Ice on Whyte Festival
Where: Old Strathcona, End of Steel Park located at Gateway Blvd (103 Street) and Tommy Banks Way, Edmonton, Alberta
When: February 2-5, 2017.
Why: Every year, the Ice on Whyte Festival grabs Canadian winter by the snowballs and carves it into a wicked combo of ice and art. Just imagine, 155,000 pounds of ice is dumped just to prep for this week long party – on purpose! So, get your toque on and come down to the International Ice Carving Competition, ride a gigantic ice slide, or learn to carve ice just like a pro. One of the hottest shows is on the last night, where you’ll see fire melt an ice sculpture right back into H20. You’ll be right in your element. Get it?
Where: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
When: Saturday February 4: 8:00PM; Tuesday February 7: 7:30PM; Thursday February 9: 7:30PM
Cost: $40, Children $20
Lunar New Year/Chinese New Year
Where: Londonderry Mall
When: Saturday February 4th (10AM-4PM)
Why: Celebrate and welcome in the year of the Rooster! Opening Ceremony starts at 11:30AM with Lion Dancing Performances, Martial Arts Demonstration, Traditional Chinese Dancing mixed with Hip Hop Ballet and more.
Chinese New Year at Muttart Conservatory:
Where: Muttart Conservatory
When: Saturday, February 4 from 4pm to 8pm
Why: What better way to celebrate the Year of the Rooster than with fireworks! Take in
the sights of our annual feature Zodiac show while enjoying our warm hospitality.
Try your hand at planting and taking part in some amazing activities!
Cost: Regular admission
Servus Free Ski Friday
Where: Edmonton Ski Club
When: February 3 from 5pm to 9pm
Why: Servus is proud to partner with the Edmonton Ski Club and Winter City Edmonton to help more Albertans enjoy Edmonton outdoor activities. Enjoy free skiing the first Friday of every month this season at the Edmonton Ski Club, courtesy of Servus!
Sip and Slide Sundays
Where: Jackie Parker, Sundle (ACT hill), and Gallagher Parks
When: Every Sunday in February from 1pm to 5pm
Why: Grab your toboggan, head to the hills, and sip a free hot chocolate courtesy of City of Edmonton
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