Come join us for free marshmallow roasting and hot chocolate for the kids, a children's magician, the world's tallest elf, Christmas carolling, pick out your fresh Christmas tree and much much more!
Come join us at the Enjoy Centre the evening of December 7th for a relaxed VIP shopping event away from all the hub-bub. We'll have delicious bites for you to try, exclusive discounts, and more!
Edmonton's #1 multi-company Christmas party! Your ticket includes: 2 complimentary drinks; deluxe all-you-can-eat buffet; Live Entertainment; FREE photobooth; complimentary safe ride home; door prizes; and all gratuities.
For 4 days only, the Enjoy Centre will be transformed into a home to over 110 of Canada's most talented artists, artisans, and designers. Pick from the very best in locally handmade goods, and find the perfect gift for everybody on your list!
Come down to the Enjoy Centre this Saturday, November 4th for our annual customer apprieciation day. We'll have: free food and drink samples, free indoor gardening talks, free floral demonstratons, free cooking demonstrations, free wine tastings, prizes..
The Enjoy Centre will serve as a polling station for the Heritage Lakes subdivision during the City of St Albert municipal election on October 16th.
Local Love is a modern, wedding-themed pop-up that is an alternative to traditional bridal fairs. We choose to showcase unique vendors that don't necessarily fit the larger themed events, as well as brand new companies or the overlooked hidden gems.
Do you like to grow tomatoes, preserve tomatoes, cook with tomatoes, eat tomatoes, outgrow your neighbours' tomatoes with the biggest one ever, paint tomato themed art, and hum lyrics about the wonderful tomato? Then this event is really for you.
Dig-In, St. Albert's Horticulinary Festival, is an exciting weekend of culinary adventure and gardening that will excite you with the possibilities and benefits of eating locally-grown food.
The hottest fall event now has a springtime counterpart!
Indie Handmade Spring makes it debut as the hottest new shopping event where Canada's greatest handmade talents gather to bring you an unforgettable experience. Mix & mingle with over 100 vendor
Spring has sprung and the Orchid Society of Alberta is proud to announce their 40th Annual Orchid Fair in the Moonflower Room at the Hole's Greenhouses in St. Albert (101 Riel Drive), April 7 9, 2017.
Bringing together the best of Holistic, Natural Living, New Thought, Spirituality, Ancient Wisdom and much more. 120 exhibitors, 45 speakers, 4 premium workshops. Join us this weekend!
Indie Handmade is St. Albert’s newest holiday shopping event, bringing together the very best that the Canadian Handmade community has to offer to shoppers looking for the perfect gift.
The Body, Soul, and Spirit Expo brings together the best of health, well-being, ancient wisdom, complementary medicine, holistic therapies, spirituality, new consciousness and more.
Shop for one-of-a-kind handmade items from over 140 of Canada s brightest artisans & designers!
Friday April 8th 10-am-9pm Saturday April 9th 10am-6pm Sunday April 10th 11am-5pm At the Enjoy Centre.
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Indie Handmade is St. Albert s newest holiday shopping event, bringing together the very best that the Canadian Handmade community has to offer to shoppers looking for the perfect gift.
The Shine Lifestyle & Yoga Festival is happening again at the Enjoy Centre! We are excited to bring you a weekend full of inspiration.
Connect with community leaders in health & wellness as you explore a variety of workshops, classes and talks offered
Next up, we ll be hosting Amplify!
A festival for for youth featuring music, art, improv, dance, slam poetry, poi, and much much more. This fun filled weekend is full of amazing workshops and top-caliber concerts.
Through a series of demonstrations and hands-on workshops, participants will learn how to grow food in an urban setting and to prepare and preserve their own produce. Additionally, those who take part will discover the delicious joy of food they ve grown