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Upcoming events

Our featured upcoming events are listed below.

Columbia Ave Pop Up

Columbia Ave — Pop Up Event

Event Date: September 29th, 2018

Join us at 11:00 AM on Saturday, September 29th, 2018 for the Columbia Ave. Pop Up Event!

For one day, a MacEwan University parking lot will be transformed into a vibrant public space where food trucks, music, dance workshops, interactive art and much more will come together to provide a vibrant temporary gathering place for local community members, businesses, and students.

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Past Events

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Columbia Ave Pop Up

Columbia Ave — Pop Up Workshop Event

Event Date: June 26, 2018

Join us at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 for the Columbia Ave. Pop Up Workshop!

We're building on the foundation of Connectivity 2017, a healthy cities lecture, workshop and wayfinding walk. At Connectivity 2017, participants identified the creation of new active outdoor spaces in under-used areas along 105 Avenue as a top priority action.

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Connectivity

Christenson Communities Lecture Hall — Grand Opening Celebration

Event Date: November 28, 2017

Dr. Kerry Mummery, Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation invites you to the grand opening of the Christenson Communities Lecture Theatre — a state-of-the-art lecture theatre at the University of Alberta.

Joining Dean Mummery is Mr. Greg Christenson, Owner and President of Christenson Group of Companies, to bring words from the donor, and special guest speaker Dr. Adeel Safdar with a presentation on “Deciphering the Biology of Healthy Aging: Rejuvenating Health span to Lifespan, and everything else in between!”

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Connectivity

Healthy Walkable City Event — Lecture, Workshop, & Walk

Event Date: September 30th, 2017

Christenson Developments presents Connectivity, a lecture, workshop, and wayfinding walk facilitated by Dr. Karen Lee, a global specialist in healthy built environment and social determinants of health.

Dr. Karen Lee lead a conversation about how to create a healthy, walkable, connected city, and discussed case studies of feasible and low-cost solutions. The day’s activities included use of the 105th Avenue corridor as a case study to explore how Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods can flourish as vibrant, walkable, healthy communities.

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