5 Things To Do This Week: August 14 to 18
Check out a storytelling workshop and make your Fringe plans.
August 13, 2017
The Fringe Festival officially begins on August 17, with 11 days of theatrical performances and entertainment kicking off in Old Strathcona. Check out what’s playing, make your game plan — and include some time to stop for green onion cakes, obviously.
ATB Financial Arts Barns Building, 10330 84 Ave., 780-448-9000, fringetheatre.ca
On August 15, artist Marigold Santos comes to the AGA for a storytelling workshop, running in connection with the exhibition “for the time being: 2017 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art.” Santos will be discussing her personal immigration experience, and how the folklore she brought with her from the Philippines informs her work.
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780-425-5379, youraga.ca
If you want to take your tastebuds on a trip around the world, Get Cooking is the perfect spot to learn — and on August 15, Kathryn Joel and Elyse Chatterton are teaching you the basics of English Garden Party fare. Learn to make kedgeree, summer pudding and scotch eggs, and of course, how to pair with Pimms.
Get Cooking Edmonton, 11050 104 Ave., 780-566-2106, getcookingedmonton.com
On August 15, the City of Edmonton’s Movies on the Square series is screening Guardians of the Galaxy 2. The free outdoor movie series is the perfect way to check out a film while enjoying the summer weather.
Sir Winston Churchill Square, 102A Ave. and 100 St., 311, edmonton.ca
Stop by Victoria Park on August 18 to sample some delectable ribs at Edmonton Ribfest 2017, as well as other barbecued treats.
Victoria Park, facebook.com/edmontonribfest
*Ribfest has been postponed; stay tuned to their Facebook page so you'll be the first to know the new date!
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