Guide to Edmonton & Area Dining + Shopping Itineraries / Crawls featuring Women-Owned Businesses

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International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, while also putting out a call to action for accelerating gender equality.

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #EachforEqual.

“Celebrating women’s achievements and increasing visibility, while calling out inequality, is key.”

This is something we should all be doing year-round, but it’s always nice to have a day for it (like how I give love to my pets on National Pets Day, but obviously give them lots of love every single day too lol).

Last year for IWD, I created a blog post “Shop Local Guide” to women-owned Edmonton and area businesses. You guys gave it so much love, which was so heartening to see!

My intention with that post was not to suggest that you only shop at women-owned businesses. Absolutely support any and all businesses that sell what you’re looking for, provide great products, service and customer service, and whose values align with your own, regardless of whether they’re owned by women or not. Rather, the blog was meant to act as a resource if you wanted a very specific, local way to find, celebrate, and support women entrepreneurs and business owners in the Edmonton area, particularly on International Women’s Day, or any day—which is also the purpose of this year’s IWD blog!

Guide to Edmonton & Area Dining + Shopping Itineraries / Crawls featuring Women-Owned Businesses

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Below I’m suggesting a few itinerary or “crawl” ideas for dining and shopping at a few women-owned businesses in different Edmonton and area neighbourhoods!

Think of it like your own curated little day (or days!!!) out, supporting great local businesses (that also happen to be owned by great, local women!)

All itineraries are designed to be within walking distance (within the neighbourhood the business resides). This covers 80+ women-owned businesses in 28 itineraries across 16 Edmonton and area neighbourhoods!

  • 124 Street (5 itineraries) 
  • Old Strathcona (4 itineraries)
  • Whyte / Ritchie (1 itinerary)
  • 104 Street – Downtown (1 itinerary)
  • Downtown (2 itineraries)
  • Oliver Exchange / Brewery District (1 itinerary)
  • Highlands (1 itinerary)
  • Alberta Avenue (2 itineraries)
  • Chinatown (1 itinerary)
  • Magrath South (1 itinerary)
  • St. Albert (3 itineraries)
  • Sherwood Park (1 itinerary)
  • Spruce Grove (1 itinerary)
  • Stony Plain (2 itineraries) 
  • Leduc (1 itinerary)
  • Beaumont (1 itinerary) 

I tried to include food and shopping but in some instances you might find it all food, or all shopping. Feel free to mix and match itineraries in the same neighbourhoods if you want to really make a full day out of it!

And as with my other IWD / Women-Owned Business Guide, these suggested itineraries obviously do not cover ALL the great stores (women-owned or otherwise) in the respective neighbourhoods. It’s just some of my curated suggestions, and I tried to keep it as “walking distance” routes as possible (which narrowed down the list a lot—and yet, it still ended up being quite a long list, lol).

If you have suggested itineraries for specific neighbourhoods, let me know and I can add to this list too! Thanks to my pal Diane (@argenplath) for helping me with some of the research for these selected, close-proximity, women-owned businesses.

LAST UPDATED: MARCH 8, 2020

124 Street Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for 124 Street

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 7 minutes

START AT:

Elle’s Closet Boutique & Beauty10826 124 Street

  • Elle’s Closet Boutique & Beauty is owned by Michelle Bishop, and sells “fashion for the everyday girl”

HEAD TO:

Duchess Bake Shop – 10718 124 Street.

  • Duchess Bake Shop is co-owned by Giselle Courteau, and is a world-class bakery serving classic french macarons, croissants, tarts, cakes, and eclairs. Plus they sell gourmet baking ingredients and do wildly popular classes.

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parcel + prose – 10524 124 Street

  • parcel + prose is owned by Tracy, and is a cards, stationary, gifts and gift wrap store where paper is their passion!
Itinerary #2 for 124 Street

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 2 minutes

START AT:

Bloom Cookie Co. – 10350 124 Street

  • Bloom Cookie Co is co-owned by Ashley Benson-Gelasco, and is an egg & dairy-free vegan cookie shop with delicious treats plus an Instagrammable Wall!

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Peter Robertson Gallery – 12323 104 Avenue

  • Peter Robertson Gallery is co-owned by Camille Robertson, and is a large contemporary art gallery with regularly rotating exhibitions and events.

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Chocorrant Patisserie + Cafe – 10328 124 Street

  • Chocorrant Patisserie + Cafe is co-owned by Kai Wong, and is a cafe specializing in artisanal croissants, cakes, pastries, and more.
Itinerary #3 for 124 Street

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 8 minutes

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Blue Plate Diner – 12323 Stony Plain Road

  • Blue Plate Diner is co-owned by Rima Devitt, and is one of Edmonton’s long-standing favourite spots for breakfast and brunch food. They also have lunch, dinner, and a menu for vegetarians AND omnivores.

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Ascendant Books – 10310 – 124 Street

  • Ascendant Books is owned by Alice Powell, and is Edmonton’s longest-running source for metaphysical books, crystals, unique jewelry, tarot, aromatherapy, and other “treasures to feed your mind, body and soul.”

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The Gamers’ Lodge – 10459 124 Street

  • The Gamers’ Lodge is co-owned by Carissa Chan, and is a community-focused board game cafe and retail store offering coffee, food and nerdy collectibles.
Itinerary #4 for 124 Street

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 7 minutes

START AT:

Floc Boutique – 10106 124 Street

  • Floc Boutique is co-owned by Janelle Rocher and Sandra Correia, and is a boutique women’s clothing store that is “For the Love of Clothing” with a focus on Canadian fashion, offering wardrobe consults and styles.

