Edmonton Weekend Guide: September 21-23

Photo: Styled Shoot in Zion National Park. Photographs by Gideon Photography

A beautiful fall weekend ahead. It's a little quiet in Edmonton, but next week your social calendar will explode again (and continue that way until Christmas). Enjoy a simple, peaceful weekend.

Shop: Shades of Grey (the fall collections are beautiful!)
See: Cavalia
Discover:
Engineering Expo at the University of Alberta. (Saturday)
Drive Into Autumn:
Harvest Festival in Spruce Grove. (Saturday)  Fall Festival in Fort Saskatchewan. (Saturday) Fall-O-Ween Harvest at Prairie Gardens. (Saturday and Sunday)

Uninvited Guest
Wedding Crasher Fundraiser

What: Your official invitation to crash a wedding.
Why: Dressed in you finest enjoy a real wedding DJ, food, drinks and dancing all to raise money for Mile Zero Dance.
Where: Riverdale Hall (9231 - 100 Avenue). Tickets are $20.
When: Friday, September 21 at 7pm

Football & Music
Esks & Emerson Drive

What: Country boys Emerson Drive will perform at the half time show when the Eskimos play the BC Lions.
Why: Football, live tunes, beer and hot dogs.
Where: Commonwealth Stadium (90 Street and 110 Avenue
When: Saturday, September 22 at 5:30pm

Alberta Ballet
Great Masterpieces of the 20th Century
What: Alberta Ballet launches its season with ballet choreographed by some of New York’s masterpieces of the modern era.
Why: These ballets continue to receive standing ovations around the globe.
Where: Northern Jubilee Auditorium (11455 87 Avenue)
When: Saturday, September 22 at 7:30pm

Stall Tactics
St. Albert Farmers’ Market
What: The beloved St. Albert farmers’ market.
Why:
Load your shopping bag with wares from our favorite local artisans; this is Western Canada's largest outdoor farmers' market.
Where: St. Anne Street & St. Thomas Street.
When: Saturday, June 22 from 10am to 3pm