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PanEx 2015
Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus

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PanEx 2015
Tue, Jun 30 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

What is PanEx?PanEx (Panel of Experts) is a night where local developers and designers are given an opportunity to showcase their talents and present their websites, applications or products to a hand-picked team of Edmonton’s leading User Experience experts. These experts will critique, praise, analyze and assess, providing invaluable insight into how your product can be taken to the next level.PanEx is a unique opportunity if you are looking to generate ideas for your own project, connect with other professionals and learn from User Experience’s brightest minds. Attendance is free for Edmonton’s night to celebrate innovation and learn from the best. PanEx 2015 will be hosted at the fantastic Startup Edmonton space in the Mercer Warehouse, the premier location for connecting the brightest minds in Edmonton.The ExpertsPaul Bellows — Yellow Pencil — Paul Bellows is a co-founder of Yellow Pencil, a company that helps complex organizations get better at online communication through user experience design and systems integration. He’s been working with large organizations since 1996 helping them to get better at the web. As the founder of the now defunct Cascading Style Shirts, the only t-shirt website exclusively dedicated to dad jokes about CSS printed on t-shirts, Paul has carved out a unique position in the evolution of novelty web swag focussed on a ridiculously narrow niche.Corey Lansdell — Pulp Studios Inc — Corey Lansdell, BDes is the co-owner and creative director of the small, Edmonton based, boutique illustration, animation and design shop, Pulp Studios Inc.. Corey has a unique blend of experience in illustration, animation and design and has been recognized by Applied Arts Magazine, American Indian Motion Picture Awards, Native Counselling Services of Alberta, ACE, 3 x 3 and collaborated on a documentary nominated for an Alberta Media Production Industries Association award in 2015.Trevor Van Gorp –Trevor van Gorp is the co-author of “Design for Emotion”, and the founder and principal of Affective Design Inc., a trusted user experience consultancy with a focus on emotional design.Trevor has spent the last decade developing a deep understanding of the relationship between design and emotion. During that time, he’s created information architecture, performed interaction design and conducted user research & usability evaluations for a wide variety of clients, including the City of Edmonton, the Edmonton Transit System, Comcast, Ancestry.com, DDB Canada and the Government of Alberta.His research, comments and design deliverables have been featured in the books “Designing for Emotion”, “Deconstructing Product Design” and “Universal Methods of Design”. Trevor has also given presentations on emotional design at conferences in Canada, the United States and Sweden. His design education includes a BFA in Graphic Design and a Master’s of Environmental Design in Industrial Design.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
Tue, Jun 30 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Tue, Jun 30 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Tue, Jun 30 9:00 pm – Wed, Jul 1 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

PanEx 2015
Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
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Canada Day
Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day
Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration
St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day
Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Canada Day at the Devonian Botanic Garden
Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
Canada Day at the Art Gallery of Alberta
The Works Art & Design Festival
Boyle Street Community League BBQ
Canada Day Pony Rides
Mill Woods Celebrates Canada Day
Canada Day at City Hall
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Oklahoma!
Canada Day CRAFT Beer Fest
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Canada Day Heritage Chinatown Night Market
FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015: Semi-Final Game
Late Night Wednesdays
Canada Day Patio Party at THE MAC – Celebrating 100 Years!
Celebrate Canada Day in Beaumont
Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Oklahoma!
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Canada Day Fireworks Cruise

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Canada Day
Wed, Jul 1

On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of four provinces: Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Quebec. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Wed, Jul 1 8:30 am – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Check out various locations throughout Leduc for exciting festivities such as a pancake breakfast, parade, family activities, wagon rides, tractor show and shine, reptile show and children’s activities at the grain elevator, and a spectacular fireworks display!

Leduc Recreation Centre, 4330 Black Gold Drive, Leduc, Alberta, T9E 3C3

Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day
Wed, Jul 1 9:00 am – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Celebrate Canada Day in Fort Saskatchewan with many family friendly activities including a pancake breakfast, parade, farmers’ market, museum tours, live music, and of course an amazing fireworks finale!

Legacy Park, 9904 101 Street, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, T8L 2C5

Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration
Wed, Jul 1 10:00 am – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

On July 1, Spruce Grove residents and visitors will gather at Jubilee Park to celebrate Canada’s 147th Birthday! Activities, vendors, demonstrations, entertainment and fireworks are all part of the schedule of events.Join us and capture the magic of our nation�s birthday!

Jubilee Park, 510 Grove Drive, Spruce Grove, Alberta, T7X 0A7

St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day
Wed, Jul 1 10:00 am – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day 2015 will see another city-wide event for residents and visitors. City parks, facilities and historical sites will see a myriad of activities and fun, allowing for residents of all ages and interests to celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday.The celebration is provided by many community partners, with some leadership and coordination by the Recreation and Parks Department. Entertainment, games, cake, wagon rides, food, and tours are combined for a great festival.

Lions Park, Sir Winston Churchill Avenue & Tache Street, St. Albert, Alberta

Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Wed, Jul 1 10:00 am – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Experience the region’s best Canada Day festival on July 1 at Broadmoor Lake Park. Each year, over 20,000 people gather to share their Canadian pride while enjoying a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities that entice the senses.While the majority of activities are free, some do require tickets or the Sherwood Park Mall Unlimited Access Wristband, which grants unlimited access to the ticketed activities and alleviates line ups at the ticket booths. On July 1, tickets can be purchased on-site for per activity.Festivities will wrap up with an exciting performance from Western Canadian Hall of Fame members, Kenny Shields and Streetheart. At 11 p.m., all eyes will be on the sky to watch the spectacular fireworks display from Sobeys Lakeland and Nottingham.

Broadmoor Lake Park, 2025 Oak Street, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 0W9

Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
Wed, Jul 1 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

It’s the 148th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada! Celebrate the traditional Edmonton way: watch an authentic parade, toast to the Queen, sing Happy Birthday, and take part in other royal activities. Avoid the line ups; visit the Fort Edmonton Park website to buy your tickets online.

Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Wed, Jul 1 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature honours our province’s history and celebrates our cultural diversity. Join us on July 1 for a full day of entertainment and activities for the entire family featuring some of the best local Alberta talent in music and dance.hether it’s your first or fifteenth time celebrating Canada Day here at the Alberta Legislature there is something new to explore and experience. The traditional 21-gun salute at noon will lead us into the official Canada Day welcome ceremony that will take place on the front steps of the Legislature Building. This year’s program will include remarks by the Premier of Alberta and the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. The Royal Canadian Artillery Band is also back this year to entertain everyone with their signature musical program.Canada Day at the Legislature features something for kids of all ages, including the antique car exhibit, stilt walkers, roving magicians and so much more. While you are here, be sure to visit the Legislative Assembly Gift Shop which offers a wide selection Alberta-made art, photography, jewelry and other unique items.

Alberta Legislature, 10800 97 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2B6

Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Wed, Jul 1 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Celebrate our nation’s 148th birthday with a visit to the Muttart Conservatory. Enjoy live music, Canada Day crafts and face painting. Treats and fun activities will be available throughout the day – a fun event for the whole family!

Muttart Conservatory, 9626 96A Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 4L8

Canada Day at the Devonian Botanic Garden
Wed, Jul 1 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Celebrate Canada Day in one of the prettiest settings around!Enjoy a day at Garden, with musical entertainment, crafts and games for the kids and Canada Day cake! Any Canada Armed Forces Personnel or Veterans with ID get half-price admission all day.

Devonian Botanic Garden, Highway 70, Edmonton, Alberta

Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
Wed, Jul 1 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Celebrate Canada Day and Lucy the elephant’s 40th birthday! Visit the Canadian animals, eat a red and white cupcake, and enjoy a wonderful mix of family activities and entertainment. Be sure to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ while Lucy is presented with a special birthday surprise!

Valley Zoo, 13315 Buena Vista Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5R 5R1

Canada Day at the Art Gallery of Alberta
Wed, Jul 1 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Celebrate Canada Day at your AGA with free Gallery admission. Bring the whole family for art activities, a BBQ and a chance to view some exciting exhibitions. Last admission will be at 4:30pm.

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

The Works Art & Design Festival
Wed, Jul 1 12:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Now entering its 30th year, The Works unleashes art & design throughout 1 square kilometer of Edmonton’s downtown core for 13 days every summer. Completely free to the public, the Festival is an extravaganza of visual art, design and entertainment that attracts artists and patrons from around the globe. Greater than the sum of its many parts, The Works is a time and place for everyone to discover, discuss and develop an appreciation for art & design!As North America’s largest, free outdoor art & design festival, The Works has something for everyone: click on the above tabs to explore everything the Festival has to offer.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Boyle Street Community League BBQ
Wed, Jul 1 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Celebrate Canada Day in the heart of downtown Edmonton! Come to the Boyle Street Plaza (9538-103A Ave.) for a free BBQ celebration. Halal food will be available.

Boyle Renaissance Plaza, 9538 103A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0J3

Canada Day Pony Rides
Wed, Jul 1 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Celebrate Canada Day with the horses at Whitemud Equine Learning Centre. Children ages 3 – 10 will enjoy a 20 minute ride on one of our special lesson horses in the indoor riding arena at WELCA (Whitemud Equine Learning Centre). We provide riding helmets for safety and our fabulous lesson horses for riding. A parent or guardian must be willing to lead the horse or sidewalk with the child.While you are at WELCA, you and your family can take a self-guided tour of the centre. Meet our minis – pygmy goats, donkey and pony. Make a craft, visit historic Keillor Log Cabin, stop and meet one of our horses up close and then finish off with a walk on the river valley trail. Bring a picnic for Whitemud Park. Lots of fun for the entire family!PLEASE NOTE: Riders MUST check in 20 minutes before your scheduled ride time in order to guarantee your spot.NO open-toed or heeled shoes.Be prepared to sidewalk (beside the horse) with your child(ren).

Whitemud Equestrian Park, 12505 Keillor Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Mill Woods Celebrates Canada Day
Wed, Jul 1 2:00 pm – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Come to Mill Woods Park (66 St. & 23 Ave.) and join in on the free family activities including hay rides, a petting zoo, carnival games, bouncy castles and an inflatable obstacle course, live music and more! Fireworks display takes place at 11pm.

