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September 2019

Chasing Happy: Boost Your Well-being with Emotional Intelligence

September 19 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Edmonton Convention Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9 Canada
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United Way of the Alberta Capital Region presents Karen Bowen of The EQ Development Group. Fulfillment, according to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, is a basic human necessity that contributes to our overall sense of well-being. Emotional Intelligence has direct ties to our satisfaction in life and work, and the ultimate goal of happiness at any stage of your career or life experience. Learn key concepts of Emotional Intelligence that impact your workplace and personal wellness, which will allow you to…

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Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo

September 20 - September 22
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city's greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture - comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy - and the best part is, it's back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase…

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The Mashing

September 20 @ 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 1:30 pm, repeating until September 21, 2019

Re/Max Field, 10233 96 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T5K 0A5 Canada
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The Mashing brings together the best distilleries, breweries, restaurants, artists and community in a unique space for a sampling event unlike any other in the world, with DJs, a live music stage, art installations, photography walls and more!

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Mosquers Film Festival

September 21
Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5J 4X8 Canada
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The Mosquers Film Festival aims to educate, entertain and build bridges by showcasing talent and the diverse Muslim experience. Indulge in an event filled with incredible short films, feature entertainment, an award ceremony, and an after party for the ages. This festival started eleven years ago as a short-film competition tackling day-to-day issues, talents and stories of the local Muslim community. Designed to entertain audiences of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, today the Mosquers Film Festival draws talented amateur filmmakers…

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Harvest Fair

September 21 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Spruce Grove Grain Elevator Museum, 120 Railway Ave.
Spruce Grove, AB T7X 2Z1 Canada
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The last event of the Spruce Grove Grain Elevator Museum's season. Bring your family and enjoy old farm games and competitions. Learn the origins of Spruce Grove and the area. Concession and parking on site.

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Edmonton International Film Festival

September 26 - October 5
Landmark Cinemas, 10200 102 Ave
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Indulge in your love of the silver screen during 10 days of independent, international and eye-opening films every autumn at the Edmonton International Film Festival. The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is produced by a charitable, non-profit, cultural organization (EIFF Society) whose mission is to present an annual celebration of cinema as a means to transform the way people see the world. They’re looking for films that tell strong stories, regardless of the genre— whether they make you question your…

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October 2019

Edmonton Comedy Festival

October 16 - October 19
Various Edmonton, + Google Map

Yuk it up during four days of funny at six diverse venues across the city during the Edmonton Comedy Festival. This festival showcases comics from Edmonton, and all across North America. Previous editions of the Edmonton Comedy Festival have featured Letter Kenny’s Trevor K. Wilson, Not Skinny Not Blonde’s Monique Marvez, That’s So Raven’s Rondell Sheridan, The Debator’s Steve Patterson and Last Comic Standing’s Louis Ramey.

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Litfest

October 17 - October 27
Various Edmonton, + Google Map

Litfest is a festival and movable feast. You don't just sit around and read books (although you do that too). LitFest is the place where nonfiction content comes to life. Avid readers are given the chance to explore a wide variety of nonfiction in a multitude of formats through a series of events, chic gatherings and gourmet experiences. The 11-day festival connects nonfiction fans with the authors and writers, guiding conversations that matter from climate change and politics to social…

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Yeg Ballroom Dance Festival

October 20
Ukranian Youth Unity Centre, 9615-153 Ave NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5E6B1
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Free

The Les Amies Dance Club/Society is hosting the very first Yeg Ballroom Dance Festival in Edmonton on October 20, 2019. This FREE one day festival, will provide free ballroom dance classes, demonstrations, vendors and live music all connected to ballroom dance.

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Edmonton Screamfest

October 24 - October 27
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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ScreamFest is Canada’s largest and scariest Halloween event. At ScreamFest you will experience haunted houses, Halloween themed carnival games, creepy and disturbing entertainment, and FEAR. Although they admit anyone, this event is rated PG13 – they are out to really, really scare adults. This event is NOT recommended for young children or the faint of heart.

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United Way of the Alberta Capital Region presents Karen Bowen of The EQ Development Group.

