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Primevera Picnic in The Park

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Primevera Picnic in The Park

Date: April 01, 2019

Time: Exact Time and Date TBA

Location: Little Italy, Edmonton


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Join us in Spring Time when we celebrate the return of warm weather and sunlight the Italian way. With food! Try Allegro’s Lasagna or Kafana’s Sopska Salad and finish your meal off with an Italian dessert from Spinelli’s and a coffee from the Zocalo Gallery. There are so many great restaurants in Little Italy that we had to spread the food out into Giovanni Cabot Park! Sprinkle in some stilt walkers, a bouncy castle, and some music and we’ve got a Springtime Picnic in the Park.


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