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Western Canada Fashion Week
Tue, Mar 31 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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

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

Western Canada Fashion Week
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Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Late Night Wednesdays
EMUG presents – Balancing Microsoft Workloads Using F5
Western Canada Fashion Week
Poor Vote Turnout – promoting voting by the poor
Green Drinks: Greening Your Closet

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Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Today 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
Today 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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

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

EMUG presents – Balancing Microsoft Workloads Using F5
Today 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Join us as we Partner with F5 Technologies to show us how to load balance Microsoft Workloads using F5 load balancers. THis session will cover the following:1. Deploying F5 with Microsoft Remote Desktop Servicesa. Remote Desktop Services enables users to remotely access full Windows desktops, or individual Windows-based applications, on Remote Desktop Session Host computers. In an environment using BIG-IP LTM system, a farm of Remote Desktop Session Host servers has incoming connections distributed in a balanced manner across the members of the farm. Come learn how you can reduce your costs and simplify your architecture.2. Post-TMG: Securely Delivering Microsoft Applicationsa. Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway customers need an alternative to secure their Internet-facing Microsoft applications. F5 BIG-IP Application Delivery Controllers provide the advanced features necessary to fill the gap.3. Demo of f5 – Microsoft Remote Desktop Services.Denis Grimard has worked with medium and large Information Technology organizations since 1992. He began his career in IT while in the Canadian Armed forces at 15 Wing Moose Jaw for 8 years. Denis then did two years consulting with large organizations prior to moving on to Saskatchewan Wheat Pool / Viterra as an employee. Denis performed several roles at Viterra as both managerial and technical lead for the Service Desk, Second Line Support, email and communications, Windows Server Team, VMware Team and finally managing and supporting the largest Citrix implementation in Saskatchewan. After 10 years at Viterra; Denis moved to Saskatoon to be the Senior Systems Administrator on Windows and VMware for Cameco Corporation, and finally to be the Field Systems Engineer since September 2012.

NAIT, 11762 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2R1

Western Canada Fashion Week
Today 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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

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

Poor Vote Turnout – promoting voting by the poor
Today 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

view past weeks events http://www.poorvoteturnout.ca/videos-promoting-voting___________________________Alberta Mock Election for Premier 2015Wednesday April 1, 2015 – 7:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.Rossdale Hall 10135-96 Ave.Mock Election Victory Party and Open Stage to follow at 8:00 P.M.1. Provincial 2. Real party leaders only3. No ID required4. Voting age lowered to ten. 5. no ballots – tally sheet6. also phone in to vote 780-421-0183- Candidates for Premier of Alberta:Greg Clark – The Alberta PartyTBA – Wildrose PartyJanice Keeping – The Alberta Green PartyRachel Notley – Alberta NDPJim Prentice – Alberta Conservative Party Naomi Rankin – Alberta Communist PartyDavid Swan – Alberta Liberal PartyPublic Meetings – Poor Vote Turnout – promoting voting by the poor Every Wednesday 7:00 PM – 8:00 PMRossdale Hall 10135-96 Ave.Poor Vote Turnout – promoting voting by the poorhttp://www.poorvoteturnout.cainfo@poorvoteturnout.caLive Music – following the meeting at 8:00 All Ages Musical Open Stage_________________________________________

Rossdale Community Hall, 10135 96 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0A5

Green Drinks: Greening Your Closet
Today 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/green-drinks-greening-out-your-closet-tickets-16009596133?aff=es2With spring around the corner; we thought we would lend a helping hand to truly get that closet in shape! We’ll be diving into how to green your clothing, minimize stuff and maximize your enjoyment, and choose products that a better for you and the environment. Plus, you get to do this over drinks, with Edmonton’s finest. Join us at this exciting spring Green Drinks and discover how to take spring cleaning to the next (and much more sustainable) level!WHAT IS GREEN DRINKS? Every month people who work in the environmental field meet up at informal sessions known as Green Drinks. We have a lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government and business. Come along and you’ll be made welcome. Just say, “are you green?” and we will look after you and introduce you to whoever is there. It’s a great way of catching up with people you know and also for making new contacts. Everyone invites someone else along, so there’s always a different crowd, making Green Drinks an organic, self-organizing network. These events are very simple and unstructured, but many people have found employment, made friends, developed new ideas, done deals and had moments of serendipity. It’s a force for the good and we’d like to help it spread to other cities. Contact your local node to get the latest info about coming along.

