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Regina Red Sox vs. Edmonton Prospects
Mon, 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

Regina Red Sox vs. Edmonton Prospects
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Canada Day
Canada Day Road Race 2014
Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Fort Saskatchewan Canada Day
Spruce Grove Canada Day Celebration
Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Canada Day Breakfast
St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day
Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Canada Day at the TELUS World of Science
Canada Day at the Garden
Club Kidz Canada Day Party
Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
Canada Day at the Art Gallery of Alberta
The Works Art & Design Festival
Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Canada Day at Elk Island National Park
Boyle Street Community League BBQ
Canada Day at City Hall
Mill Woods Celebrates Canada Day
Canada Day Heritage Chinatown Night Market
Celebrate Canada Day in Beaumont
Regina Red Sox vs. Edmonton Prospects
Canada Day Fireworks Cruise

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Canada Day
Tue, 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

Canada Day Road Race 2014
Tue, Jul 1 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Canada Day Road Race is proud to support the Canadian Cancer Society. More than 0,000.00 has been donated since 2006. 100% of this year’s proceeds and pledges will be donated to cancer research right here in Alberta. When you raise 0.00 or more in pledges, you will receive the Canada Day Road Race signature hoodie.

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

Leduc Canada Day Celebrations
Tue, Jul 1 8:30 am – Wed, 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
Tue, Jul 1 9:00 am – Wed, 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
Tue, Jul 1 9:00 am – Wed, 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

Strathcona County Canada Day Festival
Tue, Jul 1 10:00 am – Wed, 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

Canada Day Breakfast
Tue, Jul 1 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

Join host MLA Laurie Blakeman, her cadre of celebrity pancake flippers, and the Oliver Community League for a FREE pancake breakfast in Oliver Park on Canada Day.

Oliver Park, 10326 118 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

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

St. Albert Celebrates Canada Day 2014 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 147th 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

Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
Tue, Jul 1 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Celebrate the 147th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada. Witness new Canadians take the Oath of Citizenship, visit the War of 1812 Parks Canada Travelling Exhibit and bask in the excellence of being Canadian – eh! Music, games, and historical vignettes will add to the ambiance of the park throughout the day. Avoid the line ups; visit Fort Edmonton Park to buy your tickets online.

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

Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
Tue, 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 TELUS World of Science
Tue, Jul 1 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Tuesday, July 1 not only marks Canada’s birthday but also the anniversary of TELUS World of Science – Edmonton! And this year we are celebrating our 30th birthday. To mark this special occasion we are throwing back to 1984 pricing on July 1, 2014 for both General Admission and IMAX theatre tickets. Both general admission tickets and IMAX tickets will be .00 (+GST)!General Admission tickets include access to two feature exhibitions – K’NEX Thrill Rides and Wildlife Rescue � along with other science galleries, live Science Demonstrations and full-dome shows in the Margaret Zeidler Star Theatre, including: One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure, Experience the Aurora and Dawn of the Space Age.And don’t miss a TELUS World of Science Canada Day tradition as we launch rockets from just outside the main door! Rocket launch is scheduled for 1:45 pm!

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

Canada Day at the Garden
Tue, 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

Club Kidz Canada Day Party
Tue, Jul 1 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Ladies and Gentlemen, Club Kidz along with Fort Road Business Association and Century Casino, presents the second annual Fort Road Canada Day celebration.This year we’re going all out and bringing various forms of exciting entertainment. From bouncy castles, to face painting and live music AND juicy hot dogs generously donated by Century Casino, this is an event you do not want to miss!Bring your family, friends and loved ones and join us on July 1st to celebrate another incredible Canada Day on Fort Road.See you there!

Century Casino, 13103 Fort Rd , Edmonton, Alberta, T5A 1C3

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

Celebrate Canada Day and the Edmonton Valley Zoo’s 55th birthday! Visit the Canadian animals, make a craft, eat a red and white cupcake, and enjoy a wonderful mix of family activities and entertainment.

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

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

Celebrate Canada Day at your AGA with free Gallery admission, thanks to the support of Dentons Canada LLP. 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
Tue, Jul 1 12:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The Works International Visual Arts Society produces The Works Art & Design Festival which attracts artists and patrons from around the world, boosting the energy and imagination of Downtown Edmonton at the start of every summer. The Works is a free event that draws an audience representing all ages and interests, offering over 200 exciting exhibits and special events to the public.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Tue, Jul 1 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Celebrate our nation’s birthday with a visit to the Muttart Conservatory. Enjoy live music, Canada Day crafts and face painting fun. 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 Elk Island National Park
Tue, Jul 1 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Elk Island National Park’s 2014 special events will feature a variety of activities for visitors of all ages. Musical entertainment, cultural performances, guest speakers, outdoor programs, activities, culinary delights and more await you at Elk Island National Park this summer.On Canada Day, enjoy free entry to all of Canada’s National Parks, National Historic Sites and National Marine Conservation Areas. There’s no better way to celebrate our heritage as Canadians than visiting your nearest national park: Elk Island!Join us for a multicultural celebration of our nation’s birthday!

Elk Island National Park, Elk Island National Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, T8L 2N7

Boyle Street Community League BBQ
Tue, 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 at City Hall
Tue, 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

Mill Woods Celebrates Canada Day
Tue, Jul 1 2:00 pm – Wed, 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 Heritage Chinatown Night Market
Tue, 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

Celebrate Canada Day in Beaumont
Tue, Jul 1 7:00 pm – Wed, 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

Regina Red Sox vs. Edmonton Prospects
Tue, 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

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

Happy Birthday Canada. Celebrate our country’s birthday from the best patio in town. Enjoy a cold drink and live music, featuring GO 7, from the middle of the North Saskatchewan River while watching the dazzling fireworks display. Tickets are .00 plus GST per person. This one sells out fast so book early to avoid disappointment.

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

Canada Day
Canada Day Road Race 2014
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Lighting of the High Level Bridge
Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market

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Lighting of the High Level Bridge
Wed, Jul 2 12:00 am – 12:30 am

Watch history being made as 55,000 LED lights are turned on for the first time. Head to your favourite river valley viewing site (such as Ezio Faraone Park, TELUS Field, River Valley Road, Saskatchewan Drive, the Legislature grounds) and see what a community can do to make life a little brighter. Tune in to CKUA on your radio or smartphone, then listen, watch and enjoy as the bridge lights are synchronized to an Edmonton Symphony Orchestra performance of O Canada!

High Level Bridge, 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Wed, Jul 2 12:00 am – 12:30 am

Date: Canada Day July 1, 2014Time: 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

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 2 5:30 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

Lighting of the High Level Bridge
Canada Day Fireworks Finale
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Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Exchange.js JavaScript Meetup

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Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
Thu, Jul 3 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Highlands Outdoor Farmer’s Market, is a night time market where visitors can enjoy an evening of shopping, entertainment, visiting and relaxing in the heart of historical Highlands!

St. Mary’s Anglican Church, 11203 68 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1N6

124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 3 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 3 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This year, we’re looking forward to another summer on downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a once-a-year opportunity to look into the studios of local artists in Incubator.Starting June 12, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, beer from Alley Kat, and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9. And this year, Incubator marks Latitude 53′s 40th anniversary by looking back into the past and ahead into the future of Edmonton’s art community, pairing established and emerging artists and designers to create five two-week projects:24 June – 5 July: Eleanor Lazare & Zach Ayotte7-19 July: Robyn Stuart & Matt Whitson22 July – 2 August: Hailley Honcharik & Robert Iveson5 – 16 August: Chris Camp & Royden Mills18 August – 6 September: Erin Elizabeth Ross & Jesse SherburneJoin us after patio for the afterparty at Red Star

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

Exchange.js JavaScript Meetup
Thu, Jul 3 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Exchange.js is an open community of local developers and designers, who meet monthly to discuss a wide range of topics within the JavaScript ecosystem.Talks range from beginner to advanced and include the full stack of popular JavaScript technologies from jQuery to CoffeeScript to Node.js. It is also common to hear topics covering wider Web-technology trends and evolving standards.The format can change month-to-month, but generally includes industry news and community announcements, followed by two or three 5-15 minute talks. Often a run to the pub or coffee shop follows for those wishing to stay out later.

