Tonight, I was DJ’ing a wedding for Glenda and Wayne at the Edmonton Faculty Club, which is located on the University of Alberta Campus. I have been in this location numerous times in the past, but today was the first time I was on the main floor of this venue. The venue is located on Saskatchewan Drive at approximately a hundred and fifteenth street which is easy to locate, parking is very affordable and often free, and is very accessible from all points of view.
The bride and groom, on this day, asked me also to provide ceremony music, which is becoming more and more of a norm where people have their ceremony and reception in the same location and also sometimes in the same room. On this day, both the ceremony and the reception were held in the same room, which made my job slightly easier not having to set up sound equipment in two different rooms.
Upon arrival to the location, the faculty club, for the most part, is one of the harder venues to get equipment into and out of, especially if you are in the upstairs room. Lucky enough, I was in the downstairs room, which simply required me to roll my equipment down the hallway and into the room. The faculty club is well- known in Edmonton for its fine dining, and in my mind, is in the top five venues in Edmonton to eat at, but I will get to that in a little while.
While arriving to the faculty, the general manager was on staff, greeted me in a very friendly manner and welcomed me back, obviously recognizing me from the times I have been there in the past. It is always great to be treated as a guest when one arrives to a facility even though I am a contractor.
The ceremony started at 5.30, with a marriage commissioner and a friend of the family officiated the ceremony. I found this to be very dynamic for the person who was a friend of the bride and groom provided a level of intimacy that you just do not get from a marriage commissioner.
I never met the bride and groom prior to this day, and they straight away impressed me when they greeted me immediately when they came to the room. They also made sure that I was looked after from every respect as to where I was placed in the room to set up, as well including me for dinner, which often, as DJs, we are overlooked.
The ceremony went off without a hitch, and for me, the interesting part of the ceremony is when they had three friends singing and playing guitars for parts of the ceremony and as well, a niece of the bride, was playing piano prior to the actual ceremony starting with background music. I always find live music to add such vibrancy to almost any function, especially a ceremony.
After the ceremony, the reception began immediately, and the staff at the faculty club proceeded to flip the room from a theatre setting to tables and chairs in the area used for the ceremony.
Dinner then began about seven o’ clock, it was a three course plated service, and the meal was exceptional. In fact, the dessert was probably the best dessert I have ever had and I have probably eaten out over 600 times in this business of being an Edmonton DJ. I give thanks to the chefs and the people who planned that meal, as it was truly magnificent.
On that note, of the meal, the one thing that is disappointing in a plated service is sometimes, the staff doesn’t know or was not trained with the proper etiquette of service, and the only thing I noticed is that the staff served the men or women in whatever fashion they want. As to my understanding, proper etiquette, especially for a higher end facility like this, would be that the women at each table are served first, and the men served last.
Throughout dinner, the speeches were given between each course, and I have to say that these are some of the finest speeches I have ever heard. The mother of the bride truly stole the show with a poem that she did. Actually, it turned out that she rapped the song, the poem out, and everybody was snapping their fingers along with her to create a groove and rhythm. It was by far one of the most entertaining things I have ever seen or been a part of. The laughter, at times, was so loud that she had to stop and wait for them to stop laughing so she could continue with her poem.
The bride and groom had one thing in mind as they planned their wedding – for their guests to have an enjoyable evening. That was clear from every aspect of whatever they may did and the dance was a big portion of that night and it placed a great value on that, and we worked hard to provide a level of music that everyone would enjoy.
As the bride and groom were having their second marriage, and they are close to 50 in age, it was clear that the older staff would work and did work most of the night. Anytime I tried to play a request that was newer, it unfortunately did not work.
The dance floor had people on it the whole night through and everyone in attendance had a great time. I special thanks go out to the staff that the Faculty Club as they made sure I got back my battery and charger for my camera that I had accidentally left behind.
Beautiful, glamorous, and fancy wedding dress, inspiring wedding ceremony, Hollywood like photos and video coverage made you think that you have the most perfect wedding of the century, when out of the blue you suddenly heard the music that ruined your dream wedding. Wedding day is one of the most memorable events in one’s life but the question is, is it really for the best or for the worst? Most people don’t take much thought of it but having a great wedding DJ to cater for a wedding event can make a huge difference. The songs being played by the wedding DJ radiates an impact to the wedding attendees, especially for the newlywed couple since their own love story can be related to the songs being played.
Here are the tips to consider when hiring a wedding DJ:
A great wedding DJ knows that it is the most important event in your life and treats it as one. He also makes you feel that you are the most precious person in the event. The success of the event is his success and he goes an extra mile to achieve it.
A great wedding DJ must look and acts professional, he dresses appropriately for the event and treats everyone with respect.
A great wedding DJ plans and correlates with you to know what music should be played and those that will not. He also offers advice and suggestions on things that will create a perfect atmosphere in the said event.
A great wedding DJ does not directly invite the guests to go to the dance floor. He does it by capturing the crowd’s interest and playing the music that they want.
A great wedding DJ makes a quality sound using high quality sound systems. He plays the music just right, not too loud neither too soft.
A great wedding DJ delights and impresses people. He does not just play music and perform but he entertains and makes everyone feel that they are being considered concerning the kind of music to be played and enjoyed by them.
A great wedding DJ is ready to accommodate any special request by the bride and groom and even from the guests.
A great wedding DJ is prompt and always in action. He arrives on time and always ready to entertain everyone.
A great wedding DJ should always have his alternative plan when unexpected things happen such as emergency cases on his part, breakdown of instruments, or transportation concerns. In this kind of situation, the DJ must assure that the equipments needed in the occasion will be brought in the event.
A great wedding DJ makes a perfect blend of music and announcements. He knows when to turn on the microphone and when not to talk. He talks in a very clear, smooth and professional manner.
Your wedding day should not only be memorable to the bride and the groom but to the guests as well since they are sharing the most noteworthy occasion of their loved ones. The tips above are useful and functional guide in choosing a great wedding DJ to create an alluring, classy, having a sweet, and an inviting ambiance of music; indeed a perfect wedding ever.
If you are considering booking your next funtion at Snow Valley you NEED to read this post by Edmonton DJ.
Being an Edmonton DJ for almost 10 years has taken me into almost every venue in and around Edmonton and Snow Valley for the most part is pretty decent location for a function. Except on September 19, 2009.
Lets start with the good stuff.
My bride and groom (Carrie and Jason) were awesome people to work with. I did all my communications with Jason and he was easy to get along with and open to working together to make their wedding the best that it could be.
Even though it was a little cool out that day, the ceremony was out side the front door of the Lodge at Snow Valley. Providing the music for the ceremony generally adds about an hour to two of extra work for most functions.
