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Servus Heritage Festival packs park with 85 different cultures

It’s not easy pulling off one of Edmonton’s largest annual festivals. “Our main focus and planning headache is how to fit 60 pavilions into the park,” says Jack Little, executive director of the Servus Heritage Festival. 340 more words

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Cameroon newest country at Edmonton Servus Heritage Festival

Edmonton’s growing Cameroon community is holding its coming out party this weekend as they make their debut at the Servus Heritage Festival starting Saturday. 132 more words


Gallery: Bigger and better for Servus Heritage Festival

The table of food keeps growing every year for the Servus Heritage Festival.

With over 80 cultures represented at 60 pavilions, there are 506 dishes for people to try, which is 50 per cent more food than previous year, according to organizers. 168 more words


Proposed Edmonton Festival barricades not street legal

Proposed road barricades for Edmonton’s festivals that won a design competition last summer hit a brick wall with city officials.

Designer Nadir Bellahmer sponsored the contest last summer through Make Something Edmonton, with several proposed designs making appearances at the Fringe and the 124 Street market for public review. 260 more words


Interstellar Rodeo's new Monday night lineup announced

EDMONTON – After heavy rain and strong winds forced Interstellar Rodeo to cancel Friday night’s performances, festival organizers have released Monday night’s lineup.

Headliner Corb Lund, who was scheduled to perform Friday night, will be returning Monday night as organizers work to build an entirely new lineup. 125 more words


In Tweets: Interstellar Rodeo's opening night festivities postponed due to weather

Those looking to spend a night at Interstellar Rodeo will have to wait until Monday due to poor weather in Edmonton.

Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans were set to perform Friday night, along with others, but will have to wait until Monday. 95 more words


Memorable K-Days tradition continues for children with disabilities

EDMONTON – Hundreds of children had the chance to experience K-Days in a unique way Monday morning.

The K-Days midway was open to 500 children with disabilities and their families for the 37th annual Monday Morning Magic. 233 more words