124 Street is Edmonton’s premier destination main street shopping district home to the city’s finest local independent restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, and premium services that is characterized by a pedestrian-friendly, low to mid-rise urban form.
Experience art. Explore new perspectives. Create new connections.
There is no wrong way to experience art at the AGA. Bring your own interpretation and explore new ways of looking at the world. With so much to offer, you’ll discover something that connects with you.
The fourth brewery in the Bearhill Brewing family, Campio Brewing Co. was established in 2018 and rounds out the ‘Albeerta’ story in Edmonton. With a beer program that ranges from the working man’s thirst quenching brews to a sour program that pushes the palate, Campio wants to stress that this is beer to be drunk without a notebook in hand.
The Downtown Edmonton Community League. Our Board and committees are comprised of volunteers who live or work in the Downtown area. They represent Downtown residents in matters of parks, politics and other issues as well as planning and arranging community activities in the Downtown core.
We welcome any organization to come to RE/MAX Field on games days to show off their culture on the concourse and the field – and every in-between! We love seeing the gorgeous arts and crafts, hearing the great music and watching beautiful dancers which dates back centuries in various corners of the world.
The month of June is a collective celebration honouring the LGBTQ2S+ community. This year Fort Saskatchewan Pride Week will be June 9th – 16th. During this week we will celebrate equality in Fort Saskatchewan through events, workshops, and awareness campaigns.
Grindstone Theatre is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 which aims to create professional opportunities for emerging artists through high quality productions. Grindstone’s shows have toured nationally and performed to sell out audiences both in Edmonton and abroad.
The Jewish Federation of Edmonton was established as the central community organization in order to bring community interests together. Federation aims to provide the Jewish community with educational and arts and cultural programs along with support for local agencies, for Israel and Klal Israel.
The ideals that motivate Federations are the precious heritage of our Jewish people. Our parents and grandparents brought these ideals to this country and we are charged with keeping them alive to hand on to our children and grandchildren.
The Ribbon Rouge Foundation is a grassroots organization that focuses on health equity and facilitates social justice through the Arts. The Ribbon Rouge Foundation facilitates storytelling, community-engaged arts and intentional meaningful community conversations to change perceptions, stir social conscience, educate the public and create positive social change.
The Starlite Room is a live entertainment venue founded in 2004, open to all genres and walks of life and follows the rich musical history led by previous incarnations in the same building such as the Bronx, the Rev, and Lush. The building was designed by Herbert Magoon and George Heath MacDonald, two of Edmonton’s most prolific architects and was constructed in 1925 by the Salvation Army.
The TELUS World of Science features numerous galleries and exhibition spaces that cover various scientific disciplines, including astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, and geology. Visitors can explore hands-on exhibits, interactive displays, and multimedia presentations to learn about the wonders of science in an engaging and entertaining way.
Some of the notable attractions at the Telus World of Science – Edmonton include the Space Gallery, which focuses on astronomy and space exploration, the Discoveryland Gallery, which is designed for younger children and promotes early learning through play, and the IMAX Theatre, which showcases educational films on a massive screen.