If you’re anything like the professionals at Legends Insurance in Edmonton, then you like to enjoy the many events and festivals that grace our city. While spring has melted away winters Ice Castles, and the Snow Sculptures Garden at the Silver Skate Festival, the spring season also has a variety of offerings to suite every taste and age group.
For the young and young at heart amongst us, TELUS World of Science presents the Angry Birds Universe until April 17, 2017. Imagine Exhibitions, Inc., in partnership with Rovio Entertainment Ltd. and Jack Rouse Associates (JRA), developed this unique exhibition to present an educational and highly interactive attraction unlike any other – experience Angry Birds in real life and embark on a wild adventure where science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics are taught in an immersive, engaging environment.
Also at the TELUS World of Science until March 31, 2017 is the Mysteries of China in IMAX 3D. Discover the Terracotta Warriors and the First Emperor’s Tomb as one of the great archaeological events of the modern age. Starting with modern China and springing back as we seek the birth of this mighty nation, we talk of an ancient time when a fierce warrior brought together a warring nation, and how an accidental discovery changed everything we know about China’s past.
If live performances are your thing, or if not these might be the opportunity to change your mind, beginning with the Gershwin musical Crazy for You at the Citadel Theatre with favorites numbers like I Got Rhythm, Embraceable You, and Someone to Watch Over Me from March 4 to 26, 2017. Over at The Winspear Centre the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (ESO) presents A Tribute to the Music of Prince, with guest conductor Raymond Baril and a full rock band playing all the hits from Purple Rain to Little Red Corvette to 1999. Tickets from $39, plus applicable service charges.
For those looking to mesh their cultural and home experiences, the Edmonton EXPO Centre presents the Edmonton Home and Garden Show from March 23 – 26, 2017 with over 600 exhibitors ready to give expert advice and inspiration for any and every project imaginable. Tickets are free for children under 12, with adults (13+) $13, and seniors (60+) $10 in advance or adults (13+) $16, and seniors (60+) $13 at the door.
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