— Around the Core —

4 Downtown Events That’ll Inspire You in Spring

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AN EVENING WITH BREAKING BAD’S RJ MITTE 

MARCH 12: Presented by SAMU Speaker Series, the actor behind Walt Jr. speaks about overcoming bullying, living with cerebral palsy while playing a character with the same disease, and life after working on the most critically acclaimed show in history. (Robbins Health Learning Centre, 10900 104 Ave.)

Photo: Habitat for Humanity Edmonton

Photo: Habitat for Humanity Edmonton

WOMEN BUILD WEEK

MARCH 10–14, MAY 26–30: Women Build Week Habitat for Humanity is recruiting more women to strap on hard-hats and get building. These two four-day workshops will train and equip you for every possible task expected as you, in turn, help hard-working families build a future. (City Hall)

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WALRUS TALKS: THE ABORIGINAL CITY

APRIL 23: Don’t miss Edmonton’s first-ever Walrus Talk on how cities can honour their Aboriginal communities and help them thrive. Writer and Al Jazeera correspondent Wab Kinew, homegrown architect Douglas Cardinal and other co-panelists shed light on how Edmonton could embrace its indigenous heritage. (Shaw Conference Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave.)

WALKER-A-THON

MAR. 15: All ages and abilities are encouraged to get their walk on in support of the Seniors Assisted Transportation Society . A $5 registration and donations help it to continue delivering essential services to low-income seniors.  (City Hall)