— Around the Core —

Four Central Edmonton Events That Put Community First

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SEPT. 10
Welcome Back BBQ
Join All Saints’ Cathedral and the DECL in welcoming back the community from summer. All are welcome to this free barbecue with activities, entertainment and good company. (12:30–3pm, All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral, 10035 103 St., allsaintscathedral.com)

NOV. 26
Rummage Sale
Pop in to Memorial Hall and find everything you never knew you needed at this annual rummage sale. Browse the treasures and the bargains and find jewellery, linens, housewares, appliances, home decor, art, gardening items, electronics, toys, sporting goods, hardware, games, craft supplies … The discoveries are endless! (9am–3pm, Robertson-Wesley United Church, 10209 123 St., rwuc.org)

SEPT. 7, OCT. 5, NOV. 2
Green Drinks
Presented by the Local Good, these are monthly themed events for environmental and social do-gooders to enjoy a relaxed evening of networking and conversation over pints of craft beer brewed in the same room. Come help our community discover more ways to be sustainable and green.
 (7–10pm, Yellowhead Brewery, 10229 105 St., thelocalgood.ca)

SEPT. 29
The Yards Magazine Presents: The Great Arena District Debate
Don’t miss this showdown between a prominent supporter (DECL development chair Ian O’Donnell) and opposer (Professor Jay Scherer) of the billion-dollar Ice District, as they debate on whether or not it will improve downtowners’ quality of life. The debate is moderated by editor Omar Mouallem. (6pm, EPCOR Tower, 16th Fl., 10423 101 St., picatic.com/fallyards)


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