Mill Woods Park, 2730 66 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Canada Day at City Hall
Wed, Jul 1 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Celebrate Canada’s birthday with free Canada Day activities at City Hall. The fun kicks off with a Canada Day ceremony at 1pm in the City Room, followed by live music and dancing, kids’ crafts, temporary tatoos, City Hall tours, displays, give-aways and more. Free family fun for all ages!

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

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Oklahoma!
Wed, Jul 1 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Canada Day CRAFT Beer Fest
Wed, Jul 1 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Canada Day CRAFT Beer FestWednesday, July 1st, 2pm – 6pmWhat is more Canadian than a beer festival on Canada Day? Celebrate our great country’s birthday on Wednesday, July 1st with a sampling showcase of Canadian craft beers. Tickets include 20 sample tokens and a donation to Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta.

CRAFT Beer Market, 10013 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0C3

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 1 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

Canada Day Heritage Chinatown Night Market
Wed, Jul 1 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Based on the success of last year’s inaugural event, the Chinese Benevolent Association will be hosting another Canada Day Heritage Chinatown Night Market this year. Expect food trucks, cultural performances, and trinket sales.

Chinatown Multicultural Centre, 9540 102 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0E3

FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015: Semi-Final Game
Wed, Jul 1 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

As an Official Host City for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, Edmonton will play host to 11 matches during the competition at Commonwealth Stadium, including group matches, quarter-final and semi-final match, and 3/4 place match.Edmonton is no stranger to international football. Playing host to the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007, Edmonton matches drew a total of more than 240,000 fans. Close to 50,000 attended the memorable Canada-USA final at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002 – still the largest crowd ever for a FIFA women’s youth match.Edmontonians continue to embrace football in a big way, in the seats and on the pitch. At last count, the city had 26 clubs and almost 27,000 registered players. And after several years away, 2011 marked the inaugural year for FC Edmonton. Playing in the North American Soccer League, FC Edmonton competes against teams from across the United States and Puerto Rico.

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

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Jul 1 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

Canada Day Patio Party at THE MAC – Celebrating 100 Years!
Wed, Jul 1 7:00 pm – 11:30 pm

CANADA DAY PATIO PARTYJoin us July 1st as we celebrate Canada’s Birthday on Edmonton’s best patio. Unrivalled views, spectacular gardens, a game or two and Canadian themed food and drinks will inspire and delight.Doors & BARS OPEN: 6:00 PM (light SNACKS AVAILABLE)FULL FOOD SERVICE : 7:00 PM –9:00pmEVENT ENDS: 10:30PMPLEASE NOTE, FIREWORKS ARE NOT VISABLE FROM OUR PATIO. VIEWING POINTS ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE. FIREWORKS COMMENCE AT 11:00PM FROM THE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE. GUESTROOMS Enjoy the fireworks, return to the hotel, skip the traffic and stay with us for the night, our room rates start at 8.00. (A nod to Canada’s 148th Birthday)For Guestroom reservations, please click HERE to book your accomodationsFAQsCan you see the fireworks from the hotel?No. Viewing points are available within walking distance.What is included in the ticket price?Admission, food, and one select alcoholic beverage. What can/can’t I bring to the event?No outside food or beverages are permitted. No Pets permitted.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Please email hotelmacdonald@fairmont.com with the subject line: Canada Day Patio Party InquiryAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the eventNo. All ages are welcome.Is my registration/ticket transferrable?No.Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes. What is the refund policy?No refunds.The name on the registration/ticket doesn’t match the attendee. Is that okay?No.

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, 10065 100 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0N6

Celebrate Canada Day in Beaumont
Wed, Jul 1 7:00 pm – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Celebrate Canada’s birthday with free birthday cake, refreshments, singing of national anthem, fireworks, and more!

Four Seasons Park, 41 Avenue, Beaumont, Alberta, T4X 1P4

Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
Wed, Jul 1 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Oklahoma!
Wed, Jul 1 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Wed, Jul 1 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 2 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Canada Day Fireworks Cruise
Wed, Jul 1 10:00 pm – Thu, Jul 2 12:30 am

Happy Birthday Canada. Celebrate our Nation’s birthday from the middle of the North Saskatchewan River. Enjoy a cold drink and live music, featuring “Black Light Ready” while watching the dazzling fireworks display. Boarding is at 9pm and tickets are .00 plus GST per person. Our office opens for reservations for this cruise on May 1, 2015 at 9am.

Rafter’s Landing, 9734 98 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6C 4P6

Canada Day
Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
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Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Canadian Track & Field Championships
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Today 12:00 am – 12:30 am

Date: Canada Day July 1, 2015Time: 11pmEnjoy the magnificent fireworks display over Edmonton’s river valley parks and the North Saskatchewan River.Good viewing locations:Alberta Legislature GroundsVictoria Park (River Valley Road)Ezio Faraone Park (west entrance to High Level Bridge on 109 St. north)Dantzer’s Hill (below Queen Elizabeth Park)Government House Park (Groat Road & River Valley Road)Telus Field is offering a reduced admission price of per person after the 8th inning of the Edmonton Prospects vs. the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets game for those who wish to view the fireworks. Food concessions will be open until 10:30pm.Note: No viewing is available from Kinsmen Park.Viewing areas accessible on foot only (closed to vehicles):River Valley RoadWalterdale Hill Road & Queen Elizabeth Park Road109 St. (between Saskatchewan Drive & the High Level Bridge)Access is restricted in Kinsmen Park, Walterdale Hill, High Level & Menzies Bridges after road closure times. Kinsmen playground and picnic area are closed on Canada Day.Road Closures for Fireworks FinaleExpect traffic delays two hours before the fireworks and 90 minutes after the show. Please be patient and courteous to help to make the trip home from the fireworks safe for everyone. For road closure details visit Road and Traffic updates.Event ParkingUsual restrictions and increased parking bans will be in effect. With minimal parking in the area of many venues, Edmontonians are encouraged to take the bus or LRT. Vehicles illegally parked will be tagged and towed.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Canadian Track & Field Championships
Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canadian Track & Field ChampionshipsStarting in 2015, the championships follow a 4-competition format featuring the amalgamation of the National Junior (18-19 yrs. old), the National Senior (20+ yrs. old), and Para (18+ yrs old) Track & Field Championships. The 2015 Canadian Track & Field Championships are the Canadian Team Trials for the 2015 Beijing IAAF World Championships, and the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Today 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This summer, Latitude 53 invites members and their guests to return to downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a chance to watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold.Starting June 11, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, great company and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9pm.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Today 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Today 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 3 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Today 10:45 pm – Fri, Jul 3 12:45 am

Tickets per carloadAudio transmitted to your vehicle’s FM radioTickets available online in advance!

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Canadian Track & Field Championships
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Canadian Track & Field Championships
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Founders’ Friday
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald Staff Alumni Reception
Park After Dark
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Night Market Edmonton
Color Me Rad 5K Edmonton
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It

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Canadian Track & Field Championships
Fri, Jul 3 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canadian Track & Field ChampionshipsStarting in 2015, the championships follow a 4-competition format featuring the amalgamation of the National Junior (18-19 yrs. old), the National Senior (20+ yrs. old), and Para (18+ yrs old) Track & Field Championships. The 2015 Canadian Track & Field Championships are the Canadian Team Trials for the 2015 Beijing IAAF World Championships, and the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Fri, Jul 3 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Fri, Jul 3 12:30 pm – Sat, Jul 4 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Founders’ Friday
Fri, Jul 3 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

With the odds of success pretty heavily stacked against new ventures, you have to be a bit crazy to start a tech company or social enterprise. Increase your chances of success, network, leverage the collective brain power, share stories, resources, vent your frustrations, have a good cry and some fun at Startup Edmonton’s Founders’ Friday, hosted by Kenya Kondo. Egos are left at the door as Founders share challenges they are facing and the solutions they are employing at this monthly forum. Guest speakers share their perspectives based on all the things they wished they knew in hindsight.For June, we are happy to welcome Jim Ward. Jim is the founder of iomer internet solutions & Terra Trax GPS, & is a local technology investor & entrepreneur. He also sits on the boards of the Earth Group & the Entrepreneur’s Organization, and is a strong supporter of Startup Edmonton. Jim is a native Edmontonian, was educated at the University of Alberta & NAIT, & is proud to live & raise his family here. A serial entrepreneur, dream chaser, & skeptic of stereotypes, his rock band’s first single recently debuted on the Canadian rock charts.This event is open to founders/co-founders of tech-enabled startups. If you are trying to solve problems by using technology, and looking to connect with others that are going through similar challenges, then Founders’ Friday is for you!

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 3 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald Staff Alumni Reception
Fri, Jul 3 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

As we celebrate 100 years as Edmonton’s luxury hotel, we cordially invite all former employees of The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald to gather under one roof again to share stories of all the time that has passed!Reception from 6:00 – 9:00 pmThe Wedgwood RoomTickets are .00 per person (plus service fees)The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald has been the setting of the city’s finest events since July 5th, 1915, and this event will be no exception. For questions please contact Joslyn Black, Sales and Marketing Coordinator at Joslyn.Black@Fairmont.com.*This is a ticketed event.*No refunds.

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, 10065 100 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0N6

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 3 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

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 3 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 3 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 4 12:00 am

Being downtown is exciting! Being the first true night market in Edmonton is even more exciting! We are making creative use of space in the downtown core during the evening, which was not previously found in Edmonton. Come for the entertainment, stay for the friends.We have the privilege of being considered on of the top 5 Ideas for Edmonton! It is one of the few places where anyone is welcome…young and old. It’s a great place to go relax, listen to music, eat great food and be part of the community.Night Market Edmonton is a public market open to every type of vendor including goods that are not exclusively home made or home grown.Night Market Edmonton will be located in the downtown core. Opening is scheduled for May 22, 2015 and will run every Friday from 7:00 PM-11:00 PM until the end of August 2015.

