5 Things To Do: April 16 to 20
Swine and dine at one of our Best New restaurants and check out several new productions on stage.
April 15, 2018
W.H. Webb’s exhibition “Prairie Aspects” was the feature exhibition for the 124 Street Spring Gallery Walk, but you still have the chance to see it until April 26. In the exhibition, Webb shares masterful images of the Alberta landscape, with a particular focus on winter snow and bright skies.
West End Gallery, 10337 124 St., 780-488-4892, westendgalleryltd.com
On April 18, the next Alberta Pork Swine and Dine dinner comes to Bündok. Chef Ryan Hotchkiss has crafted a five-course menu featuring Alberta pork — you won’t want to miss it.
Bündok, 10228 104 St., 780-420-0192, bundokyeg.com
Every year, the Alberta Diabetes Foundation hosts their signature gala event, the Hummingbird Gala, where hundreds of guests come together to support diabetes research. This year’s Gala has the goal of raising $500,000 towards diabetes research and programming.
The Enjoy Centre, 101 Riel Dr., St. Albert, albertadiabetesfoundation.com
The bad boy of opera, Don Giovanni, comes to the Jubilee stage, brought to life by baritone Phillip Addis. Don Giovanni combines elements of comedy, tragedy and the supernatural in a riveting production you won’t want to miss — see it on April 20.
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave., 780-429-1000, edmontonopera.com
Citie Ballet brings their final production of the season, Ignite, to the Timms Centre for the Arts stage on April 20, 21 and 22. Citie Ballet artistic director Jorden Morris presents a new work accompanied by two new pieces by company dancers Lydia Redpath and Matthew Klippenstein.
Timms Centre for the Arts, 112 St. & 87 Ave., citieballet.ca