5 Things To Do This Week: August 28 to September 1
A symphony under the sky, sunset yoga and more.
August 28, 2017
The annual Symphony Under the Sky concerts are returning, and you can see two before the weekend — The Nat King Cole Songbook on August 31 and Tchaikovsky, Wagner & Bruch on September 1. It’s a unique way to experience a concert that you should definitely check out.
Heritage Amphitheatre — Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Rd., 780-428-1414, winspearcentre.com
Whether you love to grow tomatoes, cook with them, or simply eat them, the Tomato Extravaganza at Hole’s is a can’t miss event. The event, which takes place on August 29, will feature a tour of Hole’s Greenhouse to view hundreds of heritage, heirloom and hybrid tomatoes, cooking demonstrations, workshops with tips and tricks for getting your best crop ever and more.
Hole’s Greenhouses at the Enjoy Centre, 101 Riel Drive, St. Albert, 780-436-0478, eventbrite.ca
Michele Theoret and Danielle Murray are leading a yoga class on the roof of the Mosaic Centre on select Tuesday nights this summer — including August 29. Experience a new kind of yoga class, and following the class, join your fellow yogis for a beverage on the patio.
Mosaic Centre, 2003 91 St. SW, 780-908-7263, empoweredyoga.ca
If you’ve enjoyed the new exhibition Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail, stop by on August 30 to check out a screening of a docudrama that may peak your interest. The Art Gallery of Alberta is screening Truth, a 2015 flick that examines the real-life story of 60 Minutes reporters investigating the military service of then-president George W. Bush.
Art Gallery of Alberta, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, 780-425-5379, youraga.ca
The popular Eats on 118 returns for the final tour of the season on August 30. The tour will stop by Mama ASha, Passion de France, and Paraiso Tropical Latin Food Market.
Various locations, alberta-avenue.com