Reflect & Remember: This Weekend in Edmonton

This is a weekend to remember and reflect

Whether you are headed to a memorial service or out to see your favourite band or an art exhibition, there’s something for everyone this weekend in Edmonton! Also, this weekend is a chance for Edmontonians to reflect, remember, and celebrate our veterans, and we have more Remembrance Day events listed here for you to get involved in the community. 

  1. 1. Richard Eaton Singers present: Remember | November 10
  2. Head to Winspear Centre for an unforgettable evening with the Richard Eaton Singers as they celebrate the legacy of Conductor Emeritus, Leonard Ratzlaff, and welcome new Artistic Director, Timothy Shantz, for a concert in recognition of Remembrance Day. You will not want to miss out!
  3. 2. Don Burnstick | November 10
  4. You are in for a hilarious night with Don Burnstick! Known for his highly praised comedy show You Might be a Redskin, Don’s humour is beyond belly-ache funny. You will not be disappointed by one of Canada’s best comedians!
  5. 3. ka mekwâ nîpâyamihahk ᑲ ᒣᑳᐧ ᓃᐹᔭᒥᐦᐊᕁ – Christmas Time I AM COLLECTIVE PROUDLY PRESENTS A VERY INDIGENOUS HOLIDAY MARKET 2023| November 10 – 12
  6. Tis’ the season to shop at A Very Indigenous Holiday Market! Join the I.A.M Collective for an evening of holiday shopping with 80+ Indigenous vendors, live entertainment, and free prize draws! You’ll be sure to find unique gifts for all your family and friends. 
  7. 4. Remembrance Day Ceremony 2023 with Veterans for Freedom (West) | November 11
  8. Join Veterans for Freedom West to honour Canada’s fallen in a time-honoured traditional ceremony. There will be an opportunity for guests to place a poppy or other mementos of remembrance during the service. 
  9. 5. Tiffany Shaw: Edmonton River Valley | November 10 – 12
  10. This is the last weekend to see Tiffany Shaw’s Edmonton River Valley installation at the Art Gallery of Alberta. For the installation, Tiffany  Shaw mapped the section of the North Saskatchewan River that flows through the city limits of amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton) while thinking about the Métis scrip process. The undulating river is seen from above and references topical mapping and river lots but relies solely on the river itself as land marker. 
  11. 6. RIDGE ft. The Fugitives | November 11
  12. Vancouver-raised Brendan McLeod and the long-running JUNO-nominated folk group The Fugitives perform Ridge, their musical theatre that pays tribute to the more than 10,000 Canadian casualties of Vimy Ridge. This is an opportunity to remember and reflect on those fallen soldiers. 
  13. 7. Wide Mouth Mason | November 11
  14. JUNO-nominated band Wide Mouth Mason is a new voice and a new vehicle for the blues! Wide Mouth Mason was formed in Saskatchewan and has gone on to change what it means to be a blues band. You will not be disappointed! 
  15. 8. Stickman: “Against the Wall”:The New Works, | November 11 – 25
  16. Against the Wall: The New Works opens this weekend at Sterling Gallery. The exhibition is a rock and roll themed show that has already been presented in several cities on its North American Tour. Featuring the extraordinary works of artist STICKMAN, this exhibition will be on view and available in Edmonton until November 25. 
  17. 9. Deep Dive: A Magical Mystery for All Ages by Glenda Stirling | November 12
  18. This is your last chance to see this magical story of Moibeal and her friends uncovering the magical world hiding in her mother’s closet. Grab your family and friends and join Glenda Stirling on this enchanting journey of great imagination and friendship. 

  19.  Looking for more events? We’ve got many in our Events Calendar!


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