Dominion Day Celebration (July 1st at Fort Edmonton Park) – Enjoy music, games, a parade, free cake (while supplies last) and more fun!
Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo (July 1st from 11am-4pm) – There are so many fun activities you are not going to want to miss! Make sure you check the full listing for time-specific activities. Festivities include: a Preschool Pitstop (stories, puppets, songs etc. for preschoolers), Adventure Bus, scavenger hunts, crafts, Lucy-the-elephant’s birthday celebrations and even more activities!
Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory (July 1st from noon-4pm) – Celebrate Canada Day at the Muttart by taking part in Canada Day crafts, a scavenger hunt, face painting, cake & more!
Canada Day at Your AGA (July 1st from 11am-5pm) – Enjoy free admission to the Art Gallery of Alberta all day on Canada Day!
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature (July 1st) – Take part in this annual event featuring free family entertainment, live music and activities for children.
Canada Day at City Hall (July 1st) – Enjoy a variety a free family activities located at City Hall including: balloon fairies, stilt walkers, face painters, Spider-Man, kids crafts and more.
Canada Day at Northlands (July 1st from noon-4pm) – Grab your free hotdogs, pop & cake and enjoy a variety of live entertainment and family-friendly activities.
Silly Summer Parade and Picnic in the Park (July 1st on Whyte Ave) – After enjoying the Silly Summer Parade, take part in carnival games, horse & wagon rides, a baking contest, children’s activities and taste lots of treats!
Canada Day Weekend Kids Fest (June 30th – July 2nd at Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm) – Included in the price of admission, participate in straw bale mazes, hula hoop contests, crafts, puppet shows & more.
Canada Day (July 1st at Devonian Botanic Garden) – Free with admission, enjoy activities and crafts for children, live music, birthday cake and more activities.
Canada Day in St. Albert (July 1st in Lions Park) – Enjoy a variety of activities including horse & wagon rides, live entertainment and end the day with fireworks starting at 11pm.
Canada Day in Spruce Grove (July 1st in Jubilee Park) – Celebrate Canada Day in Spruce Grove by taking in the street performers, live musicians, browse the vendors and let your kids enjoy the RE/MAX KidZone featuring bouncers and other activities.
Canada Day in Leduc (July 1st in various locations) – For those in Leduc, enjoy a Canada Day parade, pancake breakfast, free children’s activities, an outdoor movie & concert, fireworks and more!
Canada Day Festival in Strathcona County (July 1st in Broadmoor Lake Park) – So many family-friendly activities such as the Mammoet’s Building Blocks of PlayDay which has different supervised play zones for kids, indoor skating, kid chuckwagon races, petting zoo, pony rides and so much more.
Canada Day in Fort Saskatchewan (July 1st in/around Legacy Park) – Start the day with a pancake breakfast and end it with fireworks. In between those times, visit the Kids Corner with inflatables, a petting zoo, face painting and other fun activities for children.
Canada Day Fireworks Finale (July 1st at 11pm in Edmonton’s River Valley) – Pull up a lawn chair or picnic blanket and enjoy the fabulous fireworks display!
The Works Art & Design Festival (June 21st to July 3rd in Downtown Edmonton) - Be sure to visit this festival celebrating art and design and showcasing artists from all over the world.
Edmonton International Jazz Festival (June 22nd – July 1st in various locations) - Enjoy this festival celebrating jazz artists from all over the world including the Edmonton Jazz Orchestra.
Freewill Shakespeare Festival (June 26th – July 22nd in Hawrelak Park) - Enjoy many of Shakespeare’s most popular works under the Heritage Amphitheatre tent.