The ways to watch the Oilers just keep coming, as Churchill Square will be hosting viewing parties for the remainder of the Battle of Alberta! But, instead of the Ice District and Rogers Plaza, this will be a strictly family friendly affair. Here’s the scoop.

Starting Sunday, May 22nd, Sir Winston Churchill Square will transform for Oilers home games. There will be a large screen set-up, and fans are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs to join the excitement. Like we said, it’s family-friendly, so no alcohol will be allowed. However, food trucks will be on site!

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Just as exciting though is what they’ve got in store for Tuesday. If you can swing an hour away from work, head down to meet Oilers alumni, Mayor Amarjeet Sohi, and more. There will be giveaways, and most importantly, they include two pairs of tickets for the Tuesday game.

So, you’ve got one more option for checking out the upcoming Battle of Alberta playoff games! That’s never a bad thing, in our opinion.