please contact us at my_decl@telus.net.I Heart Yegdt!

Beaver Hills House Park, 10404 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Western Canada Fashion Week
Sat, Sep 19 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
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Big Bin Event
Sun, Sep 20 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting Big Bin Events for household items that can’t be set out for regular waste collection. Twelve weekend events will be held in various locations throughout the City.Accepted materials:Couches, chairs, mattresses, and other household furniture items too large for curbside pickupFridges, freezers, washers, dryers and other large household appliances (will be recycled)Computers, televisions and other household electronics (will be recycled)Non-accepted materials:Commercial WasteHousehold Hazardous Waste – please take to an Eco Station. They will be accepted at no cost.Residents are reminded to secure their load properly by tying large items to their vehicle and covering loose material with a tarp.If you have items that are in good condition and can be reused, you can donate them. The online Reuse and Recycling Directory will provide you with a list of charities, businesses and City services that can reuse, recycle or dispose of your unwanted household items.

Southwest District Yard, 6609 Gateway Boulevard NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6H 2J1

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 20 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Callingwood Farmers’ Market is Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday market. We offer the finest of locally grown fresh, organic produce and meats, delicious home made food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive hand made products and much more! Our vendors offer innovative and unique products that you will enjoy so much that you’ll keep coming back for more!The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the covered courtyard area of The Marketplace at Callingwood shopping centre on the corner of 69 Avenue and 178 Street. We are a stone’s throw from the Anthony Henday and Whitemud freeways, making us easily accessible from anywhere in Edmonton and surrounding area. Free, convenient parking is available in the shopping centre parking lot.Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market through Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. As an approved market we proudly display the Sunny Girl logo. This indicates that we have met the program guidelines, to ensure you that we are selling the best products.At the Callingwood Farmers’ Market our philosophy is that you make it, bake it, grow it and then sell it. We adhere to the 80/20 rule where 80% of our vendors sell products that they have either made, baked or grown. You can be assured that the majority of products purchased from the Callingwood market go to helping support our local economy.

The Marketplace at Callingwood, 6655 178 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J5

Tibetan Bazaar
Sun, Sep 20 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Tibetan Bazaar is a unique celebration of the Tibetan culture – the only annual celebration of its kind in central and northern Alberta. For the past 23 years our society has hosted this festival which has grown in popularity each year; last year we hosted 1000 people over the weekend. Festival attendees can shop in the Himalayan market, sample delicious Tibetan food including our famous and delicious momos (steamed dumplings), win door prizes and receive teachings and advice from our spiritual director Kushok Lobsang Dhamchöe. The marketplace is a wonderful place to find unique imported gifts including handmade Tibetan wool carpets, hand-woven textiles, carved wooden décor, unique jewellery, traditional and modern art, meditation supplies, books, CDs/DVDs, and Tibetan ritual items including singing bowls, incense burners, prayer beads, bells, cymbals and more.Admission is at the door. Children age 11 and younger are admitted free of charge.

Alberta Avenue Community Centre, 9210 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0N2

French Quarter Grand Market
Sun, Sep 20 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2nd Grand Market location featuring fresh produce, prepared foods & a great compliment of artisan vendors in the French Quarter community.

La Cité Francophone, 8627 91 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 3N1

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 20 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

Western Canada Fashion Week
Sun, Sep 20 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

Big Bin Event
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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City Council Public Hearing
Mon, Sep 21 2:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Agenda:Bylaw 17357 – To allow for the development of a stormwater management pond and police facilities, Goodridge Corners
Bylaw 17384 – To allow for aging-in-place through the expansion of the list of uses, Kensington
Bylaw 17385 – To allow for small-scale conversion, infill redevelopment or subdivision, Prince Charles
Bylaw 17388 – To allow for low and medium residential uses and the development of a public park, Cy Becker
Bylaw 17371 – To allow for the continued use of school and park sites, Northwest
Bylaw 17372 – To allow for the continued use of school and park sites, Southeast Edmonton
Bylaw 17360 – Amendment to the Rosenthal Neighbouhood Structure Plan
Bylaw 17381 – Amendment to the Yellowhead Corridor Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17382 – To allow for the development of a new transit garage, Yellowhead Corridor East
Bylaw 17386 – To allow for small scale residential infill redevelopment, McKernan
Bylaw 17387 – Text amendment to Section 980 of the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw
Bylaw 17154 – To allow for the development of Medium Density Residential uses in the form of Row Housing, Glenora
Bylaw 17375 – Text Amendment to the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw
Bylaw 17376 – Amendment to the Capital City Downtown Plan
Bylaw 17377 – To provide the opportunity for three residential towers (48, 42 and 45 storeys respectively) above a six storey, Mixed Use Podium
Bylaw 17379 – To allow for mid rise, mixed-use development, Windsor Park
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