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

Color Me Rad 5K Edmonton
Fri, Jul 3 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 4 11:30 am

Color Me Rad Edmonton will be a 2 day event in 2015. We have added a Friday evening session on July 3rd with waves from 7:00 pm to 8:10 pm.All participants will receive: 5K entry, new 2015 Tour t-shirt, a pair of killer knee-high socks, a color pack, and free photos from professional photographers.Packet pickup, parking, and other info will be posted two weeks before the event.Volunteer information coming soon!*All prices shown are in USDOur Local Charity Partner:Ronald McDonald House® Northern Alberta is a home away from home for families with seriously ill or injured children seeking medical treatment in Edmonton. Our 42,000 square foot house can accommodate up to 32 families who have to travel at least 45 kilometers or more to an Edmonton hospital. In addition to providing a place to stay, we also provide meals, education, recreation and transportation. We keep families together because we believe that children heal faster with family by their side.Our Sponsors:

Rundle Park, 2909 113 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Fri, Jul 3 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Fri, Jul 3 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 4 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Canadian Track & Field Championships
Sand on Whyte
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City Market Downtown
Monthly Hackathon
Canadian Track & Field Championships
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Seven Music Festival
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015: Bronze Medal Game
NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Megamind

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City Market Downtown
Sat, Jul 4 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

Monthly Hackathon
Sat, Jul 4 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

On the first Saturday of every month, we’re hosting a Monthly Hackathon at Startup Edmonton. This hackathon is a little different than your average hackathon – we’re skipping the idea pitch/planning phase and instead calling on developers and designers to come with an idea/team in mind to challenge themselves to build something in a day.Whether you’ve been thinking about building a new feature, product, or website, it’s about challenging yourself to create something awesome.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Canadian Track & Field Championships
Sat, Jul 4 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canadian Track & Field ChampionshipsStarting in 2015, the championships follow a 4-competition format featuring the amalgamation of the National Junior (18-19 yrs. old), the National Senior (20+ yrs. old), and Para (18+ yrs old) Track & Field Championships. The 2015 Canadian Track & Field Championships are the Canadian Team Trials for the 2015 Beijing IAAF World Championships, and the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Sat, Jul 4 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sat, Jul 4 12:30 pm – Sun, Jul 5 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Seven Music Festival
Sat, Jul 4 2:00 pm – Sun, Jul 5 12:00 am

Seven Music Fest is a brand new festival that is taking place Saturday, July 4th, 2015.The Seven Music Fest will take place in the heart of St. Albert on the beautiful setting of Seven Hills (Mission Park). For the first year, the full day event will host seven musical acts on the main stage and feature a variety of vendors including food, artists, and merchants.

Mission Park, 13 Mission Avenue, St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 1H5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sat, Jul 4 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015: Bronze Medal Game
Sat, Jul 4 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

As an Official Host City for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, Edmonton will play host to 11 matches during the competition at Commonwealth Stadium, including group matches, quarter-final and semi-final match, and 3/4 place match.Edmonton is no stranger to international football. Playing host to the FIFA U-20 World Cup Canada 2007, Edmonton matches drew a total of more than 240,000 fans. Close to 50,000 attended the memorable Canada-USA final at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002 – still the largest crowd ever for a FIFA women’s youth match.Edmontonians continue to embrace football in a big way, in the seats and on the pitch. At last count, the city had 26 clubs and almost 27,000 registered players. And after several years away, 2011 marked the inaugural year for FC Edmonton. Playing in the North American Soccer League, FC Edmonton competes against teams from across the United States and Puerto Rico.

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

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival: Dead Man Walking
Sat, Jul 4 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Welcome to our NEW festival! It is our 12th year as a festival and our 17th year as a young artist program. This year we embrace change and celebrate all that is “new” in NU-O-VA.We have a new home at The King’s University for our summer intensive program showcasing a lineup of 65 new singers and pianists. Our Mainstage operatic productions are new works – contemporary operas in English that are based on prize-winning literary works.We have a new partner, Fort Edmonton Park, affording us the exquisite Capitol Theatre for our new evening of Gilbert & Sullivan (Topsy-Turvy), and this beautiful historical living museum will be the perfect backdrop to our outdoor opera, Our Town.Our new venue, Festival Place in Sherwood Park, becomes our venue to stage our final productions of the festival: Oklahoma! and Dead Man Walking.With so many changes, this is the perfect year to rebrand our festival to the NUOVA Opera and Music Theatre Festival. We look forward to growing our local presence as an outstanding organization that produces main stage events of professional stature, in the same way that our program has grown a national presence as the best training program in Canada.We hope that you will feel inspired to spread the word so that our new festival can reach out to many new patrons and supporters. Let’s embrace the new in NU-O-VA!

Festival Place, 100 Festival Way , Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8A 5T2

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Sat, Jul 4 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 5 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Megamind
Sat, Jul 4 10:45 pm – Sun, Jul 5 12:45 am

Tickets per carloadAudio transmitted to your vehicle’s FM radioTickets available online in advance!

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

City Market Downtown
Monthly Hackathon
« more
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Canadian Track & Field Championships
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
500 Days of Summer

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, Jul 5 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Canadian Track & Field Championships
Sun, Jul 5 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canadian Track & Field ChampionshipsStarting in 2015, the championships follow a 4-competition format featuring the amalgamation of the National Junior (18-19 yrs. old), the National Senior (20+ yrs. old), and Para (18+ yrs old) Track & Field Championships. The 2015 Canadian Track & Field Championships are the Canadian Team Trials for the 2015 Beijing IAAF World Championships, and the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletics Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, Jul 5 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 5 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

Sand on Whyte
Sun, Jul 5 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sun, Jul 5 12:30 pm – Mon, Jul 6 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 5 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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sun, Jul 5 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sun, Jul 5 9:00 pm – Mon, Jul 6 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

500 Days of Summer
Sun, Jul 5 10:45 pm – Mon, Jul 6 12:45 am

Tickets per carload (Date night pricing)Audio transmitted to your vehicle’s FM radioTickets available online in advance!

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Canadian Track & Field Championships
« more
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Council Services Committee
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
City Council Public Hearing

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Mon, Jul 6 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Mon, Jul 6 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Council Services Committee
Mon, Jul 6 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
Councillors’ Expenses Policy Amendment
2015 Council Calendar Feedback – Verbal report
Office Security Audit Update – 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

Sand on Whyte
Mon, Jul 6 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Mon, Jul 6 12:30 pm – Tue, Jul 7 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

City Council Public Hearing
Mon, Jul 6 2:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Agenda:Bylaw 17255 – To allow for the continued use of school and park sites, Northeast Edmonton
Bylaw 17232 – To preserve natural areas and parkland, Brookeside, River Valley Lessard North, River Valley Whitemud and Westridge
Bylaw 17272 – To allow for Low Density Residential Uses, Rosenthal
Bylaw 17278 – Closure of a portion of lane north of 82 Avenue NW between 104 Street NW and 105 Street NW, Strathcona
Bylaw 17279 – Amendment to the Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan
Bylaw 17280 – To allow for a public amenity and temporary commercial space, Strathcona
Bylaw 17275 – Amendment to the Place LaRue West Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17276 – To allow for the development of a mixed-used exhibition and convention facility/spectator entertainment and sports establishment, Place La Rue
Bylaw 17261 – Amendment to the Burnewood Neighbourhood Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17262 – To allow the development of two low rise apartment buildings under a Site Specific Development Control Provision, Jackson Heights
Amendment to the Southeast Industrial Area Outline Plan
Bylaw 17176 – To allow for Valley Line LRT operations and maintenance facility, Roper Industrial
Bylaw 17154 – To allow for the development of Medium Density Residential uses in the form of Row Housing, Glenora
Bylaw 17267 – Amendment to the Riverview Area Structure Plan
Bylaw 17181 – To amend Bylaw 14380 – Arterial Roads for Development to Include a New Catchment, Riverview
Bylaw 17268 – Amendment to the North Saskatchewan River Valley Area Redevelopment Plan
Bylaw 17269 – Adoption of Riverview Neighbourhood 1 Neighbourhood Structure Plan
Bylaw 17270 – Adoption of Riverview Neighbourhood 3 Neighbourhood Structure Plan
Bylaw 17062 – To Amend the Height and Grade Regulations in Zoning Bylaw 12800
Bylaw 16733 – To Amend the Height and Grade Regulations in Zoning Bylaw 12800
Bylaw 17277 – To Amend Section 14 – Special Information Requirements in Zoning Bylaw 12800
Bylaw 17260 – Adoption of Jasper Place Area Redevelopment Plan
100 Avenue Planning Study, the Britannia/Youngstown Neighbourhood Planning Study and the Newman’s Resolution
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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
« more
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
City Manager and City Auditor Performance Review Committee
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Google Developer Group Edmonton
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Tue, Jul 7 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Tue, Jul 7 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Tue, Jul 7 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Tue, Jul 7 12:30 pm – Wed, Jul 8 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

City Manager and City Auditor Performance Review Committee
Tue, Jul 7 1:15 pm – 2:15 pm

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
Review of the Invitational Bid Package for the 2015 City Manager and City Auditor Performance Evaluation – Verbal report
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

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

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Tue, Jul 7 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

Google Developer Group Edmonton
Tue, Jul 7 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Google Developer Groups Edmonton aims to provides resources, meetups and discussions about the technologies and platforms offered by Google. Everyone is to welcome attend and contribute.Disclaimer: GDG Edmonton is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Tue, Jul 7 9:00 pm – Wed, Jul 8 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
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Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Family Nature Nights: Wetlands
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Wed, Jul 8 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Wed, Jul 8 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Wed, Jul 8 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Wed, Jul 8 12:30 pm – Thu, Jul 9 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 8 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, Jul 8 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

Family Nature Nights: Wetlands
Wed, Jul 8 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Family Nature Nights are free 2 hr long events in locations across Edmonton on Wednesday evenings in July and August. They’re open to everyone!Imagine going outside to play after dinner and coming home sounding like an expert on aquatic insects, birds, leaves or even the habits of urban coyotes! The possibilities are endless in our natural environment and we have the right nature enthusiasts to guide you through a summer of deepening your connections to our beautiful, complex planet. There are many wonderful natural areas in our urban environment, you may be surprised! Contact us to discover where these habits are and to participate in an urban wilderness adventure of your choice. Nature novices and experts of all ages welcome.