The bride and groom had provided me with all the songs that were required for the ceremony prior to that day. This made it very easy for me to provide sound for the ceremony. The only thing that I would have done differently would have been to make sure that the justice of the peace wore a wireless lapel microphone. This would have made it easier for the guests to hear and therefore enjoy the ceremony that much more.
The bride and groom did amazing job at planning their wedding in providing some of the most interesting and well planned details I have ever seen at a wedding. As you will see from the photos provided herein the bride and groom spent a lot of time creating a very unique and creative wedding experience.
It started at the ceremony with the program that was passed out prior to the ceremony. The program was actually designed by the bride, as she is a graphic designer. The program had all types of interesting tidbits about the bride and groom along with crossword puzzles and games that could be played to pass the time both waiting for the ceremony and in the reception hall. I had never seen anything like this ever before and would recommend stealing this idea for your next function.
The ceremony went off nearly perfectly. The only thing that could have been a little better was the weather as it was a little bit chilly that day, therefore making it a little uncomfortable for those attending.
This is only the beginning of the uniqueness and creativity the bride and groom provided on this day. As soon as you walk in the front door was the sign in table. It turns out that the bride and groom, in the early days of their relationship, went to a lot of movies and therefore tied the movie theme into their entire wedding.
The seating arrangement was a beautifully designed and laid out table arrangement using movie themes with everyone’s name that was assigned to that movie and the table then had the associated movie placed at that table so you were then able to know where to sit.
Also at the sign in table were some photographs that were placed into a picture frame in the form of a film strip.
Once you made your way upstairs into the main room of Snow Valley you noticed again the attention to detail. The bride was a country girl and the groom was a city boy, there had table tied in the country theme with a wooden fence placed behind the head table. It was simple, yet elegant, and really made the head table standout.
Each table had a DVD with a movie jacket and DVD label custom made for each table with the names of the guests at the table printed on their, and as well some other details for the evening. Each DVD was associated with the seating chart from the main floor and was used as a table number for each table.
After the ceremony the guests were permitted to come straight into the room. Everyone couldn’t stop talking about all the details the bride and groom had taken into account for their wedding day.
The master of ceremonies did a great job of leading the evening’s festivities with some very entertaining stories and good jokes. Dinner was then served buffet style in the adjoining room making it a lot easier for the staff at this venue to be less disruptive by not having the buffet line on the dance floor. The only challenge with dinner was that they ran out of perogies. I cannot remember the last time I had seen a facility run out of food, and especially pierogies, addin you can simply boil some more BUT thet did not. Lucky enough this happened with about the last three or four people, including myself, going through the buffet line.
Speeches were short and sweet followed by a very well made slideshow that was put together via the bride and groom.
Shortly after speeches we moved into the first dance. The bride and groom had decided to do something a little different. They decided to use “AC-DC – Hells Bells” as their first dance song. This definitely caught everyone off guard but really broke the ice and set the tone for the entire night. With a good number of requests and the bride and groom being on the dance floor most of the night helped to produce a great reception.
Now the bad Stuff.
September is a great month to book a venue like Snow Valley where there is a tremendous amount of glass. This is a venue, in my opinion, should never be booked in June, July or early August. As nice as it is to look out the windows the challenge one faces is that there is too much light coming into the room until the sun falls which can be as late as 10:30 p.m. at the end of June. This poses a challenge when getting people to dance as most people have a fear of being watched and generally like the room a little darker which generally leads to a better dance early in the evening. I have done functions in the past in this room in early July and they generally don’t really get going until the sun falls.
I really do think a Snow Valley is one of the better Edmonton venues except for one thing. Maria, is the lady that looks after/runs this facility and is truly one of the most difficult people I have ever had the displeasure of working with. As an Edmonton DJ, I have been to this venue a number of times prior to this function and have always had very few issues in the past. The biggest challenge is that Maria thinks that the DJ should set up in what I would consider an inadequate location for the type of show my customer has paid for. When I arrived at the Hall I let her know that we were there and it was good to be back. I then proceeded to set up my show in a location that would provide both the best sound and allow me to interact with the crowd. The location I chose to set up my rig had no impact on any other component of this function. It did not impede the movement of the guests in or out of the room nor did it detract from the look of the room. Maria came to me when I was nearly finished setting up and asked if that’s where my rig would remain and my response was simply yes for the reasons I do stated above. She then proceeded to ask you for my business card, politely at that point, upon which I gave her one and as she walked away she turned around and told me that I would never be allowed to return to this facility. As far as I can tell the only reason she said this is because I did not set up my show in the location upon which she wanted me to. I simply set up my show, where I had discussed with my customer prior to that date, where I felt would produce the best possible party. This is the first time I can remember I was treated so poorly as a vendor coming into a reception facility. It should be the goal of all parties involved in this industry to work together, and to provide the best possible environment for both the client and their guests on that day. This is clearly not the case at Snow Valley. My customer and other DJs have also stated that Maria can be very opinionated and rigid when it comes to planning or working at this venue.
I can only say that this was my experience on this day and had been to Snow Valley a number of times before without any incident, what is funny, each time I was there in the past I have set up in the exact same location without any incident or objection from Maria.
Please click on the Edmonton wedding DJ highlights video below to see Carrie and Jason’s special day.
Susan and Chad did a very good job of planning their wedding ceremony and wedding reception all in the same location. It all started about 330 in the afternoon. The hall was very nicely decorated and ceremony was held at the front of all which was changed over for the head table after the ceremony.
The ceremony was officiated by a marriage commissioner who was very well spoken and had a few entertaining anecdotes. The young flower girls stole the show as they played with her flowers during the ceremony. I have been to more ceremonies than the average person and this was the first time I’d ever seen the groom kiss the bride and have his hands a little below the waist. Everyone noticed this occur and erupted in applause and cheers.
The only thing that could’ve been a little better was the fact that the photographers were using strobe lights with wireless flash control that beeped every time they took the photo. This is extremely annoying and distracting during the ceremony.
After the ceremony the room was converted to accommodate the reception. There was a very simple buffet which then led into a very short formal end of the evening. Speeches were short and sweet with the highlight being three relatives sang a traditional song to the bride and groom.
When booking any venue there are a couple of things one needs to pay attention too. The first is lighting control. As an Edmonton wedding DJ atmosphere plays an important role in getting people in the mood to party. If the venue does not have proper lighting or dimmable fixtures like scones then you should seriously consider artificially lighting the room. Garden Valley Hall has very poor lighting control. The entire facility has fluorescent fixtures with no dimmable lighting. Lucky enough as an Edmonton DJ I carry extra lighting with me and used it to light the parameter of the hall so we could turn off all of the fluorescent fixtures providing a better atmosphere for everyone to dance.
The second, is air conditioning. Edmonton weather in the summer can reach temperatures of over 30°C. If you’re venue does not have air conditioning, generally speaking, your party will not be a successful as a venue with air-conditioning. Simply put it can be hotter inside some venues than it is outside. That was the case with the Garden Valley Hall as the kitchen door was opened as the cooks were preparing the meal and all the heat from the kitchen moved into the main room causing it to become hotter.