Yellowhead Brewery, 10229 105 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3L5

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Late Night Wednesdays
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The Culture Collective Spring Arts Market
Western Canada Fashion Week
YEG Promoters Unite Presents: 6 Layer Promoter Burrito

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The Culture Collective Spring Arts Market
Thu, Apr 2 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Culture Collective is proud to present…***SPRING ARTS MARKET***Thursday, April 2, 2015Yellowhead Brewery 10229 105 St NWDoors 7-10pmMultiple vendors and performances from:STEPMOTHERSCAPITAL CITY BURLESQUEDARREN BOLZPOLYESTERDAY+ MUCH MORE!!!Limited advance tickets available online. Also available at the door, first-come first-served. www.culturecollective.ca

Yellowhead Brewery, 10229 105 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 3L5

Western Canada Fashion Week
Thu, Apr 2 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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

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

YEG Promoters Unite Presents: 6 Layer Promoter Burrito
Thu, Apr 2 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Edmonton is a pretty lucky town. Most of the people who book shows in this city would rather help each other out and be pals than compete with each other. To prove that, this will be the first in a series of shows where each promoter picks a band they love and give them the chance to play a big stage to a hopefully big crowd. Clean Up Your Act Productions presents: EXITShttp://exitsband.bandcamp.com/The CHESS HOUSE Presents: BIG BEN and Koschmyoozikhttp://bigben1.bandcamp.com/Blurred Lenz Presents: Slow Girl Walkinghttp://slowgirlwalking.bandcamp.comDouble Lunch Productions presents: Book of Cavernshttp://bookofcaverns.bandcamp.com/Ramshackle Day Parade presents: Boryshttps://soundcloud.com/borysjSpace presents: TBABands will be announced soon! Advance http://www.starliteroom.ca/event/817219 DoorDoors 7PM Bands 8PM

The Starlite Room, 10030 102 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0V6

The Culture Collective Spring Arts Market
Western Canada Fashion Week
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Good Friday
Western Canada Fashion Week
Vancouver Stealth vs. Edmonton Rush

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Good Friday
Fri, Apr 3

Good Friday occurs two days before Easter Sunday. It is the day when Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, which plays an important part in the Christian faith. It is also a statutory holiday in all Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec, where it is partially observed.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Western Canada Fashion Week
Fri, Apr 3 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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

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

Vancouver Stealth vs. Edmonton Rush
Fri, Apr 3 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm

The Edmonton Rush are back for their 10th season in the NLL. For more information visit http://www.edmontonrush.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

Good Friday
Western Canada Fashion Week
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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
City Market Downtown
On the Spot at Latitude 53
Cash Mob High Street
Western Canada Fashion Week
Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Apr 4 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, Apr 4 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.

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

On the Spot at Latitude 53
Sat, Apr 4 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

We’re back at Latitude 53 with a bevy of amazing #yegmade artists. Come early to get a sweet swag bag stuffed with locally made goodies. For the first 50 people only!We will have music by the always amazing The Rhythm Group and Oodles of Chocolates will be set up for lunch!Want to see the best that Edmonton creates? Check this out.Confirmed Vendors:Jann Semkow Clay Art Shooting StarfishHeart and Soul Fine Art Bronze & ButterfliesLines Designs Handbags Kristin Lane Design Rosa & Lilium ApothecaryTiny Treats Soap Co. Milk & Cookies Bakeshop Kristin Anderson Poymer Art Mosaics by MargoCozy Creations Tessa M Designs Frankie While She Was DreamingBreathe Jewels Eleri Creations Knights of the Northern RealmRobin Light, WatercoloursJust.Act.Natural StudioFrog Princess DesignsEver & BlissNVS Art Love Cha Tessa M Designs Ameya StudioMeliEssentialsCB Designs Sashiko Studio Salt Water Tea CA Designs eissyrC art Donna D StoreHome Decor by Marlene The Rebel Artist Cloud + LollyScribbles Art A Different PaletteMrs. P’s PotionsLots more to come!

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

Cash Mob High Street
Sat, Apr 4 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Cash Mob Edmonton is settings its sights on High Street businesses ailing amid the 102 Ave. bridge closure. On April 4th at 12pm, engaged Edmontonians are encouraged to visit High Street and take part in our biggest Cash Mob event ever. With the bridge closed indefinitely, businesses in the area aren’t getting the same traffic as usual. That’s why Cash Mob Edmonton decided to hit the whole area, rather than just one business. Shops in the mostly locally-owned district report a noticeable drop in traffic coming through the doors.Businesses will offer discounts, a wine tasting and gift cards to thank Cash Mobbers for their support. It’s suggested participants bring , a tote bag and as many people as they can.A little cash and a lot of people goes a long way. Help us ensure a prosperous local economy for the good of everyone.