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

Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
124 Street Grand Market
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Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
BaconFest YEG 2014
Truck Stop at BaconFest
Maritime Night on the Edmonton Queen Riverboat
Park After Dark
Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs. Edmonton Eskimos

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Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Fri, Jul 4 12:30 pm – Sat, 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 30th 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

BaconFest YEG 2014
Fri, Jul 4 5:00 pm – Sat, Jul 5 12:00 am

The ultimate festival celebrating the greatest food on earth…BACON!More deliciously greasy details coming soon!

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

Truck Stop at BaconFest
Fri, Jul 4 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Inspired by the pods in Portland, What the Truck?! presents Truck Stop, a gathering of a small number food trucks. Truck Stop is a window of opportunity to sample food from a variety of vendors, or at least, top off your meal with something sweet!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.

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

Maritime Night on the Edmonton Queen Riverboat
Fri, Jul 4 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Back by popular demand! Enjoy one of the season’s best nights! Enjoy one full lobster, mussels, seafood alfredo, and many, many more choices from our all you can eat seafood buffet. After we dock from our cruise dance the night away with live music from our house band. Tickets are .95 per person plus GST & service fee.

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

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

The party hits the patio every Friday at Park After Dark. With live horse racing, fantastic food and drinks, great music and prizes to be won�summer nights have never felt so exciting. Take part in our Buckin’ Around races throughout the year and you may qualify to race in our championship on Sept 5. The top Men’s and Women’s champs will each take home 00!

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

Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 4 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

Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Fri, Jul 4 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 5 12:00 am

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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
BaconFest YEG 2014
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City Market Downtown
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
#MuseumAfterDark

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City Market Downtown
Sat, Jul 5 10:00 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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sat, Jul 5 12:30 pm – Sun, 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 30th 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

Weyburn Beavers vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sat, Jul 5 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

#MuseumAfterDark
Sat, Jul 5 8:30 pm – Sun, Jul 6 12:00 am

#MuseumAfterDark takes place Saturday, July 5 from 7:30 pm - 11 pm. #MAD will feature the museum’s newest exhibition - Worn to be Wild – the history of the leather jacket, accompanied by vintage motorcycles. Bridges Catering will be providing delicious food for the event, including the two cash bars (one on each level) in the museum. There will also be a DJ and a #MAD poker rally to send you on your own road trip through all the museum galleries with great prizes to be won. For more information visit MuseumAfterDark.com or call the FRAMS office at 780-453-9103.Make sure you get your tickets early, the first #MuseumAfterDark soldout!

Royal Alberta Museum, 12845 102 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 0M6

City Market Downtown
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Takin’ It To The Streets
High Street Summer Block Party
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
French Quarter Farmers’ Market
2014 Edmonton International Track Classic
Savour Strathcona County 2014
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, 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

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

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

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

Takin’ It To The Streets
Sun, Jul 6 11:00 am – Mon, Jul 7 12:00 am

Once again, Whyte Avenue will be hoping with this family friendly and blues inspired music festival.The party is on the street as Whyte Avenue is shut down from 103-104 Street to make room for:- free family pancake breakfast in the morning- two outdoor and one indoor stage featuring 10 of the hottest blues artists- food trucks, vendors- outdoor beer garden

Blues on Whyte, 10329 Whyte Avenue , Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 1Z9

High Street Summer Block Party
Sun, Jul 6 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Save the date! High Street Summer Block Party July 6 10-4PM pop-up shops, food trucks, family fun!Over the last few years, 124 Street has evolved into one of Edmonton’s most vibrant shopping districts and home to some of Edmonton’s finest restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. Nestled along the north bank of the River Valley at the west end of Jasper Avenue, the 124 Street District extends north along the 124 Street corridor to 111 Avenue. We pride ourselves on being a unique business community, delicately tucked away in our large city, offering an array of services to meet our consumer’s needs.

The High Street, 12420 102 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 0M1

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sun, Jul 6 12:30 pm – Mon, 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 30th 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

French Quarter Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 6 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

La Cite Francophone in Edmonton’s French Quarter is once again hosting a vibrant and exciting indoor and outdoor Farmers’ market starting this summer. A focus on locally produced artisan foods, beverages, and music will reflect the growing food culture in Edmonton, infused with a European flair. Open on Sundays from Noon to 4 PM, this market offers a pleasant atmosphere and experience for weekenders and shoppers alike. Building on the successes of its past events, La Cite Francophone would like to invite anyone and everyone that loves art, food, and drink to experience the French Quarter in all of its vitality and beauty.Artisan cheeses, wines, pastries, confections, along with farm fresh produce from the region will star the French Quarter Farmers’ Market at the delight of Edmonton’s growing foodie and arts communities. Paired with local artists, entertainers, and mobile food vendors, the architecture and design of the neighbourhood and building provides a festive atmosphere, making the event perfect for spending a Sunday evening while making it friendly to young families. Ample free parking is available to patrons and full wheelchair/stroller access is granted.

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

2014 Edmonton International Track Classic
Sun, Jul 6 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Athletics Alberta proudly presents the Edmonton International Track Classic to be held on July 5 (open competition) and July 6, 2014 (invitational international section). The Edmonton International Track Classic will be the third meeting of the 2014 National Track League (NTL) Series and first major international meeting in North America after the Caribbean, Canadian and USA Championships. The best athletes in the World will be returning to Edmonton and we invite you to witness the excitement trackside!The Edmonton International Track Classic is a thrill-packed afternoon for the whole family. We invite you to join us at Foote Field and experience great music, great food & lots of fast pace excitement on and off the track. Attention Athletes: Please click here on this link to register to compete within the open section of the EITC on Saturday July 5, 2014Articles from last year’s event Jamaican sprinter Warren Weir runs sub-20 200 metres at Edmonton Classic Growing momentum for Track Classic Edmonton International Track Classic hurdles winner, U.S. track star Lolo Jones attracts attention to her sport…

Foote Field, 11601 68 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Savour Strathcona County 2014
Sun, Jul 6 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Savour Strathcona County is a celebration of local food, gourmet cuisine, arts and heritage. The celebrations take place on July 6, 2014 and includes cooking demonstrations and food trucks!

Centre in the Park Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park, Alberta

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sun, Jul 6 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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Mon, 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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Mon, Jul 7 12:30 pm – Tue, 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 30th 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

Lethbridge Bulls vs. Edmonton Prospects
Mon, Jul 7 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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Tue, 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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Tue, Jul 8 12:30 pm – Wed, 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 30th 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

FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Tue, Jul 8 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting free viewing parties for the remaining 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil games. Watch the semi-finals and finals on a 10 feet x 6 feet HD LED screen at Centennial Plaza, behind the downtown library. There will be soccer-themed fun for the whole family, including balloon artists and face painters. Food trucks will also be on-site.

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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Odysseo by Cavalia
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Wed, 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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Wed, Jul 9 12:30 pm – Thu, 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 30th 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

FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Wed, Jul 9 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting free viewing parties for the remaining 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil games. Watch the semi-finals and finals on a 10 feet x 6 feet HD LED screen at Centennial Plaza, behind the downtown library. There will be soccer-themed fun for the whole family, including balloon artists and face painters. Food trucks will also be on-site.

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

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

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

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

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 9 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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Wed, Jul 9 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Wed, Jul 9 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 10 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
« more
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
124 Street Grand Market
Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Truck Stop: Boyle Renaissance
Patio Roots
Physical Computing Meetup
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Thu, 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

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Thu, Jul 10 12:30 pm – Fri, 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 30th 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 10 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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

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

Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Thu, Jul 10 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Located at the Salisbury Greenhouse, the Salisbury Farmers’ Market is your local source for fresh, local foods, and quality arts and crafts. Join us at this spectacular venue and see what your community has to offer.The Salisbury Farmers’ Market Association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of member vendors.