Hodgson Wetland, 508 Hodgson Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R 3G6

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Wed, Jul 8 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 9 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sand on Whyte
LRT Governance Board Committee
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Open Hardware Meetup
Ottawa REDBLACKS vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Thu, Jul 9 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Thu, Jul 9 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Thu, Jul 9 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

LRT Governance Board Committee
Thu, Jul 9 11:30 am – 5:00 pm

Agenda:Adoption of Minutes
LRT Valley Line – Project Update – Verbal report
LRT Governance Board – Semi-annual Report
LRT Valley Line – Request for Proposal Activity Update – Verbal report
LRT Valley Line – VLS 2 Update – Verbal report
LRT Valley Line – VLS-SUI-2B Evaluation Results
LRT Valley Line – Project Agreement
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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Thu, Jul 9 12:30 pm – Fri, Jul 10 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 9 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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 9 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This summer, Latitude 53 invites members and their guests to return to downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a chance to watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold.Starting June 11, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, great company and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9pm.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Open Hardware Meetup
Thu, Jul 9 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Open Hardware Meetup is a place where all kinds of people can share an interest in the intersection of hardware, software, connectivity, and user experience. When combined, these elements create a new art which blends the lines of beauty and technology.Even as computing devices have become more powerful, the underlying technology is now more and more available for everyone. With a few mouse clicks, overnight shipping, and a few hours work, you can build your own versions of ground-breaking products based on simple open platforms like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, Galileo, Edison, and more. Even better, you can create something that has not physically existed. It is the flexibility and power of computing, expressed in physical, tangible form.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Ottawa REDBLACKS vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Thu, Jul 9 8:00 pm – 11:00 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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Thu, Jul 9 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 10 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Swing Fore Dreams Rainbow Society Golf Classic
What the Truck?! at Northlands
Park After Dark
Night Market Edmonton
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Fri, Jul 10 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Fri, Jul 10 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Fri, Jul 10 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Imagine a 4 km walk through the hearts and minds of artists. Cultural explorers are invited to see art-making in action on streets of Old Strathcona, a vibrant art district in the historic centre of Edmonton, Alberta. Over 450 visual artists will bring their art supplies and art works out into the streets. Together they create an outdoor studio and gallery spanning several blocks. The Whyte Avenue Art Walk reveals Alberta’s hidden talent and provides an opportunity for patrons to curate their own art collection from many undiscovered masters.The event is a grand promenade along Whyte Avenue (82 Ave) from 101 Street to 108 St. Artists will fill all the green spaces and several street closures too. It’s a long tour so bring your walking shoes!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Fri, Jul 10 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Fri, Jul 10 12:30 pm – Sat, Jul 11 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Swing Fore Dreams Rainbow Society Golf Classic
Fri, Jul 10 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Golf Package includes 18 holes (Texas Scramble), driving range, putting green, bbq lunch, power cart, dinner banquet, silent auction, activity holes, hole in one opportunities, prizes, and much more! Plus, receive a tax receipt for a portion of your registration fee! There will be prizes for BEST DRESSED INDIVIDUAL GOLFER and BEST DRESSED TEAM so come out in your most outrageous and colourful golf attire or pick a superhero theme!Friday, July 10, 2015The Ranch Golf and Country Club12:30 pm – Registration, Driving Range, Putting Challenge2:15 pm – Shotgun Start7:30 pm – Dinner, Silent Auction, & Prizes Spend a beautiful Friday afternoon at The Ranch Golf and Country Club, golfing to make wishes come true for Albertan children diagnosed with a severe chronic or life-threatening illness.We welcome double or foursome registrations, and we’ll gladly accept single registrations and pair you up with other singles.SPONSORSHIP PACKAGEAre you or your company looking for an opportunity to become a significant supporter in our community by sponsoring a local charity? Do you want to be a part of making a dream come true for a child battling an illness? If so, we invite you to put your stamp on a major fundraiser in our city – we welcome the input of our sponsors into the look and feel of the whole event!To request a sponsorship package be sent by email, please contact Holly Pshyk, Fund Development Manager, at hollyp@rainbowsociety.ab.ca or call 780-469-3306.

The Ranch Golf & Country Club, 52516 Range Road 262, Acheson, Alberta, T7X 5A2

What the Truck?! at Northlands
Fri, Jul 10 6:00 pm – 11:00 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.

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

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 10 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

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 10 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 11 12:00 am

Being downtown is exciting! Being the first true night market in Edmonton is even more exciting! We are making creative use of space in the downtown core during the evening, which was not previously found in Edmonton. Come for the entertainment, stay for the friends.We have the privilege of being considered on of the top 5 Ideas for Edmonton! It is one of the few places where anyone is welcome…young and old. It’s a great place to go relax, listen to music, eat great food and be part of the community.Night Market Edmonton is a public market open to every type of vendor including goods that are not exclusively home made or home grown.Night Market Edmonton will be located in the downtown core. Opening is scheduled for May 22, 2015 and will run every Friday from 7:00 PM-11:00 PM until the end of August 2015.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Fri, Jul 10 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 11 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Track Town Classic
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Fruit Loop – Summer Social

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Jul 11 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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sat, Jul 11 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Track Town Classic
Sat, Jul 11 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Track Town ClassicEdmonton’s Track Town Classic (TTC) features Canada’s best athletes competing against the best competition from around the world. This event is ranked 30th in the World out of 859 IAAF international-invatational one day competitions. The Track Town Classic will be the series finale of the National Track League and first major international meeting in North America after the Caribbean, Canadian and USA National Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sat, Jul 11 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Sat, Jul 11 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Imagine a 4 km walk through the hearts and minds of artists. Cultural explorers are invited to see art-making in action on streets of Old Strathcona, a vibrant art district in the historic centre of Edmonton, Alberta. Over 450 visual artists will bring their art supplies and art works out into the streets. Together they create an outdoor studio and gallery spanning several blocks. The Whyte Avenue Art Walk reveals Alberta’s hidden talent and provides an opportunity for patrons to curate their own art collection from many undiscovered masters.The event is a grand promenade along Whyte Avenue (82 Ave) from 101 Street to 108 St. Artists will fill all the green spaces and several street closures too. It’s a long tour so bring your walking shoes!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Sand on Whyte
Sat, Jul 11 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sat, Jul 11 12:30 pm – Sun, Jul 12 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sat, Jul 11 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sat, Jul 11 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sat, Jul 11 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 12 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Fruit Loop – Summer Social
Sat, Jul 11 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 12 3:00 am

The patio is OPEN!! Join us . . . Saturday, July 11 as Fruit Loop teams up with our community partner Latiutude 53 for a night of fashion, music, art and more!DJ Queerbait and DJ Konstantine will be in the house!!Teen Jesus Barbie with be hosting, with special performances by: Rosell Christina, Lourdes the merry Virgin, and VENUS!! Fashion Show by: Tyler Groenewegen!! Not to be missed.Also in the house – pop – up shops by Happy Harbour Comics and SMUTfest. Happy Harbour will be exhibiting GLBTQ comics and artwork, with LIVE illustrators on site!!Once again we will be having another DANCE OFF at midnight!! Amazing prizes from the City of Edmonton to be won. (or more) suggested donation at the door. Doors at 8pm.*** ALL PROCEEDS from Fruit Loop provide support to Alberta’s GLBTQ community ***Get there EARLY so you don’t miss out on all the fun. EVERYONE is welcome!For more information please visit our home page at www.facebook.com/fruitloopedmonton

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
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Track Town Classic
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Imaging Mill Woods
Sand on Whyte
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Park Day Celebration (and Food Drive)!
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Edmonton Arts Council 20th Anniversary Summer Party
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus

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Track Town Classic
Sun, Jul 12 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Track Town ClassicEdmonton’s Track Town Classic (TTC) features Canada’s best athletes competing against the best competition from around the world. This event is ranked 30th in the World out of 859 IAAF international-invatational one day competitions. The Track Town Classic will be the series finale of the National Track League and first major international meeting in North America after the Caribbean, Canadian and USA National Championships.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, Jul 12 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton visitors can explore museums and historic sites, participate in heritage activities such as tours of buildings, gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods. Visitors can also enjoy community milestone celebrations, participate in hands-on pioneer experiences, search archives and learn about documenting their own family history.Free guided Doors Open tours of buildings and areas of architectural significance have become a major focus of the festival. People love to “snoop” behind the scenes, hear the stories of the building and, most importantly, the people who built them and lived in them. This years festival is an exciting showcase of the greater Edmonton’s rich history in culture and recreation. From the 1913 construction of the Edmonton Gardens, to the first street car to cross the high level, to the opening of the Strathcona Edmonton Public Library, these historic events enriched our community in a way that allowed us to learn, be active and connect with others.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, Jul 12 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

The 2015 Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton is focused on the celebration of the history of the many cultures found in the Edmonton area and the heritage events that have enriched our community. Visitors can enjoy a variety of events, such as celebrating community milestones; exploring museums, archives and historic sites; and participating in bus or walking tours of gardens, natural areas, cemeteries and neighbourhoods.The Launch of the 19th annual Historic Festival and Doors Open will take place at the historic McKay Avenue School, home of the Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum. The event will be a family day featuring community celebrations of games, tours, special visitors and family events. It will be a wonderful opportunity to appreciate the importance of the diversity in our history and the contributions individual groups have made to the development of our city.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Sun, Jul 12 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Imagine a 4 km walk through the hearts and minds of artists. Cultural explorers are invited to see art-making in action on streets of Old Strathcona, a vibrant art district in the historic centre of Edmonton, Alberta. Over 450 visual artists will bring their art supplies and art works out into the streets. Together they create an outdoor studio and gallery spanning several blocks. The Whyte Avenue Art Walk reveals Alberta’s hidden talent and provides an opportunity for patrons to curate their own art collection from many undiscovered masters.The event is a grand promenade along Whyte Avenue (82 Ave) from 101 Street to 108 St. Artists will fill all the green spaces and several street closures too. It’s a long tour so bring your walking shoes!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 12 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

Imaging Mill Woods
Sun, Jul 12 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Walk through the Minchau/Weinlos areas of Ridgewood, Minchau School, Rengo Housing Co-op, Islamic Shia Ithna-Asheri Centre, Gurdwara Mill Woods, Chùa Phật Quang Vietnamese Buddhist temple, Kate Chegwin School, and Graunke Park Enjoy lunch at the hall View oral histories/stories from Mill Woods Participate in a workshop: Mapping Mill Woods The Mill Woods Living Heritage project aims to improve understanding between diverse cultures in Mill Woods, and between residents of Mill Woods and those in other parts of the city. To most Edmontonians Mill Woods is still considered a new community. Yet its history is written on the landscape, a landscape we will begin to explore as we discuss the history of Mill Woods and map what it means to participants. Thanks to the members of the Ridgewood Community League and Gurdwara Mill Woods for welcoming us on the walk. Men and women should not wear shorts or short skirts; please wear clothes that cover your arms and legs, cover your heads and remove your shoes upon entry to the Gurdwara. Videographer Don Bouzek and historian Catherine C. Cole have been working on a multiyear arts and heritage project about the history of Mill Woods since 2012, this year in collaboration with artist Aaron Paquette. This project of Ground Zero Productions is funded by the the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, the Edmonton Heritage Council, and the Mill Woods Presidents Council. See www.millwoodshistory.org.For further information contact: CatherineC.Cole@telus.net or Kirsti or Don at 780-420-1400.

