Aaaand here comes the first weekend of November! This also means Daylight Saving Time ends, and our clocks move back on Sunday – so be prepared! There’s lots going on in and around the city right now, and here are the best things to do in Edmonton this weekend!
Alberta Ballet’s 2022-2023 season is underway! And you can get to know the dancers in Away We Go, described as a “collection of works features three celebrated choreographers in one incredible evening of contemporary ballet.”
When: Friday, November 5th and Saturday, November 6th
Where: 11455 87 Ave. NW
Bryan Adams needs no introduction! One of the most legendary Canadian guitarists/singer/songwriter, Adams is bringing his So Happy It Hurts tour to Edmonton this month. Get ready to sing allll the songs!
When: Sunday, November 6th, 2022
Where: Rogers Place
Sponsored pick: EL FURNITURE WAREHOUSE IS LAUNCHING THEIR NEW 90s BRUNCH
Grab your pals, ‘cause we’ve got your weekend brunchin’ plans figured out! El Furniture Warehouse is launching a wild ‘90s themed brunch, which are sure to keep the vibes rolling all weekend long.
Every Saturday & Sunday you can expect delicious brunch eats & special brunch drinks, weekly DJs, and not to mention- everything starts at only $5.95. That means right in the heart of Jasper Ave, you can now enjoy 90s themed brunches on the regular.
When: Saturdays & Sundays, 11 AM to 3 PM
Where: 10765 Jasper Ave
Looking for a fun Saturday morning activity this month? Cineplex Canada has brought back its Family Favourites deal for November, offering just $2.99 movie tickets deal. This weekend catch Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride.
When: Saturday mornings throughout the month
Where: At a Cineplex near you
Back and better than ever for its 25th year, the Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival invites you to sip and sample from a wide variety of Alberta’s best wine, spirits, beer and food pairings.
When: Friday, November 4th and Saturday, November 5th, 2022
Where: Edmonton Convention Center
Cost: Starting at $25
Ready for some shopping? Check out the Capital City Market this weekend where you will find a wide variety of vintage – new and second hand goodies. The market focuses on Vintage (1950-2000) clothing, accessories, household, and small furniture.
When: Friday, November 4th to Sunday, November 6th, 2022
Where: 10305 97 St NW
Cost: Free to enter
Many of us have heard of carbon monoxide (CO) and know it’s dangerous, but did you know that CO is an invisible, silent, and odourless toxic gas, often referred to as the “silent killer?” ATCO wants to help keep your family safe this winter, which is why until November 7, they’re giving away CO detectors for free while supplies last!
When: Now until November 7th, 2022
Where: in ATCO Gas’s service area
Almost A Full Moon was commissioned by the Citadel, and is inspired by the beloved Christmas album by Canadian singer/songwriter Hawksley Workman. Check out this new holiday music to get into the seasonal spirit!
When: November 5th to 27th, 2022
Where: 9828 101 A Avenue
The Oilers are back for another exciting season, and several games at home in November, including a game this weekend against Dallas.
When: Saturday, November 5th, 2022
Where: 10220 104 Avenue NW
Lest We Forget… a musical tribute 2022 marks the beginning of Remembrance Week in Canada. According to the event, it will be performed by the “bands and chorus of the Cosmopolitan Music Society and special guests, the Clan MacNaughton Pipes and Drums, Lest We Forget is a musical and ceremonial experience for all.”
When: Sunday, November 6th, 2022
Where: Festival Place, 100 Festival Way, Sherwood Park
This month, why not enjoy our close proximity to natural magic by embarking on a stargazing snowshoe tour through Kananaskis, Alberta – a stunning destination where the rest of the Milky Way is visible and bright?
Organized by local company Kananaskis Outfitters, this one-of-a-kind tour is a must-take, especially if you think you’ve seen all there is to see in our vast backyard.
When: Starting November 4th, 2022
Where: Kananaskis Village Centre- 1 Mt. Sparrowhawk Crescent
Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
Have a great weekend!