Salisbury Greenhouse, 52337 Range Road 232, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8H 2T1

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

This year, we’re looking forward to another summer on downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a once-a-year opportunity to look into the studios of local artists in Incubator.Starting June 12, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, beer from Alley Kat, and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9. And this year, Incubator marks Latitude 53′s 40th anniversary by looking back into the past and ahead into the future of Edmonton’s art community, pairing established and emerging artists and designers to create five two-week projects:24 June – 5 July: Eleanor Lazare & Zach Ayotte7-19 July: Robyn Stuart & Matt Whitson22 July – 2 August: Hailley Honcharik & Robert Iveson5 – 16 August: Chris Camp & Royden Mills18 August – 6 September: Erin Elizabeth Ross & Jesse SherburneJoin us after patio for the afterparty at Red Star

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

Truck Stop: Boyle Renaissance
Thu, Jul 10 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Inspired by the pods in Portland, What the Truck?! presents Truck Stop, a gathering of a small number food trucks. Truck Stop is a window of opportunity to sample food from a variety of vendors, or at least, top off your meal with something sweet!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.

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

Patio Roots
Thu, Jul 10 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Enjoy the pyramids in a tranquil atmosphere before taking in great live music on the Muttart Conservatory patio. This enhanced evening will feature local singer/songwriters. This event will be moved indoors if weather is inclement.There’s always something new happening at the Muttart Conservatory. Special Event Days are planned throughout the year to give visitors unique, interactive experiences.

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

Physical Computing Meetup
Thu, Jul 10 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Physical computing deals with how people use hardware and software to sense and respond to the analog world. If you’re interested in robotics, interactive art, new ways of interacting with computers, arduinos, kinects, and more – this is an opportunity to learn more about how people are using some of these things and meet some of the people in the community who are working on them.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Thu, Jul 10 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 11 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
« more
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Mother’s Market
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Park After Dark
Night Market Edmonton
Ottawa REDBLACKS vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Odysseo by Cavalia

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Fri, 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

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

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is an outdoor studio and gallery featuring hundreds of working artists. Its purpose is to provide affordable exposure for Fine Arts: to ensure the appreciation and understanding of visual arts as well as encourage the purchase of original art by local artists. It is produced and sponsored by The Paint Spot.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Mother’s Market
Fri, Jul 11 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Edmonton’s only downtown, 3-day, year-round, indoor farmers’ market!The Mother’s Market is a INDOOR community marketplace for farmers and artisan food and goods producers to showcase their produce/products that is grown, raised or made by them in Edmonton and region.

Mother’s Market, 10251 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N2

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Fri, Jul 11 12:30 pm – Sat, 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 30th 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 After Dark
Fri, Jul 11 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. Take part in our Buckin’ Around races throughout the year and you may qualify to race in our championship on Sept 5. The top Men’s and Women’s champs will each take home 00!

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

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

Night Market Edmonton {Formerly JLS Night Market} is a public market that runs every Friday Night from 7pm-11pm, June to August in the downtown core. We had a fantastic first season! Be a part of Edmonton’s first night market in Beaverhill House Park!Night Market Edmonton will offer food trucks, bath and beauty products, handbags, scarves, goods from around the globe and local entertainment. We are currently looking for vendors to fill niche spots for the 2014 season; such as food trucks, cultural items, unique clothing & goods and fresh produce and, food. Space is limited.

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

Ottawa REDBLACKS vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Fri, Jul 11 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 12 12:00 am

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: The Taming of the Shrew
Fri, Jul 11 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 12 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Odysseo by Cavalia
Fri, Jul 11 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
« more
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
City Market Downtown
Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Edmonton Community Garden Bike Tours 2014
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
East meets West Chinatown Festival
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Church Street Fair
FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Odysseo by Cavalia
Reel Family Cinema presents Frozen
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Odysseo by Cavalia
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Jul 12 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

City Market Downtown
Sat, Jul 12 10:00 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

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sat, 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

Edmonton Community Garden Bike Tours 2014
Sat, Jul 12 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

EBC is teaming up with Sustainable Food Edmonton to host two community garden bike tours!Come see the bounty that is growing at some of the community garden sites operating in the City of Edmonton (there are over 70). Each garden will have a host to share the stories of their garden – how the garden operates, how it came to be, and its impact on the local community. Each tour will visit a different route with approximately 15 kms of riding within 4 hours. You must be comfortable with on-road cycling (light traffic only). Experienced cyclists will lead and tail. Please bring your own:* bicycle* helmet (mandatory for children and recommended for adults)* bike lock* water and lunch* appropriate clothing (tour runs rain or shine!)* sunscreen & bug sprayRegistration is free but mandatory and you will be asked to sign a waiver and photo permission form before participating.Please register at:http://sustainablefoodedmonton.org/bike-tour-registration-2014/West-Central TourSaturday July 12, 20149 am – 1:30 pmMeet at 124 Street Grand Market site, 12327 – 108 AveTour includes: Inglewood garden, St Andrews Seniors Centre garden, YOUCAN Youth Services garden, Grovenor garden, Laurier Heights naturalization & composting site, Rio Terrace garden, food foraging in Mackinnon Ravine, and ending at Westmount garden.Mill Creek & Mill Woods TourSunday July 20, 201411 am – 3:30 pmMeet at Idylwylde Community Garden, 8631 – 81 St (across the street from Bonnie Doon pool on east side)Tour includes: Idylwylde garden, Wagner High School garden, Greenview garden, Lee Ridge Growing & Gardening Together garden, Richfield garden, as well as the Argyll Velodrome, and ending at the French Quarters Farmer’s Market.See some highlights from last year’s 2013 Community Garden Bike Tours!http://youtu.be/TMBzUVMqWOQ Feel free to print and share the event poster!https://drive.google.com/a/edmontonbikes.ca/?tab=mo#folders/0ByPA_mxTBvz1QVJrVzZwQTRIZW8

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

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

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is an outdoor studio and gallery featuring hundreds of working artists. Its purpose is to provide affordable exposure for Fine Arts: to ensure the appreciation and understanding of visual arts as well as encourage the purchase of original art by local artists. It is produced and sponsored by The Paint Spot.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

East meets West Chinatown Festival
Sat, Jul 12 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The East meets West Chinatown Festival showcases Edmonton’s growing cultural diversity. A Cultural Experience to enhance McCauley appeal and to promote McCauley’s unique cultural experience (food, shopping and events).Join Hawkers Market as we host our second outdoor festival in Edmonton. The East Meets West Chinatown Fest is FREE to attend and will close 2 city blocks in Edmonton’s historic Chinatown. Featuring a collection of Edmonton’s most radical food trucks and pop up restaurants!

Chinatown, 9664 106 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 0N4

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sat, Jul 12 12:30 pm – Sun, 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 30th 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

Church Street Fair
Sat, Jul 12 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The first annual Church Street Fair takes place on July 12! Join us in historic Church Street for church tours, choirs, activities for seniors, fun for children (bouncy castle!), local artisans, musicians, and more! Fair central is in front of Sacred Heart Church. Then, from 6-9 we will h ave a clean and sober street dance!

Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples, 10821 96 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5H 2J8

FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Sat, Jul 12 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting free viewing parties for the remaining 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil games. Watch the semi-finals and finals on a 10 feet x 6 feet HD LED screen at Centennial Plaza, behind the downtown library. There will be soccer-themed fun for the whole family, including balloon artists and face painters. Food trucks will also be on-site.

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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sat, Jul 12 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Reel Family Cinema presents Frozen
Sat, Jul 12 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Anna, a bold optimistic girl, embarks on an incredible journey in the company of Kristoff, an experienced mountaineer, and his faithful reindeer in search of his sister, Elsa, the Snow Queen who has plunged the kingdom of Arendelle into an eternal winter. On the way they encounter mysterious trolls and a funny snowman, brave extreme conditions, and confront magic at every turn. Anna and Kristoff will need courage and inventiveness to survive and save the kingdom from chaos. Revisit one of the year’s most popular family films at Metro!Free admission for children 12 and under!Matinee admission: Adults, Students/SeniorsBox office opens 45 minutes before the film starts

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 12 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sat, Jul 12 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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sat, Jul 12 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 12 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 13 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
City Market Downtown
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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Mother’s Market
Eden’s Market
Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
French Quarter Farmers’ Market
Odysseo by Cavalia
FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Ottawa Fury FC vs. FC Edmonton
Odysseo by Cavalia

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Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Sun, Jul 13 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

Whyte Avenue Art Walk
Sun, Jul 13 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is an outdoor studio and gallery featuring hundreds of working artists. Its purpose is to provide affordable exposure for Fine Arts: to ensure the appreciation and understanding of visual arts as well as encourage the purchase of original art by local artists. It is produced and sponsored by The Paint Spot.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 13 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

Mother’s Market
Sun, Jul 13 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Edmonton’s only downtown, 3-day, year-round, indoor farmers’ market!The Mother’s Market is a INDOOR community marketplace for farmers and artisan food and goods producers to showcase their produce/products that is grown, raised or made by them in Edmonton and region.