Ridgewood Community Hall, 3705 Mill Woods Road East NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6L 5X2

Sand on Whyte
Sun, Jul 12 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sand carving is a performance art, much like ice carving. Professional sand carving artists, Delayne Corbett, Wilfred Stijger and Edith van de Wetering, and a group of novice sand carvers are creating amazing sand carvings in Old Strathcona this summer. The artists will be creating their masterpieces on July 3 to 5. Watch them at work and then come back and marvel at their final creations until July 12. Sand on Whyte is open to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. Admission is by donation. The very first Sand on Whyte sand carving exhibit was held in Old Strathcona in 2013. Many of the ice carving artists who come to the Ice on Whyte Festival also travel the world and carve sand in the summer. Sand on Whyte is very pleased to welcome Delayne Corbett, Ice on Whyte’s artistic director, from Vancouver and Wilfred and Edith from the Netherlands to Old Strathcona and we can’t wait to see their amazing work again in 2015!

CP Rail Yard (Strathcona Junction), Gateway Boulevard & Whyte Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sun, Jul 12 12:30 pm – Mon, Jul 13 12:00 am

Join us in Sir Winston Churchill Square in downtown Edmonton for another HYSTERICAL & HILARIOUS Edmonton International Street Performers Festival. Home to over 1500 EXCITING & ENTERTAINING outdoor performances by musicians, jugglers, acrobats and unicyclists, StreetFest is proud to present another ten days of international street artists this July!The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival was the first of its kind in North America. Now in its 31st year, it is known worldwide for its amazing artists and generous audiences. Since 1984, almost four million people have played in the streets and shared a laugh with us at StreetFest. That’s a lot of smiles and chuckles.

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

Park Day Celebration (and Food Drive)!
Sun, Jul 12 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

In lieu of birthday, graduation, and going away parties this year we want to celebrate an amazing year by bringing together friends, family, co-workers, and colleagues for an afternoon at the park. The goal is to break our 2013 record and raise 500lbs of non-perishable food donations to donate to the The University of Alberta Campus Food Bank as a final thank you to the University of Alberta!Fat Franks will be selling hot dogs, and there will be music! Anyone can attend! Bring your friends, bring your family, bring your partners, bring a soccer ball, a football, a frisbee, and most importantly, bring food bank donations! Let’s make this food drive and afternoon as successful and fun as possible! All are invited! Ezio Farone park is located one block South of the Grandin LRT station, and is on the North side of the High Level Bridge. This will be your last chance to catch Sarah Grieve & I before we head out on our grand adventure across Canada, which will end in Sarah’s future home of Toronto!

Constable Ezio Faraone Park, 11004 97 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sun, Jul 12 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sun, Jul 12 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Edmonton Arts Council 20th Anniversary Summer Party
Sun, Jul 12 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join the Edmonton Arts Council for our 20th anniversary summer party!Featuring Switches, Mitchmatic and guests to be announced, on the Borden Park bandshell stage.While you’re there, wander through Borden Park and enjoy the temporary sculpture park featuring artworks by four of Edmonton’s most senior and influential sculptors – Peter Hide, Royden Mills, Ken Macklin, and Clay Ellis. Get your photo taken with Vaulted Willow by Marc Fornes and THEVERYMANY, and stop by the park pavilion to view Carousel by local artist Nicole Galellis.Fat Franks will be on-site selling hot dogs. Free water and cotton candy will be available.Details: FREEJuly 12, 4-7 pm at Borden Park 112 ave & 78 st. – plenty of on-site parking and accessible by train (get off at Stadium Station and walk to 112 ave) or the #2 busAccessibility details from City of Edmonton website:Wheelchair accessible drop-off and pickup areaCurb cuts in the parking areaAccessible pathwaysPartially accessible picnic areas, fountains, playgroundsPavilion washrooms have limited accessibility

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Sun, Jul 12 9:00 pm – Mon, Jul 13 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Track Town Classic
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
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Edmonton Python Meetup
Mon, Jul 13 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Inspired by the community we saw at PyCon, we hope to foster a strong, supportive, and proficient Python community in the Edmonton area.We meet on the second Monday of each month to listen to presentations and discuss Python news and events. Anyone interested in any aspect of Python development is welcome to join.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Edmonton Python Meetup
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Yorkton Cardinals vs. Edmonton Prospects
Tue, Jul 14 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Tue, Jul 14 9:00 pm – Wed, Jul 15 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Yorkton Cardinals vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
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How to Create a Powerful Lead Generation Engine that Produces Sales
Lunchalytics
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Startup Finance Quickbooks Clinic
100menYEG Summer Meeting
Late Night Wednesdays
Family Nature Nights: Birding
Open Edmonton Meetup
Yorkton Cardinals vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It

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How to Create a Powerful Lead Generation Engine that Produces Sales
Wed, Jul 15 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

How to Create a Powerful Lead Generation Engine that Produces SalesPresented by: TEC EdmontonJuly 15, 20159:00 am – 12:00 pmAdvanced Technology Centre, Main Boardroom(9650 – 20 Avenue, Edmonton, AB)The number one sales & marketing issue for most companies is quality lead generation.This 3 hour workshop will show you how to build a blueprint to ensure a steady flow of new prospects that can be converted into sales.In this workshop you will:Build an effective lead generation blue printLearn how to create “multi-modal” lead generation tacticsDistinguish between immediate leads to close, and long term leads to nurtureLearn how to Use Targeted, Direct and Integrated Marketing TacticsCombine all of these into a Powerful Lead Generation Engine that Produces SalesWorkshop length: 3 hoursPrice: +GST per company (up to 2 attendees)SPEAKER:KURIAN M. THARAKANExecutive in ResidenceTEC Edmonton With over 27 years of sales & marketing experience, Kurian M. Tharakan is an Executive in Residence with TEC Edmonton, and has been involved in the creation of sales & marketing strategy for companies in many industries.Prior to TEC Edmonton, Mr. Tharakan was the vice-president of sales & marketing for an Alberta based software firm where his team achieved notable wins with several members of the US Fortune 500. Previous to his software experience, Mr. Tharakan directed the sales and marketing programs for the Alberta practice of an international professional services firm.

Edmonton Research Park, 9650 20 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6N 1G1

Lunchalytics
Wed, Jul 15 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

Analytics is the use of data and analysis to improve the performance of an organization – in other words, the search for a free lunch.In honour of this, we are hosting Lunchalytics: the Search for the Free Lunch at high noon on February 26, 2014. The theme of this event is Predictive Analytics in the Public Sector and will draw a mix of analytics creators and consumers as well as academics and students. The last one sold out pretty quickly (hey, it’s free), so register early.The format: Five speakers, five minutes each, five bullets max (If you can’t kill it with five bullets, you can’t kill it).

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Five Hole for Food
Wed, Jul 15 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In our annual coast-to-coast tour, Five Hole for Food travels from the East Coast to the West Coast playing ball hockey for local food banks.Beginning with a simple idea, the annual tour has not strayed from our humble beginnings. To take part and join in a city near you, all you need is a hockey stick and a can of food. We’ll supply the rest.Will you play hockey for food?

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Startup Finance Quickbooks Clinic
Wed, Jul 15 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sharpen your financial management skills with a Startup Finance Quickbooks Clinic. The Startup Finance Program is presented by Startup Canada and Intuit Canada and is hosted by Startup Edmonton.Quickbooks Crashcourse are free and facilitated by a QuickBooks Small Business Advisor to give you the technology and training to quickly get your finances in check. Bring your laptop and get a free trial of QuickBooks Online and live training on to manage everything from cashflow and forecasting to payroll and taxes.Network with local entrepreneursGet 50% off Quickbooks Online and Startup Canada MembershipsGet a pack of offers and tools from Startup Canada’s partnersBuild a bigger and better businessRegister Now! Spaces are Limited!

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

100menYEG Summer Meeting
Wed, Jul 15 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

To join the group, you must complete the Membership and Commitment form. By joining, each member commits to donating 0 per meeting, four times per year (four consecutive meetings from the date of joining the organization). Meetings are diligently conducted in one hour or less.AT THE MEETINGBefore each meeting, three charities are chosen by the core team of volunteers from the list of suggested charities and they are asked to present at the next meeting.After the presentations, a vote is held, and the charity with the most votes by simple majority will be the recipient. Ties will be decided by further votes. If a tie persists, the membership will vote to select one of the tied organizations. If a second tie occurs, the membership committee will break the tie by coin toss.All members must then write out their cheque to the charity with the most votes — no exceptions. All cheques are collected and immediately given to the chosen charity. Members who did not vote for the selected charity agree to make their donation regardless.Check out www.100menyeg.com for more info and your membership and commitment form.

The Derrick Golf & Winter Club, 3500 119 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T6J 5P5

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Jul 15 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

Family Nature Nights: Birding
Wed, Jul 15 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Family Nature Nights are free 2 hr long events in locations across Edmonton on Wednesday evenings in July and August. They’re open to everyone!Imagine going outside to play after dinner and coming home sounding like an expert on aquatic insects, birds, leaves or even the habits of urban coyotes! The possibilities are endless in our natural environment and we have the right nature enthusiasts to guide you through a summer of deepening your connections to our beautiful, complex planet. There are many wonderful natural areas in our urban environment, you may be surprised! Contact us to discover where these habits are and to participate in an urban wilderness adventure of your choice. Nature novices and experts of all ages welcome.

