How well do you know Friends? Fire up that competitive spirit and head over to The Pint on Whyte for Friends Trivia Night on November 3. Since the entire series is fair game, grab the lobsters you know who know the show.
St. Albert’s food festival returns from November 6 to 15. It’s a 10-day dining experience where you can feast on two- or three-course meals all at special prices. Indulge your senses and find a new local favourite.
On November 7, celebrate Alberta’s rich diversity with Storytelling Alberta. Whether the stories are about Remembrance Day or a re-telling of a Canadian classic, connect with the storytellers and listeners alike. The free performances will be available on their YouTube channel.
Satisfy your curiosity of the the strange and the unusual at the Extraordinary Oddities Market. Find unique home decor, jewellery and art with bizarre flair. Or enjoy the local talent performing at the market, which runs November 7 to 10.
Riki Kuropatwa‘s upcoming exhibit, Roadshow, will be featured at Bugera Matheson Gallery from November 7 to 21. The artist was inspired by Antiques Roadshow and the relationship between the owner of the object and the expert. Riki will be at the Bugera Matheson Gallery on November 7 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Explore the Winter Wonder Forest in Snow Valley this year on November 27. You can enjoy the stunning holiday light display without getting cold. Drive up to see Santa and Mrs. Claus, their reindeer and musical performances as well.
Sign up for a paint party every Friday this month with Lotus Art Gallery. The rotating artists will demonstrate various styles such as abstract, expressionism, impressionism, modern art and landscapes.
With the increased importance of hand sanitizers, give the gift of homemade lotion this year. Learn the difference between a lotion and a cream with Wixy Soap and create your own unique lotion with essential oils and so much more.