Mother’s Market, 10251 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N2

Eden’s Market
Sun, Jul 13 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Eden’s Market and Jamie’s Corner, with vendors selling crafts, food, and more. Come enjoy the food trucks!

J.E. Place, 10534 124 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 1R9

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
Sun, Jul 13 12:30 pm – 6:00 pm

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 30th 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

French Quarter Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 13 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

La Cite Francophone in Edmonton’s French Quarter is once again hosting a vibrant and exciting indoor and outdoor Farmers’ market starting this summer. A focus on locally produced artisan foods, beverages, and music will reflect the growing food culture in Edmonton, infused with a European flair. Open on Sundays from Noon to 4 PM, this market offers a pleasant atmosphere and experience for weekenders and shoppers alike. Building on the successes of its past events, La Cite Francophone would like to invite anyone and everyone that loves art, food, and drink to experience the French Quarter in all of its vitality and beauty.Artisan cheeses, wines, pastries, confections, along with farm fresh produce from the region will star the French Quarter Farmers’ Market at the delight of Edmonton’s growing foodie and arts communities. Paired with local artists, entertainers, and mobile food vendors, the architecture and design of the neighbourhood and building provides a festive atmosphere, making the event perfect for spending a Sunday evening while making it friendly to young families. Ample free parking is available to patrons and full wheelchair/stroller access is granted.

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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sun, Jul 13 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

FIFA World Cup Brazil Outdoor Screening
Sun, Jul 13 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

The City of Edmonton is hosting free viewing parties for the remaining 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil games. Watch the semi-finals and finals on a 10 feet x 6 feet HD LED screen at Centennial Plaza, behind the downtown library. There will be soccer-themed fun for the whole family, including balloon artists and face painters. Food trucks will also be on-site.

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

Medicine Hat Mavericks vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sun, Jul 13 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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sun, Jul 13 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Ottawa Fury FC vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Jul 13 5:00 pm – 7:00 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 2014 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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sun, Jul 13 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Historic Festival & Doors Open Edmonton
Whyte Avenue Art Walk
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Make Something Mondays: Social Entrepreneurship
Mon, Jul 14 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Make Something MondaysOn the second Monday of each month, Make Something Edmonton hosts a gathering of Edmontonians doing a particular type of making. The idea is to help you connect with people who share your passions and inspire you to turn your ideas into reality.ScheduleBreakfast: 7:30 AM – 8:00 AMSocial Entrepreneurship Panel: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AMPanelistsMeghan Dear CEO and Founder, LocalizeMeghan has been passionate about agriculture and food her entire life. Her work has ranged from agricultural research with the Alberta Research Council, to working with poor farmers in West Africa to develop improved marketing systems for their crops. She used her knowledge of market-driven programs and technology to found Localize, a social enterprise making it easier for consumers to buy local food.Kyle DubéExecutive Director, YOUCAN Youth Services EdmontonKyle has lived in the Edmonton Area his entire life and has been dedicated to working with youth for the past 20 plus years. He has been with YOUCAN Youth Services since 2002. Kyle helped start Verto Labour Services, a social enterprise that connects employers in need of labour with youth who have trouble getting and keeping jobs so they can live out of harm’s way and move towards economic independence.Antoine PalmerChief Operating Officer, SustainivalIn 2007, Antoine founded Konscious Corp., a firm that has consulted on dozens of social and clean-tech ventures in the Edmonton area. Antoine became a partner and COO of Sustainival in 2012. As the world’s first green carnival, Sustainival showcases new technologies that are viable both technically and economically. With a little bit of that thrill factor, Sustainival aims to provide millions of festival-goers across North America with access to new perspectives on what is possible in the realm of sustainability.Panel ModeratorBrooks Hanewich, Manager of Social Innovation and Enterprise, ChrysalisStarting his career in the private sector, Brooks knew he wanted to translate business practices into social good. In 2006, he supported a Vancouver-based social enterprise through the Community Economic Development Network. Since then, he has worked in the disability services sector, focusing on innovation, business development, and employment services. He currently works with Chrysalis Society where he is developing ConnecToDo, an online marketplace where marginalized people can promote their skills and connect with fellow community members to get work done.

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

Make Something Mondays: Social Entrepreneurship
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Dishcrawl: 124 Street
Odysseo by Cavalia
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Dishcrawl: 124 Street
Tue, Jul 15 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Arguably the hottest up and coming neighborhood, Edmonton’s 124th St. offers the perfect setting for a night of delicious food experience.Join us on Tuesday, July 15th, as we take you to 3 of 124th St. eateries. Taste and smell the local food specialties from this vibrant neighborhood. Don’t wait, get your tickets now!It’s a guessing game! We’re keeping the names of the restaurants we will be visiting a secret for now, but here and there we’ll give you some hints. Follow us on Twitter @DishcrawlYEG and be the first to know!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Odysseo by Cavalia
Tue, Jul 15 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Tue, Jul 15 9:00 pm – Wed, Jul 16 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Dishcrawl: 124 Street
Odysseo by Cavalia
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Make-a-Wish Rope for Hope
How do I turn an idea into a business?
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Five Hole for Food
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Late Night Wednesdays
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Odysseo by Cavalia

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Make-a-Wish Rope for Hope
Wed, Jul 16 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Make-A-Wish Rope for Hope is a unique challenge event that calls on participants to raise pledges in exchange for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to rappel down the edge of a high profile building across 8 Canadian sites.All money raised by Make-A-Wish Rope for Hope rappellers goes to granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.

The Westin Edmonton, 10135 100 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0N7

How do I turn an idea into a business?
Wed, Jul 16 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join us on Wednesday, July 16 at noon at the Edmonton Journal (10006 101 St.) as we welcome three local entrepreneurs to share how they actualized their business ideas. Tickets are free and a light lunch will be served.Doors open at 11:45 a.m. and the show starts shortly after noon. Special thanks to ATB Business for making this event possible. Check out the latest Business Beat survey of small and medium-sized Alberta businesses at atb.com/businessbeat. We would also like to thank TEC Edmonton for partnering with us on this event. TEC Edmonton is a business accelerator that offers expertise, resources and connections to local entrepreneurs. Find out more at tecedmonton.com.

Edmonton Journal, 10006 101 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0S1

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

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

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

Five Hole for Food
Wed, Jul 16 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

It’s been five years since our first coast-to-coast tour playing ball hockey for local food banks and we’re back again to support Edmonton’s Food Bank.Join us on July 16th from 3:00PM � 8:00PM at Centennial Plaza. All you need is a hockey stick and a can of food – we’ll supply the rest. Will you play hockey for food?Edmonton’s Food Bank collects and distributes food to people in need in Edmonton and searches for solutions to hunger. Each month the food bank helps more than 13,000 people through 210 agencies, churches and affiliated food depots. Edmonton’s Food Bank distributes more than 350,000 meals and snacks each month.

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

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Wed, Jul 16 5:30 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

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Jul 16 6:00 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

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

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

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Wed, Jul 16 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 17 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Odysseo by Cavalia
Wed, Jul 16 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Make-a-Wish Rope for Hope
How do I turn an idea into a business?
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K-Days Pancake Breakfast
Taste of Edmonton
Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
124 Street Grand Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Diner en Blanc
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Odysseo by Cavalia

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K-Days Pancake Breakfast
Thu, Jul 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Premier Dave Hancock invites you to his K Days Pancake Breakfast!Free LRT from Churchill Station to Grandin Station starting at 6:30am.

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

Taste of Edmonton
Thu, Jul 17 12:00 pm – Fri, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
Thu, Jul 17 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Highlands Outdoor Farmer’s Market, is a night time market where visitors can enjoy an evening of shopping, entertainment, visiting and relaxing in the heart of historical Highlands!

