Night Out on the North Saskatchewan

September 22, 2018 (All day)

Edmonton's beautiful North Saskatchewan River Valley is the longest contiguous urban green space in North America! Celebrate the Wonder and the History hidden in our Edmonton gem!

  • 6:00 pm: Begin your evening on the river bank with a mixer viewing various displays while sipping local craft beer.
  • 7:00 pm: Enjoy "Skipping Stones", sparky speakers sharing various river valley highlights including Indigenous River Valley History, medicinal herbs and plants, birds, coyotes, dinosaurs, land use history and future conservation plans. The speakers/topics are:
    • Lu Carbyn – Birds in the valley
    • Colleen Cassady St. Clair – Coyotes in the river valley
    • Miranda Jimmy – Indigenous river valley history
    • Billie Milholland – History of land use in the river valley
    • Scott Persons – The mystery of Edmonton’s dinosaur graveyard
    • Robert Rogers – Medicinal plants and fungi of the river valley
    • Pamela Wight – Next potential Edmonton and Area Land Trust conservation site along the river
  • 8:30 pm Evening Finale: Multi Media "On the River" Concert, Featuring Maria Dunn & Asani

Saskatoon Pie and Ice Cream for a toonie/slice.

Cash Bar.

Location

Beverly Heights Community Hall
4209 111 Avenue NW
T5W 0K3 Edmonton , AB