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November 13, 2019

Party Crasher: Spring Has Sprung

It was all flowers, foodies and fun at the Once Upon a Springtime event.

Photography by Kevan Morin 

Around 180 local community leaders  gathered at the Edmonton Public Library’s Jasper Place Branch for Apricity’s Once Upon a Springtime fundraiser. The funds were earmarked for the EPL’s “Welcome Baby” program, which promotes early learning by giving early developmental and literacy tools to families with newborn children.

On March 22, supporters basked in wonder as the world of literacy was interpreted through the eyes of children.

“We wanted to create a unique guest experience and something the city hasn’t seen before,” says Rowena Cui, board chair at Apricity. “We wanted this to be a non-traditional fundraiser.”

To aid in the experience, local food producers such as North 53, Pinocchio Ice Cream, Duchess Bake Shop, Elm Caf, Sherbrooke Liquor, District Coffee Co. and Moonshine Doughnuts donated their time, drinks and treats to the event, while magicians and poets gave roving performances.
Matthew Garrett and Simon Underwood  



Kristi Slavens and Micah Slavens

Hannah Barrington and David Jones
Katie Owen and Jordan Tomnuk
Chris Provins and Amor Carandang
Cristie Semeniuk and Stacey Mullings
Sanja Peric and Constantin Zanoaga
Amer Hussain and Saba Hussain

Elaine Frazier, Lance Frazier and Linda Cook

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