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

Open Edmonton Meetup
Wed, Jul 15 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Join us for our evening Open Edmonton meeting, working on projects and solutions that emerged out of our recent discussions. We are the city and region’s citizen-led digital engagement group. Developers, civic employees, data enthusiasts, students, professionals and general engaged Edmontonians are all welcome! Bring your laptop if you’d like to work on something. Members are free to stay past the one-hour meeting time and collaborate if they so wish. We will be discussing the upcoming crowdsource art map project.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Yorkton Cardinals vs. Edmonton Prospects
Wed, Jul 15 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Wed, Jul 15 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 16 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

How to Create a Powerful Lead Generation Engine that Produces Sales
Lunchalytics
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Taste of Edmonton
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Edmonton Police Commission Public Meeting
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus

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Taste of Edmonton
Thu, Jul 16 12:00 pm – Fri, Jul 17 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 16 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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 16 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This summer, Latitude 53 invites members and their guests to return to downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a chance to watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold.Starting June 11, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, great company and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9pm.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Edmonton Police Commission Public Meeting
Thu, Jul 16 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

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Thu, Jul 16 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Thu, Jul 16 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 17 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Taste of Edmonton
124 Street Grand Market
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K-Days Parade
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Aksis: Summer Meet, Greet & Eat
Park After Dark
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
The Culture Collective 1st Annual ‘Support the Stage’ Fundraiser
Night Market Edmonton
Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It

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K-Days Parade
Fri, Jul 17 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

It’s a part of K-Days that’s as important as the fair itself-a tradition that has brought millions of smiles to children and adults alike over the past generations.Every year the K-Days Parade sets the 10-day event in motion with a sea of beautiful floats, giant balloons, amazing performers, loveable mascots and real life animals. It’s a memory waiting to happen-just make sure to get there early to grab a good spot!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Fri, Jul 17 12:00 pm – Sat, Jul 18 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Fri, Jul 17 1:00 pm – Sat, Jul 18 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Aksis: Summer Meet, Greet & Eat
Fri, Jul 17 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Join us for an evening of great networking, food, door prizes and entertainment!Agenda:5:30 pm Cocktails, Appetizers & Networking8:00 pm Production: As You Like It*** During Intermission: Wrap Up in the Mixer Text with Door Prize DrawsTicket Cost:Members FreeNon-members .00 Your ticket includes: (Valued at .00)Access to the Aksis VIP tentEntry to the productionFree appetizersFree popcornDoor prize opportunityAccess to the cash barMeet & Greet with the Artistic DirectorAbout The Entertainment:The Freewill Shakespeare Festival Presents: As You Like ItDirected by Marianne CopithorneBursting with humour, As You Like It, is an audience favourite that revels in the passion of new love and showcases one of Shakespeare’s most compelling heroines.The young and beautiful Rosalind lives in the court of her uncle, where she falls in love with Orlando. When she is banished from court by her cruel uncle Frederick, she flees to the Forest of Arden where she disguises herself as a man, only to encounter the also exiled Orlando. Will she be able to win his love, disguised as she is?Join us for Shakespeare’s glorious romantic comedy of courtiers, clowns, philosophers and provincials—all bewitched by the trials and triumphs of love.

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

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 17 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

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

The Culture Collective 1st Annual ‘Support the Stage’ Fundraiser
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 18 12:00 am

THE CULTURE COLLECTIVE presents’SUPPORT THE STAGE’ 1st Annual FundraiserFRIDAY JULY 17th 2015@ LATITUDE 53 GALLERY7pm-LATEVARIETY SHOW. ARTS MARKET. SILENT AUCTION. DANCE PARTY & MORE!!!We invite you to come and experience some of the great components that you have come to expect from the Culture Collective events! Music, local vendors and businesses, along with a Silent Auction, food truck, 50/50 Raffle… oh and of course Drinking and Dancing!Help us raise a glass to thank all of those who have helped support our stages this far. We truly couldn’t be where we are without you all!Now its time to celebrate with us 2 Years of success, and help us build towards another entertaining and successful year!Limited Advance & Tickets in advance. +s/c at the Door.HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!Sponsored byLatitude 53. Coors Banquet. Absolute Vodka. Rayacom. Long & McQuade.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 18 12:00 am

Being downtown is exciting! Being the first true night market in Edmonton is even more exciting! We are making creative use of space in the downtown core during the evening, which was not previously found in Edmonton. Come for the entertainment, stay for the friends.We have the privilege of being considered on of the top 5 Ideas for Edmonton! It is one of the few places where anyone is welcome…young and old. It’s a great place to go relax, listen to music, eat great food and be part of the community.Night Market Edmonton is a public market open to every type of vendor including goods that are not exclusively home made or home grown.Night Market Edmonton will be located in the downtown core. Opening is scheduled for May 22, 2015 and will run every Friday from 7:00 PM-11:00 PM until the end of August 2015.

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

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Fri, Jul 17 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 18 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

City Market Downtown
Sat, Jul 18 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

Taste of Edmonton
Sat, Jul 18 12:00 pm – Sun, Jul 19 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Sat, Jul 18 1:00 pm – Sun, Jul 19 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sat, Jul 18 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: Coriolanus
Sat, Jul 18 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 19 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
City Market Downtown
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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 19 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

Taste of Edmonton
Sun, Jul 19 12:00 pm – Mon, Jul 20 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Sun, Jul 19 1:00 pm – Mon, Jul 20 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 19 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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sun, Jul 19 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Steampunk Carnival Photoshoot
Sun, Jul 19 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

It only happens once a year and photographers and costumers of all skill levels are invited to join in the fun at the Annual Steampunk “Carnival” Photoshoot happening July 19th 2015 from 6pm – 8pm. Running for a short 2 hour time, Fort Edmonton Parks 1920′s carnival will be privately reserved for costumers and photographers who have purchased a ticket to this event, to enjoy posing and snapping pictures inside unimpeded by the public. Fort Edmonton Park has been gracious to allow the event planners this special location opportunity as it’s rare that the 1920′s carnival is allowed to be rented out to private groups; so please tell your friends about this unique location opportunity and invite them out for 2 hours of photo fun and hanging out with friends. The Details: – It is the responsibility of the Photographers/Costumers to make arrangements to exchange pictures. – Photos taken during this event are kindly asked to be shared to the FB group: The Official Edmonton Steampunk Group [Please share your images in a folder to prevent clogging the group newsfeed] – Photographers are encouraged to have their own model release forms and/or business cards to hand out to models and other photographers to keep in contact and ensure proper social media picture tagging. – Costumers are encouraged to bring a card with their name and/or a picture of them on it to keep in contact and ensure proper social media picture tagging. – Costumers are expected to wear a Steampunk costume or take this opportunity to give their Steampunk “Dark Circus” Ball costume a trial run. [Information about the Steampunk "Dark Circus " Ball can be found on the host group FB page : The Official Edmonton Steampunk Group] – Observers (people not in costume) who wish to come and watch the photo shoot event are welcome but are expected to pay full price for a ticket – This event is all ages and is open to costumers and photographers of all skill levels to participate in – Costume Weapons are permitted – The remainder of the park is NOT reserved for members of this event. – Food, drink and washrooms are located inside the Hotel Selkirk. Please refer to the Fort Edmonton Park map on the website for detailed instructions as to how to find the Hotel. – To maintain a safe environment and keep the rental cost low, the carnival rides and lights will NOT be on and operating during the event. – The event organizers ask that children be supervised by a responsible party while inside the park carnival. (Unattended children may be fed coffee and given a basket of kittens.) – Please make sure you arrive on time as this is a time sensitive event. Late comers will NOT be permitted inside. – All attendees to this event are asked to meet in the front of the park gate at 6pm sharp where regular park admission is accepted. – Parking is free to all attendees. – Cash payments will NOT be accepted the day of the event. Please have your ticket printed and ready for inspection by an event organizer at the gate. Bearded Ladies, Tightrope Walkers, Snake Charmers, Clowns and more are anticipated to be seen inside one of Fort Edmonton Parks most interesting locations so we hope to see you at this special location for one of Edmonton’s most fun filled photo shoots of the year.Photography – @MoonSKy PhotographyBearded Lady Costume Designer and Model – @Melissa Wartenberg

Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It
Sun, Jul 19 9:00 pm – Mon, Jul 20 12:00 am

The Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company that formed in 1989. The company endeavors to create professional, contemporary, innovative productions of the works of William Shakespeare that are accessible to all audiences, regardless of age, ability, education, or income levels, while also developing new audiences and mentoring theatre professionals of the future.

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

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Taste of Edmonton
Mon, Jul 20 12:00 pm – Tue, Jul 21 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Mon, Jul 20 1:00 pm – Tue, Jul 21 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

WordPress Edmonton Meetup
Mon, Jul 20 6:45 pm – 8:45 pm

Our regularly scheduled meetup! We’ll start at 5:45pm and have two sessions – one beginner, then one advanced, followed by Q&A and general chit-chat. See you there?

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Canadian Food Championships
Tue, Jul 21 10:00 am – 11:00 pm

Events Edmonton has partnered with the World Food Championships (WFC) to host one exclusive qualifying event in 2015 for Canada. The Canadian Food Championships is a year long search for Canada’s best cooks � from Amateur and Professional. From July 21-25, 2015, the search will reach new levels during the multi-day competition to determine who will be part of Team Canada at the World Food Championships.Competitors can compete in one of 7 different categories in Edmonton, Alberta: Bacon, Burger, Chili, Dessert, Pasta, Sandwich, or Seafood.BBQ is also a category of the Canadian Food Championships. Through the Canadian BBQ Society, the top two Eastern Canada Teams and the top two Western Canada Teams (Manitoba and westward) as of September 15, 2015 will be crowned Canadian Champions and gain entry into the World Food Championships.There is over ,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs! The Grand Prize winner in each category will receive a golden ticket to the World Food Championships held in Kissimmee, Florida in November 2015, a ,500 travel voucher to Kissimmee and a ,500 cash prize.