City Hall, Council Chamber, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7

Western Canada Fashion Week
Mon, Sep 21 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

City Council Public Hearing
Western Canada Fashion Week
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National Forest Week Celebration
Tue, Sep 22 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Celebrate National Forest Week with Root for Trees! Enjoy the great outdoors and learn about the many benefits of the urban forest. Each day will be filled with activities for all ages, including:Seedling give-away! Learn more about native species of Edmonton and take a seedling home for your garden.Nature themed photo booth! Tweet your photo with #RootForTrees to be entered in a daily prize draw.Ask a tree expert! An opportunity to ask a City of Edmonton forester your question about trees. Topics can include, but are not limited to general tree care, pruning, how to plant, and pest management.yegTreeMap! Discover how to grow and use an online database of trees in Edmonton.Heritage Trees! Hear the stories behind unique and historical trees in Edmonton.

John Janzen Nature Centre, 7000 143 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Western Canada Fashion Week
Tue, Sep 22 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

National Forest Week Celebration
Western Canada Fashion Week
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National Forest Week Celebration
Wed, Sep 23 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Celebrate National Forest Week with Root for Trees! Enjoy the great outdoors and learn about the many benefits of the urban forest. Each day will be filled with activities for all ages, including:Seedling give-away! Learn more about native species of Edmonton and take a seedling home for your garden.Nature themed photo booth! Tweet your photo with #RootForTrees to be entered in a daily prize draw.Ask a tree expert! An opportunity to ask a City of Edmonton forester your question about trees. Topics can include, but are not limited to general tree care, pruning, how to plant, and pest management.yegTreeMap! Discover how to grow and use an online database of trees in Edmonton.Heritage Trees! Hear the stories behind unique and historical trees in Edmonton.

TELUS World of Science, 11211 142 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5M 4A1

Western Canada Fashion Week
Wed, Sep 23 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

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National Forest Week Celebration
Thu, Sep 24 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Celebrate National Forest Week with Root for Trees! Enjoy the great outdoors and learn about the many benefits of the urban forest. Each day will be filled with activities for all ages, including:Seedling give-away! Learn more about native species of Edmonton and take a seedling home for your garden.Nature themed photo booth! Tweet your photo with #RootForTrees to be entered in a daily prize draw.Ask a tree expert! An opportunity to ask a City of Edmonton forester your question about trees. Topics can include, but are not limited to general tree care, pruning, how to plant, and pest management.yegTreeMap! Discover how to grow and use an online database of trees in Edmonton.Heritage Trees! Hear the stories behind unique and historical trees in Edmonton.

Government House Park, 9938 Groat Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Sep 24 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Edmonton’s grandest market is back and bigger than ever!The 124 Grand Market combines everything Edmontonians love about summer: trendy food trucks, live entertainment, artists, crafts people, shopping, and of course, fresh and local foods, all in the ‘grand’ outdoors! 124 Grand Market provides a convenient and fun way to stock up on mid-week groceries while supporting local community producers, farmers and artisans.124 Grand Market aims to create an evening destination spot for the after-work crowd by also featuring live music & theatre, interactive art installations and the active participation of local 124th Street businesses.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Western Canada Fashion Week
Thu, Sep 24 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

National Forest Week Celebration
124 Street Grand Market
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National Forest Week Celebration
Fri, Sep 25 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Celebrate National Forest Week with Root for Trees! Enjoy the great outdoors and learn about the many benefits of the urban forest. Each day will be filled with activities for all ages, including:Seedling give-away! Learn more about native species of Edmonton and take a seedling home for your garden.Nature themed photo booth! Tweet your photo with #RootForTrees to be entered in a daily prize draw.Ask a tree expert! An opportunity to ask a City of Edmonton forester your question about trees. Topics can include, but are not limited to general tree care, pruning, how to plant, and pest management.yegTreeMap! Discover how to grow and use an online database of trees in Edmonton.Heritage Trees! Hear the stories behind unique and historical trees in Edmonton.