Due to the heat and the lack of air conditioning it took a little while for this party to get going. But what the doors open and the fans on by about 11 o’clock the temperature was a bit cooler than people have had enough to drink that they were ready to start dancing a little more. Everyone was having a great time and we ended up doing a couple of karaoke songs throughout the dance which really added to the night as it was not the focus but was an add-on that created an even better party.
Please watch the video below to see some of the highlights from the Garden Valley Hall.
As an Edmonton DJ, the Fairmont Hotel MacDonald is a the place I both love and hate. I love everything about this venue expect for getting into and out of this location. If you can image, a 100 year old building was not really designed for all that we ask of it in this day and age.
Once you get into the hotel you soon forget about the load in and again you are over taken by the grandeur of this beautiful and historic building. Combine this with the finest hotel staff in the city and you have all the elements needed to create an unforgettable day.
Both the ceremony and reception were held in the Wedgewood room of the hotel MacDonald. It was a beautifully decorated ceremony with all the chairs wrapped in chair bags which were supplied by Elegant Touches. There was also a 4 piece quartet which filled with air and that just added to a beautiful ceremony. The ceremony started almost on time and went off without a hitch. The justice of the peace was very well spoken and also very entertaining. Her lighthearted approach put everyone at ease and made ceremony that much better. The young ring bearer stole the show when the justice of the peace asked who carried the rings and without hesitation the young ring bearer yelled out “I do”.
Dana and Graham took it all in stride and would like no one else was in the room except for them. It was great to watch two people that really have a connection with each other get married. Being an Edmonton disc jockey I have witnessed a lot of ceremonies over the years. This was truly one of the best. The ceremony was followed by a dove release on the patio of the hotel MacDonald. The bride and groom and their son together opened the birdcage and with a little help the doves flew off.
The ceremony was followed by champagne, a toast to the bride and groom, and lunch. The guests visited and enjoyed a great meal until about three o’clock in the afternoon.
The staff at the hotel MacDonald then proceeded to flip the room over. There’s a lot of work that needs to be done in a very short period of time to convert the room from a ceremony set up to a reception setup. The room was then again open to the guests at six o’clock for the reception.
What surprised me the most on this night was the fact some of the guests were not dressed appropriately for a facility of this caliber. I counted three pairs of blue jeans and one person was wearing hiking boots, shorts, a white T-shirt and an army vest. Neither the jeans nor the shorts are appropriate attire for any wedding and especially a wedding being held at the hotel MacDonald.
At about seven o’clock dinner was served and we enjoyed, a buffet style, meal that was amazingly well done. There are four different types of salads, sliced meats, turkey, potatoes and the best chicken I think I have ever had. Dinner was followed by desert and then speeches.
The master of ceremonies did a great job, he was funny and entertaining right from the get-go. The formal speeches were all very short and sweet and were capped off with the bride and groom saying there thank you’s.
Just after nine o’clock we got the dance started with the bride and groom leading the way just like every other function. This has been a very funny year for first dances. Almost every single wedding I have done this year, the bride and groom have chosen a song that is not as well known. We then had a song for the father and daughter followed by a mother son dance.
Starting with only about 60 people generally makes my job, as an Edmonton DJ, harder. I was very happy that we had quite a bit of dancing most of the night. We also went right through until 1 a.m. There were a good number of requests which made my job a little easier for such a small crowd. This really helped me hold him find what they liked as a format and play within that format.
It has been quite awhile since I’ve seen a wedding done this well. Dana did a great job of planning her dream wedding from start to finish. The bride and groom definitely did it right and did it with style, right down to the Lyndor chocolates that were given as favors.
A special thanks goes out to Dana and Graham for having me be a part of such an important day. And thanks for letting me do my job without tying my hands behind my back.
Please see the below video for highlights of Dana and Graham’s special day.
I received a call from the mother of the groom on or about August 3rd looking for an Edmonton DJ and slideshow like I had just done that past weekend. The nephew of the mother of the groom was at a wedding that past weekend said that I did some creative things and referred me to Gail and Paul.
So we got the ball rolling and due to the condensed time frame we are all working under the gun as there was a lot to do, and very little time to do it.
Paul and Gail were very accommodating to get all that we had to get done in order to make the slide show happen. We got together and shoot the video and we were off to the races. I was under a lot of pressure to complete the slide show in under a month as I had a number of other projects on the go.
With the BIG day now upon us, I arrived at the Oasis Conference Centre about 2:30 in the afternoon as the wedding ceremony was also being held on site at 5pm. This was the first time I ever played at the Oasis Conference Centre and was blown away by the look of this venue. Wow, the Oasis is a beautiful place to hold a function and has almost everything you need to have a successful function.
I was very impressed with the staff at the conference center as there were tremendously helpful to me as I was setting up for the ceremony.
The wedding ceremony went off without it hitch. With Gail’s brothers being in the military and dressed in uniform added to the formalities. It was all topped off with bagpipes filling the room with music as the bride came down the aisle. One other unique thing happened that was very special, was that each woman that came to the ceremony was given a single rose. They held onto the rose until Gail walked down the aisle, she then proceeded to collect all of the roses to form a bouquet. One of the bridesmaids quickly tied the roses together to secure the bouquet. All I can say is that this created a very special moment in the ceremony. Paul’s father and brother in law officiated the wedding ceremony and together did an amazing job of joining Paul and Gail in marriage. There were a number of funny points made along the way as Paul’s father made good use of his role as the marriage commissioner.
Following the wedding ceremony we flipped the room to get ready for the reception. With only about an hour to do this made for quite a good deal of work to be done in a very short period of time. The guests were then allowed to reenter the room about seven o’clock which was then followed by a nice meal provided by Elizabethan Catering. It was a pretty standard meal with all the fixings and the highlight of dinner for me was the green leaf salad with raspberry dressing. The master of ceremonies did a great job of entertaining and leading the evening. Unfortunately, as hard as he tried, the guests did not respond as well as he hoped to some of his jokes and interactions.
As an Edmonton disc jockey I thought I had seen every kissing came ever invented, until tonight. The bride and groom decided to play Plinko, a game need famous on the “Price is Right”.
You simply had to come out and drop a disc down the pegboard and where it landed told you what would happen or what you have to do. Either the bride and groom would kiss or you have to do the bird dance or even spin a hula hoop. I will be sure to recommend this kissing game idea to all my clients.