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

Western Canada Fashion Week
Sat, Apr 4 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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

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

Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers
Sat, Apr 4 9:00 pm – Sun, Apr 5 12:00 am

For the most up-to-date schedule, complete with TV listings, click here.For roster updates, stats, news, and other information, visit http://oilers.nhl.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
City Market Downtown
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Easter Sunday
Sun, Apr 5

Easter Sunday in Canada celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection after his death, which is described in the Christian Bible. Some people observe Easter Sunday by attending church while others spend time with their families and friends or engage in Easter egg activities.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Easter Sunday
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Easter Monday
Mon, Apr 6

Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday, which commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection, according to the Christian Bible. Easter Monday is also a holiday for many Canadians.

Various Locations, Edmonton, Alberta

Easter Monday
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Los Angeles Kings vs. Edmonton Oilers
Tue, Apr 7 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

For the most up-to-date schedule, complete with TV listings, click here.For roster updates, stats, news, and other information, visit http://oilers.nhl.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

Los Angeles Kings vs. Edmonton Oilers
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104th Street Community Information Meeting
Wed, Apr 8 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Free Tickets are available through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/104th-street-community-information-meeting-tickets-16175055025?ref=estw The 104th Street Steering Committee is proud to host our second community information meeting. Please join us on April 8th, 2015 for an evening with Barbara Ursuliak from the City of Edmonton presenting on 104th Street’s Accreditation into the Purple Flag program and how it will affect both residents and businesses on 104th Street; discussions with EPS and their presence on our street; and Scott McKeen, our ward 6 City Councillor, and Chris Buyze, president of DECL, who will update us on the upcoming growth and development of our downtown. Once again, this is a fantastic opportunity to learn what is happening on our street and find out how it impacts you. If you are a resident you need to be here. This event is open to all interested community members including business owners, condo boards, residents and anyone who has an interest in 104th street. We are so pleased to advise that the Coast Hotel has once again graciously provided the use of the Glenora Conference room. We hope to see you there. Seating for this event is limited so please click here to ensure you get your free ticket for the event. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/104th-street-community-information-meeting-tickets-16175055025?ref=estw

Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel, 10155 105 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1E2

104th Street Community Information Meeting
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San Jose Sharks vs. Edmonton Oilers
Thu, Apr 9 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

For the most up-to-date schedule, complete with TV listings, click here.For roster updates, stats, news, and other information, visit http://oilers.nhl.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

San Jose Sharks vs. Edmonton Oilers
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Edmonton Silver Ceremony
Fri, Apr 10 7:15 pm – 9:45 pm

His Honour, Colonel (Ret’d) the Honourable Donald S. Ethell, OC, OMM, AOE, MSC,CD, LLDLieutenant Governor of AlbertaRequests the pleasure of your company atThe Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Silver LevelCertificate and Pin CeremonyFAQsCan I bring guests?You may register a maximum of two guests to attend your Ceremony. For security reasons we require their full name (as shown on valid photo ID). If you belong to a group your leader will be issued a separate invitation and does not count towards your guest allotment.What are my parking options getting to the event?Free parking is available on site.What is the dress code?Gentlemen – Business attire. Ladies – Suit or Dress. Uniforms are encouraged, please no hats.Is my registration/ticket transferrable?No. Registration is on a first come / first served basis. If you are unable to attend participants on the waitlist will be invited in your place.Can I update my registration information?Yes, if your guests change please update your registration information. It is important to have correct names for Security.Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?No, you will be greeted by Security and will have to show valid identification in order to access the Ceremony.How can I contact The Award Office with any questions?Any questions can be directed to rsvp@theaward.ca.

Government House, 12845 102 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 0M6

Edmonton Silver Ceremony
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2015 Edmonton Volunteer Fair
Reykjavik Calling Concert | #TasteofIceland in Edmonton
Calgary Roughnecks vs. Edmonton Rush

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2015 Edmonton Volunteer Fair
Sat, Apr 11 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Volunteer Edmonton and ECVO invites non-profit and charitable organizations to register to participate in Edmonton’s largest volunteer fair to kick off National Volunteer Week on April 11, 2015. West Edmonton Mall reports that 78,000 people visit the mall daily, so this is an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of your orgnization and the great work you do, as well as to recruit volunteers to help you complete that work! Edmontonians are asked to Be a YEG Hero and unleash thier inner superhero by volunteering! There will be lots of entertainment, prizes and over 80 non-profits in attendance, as well as a superhero or two.Please note that only 2 people may attend a table at one time due to space limitations. If you need to have 3 or more people at your table, you have to purchase more than one table/registration.Once you register, you will receive an information package, so please be sure to include the e-mail of the person who will be attending the event. There are NO refunds for cancellations.NOTE: If you have any questions, please contact the organizer, Amanda Sokol at asokol@volunteeredmonton.com

West Edmonton Mall, 8882 170 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 4J2

