Things To Do In November

Pull out the puffy coat and toss on your toque because old man winter is on his way to Edmonton. While the temperatures will surely drop, the fun in Edmonton absolutely doesn’t stop. On November 11, remember to take time to reflect on the sacrifices those who served our country made in times of war and peace. Formal Remembrance Day Ceremonies will be taking place at Edmonton City Hall and at the University of Alberta Butter Dome.

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The Biggest (Football) Party of the Year

The 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw is in Edmonton November 25, with Alessia Cara headlining the halftime show. The Edmonton Eskimos are hosting the Grey Cup in a year that will mark the 40th anniversary of Commonwealth Stadium and the 70th anniversary of the Eskimos. The game will be preceded by the Grey Cup Festival, a week of activities for fans of all ages, parties, and world-class entertainment. Huddle up, it's going to be one for the history books.

Worship at the church of McJesus

Edmontonians live for a good ol' hockey game. Don’t miss your chance to see hockey legends take the ice as the Oilers battle it out with some of the NHL's best this month. And if you want a sneak peek at the future of hockey, catch the Oil Kings as they take on their WHL rivals at Roger's Place.

Kick off the Holiday Season

Cue the Lights

Yuk It Up

Magical Memories Await

Big thrills at West Edmonton Mall