May
15
4:00 PM16:00

Edmonton Food Bank

Did you know you can donate fresh garden veggies to Edmonton’s Food Bank? Come learn about Plant a Row, Grow a Row, a program inviting local gardeners to grow an extra row of vegetables or earmark extra vegetables for donation to Edmonton’s Food Bank. Come pick up seeds in May and return in August and September to donate vegetables to our volunteers.

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Jun
5
4:00 PM16:00

Metro Continuing Education

At Metro Continuing Education, our vision is to excel in providing outstanding learner-focused educational experiences dedicated to academic, personal and professional growth. Visit our booth to discover exciting opportunities coming up, from summer camps to summer school for kids, to personal and professional enrichment for adults.

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Jun
19
4:00 PM16:00

SW Edmonton Seniors' Association (SWESA)

The SouthWest Edmonton Seniors Association (SWESA) is a non-profit association established in 2011 to address the social, cultural and recreational interests of people over 55 in southwest Edmonton.

SWESA is a progressive organization creating a vibrant, welcoming, age-friendly community.

As a member-driven organization, in concert with community groups and partners, SWESA empowers older adults in Southwest Edmonton, to be active and to be socially engaged through quality programs and services.

We offer health and wellness programs, outings and special events, workshops, information sessions on current events, technology, finance and health topics, socials, cards and games and arts and writing classes.

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Jun
26
4:00 PM16:00

Nature Kids

Nature Alberta’s Nature Kids hosts free nature-based activities for families across the province. They will be bringing nature & conservation themed resources, will have info on their events, and will have coloring sheets for kids!

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Jul
10
4:00 PM16:00

CPAWS

The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Canada’s wildlife, waters and wilderness through the creation and appropriate management of parks and protected areas. CPAWS Northern Alberta has championed the protection of Alberta’s diverse natural heritage since our establishment as CPAWS’ first regional chapter in 1968. Together, we are working to keep at least half of Canada’s public land and water wild – forever. We will be chatting about a number of our programs, from what can be done to conserve Canada’s last caribou and other species at risk, to how parks and protected areas play a role in preparing for climate change, to the importance of protecting our headwater regions.

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Jul
24
4:00 PM16:00

Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Ch

Our organization is Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi. We practice the art of Tai Chi with a focus on the health benefits and believe that true health is achieved when body, mind and spirit come together. We have been in Canada since 1970 and have branches in many locations across the world. We are a registered charity and all our instructors are volunteers who are accredited through diligent practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts. More information can be found on our main website at www.taoist.org

In Southwest Edmonton we offer classes at Southminster-Steinhauer United Church at 10740 - 19 Ave, and we also have classes at 10 other locations in Edmonton and surrounding area.

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Jul
31
4:00 PM16:00

Canadian Blood Services

From donors to recipients and all the people that bring them together, we can all be the reason – the connection – that keeps Canadians living.  Together we are Canada’s Lifeline.  Come by the community tent to learn more or to book your appointment to donate!

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Aug
14
4:00 PM16:00

Edmonton & Area Land Trust

Alberta is home to over 300 species of bees, most of which are solitary bees. Solitary bees are not aggressive, unlike other types of social bees that swarm and live in colonies. Solitary bees are also very efficient pollinators of the plants that we eat for food. However, pollinators are declining for a number of reasons, including: habitat loss, pesticide use, and climate change. The Edmonton and Area Land Trust’s natural areas in the countryside around Edmonton are homes to pollinators for the surrounding agricultural lands. However, we can all do our help to help urban pollinators. Stop by to learn how you can help!

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Aug
28
4:00 PM16:00

Edmonton Food Bank

Did you know you can donate fresh garden veggies to Edmonton’s Food Bank? Come learn about Plant a Row, Grow a Row, a program inviting local gardeners to grow an extra row of vegetables or earmark extra vegetables for donation to Edmonton’s Food Bank. Seeds were picked up in May, and you can return in August and September to donate vegetables (and other fresh food) to our volunteers.

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Sep
18
4:00 PM16:00

Art in Our Park

Art In Our Park is a family-friendly festival featuring live music and dance on two stages, an art market, the emerging artists zone, and over twenty interactive elements & activities. Bring the whole family, listen to award-winning music, browse the market, and enjoy local food vendors.

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Sep
25
4:00 PM16:00

Edmonton Food Bank

Did you know you can donate fresh garden veggies to Edmonton’s Food Bank? Come learn about Plant a Row, Grow a Row, a program inviting local gardeners to grow an extra row of vegetables or earmark extra vegetables for donation to Edmonton’s Food Bank. Seeds were picked up in May, and you can return in August and September to donate vegetables (and other fresh food) to our volunteers.

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