July 12, 2024


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11 matters to do this weekend in Edmonton

The weekend is here. But now, what to do with it? We’re hooking you up with outdoor, open up air solutions for fresh outings and adventures this weekend. 

The Strathearn Artwork Walk is returning this weekend from midday until finally 7 p.m. along picturesque Strathearn Generate. 150 artists will be featured on the two Saturday and Sunday, along with an outdoor gallery expertise, live tunes and food stuff vehicles. This is a free and canine helpful occasion. 

Some distinctive artwork, crafts, songs and additional to be had at the Strathearn Art Walk. (Adrienne Lamb/CBC )

The inaugural Afro Caribbean Summer Pageant is this Saturday at the Root 107 popup park situated at 107th Road and Jasper Avenue. You can anticipate food vehicles, leisure and a sector showcasing nearby enterprises. 

This 12 months, the Kaleido Competition is once once more on the transfer, being outdoor and popping up in pocket parks all-around Alberta Avenue. Tunes, artwork and magic are to be experienced from Friday to Sunday. 

The Edmonton Corn Maze proceeds to wow the tumble crowds. The maze is now 3 metres tall, the goats are eager to eat suitable out of your hand and the country sector is stocked with regionally grown products and solutions and deliver. The agricultural attraction, now in its 21st year, is open up until October 16. 

By the figures: The Edmonton Corn Maze

Check out out these ‘amazing’ farm enjoyment details about the Edmonton Corn Maze, southwest of Edmonton, Alta. 1:10

For extra from the Edmonton Corn Maze you can capture Our Edmonton this Saturday at 10 a.m., Sunday at midday, and 11 a.m. on Monday on CBC Television set and the CBC GEM. 

The Bangers & Beer YEG Sausage Struggle is a meaty throwdown featuring local butchers and cooks. Your ticket contains a sample of all of the sausages, a beer and one vote on Sunday afternoon from 1-3 p.m. at the You Require a BBQ store in Sherwood Park. 

After a impressive acquire in Calgary, the struggle of Alberta returns to Edmonton Elks dwelling turf as the soccer workforce kicks off in opposition to the Stampeders at 5 p.m. on Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium. 

Edmonton Elks quarterback Trevor Harris, correct, hands the ball off to James Wilder Jr. throughout 1st half CFL soccer motion in opposition to the Calgary Stampeders in Calgary. (Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)

Community suppliers, much more than a dozen patios and some neat outdoor artwork among Jasper Avenue and 102nd Avenue tends to make Al Fresco on 4th a spot for lots of from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturdays. 

For 40 other suggestions of parks and inexperienced area gems, it turns out there’s a map for that listed here.

The Next Once-a-year Grindstone Mural Significant is on from Friday to Sunday in Outdated Strathcona. Stay entertainment, mural paintings, a distributors industry and an artwork auction will be at this block party alongside 81st Avenue amongst 100 and 101st Road.

A block occasion and art auction part of this weekend’s prepare at the Grindstone Mural Enormous. (The Grindstone Comedy Theatre & Bistro)

The Parkinson Association of Alberta is hosting their yearly Phase n’ Stride this Saturday in Rundle Park. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with the 1km, 3km and 5km stroll having underway at 10 a.m. in an hard work to elevate money and awareness. Situations are taking area in 9 Alberta destinations this yr as properly as virtually. 

The patio music sequence continues this weekend at the Edmonton Ski/Bicycle Club with performances by Punch Buggy on Friday and Jack McDonald-Cockrall on Saturday evening.

And an event which is truly gone to the dogs returns to Queen Mary Park this Sunday afternoon with Beagle Paw’s 11th Yearly Beagle Mania Edmonton celebration. Guests can count on online games, contests and a costume parade along with a doggie photographer and a silent auction with proceeds supporting abandoned and abused beagles.

A costume contest is element of the annual Beagle Mania function held in Edmonton’s Queen Mary Park. (Adrienne Lamb/CBC)