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September 2019

Kaleido Family Arts Festival

September 13 - September 15

Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

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EPL Forward Thinking Speaker Series: Dr. Chris Nowinski

September 17
Chateau Lacombe Hotel, 10111 Bellamy Hill Rd NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N7 Canada
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Dr. Chris Nowinski is a former WWE wrestler and co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation opens a new window which is dedicated to solving the sports concussion crisis through education, policy and research. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Chateau Lacombe Hotel Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 10 a.m. on Eventbrite General Admission tickets - $10 each Preferred Seating tickets - $75 each

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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 Color Purple

September 21 - October 13
Citadel Theatre, 9828 101 A Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 3C6 Canada
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This Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical is an epic tale spanning 40 years in the life of Celie, an African-American woman struggling against poverty, abuse, and prejudice in the South of the 1930s.

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October 2019

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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EPL Forward Thinking Speaker Series: John Douglas

October 28
Edmonton Inn and Conference Centre, 11830 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 3J5 Canada
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John Douglas is a retired FBI special agent and one of the first criminal profilers. He has written several books on criminal psychology including Mindhunter opens a new window which has been adapted into a series on Netflix. Monday, Oct.  28 Edmonton Inn & Conference Centre Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 18  at 10 a.m. on Eventbrite General Admission tickets - $10 each Preferred Seating tickets - $125 each

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Kaleido Family Arts Festival is a joyous, exuberant, radically open arts festival that shares the love of the Alberta Avenue Arts District. Kaleido welcomes arts and cultural experiences with multi-arts collaborative performances such as music, dance, theatre, film, literary and visual arts with performances on rooftops, sides of buildings, back alleys, parks and found spaces. It’s an extravagance of creative exploration, imagination, and play.

Dr. Chris Nowinski is a former WWE wrestler and co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation opens a new window which is dedicated to solving the sports concussion crisis through education, policy and research.

Tuesday, Sept. 17
Chateau Lacombe Hotel
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 10 a.m. on Eventbrite
General Admission tickets – $10 each
Preferred Seating tickets – $75 each

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.

This Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical is an epic tale spanning 40 years in the life of Celie, an African-American woman struggling against poverty, abuse, and prejudice in the South of the 1930s.

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!

John Douglas is a retired FBI special agent and one of the first criminal profilers. He has written several books on criminal psychology including Mindhunter opens a new window which has been adapted into a series on Netflix.

Monday, Oct.  28
Edmonton Inn & Conference Centre
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 18  at 10 a.m. on Eventbrite
General Admission tickets – $10 each
Preferred Seating tickets – $125 each