Amazin' Race Edson & Art in the Park

Team up, lace up and hit the Edson trails for an Amazing Race-style adventure, fashioned after the hit show! Then stick around the park to check out local art and join in crafts and other challenges.

Festival Dates: -
Location: Edson, Alberta

Team up with friends or family to run and compete in this Amazing Race-style adventure, hosted by the Edson & District Historical Society on Saturday, July 30 from 11am - 3pm. 

Teams will face upwards of 10 challenges as they navigate their way through town. You'll need strength, smarts and stamina to best these roadblocks!

Compete as teams of two or up to four players, with at least one participant aged 18. (All competitors must be at least 8 years old.)

Sign up your team to race today! Space is limited.

Between watching the challenges and cheering on racers, spectators can enjoy the Renaissance Art in the Park event which takes place at the same site, from 1 - 5pm.  

Amazin' Race Edson info

Start/finish gates: RCMP Centennial Park
Race start: 11am
End: 3pm
Awards: 3pm, Galloway Station Museum

Watch the excitement unfold from the RCMP Centennial Park site, where you can see the start, finish and several of the challenges of the day take place.

Following the race, teams are invited to enjoy a BBQ at Galloway Station, as awards are announced for top results and medals distributed to all participants.

For more details, racers and teams can find more race info here.  

Renaissance Art in the Park info

When: 1pm - 5pm
Where: RCMP Centennial Park  

Art will fill the park at RCMP Centennial Park! Explore local artwork at the artisan market, try some medieval games and let the kids run wild at the bouncy castles.

Feeling festive and artsy? Dress up in costume for a chance to win prizes.

Find more details for Art in the Park here.

About the Edson & District Historical Society

From the society website: "The Edson & District Historical Society (EDHS) was founded in 1975 to preserve and protect the artifacts and history of Edson and area, and the Board continued planning, hosting events, fundraising and working to manage the Galloway Station Museum in trust for the Edson and area residents for the next 30 years."

For more information visit the Edson & District Historical Society website.