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Nutcracker Skating Party

Join Alberta Ballet for a free party at the Ice … [Continue Reading]

Nutcracker Skating Party

Adventure to Santa {Giveaway}

Take an adventure with your family through a … [Continue Reading]

Adventure to Santa

A Christmas Story: The Musical

We triple-dog dare you not to enjoy the St. Albert … [Continue Reading]

Christmas-Story

Festival of Trees (November 27-30)

Come and see over 100 Christmas trees decorated in … [Continue Reading]

Festival of Trees

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Nutcracker Skating Party

Nutcracker Skating Party

Join Alberta Ballet for a free party at the Ice Palace of West Edmonton Mall. There will be hot chocolate, gift cards good for 10% of tickets to the Nutcracker, and the chance to skate with a real ballerina! Nutcracker Skating Party Contact Details: When: Nov 30, 2014 Time: 4 pm-6 pm Where: West Edmonton […]

Adventure to Santa {Giveaway}

Adventure to Santa

Take an adventure with your family through a magical Christmas land on a quest to find Santa! Your path might take you through a candy cane forest, giant gingerbread land, crafter’s way where you can make a special ornament, and even through a North Pole marketplace. At the end you can have a family portrait […]

A Christmas Story: The Musical

Christmas-Story

We triple-dog dare you not to enjoy the St. Albert Children’s presentation of A Christmas Story: The Musical! Join Ralphie and the lovable characters of the hilarious, Tony Award nominated story as they muddle their way through the Christmas season, with or without a Red Ryder BB gun. Tickets are $26 for adults and $20 […]

Festival of Trees (November 27-30)

Festival of Trees

Come and see over 100 Christmas trees decorated in their full glory at the annual Festival of Trees. This annual Edmonton tradition raises funds for the University Hospital Foundation while simultaneously thrilling people of all ages. There are a number of special events tied to the festival including a luncheon, gala dinner, and a pancake […]

Weekend Round Up: 7 Fun Things to do in Edmonton with your Family Nov 21-23

Social Sunday: Secret Santa

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and you should be ready for an obnoxious amount of Christmas wordplay on these pages, because we LOVE it! You better watch out…for a bunch of fun in the city this weekend. Here are our top picks for the week ending November 21-23! The already beautiful streets […]

Santa in the Malls

Santa

Don’t let your kids miss their chance to sit on Santa’s lap and let him know exactly what they want for Christmas! Santa will be stopping at many of Edmonton’s malls — here’s a list of when and where you can catch him: Bonnie Doon Mall Santa will make his first appearance, alongside Dora the […]

Simply Super at Simply Supper

Simply Super at Simply Supper

I will never forget the look of panic on my new husband’s face as I chatted on the phone with my newly minted mother in law. She had asked what I was cooking for supper. There was no way for her to know that I had “planned” crackers and onion dip for myself and expected […]

All is Bright on 124th

All is Bright on 124th

124th Street lights up with the start of the winter festival season! Enjoy fire dancing, regular dancing, sleigh rides, live music, a Santa photo booth and the beauty of the historic 124th Street district robed in sparkling lights! All is Bright on 124th Contact Details: When: November 22, 2014 Time: 3 pm-8 pm Where: 124th […]

A Fun Day at The Fun Dome

Fun-Domes

In the timeless poetry of Trooper, the sun can’t shine every day. And while I am busy stockpiling ideas for wintery day activities with my children, chances are I’m not actually going to create elaborate obstacle courses with hula hoops and yarn. Every morning when I hear the furnace kick on, I huddle under the […]

Alberta Ballet: The Three Musketeers

Alberta Ballet: The Three Musketeers

It sends tiny little swords into my feminist heart when my boys dismiss something as “just for girls.” It makes me sad because “just” means two things: “exclusively,” but also “merely” and it’s the latter meaning that I am trying to battle. I have to say, it’s a tough fight when so much that is […]