5 Things To Do In Edmonton: November 18 to 22

This week, start the holiday season by supporting local artists and those in need (plus a skating mouse!)

Courtesy Make It! The Handmade Revolution

Hand make it

Make it: The Handmade Revolution comes to Edmonton November 21 to 24. Over 180 of your favourite Makies will show and sell their handmade and heartfelt goodies, including accessories, jewellery, clothing, art, home decor, food and baby/kid items. There will also be delicious food carts and a beer garden.

Edmonton EXPO Centre, 7515 118 Avenue NW, 780-471-7377, makeitshow.ca

Support Indigenous Artists

The University of Alberta’s Metis Settlements Life Skills Journey team celebrates the holidays and supports Indigenous artists at the 4th annual Indigenous Artisans Holiday Market, November 20. The market aims to showcase Indigenous talent, and provide a venue to meet artists and makers to learn more about their work.

Indigenous Artisans Holiday Market, Enterprise Square, 10230 Jasper Ave, metislifeskills.com

Fundraise for the Food Bank

Start the Christmas season November 21 with an evening of live music, dinner and a silent auction at the DoubleTree by Hilton, all in support of Edmonton’s Food Bank.

DoubleTree by Hilton, 16615 109 Avenue NW,  780-425-2133, edmontonsfoodbank.com

See a skating search party

Join Mickey Mouse and his friends as they follow Captain Hook’s treasure map and look for clues in the search for Tinker Bell in immersive, fantastic worlds, as Disney On Ice presents Mickey’s Search Party, November 20 to 24.

Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 – 118 Avenue, 780-471-7377, edmontonexpocentre.com

Hear from some amazing racers

The Edmonton Public Library welcomes Anthony and James, winners of Season 7 of The Amazing Race Canada, for Ahkameyimok: A Night with Anthony & James at the Whitemud Crossing Branch Theatre. On November 22, they will discuss their journey and its profound impact on themselves and their communities.

Edmonton Public Library, Whitemud Crossing, 4211 106 Street Northwest, epl.ca

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