Edmonton Weekend Guide :: May 23-26

This weekend, add to the fun instagram hashtag #popsicleproject - started by Edmonton's Carmyn Joy

This weekend, add to the fun instagram hashtag #popsicleproject - started by Edmonton's Carmyn Joy

Must See: Body Worlds returns (with a different exhibit) to Telus World of Science
: Mercer Collective - A Maker's Market
Eat: Check out the new Food Trucks we have in town
Donate: Light The Bridge

The 124 Grand Market kicks off its season on Thursday night. From 4-8pm you can peruse over 35 local food, craft, and artisan vendors along 108 Avenue and 124 Street.  Grab a bite from the food trucks on site and take in some live music!  

Calling all brides-to-be! On Thursday night, enjoy the romantic ambience of Rutherford House while you browse displays of vintage wedding gowns. A local wedding dress designer will guide you through the progression of wedding gowns from Edwardian times to present day. Tickets to Bridal Tea & Vintage Wedding Gowns can be purchased here ($20).

The Rainmaker Rodeo kicks off midway season with semi-professional rodeo and a mini music festival in St. Albert's Kinsmen Fairgrounds. For a schedule of events and all the info you'll need, check out their website.

Get in on Saturday's City Chase action! It's an urban adventure where 2-person teams search the city for ChasePoints scattered in unknown locations throughout Edmonton. To take home the title, you’ll compete in a variety of physical, intellectual, adventurous and humorous challenges. Register your team and find out more here.

Dasee Floral Boutique's Curated Garden is hosting Cocktails & Fashion on Saturday night. Local fashion designer, Kelsey McIntyre, will be showing off her collection accompanied by garden cocktails in a gorgeous space. For tickets ($25), visit here.

On Sunday night, be a part of Berkshire and Beer in support of Slow Food Edmonton and 1000 Gardens in Africa. It's a nose-to-tail (Berkshire) dinner and local beers, with a series of pecha kucha style talks. Held at Yellowhead Brewery. Get your tickets ($60) here.