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Specializing in rare, out-of-print books and Canadian literature, this local bookshop has a fascinating collection…

April 27, 2024 @ All Day – Canadians are invited to visit their local indie bookstore for Canadian Independent Bookstore Day (CIBD). This annual event, organized by the Canadian Independent Booksellers Association (CIBA), highlights the value indie booksellers provide their communities, from culture and art, to creating safe spaces for all. Canadian Independent Bookstore Day encourages readers to connect with their local […]

May 3, 2024 @ 12:00 pm –

Join Tom, who is probably one of the most informed City staff when it comes to what is happening in our Downtown, for the ninth year in a row on a walk looking at the various developments that are revitalizing our streets, public places, and transportation modes in the downtown core.

November 19, 2024 – November 24, 2024 @ 7:30 pm –

The Book of Mormon is a musical comedy with music, lyrics, and book by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone. The story follows two missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as they attempt to preach the faith to the inhabitants of a remote Ugandan village.

February 29, 2024 @ All Day – In celebration of Black History Month, the film The Book of S.H.E. will be showing in the IMAX® Theatre at TELUS World of Science – Edmonton on Thursday February 29, 2024 at 11211-142 Street. With Thursday February 29, 2024 being leap year, not only is this an extra special date, but it marks the end […]

@ All Day – Edmonton author Douglas Herle is launching his debut detective novel, No Solace in Death. The public launch will include complimentary vodka slings (the private detective’s favourite drink), appetizers, door prizes, a reading and discussion, and book signings.

@ All Day – In a world premiere Canadian theatrical event our invisible relationship to oil is showcased through an engaging and compelling one-person show. Tanya Kalmanovitch’s Tar Sands Songbook is a new performance piece weaving storytelling, photography, improvised music, and recordings into a raw yet tender, hard-hitting yet affectionate, honest yet moving 80-minute presentation.

March 25, 2024 @ 7:00 pm –

Join lifelong gardeners and co-authors of the Guides for the Prairie Gardener, Janet Melrose and Sheryl Normandeau, as they launch two new books in their budding series: on Grasses and on Herbs.
On the topic of grass, the authors will cover what exactly defines a grass, and then move onto the topics of clumpers vs spreaders, mulching and fertilizers, how to tackle pesky problems like chinch bugs and fairy rings. And for you food gardeners, they will also tackle that pesky problem of wilted supermarket herbs by providing you with a guide to growing your own. Beginning with the where (containers, raised beds, spirals, and more), the pair will then provide guidance on choosing healthy plants, how to nurture herb seedlings, soil needs, watering, and so much more!