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Tue, Jul 21 12:00 pm – Wed, Jul 22 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Tue, Jul 21 1:00 pm – Wed, Jul 22 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Tue, Jul 21 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

YEGRB Meetup
Tue, Jul 21 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

YEGRB’s mission is to grow the Ruby community in Edmonton, Canada. Come out to our next meetup, or write some code together at our next hackup!

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
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Canadian Food Championships
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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Canadian Food Championships
Wed, Jul 22 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Events Edmonton has partnered with the World Food Championships (WFC) to host one exclusive qualifying event in 2015 for Canada. The Canadian Food Championships is a year long search for Canada’s best cooks � from Amateur and Professional. From July 21-25, 2015, the search will reach new levels during the multi-day competition to determine who will be part of Team Canada at the World Food Championships.Competitors can compete in one of 7 different categories in Edmonton, Alberta: Bacon, Burger, Chili, Dessert, Pasta, Sandwich, or Seafood.BBQ is also a category of the Canadian Food Championships. Through the Canadian BBQ Society, the top two Eastern Canada Teams and the top two Western Canada Teams (Manitoba and westward) as of September 15, 2015 will be crowned Canadian Champions and gain entry into the World Food Championships.There is over ,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs! The Grand Prize winner in each category will receive a golden ticket to the World Food Championships held in Kissimmee, Florida in November 2015, a ,500 travel voucher to Kissimmee and a ,500 cash prize.

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Wed, Jul 22 12:00 pm – Thu, Jul 23 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Wed, Jul 22 1:00 pm – Thu, Jul 23 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 22 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, Jul 22 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, Jul 22 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

Family Nature Nights: Forest Fables
Wed, Jul 22 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm

Family Nature Nights are free 2 hr long events in locations across Edmonton on Wednesday evenings in July and August. They’re open to everyone!Imagine going outside to play after dinner and coming home sounding like an expert on aquatic insects, birds, leaves or even the habits of urban coyotes! The possibilities are endless in our natural environment and we have the right nature enthusiasts to guide you through a summer of deepening your connections to our beautiful, complex planet. There are many wonderful natural areas in our urban environment, you may be surprised! Contact us to discover where these habits are and to participate in an urban wilderness adventure of your choice. Nature novices and experts of all ages welcome.

Gold Bar Park, 10955 50 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
« more
Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio

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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Canadian Food Championships
Thu, Jul 23 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Events Edmonton has partnered with the World Food Championships (WFC) to host one exclusive qualifying event in 2015 for Canada. The Canadian Food Championships is a year long search for Canada’s best cooks � from Amateur and Professional. From July 21-25, 2015, the search will reach new levels during the multi-day competition to determine who will be part of Team Canada at the World Food Championships.Competitors can compete in one of 7 different categories in Edmonton, Alberta: Bacon, Burger, Chili, Dessert, Pasta, Sandwich, or Seafood.BBQ is also a category of the Canadian Food Championships. Through the Canadian BBQ Society, the top two Eastern Canada Teams and the top two Western Canada Teams (Manitoba and westward) as of September 15, 2015 will be crowned Canadian Champions and gain entry into the World Food Championships.There is over ,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs! The Grand Prize winner in each category will receive a golden ticket to the World Food Championships held in Kissimmee, Florida in November 2015, a ,500 travel voucher to Kissimmee and a ,500 cash prize.

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Thu, Jul 23 12:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Thu, Jul 23 1:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 23 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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 23 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This summer, Latitude 53 invites members and their guests to return to downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a chance to watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold.Starting June 11, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, great company and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9pm.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
« more
Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Interstellar Rodeo
Park After Dark
Night Market Edmonton

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Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Fri, Jul 17 8:00 pm – Fri, Jul 24 11:00 pm

Please join us for a remarkable and FUN art-making experience. We’re so pleased to be able to offer a class in fused glass for this very special Nina Art Night. Because of the higher cost of supplies involved, we’re offering two ticket options, the basic ticket price will include all the supplies you need to create a small (5×5″) trinket dish or window hanging. For an extra we’ll provide you with extra supplies, and a larger (7×7″) base piece, so you can make a larger bowl or window hanging. Surrounded by art from the artists of the Nina Haggerty Collective, we’ll use the beautiful and vibrant mosiac work of Nina Collective Artist, Aaron Harvey to inspire our pieces. We’ll give you all the instruction and encouragement you need to succeed—and summery sangria, beer, soda and snacks to keep those creative juices happily flowing. In the Nina’s welcoming atmosphere, creativity, socializing and exploration are easy and relaxed. No artistic talent (or inclination!) is necessary.100% of Nina Art Night proceeds go towards supporting the continued success of the Nina Haggerty Centre. We rely on events like these to raise money for much-needed supplies and materials. FAQsAre there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?This is an adults only, 18+ event.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please bring your enthusiasm, absolutely everything else you’ll need to have a great night is being provided.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?Call us at 780-474-7601 or email us at info@thenina.caDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Nope, we will have a list of registered attendees at the event.What is the refund policy?Tickets are final sale, however, you may gift your ticket, just send us an email with your name, and the updated name of the attendee.

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts, 9225 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 0K6

Canadian Food Championships
Fri, Jul 24 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Events Edmonton has partnered with the World Food Championships (WFC) to host one exclusive qualifying event in 2015 for Canada. The Canadian Food Championships is a year long search for Canada’s best cooks � from Amateur and Professional. From July 21-25, 2015, the search will reach new levels during the multi-day competition to determine who will be part of Team Canada at the World Food Championships.Competitors can compete in one of 7 different categories in Edmonton, Alberta: Bacon, Burger, Chili, Dessert, Pasta, Sandwich, or Seafood.BBQ is also a category of the Canadian Food Championships. Through the Canadian BBQ Society, the top two Eastern Canada Teams and the top two Western Canada Teams (Manitoba and westward) as of September 15, 2015 will be crowned Canadian Champions and gain entry into the World Food Championships.There is over ,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs! The Grand Prize winner in each category will receive a golden ticket to the World Food Championships held in Kissimmee, Florida in November 2015, a ,500 travel voucher to Kissimmee and a ,500 cash prize.

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Fri, Jul 24 12:00 pm – Sat, Jul 25 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Fri, Jul 24 1:00 pm – Sat, Jul 25 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Interstellar Rodeo
Fri, Jul 24 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm

The 2015 Interstellar Rodeo Edmonton lineup is here, and this year’s bill is both imaginative and cohesive, bursting with extraordinary talent from top to bottom. Interstellar Rodeo always aims to shine the spotlight on musical mavericks, those who blaze trails and shatter boundaries, and the 2015 lineup is no exception when it comes to artistic exceptionality.Consider our 2015 headliners: St. Vincent, Grammy-winning art rock guitar hero; Father John Misty, indie savant and sly social critic; Charles Bradley, Screaming Eagle of Soul with a heart of gold; Buffy Sainte-Marie, badass musical, cultural and political legend. At every turn, the 2015 Interstellar Rodeo lineup offers important artistic voices of multiple generations.Many of this year’s standouts are dynamic, progressive women who are fearlessly redefining the world song by song, with each transcendent performance. From Polaris Music Prize winner and otherwordly singer Tanya Tagaq to the jaw-dropping vocals of Rhiannon Giddens (founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops), the brassy, bossy and brazen Elle King and the compelling humanity of Oh Susanna, the 2015 lineup includes some of the most fearsome, ferocious and powerful female voices we know.Southern blues, rock and soul traditions are always a common thread amongst Interstellar Rodeo performers, and the festival makes a slam dunk with Shakey Graves, Justin Townes Earle and Black Joe Lewis, each with a unique and forward-looking approach to songcraft. NQ Arbuckle and Lee Harvey Osmond also offer highly original and exemplary takes on the way Canadian artists are also pushing the boundaries of these roots rock traditions.Bringing the old-school dance party fun this year is Lake Street Dive, one of the most entertaining breakout acts of the indie world, and local heroes The Wet Secrets, who will kick things off on Friday, July 24 with their unmistakable marching band style and intensely addictive party rock sound.Interstellar Rodeo, only its fourth year, has fostered a tight-knit community of local business partners, proud volunteers and Alberta’s strongest music champions, who have worked with festival producers Six Shooter Records to build an event that reflects the city’s Can Do spirit.Last year, the Interstellar Rodeo was tested by extreme weather � driving rain created unsafe conditions and forced the cancellation of opening day. In response, IR faced the challenge head on and completely on the fly, extending the festival by an extra day and even bringing in bonus bands. Instead of disaster, it became a celebration of the city’s tenacity, capped by a Mayoral Proclamation of Corb Lund Day, an honour Corb shared with the audience as he headlined the special Monday night show.Thank you again to our returning patrons, volunteers and sponsors, and welcome to those who choose Interstellar Rodeo for the first time. We’ll see you at Hawrelak Park.

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

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 24 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

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 24 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 25 12:00 am

Being downtown is exciting! Being the first true night market in Edmonton is even more exciting! We are making creative use of space in the downtown core during the evening, which was not previously found in Edmonton. Come for the entertainment, stay for the friends.We have the privilege of being considered on of the top 5 Ideas for Edmonton! It is one of the few places where anyone is welcome…young and old. It’s a great place to go relax, listen to music, eat great food and be part of the community.Night Market Edmonton is a public market open to every type of vendor including goods that are not exclusively home made or home grown.Night Market Edmonton will be located in the downtown core. Opening is scheduled for May 22, 2015 and will run every Friday from 7:00 PM-11:00 PM until the end of August 2015.

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

Nina Art Night #3 Fused Glass!
Canadian Food Championships
« more
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Canadian Food Championships
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Interstellar Rodeo
Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Edmonton Eskimos

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Jul 25 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

Canadian Food Championships
Sat, Jul 25 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Events Edmonton has partnered with the World Food Championships (WFC) to host one exclusive qualifying event in 2015 for Canada. The Canadian Food Championships is a year long search for Canada’s best cooks � from Amateur and Professional. From July 21-25, 2015, the search will reach new levels during the multi-day competition to determine who will be part of Team Canada at the World Food Championships.Competitors can compete in one of 7 different categories in Edmonton, Alberta: Bacon, Burger, Chili, Dessert, Pasta, Sandwich, or Seafood.BBQ is also a category of the Canadian Food Championships. Through the Canadian BBQ Society, the top two Eastern Canada Teams and the top two Western Canada Teams (Manitoba and westward) as of September 15, 2015 will be crowned Canadian Champions and gain entry into the World Food Championships.There is over ,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs! The Grand Prize winner in each category will receive a golden ticket to the World Food Championships held in Kissimmee, Florida in November 2015, a ,500 travel voucher to Kissimmee and a ,500 cash prize.