Beaver Hills House Park, 10404 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Western Canada Fashion Week
Fri, Sep 25 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

Viva Brazil! @ AGA
Fri, Sep 25 9:30 pm – Sat, Sep 26 12:00 am

Have you ever wanted to travel to Brazil? Now is your opportunity! Join us for an evening of immersion in Brazilian culture at the AGA!Viva Brazil!, which will be held Friday evening, September 25 at the Art Gallery of Alberta, will be Edmonton’s premier celebration of Brazilian culture in 2015. Covering a broad variety of art forms, including dance, capoeira, live music, paint, photography—this artists’ showcase will take guests on an unforgettable journey from the African roots of Brazilian culture to the diverse contemporary artistic expressions which can be found across the country today.Early bird tickets (until July 25)- Regular price (after July 25) – Students (after July 25) – Tickets will be available in June at www.sambaedmonton.ca

Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2C1

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City Market Downtown
BC Lions vs. Edmonton Eskimos
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Edmonton Chinatown Conference
Sat, Sep 26 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

We have invited Edmonton’s best experts in the areas of public safety, city planning, economic development and community engagement as speakers and panelists for our conference.We also have invited guests from outside of Alberta who have worked on developing their own Chinatowns, to come and share their experiences as we look to develop ours.Throughout the conference, we will be collecting your ideas for Edmonton’s Chinatown Plan, and all of them will be presented to the Chinatown Plan Project Manager.When you hear a great idea, write it down on one of our note cards!On the final day of the conference, the Chinatown Plan Project Manager will facilitate discussion on major ideas presented the day before.The Project Manager will highlight some of the best ideas, evaluate them, and we might even see them in the final plan!

University of Alberta, Education Building, 114 Street & 89 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2M7

City Market Downtown
Sat, Sep 26 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

The City Market Downtown is a farmer’s market that has been an integral part of Edmonton’s downtown for more than a century. We are a year-round market known for its friendly, open atmosphere and quality products delivered direct by friendly, local farmers, growers and artisans.

4th Street Promenade, 104 Street & Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1Z3

BC Lions vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Sat, Sep 26 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Edmonton Eskimo Football Club is the most successful franchise of the Canadian Football League modern era. Founded in 1949, the team, known for their Green and Gold colours, are 13-time Grey Cup champions, including the historic five-in-a-row from 1978 to 1982. Through our unwavering commitment to integrity, accessibility and passion, the Edmonton Eskimos deliver a sports and entertainment experience worthy of the City of Champions. As a community-owned team, we strive to make a positive and meaningful impact in the community and are committed to the development of amateur football across Northern Alberta.

Commonwealth Stadium, 11000 Stadium Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 4E2

Western Canada Fashion Week
Sat, Sep 26 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets.We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 2G9

Edmonton Chinatown Conference
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Edmonton Chinatown Conference
Sun, Sep 27 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

We have invited Edmonton’s best experts in the areas of public safety, city planning, economic development and community engagement as speakers and panelists for our conference.We also have invited guests from outside of Alberta who have worked on developing their own Chinatowns, to come and share their experiences as we look to develop ours.Throughout the conference, we will be collecting your ideas for Edmonton’s Chinatown Plan, and all of them will be presented to the Chinatown Plan Project Manager.When you hear a great idea, write it down on one of our note cards!On the final day of the conference, the Chinatown Plan Project Manager will facilitate discussion on major ideas presented the day before.The Project Manager will highlight some of the best ideas, evaluate them, and we might even see them in the final plan!

University of Alberta, Education Building, 114 Street & 89 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2M7

French Quarter Grand Market
Sun, Sep 27 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

2nd Grand Market location featuring fresh produce, prepared foods & a great compliment of artisan vendors in the French Quarter community.

La Cité Francophone, 8627 91 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 3N1

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Sep 27 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

New York Cosmos vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Sep 27 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

FC Edmonton is the professional soccer team in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. They play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and all home games for the 2015 season are at Clarke Stadium!FC Edmonton’s goal is to bring competitive soccer back into the hearts of Edmontonians! This will be done by our team providing exciting and entertaining soccer games in an environment that will appeal to the family or to the die-hard soccer fan!Matches consist of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break of 15 minutes. Stoppage time may be added to the end of each half at the referee’s discretion to compensate for delays during the game. In general, most games last just under two hours.Professional soccer takes place in the rain, but in the case of lightning, the game will be delayed until conditions are safe for play.

