Collective Kitchens in Edmonton

Cook inexpensive great tasting meals and meet friends at a Collective Kitchen! Collective Kitchens are groups of people who get together and cook meals together once or twice a month to have fun and save time and money while improving cooking skills. Everyone is welcome. There are kitchens that focus on cooking for families, single … Continue reading


  July 9-27 at the Myer Horowitz Theatre on the University of Alberta Campus in the Students Union Building. The Taming of the Shrew: Evening shows (Tues-Sat) start at 8:00 pm, and matinees (Sat/Sun) start at 2:00 pm.  Pay What You Will performances will be every Tuesday night, Saturday matinee and our two previews (July 9/10).Please come to the … Continue reading

211 Resource Lists

211 Offers PDF (printable) information lists, including:   Resource List for Aboriginal People Resource List for Addictions Resource List for Anger Management Resource List for Basic Needs Resource List for Children Resource List for People with Disabilities Resource List for Family Violence and Abuse Resource List for Leisure/Personal Enrichment Resource List for Men Resource List … Continue reading

Bissel Centre – Recreation and Wellness Programs

The Bissel Centre offers recreation and wellness programs, including: Soap Stone Carving Summer Retreats to Wabamun Lake Festive Season Giveaway (choose gifts for yourself and family) Drop In Centre Activities – arts and crafts, music sessions with instruments provided, card games, bingo and movie days. Click HERE for more information.

YMCA Opportunity Fund – Get Fit for a SMALLER Fee

  The YMCA Opportunity Fund allows those who are unable to afford the full cost of membership and/or programs to access the YMCA at a reduced cost. Elligibility is determined based on a person or family having a low income, and there are ways to apply in special circumstances where you cannot prove your income. … Continue reading

John Walter Museum – FREE Admission

John Walter Museum is a great place to learn about life in Edmonton’s past. Open on Sunday afternoons from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm with FREE, fun drop-in historical programs. Sometimes they are cooking related. Near Kinsmen leisure centre. Click HERE for Admission, Hours, and Location Hours of Operation Dates Time Jan, Feb & Dec … Continue reading

SERVUS Pay-What-You-Can Sundays at the Citadel Theatre

      Servus Credit Union is pleased to partner with the Citadel Theatre for Servus Pay What You Can Sundays. A number of tickets are made available on a Pay-What-You-Can basis for the first Sunday Evening Preview performance of each production.  Tickets go on sale at 3:00 on the day of the performance and all … Continue reading

FREE Tours of City Hall

Edmonton City Hall guided tours are free and are offered to all ages by knowledgeable tour guides. During a tour of City Hall you will learn about municipal government, discover Edmonton’s past, and marvel at City Hall’s art and architecture. You may even have a chance to see City Council in action! If you would … Continue reading

FREE Tours of the Legislature

The Legislative Assembly of Alberta offers free public and group tours. Current HOURS (also listed on the Legislature website HERE): Winter Hours (October 16 to April 30 2014) Monday to Friday Tours every hour from 9 a.m. Last tour 3 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Holidays Tours every hour from noon Last tour 4 p.m. Summer … Continue reading

Crossroads (Salvation Army) Church DROP IN CENTRE

Crossroads (Salvation Army) Church DROP IN CENTREOur Drop In Center is open during the daytime for anyone who’d like to be part of our community. They serve a hot lunch and have some great programs and a great space for creating helpful relationships. Always looking for VOLUNTEERS. Interested in volunteering? email the Drop In Centre … Continue reading