Taboo, twinkles and a tribute to the train: What's on in and around Edmonton
Looking for stuff to do the weekend of Nov. 18? We’ve got you covered.
Christmas officially gets underway in Edmonton this weekend, but if you're not quite there yet, there's still sex, football and improvisation.
Santa's Parade of Lights will twinkle along Jasper Avenue from 100th to 108th streets at 5:30 pm. Saturday.
The Journey of a Lifetime tells the story of immigrants traveling by train to make a new life in the west. The travelling exhibition is pulling into the Legislature Assembly Visitor Centre in the Federal Building until Saturday.
You can catch musician Buffy Sainte-Marie in a rare solo performance at Festival Place in Sherwood Park on Sunday.
Magic of Lights event is a two-kilometre drive-through experience on until Jan. 6 at Castrol Raceway in Leduc south of Our Edmonton.
You can be a part of the creation of a musical from scratch when Rapid Fire Theatre presents Off Book The Musical at the Citadel Theatre on Saturdays until November 25.
A family dance, a gala and breakfast with Santa and more are all part of the Community Festival of Trees on until Sunday at the Heritage Pavilion in Stony Plain.