K-Days – July 21st-30th
It’s one of Edmonton’s most anticipated events and it’s happening all week. Check out the free fun in Kids Zone, watch the Pow Wow competition, try some of this year’s new fair food, and more. Want some insider tips? I’ll be visiting on Monday so follow along on Instagram!
Watch Finding Dory Outside – July 26th
It’s the first Boardwalk Outdoor Movie night! Starting at 7:00 pm you can enjoy a BBQ, face painting, and popcorn. The movie starts at 9:00 pm
Free Family Park Nights with Amity House – July 26th
Get messy with splash paint and marble art, play in the Playground, and meet new friends at McLeod Park 6-8pm
Yoga at the Callingwood Farmers’ Market – July 26th
Bring your Yoga mat and take part in some yoga! All ages are welcome and afterward, you can shop from local artisans for a variety of fresh foods, and home made items.
Register for free bowling at select bowling alleys around Edmonton, each day kids can bowl 2 games for free.
Grab last minute tickets to Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios – July 20th – August 13th
See this amazing show under the big top. Tickets are still available for some performances with tickets starting at just $49/each.
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Taste of Edmonton – July 20th-29th
Try out some delicious foods and treats like the Salted Caramel Ice Cream Sandwich, Truffle Fries, Mac & Cheese Balls, Maple Thyme Cream Corn and so much more!
Pancake Dinner and Wagon Rides – July 27th
Come to Queen Mary Park for a pancake supper and get into the K-Days spirit with a horse-drawn wagon ride around the community.
Free pancake breakfast – July 27th & 28th
Come for delicious pancakes, juice, and coffee and celebrate K-Days
Catch Beauty and the Beast outdoors – July 28th
Come at 7:00 pm for carnival games and a bouncy castle There will be free popcorn, drinks and face painting. The movie begins at 9:00 pm and don’t forget your chairs or a blanket to sit on!
Learn about Urban Bee Keeping – July 29th
Join MacEwan University for a tour of their rooftop beehives and bee hotel and learn how you can get involved in food security initiatives at MacEwan and at home.
Pop up Play – Various days
Join in games, sports, crafts, music, drama and special events 2 days a week at each location at select parks throughout Edmonton.
The City of Edmonton is offering free guided tours every Friday during the summer from July 14 to August 26, 2017. Participants will learn about municipal government, Edmonton’s history, and the art and architecture of City Hall.