St. Mary’s Anglican Church, 11203 68 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1N6

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

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

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

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 17 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This year, we’re looking forward to another summer on downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a once-a-year opportunity to look into the studios of local artists in Incubator.Starting June 12, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, beer from Alley Kat, and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9. And this year, Incubator marks Latitude 53′s 40th anniversary by looking back into the past and ahead into the future of Edmonton’s art community, pairing established and emerging artists and designers to create five two-week projects:24 June – 5 July: Eleanor Lazare & Zach Ayotte7-19 July: Robyn Stuart & Matt Whitson22 July – 2 August: Hailley Honcharik & Robert Iveson5 – 16 August: Chris Camp & Royden Mills18 August – 6 September: Erin Elizabeth Ross & Jesse SherburneJoin us after patio for the afterparty at Red Star

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

Diner en Blanc
Thu, Jul 17 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

After shaking various cities around the world, Diner en Blanc is visiting the Capital of Alberta this summer! Diner en Blanc � Edmonton 2014 will take place on July 17th in a SECRET location! This is going to be a feast of white and celebration of elegance, and we are looking forward to seeing you on July 17th!

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Thu, Jul 17 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 18 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Odysseo by Cavalia
Thu, Jul 17 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

K-Days Pancake Breakfast
Taste of Edmonton
« more
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Park After Dark
Saskatoon Yellow Jackets vs. Edmonton Prospects
Odysseo by Cavalia
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Taste of Edmonton
Fri, Jul 18 12:00 pm – Sat, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Park After Dark
Fri, Jul 18 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. Take part in our Buckin’ Around races throughout the year and you may qualify to race in our championship on Sept 5. The top Men’s and Women’s champs will each take home 00!

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

Saskatoon Yellow Jackets vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 18 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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Fri, Jul 18 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Fri, Jul 18 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 19 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
« more
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
YEG River Valley Food Forest Planting
Mother’s Market
The Great Edmonton Book Swap IV
EHS Annual Garden Tour
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Odysseo by Cavalia
Saskatoon Yellow Jackets vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Odysseo by Cavalia

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Jul 19 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

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

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

YEG River Valley Food Forest Planting
Sat, Jul 19 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Let’s plant a food forest in the River Valley! Bring a shovel and a friend, we’re planting an edible forest in Edmonton’s river valley!But wait? Can we really do that?! Absolutely! In fact, the City of Edmonton is providing all of the plant material (more than a thousand native edible plants); saskatoons, cranberry, gooseberry, hazelnuts, pin-cherries, etc!We’ll meet at Government House Park (North of Hawrelak, East of Goat Road) and walk to the site in Mackinnon ravine.Bring your own lunch.More information available at Eventbirght:https://yegfoodforest.eventbrite.com

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

Mother’s Market
Sat, Jul 19 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Edmonton’s only downtown, 3-day, year-round, indoor farmers’ market!The Mother’s Market is a INDOOR community marketplace for farmers and artisan food and goods producers to showcase their produce/products that is grown, raised or made by them in Edmonton and region.

Mother’s Market, 10251 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N2

The Great Edmonton Book Swap IV
Sat, Jul 19 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

It’s been six months since the last book swap. Which means you’ve read a few books you don’t need to keep anymore. You probably bought others on impulse, too. They’re piling up, quite frankly. You look more closely. Good lord. There are books everywhere. Where did they come from? What should you DO WITH THEM?Swap ‘em for some better ones, that’s what.Here’s where I copy-paste from last time:The rules are simple: you bring 5 (or more) gently used books from your collection that you don’t want anymore. And you leave with just as many new ones that you didn’t have before. Bring things that a reasonable person would reasonably want to read. And shoot for the slightly offbeat, if you can: let’s keep all kite running and game hungering to a minimum. The main thing is that it’s allllllll free, baby.Invite anyone you think might be interested. There’s no pressure to show up at the very beginning, or to stay until the very end, either. Drop in when you can. Or just hang out for a bit.Plus! This time we’re meeting in the beautiful atrium on the main floor of the Edmonton Journal building, thanks to the benevolence of the Journal’s editor in chief. Get into it.

Edmonton Journal, 10006 101 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0S1

EHS Annual Garden Tour
Sat, Jul 19 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The EHS Annual Garden Tour is the most popular event of our year and the perfect way to spend a summer weekend in July.Each year’s tour is self-guided. Your ticket will include the gardens, their addresses with driving directions, and a brief description of what makes each garden special. Start where you choose and proceed at your own pace. The tour goes rain or shine. We do not offer refunds.Our warmest thanks and appreciation to the host gardeners who graciously open their private gardens to our ticket holders.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Sat, Jul 19 12:00 pm – Sun, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 19 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sat, Jul 19 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Saskatoon Yellow Jackets vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sat, Jul 19 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: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 19 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 20 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sat, Jul 19 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
YEG River Valley Food Forest Planting
« more
EHS Annual Garden Tour
Taste of Edmonton
French Quarter Farmers’ Market
K-Days
Odysseo by Cavalia
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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EHS Annual Garden Tour
Sun, Jul 20 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The EHS Annual Garden Tour is the most popular event of our year and the perfect way to spend a summer weekend in July.Each year’s tour is self-guided. Your ticket will include the gardens, their addresses with driving directions, and a brief description of what makes each garden special. Start where you choose and proceed at your own pace. The tour goes rain or shine. We do not offer refunds.Our warmest thanks and appreciation to the host gardeners who graciously open their private gardens to our ticket holders.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Taste of Edmonton
Sun, Jul 20 12:00 pm – Mon, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

French Quarter Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 20 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

La Cite Francophone in Edmonton’s French Quarter is once again hosting a vibrant and exciting indoor and outdoor Farmers’ market starting this summer. A focus on locally produced artisan foods, beverages, and music will reflect the growing food culture in Edmonton, infused with a European flair. Open on Sundays from Noon to 4 PM, this market offers a pleasant atmosphere and experience for weekenders and shoppers alike. Building on the successes of its past events, La Cite Francophone would like to invite anyone and everyone that loves art, food, and drink to experience the French Quarter in all of its vitality and beauty.Artisan cheeses, wines, pastries, confections, along with farm fresh produce from the region will star the French Quarter Farmers’ Market at the delight of Edmonton’s growing foodie and arts communities. Paired with local artists, entertainers, and mobile food vendors, the architecture and design of the neighbourhood and building provides a festive atmosphere, making the event perfect for spending a Sunday evening while making it friendly to young families. Ample free parking is available to patrons and full wheelchair/stroller access is granted.

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Odysseo by Cavalia
Sun, Jul 20 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences alike across North America. Odysseo by Cavalia will make its premiere under the White Big Top in Edmonton on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Tickets for Odysseo are now on sale online at www.cavalia.net or by calling 1-866-999-8111.With its latest creation, Cavalia marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. A veritable revolution in live performance, Odysseo by Cavalia features 67 horses and 48 artists in a larger-than-life theatrical production that sends hearts racing. This breathtaking ode to horse and man, imagined by one of the co-founders of Cirque du Soleil, is an absolute feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the spectacular with soul.

White Big Top, 12403 Mount Lawn Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1K5

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sun, Jul 20 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

EHS Annual Garden Tour
Taste of Edmonton
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Taste of Edmonton
Mon, Jul 21 12:00 pm – Tue, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
« more
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Okotoks Dawgs vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Cult Cinema presents Crumb

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Taste of Edmonton
Tue, Jul 22 12:00 pm – Wed, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Okotoks Dawgs vs. Edmonton Prospects
Tue, Jul 22 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: The Taming of the Shrew
Tue, Jul 22 9:00 pm – Wed, Jul 23 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Cult Cinema presents Crumb
Tue, Jul 22 10:30 pm – Wed, Jul 23 12:30 am

Terry Zwigoff’s landmark film is an intimate portrait of the underground artist Robert Crumb, whose unique drawing style and sexually and racially provocative subject matter have made him a household name in popular American art. Zwigoff candidly and colorfully delves into the details of Crumb’s incredible career and life, including his family of reclusive eccentrics, some of the most remarkable people you’ll ever see on-screen. At once a profound biographical portrait, a riotous examination of a man’s controversial art, and a devastating look at a troubled family, Crumb is a genuine American original. (Criterion)Box office opens 45 minutes before the film beginsAdmission: Adults, Seniors/Students

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

Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
« more
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Taste of Edmonton
Today 12:00 pm – Thu, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Today 5:30 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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Today 9:00 pm – Thu, Jul 24 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
« more
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
124 Street Grand Market
Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Calgary Stampeders vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Taste of Edmonton
Thu, Jul 24 12:00 pm – Fri, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

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

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

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

Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Thu, Jul 24 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Located at the Salisbury Greenhouse, the Salisbury Farmers’ Market is your local source for fresh, local foods, and quality arts and crafts. Join us at this spectacular venue and see what your community has to offer.The Salisbury Farmers’ Market Association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of member vendors.