Fulfillment, according to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, is a basic human necessity that contributes to our overall sense of well-being. Emotional Intelligence has direct ties to our satisfaction in life and work, and the ultimate goal of happiness at any stage of your career or life experience. Learn key concepts of Emotional Intelligence that impact your workplace and personal wellness, which will allow you to make a difference at any level. As well, you will explore concrete activities that generate more positive experiences with yourself and others including community connection, kindness and gratitude. Stop chasing happy and be your best self now!

Karen is an experienced and respected speaker and breakout presenter. Her energy and ability to engage her audiences in fun, hands on sessions with concrete learning outcomes provides value for all attendees. Karen believes that sustainable organizational results centre around people, process and possibility. Her sessions enable participants to explore how their mindsets, behaviours and patterns impact culture and workplace satisfaction.

Karen’s holistic approach to leadership connects mindfulness, conscious choice, solid human system theory and practical actions that participants take back to their workplaces.

This presentation is an exciting new addition to United Way’s annual Campaign Kickoff event.

Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city’s greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture – comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy – and the best part is, it’s back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase and display.

The Mashing brings together the best distilleries, breweries, restaurants, artists and community in a unique space for a sampling event unlike any other in the world, with DJs, a live music stage, art installations, photography walls and more!

The Mosquers Film Festival aims to educate, entertain and build bridges by showcasing talent and the diverse Muslim experience. Indulge in an event filled with incredible short films, feature entertainment, an award ceremony, and an after party for the ages.

This festival started eleven years ago as a short-film competition tackling day-to-day issues, talents and stories of the local Muslim community. Designed to entertain audiences of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, today the Mosquers Film Festival draws talented amateur filmmakers and audiences from North America and all across the globe.

The last event of the Spruce Grove Grain Elevator Museum’s season. Bring your family and enjoy old farm games and competitions. Learn the origins of Spruce Grove and the area. Concession and parking on site.

Indulge in your love of the silver screen during 10 days of independent, international and eye-opening films every autumn at the Edmonton International Film Festival. The Edmonton International Film Festival (EIFF) is produced by a charitable, non-profit, cultural organization (EIFF Society) whose mission is to present an annual celebration of cinema as a means to transform the way people see the world. They’re looking for films that tell strong stories, regardless of the genre— whether they make you question your own values, move you in some mysterious way, or leave you laughing out loud!

Each autumn, the Edmonton International Film Festival hoists the curtains on a cinematic feast that celebrates the power of film. The menu consists of more than 150 films from 50+ countries, ranging from short to feature-length, dramatic to documentary, comedy to gut-wrenching, and studio to independent.

 

Yuk it up during four days of funny at six diverse venues across the city during the Edmonton Comedy Festival. This festival showcases comics from Edmonton, and all across North America.

Previous editions of the Edmonton Comedy Festival have featured Letter Kenny’s Trevor K. Wilson, Not Skinny Not Blonde’s Monique Marvez, That’s So Raven’s Rondell Sheridan, The Debator’s Steve Patterson and Last Comic Standing’s Louis Ramey.

Litfest is a festival and movable feast. You don’t just sit around and read books (although you do that too). LitFest is the place where nonfiction content comes to life. Avid readers are given the chance to explore a wide variety of nonfiction in a multitude of formats through a series of events, chic gatherings and gourmet experiences. The 11-day festival connects nonfiction fans with the authors and writers, guiding conversations that matter from climate change and politics to social issues and even the ever-changing trends in cuisine.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity for you to interact with some of the best-selling, award-winning and emerging authors of books, magazines and films!

The Les Amies Dance Club/Society is hosting the very first Yeg Ballroom Dance Festival in Edmonton on October 20, 2019. This FREE one day festival, will provide free ballroom dance classes, demonstrations, vendors and live music all connected to ballroom dance.

ScreamFest is Canada’s largest and scariest Halloween event. At ScreamFest you will experience haunted houses, Halloween themed carnival games, creepy and disturbing entertainment, and FEAR. Although they admit anyone, this event is rated PG13 – they are out to really, really scare adults. This event is NOT recommended for young children or the faint of heart.