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Al Fresco a Smashing Success

Al Fresco a Smashing Success

Despite the rain and wind which arrived at 8 PM, Al Fresco had just enough good weather to make it another success. With the hard work put in by a small army of volunteers, our community came together to reach its fundraising goal of $15,000. The funds were donated to the Zebra Child Protection Centre on behalf of the 104th-Street community. Well done everyone! We would like to acknowledge the people Read More

Kicking off Culture Days

Kicking off Culture Days

Alberta Culture Days 2012 is kicking off this year’s celebration in the heart of downtown Edmonton! On September 28th, 104th Street will shut down between Jasper and 102nd Avenue to jumpstart the three-day, province wide celebration of Alberta’s arts and culture. From 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. 104th Street will be alive with free family-friendly activities including live music from special guests DJ Beat Burglar, Politic Live, Mad Bomber Society and Shout Read More

Street Closure

Dear 104 Street Residents:   The Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Culture, it partnership with the 104 Street Business Association, will be using 104 street (similar to Al Fresco) as a venue for an Alberta Culture Days 2012 kick-off event. The event will occur on Friday, September 28, 2012 from approximately 4:30 to 9:30pm, with street closure starting at approximately 7:30am.   I encourage you to come down and experience some of the great programming Read More

Best Bang for Your Buck

Best Bang for Your Buck

A Fundraiser for YWCA's Walk A Mile in Her Shoes Each December, deVine Wines holds two sold out wine tasting events featuring some of the best value driven wines the team has recently discovered. We will be hosting a special session of Best Bang for the Buck tasting on Thursday, September 6th, in support of the YWCA’s Walk A Mile in Her Shoes Campaign. All gross proceeds will be donated Read More

Aytahn Ross of Circus Montreal Comes to Edmonton

Aytahn Ross of Circus Montreal Comes to Edmonton

What started out as a hobby for Aytahn Ross has become his livelihood. As a child, Aytahn loved to play with toys, juggle and balance objects, and create unusual hat tricks. Having fun and helping others have fun is what he loves to do most. Aytahn grew up in Winnipeg and later moved to Montreal where the arts and performing are a big part of life. He found a supportive audience Read More

Two Zebra Events This Week

Two Zebra Events This Week

There are two exciting fundraising tastings this week in support of the Zebra Child Protection Centre Yellowhead Al Fresco Fundraiser The first is on Wednesday, May 23 at the Yellowhead Brewery – 10229 105 Street. The doors open at 6pm and the music performances by Julia Adams, Erica Viegas and aroot’s bazaar begin at 7:30pm. You can purchase your tickets for $10 at deVine’s (cash only please) or at the Yellowhead Read More

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 to bring you a fabulous day that includes: The Downtown Edmonton Community League Pancake Breakfast running Read More

DECL Annual General Meeting

DECL Annual General Meeting

Join us at Yellowhead Brewery, in the historic Shaw Building, for the DECL (Downtown Edmonton Community League) Annual General Meeting 2012: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 Registration 6:30 p.m., Meeting 7:00 p.m. 10229 105 Street NW Facebook event page Special guest speaker this year will be Rick Daviss, Executive Director of the Downtown Arena Project. He will be giving us an update on the status of the project and design of the arena and district. A Special Read More

Jane’s Walks Show & Tell

Jane’s Walks Show & Tell

Writer Jodie McKague used to work from a 104th street studio inside the Great Western Saddlery Building, a converted warehouse with a horseshoe logo tanned into its bricks from its former life as a leather store. She still savours its history and that of the surrounding warehouse district: Birks & Sons jewellery building, Phillips Lofts and others built during Edmonton’s first economic boom, before the Great War gave the city Read More

Edmonton Gay Pride 2012

Edmonton Gay Pride 2012

The capital of Alberta and the province's second-largest city, Edmonton has earned the nickname "Festival City" for its many annual events. It's only fitting that this city of about 750,000 has a sizable Gay Pride Week (said to be the fourth largest in Canada), which comprises a number of engaging events in the middle of the month of June. This year, Edmonton Gay Pride takes place from Friday, June 8, Read More

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