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November 2019

A Christmas Story

November 1 @ 8:00 pm - December 22 @ 5:00 pm
Rosebud Theatre, 116 Main Street
Rosebud, Alberta T0J 2T0 Canada
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Christmas is coming and little Ralphie really wants a BB gun. His “Old Man” wins a tacky leg lamp that his Mom is none too happy about. The furnace explodes. And the neighbourhood dogs steal the turkey right out of the oven. It’s a crazy family Christmas where everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Based on the classic film, this throwback 1950s Christmas comes with all the old-fashioned family fun and fixings. ‘Tis the season to come be entertained…

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Science on Tap: The Science of Beer

November 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sea Change Brewing Co, 9850 62 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T6E 0E3 Canada
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$10 – $15

Water + Malt + Hops + Yeast. Four simple ingredients, limitless delicious brews. Science on Tap: The Science of Beer will feature a panel of local experts – from brewers to chemists – who will discuss the fascinating process of brewing, and may even teach you a thing or two about making your own beer. Ask questions, express your opinions, and expand your understanding over a cold drink!

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Glow Gardens

November 27, 2019 - January 4, 2020
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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Glow is the largest indoor Christmas festival in greater Edmonton. Bring together the people you love to stroll, laugh and play under the twinkle of a million lights. The playgrounds and interactive features will entertain kids for hours, while the adults can kick back at the licensed bar and enjoy seasonal beverages, delicious food and live music! Glow's illuminated sculptures are the perfect backdrop for selfies and holiday family photos. You can even whisper your Christmas list to Santa! Be…

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Edmonton Expo Centre Winery Spotlight Dinner

November 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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$125

This edition of the Winery Spotlight Series will feature Italian food and wine. Guests will enjoy an evening featuring sumptuous dishes crafted by Executive Chef Jiju Paul and the Edmonton EXPO Centre culinary team paired with premier wines presented by wine representative Dan Assaly from Executive Vine Imports. The evening will take place in a modified long-table setting – perfect for mingling and sharing a culinary experience. Tickets $125 (GST and service fees included) Parking included Event is 18+

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Our Digital Future – C’est ICI!

November 29 @ 8:00 am - November 30 @ 8:00 am
Studio 96, 10909 96 St.
Edmonton, AB T5H 2K4 Canada
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Free

You want to influence politics, feel excluded or want to raise your voice for inclusion in the digital era? What are the potential benefits digital technologies can have for social relations/communications, what are the potential drawbacks? How can we ensure that such changes lead to the further development of inclusive societies? Join us for a free, fun brainstorming event with food, drinks and entertainment. Register now in order to be part of an outstanding experience and run the chance to…

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January 2020

Deep Freeze: A Byzantine Winter Festival

January 11, 2020 - January 12, 2020
Alberta Ave, 118 Ave. & 91 St.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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The winter adventure, Deep Freeze Festival, celebrates the Russian/Ukrainian “Olde New Year” and embraces our northern climate by melding artistic panache with authentic cultural and heritage winter games and fun. Line up your rock, push off the hack and lose your voice encouraging friends and family to sweep in a pick-up game of Old Tyme curling. Families can also enjoy other traditional winter activities including snow wagon rides, winter mini golf, street hockey and the famous deep freezer race. Watch…

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Flying Canoë Volant

January 30, 2020 - February 1, 2020
La Cite Francophone, 8627 rue Marie-Anne Gaboury
Edmonton, AB T6C 3N1 Canada
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Join one of Edmonton's great winter festivals! The Flying Canoe Volant is a creative, interactive, and cultural event that celebrates local history and everything that is great about a long winter's night. Loosely based on the legend of the Flying Canoe, and on French-Canadian, First Nation, and Métis traditions, the Flying Canoe Volant invites you for a nighttime adventure in Edmonton's French Quarter and along the illuminated trails of the Mill Creek Ravine. Extending from the Mill Creek Ravine to…

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Jasper Beer & Spirits Festival

January 31, 2020 - February 2, 2020
Jasper Park Lodge, 1 Old Lodge Rd
Jasper, Alberta T0E 1E0 Canada
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The Jasper Beer & Spirits Festival, hosted at the world-renowned Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge (JPL), is unlike any beer festival experience in the world. Think of it as part beer/spirit festival, part intriguing story-time seminars, and part wilderness adventure. The Jasper Beer & Spirits Festival is a unique mountain adventure. Those who experience it will want to keep it secret, so you’ll need to be there to discover what this mountain adventure holds in store for you!

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February 2020

SkirtsAfire

February 27, 2020 - March 8, 2020
Various Edmonton, + Google Map

SkirtsAfire is a theatre and multidisciplinary arts festival that’s diverse and daring. In conjunction with International Women’s Day, the festival runs from February 27 - March 8 at various venues in the heart of Alberta Avenue. Whether you're enjoying popcorn, wine and laughter with live performances at their Cabaret Theatre; practicing sun salutations to live cello music amidst the gallery art; listening to singer-songwriters with a latte at “The Carrot”, craft beer at Otto Food and Drink or great food…

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Christmas is coming and little Ralphie really wants a BB gun. His “Old Man” wins a tacky leg lamp that his Mom is none too happy about. The furnace explodes. And the neighbourhood dogs steal the turkey right out of the oven. It’s a crazy family Christmas where everything that could possibly go wrong, does.

