BANFF: The Banff Farmers Market will be held every Wednesday in the Banff Park Museum parking lot during summer and through Oct. 5. The market is open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and features a wide selection of locally grown produce, art courtesy of Canadian artists, plus other trinkets from locals. Additionally, live music and family friendly activities will be on-site for attendees to enjoy.
EDMONTON: Polynesian Days is an annual family event held in Alberta Beach and is taking place this year July 29-Aug. 1. Family friendly activities include a parade, a kids park, a scavenger hunt, an outdoor movie, a farmers’ market, and more. There is something for all ages to enjoy at the 48th annual Poly Days presented by The Alberta Beach and District Agricultural Society. Admission to this event is free of charge.
MONTREAL: The Queen’s: Ball: A Bridgerton Experience has arrived at the Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal after stints across the U.S. in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and Chicago. Additional locations of the immersive experience are also currently underway in San Francisco and Atlanta. Here, guests are invited to participate in a 90-minute Bridgerton-inspired experience Sundays through Wednesdays based on the ultra-popular Netflix show set in the Renaissance era. Expect to interact with cast members—including Queen Charlotte—watch a love story unfold, learn dances from the time period, and more. Tickets are available for purchase online, and attendees must be 17 or older.
TORONTO: The Taste of India Food Festival 2022 returns to Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto July 31-Aug. 1 and will celebrate multiculturalism and diversity. The family friendly festival will feature activities for kids, more than 75 live performances, plus competitions and 50-plus food and beverages vendors. A raffle will be conducted throughout the festival, and admission is free.
VANCOUVER: The 5th Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival will be held July 21-24, and this year’s performers include the Sue Foley Band, The Shuffle Demons, Molly Johnson, the Michael Sarian Quartet, and more. The music and art-driven fest will be held throughout the village of Fort Langley and framed along the Fraser River. Many food and beverage options will be available for guests to enjoy, including bites from local restaurants, food trucks, and more. The festival features both free and ticketed events throughout the weekend.
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