Welcome to Hampton Inn by Hilton Edmonton/Sherwood Park, a new hotel offering a quiet lakeside location and convenience to the restaurants and shops of Emerald Hills Centre. See a concert or comedy show at Festival Place, play golf at one of the nearby courses, or take the kids to the wave pool and indoor playground at Millennium Place, just 5 minutes from our Sherwood Park hotel. Business travelers will enjoy proximity to the area's oil industrial parks, and Highway 16 is just a block away.
They are conveniently located with easy access to downtown Calgary, the Chinook Centre Mall, the Calgary Zoo, the Botanical Gardens and the Prehistoric Park. They offer non-smoking accommodations, 24-hour front desk attendants, convention/banquet facilities, business centre, complimentary in-room coffee, hairdryers, continental breakfast, underground parking, corporate rooms, wireless internet, and airport taxi service. With 24-hour fitness centre, indoor pool and hot tub, it is easy to relax and enjoy your stay. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult and they welcome your pets in specially designated pet-friendly rooms.
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In addition to his work in Grasping at the Roots, curated by Christina Battle, Eugenio Salas has organized a Merienda (teatime) — a tradition that came from Europe to the Americas via Spanish colonization — in collaboration with a local immigrant baker to provide another opportunity for audiences to engage in the complex political histories of food and food production. Join them in the gallery as Salas, through a series of prompts, draws attention to these histories as we consider the role that contemporary food production holds in shaping our communities and experiences.
Beer lovers unite! The Calgary International Beerfest brings 700+ beers from 200+ breweries together at one of the world’s best beer festivals. Savour new pairings and explore a range of beers, spirits, ciders, meads and more. Also home to the Canadian International Beer Awards, Beerfest lets you taste alongside the judges as they name the year’s best brews.
Learn more from Serena Lee, one of the artists featured in their current exhibition, Grasping at the Roots curated by Christina Battle, including details about her ongoing project Doing the dishes (2017-) The talk will take place in room 11-251 at Allard Hall. Serena Lee’s practice stems from a fascination with polyphony and its radical potential. She works across disciplines, collaboratively and aleatorically. Recent projects have played out at Cubitt (London), Transmediale (Berlin), Plug-In ICA (Winnipeg), Scarborough Museum (Ontario), Mountain Standard Time (Calgary), Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), and Whitechapel Gallery (London). Serena was born in Tkaronto/Toronto; she holds an MFA from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam and is currently based in Vienna as a PhD researcher at the Academy of Fine Arts.