Based on the classic film, this throwback 1950s Christmas comes with all the old-fashioned family fun and fixings. ‘Tis the season to come be entertained by this holiday favourite!

Water + Malt + Hops + Yeast. Four simple ingredients, limitless delicious brews.

Science on Tap: The Science of Beer will feature a panel of local experts – from brewers to chemists – who will discuss the fascinating process of brewing, and may even teach you a thing or two about making your own beer.

Ask questions, express your opinions, and expand your understanding over a cold drink!

Glow is the largest indoor Christmas festival in greater Edmonton.

Bring together the people you love to stroll, laugh and play under the twinkle of a million lights. The playgrounds and interactive features will entertain kids for hours, while the adults can kick back at the licensed bar and enjoy seasonal beverages, delicious food and live music!

Glow’s illuminated sculptures are the perfect backdrop for selfies and holiday family photos. You can even whisper your Christmas list to Santa! Be sure to head over to the Christmas Market that showcases the best local artisans and boutique businesses, offering unique gifts.

It’s all the magic and wonder of an outdoor festival, hosted inside the cozy and spacious Enjoy Centre.

This edition of the Winery Spotlight Series will feature Italian food and wine. Guests will enjoy an evening featuring sumptuous dishes crafted by Executive Chef Jiju Paul and the Edmonton EXPO Centre culinary team paired with premier wines presented by wine representative Dan Assaly from Executive Vine Imports. The evening will take place in a modified long-table setting – perfect for mingling and sharing a culinary experience.

Tickets
$125 (GST and service fees included)
Parking included
Event is 18+

You want to influence politics, feel excluded or want to raise your voice for inclusion in the digital era?

What are the potential benefits digital technologies can have for social relations/communications, what are the potential drawbacks? How can we ensure that such changes lead to the further development of inclusive societies?

Join us for a free, fun brainstorming event with food, drinks and entertainment.

Register now in order to be part of an outstanding experience and run the chance to win great prizes.

Participation is also possible online! Sign up for an exciting event!

This event is organized by the Goethe-Institut, ThinkYoung and CJE NDG and funded by the European Union.

The winter adventure, Deep Freeze Festival, celebrates the Russian/Ukrainian “Olde New Year” and embraces our northern climate by melding artistic panache with authentic cultural and heritage winter games and fun. Line up your rock, push off the hack and lose your voice encouraging friends and family to sweep in a pick-up game of Old Tyme curling. Families can also enjoy other traditional winter activities including snow wagon rides, winter mini golf, street hockey and the famous deep freezer race. Watch ice sculptors craft their masterpieces, slide down a giant ice slide, cheer on contestants of competition de boucheron (log cutting competition) or just enjoy good Canadian winter eats. Plan on spending a full day if not two at this activity-packed winter celebration.

Join one of Edmonton’s great winter festivals! The Flying Canoe Volant is a creative, interactive, and cultural event that celebrates local history and everything that is great about a long winter’s night.

Loosely based on the legend of the Flying Canoe, and on French-Canadian, First Nation, and Métis traditions, the Flying Canoe Volant invites you for a nighttime adventure in Edmonton’s French Quarter and along the illuminated trails of the Mill Creek Ravine.

Extending from the Mill Creek Ravine to La Cité francophone, this large-scale community offers something for everyone. In the ravine, you’ll step into a magical surrounding as you encounter artistic lighting installations and engage in Métis jigs/reels, bannock making, storytelling, drumming, and conversation. Emerging from the ravine, hop on a horse-drawn carriage towards La Cité francophone. On the way, a community stage, snacks and snow carvings await at Rutherford School. Finish off the night in celebration at La Cité francophone with bilingual musical performances in the cabaret, children’s activities, multi-disciplinary Aboriginal artist representations, a winter patio, outdoor DJ and a snow slide.

And while you’re in the neighbourhood, don’t forget to check out the local businesses of the French Quarters.

So put on your toque and mittens and come brave the cold!

The Jasper Beer & Spirits Festival, hosted at the world-renowned Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge (JPL), is unlike any beer festival experience in the world. Think of it as part beer/spirit festival, part intriguing story-time seminars, and part wilderness adventure.

The Jasper Beer & Spirits Festival is a unique mountain adventure. Those who experience it will want to keep it secret, so you’ll need to be there to discover what this mountain adventure holds in store for you!

SkirtsAfire is a theatre and multidisciplinary arts festival that’s diverse and daring. In conjunction with International Women’s Day, the festival runs from February 27 – March 8 at various venues in the heart of Alberta Avenue. Whether you’re enjoying popcorn, wine and laughter with live performances at their Cabaret Theatre; practicing sun salutations to live cello music amidst the gallery art; listening to singer-songwriters with a latte at “The Carrot”, craft beer at Otto Food and Drink or great food at The Nook; enjoying spoken word at the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts; you’re sure to be stirred and inspired at SkirtsAfire Festival.