Centennial Plaza, 9828 101A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Sat, Jul 25 12:00 pm – Sun, Jul 26 12:00 am

Brought to you by volunteerism and community involvement, Taste of Edmonton has become a summer tradition within our city that celebrates all the culinary delights and lip-smacking beverages that our community has to offer. By pleasing the forever-loyal downtown crowd and other food-enthusiasts who head into the heart of the city to sample these scrumptious dishes, Taste of Edmonton has been able to grow into the largest food festival in Western Canada.Taste of Edmonton is proud to introduce a set of culinary adventures that will allow food-lovers to adventure off Churchill Square and into the backyards our favourite local producers and food growers.With all of the city’s best food and drinks gathered together in Sir Winston Churchill Square, this festival will be sure to hit your sweet spot. Beer or wine, sweet or savoury, gluten or gluten-free, folk music or jazz – Whatever you fancy, you will be able to find it at Taste of Edmonton 2015!

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

K-Days
Sat, Jul 25 1:00 pm – Sun, Jul 26 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Interstellar Rodeo
Sat, Jul 25 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The 2015 Interstellar Rodeo Edmonton lineup is here, and this year’s bill is both imaginative and cohesive, bursting with extraordinary talent from top to bottom. Interstellar Rodeo always aims to shine the spotlight on musical mavericks, those who blaze trails and shatter boundaries, and the 2015 lineup is no exception when it comes to artistic exceptionality.Consider our 2015 headliners: St. Vincent, Grammy-winning art rock guitar hero; Father John Misty, indie savant and sly social critic; Charles Bradley, Screaming Eagle of Soul with a heart of gold; Buffy Sainte-Marie, badass musical, cultural and political legend. At every turn, the 2015 Interstellar Rodeo lineup offers important artistic voices of multiple generations.Many of this year’s standouts are dynamic, progressive women who are fearlessly redefining the world song by song, with each transcendent performance. From Polaris Music Prize winner and otherwordly singer Tanya Tagaq to the jaw-dropping vocals of Rhiannon Giddens (founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops), the brassy, bossy and brazen Elle King and the compelling humanity of Oh Susanna, the 2015 lineup includes some of the most fearsome, ferocious and powerful female voices we know.Southern blues, rock and soul traditions are always a common thread amongst Interstellar Rodeo performers, and the festival makes a slam dunk with Shakey Graves, Justin Townes Earle and Black Joe Lewis, each with a unique and forward-looking approach to songcraft. NQ Arbuckle and Lee Harvey Osmond also offer highly original and exemplary takes on the way Canadian artists are also pushing the boundaries of these roots rock traditions.Bringing the old-school dance party fun this year is Lake Street Dive, one of the most entertaining breakout acts of the indie world, and local heroes The Wet Secrets, who will kick things off on Friday, July 24 with their unmistakable marching band style and intensely addictive party rock sound.Interstellar Rodeo, only its fourth year, has fostered a tight-knit community of local business partners, proud volunteers and Alberta’s strongest music champions, who have worked with festival producers Six Shooter Records to build an event that reflects the city’s Can Do spirit.Last year, the Interstellar Rodeo was tested by extreme weather � driving rain created unsafe conditions and forced the cancellation of opening day. In response, IR faced the challenge head on and completely on the fly, extending the festival by an extra day and even bringing in bonus bands. Instead of disaster, it became a celebration of the city’s tenacity, capped by a Mayoral Proclamation of Corb Lund Day, an honour Corb shared with the audience as he headlined the special Monday night show.Thank you again to our returning patrons, volunteers and sponsors, and welcome to those who choose Interstellar Rodeo for the first time. We’ll see you at Hawrelak Park.

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

Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Sat, Jul 25 6:00 pm – 9:00 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

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Canadian Food Championships
« more
K-Days
Interstellar Rodeo
Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Atlanta Silverbacks vs. FC Edmonton

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K-Days
Sun, Jul 26 1:00 pm – Mon, Jul 27 12:00 am

It’s your party Edmonton, so lets make it amazing! Be prepared to see top performers at the South stage, ride your favourite rides and taste all those delicious midway treats you just can’t find anywhere else.And don’t miss the surprises we have in store�we think you’re going to find them very exciting!

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

Interstellar Rodeo
Sun, Jul 26 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The 2015 Interstellar Rodeo Edmonton lineup is here, and this year’s bill is both imaginative and cohesive, bursting with extraordinary talent from top to bottom. Interstellar Rodeo always aims to shine the spotlight on musical mavericks, those who blaze trails and shatter boundaries, and the 2015 lineup is no exception when it comes to artistic exceptionality.Consider our 2015 headliners: St. Vincent, Grammy-winning art rock guitar hero; Father John Misty, indie savant and sly social critic; Charles Bradley, Screaming Eagle of Soul with a heart of gold; Buffy Sainte-Marie, badass musical, cultural and political legend. At every turn, the 2015 Interstellar Rodeo lineup offers important artistic voices of multiple generations.Many of this year’s standouts are dynamic, progressive women who are fearlessly redefining the world song by song, with each transcendent performance. From Polaris Music Prize winner and otherwordly singer Tanya Tagaq to the jaw-dropping vocals of Rhiannon Giddens (founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops), the brassy, bossy and brazen Elle King and the compelling humanity of Oh Susanna, the 2015 lineup includes some of the most fearsome, ferocious and powerful female voices we know.Southern blues, rock and soul traditions are always a common thread amongst Interstellar Rodeo performers, and the festival makes a slam dunk with Shakey Graves, Justin Townes Earle and Black Joe Lewis, each with a unique and forward-looking approach to songcraft. NQ Arbuckle and Lee Harvey Osmond also offer highly original and exemplary takes on the way Canadian artists are also pushing the boundaries of these roots rock traditions.Bringing the old-school dance party fun this year is Lake Street Dive, one of the most entertaining breakout acts of the indie world, and local heroes The Wet Secrets, who will kick things off on Friday, July 24 with their unmistakable marching band style and intensely addictive party rock sound.Interstellar Rodeo, only its fourth year, has fostered a tight-knit community of local business partners, proud volunteers and Alberta’s strongest music champions, who have worked with festival producers Six Shooter Records to build an event that reflects the city’s Can Do spirit.Last year, the Interstellar Rodeo was tested by extreme weather � driving rain created unsafe conditions and forced the cancellation of opening day. In response, IR faced the challenge head on and completely on the fly, extending the festival by an extra day and even bringing in bonus bands. Instead of disaster, it became a celebration of the city’s tenacity, capped by a Mayoral Proclamation of Corb Lund Day, an honour Corb shared with the audience as he headlined the special Monday night show.Thank you again to our returning patrons, volunteers and sponsors, and welcome to those who choose Interstellar Rodeo for the first time. We’ll see you at Hawrelak Park.

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

Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 26 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

Atlanta Silverbacks vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Jul 26 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

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Edmonton Go Meetup
Mon, Jul 27 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Go, also called golang, is a programming language initially developed at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It is a statically-typed language with syntax loosely derived from that of C, adding automatic memory management, type safety, some dynamic-typing capabilities, additional built-in types such as variable-length arrays and key-value maps, and a large standard library.

Startup Edmonton, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

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Okotoks Dawgs vs. Edmonton Prospects
Tue, Jul 28 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

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Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 29 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

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
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124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 30 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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 30 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This summer, Latitude 53 invites members and their guests to return to downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a chance to watch the conversation within our Incubator Series unfold.Starting June 11, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, great company and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9pm.

Latitude 53, 10242 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1H7

Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Thu, Jul 30 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
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Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Park After Dark
Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Night Market Edmonton

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Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Fri, Jul 31 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pan American Junior Athletics ChampionshipsFirst held in 1980, the Pan American Junior Athletics Championships are a biennial sport event for track and field athletes from the Americas. In total over 38 countries and 700 athletes will be participating in Edmonton in 2015.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 31 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The Edmonton Prospects Baseball Club is a member of the Western Major Baseball League, featuring top college players. For more information, click here.

Telus Field, 10233 96 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 31 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

Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Fri, Jul 31 8:00 pm – 11:00 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

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 31 8:00 pm – Sat, Aug 1 12:00 am

Being downtown is exciting! Being the first true night market in Edmonton is even more exciting! We are making creative use of space in the downtown core during the evening, which was not previously found in Edmonton. Come for the entertainment, stay for the friends.We have the privilege of being considered on of the top 5 Ideas for Edmonton! It is one of the few places where anyone is welcome…young and old. It’s a great place to go relax, listen to music, eat great food and be part of the community.Night Market Edmonton is a public market open to every type of vendor including goods that are not exclusively home made or home grown.Night Market Edmonton will be located in the downtown core. Opening is scheduled for May 22, 2015 and will run every Friday from 7:00 PM-11:00 PM until the end of August 2015.

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

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Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
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City Market Downtown
Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
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City Market Downtown
Sat, Aug 1 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

Pan American Junior Athletics Championships
Sat, Aug 1 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pan American Junior Athletics ChampionshipsFirst held in 1980, the Pan American Junior Athletics Championships are a biennial sport event for track and field athletes from the Americas. In total over 38 countries and 700 athletes will be participating in Edmonton in 2015.

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Servus Heritage Festival
Sat, Aug 1 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm

2015 will mark the 40th annual of the Servus Heritage Festival – a three-day showcase of Canada’s vibrant multicultural heritage. Approximately 60 pavilions representing over eighty-five cultures will be part of this exciting celebration. Enjoy delicious cultural food, wonderful creative performances, lots of crafts, artwork, clothing, and plenty of opportunities to chat with people eager to talk about their cultural roots and their communities in Canada.Hawrelak Park is the place to be August 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 2015!!

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

City Market Downtown
Pan American Junior Athletics Championships