Here are my picks for 5 things to do this week:
May 21 at various times
St. Albert FX3 Fitness
Thistle Hill Petting Zoo and FX3 Fitness are partnering to bring you cute and cuddly baby goats this spring for a warm hearted goat yoga experience. Do as little, or as much, yoga as you please during your 45-minute instructor lead yoga class. Following your class enjoy up to 15-minutes of bonus goat cuddling!
No prior yoga experience required, chairs available for anyone not able to lower themselves to a mat, suitable for the young (ages 7+) and the young are heart!
Please bring your own mat.
$30 / person
May 23 at 12-2pm
Join AOW Kasie Campbell for an afternoon adventure using cardboard to create your own original sculpture.
Everyone welcome, no experience necessary.
May 24 at 8pm
Giselle’s songs evoke both the joy of childhood and the bitter sweetness of adulthood. The music is deceptively gentle, supporting Parker’s honest, unforced voice and thoughtful lyrics. The songs are driven by piano and guitar with an emphasis on timeless melodies. Parker’s debut release, Old Flame, creates a strong first impression of a songwriter to watch.
Doors are at 6:30pm with seating on a first-come basis.
$10 at the door.
May 25 at 9:30pm
La Cité Francophone
Bring your friends and family to watch E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, a movie night under the stars in support of Spark! Youth Camp! It’s going to be out of this world!
Seating will be set up on La Cite Francophone’s beautiful outdoor bowl on a first come first serve basis. Please feel free to bring a blanket to view the film from the hill! - come early as these spots go fast.
Suggested $10 donation per person.
Warm drinks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase from Cafe Bicyclette. Purchase of popcorn, fresh baked treats and candy will go directly to supporting Spark! Youth Camp.
May 25 + 26 at 9am-5pm
The Meadows Recreation Centre
Dispose of household items too large for regular collection at no charge.
In 2018, 11,723 customers disposed of 1,262 tonnes of large waste items and 549 tonnes of recyclable items during the series of Big Bin Events.