Edmonton Labour Day celebrations 2014
Labour Day is considered by many to be the official end of summer. Scary and sad, we know. While the days of cold and darkness may be coming quickly, that doesn’t mean you can’t have one last big outing to mark the end of summer and the beginning of fall, right? Right.
We’re big advocates of having fun here at Great West Chrysler, as well as getting to know your community. We think one of the best ways to get to know the members in your community is to spend time with them at community events. Edmonton is full of events and fun things to do, which makes it one of the most desirable vacation locations in Alberta. We love it in Edmonton and know you do too.
Coming up is Labour Day weekend, which is Aug. 29 through Sept. 1. There are a variety of Edmonton Labour Day celebrations for you and your friends and family, and we are excited to see you out and about! How will you be celebrating your Labour Day? Here are a few ideas of Edmonton Labour Day celebrations 2014!
Labour Day March
11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sir Winston Churchill Square
Families and friends of all ages are invited to the Edmonton Labour Day March for Worker Solidarity to support a bright future for all Canadians and their families. There will be a barbecue lunch to follow the march, which begins at 11:30 a.m.
Aug. 30-Sept. 1
Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm
311 Lily Lake Road, Bon Accord
$12 per person/family discounts
Corn Festival is a family-friendly event that is centered around one of the most popular vegetables: corn. The festival runs for three days and there are events planned each day including live music, magic shows, corn maze and of course, corn shucking.
Aug. 30-Sept. 1
Fort Edmonton Park
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
7000 143 St., Edmonton
Harvest Fair is a tribute to a time when the changing of the seasons was marked by the harvest. Each year, Edmonton residents gather at Fort Edmonton Park to take part in the celebrations and activities that make this a special season. Activities include learning heritage skills such as weaving, quilting, baking and trapping, square dancing, live music and a special Harvest dinner on Aug. 30.