March 21: Drink Up the Volume: Interviewing for Podcasts — The Calgary Casters group invites you to National on 10th to discuss your experience and ask your questions about interviewing.
March 22-23: SPEAK OUT! Community Conversations about Race, Anti-Racism and Inclusion — The Unheard Youth Podcast from the Centre for Race and Culture will launch during this symposium commemorating the 2019 United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
Tickets: By donation
March 23: ATB EMERGE — Attend this entrepreneurial summit for Alberta’s up-and-coming startups, via webinar. Speakers include Mike Wenzlawe of Calgary Heritage Roasting Co., sales expert Kim Orlesky, Andrew Obrecht of YYC Cycle, Dustin Paisley of Local Laundry and Hannah Cree of CMNGD.
March 23-31: Spring Break at EPL — Go on an epic adventure during spring break week in Edmonton! Make your family plans and head to an Edmonton Public Library location for fun and entertaining classes and events for all ages.
March 26: Wolf Pack YEG Talks Los Amigos — You’re invited to join German Villegas of Modern Manhood and Next Gen Men for an evening of discussion on male friendships. No speaker this time; just talking in small groups on how guys can find and keep healthy friendship.
Free: Donations accepted
March 27: The 4th Line Live: Nick Watches the Colorado Avalanche Championship Video — Red Wings fan Nick Seguin lost a bet to Avs fan and fellow 4th Line co-host Carl Landra. So Carl is subjecting him to Colorado’s championship video, and has invited us all to watch. Tune in at 6 p.m. MDT.
Free on Zoom
March 29-31: ATB Datathon - Solve for Alberta, solve for the world — ATB Alphabeta calls on exceptional problem-solvers to gather at MacEwan University in Edmonton to use data science tools to come up with some solutions in the fields of mental well-being, precision agriculture or customer of “one” (tailoring banking services). Come as a team or as an individual.
Tickets: $25 to $30
April 4: Secret Feminist Agenda and Peer Reviewing Podcasts — Join Hannah McGregor of Secret Feminist Agenda and Witch, Please!, and Siobhan McMenemy of Wilfrid Laurier University Press in an engaging conversation at Mount Royal University on the topic of podcasting and open access publishing.
April 5: Podcasting for Multiple Publics — Podcaster and Simon Fraser University assistant professor Hannah McGregor offers a workshop at Mount Royal University on podcasting at the intersection of academia, activism, and accessibility.
April 8: It’s Time: A Conversation about Domestic Violence in Edmonton — The Forward Thinking Speakers Series features a screening of The War at Home, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Coun. Bev Esslinger and featuring Sue Languedoc, Johanna Baynton Smith, Jackie Foord, and Nneka MacGregor. Presented by the Edmonton Public Library and the Edmonton Community Foundation, in partnership with the City of Edmonton.
April 17: Edmonton Business Association luncheon — Karen Unland gives a talk on how podcasting can be part of a business’s marketing efforts. She’ll give an overview of podcasting in general and share four ways that small businesses can get involved.
Tickets: $50 for non-EBA members
June 22: PodSummit: After the Start — Western Canada’s podcast conference rolls into its third year with a one-day conference focusing on how to grow once you’ve started. Proudly built by podcasters, for podcasters.
Ongoing: ATB Entrepreneur Centre events — Check out the events listings for sessions all over Alberta to help you build your business.
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