Speeches follow dinner and everybody was very well spoken which made speeches even more enjoyable. Right at the end of speeches we ran the slideshow which seem to go over quite well. The brother of the groom, as it turns out, was at another wedding I did this summer and he commented on the difference between both slideshows. The slideshow I built for Gail and Paul is an advanced product with a video interview of the bride and groom a long with pictures of the bride and groom over their lifetimes. The brother went on to say how unique this slideshow was as it was like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
We then moved into the dance were the bride and groom decided to do a choreographed number. I helped put together a sequence of songs were they did different dance moves the each of those songs. It really helped to get the party headed in the right direction and added a lot of energy to the night. The first dance where everyone was asked to join in was great.
I think everyone in the whole room was on the dance floor, and you could barely move without running into someone else. With a good start to the night, and the first dance in the bride and groom being on the dance floor helped get the party right off the ground. Everyone was dancing and enjoying themselves the whole light through. Just after 12 o’clock the party got even better everyone that was there was pretty much on the dance floor having a great time. Had we not had to shut down at 1 a.m. I am sure we would went for another hour.
I am happy to say, that Paul and Gail were a joy to work with. They were easy-going, laid-back and a lot of fun which made my job that much easier.
Edmonton Oasis Conference Centre Highlights: What impressed me were the following.
1. The look and feel of the venue were great and is one of the nicest venues in Edmonton
2. The Garden. Great for pictures or an outdoor ceremony. The waterfall just makes the space pop.
3. The upstairs rooms. Made available for a place for the bride and groom to get ready or hang out before they come into the reception. Almost like a hotel with seating and bathrooms that allows for a great place to catch your breath between the pictures and reception.
4. Very good lighting control. Lots of dimmers and I could fairly easily adjust the lighting to the setting I like for the dance.
5. The Staff. Everyone there works hard to make sure the details are done well and for the most part they were. A gentleman (I can’t remember his name) was amazing. He made sure I had what I needed and made sure the venue looked its best and were 100% people focused. Thanks for all your help that day.
Edmonton Oasis Conference Centre Low Points: Here a couple of things that I noticed that were a bit of a challenge.
1. Storage. As an Edmonton Disc Jockey and being in almost every venue in the city this venue was built almost to perfection EXCEPT there is almost no in house storage for my empty containers. This almost doubled my work load by having me put all my empty containers back into the trailer and then get them back out again at the end of the night.
2. The A/V department. This was very disappointing. On Thursday Anne McLennan called me to make sure all is in order for the wedding and we talked about mics for the ceremony and plugging in a video feed to the projectors and this is not rocket science but she still had their A/V tech call my on Friday to ask me a bunch of questions that made no sense at all. What was nice the A/V tech did come a little early to make sure all was ready to go and I gave them the video feed and they powered up the projectors for a test and there were reddish lines running horizontally through both projectors. We then went on to confirm that this problem was caused by something on their end. As it was almost 7pm when we got to this point there was nothing that could really be done to fix the problem. What annoyed me was that the A/V tech tells me that they had someone into do some work and it has not worked properly since then. OK, if you knew of the problem why didn’t they get this fixed prior to the function and more so the new of the problem and proceeded to charge the customer for something that was not working properly. This did not impress me at all.
3. Rules. They have a lot of rules that did not make sense to me. Being an interactive Edmonton DJ I want to be as close to the dance floor as possible so I can jump into the party and have some fun with the guests. I had to work a little to get them to place me as close to the dance floor as possible. My rig is very sharp looking and very clean, I don’t even have my company name on any of my equipment as I think that looks tacky, and since I am generally 4 hours of the night a little more emphasis on the DJ would be great as generally I am the reason you stay or go home.
4. Cost. From what I have heard talking to other people in the industry this is one of the most expensive places in the city to hold a function and they charge for everything. Just to have someone turn on the projectors for 1 hour you had to pay the tech for 4 hours labour. I could have turned on the projectors myself and saved the costumer that extra fee. Also, if you do not use their preferred DJ, that’s right they charge you, I believe, $300 extra. If you want to use an outside catering company or event company there are fees attached to that as well. Just to name a few things. All I can say is make sure of all your costs prior to signing a contract with any venue.
It is always enjoyable to be an Edmonton Disc Jockey at Woodvale Hall. This Edmonton venue is more than just a community hall it is one of the best places in Edmonton to hold a wedding. Add in the fact that Fong and his staff could compete with the staff at the Hotel MacDonald you have the best of both worlds; an afforable wedding venue and staff that work hard to make sure all in attenance are happy.
Michelle and Ryan went all out with the decorations in the room and this truly changed the look and feel of the room. With a head table back drop right through to the chair covers and ties they turned this room into a beautiful place to hold a function.
One of the highlights was the candy table. Instead of favours the bride and groom had a table of candy where veryone could fill there bag with what every treats they would like. At times people were lined up 5 deep to get some treats.
Dinner at Woodvale Hall is always very well done and that night it was amazing. There were so many things to pick from on the buffet line I needed a larger plate.
Speeches followed dinner and they were very well done. This summer as an Edmonton Wedding DJ keeps surprising me as people are so very well spoken. The other thing that has impressed me is that guests are dressing up again. Blue jeans should not be allowed at almost any function, and on this night I don’t think there was a pair insight.
We then go the dance under way right after the slide show and I am always a little concerned about doing a party on a Friday night. People have worked all day and have been awake since early that morning. Saturday weddings allow people to sleep in and have a full set of batteries from the tiime they roll in the door. The groom and bride again did it right. They had an open bar, which allowed for the guests to cut loose and not worry about spending a huge amount of money on drinks as some venues are now charging $6 – $7 per drink.
All I can really say about the dance is WOW!!! It was a great party led by the bride and groom that were on the dance floor a good chunk of the night. We had a great time with everyone loving the songs they could sing along to and the classics. The dance went until about 1:30 and everyone that stayed had a lot of fun.
Please take a look at some highlights of the Edmonton DJ Wedding.
