12 pandemic-friendly things to do in and around Edmonton during the holidays
Words: NAIT staff
| Images: Leigh Kovesy, iStockphoto.com
9 Dec, 2020
Ideas inspired by the NAIT community
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – COVID be darned!
The pandemic and public health restrictions have put traditional holiday parties and gatherings with extended family on ice, but that doesn't mean you can’t enjoy a holiday season full of merriment and memories.
We present a list of fun activities you can do with the family – while still following all the rules needed for a healthy and safe holiday season.
Nothing beats the look – and smell – of a fresh Christmas tree, provided you know what to look for.
Leave the stress of the city and pandemic behind without having to stray too far with your family or cohort!
What better activity to celebrate the holidays than skating outdoors? Outdoor rinks are still open – with restrictions on numbers. The NAIT Ooks women’s hockey team offers these helpful tips for beginners.
Now that you’ve enjoyed winter in Edmonton, warm up with our favourite hot chocolate recipe.
Cooking with your kids is a safe, fun way to enjoy quality time – pandemic or not. Try your hands at sourdough, making stock or broth or roasting the perfect turkey.
It's the family craft project that's a double winner! Not only do you get to spend time as a family building a bird feeder, you can also enjoy birdwatching together!
Drop the needle and get your family grooving! Five tips for building a great record collection.
It’s a holiday classic for a reason, so get decorating!
Skip cooking and get takeout from one of the dozens of Edmonton eateries with connections to NAIT culinary grads. They need your business more than ever!
What says quality time better than a board game? Enjoy these recommendations from the folks at Board N Brew.
Hungry after all that unwrapping? Try this tasty and simple recipe for fantastic flapjacks.
Read, be silly, play video games, whatever. We have this time together, so enjoy it with advice from 100.3 the Bear's Yukon Jack.