60 things to do in Edmonton in February

Jan 30 2020, 11:58 am

February is filled with fun events around the city, including The Price Is Right Live, Edmonton Oilers, and more. Here are 60 fun things to do in Edmonton this month.

For more things happening around town, check out our events section.

Fun events in and around the city

La Poutine Week Edmonton 2020

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What: The fest takes place during the first week of February. The dining public can eat and vote on their favourites before a winner is announced at the end of the week. As always, February 1 will mark the kick-off of the self-proclaimed “biggest poutine festival in the world,” and it will run until February 7.

When: February 1 until February 7, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Participating restaurants in Edmonton
More Info: Online

Snowshoe and Stargaze

What: This experience starts with a short guided snowshoe hike around Astotin Lake. Then guests can gather around the fire and gaze up at the sky of the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve with the help of a park interpreter. A great way to connect with nature and the cosmos.

When: February 1, 8, and 15, 2020
Time: 7 to 9 pm
Where: Elk Island National Park
Register Info: Online

Beercade: Super Bowl LIV

What: Beercade Edmonton and Edmonton Elite Football Club is hosting a Super Bowl Sunday viewing party. All drinks, beers and Beercade Bites are on special for $4. A Nintendo Switch will also be given away to a lucky attendee.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: 7 pm to 2 am
Where: Beercade — 10544 82 Avenue Northwest
Reservations: call 587-598-4263

Super Bowl LIV Watch Party at River Cree

What: The River Cree Resort hosts a Super Bowl Watch Party on giant screen. There will be $5 drink specials, cheerleaders, and prizes to win throughout the big game.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: Doors 2 pm, pre-games 2:30 pm, event 4:30 pm
Where: River Cree Resort & Casino — 300 E Lapotac Boulevard, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Boardwalk Ice On Whyte

What: The Boardwalk Ice On Whyte and the International Ice Carving Exhibit takes place in Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park from until February 2. Up to 10 professional ice carving teams will compete, and after viewing the sculptures, attendees can try making their own small ice carving in a heated tent.

When: Now until February 2, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park – 8331 104 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Jasper in January 2020 Winter Festival

What: The 31st Jasper in January is full of art, music, dance, food, and winter activities. There are over 40 different things to do, with some free events and some ticketed events to enjoy. A few of the highlights are a brewery tour, ice climbing lessons, dark sky snowshoe tours, sleigh rides, and a pond hockey tournament.

When: Now until February 2, 2020
Time: Times vary by event
Where: Jasper, Alberta
Tickets: Varies by event, some are free to attend

Live Active Day in Rundle Park

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What: Head to Rundle Park for a celebration of active living, recreation, and sport in Edmonton. The city’s Live Active partners will host an afternoon of activities including skating, tobogganing, snowshoeing, and more. There will be free skate rentals, plus food trucks on location.

When: February 2, 2020
Time: 12 to 2 pm
Where: Rundle Park — 2909 113 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Window Wanderland

What: Residents of Westmount turn their neighbourhood windows into an outdoor gallery. Stroll around and see the artistic displays in windows of homes, shops, offices, schools, and more.

When: February 7 and 8, 2020
Time: 6:30 to 9 pm
Where: Westmount Neighbourhood, Edmonton
Admission: Free

The Sweatlife Series – Recover

What: lululemon Southgate hosts The Sweatlife Series, a different workshop, discussion, or class each Sunday. On February 9, learn about self-massage with Dustin Ring of The Wellness Lab YEG.

When: February 9, 2020
Time: 9:30 to 11 am
Where: lululemon Southgate — 5015 111 Street NW Unit 412, Edmonton
Register: Online, Free

International Festival of Winter Cinema

What: Bundle up and enjoy free outdoor movies projected onto a giant block of snow during Edmonton’s International Festival of Winter Cinema at Hawrelak Park. The films shown at the snow theatre reflect polar and alpine themes, or can surface an Indigenous viewpoint or explore stories about climate change. The festival will also screen local movies made in Edmonton. There are benches so viewers can watch, and there’s also a little fire to provide some much-needed warmth.

