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The long weekend is finally here! Soak up the sun with these Edmonton events. Here’s what’s on this weekend. Heritage Festival 2023 | August 5–7 Celebrate…
Historically gift shops have gotten a bad rap but we’re here to fix that. Check out these attraction gift shops to explore some amazing items!
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Aerobatics, career expo, photo ops & more
How will you spend your weekend? Here’s what’s on in Edmonton! CREATE | Indigenous Arts Market | July 29–30 Get ready to celebrate Indigenous creators this…
A top contender for the invention of the Original Margarita? Dallas socialite (and party animal) Margarita Sames. It’s been 75 years since her vacation to Acapulco…
The delight of Teatro Live’s latest shows, Everybody Goes to Mitzi’s
Food festivals, Edmonton’s legendary exhibition, a celebration of Latin culture: there’s so much to explore! Here’s what’s on this weekend.
It’s the festival all foodies wait for in mouthwatering anticipation. Get ready for Taste of Edmonton 2023!
Looking for an exciting way to spend your weekend? Edmonton’s entertainment scene has got you covered! Here’s what’s on this weekend.
Has the blazing summer sun got you down? Searching for a sliver of shade? We hear you. Cool off at one of these Edmonton attractions.
Summer is in full swing in festival city and there’s tons to explore! Here’s what’s on this weekend. Edmonton International Street Performers Festival & The…
Learn more about one of the 2023 regional Writers in Residence for Edmonton Metro Libraries, acclaimed children’s book author Tololwa Mollel.
Explore wearable art made by Indigenous designers at one of Edmonton’s hottest retail spots 49 Dzine.
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Broadway actor Aaron Choi shares more about Disney’s Aladdin, touring, and the importance of representation.
Summer is officially here! Whether you are soaking up the sun, or enjoying an event, there’s tons to explore. Here’s what’s on this weekend.
Promoted by Schitt’s Creek’s Dan Levy during the pandemic, this free online course will teach you the history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.