5 Things To Do: January 21 to 25
Whether you're looking to lace up your skates or catch a documentary, we've got you covered.
January 18, 2019
After a 10-year hiatus, experience an evening of extraordinary dance in this tantalizing triple bill, created by some of the most celebrated choreographers of our time at the Jubilee Auditorium, January 22 and 23.
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave. 780-427-2760, albertaballet.com
On January 25, Metro Cinema presents Letter from Masanjia, an award-winning documentary that appeared in film festivals across the world. The documentary tells the tale of a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner that ends up in Halloween decorations sold in Oregon, and the chain of events that follows.
Garneau Theatre, 8712 109 St., 780-425-9212, metrocinema.org
From the original British IPA to the newest, furthest west, haziest IPA, sample and learn everything IPA with James from Sherbrooke Liquor for the ultimate IPA experience on January 24.
Sherbrooke Liquor, 11819 St Albert Trail, 780-455-4556, sherbrookeliquor.com
On January 22, The Art Of The Book 2018 opens at FAB Gallery. The exhibition includes artists’ books, boxes, calligraphy, book conservation/restoration, decorated paper and more, by Canadian and international book artists. Learn all about what goes into making gorgeous works of literary art.
FAB Gallery, 3-98 Fine Arts Building, University of Alberta Campus, ualberta.ca/art-design/fab-gallery
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to see 96,000 pounds of ice in one place? Come to Whyte Ave January 24 to 27 (and January 31 to February 3) for Boardwalk Ice on Whyte, where artists will carve it all up at the International Ice Carving Competition.
Ice On Whyte, 10208 82 Ave., iceonwhyte.ca