Edmonton Halls & Reception Venues Hall/Venue Name Address City/Town Phone Number
ACCA Center 3530 91 Street Edmonton
ACT Recreation Center Rundle Park Edmonton
Alberta Avenue Community League 9210 118 Avenue. Edmonton (780) 477-2773
Alberta Royal Provincial Museum 9829-103 Street Edmonton
Alberta Place Suite Hotel 10049 103St Edmonton
Alberta Vocational College 10215 108 Street Edmonton (780) 427-2823
Aldergrove Community League 8535 182 Street Edmonton (780) 481-1588
Allendale Community Hall 6330 105A Street Edmonton (780) 438-0885
Argyll Community League 6750 88 Street Edmonton (780) 466-8166
Asian Christian Community Center 3530 91 Street Edmonton
Athlone Community Hall 13010-129 st Edmonton (780) 451-4016
Austin O’Brien High School 6110 – 95 Avenue Edmonton (780) 466-3161
Avalon Junior High 5425 114 Street Edmonton (780) 434-8402
Aviation Center Kingsway Avenue Edmonton
Avonair Curling Club 10607 Princess Elizabeth Ave Edmonton (780) 477-2427
Avonmore Community Hall 7902 73 Ave Edmonton (780) 465-1941
B Street Bar 9216-34 Avenue Edmonton (780) 439-3301
Balmoral Curling Club 6820 116 Street Edmonton (780) 492-2222
Balwin Community League 12816 77 St Edmonton (780) 475-7931
Bannerman Community League 14034 23 Street Edmonton (780) 476-8603
Bar B Que Acres 12410 Winterburn Road Edmonton (780) 447-3362
Baturyn Community Hall 10505 172 Ave Edmonton (780) 457-4647
Beacon Heights Community League 4418 118 Avenue Edmonton (780) 471-5459
Belevedere Community Hall 13223 62 Street Edmonton (780) 476-6556
Belgravia Community Hall 11605 74 Avenue Edmonton (780) 437-1866
Bellevue Community Hall 7308 112 Avenue Edmonton (780) 477-8004
Belmead Community Hall 9109 182 Street Edmonton (780) 489-7939
Beth Shalom Synagogue 11916 Jasper Avenue Edmonton (780) 488-6333
Beverly Crest Hotel 3414 118 Ave Edmonton (780) 474-0456
Beverly Heights Community Hall 4209 111 Avenue Edmonton (780) 474-4832
Big Ten Four Restaurant 14560 Yellowhead Trail Edmonton (780) 454-0796
Billingsgate Fish Co. 7331-104 Street Edmonton (780) 432-7851
Bisset Elementary School 3020 – 37 St. Edmonton (780) 450-6536
Blue Meadows Hall RR 1 Edmonton
Blue Quill Community League 11304 25 Avenue Edmonton (780) 483-3666
Bonnie Doon Community League 9240 93 Street Edmonton (780) 466-6906
Britania Youngstown Community League 15927 105 Avenue Edmonton (780) 483-8983
Burnewood Community League 4118 41 Avenue Edmonton (780) 465-9814
Caenarvon Community League 14830 118 Street Edmonton (780) 475-4754
Calder Community League 12721 120 Street Edmonton (780) 451-0279
Callingwood Lymburn Community League 17740 69 Avenue Edmonton (780) 481-1495
Canadian Hellenic Hall 116 Street 105 Ave Edmonton
Canadian Mental Health Association 10235 124 St Edmonton (780) 414-6300
Canadian Western Bank 10303 Jasper Avenue Edmonton
Canora Community Hall 10425 152 Street Edmonton (780) 489-6007
Capilano Community League 10810 54 Street Edmonton (780) 471-0754
Carlisle Community Hall 14240-117 Street Edmonton (780) 457-1090
Castledowns Recreation Center 11520 153 Aveue Edmonton (780) 944-7550
CD Banquet Center 14304 134 Avenue Edmonton (780) 973-6280
Cedar Park Inn (Best Western) 5116 Calgary Trail North Edmonton (780) 434-7411
Cedar Village 11725 156 Street Edmonton (780) 451-6775
Celtic Hall 10104-32 Ave. Edmonton (780) 430-3663
Center Suite Hotel 10200 102 Avenue Edmonton (780) 429-3900
Central Lions Senior Recreation Center 11113 113 Street Edmonton (780) 496-7366
CFB Edmonton Family Resouce Center J-2 137a Avenue 110 Street Edmonton (780) 973-4011
CFB Edmonton Greisbach Junoir Ranks CFB Edmonton Geisbach Edmonton
CFB Edmonton Greisbach Officers Mess Edmonton
CFB Edmonton Kapyong Drill Hall 113A Street & 144 Avenue Edmonton
CFB Edmonton Non Such Drill Hall Edmonton
CFB Edmonton Officer Reserve J-4 Edmonton
CFB Edmonton WO & Sgt Mess 143 ave 108 Street Edmonton
Chateau Edmonton Quality Hotel 7230 Argyll Road Edmonton (780) 450-1414
Chateau Louis 11727 Kingsway Avenue Edmonton (780) 452-7770
Citadel Theatre 9828 – 101A Ave. Edmonton (780) 426-4811
Clansman Rugby Club 11060 111 Ave Edmonton (780) 471-3032
Clareview Rec Center 3804 139 Ave Edmonton (780) 496-6990
Claude’s Restaurant 9797 Jasper Ave Edmonton (780) 429-2900
Clerks Quaters, Fort Edmonton Park Fort Edmonton Park Edmonton
Cloverdale Community Hall 9411 97 Avenue Edmonton (780) 465-0306
Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel 10155 105 Street Edmonton (780) 423-4811
Coast Terrace Inn 4440 Calgary Trail Edmonton (780) 437-6010
Community Services Bldg – Royal Alec 111 Ave and 103 St. Edmonton
Comstock Warehouse 10833-178 Street Edmonton (780) 483-8803
Concordia High School Edmonton Edmonton (780) 479-9390
Continental Inn 16625 Stony Plain Road Edmonton (780) 484-7751
Continental Treat 10560 82 Avenue Edmonton (780) 433-7432
Crestwood Community League 14325 96 Avenue Edmonton (780) 452-4254
Crestwood Curling Rink 14317 96 Ave Edmonton (780) 452-4174
Croatian Hall 10560 98 Street Edmonton (780) 423-6897
Crowne Plaza Chateau Lacombe 10111 Bellamy Hill Edmonton (780) 428-6611
Delta Edmonton South 4404 Calgary Trail Edmonton (780) 434-6415
Delta Suite Hotel 10222 102 Street Edmonton (780) 429-3900
Delton Community Hall 12325 88 Street Edmonton (780) 477-3326
Delwood Community League 7505 Delwood Road Edmonton 475-2450
Derrick Golf and Winter Club 3500 119 Street Edmonton (780) 437-1833
Dickensfield Community Center Edmonton
Dovercourt Community Hall 13510 Dovercourt Avenue Edmonton (780) 455-5557