Throughout the film festival there are events such as screenplay feedback sessions, screenplay readings, and a 24-hour filmmaking competition.

When: February 13 until February 16, 2020
Time: Various times. More info online
Where: Just behind the fire sculpture in Hawrelak Park — 9330 Groat Road, Edmonton
Admission: Free

The Princess Bride

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The Princess bride movie cover (ARTS Senior Animal Rescue/Facebook)

What: Metro Cinema hosts a screening of William Goldman’s The Princess Bride for a Valentine’s Day weekend movie party. Follow along on the adventures of Dread Pirate Roberts, Princess Buttercup, Inigo Montoya, and more.

When: February 15, 2020
Time: 9:30 pm
Where: Metro Cinema — 8712 109 Street, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Edmonton Travel Show

What: Edmonton Travel Show features a variety of suppliers, hotels, airlines and travel brands from all over the world. Meet travel representatives and purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win prizes.

When: February 16, 2020
Time: 11 amt to 6 pm
Where: Edmonton Airport Renaissance Conference Centre — 1000 Airport Road, Leduc County
Tickets: Online

Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes

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What: TELUS World of Science Edmonton is featuring an epic Marvel exhibition that runs until February. The exhibition will feature more than 300 artifacts, including some of Marvel’s most iconic and sought-after pages, costumes, and props, chronicling the story of Marvel and its influence on visual culture while exploring the narratives of individual characters such as Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange.

When: Now until February 17, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: TELUS World of Science — 11211 142 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

The Price is Right Live

What: The live edition of one of North America’s longest-running game shows is coming to Edmonton and you could be their next contestant. This February, The Price is Right Live will be coming to River Cree Casino for several live shows. Contestants will get the chance to play games like Plinko, Cliffhangers, The Big Wheel, and the fabulous Showcase. Contestants can win cash, appliances, vacations, and possibly even a new car.

When: February 21 until February 23, 2020
Times: 9 pm (Friday and Saturday), 4 pm (Sunday)
Where: River Cree Resort & Casino — 300 E Lapotac Boulevard, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

SkirtsAfire Festival

What: Founded in 2012, SkirtsAfire is a multidisciplinary arts festival that showcases, empowers, supports and develops female artists of diverse backgrounds. Performers include trans women, self-identifying women, 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and all ethnicities and abilities. Enjoy theatre, music, and more throughout the festival.

When: February 27 until March 8, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Various venues
Tickets: Online

Because We Are Girls

What: Because We Are Girls tells the story of a conservative Indo-Canadian family in small-town British Columbia who must come to terms with a devastating secret: three sisters were sexually abused by an older relative beginning when they were children. After remaining silent for nearly 25 years, the sisters decide to come forward, not only to protect other young relatives but to also set an example for their daughters.

Filmmakers in attendance include director Baljit Sangra, Jeeti Pooni, Kira Pooni and Salakshana Pooni. Presented by Metro Cinema with the National Film Board, Edmonton Movie Club, and the Sexual Violence Advocacy + Accountability Network.

When: February 27, 2020
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Metro Cinema — 8712 109 Street, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Edmonton Outdoor Skating and Ice Rinks

What: Edmonton has a variety of outdoor skating and ice rinks to enjoy during the season. City-operated ice surfaces are monitored and maintained daily and will be closed if conditions are unsafe. Make sure to bring your skates and helmet, and check the rink status and conditions before heading out.

When: Open daily until the end of the season based on weather and ice conditions
Time: Various times
Where: Various locations
Admission: Free

Tubing at Sunridge

What: Sunridge Ski Area’s Snow Tubing Park offers a dedicated tubing lift, three groomed chutes down one of the main hills, and special tubes to ride down.

When: Fridays to Sundays until March 8, 2020. Also open on holidays.
Time: Various times available
Where: Sunridge Ski Area – Strathcona Science Provincial Park — 10980 17 Street NW, Edmonton
Booking: Online

Ice Castles Alberta

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What: The magical ice castle in Edmonton’s Hawrelak Park features ice caves, tunnels, slides, fountains, and even a throne room. The shimmering wonderland was handcrafted by artists who used only icicles and water. Workers grew up to 12,000 icicles per day, harvested them, and individually sculpted them to create the ice formations, according to Explore Edmonton.

