5 Things To Do: April 30 to May 4
A horticulinary festival, a new snacking destination and more.
April 30, 2018
Dig In: St. Albert’s Horticulinary Festival returns from May 1 to 6, and it’s an event you won’t want to miss. The festival includes a celebrity chef dinner with Mary Berg, make & take workshops, culinary tours and much more.
Hole’s Greenhouse at the Enjoy Centre, 101 Riel Dr., St. Albert, diginstalbert.ca
Whether you’re a collector, looking to relive your childhood through some arcade games, or perhaps on the hunt for a machine to add to your game room, YegPin is the place to be. The expo runs from May 4 to 6.
Alberta Aviation Museum, 11410 Kingsway, yegpin.com
If you’ve been to West Edmonton Mall recently, chances are you’ve seen the vendors showcasing their goods at RAAS. On April 30, RAAS is launching a new initiative, RAAS Eats, where you can sample bites from The Moth Café, Moonshine Doughnuts, Duchess Bake Shop, Family Squeezed and Blackbird Cold Brew Coffee.
RAAS West Edmonton Mall, 8882 170 St., raas.co
Nominations for Top 40 Under 40 officially close on April 30 — so make sure to get in your nominations ASAP! Every year in our November issue, we honour 40 amazing Edmontonians under the age of 40 who are making an impact on the city.
The Borealis Gallery and the Costume Museum of Canada have joined forces to present “Fur: The Fabric of our Nation,” an exhibition that examines fur trade expansion across the prairies, various aspects of the Canadian fur trade through the lens of fur costume and more. The exhibition is open throughout May.
Borealis Gallery, 9820 107 St., 780-427-7362, assembly.ab.ca