Druze Center 143 St & 134 Ave Edmonton
Duggan Community League 3728 106 Street Edmonton (780) 436-6987
Dunluce Community Hall 11620 162 avenue Edmonton (780) 456-3978
Dutch Canadian Club 13312 142 Street Edmonton (780) 452-2861
Eastwood Community Hall 11803 86 Street Edmonton (780) 477-2319
Edith Rogers Junior High 8308 Millwoods Road Edmonton (780) 462-3310
Edmonton Country Club 6201 163 Street Edmonton (780) 487-1150
Edmonton Elks Lodge Center 11933 106 Ave Edmonton (780) 451-0584
Edmonton Flying Club Bldg 18, #49 Airport Rd Edmonton
Edmonton Garrison Community Center Moins Avenue and Highway28A Edmonton
Edmonton Garrison Miltary Fitness Center Edmonton Garrison Edmonton
Edmonton Garrison WO/Sgt Mess Edmonton (780) 973-4556
Edmonton Inn/Ramada Inn 11830 Kingsway Avenue Edmonton (780) 454-5454
Edmonton Petroleum Club 11110 108 Street Edmonton (780) 474-3411
Edmonton Queen Riverboat Rafter’s Landing Edmonton (780) 424-2628
Edmonton Scottish Society Edmonton
Edmonton Ski Club 9613 96 Avenue Edmonton (780) 465-0852
Ekota Community Hall 1395 Knottwood Road E Edmonton (780) 462-5112
Elizabeth Seton Jr. High School 3711 135 Ave Edmonton (780) 478-7751
Elk’s Hall Edmonton #11 11823 129 avenue Edmonton (780) 454-4918
Ellerslie Recreation and Community League 530 71 Street SW Edmonton (780) 988-5784
Ellerslie Rugby Club 10950 Ellerslie Road Edmonton (780) 988-5245
Elmwood Community League 16415 83 Avenue Edmonton (780) 489-2179
Elmwood Park Community League 12505 75 Street Edmonton (780) 479-1035
Empire Park SW. Community League 4804 107 Street Edmonton (780) 434-4226
Erminineskin Community League 10709 32A Avenue. Edmonton (780) 438-6623
Evansdale Community League 9111 150 Avenue Edmonton (780) 457-0948
Evergreen Community Hall Mobile Home Park Edmonton (780) 473-6962
Evergreen Mobile Home Park 16700 10 Street Edmonton (780) 472-9777
Faculty Club 11435 Saskatchewan Drive Edmonton (780) 492-4231
Fantasyland Hotel West Edmonton Mall Edmonton (780) 444-3000
Forest Heights Community Hall 10150 80 Street Edmonton (780) 468-1798
Fort Edmonton Park Fox Drive Edmonton (780) 496-8778
Forum Inn 11845 73 Street Edmonton (780) 471-1231
Freemason Hall 10318 100 Ave Edmonton (780) 428-6476
Fulton Place Community Hall 5115 Fulton Road Edmonton (780) 466-8140
Garneau Community League 10943-84 Avenue Edmonton (780) 433-1806
Garrison Edmonton Greisbach WO/Sgt Edmonton Mess
Garrison Lecture Training Faculity Building 404 Edmonton
Gateway Lanes and Recreation Centre 100 3414 Calgary Trail NB Edmonton (780) 435-1922
German Canadian Cultural Center 8310 Roper Road Edmonton (780) 466-4000
Gini’s Resterant 10706 142St Edmonton (780) 451-1169
Glendale Golf and Country Club 12420 199 Street Edmonton (780) 447-3529
Glengary Community Hall 13325 89 Street Edmonton (780) 475-0984
Glenrose Rehab. Hospital 10230 – 111 Avenue Edmonton
Glenwood Community Hall 16430 97 Avenue Edmonton (780) 489-7571
Gold Bar Community Hall 4620 105 Avenue Edmonton (780) 469-6288
Golden Rice Bowl Calgary Trail South by Terrace Edmonton (780) 435-3388
Golden Sea Restaurant 1 Thornton Crt Edmonton (780) 424-5858
Good Sheppard Parish Hall 18407 60 Avenue Edmonton (780) 487-7765
Grace and Truth Gospel Hall 8108 130 Avenue Edmonton
Granite Curling Club 8620 107 Street Edmonton (780) 439-0695
Grant MacEwan City Center Campus Edmonton (780) 497-5040
Greenfield Community League 3803 114 Street Edmonton (780) 435-7833
Greenfield School 3735 114 Street Edmonton
Greenwood Inn 4485 Gateway Blvd. Edmonton (780) 431-1100
Grovenor Community League 14325 104 Avenue Edmonton (780) 453-1440
H.E. Beriault Junior High 8125 – 167 Street Edmonton (780) 489-5490
Hazeldean Community League 9630 66 Avenue Edmonton (780) 439-0847
Hellenic Community Hall 10450 110 St Edmonton (780) 454-2382
Heritage Hall 7406 139 Avenue Edmonton (780) 472-4511
High Park Community Hall 11032 154 Street Edmonton (780) 484-4646
Highlands Club 8930 Jasper Ave Edmonton (780) 424-2198
Highlands Community Hall 11333 62 Street Edmonton (780) 477-5350
Highlands Golf and Country Club 6603 Ada Blvd Edmonton (780) 474-4211
Highlands Masonic Hall 5526 118 Ave Edmonton (780) 474-0007
Hillview School 355 Woodvale Road East Edmonton (780) 463-8108
Holiday Inn Convention Center 4520 76 Avenue Edmonton (780) 468-5400
Holiday Inn Express 10017 – 179A Street Edmonton
Holiday Inn Express Downtown 10010 104 Street Edmonton (780) 423-2450
Holiday Inn The Palace 4235 Calgary Trail North Edmonton (780) 989-4432
Holy Cross Church Hall 9003 153 Avenue Edmonton (780) 478-4275
Hotel MacDonald 10065 100 Street Edmonton (780) 429-6454
Howard Johnson Inn 10010 104 Street Edmonton (780) 423-2450
Hugh Ross Building #104 10319 106 Avenue Edmonton (780) 426-6630
Hungarian Cultural Center 12845 – 68 ST. Edmonton (780) 475-7043
I.O.O.F. Hall 11201 95 Street Edmonton (780) 475-3128
Idylwylde Community Hall 8631-81 Street Edmonton (780) 466-7383
Inglewood Community Hall 12515-116 Avenue Edmonton (780) 454-6424
Inn On 7th 10001 107 Street Edmonton (780) 429-2861
Italian Canadian Seniors Assoc 9110 – 110 Avenue Edmonton (780) 421-9559
Italian Cultural Society 14230 133 Avenue Edmonton (780) 453-6182
J-2 CFB Edmonton CFB Greisbach Edmonton (780) 457-0190
Jasper House Hotel Fort Edmonton Park Edmonton (780) – 0
Jasper Park Community League 8751 153 Street Edmonton (780) 484-8749
Jasper Place Curling Club 16521 107 Avenue Edmonton (780) 489-6428
Jefferson Armouries Munisipal Airport/NAIT Edmonton