When: Now until March 10, 2020
Hours: 4 to 9 pm (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday), 4 to 10 pm (Friday), 11 to 10 pm (Saturday), 12 to 8 pm (Sunday), Closed on Tuesdays
Where: Hawrelak Park — 9330 Groat Road, Edmonton
Tickets: $13.99 for adults on weekdays, $10.99 for children. On weekends, prices increase to $17.99 for adults and $12.99 for children. You can buy online

I Am From Here

What: I Am From Here shares stories from descendants of Alberta’s early Black pioneers. Hear spoken-word stories from a tabletop jukebox, watch a film about one family’s quilting tradition, and partake in other activities.

When: Now until September 7, 2020 (closed Mondays)
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Royal Alberta Museum — 9810 103a Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Remembering the First World War

What: Remembering the First World War spotlights items that evoke memories from Royal Alberta Museum’s Military and Political History collection.

When: Now until October 17, 2020 (closed Mondays)
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Royal Alberta Museum — 9810 103a Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Valentine’s Day Events

Tinder Tales: A “Not-So-Valentine’s” Show

What: Five Edmonton comedians share their own hilarious and real dating stories during Tinder Tales. The “Not-So-Valentine’s Show” is headlined by Leif Oleson-Cormack.

When: February 14, 2020
Time: Doors 8 pm
Where: The Rec Room South Edmonton — 1725 99 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

House of Hush presents: The Late Valentine Show

What: House of Hush’s The Late Valentine Show is a speakeasy burlesque show at Crash Hotel’s vintage cocktail bar. Dress up in style and enjoy drinks, glamour, and burlesque performances throughout the room.

When: February 14, 2020
Time: 10 pm
Where: Crash Hotel Lobby — 10266 103 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

IKEA Canada Valentine’s Day Dinner

IKEA Canada Valentine's Day Dinner

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What: This one-of-a-kind three-course meal will offer diners a choice of soup or salad to start, followed by meatballs with bacon and herb-infused mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and lingonberry sauce or glazed salmon, cauliflower puree, marinated vegetables or Nordic shrimp, or veggie balls with ratatouille, mixed vegetables topped with gremolata and parmesan crisps.

When: February 14, 2020
Time: 4:30 to 7:30 pm
Where: IKEA locations across Canada
Price: $34.99; purchase a Restaurant Check Out ahead of time

Séance!

What: Fort Edmonton Park’s invites attendees to celebrate Valentine’s Day with spirits, spectres, and mysteries of the unknown. This re-creation of a late-1800s spiritualist meeting has everyone becoming a direct participant in the search for the afterlife. Rating: 14A

When: February 14 and 15, 2020
Time: 7:30 and 9:30 pm
Where: Fort Edmonton Park, 7000 143 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Rob Pepper Presents: The Day After Valentine’s Day Show!

What: Keep the loving feeling going with a comedy show at Pure Casino Yellowhead. Featuring performances by Celeste Lampa, Ben Proulx, Cian Beatty, and headliner Rob Pepper. Hosted by Lars Callieou.

When: February 15, 2020
Time: Doors 7 pm, show 8 pm
Where: Pure Casino Yellowhead — 12464 153 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Happy Family Day

Family Day Pancake Breakfast

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What: Jasper Park Community League hosts a Family Day celebration with live music, pancakes, and more. The skating rink will be open after breakfast, so bring your skates.

When: February 16, 2020
Time: 10 am to 12 pm
Where: Jasper Park Community League — 8751 153 Street NW, Edmonton
Price: Breakfast $2

Fire and Ice Festival

What: St. Albert Firefighters Local 2130 present the Fire and Ice Festival at Lacombe Lake Park. The Family Day event includes hockey, fire dancers, campfires, and firefighter obstacle course. There will also be hotdogs donated by Save On foods, and coffee and hot chocolate donated by Tim Hortons. Park and ride from St. Albert Centre is provided free by St Albert Transit.

