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Wednesday, November 7, 7 pm – 10 pm
Cost: $10 ($15 at the door)
Many of us seek to serve others through our work, but even the best-intended efforts can be misinformed. Gain perspective at the next Green Drinks with featured guests invited to facilitate discussions around indigenous relations and treaties, supporting the LGBTQ2S+ community, feminism, antiracism, and mental health.
Thursday, November 1 – Sunday, November 4
Metro Cinema at the Garneau Theatre
At Rainbow Visions, our mandate is to find and showcase the best new LGBTQ-focused films on the festival circuit, featuring feature length AND short films by filmmakers both new and veteran! Rainbow Visions is one of two annual film festivals produced by Global Visions Festival Society, along with sister festival NORTHWESTFEST (formerly ‘Global Visions’) .
More Info: https://www.rainbowvisions.ca/
Saturday, November 3, 1 pm – 4 pm
Edmonton’s NextGen and Women’s Advocacy Voice of Edmonton (WAVE) are partnering up to bring an event around practical skills in the workplace to the 18-40 demographic. This event will provide attendees with time to network, a panel discussion and then the opportunity to break out into small table discussions with the speakers. We will bring you a panel of extraordinary women who have experience navigating the workplace, particularly how they have learned and embraced practical skills to overcome adversity.
Tuesday, November 13, 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Shaw Conference Centre
Cost: $20 – $40
Circle your calendars! EPL in partnership with the Edmonton Community Foundation and the University of Alberta Libraries are excited to present award-winning and best-selling author Neil Gaiman as part of the Forward Thinking Speaker Series on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Shaw Conference Centre.
Friday, November 16, 7 pm – 10 pm
Barking Buffalo Cafe
Femme Cabal is hosting a launch party! Join us for an evening of face-to-face interaction, feminist comedy, music by women for women, and community building. We are so lucky to live during a time when women are powerful members of society. We want to leverage the experience and expertise of the women in our community to make a difference in others’ lives. The concept of women helping women is at the root of our cause.
Thursday, November 22, 11 am – 2 pm
Support Indigenous artists and makers at the 3rd annual Indigenous Artisans’ Holiday Market at Enterprise Square. Entrance is free! Vendors will be announced Nov. 2, 2018.