Reykjavik Calling Concert | #TasteofIceland in Edmonton
Sat, Apr 11 8:00 pm – Sun, Apr 12 12:30 am

Award-winning Icelandic musician, Bjorn Thoroddsen, hailed as “Iceland’s Guitar Hero,” will headline a special free concert, “Reykjavik Calling – Guitarama,” at Edmonton’s Starlite Room on Saturday, April 11. Icelandic artists Bjorn Thoroddsen, Beebee and the bluebirds and Jon Hilmar Karason will join Edmonton Musicians Kim Lesaca, Dean Pierno, Bobby Cameron and Clint Pelletier for a unique night of musical collaborations. Admission to the concert is on a first-come, first-served basis. 18+ WHEN: Saturday, April 11 (first-come, first-served) WHERE: Starlite Room|10030 102 Street Northwest | Edmonton, AB | T5J 0V6 | Google mapsPRICE: Free FEATURED ARTISTS: Bjorn Thoroddsen (Iceland) | YouTubeBeebee and the bluebirds (Iceland) | Website | YouTube |FacebookJon Hilmar Karason (Iceland) |YouTubeKim Lesaca (Edmonton) | WebsiteDean Pierno (Edmonton) | WebsiteBobby Cameron (Edmonton) | WebsiteClinton Pelletier (Edmonton) | WebsitePast Reykjavik Calling performers have included Of Monsters and Men, Asgeir Trausti, Lay Low and more. This could be your chance to catch Iceland’s next big thing!About Taste of Iceland in EdmontonReykjavik Calling is part of Taste of Iceland in Edmonton, a cultural event that will celebrate Iceland’s food, music and film from April 9-12 to give Edmontonians a taste of what life is like in Iceland. Click here to RSVP on Facebook, and join the conversation on Twitter & Instagram by tagging @IcelandNatural with the hashtag #TasteofIceland.FAQsDo I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. this is simply an RSVP. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. What is the age limit?You must be at least 18 years old to attend this event.

The Starlite Room, 10030 102 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0V6

Calgary Roughnecks vs. Edmonton Rush
Sat, Apr 11 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Rush are back for their 10th season in the NLL. For more information visit http://www.edmontonrush.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

2015 Edmonton Volunteer Fair
Reykjavik Calling Concert | #TasteofIceland in Edmonton
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Icelandic Film Screenings | #TastseofIceland in Edmonton
Sun, Apr 12 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Discover the best in Icelandic film at Edmonton’s Metro Cinema at the Garneau, where Iceland Naturally will host a series of Icelandic film screenings on Sunday, April 12. Specially curated by the Reykjavik Shorts & Docs Festival, admission to the film screenings is free and on a first-come, first-served basis.WHEN: Sunday, April 12 | 2-5 PM WHERE: Metro Cinema at the Garneau | 8712 109 Street Northwest | Edmonton, AB | T6G 1E9 (Google maps)PRICE: FreeFilm program to be announced!About Taste of Iceland in EdmontonThe film screening is part of Taste of Iceland in Edmonton, a cultural event that will celebrate Iceland’s food, music and film from April 9-12 to give Edmontonians a taste of what life is like in Iceland. Click here to RSVP on Facebook, and join the conversation on Twitter & Instagram by tagging @IcelandNatural with the hashtag #TasteofIceland.

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

Icelandic Film Screenings | #TastseofIceland in Edmonton
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UDI Alberta Presents: The Municipal Government Act Review
Mon, Apr 13 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

THE MGA REVIEW PROCESSThe Government of Alberta is conducting a full review of the Municipal Government Act to ensure that modern, effective, and leading-edge legislation is in place for citizens municipalities, and businesses.Over the past three years, UDI Alberta has worked closely with the Alberta Government to identify key review items in the Municipal Government Act. This work has included the Minister’s Symposium on Alternative Methods of Financing, direct industry advocacy, and public and stakeholder consultations. Most recently, UDI Alberta has dedicated hundreds of hours to focus group meetings with Municipal Affairs, representatives from municipalities, and industry stakeholders. THE EVENT – WHAT TO EXPECTThis half-day session will offer attendees a comprehensive, in-depth look at the MGA Review Process as well as a full understanding of the current status of negoations. The session will feature:Full scale presentation on review processUnderstanding of government-led reviewUDI Alberta’s overarching strategyOutline of Government’s expectationsHighlight of municipalities’ position(s)Information on how to advocate for UDI Alberta Feature speakers, including representatives from UDI Alberta and CHBA Alberta, will walk attendees through the expected policy shifts and potential amendments for the MGA as well as the timelines associated. WHO SHOULD ATTEND?The Municipal Government Act is the legislative framework that provides a governance model for Alberta’s cities, towns, villages, municipal districts, specialized municipalities, and other forms of local government. Its application affects developers, builders, and any organizations involved in the building of Alberta. Attendees should include:Developers and development professionalsHome buildersEngineersPlannersTrades April 13, 20159 am – 12 noonRoyal Glenora Club11160 River Valley Road, EdmontonTickets are available for all UDI Alberta members, CHBA Alberta members and industry stakeholder organizations.Tickets are per person, plus service charge.For more information, contact Tracey or Donna at UDI Alberta.

