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Debbi Serafinchon

Curator

She/Her

Recent work by Debbi

Two women look at a large portrait from the exhibit called "They didn't know we were seeds"
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Coming up this week: Oct. 3-7, 2022

This week offers answers to your questions about estate planning, a talk from a Humboldt Bronco on World Mental Health Day, a look at the state of the Edmonton region, a pitch night for businesses seeking investment, and a cross-cultural conversation on survival and healing.

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A dancer in motion, interacting with an orange couch
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Weekend agenda: Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2022

This weekend offers experimental dance and standup comedy, hand-carved pumpkins and a spooktacular market, dreams of sunny destinations and the warm sounds of woodwinds, plus a whole lot of coffee. This follows events marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.

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A garden in the shape of a medicine wheel, divided in four quadrants
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How the Edmonton region is marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a reminder to honour the children who did not return home from residential schools, as well as an invitation to reflect on the ongoing impact of attempts at cultural genocide on Indigenous people in Canada. Here's a look at some events planned for Sept. 30 in the Edmonton region.

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Three women hold pots containing willow trees behind a sign that reads "Plant Giveaway"
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Coming up this week: Sept. 26-30, 2022

This week's calendar includes a look at the history of the west end, a gathering focused on the regional economy, a business mixer at the art gallery, a reading by three Edmonton writers, and a panel discussion on houselessness, before Friday's slate of activities marking Orange Shirt Day.

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A graphic of a stylized car with an electrical cord snaking out of it
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Weekend agenda: Sept. 23-25, 2022

This weekend offers chances to get spooked, prepare for hockey season, help the food bank, celebrate women, test-drive an electric vehicle, or take in the Edmonton Recital Society's season opener.

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Portraits of James R. Wright and Payam Mousavi of Amii
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Coming up this week: Sept. 19-23, 2022

This week offers opportunities to learn about AI applications, a video-game entrepreneur's journey, carbon capture, and a revenue-oriented accelerator, along with a couple of business-and-pleasure get-togethers.

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A bird-shaped lantern held aloft among happy participants in the Kaleido Festival's Aurora Lantern Parade]
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Weekend agenda: Sept. 16-18, 2022

This weekend offers Hearts in Living Colour on Alberta Avenue; cosplay and comics at the Expo Centre; a home tour for ballet and a chance to make a home for bees; plus events involving sculpture, film, and fashion.

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A purple sign at City Hall reading "Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Book of Condolences," in front of two people signing the book at a table flanked by pictures of the queen and flowers
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Coming up this week: Sept. 12-16, 2022

This week offers a wine-and-dumpling pop-up in Hawrelak Park, a chance to celebrate women entrepreneurs, info sessions on business marketing and saving energy, and a lunchtime concert, as well as an opportunity to send condolences on the passing of the Queen.

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Artists on a scaffold work on a mural featuring a cartoon panda on a concrete wall
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Weekend agenda: Sept. 9-11, 2022

This weekend offers an outdoor movie, a long table feast, free corn on the cob, a party amid new large-scale murals, a street hockey tournament, and a chance to weigh in on some city-building projects.

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