5 Things To Do: October 30 to November 3
A lobster lover’s feast, fundraising gala, and a spooky silent film.
October 29, 2017
Here’s Nina, the annual fundraiser for the Nina Haggerty Centre, returns for another year — and it’s sure to be a night to remember. CTV’s Josh Classen and local celebrity Sheri Somerville host the red carpet evening, where six awards will be given out to incredible artists, and guests can enjoy food, drinks, and live entertainment.
Italian Cultural Society, 14230 133 Ave., thenina.ca/events/heres-nina
Support the Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Lobster Lovers Feast on November 3. Indulge in delectable dishes while raising funds to help the worthy organization — last year’s event raised an impressive $144,000 for the clubs.
Edmonton Inn & Conference Centre, 11834 Kingsway Ave., bgcbigs.ca/fundraisers/lobster-lovers/
Edmonton born dancer/choreographer Joshua Beamish has travelled the world with his talent, and he returns to Edmonton to perform three dances — Concerto, Radios, and Fighting Chance. The three works are all by Canadian choreographers, and you can check out the show on November 3 and 4.
Timms Centre for the Arts, 87 Ave & 112 St., 780-452-3282, bwdc.ca
Every year for Halloween, the Winspear Centre screens a spooky silent film — complete with a live organ accompaniment. If you’re looking for a way to spend your evening on October 31, this just may be the perfect fit. This year’s film is The Monster.
Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780-428-1414, winspearcentre.com
The 6th annual Uniquely Me Fashion Show & Fundraiser Gala takes place on November 1, and it promises to be just as special an event as ever. Spend an evening in Paris at the Chateau Lacombe while enjoying food, drinks, a silent auction, and a fashion show.
Chateau Lacombe Hotel, 10111 Bellamy Hill Rd., 780-910-7911, edss.ca/uniquely-me-2017