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Lifestyle Expo

April 3rd - April 5th, 2020

Hours of Operation:

Friday: 2pm - 9pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm

Start your spring by being one of the 18,000 guests that attend the St. Albert Lifestyle Expo & Sale. The show runs Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and completely sells out with businesses from St. Albert and the surrounding area who are ready to show off their goods and services. There's something for everyone at the Lifestyle Expo. Other features and weekend attractions include the mouthwatering Taste of St. Albert, the captivating St. Albert Idol, and the absolutely adorable St. Albert Gazette Baby Crawl.

Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

For more information contact Meggan at meggan@stalbertchamber.com or call 780.458.2833

Trade Show

From backyard beautification, to teas, to pets, to stylish men's socks and underwear - the Lifestyle Expo and Sale keeps an diverse roster of businesses handy to showcase the diverse and vibrant mix of business goods and services available to our beautiful city.  The Expo will showcase 200+ diverse businesses that provide a vibrant mix of goods and services available in St. Albert and surrounding area.

 

Taste of St. Albert

Prepare your taste buds! Taste of St. Albert is located in the same hall as the main entertainment stage; a perfect set up for dinner and a show. Local eateries bring out their best for you to sample and enjoy upon arrival, halfway through your walk-through the halls, or at the end of the day.

 

St. Albert's Got Talent

An amazing display of local talent, the St. Albert's Got Talent is a must-stop-spot during the Expo weekend. For more information on this event contact Visionary Entertainment Inc.

 

St. Albert Gazette Baby Crawl

3...2...1 Go Babies Go! The St. Albert Gazette hosts the annual Baby Crawl on Sunday on the main stage. We can't decide who's more fun to watch: all of the wayward babies or the parents trying to coax/bribe them to the finish line.

 

Petting Zoo

Pet cute baby animals; then post those pics on Facebook because baby animals being held by small children always gets likes.

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