5 Things to Do: April 9 to 13
An international beer festival, a new theatrical production and more.
April 7, 2018
Edmonton International Beer Fest returns on April 13 and 14, and beer fans won’t want to miss this one. There will be over 500 imported, domestic and craft beers featured, as well as sessions exploring the art of tasting, brewing and food pairing.
Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave., internationalbeerfest.com
On April 13, join the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation for the 2018 Courage Gala. Enjoy cocktails, dancing, a chef-prepared meal and entertainment, all for a good cause. Funds from the gala go to helping provide patients and their families with access to equipment, programs and technology.
Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave., couragegala.com
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) comes to the Telus World of Science on April 12 for a lively discussion about public engagement in conservation. NCC will be joined by a panel of five local experts to discuss how communication, education, outreach, volunteering, citizen science and collaboration all move people towards action.
Telus World of Science — IMAX Theatre, 11211 142 St., natureconservancy.ca
Going To St. Ives was a sold-out hit at the 2012 Edmonton Fringe, and the production starring Belinda Cornish and Patricia Darbasie returns to the stage April 5 to 14. In the story, what appears to be two bright women having tea is soon revealed to be something far more complex and meaningful.
The Varscona Theatre, 10329 83 Ave., 780-433-3399, varsconatheatre.com/ensemble
Graham Peacock has held over 35 solo and group exhibitions over his lengthy career, provincially and internationally, including a retrospective at the Art Gallery of Alberta in 2005. He brings his latest solo exhibition, “Fields I Figure,” to the Peter Robertson Gallery this April — it will be available to view from April 6 to 24.
Peter Robertson Gallery, 12323 104 Ave., 780-455-7479, probertsongallery.com