Joe Clarke Athletic Grounds, 11000 Stadium Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton Chinatown Conference
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Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Tue, Sep 29 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market is Edmonton’s newest market, serving the North-East area of the city. We are in operation starting June 2, 2015, on Tuesdays from 4:00 – 8:00 pm, and Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.Our goal is to provide the north east Edmonton region with a marketplace that encourages the local community to support a “Buy Local” philosophy and at the same time provide access to high quality, fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce in a convenient location. Through this philosophy we hope to raise community awareness about the benefits of eating healthy, and the importance of supporting a sustainable agricultural community.

Kingsway Legion, 14339 50 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 0S9

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Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 30 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Callingwood Farmers’ Market is Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday market. We offer the finest of locally grown fresh, organic produce and meats, delicious home made food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive hand made products and much more! Our vendors offer innovative and unique products that you will enjoy so much that you’ll keep coming back for more!The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is conveniently located in the covered courtyard area of The Marketplace at Callingwood shopping centre on the corner of 69 Avenue and 178 Street. We are a stone’s throw from the Anthony Henday and Whitemud freeways, making us easily accessible from anywhere in Edmonton and surrounding area. Free, convenient parking is available in the shopping centre parking lot.Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market through Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. As an approved market we proudly display the Sunny Girl logo. This indicates that we have met the program guidelines, to ensure you that we are selling the best products.At the Callingwood Farmers’ Market our philosophy is that you make it, bake it, grow it and then sell it. We adhere to the 80/20 rule where 80% of our vendors sell products that they have either made, baked or grown. You can be assured that the majority of products purchased from the Callingwood market go to helping support our local economy.

The Marketplace at Callingwood, 6655 178 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J5

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 30 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organization committed to creating a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton. We connect local farmers, producers and artisans who provide fresh, locally grown and made food and hand-made goods with our citizens, fostering relationships that create a greater sense of community and a stronger local economy. The SWEFM mission is to create a community gathering place for the residents of southwest Edmonton, creating strong relationships, communities and local economy. In addition to providing a place to shop for locally grown and made food and hand-made goods, this will be accomplished by providing a compelling and welcoming space, offering quality events and entertainment, and relevant and engaging programming. We also believe that this is accomplished by ensuring the success of our vendors by providing a favourable business environment, reasonable vendor fees, marketing and promotional support.

Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, South Parking Lot, 2051 Leger Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R 0R8

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Sep 30 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come join us every Wednesday year round at the Sherwood Park Community Centre (new library building). With over 70 vendors, it is easy to find fresh local produce, meats, bread and baking- everything you need just in time for supper.While visiting, check out local artisans for some stunning jewelry, beautiful baby clothes and other lovely crafts. Maybe you need a few plants for the front flower beds, you are sure to find what you are looking for and maybe a little extra.At our market you are guaranteed to find local products made or grown by local producers. The Sherwood Park farmers’ market upholds the “You Make It, You Bake It, You Grow It, You Sell It” philosophy allowing customers to meet and talk to these local producers. Stopping by the market gives you the opportunity to see and sample the quality products that are made and grown right here. As Alberta Agriculture says “Customers can talk to the person that grew the carrots, raised the chicken, baked the bread, produced the jam, or knit the sweater”. For many of our vendors, the farmers market is their main retail opportunity.The market is a great way to enjoy high quality seasonal food in a great atmosphere. We have many concessions that offer a unique take on international flavours and locally produced foods. Meet up with friends and family to check out what we can add to your shopping experience.

Sherwood Park Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T8

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Sep 30 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Exhibitions are open until 9 pm every Wednesday! Your AGA admission includes access to all current exhibitions through out the Gallery. Have a bite�on us! Enjoy a complimentary Art Eats appetizer plate with the purchase of a signature drink. Shop AGA is offering a special discount. On Wednesday nights only, get 20% off any purchase over .

Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2C1

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
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124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Oct 1 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Edmonton’s grandest market is back and bigger than ever!The 124 Grand Market combines everything Edmontonians love about summer: trendy food trucks, live entertainment, artists, crafts people, shopping, and of course, fresh and local foods, all in the ‘grand’ outdoors! 124 Grand Market provides a convenient and fun way to stock up on mid-week groceries while supporting local community producers, farmers and artisans.124 Grand Market aims to create an evening destination spot for the after-work crowd by also featuring live music & theatre, interactive art installations and the active participation of local 124th Street businesses.

