What To Do In St.Albert This Weekend ( September 30th + October 1st)

St.Alberts Multicultural Event

Celebrate St. Albert’s diversity and culture, and Canada’s beauty. Be entertained with dance and music from world cultures for the whole family!

When: Saturday, September 30th @ 11:00am- 1:oo pm

Where: Lions Park- 21 Sir Winston Churchill Ave

Cost: Free!

St.Alberts Art Fest

StArts Fest is a community celebration of the Arts and Culture in St. Albert. The weekend’s purpose is to encourage the citizens of St Albert (and the region) to discover, experience and celebrate the creative endeavors of local artists and performers during Alberta Culture Days.

When: September 28-October 1st

Where: Varies Locations In St.Albert

Cost: Free but donations being accepted

St.Albert Farmers Market

The St. Albert Farmers’ Market is the largest outdoor market in Western Canada, attracting crowds of 15,000 – 20,000 each Saturday from June to October. The market features over 250 vendors, 5 special event days, and a variety of top market-quality products that follow our “make it, bake it, grow it” regulations.The Market is open every Saturday, rain or shine, 10am – 3pm.

When: Saturday, September 16th 10am-3pm

Where: Perron Street

St.Albert Public Library

The St.Albert Public Library offers many different activities for the whole family, find out what is happening here.

When: Ongoing

Where: 5 St Anne Street

Cost: Free

Cineplex Family Favourites

Did you know that every Saturday there is a “Family Favorites” movie showing at various Cineplex Theatres; this week features: The Boss Baby

When:  September 30th @ 11 am

Where: Cineplex Odeon North Edmonton Cinemas

Cost: $2.99

Big Events In Edmonton


Deadmonton House is Edmonton’s premier haunted house and it is back for 2017! The haunted house is recommended for ages 12+ but all ages are welcome to go through the haunted house.

When: September 29th-November 5th

Where: 10233 Jasper Ave

Cost: $24 for regular admission and $40 for a speed pass

Harlem Globetrotters

The Harlem Globetrotters are a worldwide icon, synonymous with family entertainment and great basketball skills. The Globetrotters represent nine decades of breaking down barriers, acts of goodwill and a commitment to fans that goes beyond the game.

When: Saturday, September 30th @ 2 pm

Where: Edmonton Expo Centre

Cost: $13-$79+


*feature photo courtesy of Shutterstock*

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