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Al Fresco 2012

Al Fresco 2012

A friendly reminder that Saturday, June 9th, 2012 is the date of the Al Fresco Annual Block Party and Fundraiser! Mark your calendars and save the date for an action packed day of fun and excitement in the downtown core! So many people from the community and the Al Fresco committee are feverishly working on event programming Read More

Call to Artists for illumiNITE

Call to Artists for illumiNITE

illumiNITE returns and invites you to join the COMPETITION FOR LIGHT SCULPTURES AND INSTALLATIONS! Open to artists, designers, corporate partners and all those creatively inspired, we challenge you to awaken, animate and inspire one of downtown Edmonton’s feature parks. From thursday, jan 29 to saturday, jan 31, competition pieces will transform Beaver Hills Park and the Read More

Customer Appreciation Day

Customer Appreciation Day

  104th Street Promenade's Customer Appreciation Day is on December 18th, 2014 Save the date! Twenty (20) businesses on 4th are coming together to say a collective “THANK YOU!” for your support throughout the year. Please come visit us and enjoy the many special offers and activities provided by the following merchants and restaurants for your holiday festive season Read More

Making it on 4th Street

Making it on 4th Street

From left, Cristo Crudo, Nick Crudo and father Guiseppe Crudo are excited about opening their new restaurant on 104th Street. Photograph by: Greg Southam , Edmonton Journal In 2011, when Nick and Cristo Crudo opened a charming, tiny Italian café in a faded strip mall near Alberta Avenue, it was for family. Their mother had died, and Read More

The Helm – One of Canada’s Top Clothing Shops

The Helm – One of Canada’s Top Clothing Shops

The interior of this full-service menswear boutique is open-concept for two reasons: to highlight the distressed 1912 brick of the converted warehouse, and to let you visualize your year's wardrobe at one glance – from summery AMI woven-cotton Henleys showcased in the front to cozy cashmere-and-silk-blend Corneliani swatches in the back. Somewhere in between, you'll Read More

Cash Mob x The Local Good: Cash Mob Does 104 Street

Cash Mob x The Local Good: Cash Mob Does 104 Street

Mobbers! It's been a long time coming, but we're excited to announce we're back with a new event and a new chance to support one of Edmonton's locally owned businesses. We've partnered with the folks at The Local Good to make this one bigger and better than ever. What is a Cash Mob? It's a way to support Read More

Arena District Impact on 104th Street

Arena District Impact on 104th Street

Monday Sept 29th, 2014

7pm-9pm

Coast Plaza Hotel Edmonton (10155-105 Street)

With all the excitmement with development occiring downtown, have you wondered how the development of hte Edmonton Arena District will impact residents and businesses on 104th Street?  Here's your chance to find out!

On September 29th, the 104th

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FREE Concert and Block Party!

FREE Concert and Block Party!

Friday, September 26th 5-10 p.m. 104th Street & Jasper Avenue Alberta Culture Days is just around the corner so make sure to mark your calendars! This annual, three-day celebration of local art, heritage and multiculturalism, which runs September 26-28, is chalk-full of fun and exciting things to do and see. And it all kicks off with a free Read More

Alberta Culture Days

Alberta Culture Days

Alberta Culture Days occurs September 26-28. Alberta Culture Days began in 2008 as Alberta Arts Day, a one-day event to recognize the value of Alberta's arts and cultural communities. There were 100 events held in 30 communities across the province, and a flagship celebration at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary. Since then, it has Read More

Beaver Hills Building – 2015

Beaver Hills Building – 2015

VIA: Dub Architects The intent of this renovation/addition project is to restore the restaurant usage, introduce a visual identity to the building, and to better engage the Jasper Avenue streetfront and adjacent Beaver Hills House Park. The basic premise of the design is to connect the building to the park in a more prominent and substantial way. Read More