5 Things To Do This Week >

Here are my picks for the Top 5 things to do this week:

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Blanket Exercise

January 21 at 6-8pm
Capilano Library

Learn more about the Indigenous experience in Canada and why we need reconciliation today. The is an interactive learning experience that teaches the Indigenous rights history we’re rarely taught.

Organized by RISE - Reconciliation in Solidarity Edmonton, to help further your understanding of Indigenous issues.

It’s free.

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National Pie Day at Culina

January 23 at 5-9pm
Culina Muttart Cafe

Themed one-off dinners that feature some of Culina’s favourite local food and beverage purveyors! This time they’re bringing you EVERYTHING PIE for National Pie Day, featuring Meat Street Pies, Duchess Bake Shop and Hansen Distillery!

Reservations required.

It’s Adult Night at the Muttart - take your drinks into the pyramids!

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The Art of the Book

January 24 at 7-10pm
FAB Gallery

A juried exhibition of the book arts, and includes artists’ books, boxes, calligraphy, book conservation/restoration, decorated paper, fine binding, fine printing and papermaking by Canadian and international book artists. Presented by the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild.

The exhibition runs January 22 to February 16, 2019.

It’s free.

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Ice on Whyte

January 24-27 at various times
Whyte Ave + Gateway Blvd

Experience amazing ice carvings, music, art, food, beverages and special activities throughout Old Strathcona.

$7 Adults
$4 Children 2-12 years old (under FREE)
$20 Family Pass (2 adults + 2 children)

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South West Ski Fest

January 26 at 11:30am-3:30pm
Blue Quill Community League

Try out cross country skis and snowshoes courtesy of The River Valley Program Team. If you’ve got your own skis, kick and glide to the festival with friends. Explore more than 10km of SkiLocal trails.

Plus, the participating community leagues will be facing off to see which community in South West Edmonton can cook the best chilli. Enjoy hot cocoa inside the hall or by a warm fire outside.

It’s free.