Jewish Community Center 7200 156 Street Edmonton (780) 487-0585
Jubilee Auditorium Edmonton (780) 427-2760
Kelly Salloon Fort Edmonton Park Edmonton
Kenilworth Community Hall 7104 87 Avenue Edmonton (780) 469-1711
Kensington Community Hall 12130 134 A Avenue Edmonton (780) 454-6885
Kilkenny Community Hall 14910 72 Street Edmonton (780) 478-1271
Killarney Community Hall 8720 130 A Avenue Edmonton (780) 475-2029
King Edward Park Community Hall 7708 85 Street Edmonton (780) 469-2468
Kingsway Legion 10425 Kingsway Ave Edmonton (780) 425-8654
Kinsmen Sports Center 9100 Walterdale Hill Edmonton (780) 496-7300
Knights of Columbus Hall Edmonton 10140 119 Street Edmonton (780) 488-0680
Knottwood Community Hall 445 Knottwood Road W. Edmonton (780) 462-7549
La Boheme Restaurant 6427 112 Ave Edmonton (780) 474-5693
Lakeshore Golf & Country Club 10845 195 Ave Edmonton (780) 973-6222
LaPerle Community Hall 18611 97 A Avenue Edmonton (780) 486-4426
Lauderdale Community League 12937 107 Street. Edmonton (780) 475-8664
Lauriier Heights Community Hall 14405- 85 Avenue Edmonton (780) 483-5503
Lawton Junior High 11602 40 Street Edmonton (780) 471-1052
Leefield Community Center 7910 36 Avenue Edmonton (780) 463-2456
Lendrum Community League 11335 57 Ave Edmonton (780) 434-2049
Lister Hall 116 Street 87 Ave Edmonton (780) 492-4281
Londonderry Community League Hall 14224 74 Street Edmonton (780) 475-4972
Lorelei Beaumaris Community Hall 16220 103 Street Edmonton (780) 456-2031
Lymburn School 18710 72 Avenue Edmonton (780) 487-1777
Lynwood Community Hall 15525 84 Avenue Edmonton (780) 484-4893
M Malmo Community Hall 11525 48 Avenue Edmonton (780) 435-1588
Maple Ridge Trailer Park Community Hall 65 Avenue & 17 Street Edmonton (780) 440-2677
Mayfair Golf And Country Club 9450 Groat Road Edmonton (780) 432-0066
Mayfair Hotel 10815 JASPER Avenue Edmonton (780) 423-1650
Mayfield Community League 10941 161 Street Edmonton (780) 483-4675
Mayfield Inn and Suites 16615 109 Avenue Edmonton (780) 484-0821
McKernan District Community Hall 11341 78 Avenue Edmonton (780) 436-7723
McLeod Community League 14715 59 Street Edmonton (780) 475-5712
McNally High School 8440 105 Ave Edmonton (780) 469-0442
McQueen Community Hall 10825 McQueen Road Edmonton (780) 455-3406
Meadowlark Community Hall 15961 92 Avenue Edmonton (780) 484-1287
Millhurst Community Hall 5811-19A Avenue Edmonton (780) 462-3493
Millwoods Banquet Facility South 9831 31 Avenue Edmonton (780) 438-4000
Mirama Restaurant 9431 Jasper Ave Edmonton (780) 425-3888
Molson House 12006 104 Avenue Edmonton (780) 428-1786
Montrose Community Hall 5920 119 Avenue Edmonton 471-2758
Moose Factory Calgary Trail Edmonton
Moose Lodge 14510 142 Street Edmonton (780) 457-6633
Mount Rose Hall 5920 119 Avenue Edmonton
Muttart Conservatory 9626 96A Avenue Edmonton (780) 496-8755
N Nait Arena Nait Campus, Princess Eliz. Ave. Edmonton
North Glenora Community Hall 13535 109A Ave Edmonton (780) 452-6610
North Milbourne Community Hall 980 Millbourne Road Edmonton (780) 462-9127
Northgate Lion’s Senior Center 7524 139 Avenue Edmonton (780) 496-7355
Northlands Agricom 116 avenue and 73 Street Edmonton (780) 491-3426
Northlands Park Spectrum 116 Avenue and 73 Street Edmonton (780) 491-3426
Northmount Community Center 9208 140 Avenue Edmonton (780) 476-8943
Norwester’s Athletic Association 151 Karl Clark Road Edmonton (780) 438-6922
Norwood Legion 11150 82 Street Edmonton (780) 479-4277
Oasis Entertainment Hotel/Neighborhood Inn 13103 Fort Road Edmonton (780) 448-9339
Old Scona High School 9359 67A Street Edmonton (780) 433-0627
Old Timers Cabin 9430 Scona Road (99 St Hill) Edmonton (780) 465-2139
Oliver Community Hall 10326 118 Street Edmonton (780) 420-0714
OTS Hall 2104 156 Street Edmonton (780) 988-5051
Ottewell Community Hall 5920 93A Avenue Edmonton (780) 469-0093
Our Lady of Fatima Church Hall 12311 55 Street Edmonton (780) 474-2805
Our Lady of Mount Carmel 10524 76 Avenue Edmonton (780) 433-1062
Our Lady Of Peace School 15911-110 Avenue Edmonton
Parkallen Communtiy Hall 11104 65 Avenue Edmonton (780) 436-0834
Parkview Community Hall 9135 146 Street Edmonton (780) 483-2098
Pins and Cues Entertainment Center 11723 Westmount Shopping Edmonton (780) 451-3000
Pleasantview Community Hall 10860 57 Avenue Edmonton (780) 434-3968
Polish Hall 10960 104 Street Edmonton (780)426-1856
Polish Veteran Hall 9203 144 Avenue Edmonton (780) 475-9366
Polish Veterans Country Club 127 St And 175 Ave Edmonton (780) 478-6020
Portuguese Cultural Center 12964 52 Street Edmonton (780) 473-2194
Prince Charles Community Hall 12033 125 Street Edmonton (780) 455-4712
Prince of Wales Armories 10440 108 Ave Edmonton (780) 496-8710
Provincial Museum of Alberta 12845-102 Avenue Edmonton (780) 453-9108
Pub in McCauley #25 10025 Jasper Ave. Edmonton (780) 428-0294
Queen Alexander Community Hall 10425 University Avenue Edmonton (780) 439-9046
Ramada Inn and Water park 5359 Calgary Trail Edmonton (780) 434-3431
Ranch Golf and Country Club 10 mins west of Edmonton
Red Baron Inn Meadowlark Mall Edmonton (780) 484-1118
Reid Bazaar, Fort Edmonton Park Mainstreet Edmonton (780) 496-8778
Reo Terrace Community Hall west end Edmonton
Ridgewood Community Hall 3705 Mill Woods Rd. East Edmonton (780) 450-6338
Rio Terrace and Patricia Heights Community League
15500 76 Avenue Edmonton (780) 487-0610
Ritchie Community Hall 7727 98 Street Edmonton (780) 433-7137
Riverbend Athletic Club 5637 Riverbend Road Edmonton (780) 438-4610
