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April 2019

Mythbusters at Telus World of Science

April 27 - September 2
Telus World of Science, 11211 142 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1 Canada
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Explore the world of science using the same methods as the hosts of Discovery Channel’s Emmy®-nominated series, MythBusters. You’ll immerse yourself in the MythBusters world from the very beginning. Explore The Blueprint Room and over 60 artifacts salvaged from more than 700 experiments conducted on the series, hand-picked by the MythBusters themselves. Then engage in real hands-on, interactive experiences that are suited for guests of all ages by combining popular scientific facts with innovation, family-friendly displays, and never-before-seen myths saved specifically for this exhibition!  …

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May 2019

Celebration of Spring

May 20 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Hwy 16 E
Tofield, AB Canada
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It's the beginning of another new season at the Ukrainian Village with Celebration of Spring The first event of the season brings together numerous dance groups of all ages from across Alberta as they perform a variety of new and traditional dances on our Bandshell Stage. In the historical village, families can visit with costumed role players and enjoy traditional authentic springtime activities on the farm. This event also opens the second and final season of the Peter Shostak: Painting to…

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124 St. Grand Market

May 23 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 4:00pm on Thursday, repeating until October 10, 2019

108 Ave & 124 St.  Edmonton, AB Canada + Google Map

Thursdays are 124 St. Grand Market days!   Join us for live music, performances, food trucks, local growers, bakers, makers and kids programming including our Little Beans Program. The 2019 Season will run outdoors from May 9 to our Harvest Thanksgiving Market October 10. Be sure to visit ant of the shops or restaurants along 124 that stay open late!

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St. Albert Kinsmen Rainmaker Rodeo & Exhibition

May 24 - May 26
St. Albert Kinsmen Fairgrounds, 47 Riel Dr.
St. Albert, AB Canada
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Watch some of the best cowboys and cowgirls, spend time browsing the marketplace where various vendors have some fantastic items up for sale, and take the family to the midway with more than 20 deluxe rides and games at the Rainmaker Rodeo & Exhibition. This year brings some of the hottest acts to the concert stage, an exciting parade and festival entertainment for all ages.

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International Children’s Festival of the Arts

May 28 - June 2
St. Albert Place Promenade, 5 St. Anne St.
St. Albert, AB Canada
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This magical six-day festival transforms the banks of the Sturgeon River in downtown St. Albert into a mighty carnival as more than 55,000 kids come out to play with professional artists from across the country and around the world.

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June 2019

Heart of the City Music and Arts Festival

June 1 - June 2
Giovanni Caboto Park, 9425 109A Ave.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Make your way to Giovanni Caboto Park for this two day family-friendly festival celebrating the full spectrum of talent and culture in central Edmonton. As you wander past the shops and restaurants that line the street of Edmonton's historic Little Italy, you'll be drawn to the sound of live music and laughter. The Heart of the City Music and Arts Festival will be in full swing showcasing talent from this Central Edmonton community. Dance to the live music at the…

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Sustainival

June 6 - June 9
Kingsway Mall, 1 Kingsway Garden Mall NW
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Can you imagine an amazingly fun carnival powered entirely by green energy? Well, get ready because it’s real and it’s coming back to Edmonton this summer. A family-friendly event and kids from ages 2 to 92 will all take something unique away from this one-of-a-kind outdoor Green Carnival experience.

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Alberta All British Field Meet

June 8 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Victoria Park (Pavillion), 12010 River Valley Rd. NW
Edmonton, AB T5K 2M6 Canada
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Mini is the featured marque in recognition of their 60th Anniversary. The Mini launched a new age in motor car design with Front Wheel Drive that maximize interior or space, the Mini was to influence cars for decades to come. All your favourite British vehicles will be there, restoration projects plus some surprises. Look for qualified mechanic Andrea on site to answer your mechanical questions. Activities for children and door prize draws. Courtyard Cafe: Featuring WG Kettle Corn; Calle Mexican…

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Porkapalooza

June 15 - June 16
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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Experience the art and culture of BBQ at Edmonton’s only BBQ Festival, it's a big meat up! Cheer on your favourite competitors and enjoy that great BBQ smell as teams from western Canada compete for over $16,000 in prizes. Whether you're watching the competition or taking part in one of the many other activities, there's plenty for you to do all weekend long at Porkapalooza! Come with the family where the little ones can spend time in the Kids Zone or round…

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Edmonton Scottish Highland Gathering

June 23
Grant MacEwan Park, 3105 - 101 St. SW
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Join us Sunday June 23rd for the longest running Highland Gathering in Edmonton. A full day of fun and excitement for the whole family. Gates open at 8:00am. Take in the competition of the Pipers and Drummers, be entertained by the Highland Dance Competition and Scottish Country Dance Demonstration. Awe at the strength and accuracy of the Heavy Events competitors as they Caber Toss, Hammer Throw and more. Have a blast with the kids in the Family Fun Zone with…

