Notes From The North Edge

News and updates about events in The North Edge.


Cosafina: Craft, Tradition, & A Personal TouchSunday, October 5, 2014
Seven years ago, Maria Brosch opened Cosafina – Italian for ‘fine things’ – in the heart of The North Edge at 10508-109 st, focusing on showcasing work from small, legacy manufacturers who specialize in handmade furnishings.
It's Your Photo: Vivid Visual StorytellingSunday, September 28, 2014
“To be a photographer,” reflects Jacob Bos, “you have to be able to tell a story. There’s very little difference,between writing an article or taking the proper picture."
Ethan Allen: Handmade Furniture, Heartfelt DesignSaturday, September 6, 2014
In an era when so much of what we buy is mass-produced in factories far overseas, Ethan Allen goes against the grain, remaining firmly committed to their North American roots and a tradition of quality home furnishings made by hand.
ROI of Social MediaMonday, September 8, 2014
Thursday Nights On The Edge - 2014Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Thursday Nights On The Edge are back with more fun family-friendly activities in the heart of central Edmonton!
Embracing The Edge: North Edge Dental Believes In Community Monday, June 2, 2014
When Dr. Alia Rijeb arrived in Canada in 2001, she faced a daunting challenge. Despite her certification and over a decade of experience as a dentist in her home country of Iraq, she was unable to practice in Canada...
Caffeine, Chromatics, and Creative Cacophony: A Weekend in the North EdgeFriday, May 2, 2014
This weekend dc3 Art Projects offers a new art show and a celebration of sound while Iconoclast Koffeehuise celebrates their grand opening.
City of Edmonton Holds Open House on Rezoning & Redevelopment in the North EdgeTuesday, April 8, 2014
On April 9, the City of Edmonton will hold an open house regarding proposed rezoning and redevelopment in Queen Mary Park, Central McDougall, & the North Edge Business Zone.
Kitfo and Kinfolk - Harambee Cafe Serves Up Community and CuisineMonday, March 24, 2014
Andy Wodigridis believes in his community. Arriving in Edmonton from Eritrea in 1986, he settled in central Edmonton, making it his home for 28 years. Now, in his retirement, Andy is hoping to give something back with his new business, Harambee Cafe.
dc3 Art Projects Brings Canadian Contemporary Artists To The WorldTuesday, February 11, 2014
In only 18 months, David Candler's dc3 Art Projects has established itself as a locally, nationally, and internationally acclaimed exhibitor of and advocate for contemporary Canadian art.
Singer Sinder Sparks Films Music Video At The Mercury RoomTuesday, February 4, 2014
On January 18 and 19, The Mercury Room at the Blue Skys Arts Lofts was transformed into a hip and happening juke joint as Edmonton blues and rockabilly singer Sinder Sparks filmed a music video for her song, "A Good Man."
City of Edmonton Seeking Public Feedback on 105 Ave Streetscape DesignsTuesday, January 14, 2014
On Tues, January 22nd the City of Edmonton will hold a public meeting to reveal and seek feedback on its project design plans for the 105 Ave Streetscape project.
Thursday Nights on the Edge: It's Snow Fun!Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Thursday, Jan 16, from 7-9 p.m., join us for free sleigh rides, hot chocolate and games at McDougall and Queen Mary Parks.
Winter Fun On The EdgeMonday, December 9, 2013
This week offers some opportunities for winter fun in The North Edge with Urban Caching in the Snow, Queen Mary Park's Winterfest, the Urban Marketplace, and an afternoon of music in support of the Edmonton Food Bank.
Local Couple Launches Family-Friendly Venue: The Mercury RoomSunday, November 24, 2013
Since the demise of the legendary Sidetrack Cafe, Edmonton music fans have bemoaned the lack of family-friendly live music venues. On September 3 of this year, Jimmy Whiffen and Diana Lavallee did something about it.
The Way We Move: 105 Ave Corridor StreetscapeThursday, November 14, 2013
On Nov. 27, from 5-8 p.m., the City of Edmonton will host an open house to discuss their plans to transform 105 ave between 109 st and 119 st into a vibrant, urban corridor.
La Oliva: Gluten-Free Kitchen Celebrates Grand OpeningSaturday, November 9, 2013
This Saturday, November 16, Alisha Duret will be celebrating the grand opening of her new business, La Oliva: Gluten-Free Kitchen with kitchen tours and free samples of quality gluten-free cuisine.
Grant MacEwan University Presents An Afternoon With Sculptor David MachMonday, November 4, 2013
Friday, Nov. 8, from 2:30-4:30 p.m., Grant MacEwan University's Fine Arts department is hosting an afternoon with acclaimed Scottish sculptor David Mach.
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