Canada’s longest running documentary film festival, Northwestfest (May 2-12), brings you the best non-fiction, music and documentary films. With more than 30 feature films, and 20 short films, which ones will you see?
Pass the borshcht (beet soup), Kovbasa (sausage) and Pyrohy (perogies) because UFest, Edmonton's Ukrainian Festival, is coming to town (May 24-25)! This two-day event brings people together to celebrate Ukrainian art, cuisine, and entertainment.
Yuk it up at the Grindstone Comedy Festival (May 8-12). This brand new festival brings you stand-up, sketch and improv comedy and will showcase both national performers and rising local talent together under Edmonton’s spotlight.
Still looking for more? Reconnect with your inner child for a five day immersion into music, magic, theatre, circus, puppetry and just plain fun during the International Children's Festival of the Arts (May 28-June 2).