Royal Glenora Club, 11160 River Valley Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2G7

City Council Public Hearing
Mon, Apr 13 2:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Agenda:Bylaw 17110 – To allow for the development of a mix of low density residential uses, Charlesworth
Bylaw 17147 – To allow the opportunity for a site specific development control provision, adding Indoor Participant Recreation Services as a use to the existing development control provision, Summerside
Bylaw 17159 – To allow for the development of single detached residential and semi-detached residential uses, Keswick
Amendment to the Groat Estate Implementation Plan – To redesignate the subject site from residential use to low intensity commercial uses
Bylaw 17157 – To allow for additional accessory vehicular parking for existing commercial uses along 124 Street, Westmount
Bylaw 17140 – To allow for the development of single detached housing, semi-detached housing and row housing, Fraser
Bylaw 17141 – To allow for the development of single detached housing, Kirkness
Bylaw 17142 – To allow for the development of a public park, Kernohan
Bylaw 17146 – To allow for small scale residential infill redevelopment, Matt Berry
Bylaw 17148 – Closure of a portion of 153 Avenue NW road right-of-way, Fraser
Bylaw 17150 – To allow for the development of single detached housing, Fraser
Bylaw 17153 – To allow for the development of single detached housing, Fraser
Bylaw 17151 – Text Amendment to the Edmonton Zoning Bylaw
Amendment to the 100 Avenue Planning Study
Bylaw 17155 – To allow for the development of row housing, Glenwood
Bylaw 17158 – To allow the addition of Health Services to the list of allowable uses, Place La Rue
Bylaw 17156 – To allow for the development of row housing, Canora
Bylaw 17154 – To allow for the development of Medium Density Residential uses in the form of Row Housing, Glenora
To see the full agenda for this meeting, click here.You can watch or listen live online here.

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

UDI Alberta Presents: The Municipal Government Act Review
City Council Public Hearing
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Sage Awards
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Late Night Wednesdays

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Sage Awards
Wed, Apr 15 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

The Sage Awards, presented by Servus Credit Union, recognize and celebrate the contributions and achievements of seniors in Greater Edmonton. Be inspired by seniors who work tirelessly to make our community, province, nation and world a better place to live, work and play.The Awards will be presented at a Luncheon Celebration.

Chateau Lacombe, 10111 Bellamy Hill, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N7

Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Apr 15 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, Apr 15 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

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

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

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Edmonton Police Commission Public Meeting
Thu, Apr 16 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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

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

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, Apr 18 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, Apr 18 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.

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

Colorado Mammoth vs. Edmonton Rush
Sat, Apr 18 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm

The Edmonton Rush are back for their 10th season in the NLL. For more information visit http://www.edmontonrush.com.

