Zoominescence 2018 Biggest Yet!

Zoominescence 2018 Biggest Yet!

Zoominescence is back at Edmonton Valley Zoo in support of the Valley Zoo Development Society. This year is the largest display of lights I’ve seen over the years. The annual event brings together local Edmonton artists with various lit art projects in a place where you can visit the animals at night when the zoo is usually closed. Pro-tip: Be sure to download the Edmonton Valley Zoo app before you go. This app will show…

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Remembrance Day Weekend Events In Edmonton

Remembrance Day Weekend Events In Edmonton

One hundred years ago this year was Armistice Day on November 11th the end to WWI. Canada was involved in World War I (The Great War) which saw the largest Canadian war casualties in history. The number of Canadians who died in that war surpass all other wars Canada has been involved in, combined. Although there are no more surviving veterans from World War I, there are still veterans from World War II and after,…

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DreamLife Lottery Home Has the Ultimate Man Cave

DreamLife Lottery Home Has the Ultimate Man Cave

The 2018 DreamLife Lottery dream home has launched and there is an ultimate ‘man cave’ inside. Half of the house is made for the male occupant. With masculine architecture and interior design being much neglected, it’s a much breath of fresh air to step inside. The house is located in a part of Chappelle neighbourhood which is in completion in the Heritage Valley. It’s a smooth drive west from the 41 Ave SW exit on…

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Taste the Royal Wedding Cake in Alberta

Taste the Royal Wedding Cake in Alberta

Didn’t receive an invitation to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle? Well, at least there’s a sweet fairy tale ending available in our province named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. From May 12-May 19 (the week before the big day), all The Cheesecake Cafe locations will be serving the Royal Wedding Cake using the same recipe as the future Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The cake breaks from Royal tradition of fruitcake,…

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Sand & Art Converge This Weekend

Sand & Art Converge This Weekend

The 5th year of Sand On Whyte is back in Old Strathcona, and this final weekend, you’ll also have the pleasure of strolling down the street with hundreds of local art vendors. Sand On Whyte 2017 celebrates Canada 150 with not only Canadian features, but sand carvings depicting stories connected to Old Strathcona itself. Alex Decoteau and Anthony Henday are only a couple of the personalities you’ll find at the event this year, which opened…

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Ice On Whyte Festival Back for Canada 150

Ice On Whyte Festival Back for Canada 150

Ice On Whyte is Edmonton’s premier winter festival and hosts the only International Ice Carving Competition in the city. This year, the competition was moved up a day so that visitors can enjoy completed sculptures both Saturday and Sunday. Instead of completing Saturday at noon, competitions on both weekends will be completed Saturday at noon. After last year’s successful change in days of operation opening Thursdays through Sundays, the Ice On Whyte Festival returns this…

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Deep Freeze Winter Festival

Deep Freeze Winter Festival

One of Edmonton’s newer winter festivals, Deep Freeze: A Byzantine Winter Festival, is certainly one which will warm you to the Byzantine quite quickly. Here’s a video recap of the earliest Edmonton winter festival on the calendar year. It returns to Alberta Avenue January 14 – 15, 2017. 118th Ave will be closed from 90st to 94st for the duration of the festival. Here’s a map and a schedule of events.

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Alberta Legislature Christmas Light-Up

Alberta Legislature Christmas Light-Up

Don’t miss the light up of the most extensive Christmas light display in the city. It MAY be the first time Rachel Notley will take the honour of launching this Alberta holiday tradition which began in 1985. 2016 Celebrate the Season (Dec 2-23, 2016, light up Dec 1) The December 2nd event will begin Celebrate The Season, a 3 week long festivity (Dec 2-23, 2016) at the Alberta Legislature featuring daily performances by choirs across the…

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Graffiti Fest Puts Murals on the Map

Graffiti Fest Puts Murals on the Map

Rust Magic 2016 has spraypainted new public murals across the city in a span of several days. The graffiti arts festival aimed to add 17 new murals to the urban landscape, and has already completed 11 in its opening weekend. This weekend, additional murals will be added to The Pearl, Chez Pierre Cabaret, and Quasar Bottle Depot. While the paint is still fresh, a video is not yet available. However, we’ve put together an Edmonton Mural…

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