Riverbend Community Hall 258 Rhatigan Road East Edmonton (780) 437-7108
Riverdale Community Hall 9231 100 Avenue Edmonton (780) 421-1357
Romanian Centre 9005 132 Avenue Edmonton (780) 475-1422
Rosslyn Community Hall 11015 134 Avenue Edmonton (780) 473-3612
Royal Canadian Legion Kingsway 10425 Kingsway Edmonton (780) 452-8654
Royal Canadian Legion Norwood Branch 11150 82 Street Edmonton (780) 479-4277
Royal Gardens Community Hall 4030 117 Street Edmonton (780) 434-4359
Royal Glenora Club 11160 River Valley Road Edmonton (780) 482-2371
Royal Inn West Edmonton 10010-178 Street Edmonton (780) 484-8000
Rutherford House 11153 Saskatchewan Drive Edmonton (780) 427-3995
S Sacred Heart Church 10821 96 St Edmonton (780) 422-3052
Sandman Hotel 17635 Stony Plain Rd Edmonton (780) 483-1385
Sands Motor Inn 12340 Fort Road Edmonton (780) 474-5476
Santa Maria Goretti Hall 11050 90 Street Edmonton (780) 426-5026
Sawmill Convention Center 3840 76 Avenue Edmonton (780) 468-4115
Saxony Motor Inn 15540 Stony Plain Road Edmonton (780) 484-3333
Scottish Society 3105 101 Street Edmonton (780) 988-5357
Serbian Centre Edmonton
Shakers Acres 21530 103 Ave Edmonton (780) 447-3564
Shank’s Atlethic Club 9927 178 Street Edmonton (780) 444-2125
Shaw Conference Center 9797 Jasper Avenue. Edmonton (780) 421-9797
Sheraton Grande Edmonton Hotel 10235 101 Street Edmonton (780) 428-7111
Sherbrooke Community Hall 13008-122 Avenue Edmonton (780) 453-1428
Slovenian Canadian Association 16703 66 Street Edmonton (780) 476-7410
Snow Valley Ski Resort 13204 45 Avenue Edmonton (780) 434-3991
South Clairview Community Hall 3250 132A Avenue. Edmonton (780) 473-3593
Southwood Community Hall 1880-37 Avenue. Edmonton (780) 461-8133
Spruce Avenue Community Hall 10240 115 Avenue. Edmonton (780) 471-1932
St. Micheal’s Extended Care 74St and 139 Ave Edmonton (780) 473-5621
St. Vladimir Hall 12726 119 Street Edmonton
St. Agnus Parish Hall 10826 62 Avenue Edmonton (780) 434-3280
St. Andrews Center 12720 111 Avenue. Edmonton (780) 452-4444
St. Basil Cultural Center 10819 71 Avenue Edmonton (780) 434-4288
St. Charles Church Edmonton
St. Charles Parish Hall 17653 – 112 St. Edmonton
St. Dominique Church 14406-62 street Edmonton (780) 473-4259
St. Edmunds Center 13120 116 Street Edmonton (780) 453-1483
St. Francis Parish Center 6770 129 Avenue Edmonton (780) 475-3624
St. John Bosco Catholic Church 13503 – 40 St Edmonton (780) 478-0198
St. John Catholic Center 9830 148 Street Edmonton (780) 452-1504
St. Josaphat’s Recreation Center 9637 108 Avenue Edmonton (780) 421-9353
St. Joseph’s Basilica 11239 Jasper Avenue Edmonton (780) 482-2211
St. Michael Ukrainian Hall 12104-129 Avenue Edmonton (780) 454-8385
St. Nicholas Church 9507 Auston O’Brien Road Edmonton (780) 466-6770
St. Peter Columbus Club 2947 66 Street Edmonton (780) 462-7070
St. Rose School 8815 145 St Edmonton (780) 483-2695
St. Theresa Church Hall 7508 29 Avenue Edmonton (780) 463-8646
St. Thomas More Church 23 Ave and Twilligar Edmonton
St. Vladimir School 8024 – 129 A Avenue Edmonton
Stardust Drive in 5708 51 Avenue Edmonton (780) 469-1630
Steele Heights Community Hall 5825 140 Avenue Edmonton (780) 475-3553
Strathcona Community Hall 10139 87 Ave Edmonton (780) 439-1501
Strathcona Legion 10416 81 Ave Edmonton (780) 433-1908
Strathearn Community Hall 8777-96 Avenue Edmonton (780) 468-6556
Sunridge Ski Resort Sherwood Park Edmonton (780) 449-6555
Terra Losa Community Hall 9629 176 Street Edmonton (780) 489-5725
Twin Parks Community Leauge 1615 66 Ave Edmonton (780) 440-1933
Ukranian Catholic Church 9637 108 Avenue Edmonton (780) 421-9353
Ukranian National Federation 10629 98 Street Edmonton (780) 422-5246
Ulkranian Center 11018 97 Street Edmonton (780) 424-2037
Ulkranian Youth Unity Complex 9615 153 Ave Edmonton (780) 478-4881
Union Bank Inn 10053 Jasper Avenue Edmonton (780) 423-3600
Victoria Golf Club 12130 River Road Edmonton (780) 496-4914
Victoria Soccer Club 145 Ave 142 Street Edmonton (780) 457-3759
Villa Vesuvius 11368 95 Street Edmonton (780) 474-3039
Wellington Community Hall 13440-132 Street Edmonton (780) 453-3243
West Harvest Inn 17803 Stony Plain Road Edmonton (780) 484-8000
West Jasper Sherwood Community Hall 9620 152 st Edmonton (780) 483-2815
West Meadowlark Community Hall 9311 165 Street Edmonton (780) 484-6132
Westin Hotel 10135 100st. Edmonton (780) 426-3636
Westlawn Junior High 9520 – 165 Street Edmonton
Westmount Community Hall 10970 127 Street Edmonton (780) 454-2191
Westridge Park Community Hall Hwy 60 Devon Edmonton (780) 987-3311
Westridge/Wolf Willow Community Hall 505 WOLF WILLOW Road Edmonton (780) 481-3524
Westview Village Community Hall 10770 Winterburn Road Edmonton (780) 447-3345
Westwood Community Center 12139 105 Street Edmonton (780) 474-1979
Westwood Inn (Best Western) 18035 Stony Plain Road Edmonton (780) 483-7770
Whitemud Creek Community Hall 951 Ogilvie Blvd Edmonton (780) 430-7660
Willowby Community Hall 6315 184 Street Edmonton (780) 481-1456
Windsor Park Community Hall 11840- 87 Avenue Edmonton (780) 439-0902
Winnifred Stewart Association 11130 131 St Edmonton (780) 453-6707
Wolf Willow Westridge Country Club 168 69 avenue Edmonton
Woodbend Community Hall 9 Avenue Winterburn Road Edmonton (780) 470-3338
Woodcroft Community League 13915 115 Avenue Edmonton (780) 451-1473
Woodvale Community Center 4540 50 Street Edmonton (780) 462-2101
Yellowbird Community Hall 10704 19 Avenue Edmonton (780) 438-1318
Yellowhead Motor Inn 15004 Yellowhead Trail Edmonton (780) 447-2400