Rexall Place, 7424 118 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4M9

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Edmonton Journal Employment Supershow
Wed, Apr 22 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Edmonton’s largest one day employment tradeshow brought to you by The Edmonton Journal. Edmonton Expo Centre at Northlands, Edmonton, FREE ADMISSION & COMPLIMENTARY PARKING (mention job fair at kiosk) On LRT Line. Featured Exhibitors Alberta Distance Learning Centre Website: www.adlc.caTwitter: @adlc_homeIndustry: Distance EducaitonAlberta Human Services Website: http://humanservices.alberta.ca/ Industry: Government Alco Gas & Oil Production Equipment Ltd. Website: http://www.alcogasoil.com/ Industry: Oil & Gas Arbonne International District Manager: Nicole White Website: http://nicoleelizabethwhite.arbonne.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arbonnewhite Industry: Health & Wellness Consulting Caron Transport Website: www.carontransport.ca Industry: Transportation Commissionaires – Northern Alberta Website: www.commissionaires.ab.ca Industry: Security E Construction Ltd. Website: http://www.ECLTD.ca/ Industry: Road Construction Edmonton Journal Website: www.edmontonjournal.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EdmontonJournal Twitter: @EdmontonJournal Industry: Media, multi-platform Edmonton Public Schools Website: www.epsb.ca Industry: Education EmployAbilities Website: http://www.employabilities.ab.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmployAbilities Twitter: @EmployAbilities Industry: Employment Services & Resources Expocrete an Oldcastle Company Website: www.expocrete.com Industry: Manufacturing GCS Energy Services Ltd. Website: www.gcsenergy.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gcsenergy Twitter: @gcs.energy  Industry: Construction Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School Website: www.IHESCHOOL.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IHESchool Industry: Training / Oil & Gas / Construction / Mining Investors Group Website: www.alnagy.com Industry: Financial Investments Kal Tire Website: www.kaltire.ca Twitter: @KalTire Industry: Retail & Service Provider Landmark Building Solutions Website: www.landmarkgroup.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landmarkbuildingsolutions Industry: Construction (Residential) Local 92 – Construction & General Workers Union Website: www.local92.com Industry: Labourers Union MTE Logistix Website: www.mtelogistix.com NorQuest College Website: www.norquest.ca Industry: Education Olive Garden Website: www.olivegarden.com Industry: Restaurant Pro-V Manufacturing Website: http://www.provmfg.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pro-V-Manufacturing-LP/376085012542509 Twitter: @ProVHR Industry: Oil & Gas Red Lobster Website: www.redlobster.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/workatRedLobster Twitter: @RedLobster Industry: Restaurant Spectrum Safety Services Website: www.firstaidsafetytraining.ca Twitter: @SCCPRFirstAid Industry: Safety Training Sun Life Financial Website: www.sunlife.ca/shannon.ogilvie Industry: Finance Sureway Construction Group Ltd. Website: www.sureway.ca  Facebook: www.surewayconstructiongroup Twitter: @SurewayConstruc  Industry: Heavy Civil Construction Tartan Canada Corporation Website: www.tartan.ca Industry: Oil & Gas Thomas Insulation Inc. Website: www.thomasinsulation.ca Industry: Insulation Trimac Transportation Website: www.trimac.com Industry: Transportation Union Tractor Ltd. Website: http://www.uniontractor.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uniontractor Industry: Heavy Equipment Sales (parts) & Service UPS Website: www.upsjobs.com Industry: Delivery

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

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The Long Road | Edmonton Screening
Thu, Apr 23 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

How does a nation find healing in the wake of destruction?Cambodia’s lush landscape and smiling faces make it hard to imagine that just 35 years ago, the country was torn apart by genocide. Yet today, its painful past still grips society in so many ways. This documentary follows one organization as they journey alongside the Cambodian people on their long road to restoration.Join us in Edmonton for the release of our new documentary and to celebrate Ratanak’s 25th Anniversary! Reserve your free ticket today! Space is limited and priority will be given to those who have reserved a ticket.There will be an opportunity to donate and support the work of Ratanak International at the event.

