Latest Attractions

Community Standards and Licence Appeal Committee Meeting

Churchill Building Thursday, August 24, 2017, 9:30am – 5:30pm Project Name : Community Standards and Licence Appeal Committee Meeting City / Town : Edmonton, AB Public Engagement Category : City Council Committee Meeting Event Category : City Council Committee Meeting More info :  www.edmonton.ca…

 
 

A&W Burgers to Beat MS

A&W Burgers to Beat MS

11135 – 149th street, Edmonton, AB Thursday, August 24, 2017 On Thursday, August 24th, $2 from every Teen Burger® sold goes to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. In addition to buying a Teen Burger®, supporters can also donate through rounding up their bill at the register, purchasing $1, $2 and $5 paper cutouts, placing money in in-store donation mugs, participating in other local restaurant fundraising initiatives, and online at BurgersToBeatMS.ca. City / Town : Edmonton Event Venue : Other Short Description : $2 from every Teen Burger® sold goes to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Event Category : Business Events, Charity / Non-Profit More info :  www.burgerstobeatms.ca

 
 

Valley Line West LRT Citizen Working Group recruitment (Downtown/Groat: 102 Ave/104 Ave / SPR from 102 St to Groat Rd)

Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 123 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1N3 Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 7 – 8:30pm Project Name : Valley Line West LRT City / Town : Edmonton Neighbourhood : Central McDougall, Downtown, Oliver, Queen Mary Park, Westmount Public Engagement Category : Public Meeting or similar event Event Category : Public Meeting or similar event Contact Name : Jack Stuempel Contact Email :  jack.stuempel@edmonton.ca Contact Phone : 780-423-5957 Additional Information : The City is establishing a series of Citizen Working Groups for ongoing dialogue with communities along the Valley Line West LRT alignment between downtown and Lewis Farms., While some members are being recruited from community leagues and other local organizations, each Citizen Working Group will include two members from the community at large within that group’s zone. These members will be peer-selected at public meetings which all interested citizens are invited to attend., Members should live or work within the zone for which the working group is being established., The “Downtown/Groat” zone (Citizen Working Group F) is located along 102 Ave from 102 St to 107 St, and along 104 Ave/Stony Plain Rd between 107 St and Groat Road. For further information on Valley Line West, follow link below. More info :  edmonton.ca…

 
 

Canoe Coyote!

Abbottsfield – Penny McKee Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 4:15 – 5pm Presented by The Odd-Lot Puppetry Co., Join Tom the Coyote as he travels across Canada on a hilarious adventure! The audience will help Tom out as he shares his adventure finding many of the well known landmarks of our majestic country. Event Venue : Edmonton Public Library Neighbourhood : Beacon Heights Cost : Free More info :  epl.bibliocommons.com…

 
 

Youth Talk

Jasper Place Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 4 – 6pm Youth Talk English Language Learners Teen Practice your communication skills and gain familiarity with Canadian society and culture in this conversation-based program designed for newcomer youth. This program is offered in collaboration with Action for Healthy Communities. Event Venue : Edmonton Public Library Neighbourhood : Meadowlark Park Cost : Free More info :  epl.bibliocommons.com…

 
 

GSA Youth Drop-In

Mill Woods Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 4 – 5:30pm Join us at the Mill Woods Library for an adventurous afternoon. Socialize in a safe and respectful environment with LGBTQ youth over a variety of topics, gather resources from Edmonton Public Library and Pride Centre of Edmonton, and engage with the library’s makerspace. This program is drop-in, all youth are welcome, and snacks will be provided. Event Venue : Edmonton Public Library Neighbourhood : Mill Woods Town Centre Cost : Free More info :  epl.bibliocommons.com…

 
 

Sep 22, 2017 07:00 PM: Western Canada Fashion Week at ATB Financial Arts Barns

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW), which was established in 2005, has developed into a nationally-recognized fashion and design event and the second-largest Fashion Week in Canada. What sets us apart is our mission to create a community of all involved in the fashion and beauty industries, including media and production staff. WCFW demonstrates a commitment to the development of the fashion, art and design community through subsidizing all designers who showcase at our events, creating competitions that generate recognition and financial support for entrants, and providing year-round opportunities for designers to market collections and gain publicity. We are unique among fashion weeks around the world because we are a platform for established designers as well as an in-house incubator that discovers new talent and launches the careers of young designers. WCFW is a local event with a global vision, enabling our designers to work locally while reaching larger markets. We are proud to been a part of launching the careers of designers such as Sid Neigum, Caitlin Power, Derek Jagodzinsky (LUXX ready-to-wear), Malorie Urbanovitch, and Jessica Halabi as well as models such as Linsay Willier (Canada’s Next Top Model).

 
 

Book Clubs of EPL

Woodcroft (Westmount) Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 7 – 8:30pm Love reading? Love to talk about books you’ve read? Come join us for lively discussions on all types of fiction and non-fiction. We’ll feature different titles and authors each month. Come and share your impressions, thoughts and interpretations of a book we have all read. Check the schedule at www.epl.ca/bookclubs and join us at an EPL location. Please login to your account with your library card and then register to reserve a copy of the book. You can contact the library for more information.

 
 

Sing, Sign, Laugh and Learn

Capilano Saturday, August 19, 2017, 10:15 – 11am Toddler Join us for singing, rhyming and signing. This is an inclusive program for children from birth to age three accompanied by a grown-up. Siblings are welcome. Parents will learn strategies to engage their child and enhance their child’s communication and development through repetition, visuals and movement. Offered in collaboration with the Edmonton Early Intervention Program. Note this is not a signing course

 
 

Family Storytime

Whitemud Crossing Saturday, August 19, 2017, 10:15 – 10:45am Share stories, songs and games for the whole family. Event Venue : Edmonton Public Library Neighbourhood : Rideau Park Cost : Free More info :  epl.bibliocommons.com…

 
 
 
 

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