5 Things To Do: May 21 to 25
A new exhibition, a Klondike melodrama and more.
May 19, 2018
On May 22, the Art Gallery of Alberta is hosting another edition of Hello, My Name is Art. The Art Gallery of Alberta’s Head of Exhibitions and Collections Management, Laura Ritchie, will lead participants in a deep looking session of a new exhibition, "Landmark: A New Chapter Acquisition Project."
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780-425-5379, youraga.ca
If you want to explore Edmonton’s food scene in depth, check out Big Food Tours Edmonton. The organization works with many restaurant partners in the city to give participants an unforgettable experience, with each tour stopping at up to six restaurants.
Various locations, 780-680-8972, bigfoodtours.ca
On May 25, Thoroughly Modern Mountie returns to Capitol Theatre at Fort Edmonton Park, and if you haven’t seen the Capitol Theatre Players Improv Comedy Troupe live yet, you won’t want to miss this one.
Capitol Theatre — Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 St., 780-496-7381, fortedmontonpark.ca
Glass Earth Inc. is bringing a certified horticulturalist to Kingsway Mall to lead a hanging terrarium workshop on May 21. Put together a beautiful piece at the terrarium bar incorporating hand-blown glass, tropical plants, moss, organic materials and tea.
Glass Earth Inc., 1 Kingsway Garden Mall, allevents.in
The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE) hosts its 5th annual fundraising and awareness gala on May 23, We Believe: Let’s Move Forward Together. This year’s keynote speaker is Tarana Burke, creator of the #MeToo campaign.
Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave., eventbrite.ca