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

Enterprise Edmonton Presents The Walrus Talks Aboriginal City
Thu, Apr 23 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Get your tickets forPresents The Walrus Talks Aboriginal CityEighty minutes of lively, thought-provoking ideas on Aboriginal life in Canadian cities—from culture, to business, to politics, and more! Featuring:Jessica Bolduc, The 4Rs Youth MovementDouglas Cardinal, architectLewis Cardinal, Cardinal Strategic CommunicationsGinger Gosnell-Meyers, The City of VancouverRoberta Jamieson, IndspireClayton Kootenay, MOU Team Lead, Treaty 6, 7, 8Wab Kinew, journalist, musician, and educatorPatti LaBoucane-Benson, Native Counselling Services of AlbertaRyan McMahon, comedianBob Rae, lawyer, mediator, and political leaderTHURSDAY, APRIL 237:00 p.m.Reception following Shaw Conference Centre, Hall D9797 Jasper Ave., NW, Edmonton Jessica Bolduc is an Anishinabe kwe from the Batchewana First Nation in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. She is the national youth representative for the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, which advocates for urban off-reserve Indigenous people, and she is the project coordinator for the 4Rs Youth Movement, a coalition of fourteen organizations working with youth to create opportunities for and dialogue between Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people in Canada. She holds a bachelor’s in economics and has been working in community economic development in northern Ontario for the last five years. Douglas Cardinal is a renowned Canadian architect and an advocate for sustainability, green buildings, and ecologically oriented community planning. He has received many national and international awards, including seventeen honorary doctorates, gold medals of architecture in Canada and Russia, and a UNESCO award for best sustainable village. The International Association of Architects named him a World Master of Contemporary Architecture, and he is an officer of the Order of Canada.Lewis Cardinal is the owner of Cardinal Strategic Communications, which specializes in Indigenous education and governance. He was a founding board member of Racism Free Edmonton, vice-president of the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, founder of the Indigenous Peoples’ Arts and Culture Coalition, founding board member of Alberta Aboriginal Arts, and co chair of the Aboriginal Commission on Human Rights and Justice. Lewis has received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Indspire Award for public service, the Alberta Centennial Medal, and the Distinguished Alumni Award from MacEwan University.Ginger Gosnell-Myers, who is of Nisga’a and Kwakwaka’wakw heritage, worked from 2008 to 2011 as both project manager and public-engagement director on the Environics Institute’s Urban Aboriginal Peoples Study, the largest research project on Aboriginal people living in Canadian cites. She later worked as the western assistant to former minister of Indian and northern affairs development Andy Scott, and in 2012, she contributed to the CBC documentary series 8th Fire. Ginger is a 2004 Action Canada fellow, former co chair to the Assembly of First Nations’ National Youth Council, and former president of the Urban Native Youth Association; she sits on the board of the Inspirit Foundation; and she is the Aboriginal planner for Vancouver, which she is working to make an official City of Reconciliation.Roberta Jamieson is a Mohawk woman from Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario. In November 2004, she was appointed president and CEO of Indspire and executive producer of the Indspire Awards, a nationally broadcast gala honouring Indigenous achievement. Roberta led the development of the K-12 Indspire Institute, a virtual resource centre focused on increasing high school completion rates and K-12 success, and in 2013, under her leadership, Indspire launched a million fundraising campaign to support its Building Brighter Futures scholarship program. Roberta was the first Aboriginal woman to earn a law degree in Canada, the first non-parliamentarian appointed an ex-officio member of a House of Commons committee, the first female ombudsman of Ontario, and in December 2001, she became the first woman elected chief of Six Nations of the Grand River. She has received a National Aboriginal Achievement Award and the Council of Ontario Universities’ David C. Smith Award, and she is an officer of the Order of Canada.Wab Kinew is the director of Indigenous inclusion at the University of Winnipeg, an Al Jazeera Fault Lines correspondent, and former host of the acclaimed CBC Television series 8th Fire. He won an Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award for his hip hop recordings; he received an Adrienne Clarkson Award, a Gabriel Award, and a Gemini Award nomination for his journalism; and Postmedia News named him one of nine Aboriginal Movers and Shakers You Should Know. He has a B.A. in economics and is a member of the Midewiwin.Clayton Kootenay started his career working for his First Nation in 1997 and was later recruited to work as youth program coordinator for Treaty 6. In 1999, he joined Oteenow Employment and Training Society, where he worked as marketing and communications director and youth program coordinator before becoming executive director in 2001. Clayton is currently the MOU team lead of Treaty 6, 7, and 8, and he has served as chairman both of the Alexander First Nation Education Authority and its board. He is an accomplished sculptor and painter, he has a B.A. in Native studies from the University of Alberta, and he is a graduate of Victoria School of the Arts.Patti LaBoucane-Benson is a Metis woman and the director of research, training, and communication at Native Counselling Services of Alberta. She has a Ph.D. in human ecology, focusing on how healing programs for Aboriginal offenders build resilience in families and communities. She was chosen as an Aboriginal Role Model of Alberta, and she lives in Spruce Grove.Ryan McMahon is an Aboriginal and Native American comedian working in Canada and the United States and a graduate of the Second City Conservatory. In 2012, he released Ryan McMahon UnReserved, making him the first Native comedian to tape a one-hour stand-up comedy special for CBC TV. In July 2012, Ryan made his debut at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, where he was included in the event’s New Faces list. Ryan tours independently, selling out large and small venues, and his live show combines stand-up, improv, sketch comedy, and storytelling into an original style he calls Indian vaudeville.Bob Rae was elected eleven times to the House of Commons and the Ontario legislature between 1978 and 2013. He was Ontario’s twenty-first premier from 1990 to 1995, and he served as interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada from 2011 to 2013. He now works as a lawyer, negotiator, mediator, and arbitrator, with a focus on First Nations, Aboriginal, and governance issues. He also teaches at the University of Toronto’s School of Public Policy and Governance and is a widely respected writer and commentator, having authored four books and many studies and reports. Bob is a privy councillor, an officer of the Order of Canada, and a member of the Order of Ontario, and he has numerous awards and honorary degrees from international and Canadian institutions.

