5 Things To Do: June 4 to 8
The Edmonton Pride kickoff, a doughnut and beer tasting and more.
June 4, 2018
The Edmonton Pride Festival kicks off on June 7 with a rainbow flag raising to mark the beginning of the festival. Gear up for the Pride Parade, which takes place on June 9, and plan out which events you’ll be attending throughout the festival.
103A Ave. Between 99 St. and 100 St., edmontonpride.ca
You’ve likely tried at least a few wine and cheese pairings, but have you ever paired beer and doughnuts? Sounds like a match made in heaven, right? On June 6, stop by Sherbrooke Liquor as Doughnut Party and Bent Stick Brewing join forces to share their treats.
Sherbrooke Liquor, 11819 St. Albert Trail, 780-455-4556, sherbrookeliquor.com
Vintage Fork, the restaurant located at Rutherford House, is launching a new initiative — jazz night. Enjoy live jazz courtesy of the Leonard Patterson Trio as you sip champagne and sample a variety of canapés in a stunning setting.
11153 Saskatchewan Dr., 780-975-2204, vintagefork.ca
Sustainival, the world’s first green carnival, returns to Edmonton from June 7 to 10. It’s an entirely different type of carnival — while the experience is the same, with great attractions to check out, all the rides are powered by renewable energy.
Edmonton EXPO Centre, 7515 118 Ave., sustainival.com
On June 7 and 8, Opera NUOVA brings Tartuffe to the stage. This lively production is based on Moliere’s most famous play, and Mechem’s operatic score perfectly captures the war of wits in this tantalizing tale.
Theatre at The King’s University, 9125 50 St., operanuova.ca