Explore the culture, ethnicity, and foods that define all those that have come to Canada as you feast on treats from a wide variety of cultures including stops at local restaurants, food stores, and ethnic bakeries.
This is a walking food tour. You should be able to walk approximately 1km.
Rain, snow or shine. A minimum of 4 people is required for the tour to run
Tickets available until 48 hours before the start time
No refunds will be provided once you have purchased your ticket. Refunds – Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable as your space is being held on the tour. No refunds or credits will be offered for no-shows. Please ensure you have chosen the correct date/time and tour.
Please Join us at Ruth’s Chris Steak House Edmonton
on Wednesday August 23rd @ 7pm
For a specially selected four course meal with wine pairings hosted by our Australian guest, James March, CEO of the Barossa Grape & Wine Association. James will personally select and speak to a cross section of wines each with a story to tell about the Barossa’s old vine heritage, sub-regional journey, generational farming and varietal diversity.
Each $120 ticket includes a reception wine and a four-course wine pairing dinner.
Space is limited….. Reserve your spot today.
*please note that price above includes tax & gratuity
You are cordially invited to join us for Our 14th Annual Lebanese Festival
Join us Aug 24th to 27th from 11 -11 where you will get to experience authentic Mediterranean food, Mediterranean Live Music and Dance, Fold Dance Performances, a Kids Zone and much much more
Admission is free and free is GREAT
4th Annual Planting
Imagine walking through the river valley and stumbling upon thousands of edible trees and shrubs. You’ve probably found Edmonton’s River Valley Food Forest.
On a South facing slope of Mackinnon ravine, lies Edmonton’s first publicly planted food forest; a self-sufficient edible ecosystem, that captures water, increases biodiversity, reduces maintenance costs, cleans the air, sequesters carbon, builds community, and (let’s not forget) grows food.
After three years of planting, the Edmonton food forest now contains thousands of edible, native trees and shrubs; saskatoons, high bush cranberries, low bush cranberries, currants, elderberries, pin cherries, chokecherries, beaked hazelnuts, and raspberries.
Join us on August 26th
The food forest is located along the mixed-use path of Mackinnon Ravine Park and can be accessed by foot from multiple directions. Click here for a detailed Google Map of the location and its access points.
What to Bring
- Dress for the weather
- Shoes suitable for digging in the soil.
What We’ll Bring
- 1000s of edible native trees and shrubs
- Porta Potty