124 Street Bus Loop, 124 Street & 108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Happy City: NextGen Presents Charles Montgomery
Thu, Oct 1 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Happy City: Your City, Your Life Edmonton’s NextGen is proud to present an evening with Charles Montgomery!Join us for an evening of learning as we hear from Charles Montgomery, author of the award-winning book, Happy City, and founder of the consultancy of the same name. Learn about community partners within our city, and have a chance to network and meet new people!Charles Montgomery creates transformative conversations about cities, science, and human well-being and helps planners, city builders and regular people find new ways to see and change the world around them.Charles is an urban experimentalist who looks at how we can be happier in cities and looks for answers at the intersection of urban design and the new science of happiness. He explores the link between the ways we design our cities and the ways we think, feel, and act. His work demonstrates how each of us can change our own lives by changing our relationship with the cities we inhabit.Hosted by Mark Connolly with CBC Radio, this is sure to be a thought-provoking evening! When: Thursday, October 1, 2015Time: 6:00 pm (Doors) , 7:00 pm (Speaking Engagement with Charles) Where: The Heart, 9-100 Robbins Health Learning Centre, MacEwan UniversityBuy your tickets before September 17 and you will be entered to win 1 of 50 Happy City: Transforming Our Lives Through Urban Design books courtesy of CITYlab! Following the talk there will be a Q&A and book signing. There will also be a community fair showcasing YEG projects and organizations, a cash bar, light food and music by DJ Thomas Culture.

Robbins Health Learning Centre, The Heart, 10910 104 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5B3

124 Street Grand Market
Happy City: NextGen Presents Charles Montgomery
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Edmonton Oktoberfest
Fri, Oct 2 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Edmonton Oktoberfest is a celebration of beer, food, music, games, tradition and community.The event will have authentic Bavarian style booths pouring authentic Bavarian style beers. We’ve also added a local twist to our event. Because in Munich, Oktoberfest is a celebration of local beers, we’ve decided it is only right for us to celebrate the great local beers of Edmonton and area. All breweries from Alberta will be pouring their delicious brews as well.On top of that, we have amazing local eateries, pubs and restaurants serving up their delicious fare. Everyone who comes into the event will get to sample the beer and food. We will have an authentic Oompa band as well as other live entertainment throughout both evenings of the event.We hope you will come out and help build another great Edmonton tradition!

Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2N5

Edmonton Oktoberfest
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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Edmonton Reptile & Amphibian Society: Fall Show
Edmonton Oktoberfest

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Oct 3 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Every Saturday a bustling crowd in the heart of Edmonton’s historic Strathcona district unites in an atmosphere of festivity and community. Join other families, friends, foodies, shoppers, and adventure seekers who converge in a 19th Century historic building to shop for unique hand-made products, enjoy food at the height of its natural harvest time, and connect directly with local farmers who personally transport their goods to your plate.Over 130 of the finest food producers, artisans and growers bring a slice of rural life to the city as part of Edmonton’s only year round, indoor farmers’ market.

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market, 10310 83 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 5C3

Edmonton Reptile & Amphibian Society: Fall Show
Sat, Oct 3 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Come out and learn about species of reptiles and amphibians from around the world! The ERAS Fall Show & Sale provides an excellent opportunity to learn more about reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and the proper care needed to keep your pet happy and healthy. The Show will feature a wide variety of reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates on display. Many animals will also be for sale by local breeders, as well as tanks, supplies, feeders, and more!

Sands Hotel, 12340 Fort Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4H5

Edmonton Oktoberfest
Sat, Oct 3 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Edmonton Oktoberfest is a celebration of beer, food, music, games, tradition and community.The event will have authentic Bavarian style booths pouring authentic Bavarian style beers. We’ve also added a local twist to our event. Because in Munich, Oktoberfest is a celebration of local beers, we’ve decided it is only right for us to celebrate the great local beers of Edmonton and area. All breweries from Alberta will be pouring their delicious brews as well.On top of that, we have amazing local eateries, pubs and restaurants serving up their delicious fare. Everyone who comes into the event will get to sample the beer and food. We will have an authentic Oompa band as well as other live entertainment throughout both evenings of the event.We hope you will come out and help build another great Edmonton tradition!

Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2N5

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Edmonton Reptile & Amphibian Society: Fall Show