Salisbury Greenhouse, 52337 Range Road 232, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8H 2T1

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 24 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This year, we’re looking forward to another summer on downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a once-a-year opportunity to look into the studios of local artists in Incubator.Starting June 12, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, beer from Alley Kat, and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9. And this year, Incubator marks Latitude 53′s 40th anniversary by looking back into the past and ahead into the future of Edmonton’s art community, pairing established and emerging artists and designers to create five two-week projects:24 June – 5 July: Eleanor Lazare & Zach Ayotte7-19 July: Robyn Stuart & Matt Whitson22 July – 2 August: Hailley Honcharik & Robert Iveson5 – 16 August: Chris Camp & Royden Mills18 August – 6 September: Erin Elizabeth Ross & Jesse SherburneJoin us after patio for the afterparty at Red Star

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

Calgary Stampeders vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Thu, Jul 24 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: The Taming of the Shrew
Thu, Jul 24 9:00 pm – Fri, Jul 25 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
« more
Meet the Next Premier of Alberta II: Jim Prentice
2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Taste of Edmonton
K-Days
Interstellar Rodeo
Park After Dark
Night Market Edmonton
Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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Meet the Next Premier of Alberta II: Jim Prentice
Fri, Jul 25 8:00 am – 10:00 am

The Edmonton Conservative Speakers Series Presents:Meet the Next Premier of Alberta II: Jim Prentice(Admission is at the door with RSVP ( without RSVP) and includes a full Matrix Hotel buffet breakfast.Tickets can be reserved by sending an email to edmcpcspeakers@gmail.com. Please indicate the names and email addresses of all attendees. Note: Ticket price is if RSVP is provided in advance, or at the door). The three candidates running for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta are the guest speakers at this summer’s Edmonton Conservative Speakers Series breakfasts. This month we are pleased to welcome Jim Prentice, the former federal Conservative minister of the Departments of Industry, the Environment and Aborginal Affairs in the Harper government. The Calgary lawyer, former aboriginal land claims negotiator and, until recently, CIBC vice-president, is the only candidate not currently serving in the Legislature. But the “outsider” is supported by most of the PC caucus and is leading in the polls. Mr. Prentice’s platform is based on fiscal responsibility, restoring trust in government, maximizing resource development, strengthening property rights, and world-class leadership on the environment, health care and education. Can he deliver? Judge for yourself at our next breakfast on Friday, July 25.Our June speaker was candidate Ric McIver, and on Friday, August 29, our speaker will be candidate Thomas Lukaszuk. Mark these dates in your summer calendar now so you can hear from and ask questions of all the candidates, one of whom will become Premier of Alberta this fall.Hot speaker, hot topic, hot breakfast: Mark Friday, July 25, 7-9 a.m. in your calendar now!NEW VENUE: Please note, our new venue is the Matrix Hotel, 10640 100 Ave. Parking is free for breakfast attendees.The Edmonton Conservative Speakers Series is hosted by the Edmonton-Strathcona and Edmonton-Centre Federal Conservative Electoral District Associations. All Edmonton conservatives and friends welcome. Admission is at the door with RSVP ( without RSVP) and includes a full Matrix Hotel buffet breakfast.Tickets can be reserved by sending an email to edmcpcspeakers@gmail.com. Please indicate the names and email addresses of all attendees. Note: Ticket price is if RSVP is provided in advance, or at the door. Cash and cheques will be accepted at the door. This event is not a fundraiser for an Electoral District Association, so corporate cheques are permitted. All cheques are to be made payable to “Edmonton Conservative Speakers Series”.RSVP by sending an email to edmcpcspeakers@gmail.com. Please indicate the names and email addresses of all attendees.

Matrix Hotel, 10001 107 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1J1

2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Fri, Jul 25 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

Taste of Edmonton
Fri, Jul 25 12:00 pm – Sat, 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Interstellar Rodeo
Fri, Jul 25 5:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Edmonton is an incredible city for festivals. With such a remarkable selection of summertime events, we are over the moon that so many of you have chosen to attend Interstellar Rodeo in its first two years. We’re still riding high from last year’s sell out, which left us feeling so proud and pleased that we knew we had to deliver an incredible lineup this year to keep the good times going.Edmonton is also a great place for music, and we’re lucky that there is such exceptional homegrown talent. This year, we are excited to have Corb Lund and The Hurtin’ Albertans as one of our headliners, and to introduce Jeff Stuart and The Hearts, one of the rising stars on the local scene.Two completely different, completely electrifying pairings make Interstellar Rodeo 2014 a destination for music fans looking for one of a kind live music experiences. This year’s lineup features special collaborations from big name artists. Gord Downie, The Sadies, and The Conquering Sun, an idea that was years in the making, represent Canada’s most uncommon, enigmatic musical talents. Similarly, the triple-threat of Hydra brings the rich soundscapes of Snowblink and AroarA’s art rock guitar fuzz together with the unmistakable pipes of Leslie Feist.We continue with our trademark theme, to celebrate artistic outlaws and musical mavericks. Interstellar is drawn to fearless, unique performers who refuse to settle for anything less than greatness. Jason Isbell, Andrew Bird, Bahamas and Justin Townes Earle are all incredible examples of artists who are at the top of their game.There’s no weak link in this year’s deeply varied, talent-rich lineup. Our festival is a place of musical discovery with artists on the brink of big things. Bands who will make an impact this year include St. Paul and the Broken Bones, The Lone Bellow, and Six Shooter’s own The Strumbellas. Six Shooter Records is also represented this year by two of our international bands, Trampled By Turtles and Wagons. Wagons is officially the first Interstellar alumni to return � those who attended in 2012 will remember this Aussie tour de force as the smash hit that year.We are proud to present the cream of the crop in a variety of genres, traditional and cutting-edge, from the classic soul of Lee Fields & The Expressions to the art-rock of Ford Pier. And, of course, there’s always a place for the rock bands � The Hold Steady, Bidiniband and No Sinner will satisfy those who like it loud.We know that great music always starts with a song. Across our lineup, top-notch songwriters are again in the spotlight this year. Amos Lee, Tift Merritt, Selina Martin and Jadea Kelly are all proof that no matter the genre, talented songwriters will always connect with music fans.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 25 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. Take part in our Buckin’ Around races throughout the year and you may qualify to race in our championship on Sept 5. The top Men’s and Women’s champs will each take home 00!

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

Night Market Edmonton
Fri, Jul 25 8:00 pm – Sat, Jul 26 12:00 am

Night Market Edmonton {Formerly JLS Night Market} is a public market that runs every Friday Night from 7pm-11pm, June to August in the downtown core. We had a fantastic first season! Be a part of Edmonton’s first night market in Beaverhill House Park!Night Market Edmonton will offer food trucks, bath and beauty products, handbags, scarves, goods from around the globe and local entertainment. We are currently looking for vendors to fill niche spots for the 2014 season; such as food trucks, cultural items, unique clothing & goods and fresh produce and, food. Space is limited.

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

Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fri, Jul 25 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: The Taming of the Shrew
Fri, Jul 25 9:00 pm – Sat, Jul 26 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Meet the Next Premier of Alberta II: Jim Prentice
2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
« more
2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
City Market Downtown
Mother’s Market
Taste of Edmonton
Interstellar Rodeo
K-Days
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Reel Family Cinema presents Classic Winnie the Pooh
Maritime Night on the Edmonton Queen Riverboat
Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Fruit Loop – Summer Ball
Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew

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2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Sat, Jul 26 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

City Market Downtown
Sat, Jul 26 10:00 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

Mother’s Market
Sat, Jul 26 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Edmonton’s only downtown, 3-day, year-round, indoor farmers’ market!The Mother’s Market is a INDOOR community marketplace for farmers and artisan food and goods producers to showcase their produce/products that is grown, raised or made by them in Edmonton and region.

