5 Things To Do: June 11 to 15
An improv festival, a night of amazing food pairings and more.
June 9, 2018
On June 11, Indulgence returns, a one night event that brings together the best of the local food and agriculture community with restaurants and VQA wineries, microbreweries and distillers. Each restaurant is paired with a local producer to create a signature dish, and a beverage is paired with that dish. Taste your way through Alberta at this unique culinary event.
Delta Edmonton South, 4404 Gateway Blvd., indulgenceedmonton.ca
Jen Kish is the third speaker in the Edmonton Public Library’s 2018 Forward Thinking Speaker Series, and she comes to the ATB Financial Arts Barns on June 14. Kish will discuss her experiences on the pitch, her time competing with the Canadian women’s team and much more.
ATB Financial Arts Barns, 10330 84 Ave., epl.ca/speakerseries
If you’ve always wanted to try a few of the amazing spots on 118th Avenue, now’s your chance — Eats on 118 returns on June 13, hosted by Wild Heart Collective. Participants will stop at several spots along Alberta Avenue and sample delicious fare.
Various locations on 118 Ave., 780-760-9453, wearewildheart.com
On June 13, Metro Cinema is playing Between The Shades, an inspiring documentary that explores the stories of over 50 participants who shared their personal stories of coming out, falling in love and finding their true selves.
Garneau Theatre, 8712 109 St., 587-501-4833, edmontonpride.ca
Improvaganza, Edmonton’s improv and sketch comedy festival, kicks off on June 13 — and you won’t want to miss this year’s amazing line-up. Plan out your Improvaganza schedule, including Colin Mochrie and Greg Proops from Whose Line Is It Anyway?, who will be appearing on June 14.
Citadel Theatre, 9828 101a Ave., 780-443-6044, rapidfiretheatre.com