When: February 17, 2020
Time: 12 to 4 pm
Where: Lacombe Lake Park — 151 McKenney Avenue, St. Albert
Admission: Free. Donations will be collected to support the fight against Muscular Dystrophy.

Family Day at Alberta Legislature

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What: Alberta Legislature hosts a Family Day celebration with an open house full of performances and activities. Enjoy a show by CBC Kids’ Will’s Jams, then make some crafts and play some games. There will also be special screenings of Edmonton International Film Festival Family Shorts and storytime with Rocky the Ram. A number of food vendors will also be on-site.

When: February 17, 2020
Time: 11 am to 4 pm
Where: Alberta Legislature Building — 107 Street and 97 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Eat fresh at farmers’ markets

Edmonton Downtown Farmers Market

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What: The longest-running farmers’ market in Edmonton. Shop over 60 vendors at Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market indoor location, including fruit and vegetables, crafts, and more. There will also be entertainment and live music for the whole family to enjoy.

When: Every Saturday
Time: 9 am to 3 pm
Where: Edmonton Downtown Farmers Market — 10305 97 Street NW, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market

What: Edmonton’s first indoor farmer’s market. The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market showcases over 130 vendors every Saturday, including vendors with locally grown produce, arts and crafts, specialty foods, clothing, and more.

When: Every Saturday
Time: 8 am to 3 pm
Where: 83rd Avenue and 103 Street NW (just off Whyte Ave), Edmonton
Admission: Free

Sherwood Park Farmer’s Market – Fall/Winter Season

What: Sherwood Park Farmer’s Market fall/winter season is held inside of Strathcona County Community Centre. Shop for fresh local produce, baking, meats, crafts from local artisans, and more while enjoying live music from buskers.

When: Every Wednesday until May 2020
Time: 4 to 8 pm
Where: Strathcona County Community Centre — 401 Festival Lane, Sherwood Park
Admission: Free

Salisbury Farmers’ Market

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What: Shop for local fresh foods and arts and crafts every Thursday at Salisbury Farmers’ Market. Every week there is a new Feature Vendor. The first 20 customers to make a minimum $5 purchase at the Feature Vendor of the week will each receive $5 in Salisbury Market Bucks towards their next vendor purchase at the market that Thursday.

When: Every Thursday year-round
Time: 4 to 7:30 pm
Where: Salisbury Greenhouse — 52337 Range Road 232, one mile South of Wye Road, Sherwood Park
Admission: Free

Bountiful Farmers’ Market

What: Bountiful Farmers’ Market offers a wide variety of fresh goods, including local vegetables and meat, coffee roasters, and beer and wine. There is also an ethnic food hall, a children’s play area, live entertainment, and more!

When: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday year-round
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Where: 3696 97 Street, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Miller Crossing Farmer’s Market

What: Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market happens every Sunday at Royal Canadian Kingsway Legion #175. Shop for local fresh produce and goods, enjoy live music from buskers, grab a bite to eat, and more.

When: Every Sunday
Time: 11 am to 3 pm
Where: Royal Canadian Kingsway Legion #175 — 14339 50 Street NW, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Cheer on the home teams

Edmonton Oilers

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Image: Edmonton Oilers / Twitter

What: The Edmonton Oilers continue their NHL season in February at Rogers Place. Visiting teams include San Jose Sharks on February 6, Minnesota Wild on February 21, and Winnipeg Jets on February 29.

When: February 6, 8, 11, 19, 21 and 29, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Rogers Place – 10220 104 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Edmonton Oil Kings

What: Edmonton Oil Kings bring WHL action to Rogers Place in February. Matchups include Red Deer Rebels on February 7, Regina Pats on February 14, and Winnipeg ICE on February 25.

When: February 1, 7, 14, 15, 17 and 25, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Rogers Place – 10220 104 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Calgary Pioneers vs Edmonton Rage – Battle for Alberta

What: The inaugural Battle for Alberta is a friendly competition with the Edmonton LGBT+ hockey team Edmonton Rage versus The Calgary Pioneers and Calgary Villagers!

