Weekend itineraries: happy leap day!

This weekend in Sherwood Park and Strathcona County

Weekend itineraries: happy leap day!

Wholly Handmade is having its food event, Nosh, this weekend at the Community Centre Agora!  This popular market has more than 100 food vendors ready to talk about their products with you. Stop by and discover your new favourite treat on Saturday and Sunday, and don’t worry – it’s free admission to enter.

Outside of Kobachi

After (or before) checking out Nosh Food Fest, stop by Kobachi for some sustainable and locally sourced Japanese dishes. They have a great menu full of sushi, sashimi, and even maki options – plus weekly features. This is a popular spot, especially on weekends, so call for a reservation. Make sure to check out their Facebook page for the latest offerings.  
Exterior of Max and Maude
Spring is supposed to be coming soon (right?), which means it’s time to start thinking about lighter clothing. If you’re looking for new clothes for a baby, kid, or tween, head over to the locally-owned Max & Maude. Their range of clothing options means that the kids in your life can look stylish,  regardless of if it’s spring or winter fashions. Head over to Euro Village on Broadmoor Boulevard to check them out.   

If you’re looking for other things to do this weekend, head to our tourism pages for more suggestions of ways to support local and find your adventure in Strathcona County.


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