5 Things To Do This Week > May 27-June 3, 2019

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

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Baseline Farmers Market Opening Day

May 29 at 4-8pm
390 Baseline Road

Bring home tasty fruits and veggies, meats, preserves, baking and much more. Admire the beautifully crafted handmade products from jewelry, woodwork, art, clothing, textiles and beyond.

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DATE NIGHT on the Edmonton Riverboat

May 30 at 7pm
Rafters Landing

You and your special someone can enjoy a bottle of wine and an amazing selection of charcuterie! New for this year is the option of a fruit platter instead of a charcuterie board.

Boarding runs from 7-8pm. The boat sets sail at 8pm to catch the sunset behind the High Level Bridge. The cruise lasts 60-90 minutes.

18+

The cost:
$84.95 for 1 couple (2 Adults, including 1 bottle of wine or 1 charcuterie board or 1 fruit board)
$107.95 for 1 couple (2 Adults, including 1 bottle of wine plus a charcuterie or fruit board)

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Edmonton International Cat Festival

June 1 at 10am-5pm
MacEwan University - Robbins Health Learning Centre

Come celebrate cats, cat culture and cat people, while raising money to support local cat rescues.

It costs $15. Free admission for children 12 and under.

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Bikes, Beer & Ball

June 2 at 10am
Mercer Tavern

Meet at Mercer Tavern pre-game for some brunch and beers before the biking down to ReMax Field to watch the Prospects game.

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Downtown Sustainability Stroll

June 3 at 12-1pm
City Hall

A tour highlighting the innovative ways the City of Edmonton and Edmonton businesses have reduced their impact on the environment by outlining the many initiatives that are happening right within the heart of our city.

Be prepared for the weather and a walk of two kilometers which will take you from City Hall to the Edmonton Convention Centre and back to Churchill Square.

A city staff member will be at the base of the stairs to the Councillors’ Chambers in City Hall (under the glass pyramid) to begin the stroll and it will end at Churchill Square.

It’s free.