Edmonton Weekend Guide :: January 23-26


Above: A rendering of the future Royal Alberta Museum's downtown location. Learn more and party in the current location on Friday night at Museum After Dark. Image via their website.


This weekend, we can get some inspiration from Ice On Whyte before chipping away at our icy sidewalks!

Cheers: Celebrate Robbie Burns Day with a scotch.

If ice carvings aren't your thing, Ice On Whyte promises to be much more for you. From January 24 to February 2 at End of Steel Park, you can slide, run, skate, eat, watch an artist at work, take a class, make a craft, listen to music, dance, sing karaoke and more. Check the schedule and learn more here.

On Saturday, see some different ice talent as the Oilers show off for their Skills Competition. Bring the whole family (general seating in Rexall!) and enjoy all the icy tricks. Tickets here.

Snow Valley is having a Hawaiian Weekend! Dress in your finest luau gear for a chance to win prizes and an imaginary escape from winter. Find out more then start planning your outfit.

The 2014 Canoe Theatre Festival has over 40 performances of contemporary independent theatre. For the next two weeks, catch a show at Metro Cinema in Garneau Theatre and other locations around the city. Check the schedule and buy tickets here.

On Thursday night, mingle with Edmonton talent at The Culture Collective II. It's another exciting evening of music, dance, film and live performances at Garneau Theatre.