This beautiful summer is unfortunately coming to an end! Sigh! Kids will be going back to school soon and that always welcome winter friend is ready for their chilly annual visit…. But before the leaves turn yellow and start falling, enjoy the last Summer long weekend outdoors with your family. Keep reading to find out what you can do with your friends and family this Labour Day weekend in Edmonton.
Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
If you like classical music and enjoy Hollywood hits then don’t miss out on the Symphony Under the Sky Festival this long weekend. It runs from Friday, August 31st to Monday September 3rd at the Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park. Send summer away in the beauty of the outdoors and listen to some classical music.
September long weekend also means that the harvest season for some fruits is coming to an end. Join other Edmontonians at the Harvest Fair in Spruce Grove. This is sure to be a great time to spend with your friends and family. But if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, you can still enjoy eating pie, dancing along to some great tunes and playing some old fashioned farm games.
Le Burger Week Edmonton
From September 1st to September 7th, Edmonton will be hosting Le Burger Week Edmonton. This is definitely the place to be for all you burger aficionados of Edmonton. Come and enjoy tasty burgers from different restaurants and vote online for your favourite one!
Sweet Corn Festival at Prairie Gardens
We know you love corn and the Sweet Corn Festival is where you’ll be able to eat all the corn you want. Come prepared for corn eating contests, corn maze games, train rides, music and more.
Outdoor Vintage Market
If you love vintage items then the Outdoor Vintage Market is the place for you to be this weekend. Ibon Antiques will be hosting a vintage market right outside their store in Old Strathcona. Find ye some treasure this long weekend!!
Snapshot of Canada
Explore Canada through the Snapshot of Canada picture exhibition. Join other fellow Canadians at the Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre to explore images from throughout the unforgettable history of our land. Don’t miss out, this is where art and history meet!