Mother’s Market, 10251 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N2

Taste of Edmonton
Sat, Jul 26 12:00 pm – Sun, Jul 27 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.Heading into its 30th year, 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 2014!

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

Interstellar Rodeo
Sat, Jul 26 12:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Edmonton is an incredible city for festivals. With such a remarkable selection of summertime events, we are over the moon that so many of you have chosen to attend Interstellar Rodeo in its first two years. We’re still riding high from last year’s sell out, which left us feeling so proud and pleased that we knew we had to deliver an incredible lineup this year to keep the good times going.Edmonton is also a great place for music, and we’re lucky that there is such exceptional homegrown talent. This year, we are excited to have Corb Lund and The Hurtin’ Albertans as one of our headliners, and to introduce Jeff Stuart and The Hearts, one of the rising stars on the local scene.Two completely different, completely electrifying pairings make Interstellar Rodeo 2014 a destination for music fans looking for one of a kind live music experiences. This year’s lineup features special collaborations from big name artists. Gord Downie, The Sadies, and The Conquering Sun, an idea that was years in the making, represent Canada’s most uncommon, enigmatic musical talents. Similarly, the triple-threat of Hydra brings the rich soundscapes of Snowblink and AroarA’s art rock guitar fuzz together with the unmistakable pipes of Leslie Feist.We continue with our trademark theme, to celebrate artistic outlaws and musical mavericks. Interstellar is drawn to fearless, unique performers who refuse to settle for anything less than greatness. Jason Isbell, Andrew Bird, Bahamas and Justin Townes Earle are all incredible examples of artists who are at the top of their game.There’s no weak link in this year’s deeply varied, talent-rich lineup. Our festival is a place of musical discovery with artists on the brink of big things. Bands who will make an impact this year include St. Paul and the Broken Bones, The Lone Bellow, and Six Shooter’s own The Strumbellas. Six Shooter Records is also represented this year by two of our international bands, Trampled By Turtles and Wagons. Wagons is officially the first Interstellar alumni to return � those who attended in 2012 will remember this Aussie tour de force as the smash hit that year.We are proud to present the cream of the crop in a variety of genres, traditional and cutting-edge, from the classic soul of Lee Fields & The Expressions to the art-rock of Ford Pier. And, of course, there’s always a place for the rock bands � The Hold Steady, Bidiniband and No Sinner will satisfy those who like it loud.We know that great music always starts with a song. Across our lineup, top-notch songwriters are again in the spotlight this year. Amos Lee, Tift Merritt, Selina Martin and Jadea Kelly are all proof that no matter the genre, talented songwriters will always connect with music fans.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

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

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 26 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Reel Family Cinema presents Classic Winnie the Pooh
Sat, Jul 26 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Based on the stories of A.A. Milne, these heart-warming, classic Disney short films are filled with the timelessly charming adventures of Pooh and his friends.Featuring: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey TreeWinnie the Pooh and the Blustery DayWinner the Pooh and Tigger Too! Free Admission for children 12 and under!Matinee admission: Adults, Seniors/Students

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

Maritime Night on the Edmonton Queen Riverboat
Sat, Jul 26 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Back by popular demand! Enjoy one of the season’s best nights! Enjoy one full lobster, mussels, seafood alfredo, and many, many more choices from our all you can eat seafood buffet. After we dock from our cruise dance the night away with live music from our house band. Tickets are .95 per person plus GST & service fee.

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

Moose Jaw Miller Express vs. Edmonton Prospects
Sat, Jul 26 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

Fruit Loop – Summer Ball
Sat, Jul 26 8:00 pm – Sun, Jul 27 3:00 am

Its hot. Lets party. Sashay down memory lane with us as we celebrate Edmonton’s queer history at the former home of Boots & Saddles and Junction. Fruit Loop, with our fabulous community partner and host – Latitude 53 will be giving a nod to Edmonton’s queer past and drag culture as we revisit this historical queer venue. We encourage all drag queens and kings (new and old) to join the party! It will be worth your while ; ) Arrive early and enjoy the patio!!DJ Queerbait is back in the saddle again!Fashion show by local designer Tyler Groenewegen.Original digital portraits and illustrations from Artathan by JonathanWine tasting by Importico Imports Inc.Safer sex supplies from HIV EdmontonNO COVER – pay by donation. Fruit Loop wristbands are also good for no cover at Evolution Wonderlounge until 12:30am.For more information about Fruit Loop please visit the home page at www.facebook.com/fruitloopedmonton

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sat, Jul 26 9:00 pm – Sun, Jul 27 12:00 am

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

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2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Sun, Jul 27 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 27 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

Eden’s Market
Sun, Jul 27 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Eden’s Market and Jamie’s Corner, with vendors selling crafts, food, and more. Come enjoy the food trucks!

J.E. Place, 10534 124 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 1R9

Interstellar Rodeo
Sun, Jul 27 12:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Edmonton is an incredible city for festivals. With such a remarkable selection of summertime events, we are over the moon that so many of you have chosen to attend Interstellar Rodeo in its first two years. We’re still riding high from last year’s sell out, which left us feeling so proud and pleased that we knew we had to deliver an incredible lineup this year to keep the good times going.Edmonton is also a great place for music, and we’re lucky that there is such exceptional homegrown talent. This year, we are excited to have Corb Lund and The Hurtin’ Albertans as one of our headliners, and to introduce Jeff Stuart and The Hearts, one of the rising stars on the local scene.Two completely different, completely electrifying pairings make Interstellar Rodeo 2014 a destination for music fans looking for one of a kind live music experiences. This year’s lineup features special collaborations from big name artists. Gord Downie, The Sadies, and The Conquering Sun, an idea that was years in the making, represent Canada’s most uncommon, enigmatic musical talents. Similarly, the triple-threat of Hydra brings the rich soundscapes of Snowblink and AroarA’s art rock guitar fuzz together with the unmistakable pipes of Leslie Feist.We continue with our trademark theme, to celebrate artistic outlaws and musical mavericks. Interstellar is drawn to fearless, unique performers who refuse to settle for anything less than greatness. Jason Isbell, Andrew Bird, Bahamas and Justin Townes Earle are all incredible examples of artists who are at the top of their game.There’s no weak link in this year’s deeply varied, talent-rich lineup. Our festival is a place of musical discovery with artists on the brink of big things. Bands who will make an impact this year include St. Paul and the Broken Bones, The Lone Bellow, and Six Shooter’s own The Strumbellas. Six Shooter Records is also represented this year by two of our international bands, Trampled By Turtles and Wagons. Wagons is officially the first Interstellar alumni to return � those who attended in 2012 will remember this Aussie tour de force as the smash hit that year.We are proud to present the cream of the crop in a variety of genres, traditional and cutting-edge, from the classic soul of Lee Fields & The Expressions to the art-rock of Ford Pier. And, of course, there’s always a place for the rock bands � The Hold Steady, Bidiniband and No Sinner will satisfy those who like it loud.We know that great music always starts with a song. Across our lineup, top-notch songwriters are again in the spotlight this year. Amos Lee, Tift Merritt, Selina Martin and Jadea Kelly are all proof that no matter the genre, talented songwriters will always connect with music fans.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

K-Days
Sun, Jul 27 1:00 pm – Mon, Jul 28 12:00 am

What is K-Days? It’s the experience you’re looking for?there for the taking, just a ticket away. It’s the wonder of the Midway, the glow of the past, the promise of the future, the joy of the present.It’s the warm sugary bliss of freshly fried donuts and funnel cakes, the gooey crispness of candy apples, the tart rush of ice-cold lemonade, the tangy smokiness of a perfectly barbecued rib. It’s your taste buds thanking you every 10 steps in each direction. It’s the anticipation of the ride, the sudden thrilling pull of gravity, the dizzy relief of solid ground.It’s the sound of thousands of people screaming out for the band onstage, the warm applause for an exciting new talent performing in public for the first time, the laughter of a small child delighted by the antics of a strolling entertainer. It’s fireworks lighting up the night sky, it’s a colourful parade full of brass bands and beautiful floats. It’s a memory you’ll always keep.K-Days is Edmonton’s Fair?the way you want it, with just a little extra kick.

