The next Watershed Ambassador Breakfast gives a new perspective on an old idea for watershed management practices. Have a hot breakfast as the fall colours turn and get introduced to "permaculture" - the practice of designing sustainable human habitats by following Nature's patterns! Read more »
Hailed as one of the city’s “leading roots country acts”, Magnolia Buckskin brings you bohemian cowgirl, gospel touched folk roots music with sweet harmonies. Kathy Cook, Natasha Platt, Emily Triggs and Corry Ulan take turns singing the lead on their original tunes. They juggle between instruments: mandolin, banjo, guitar, accordion, bass and percussion. The sound is a collection of their influences: a little bit of country and a hint of West Virginia drawl, the bluegrass sweet spot, the folk connection, and a heart for gospel. Read more »
The 24th annual Wild West Gala is a celebration of Alberta’s Wild spaces and Wildlife. It is a tradition of friends, colleagues, members and supporters enjoying a great meal and an evening filled with entertainment, conversation, auctions and plain good fun.
Entertainment will be traditional 21st century western Canadian folk, world and Canadian music (Alberta style), provided by Matt Masters. Read more »
Get ready for a 'dam' good breakfast including the recognition of the September round of Watershed Ambassador awards!
Presenters: Rick Friedl, Central North regional manager for all water infrastructure projects owned and operated by the province and Carlin Soehn, Operations Manager for the Central North region. Read more »
Join the Red Deer River Watershed Alliance for the August Watershed Ambassador breakfast, help congratulate the next round of award winners, and experience a new way of relating to water, the substance of life!
Presenter: Josephine Buffalo of Samson Cree Nation
Synopsis: Josephine Buffalo will present on Indigenous perspectives on water. This is a unique breakfast where we will hear how cultural values shape the decisions made about water. It will be an opportunity to see water with new eyes. Read more »
Hot times in the city and everything's about to grow crazy! Join us for the July Watershed Ambassador breakfast, help congratulate the next round of award winners, and chill out with a cool presentation on Sylvan Lake's "Take It Off" program...!
Please register on or before Wednesday, July 18, 2012.Read more »
AWA invites all Edmonton members, prospective members, friends and supporters to join us at the Muttart Conservatory to mark the summer solstice. There will be entertainment, education, good friends, great food and more!
We look forward to seeing you at this great night out.
The Solstice Swing will feature entertainment from guitarist Jordan Kaminski, a buffet with a cash bar, and a limited silent auction. Read more »
June in Bike Month in Edmonton. Visit the fine folks over at Bikeology for more information including a calendar chock full of events throughout the month. Or follow them on Twitter @bikeology for the latest updates.
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