What’s Going On This Weekend (Sep 29–Oct 1)

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Sing along with Donita Large this weekend!

Dance, sing, learn, and get spooky! Here are some activities to keep you busy in Edmonton this weekend. 

1. Donita Large & The Small Band | September 29
Cree singer-songwriter Donita Large’s voice will blow you away! Experience this powerful songstress and storyteller through beautiful songs like “Going to Walk That Line” and more this weekend at the MacLab Centre for the performing arts. 

2. 3rd Annual Orange Shirt Day Run/Walk – Every Child Matters | September 30
Run, don’t walk to register for the 3rd Annual Orange Shirt Day Run/Walk this weekend at Kinsmen! Show your support by honouring and standing in solidarity with victims and survivors of residential schools with more Indigenous led activities here.

3. Ruben and Clay–Twenty The Tour | September 30
Join American Idol alums Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard at the River Cree Resort and Casino 20 years after their stint on the iconic show. Sing along to favourites such as “change me,” “invisible,” and more! 

4. Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations | till October 1
Enjoy a dazzling evening at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium this weekend with this electrifying tribute to The Temptations. This new smash-hit Broadway musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will have you on your feet! Read the eye-opening Q&A with actor
Harrell Holmes Jr here.

5. Metal Art Show and Sale | September 30 – October 1
Treat yourself to stunning handcrafted jewelry, custom knives, sculptures and more at the Metal Art Show and Sale at the Reynolds Museum this weekend. Meet more than 55 exceptional artists and see items created from sterling silver, copper, and Damascus steel. 

6. Second Skin | September 30December 31
Ready, set, grab your tickets! Second Skin opens this weekend at the Art Gallery of Alberta. Explore the vibrancy of human mythology and history through the works of renowned visual artists such Nick Cave, Karin Jones, and more. You won’t want to miss out!

7. Haunted Pumpkin Patch Harvest | September 30 – October 29
Let’s get spooky! The Haunted Pumpkin Patch Harvest opens this weekend in time for Halloween season. There’s plenty of spooktastic activities for the entire family including making your own scarecrow and visiting the kid-friendly haunted house. 


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

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