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

French Quarter Farmers’ Market
Sun, Jul 27 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

La Cite Francophone in Edmonton’s French Quarter is once again hosting a vibrant and exciting indoor and outdoor Farmers’ market starting this summer. A focus on locally produced artisan foods, beverages, and music will reflect the growing food culture in Edmonton, infused with a European flair. Open on Sundays from Noon to 4 PM, this market offers a pleasant atmosphere and experience for weekenders and shoppers alike. Building on the successes of its past events, La Cite Francophone would like to invite anyone and everyone that loves art, food, and drink to experience the French Quarter in all of its vitality and beauty.Artisan cheeses, wines, pastries, confections, along with farm fresh produce from the region will star the French Quarter Farmers’ Market at the delight of Edmonton’s growing foodie and arts communities. Paired with local artists, entertainers, and mobile food vendors, the architecture and design of the neighbourhood and building provides a festive atmosphere, making the event perfect for spending a Sunday evening while making it friendly to young families. Ample free parking is available to patrons and full wheelchair/stroller access is granted.

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

Freewill Shakespeare Festival: The Taming of the Shrew
Sun, Jul 27 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Free Will Players are a not-for-profit theatre company formed in 1989. As operators of the Freewill Shakespeare Festival, the Players endeavor 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.This year we present The Taming of the Shrew in the Myer Horowitz Theatre from July 9 to 27, 2014. Though we’re saddened that we can’t produce this incredible show outdoors, the Horowitz Theatre is an excellent substitute while the Heritage Amphitheatre is being repaired.There are many benefits to moving inside: no rain, mosquitoes or loud motor bikes interrupting the shows to name a few. However, the additional costs and shortened run will have a lasting impact not only on this season but on seasons to come. That’s why we need your help. We’re asking our amazing supporters to sign up for the Goodwill for Freewill campaign.

Myer Horowitz Theatre, 8900 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Indy Eleven vs. FC Edmonton
Sun, Jul 27 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

FC Edmonton is the professional soccer team in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. They play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and all home games for the 2014 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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2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Mon, Jul 28 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

Edmonton Go Meetup
Mon, Jul 28 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

The Minimalists Everything That Remains Tour
Mon, Jul 28 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

About the Free EventImagine your life a year from now. Two years. Five. What will it look like?Imagine a life with less: less stuff, less clutter, less stress and debt and discontent. A life with fewer distractions.Now imagine a life with more: more time, more meaningful relationships, more growth and contribution and contentment. A life of passion, unencumbered by the trappings of the chaotic world around you.What you’re imagining is an intentional life. Not a perfect life, not even an easy life, but a simple one. What you’re imagining is your life once you get the excess out of the way and start focusing on everything that remains.Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, better known to their 2 million readers as The Minimalists, are embarking on a 100-city international tour to share their story of living with less and to celebrate their new book, Everything That Remains.At age 30, Joshua and Ryan left their six-figure corporate careers, got rid of most of their material possessions, and began living more deliberately. Come listen to them speak about their journey into the simple life, followed by a short reading from their new book, a brief Q&A session, and an optional book signing.Free admission. 90-minute event. Come as you are. (You are welcome to pick up a copy of their new book, but you aren’t required to purchase anything.)About the Book: Everything That Remains”Like Henry David Thoreau, but with Wi-Fi.” —Boston GlobeTwenty-something, suit-clad, and upwardly mobile, Joshua Fields Millburn thought he had everything anyone could ever want. Until he didn’t anymore.Blindsided by the loss of his mother and his marriage in the same month, Millburn started questioning every aspect of the life he had built for himself. Then, he accidentally discovered a lifestyle known as minimalism…and everything started to change.That was five years ago. Since, Millburn, now 32, has embraced simplicity. In the pursuit of looking for something more substantial than compulsory consumption and the broken American Dream, he jettisoned most of his material possessions, paid off loads of crippling debt, and walked away from his six-figure career.So, when everything was gone, what was left?Not a how-to book, but a why-to book, Everything That Remains is the touching, surprising story of what happened when one young man decided to let go of everything and begin living more deliberately. Heartrending, uplifting, and deeply personal, this engrossing memoir is peppered with insightful (and often hilarious) interruptions by Ryan Nicodemus, Millburn’s best friend of twenty years.Other Tour Dates and QuestionsOther tour dates: theminimalists.com/tourQuestions: tour@theminimalists.com

Audreys Books, 10702 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3J5

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2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Tue, Jul 29 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

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2014 U15 & U17 National Basketball Championships
Wed, Jul 30 10:00 am – 9:30 pm

The 2014 U15 and U17 National Championships, for men and women, will take place in Edmonton, Alberta at the Saville Community Sports Centre from July 25 to 30.

Saville Sports Centre, 6501 115 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E1

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

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

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

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

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

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

Late Night Wednesdays
Wed, Jul 30 6:00 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

YEG Fitness Digital Magazine Launch
Wed, Jul 30 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm

It’s almost here. We’ve been planning this since our beginning and now it’s becoming a reality. Our digital magazine is coming August 1st and we want to share it with our fans first. We’re hosting a launch party for the digital magazine at the beautiful Mercer Tavern in downtown Edmonton and we’d like you all to make it out in thanks for your support over the past 18 months.Snacks will be served and we will be pre-launching the magazine for attendees. Contact us at tj@yegfitness.ca if you have questions. Hope to see you there.

Mercer Tavern, 10363 104 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 5G5

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124 Street Grand Market
Thu, Jul 31 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

Highlands Outdoor Farmers’ Market
Thu, Jul 31 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Highlands Outdoor Farmer’s Market, is a night time market where visitors can enjoy an evening of shopping, entertainment, visiting and relaxing in the heart of historical Highlands!

St. Mary’s Anglican Church, 11203 68 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 1N6

Latitude 53: The Art of Patio
Thu, Jul 31 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

This year, we’re looking forward to another summer on downtown Edmonton’s best-loved patio. For eleven weeks, we’ll celebrate community with our Patio series and offer visitors a once-a-year opportunity to look into the studios of local artists in Incubator.Starting June 12, look forward to weekly cocktails, special guest hosts from our community, snacks from some of Edmonton’s best spots, beer from Alley Kat, and more in the sun every Thursday from 5-9. And this year, Incubator marks Latitude 53′s 40th anniversary by looking back into the past and ahead into the future of Edmonton’s art community, pairing established and emerging artists and designers to create five two-week projects:24 June – 5 July: Eleanor Lazare & Zach Ayotte7-19 July: Robyn Stuart & Matt Whitson22 July – 2 August: Hailley Honcharik & Robert Iveson5 – 16 August: Chris Camp & Royden Mills18 August – 6 September: Erin Elizabeth Ross & Jesse SherburneJoin us after patio for the afterparty at Red Star

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

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Mother’s Market
Fri, Aug 1 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Edmonton’s only downtown, 3-day, year-round, indoor farmers’ market!The Mother’s Market is a INDOOR community marketplace for farmers and artisan food and goods producers to showcase their produce/products that is grown, raised or made by them in Edmonton and region.

Mother’s Market, 10251 109 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N2

Park After Dark
Fri, Aug 1 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. Take part in our Buckin’ Around races throughout the year and you may qualify to race in our championship on Sept 5. The top Men’s and Women’s champs will each take home 00!

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

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Aug 2 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

City Market Downtown
Sat, Aug 2 10:00 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

Servus Heritage Festival
Sat, Aug 2 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Servus Heritage Festival is the place to be during the August long-weekend. Nestled in Edmonton’s scenic river valley, bordered by lush ravines and the North Saskatchewan River, the Festival draws visitors from around the Edmonton capital region and across the continent to spend some time sampling the tastes, smells, sights, and sounds of a diverse array of cultures.Servus Heritage Festival 2014 marks the 39th annual edition of this premier three-day showcase of Canada’s vibrant multicultural heritage. We will feature 60 pavilions representing over eighty-five cultures from all over the world. Sample culinary delicacies, see creative performances, shop for crafts, artwork, and clothing, or chat with people eager to tell you a little about their cultural roots and their present-day communities in Canada.We are proud to present a celebration of Canada’s renowned multicultural spirit in an atmosphere of tolerance. In spite of events that may be taking place on the international stage, local cultural associations have the foresight to look beyond sometimes centuries-old disagreements, co-exist peacefully for three days in the idyllic setting of Edmonton’s River Valley, and share with visitors, and with each other, those traditions that make their people unique.

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

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