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Explore the world of science using the same methods as the hosts of Discovery Channel’s Emmy®-nominated series, MythBusters. You’ll immerse yourself in the MythBusters world from the very beginning. Explore The Blueprint Room and over 60 artifacts salvaged from more than 700 experiments conducted on the series, hand-picked by the MythBusters themselves. Then engage in real hands-on, interactive experiences that are suited for guests of all ages by combining popular scientific facts with innovation, family-friendly displays, and never-before-seen myths saved specifically for this exhibition!

 

Adult Access Night – April 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Members’ Preview – April 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

It’s the beginning of another new season at the Ukrainian Village with Celebration of Spring

The first event of the season brings together numerous dance groups of all ages from across Alberta as they perform a variety of new and traditional dances on our Bandshell Stage. In the historical village, families can visit with costumed role players and enjoy traditional authentic springtime activities on the farm.

This event also opens the second and final season of the Peter Shostak: Painting to Remember art exhibit in the Visitor Centre.

Thursdays are 124 St. Grand Market days!

 

Join us for live music, performances, food trucks, local growers, bakers, makers and kids programming including our Little Beans Program. The 2019 Season will run outdoors from May 9 to our Harvest Thanksgiving Market October 10. Be sure to visit ant of the shops or restaurants along 124 that stay open late!

Watch some of the best cowboys and cowgirls, spend time browsing the marketplace where various vendors have some fantastic items up for sale, and take the family to the midway with more than 20 deluxe rides and games at the Rainmaker Rodeo & Exhibition. This year brings some of the hottest acts to the concert stage, an exciting parade and festival entertainment for all ages.

This magical six-day festival transforms the banks of the Sturgeon River in downtown St. Albert into a mighty carnival as more than 55,000 kids come out to play with professional artists from across the country and around the world.

Make your way to Giovanni Caboto Park for this two day family-friendly festival celebrating the full spectrum of talent and culture in central Edmonton. As you wander past the shops and restaurants that line the street of Edmonton’s historic Little Italy, you’ll be drawn to the sound of live music and laughter. The Heart of the City Music and Arts Festival will be in full swing showcasing talent from this Central Edmonton community.

Dance to the live music at the Listen Louder main stage, take in spoken word at The Beat stage and hear youthful music at the CreART Free School of Art stage. You’ll get the chance to watch dance performances from Mile Zero Dance, listen to modern sounds of New Music Edmonton and enjoy a bite from a nearby food vendors. Workshops, art, music, poetry, dance, vendors and family-friendly events fill every corner of the park.

Can you imagine an amazingly fun carnival powered entirely by green energy? Well, get ready because it’s real and it’s coming back to Edmonton this summer.

A family-friendly event and kids from ages 2 to 92 will all take something unique away from this one-of-a-kind outdoor Green Carnival experience.

Mini is the featured marque in recognition of their 60th Anniversary.
The Mini launched a new age in motor car design with Front Wheel Drive that maximize interior or space, the Mini was to influence cars for decades to come.
All your favourite British vehicles will be there, restoration projects plus some surprises. Look for qualified mechanic Andrea on site to answer your mechanical questions.
Activities for children and door prize draws.
Courtyard Cafe: Featuring WG Kettle Corn; Calle Mexican Food, Fat Franks Hotdogs. Tables and chairs adjacent to the food vendors offer friends & acquaintances a place to connect.

Experience the art and culture of BBQ at Edmonton’s only BBQ Festival, it’s a big meat up! Cheer on your favourite competitors and enjoy that great BBQ smell as teams from western Canada compete for over $16,000 in prizes. Whether you’re watching the competition or taking part in one of the many other activities, there’s plenty for you to do all weekend long at Porkapalooza!

Come with the family where the little ones can spend time in the Kids Zone or round up some friends to watch entertainment and have a cold one at the beer gardens.

Join us Sunday June 23rd for the longest running Highland Gathering in Edmonton. A full day of fun and excitement for the whole family. Gates open at 8:00am.

Take in the competition of the Pipers and Drummers, be entertained by the Highland Dance Competition and Scottish Country Dance Demonstration. Awe at the strength and accuracy of the Heavy Events competitors as they Caber Toss, Hammer Throw and more.

Have a blast with the kids in the Family Fun Zone with bouncy castles, face painting, games and such. Laugh with delight at the antics and talents of Kilted Collin (Live from L.A.) perched 9ft above the crowd! The Sheep Dog Demonstrations are always an impressive sight – crafty wee dugs!