When: February 1, 2020
Time: 9:15 to 10:30 pm
Where: West Edmonton Mall — 1755, 8882 170 Street, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Bon Appetit

Charcuterie Night for Glenrose Foundation

What: Glenrose Foundation’s Charcuterie Night raises funds to provide equipment, programs, and technology in order to help patients. The interactive experience led by Executive Chef Serge Belair will show guests how to build the ultimate charcuterie spread with meats and cheeses from local suppliers Meuwly’s and Old School Cheesery. There will also be a selection of wines and beers to enjoy.

When: February 12, 2020
Time: 5:30 to 8 pm
Where: Edmonton Convention Centre – 9797 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton
TicketsOnline

Winefest Edmonton

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What: Winefest Edmonton offers an all-inclusive sampling of wines from all over the world, as well as delicious hors d’oeuvres. There are three sessions to choose from – Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening.

When: February 14 and 15, 2020
Time: 7 to 10 pm (Friday and Saturday), 2 to 5 pm (Saturday)
Where: Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D – 9797 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Plant Pure Nation Film Screening

What: Alberta Whole Food Plant Based Society hosts a screening of Plant Pure Nation. The event will include a plant based health forum, plant based food samples, live music and a photo booth, prizes, and an audience Q&A after the movie.

When: February 15, 2020
Time: 3 to 5:30 pm
Where: Garneau Theatre — 8712 109 Street Northwest, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Flavours of Iberia

What: Aligra Wine & Spirits hosts a tasting of Spanish & Potuguese wines, sherries, and Port and Iberian-inspired tapas to raise funds for Winnifred Stewart Association.

When: February 20, 2020
Time: 7 to 9 pm
Where: Aligra Wine & Spirits — 1423 W Edmonton Mall, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Concerts, Arts and Performances

Wildfire at Rapid Fire Theatre

What: Rapid Fire Theatre’s annual teen improv festival. Wildfire consists of three different events: The Nosebowl High School Theatresports Tournament, The Alberta Regionals of the Canadian Improv Games, and The Wildfire Junior. Participant teams represent schools all across Alberta.

When: February 4 until February 23, 2020 (No shows Mondays)
Time: 7 to 8:30 pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays), 2 to 3:30 pm (Sundays)
Where: Rapid Fire Theatre — 9828 101A Avenue, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Theory of a Deadman

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What: Theory of a Deadman brings their Say Nothing world tour to Edmonton with a performance at Winspear Centre on February 7.

When: February 7, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Winspear Centre — 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Silver Skate Festival

What: The 30th annual Silver Skate Festival features a variety of winter activities for the whole family. Enjoy winter sports, snow sculptures, horse-drawn sleighs, live performances, competitions, and more.

When: February 7 until February 17, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Hawrelak Park, Edmonton
Price: Various, including free

Women of Folkways Concert

What: Winter Roots Roundup and the Northern Lights Folk Club present the Women of Folkways. Featuring performances by Christina Smith & Jean Hewson, Maria Dunn, and Dana Wylie. Enjoy new interpretations of traditional folk songs as well as original songs.

When: February 8, 2020
Time: Doors 7:30 pm, show 8 pm
Where: Parkview Community Hall – 9135 146th Street, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Bedouin Soundclash

What: Toronto alt rockers Bedouin Soundclash perform at The Starlite Room on February 11 with special guests Odario.

When: February 11, 2020
Time: Doors 8 pm
Where: The Starlite Room – 10030 102 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Dear Evan Hansen

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What: Dear Evan Hansen, the story of a teenage boy who gets wrapped up in a tragic event by happenstance, is playing in Edmonton this February, as part of the Broadway Across Canada 2019/20 Season. Dear Evan Hansen picked up six Tony awards in 2017, including best musical, as well as a 2018 Grammy Award.

When: February 11 to 16, 2020
Time: Various times
Where: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium 11455 — 87 Avenue, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Choose Your Own Adventure

What: Grindstone Improv Conservatory present a Choose Your Own Adventure-style improv show, where the audience gets to decide what happens next.

When: February 12, March 11, 2020
Times: 9 to 10 pm
Where: The Grindstone — 10019 – 81 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

The Beaches

What: Toronto alternative rockers The Beaches bring The Professional Tour to Union Hall with special guest Hunny on February 13.