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

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Game Discovery Exhibition (GDX Edmonton)
Sat, Apr 25 10:30 am – 8:30 pm

The Game Discovery Exhibition (GDX) is a celebration of games and game development in Edmonton. If you play games, work on games, or use games in your business, GDX is for you. GDX brings games and their creators into one place to interact with gamers, meet other game creators for fun and for profit, and learn more about the game creator scene in Edmonton.FAQsWhat’s this about an early bird registration?Do you like prizes? Because if you do, you’ll want to sign up before March 25th. We’ll be doing some sweet prize draws the day of the event! You’ll definitely want to sign up as soon as possible!Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?No! This is a family event, so everyone is welcome. Granted, small children and babies might not get the most out of this event, so we’d recommend leaving them at home!What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?We suggest parking at the Windsor Car Park or taking the LRT, and hopping out at the Dent/Pharm station. More information about how to reach GDX is available on our website.What can/can’t I bring to the event?Please refrain from bringing alcohol, drugs, weapons, and any objectionable material (racist, bigoted, homophobic, etc.). Please bring some snacks and food for the day or some money. The closest food court is located in SUB, which is all the way across Quad.Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?You can contact us via our e-mail address (gdx@vgadclub.com) and visit our website.Is my registration/ticket transferrable?We would prefer that you cancel your ticket so that others can register themselves, but if you absolutely need to give your ticket away, we won’t stop you!Can I update my registration information?Absolutely! Just follow the usual procedures for Eventbrite.Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?Not at all! Save a tree! Simply show us your reservation via the mobile app or the mobile website on your phone.What is the refund policy?For attendee cancellations, please cancel your tickets by April 10th. For presenters, you may cancel your registration up to April 10th of the event. Please remember that GDX depends on your attendance for it to be possible. If your ticket is wasted, our chances of running and improving this event will diminish greatly!If presenters would like a post-event refund instead of donating their fee to Extra Life, please contact the GDX Organizers by May 2nd and we will manually process your refund.

Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science, PCL Lounge, 11455 Saskatchewan Drive, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2G9

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Beautiful ME 2015
Sun, Apr 26 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

“Beautiful ME” is a day designed to empower at risk, vulnerable and deserving youth aged 13-18 by offering FREE pointers and tips from a team of professional make-up artists, hairstylists, a local fashion designer and a photo-shoot with local photographers. Participants will spend time with our encouragement team to support them throughout the day as they discover their, I AM… & Beauty IS… statements. Participants will receive their photos on-line after the event.It is the fourth annual BeME event and we are so excited to support teens in partnership with our many sponsors and volunteers. Plugged IN Community Centre Organization and Infinite Resources Inc are proud to host this unique event that encourages teens to feel confident in their own skin and recognize their true “Beautiful ME”! Join us or refer a friend for a self-esteem boost. Deadline for submissions is April 15, 2015 and we can only accept 25 participants. To nominate a youth, share about who they are and why you want them to have a special day! NO WALK INS will be accepted.

The Enjoy Centre, 101 Riel Drive, St. Albert, Alberta, T8N 3X4

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Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Wed, Apr 29 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

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Butterdome Spring Craft Sale
Fri, May 1 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

It’s back! The Butterdome Spring Craft Sale returns for its’ 9th annual show from May 1st to 3rd at the University of Alberta Butterdome. Find the newest and freshest creations in Canadian Handmade style from over 170 of Canada’s best artists, artisans and designers.Spring is the perfect time to spoil yourself with one-of-a-kind jewellery, trendy and functional fashion accessories, luxurious body care products, yummy treats and more. Jazz up your home or garden, choose from decorative glass, colourful ceramic, cool steel art, soft fabrics and so much more. It’s all here for three days only, just for you. So much to LOVE … it’s your Style for today at the Butterdome Spring Craft Sale!So much to LOVE … it’s your Style for today at the Butterdome Spring Craft Sale!

Universiade Pavilion, 11401 87 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

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Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Sat, May 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

Eat Alberta
Sat, May 2 9:30 am – 6:30 pm

On May 2, 2015, the fifth annual Eat Alberta conference will take place at NAIT. Through a mix of hands-on and demonstration workshops, tasting sessions, and presentations from some of the leaders of our food community – farmers, chefs and local food advocates – we hope that participants will learn how to use and source local food as well as develop nurturing and ongoing relationships with one another and with those that produce our food.

NAIT, 11762 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2R1

City Market Downtown
Sat, May 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.

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

Butterdome Spring Craft Sale
Sat, May 2 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

It’s back! The Butterdome Spring Craft Sale returns for its’ 9th annual show from May 1st to 3rd at the University of Alberta Butterdome. Find the newest and freshest creations in Canadian Handmade style from over 170 of Canada’s best artists, artisans and designers.Spring is the perfect time to spoil yourself with one-of-a-kind jewellery, trendy and functional fashion accessories, luxurious body care products, yummy treats and more. Jazz up your home or garden, choose from decorative glass, colourful ceramic, cool steel art, soft fabrics and so much more. It’s all here for three days only, just for you. So much to LOVE … it’s your Style for today at the Butterdome Spring Craft Sale!So much to LOVE … it’s your Style for today at the Butterdome Spring Craft Sale!

Universiade Pavilion, 11401 87 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2J7

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Eat Alberta