(Some) Free things to do in Edmonton this weekend posted below. Will you go? Save some money and take advantage of the free things to do in and around the city. Summer is almost here so every little savings can be put towards a family camping trip! I’m in!

 

First 2000 days Festival – May 6th

“Join us for this family fair celebrating the important first 2000 days of every child’s life! There will be activities and free fun for the family, door prizes, information displays and experts on hand to answer your questions regarding a variety of topics, including brain development, nutrition, literacy and play. For children ages birth to five years, with their families.”

 

Free Comic Book Day – May 6th

“Free Comic Book Day is being hosted here at the library! Everyone will receive a free comic book and there will be other activities also this day! More information will be released closer to the date!”

 

Mothers Day Market – May 6th

“Join us for our annual Mother’s Day Market! Over 60 local artisans with handmade goods and goodies! Free admission, free parking, door prizes and more!”

 

Hopewell House Party – May 6th

“Bring the whole family for a food truck, free entertainment, prizes and giveaways – PLUS, check out our 5 showhomes and take advantage our biggest promo of the year!”

 

Jane’s Walk: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Whyte Avenue – May 6th

“Touring Whyte Avenue we will collectively explore how heritage and culture inform how we experience both tangible and intangible elements of its heritage. We will consider the Avenue as a home for a diverse range of communities and place narratives. And, we will learn about current development in the area and consider how heritage and culture might support successful place-making and communities into the future.

This tour is being led by researchers at the University of Alberta’s City-Region Studies Centre.”

 

Mind Body Movement Workshop with the River Valley Free School – May 6th

“I will be teaching different concepts for you to explore and play with: animal movements, rolling, and ways to change levels (standing, kneeling, laying). Also, I will introduce ways to connect these movements together. At the end, we will have a little jam session. This will give everyone an opportunity to relax, have fun, and get comfortable playing around with these new movements.”

**Do you know of another free event not listed? Let me know about it! Post it in the comments below**