When: February 13, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Union Hall — 6240 99 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

The Society for the Destitute Presents Titus Bouffonius by Colleen Murphy

What: Theatre Network presents The Society For The Destitute and their show Titus Bouffonius by Colleen Murphy. The award-winning troupe will perform a comedic and unique adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus.

When: Now until February 16, 2020 (no shows Monday)
Time: 8 pm (Tuesdays to Saturday), 2 pm (Sundays)
Where: The Roxy on Gateway — 8529 Gateway Boulevard, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Edmonton Story Slam

What: Edmonton Story Slam is an uncensored, competitive storytelling event. Up to 10 storytellers will take the stage to tell fiction or non-fiction tales, with five random audience members acting as judges. The winner will receive money from a hat passed around after the show.

When: February 19, 2020; March 18, 2020 (Slam Off) ​April 15, 2020
Time: Sign-up 7 pm, show 7:30 pm
Where: 9910-109 Street, Edmonton
Admission: Free, donations collected for the winner after the show.

Tanya Tagaq

What: Inuit composer and throat singer Tanya Tagaq performs Qiksaaktuq, an orchestral piece conducted by Christine Duncan and dedicated to the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women. The evening also includes Edmonton Symphony Orchestra Chief Conductor Alexander Prior conducting Prokofiev’s Third Symphony and Webern’s Passacaglia.

When: February 22, 2020
Time: 8 pm
Where: Winspear Centre — 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Single Onion OPEN MIC

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What: The Single Onion is Calgary’s longest-running poetry series. They host a monthly open-mic series at Good Earth Coffeehouse the fourth Monday of every month..

When: The fourth Monday of every month – February 24 and March 30, 2020
Time: Sign-up at 6:30 pm
Where: Good Earth Coffeehouse — 1502 11 Street SW, Calgary
Admission: By donation

Eric Schwartz

What: Eric Schwartz combines stand-up, music and visual elements for his live shows. He has performed on The Tonight Show, Showtime, Hulu, BET and recently opened for Jo Koy.

When: February 28, 2020
Time: Doors 6 pm, show 7:30 pm
Where: Pure Casino Yellowhead — 12464 153 Street NW, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

The 80s Club

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What: Take a trip back to the 80s with performances by A Flock of Seagulls, Men Without Hats, and Spoons at the Hard Rock Casino Show Theatre.

When: February 29, 2020
Time: Doors 7 pm, show 8 pm
Where: River Cree Resort & Casino — 300 E Lapotac Boulevard, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Great Lake Swimmers

What: JUNO-nominated indie folk rockers Great Lake Swimmers from Toronto play Station On Jasper on February 29.

When: February 29, 2020
Time: 7 pm
Where: Station On Jasper — 10524 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton
Tickets: Online

Yvonne Mullock: Gift-Love

What: Explore ideas of intimacy, care, touch, and connection through textiles at Yvonne Mullock’s new work, Gift-Love. The glove is a representation of Mullock’s endearment for both loved ones and strangers. Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta, curated by Lindsey Sharman, and presented by Capital Powered Art.

When: Now until March 20, 2020
Time: 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Art Gallery of Alberta — 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton
Admission: Online

John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery: Grasping at the Roots

What: Grasping at the Roots showcases work by Debbie Ebanks Schlums, Serena Lee, Eugenio Salas, Shawn Tse along with recent video by Scott Portingale. Curated by Christine Battle.

When: Tuesday to Saturday until March 28, 2020
Time: 12 to 5 pm,
Where: John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery — Room 11-121 – Allard Hall — 11104 104 Avenue NW, Edmonton
Admission: Free

Traditional Arts & Crafts with the Canadian Native Friendship Centre

What: Learn a variety of traditional crafts from Tanya Rushton from Driftpile First Nations. Attendees can try leatherwork, make dream catchers, and bead leather lanyards. Suitable for ages 7 and up.

When: Every Tuesday until April 28, 2020
Time: 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Where: Edmonton Public Library – Strathcona Branch — 8331 104 Street, Edmonton
Admission: Free

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