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22 Minute Walk | Hot Dogs-Donating Warmth-Art

An idea for a walk downtown

  • Food
  • Family
  • Fun
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STOP 1 / Mayday Dogs

Chow down on a fancy hot dog (yes, that's a thing!)

While you get the works on your dog, gulp down a thick, tasty milkshake.

Try Mayday Dogs Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm til 1am.

Perfect for dinner or your late night snack!

Mayday Dogs is in the lower level of Mercer Warehouse at 10359 104 Street [Google map]


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STOP 2 / Drop-off Warm Clothes at Boyle Street Community Centre

Have gently used winter mitts or a coat, tuque or scarf? Give 'em a good wash and donate them to folks in the community who are in need of warm clothing this winter.

You can buy new winter gear and donate that too.

Simply walk the items into the entrance at Boyle Street Community Centre

The reception staff will welcome you and receive your clothing donations during business hours (8am-8pm).

Boyle Street Community Centre is at 10116 105 Avenue [Google map]


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STOP 3 / dc3 art projects exhibition opening

Works by three artists are featured in the new exhibition, DISCLOSURES. It runs November 3 – December 16 at dc3 art projects.

The November 3 opening reception runs from 7-9pm.

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Artists:

Dana Dal Bo

Dayna Danger

Shan Kelley

dc3 art projects is an unassuming contemporary art gallery committed to showcasing emerging and mid-career Canadian artists.

Their shows are never-ever boring. They always present challenging and engaging works!

You can also see the show during gallery hours:

• Wednesday 12-5pm

• Thursday 12-8pm

• Friday 12-5pm

• Saturday 12-5pm

The gallery is at 3E8, 10567 111 Street [Google map]

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