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Henry’s Interiors – 10247 124 Street

  • Henry’s Interiors is co-owned by sisters Janice Funston and Kirsten Proulx, and is a design and decor store offering an eclectic range of furniture and home decor, styling, staging, space planning and more.

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So Pretty Cara Cotter – 10120 124 Street

  • So Pretty Cara Cotter is owned by Cara Cotter, and is a handcrafted, modern sterling jewelry boutique.
Itinerary #5 for 124 Street

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 3 minutes

START AT:

Frog Kissers Den – 10836 – 124 Street

  • Frog Kisser Den is owned by Harmony Csuhany, and is a unique women’s clothing store and gift shop.

HEAD TO:

Hideout Distro – 12407 108 Avenue

  • Hideout Distro is owned by Tory Culen, and is a distribution hub featuring a curated collection of quality goods from independent artists, designers and musicians.

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Tiramisu Bistro – 10750 124 Street

  • Tiramisu Bistro is owned by Seble Isaac, and is a super cute Italian restaurant that focuses on fresh ingredients and sustainable wines, plus they have pasta in cones!

Old Strathcona Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Old Strathcona

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 9 minutes

START AT:

When Pigs Fly – 10470 82 Avenue

  • When Pigs Fly is owned by Barb Moroz, and is a whimsical shop selling all sorts of home decor and gifts.

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WORKHALL Studio – 10552 82 Avenue

  • WORKHALL Studio is owned by Nicole Campre, and is a boutique and design studio focused on “artistry over commercialism.”

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Sugared & Spiced – 10334 82 Avenue

  • Sugared & Spiced is co-owned by Amy Nachtigall, and is a lovely bakery offering creative cookies, scones, cakes, hand pies (you gotta get a hand pie!), and more.
Itinerary #2 for Old Strathcona

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 9 minutes

START AT:

MEAT – 8216 104 Street

  • MEAT is co-owned by Saylish Haas, and is a popular restaurant serving authentic Southern BBQ.

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Cat Cafe on Whyte – 10111 82 Avenue

  • Cat Cafe on Whyte is co-owned by Vivian Deng, and is Edmonton’s first and only cat cafe, serving up a purr-fect brew alongside ameowzing company (cats you can also adopt!)

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Yelo’d Ice Cream and Bake Shoppe – 10152A 82 Avenue

  • Yelo’d Ice Cream and Bake Shoppe is co-owned by Ailynn Santos, and is an ice cream and bake shop serving Filipino and Asian-inspired treats.
Itinerary #3 for Old Strathcona

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 17 minutes

START AT:

Langano Skies – 9920 82 Avenue

  • Langano Skies is co-owned by Amsale Sumamo, and is a popular and authentic Ethiopian eatery.

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Bamboo Ballroom – 8206 104 Street

  • Bamboo Ballroom is co-owned by Kyla Kazeil, and is a fashion-forward Alberta shopping destination selling dressers, jumpers, tops, and more, plus trendy kids apparel too.

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La Boule Patisserie + Bakery – 8020 101 Street

  • La Boule Patisserie + Bakery is owned by Jennifer Stang, and is a French-inspired patisserie and bake shop specializing in sweets, cakes, and eclairs.
Itinerary #4 for Old Strathcona

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 12 minutes

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Cafe Mosaics – 10844 82 Avenue

  • Cafe Mosaics is owned by Jillian Khuong, and is a vegetarian and vegan waterhole.

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Rowena –  10544A 82 Avenue

  • Rowena is owned by Wendy Brydon, and is a boutique specializing in retro, vintage, modern pin-up style.

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Ávila Arepa – 10760 82 Avenue

  • Ávila Arepa is co-owned by Samantha Sandrea, and is a Venezuelan restaurant serving up authentic Venezuelan cuisine including gluten-free arepas.

Ritchie Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Ritchie

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 34 minutes
(Ritchie / East Whyte)

START AT:

Kind Ice Cream – 9551 76 Avenue

  • Kind Ice Cream is co-owned by Paula Shyba, Nicole Bhar and Candyce Morris, and is a small batch dairy and vegan ice cream scoops, sandwiches and pints shop.

HEAD TO:

Red Pony Consignment – 9940 – 82 Avenue

  • Red Pony Consignment is co-owned by Yannick Vienne, and is a fashion-forward consignment store specializing in alternative, independent, fashion-conscious clothes, shoes and accessories.

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Food in the Nūd – 9628 76 Avenue

  • Food in the Nūd is owned by Chrysta Morkeberg, and is a gluten-free, paleo, plant-based, whole food bakery.

104 Street Downtown Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for 104 Street Downtown

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 3 minutes

START AT:

Kb & Co – 10224 104 Street

  • Kb & Co is owned by Kristina Botelho, and is a casual, “conscious eats” cafe focused on healthy and delicious plant-based food options.

HEAD TO:

JACEK Chocolate Couture – 10140 104 Street

  • JACEK Chocolate Couture is owned by Jacqueline Jacek, and is an award-winning artisanal chocolate company.

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Tzin Wine & Tapas – 10115 104 Street

  • Tzin Wine & Tapas is co-owned by Kelsey Danyluk, and is a trendy wine bar with delicious Spanish and European tapas.

Downtown Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Downtown

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 8 minutes

START AT:

Tsujiri – 10173 109 Street

  • Tsujiri (Alberta) is co-owned by Sharon Wong, and is a Japanese matcha drink and dessert shop selling tea, lattes, ice cream and pastries.

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Audrey’s Books – 10702 Jasper Avenue

  • Audrey’s Books is co-owned by Sharon Budnarchuk, and is Edmonton’s oldest independent bookstore.

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Splash Poke – 10079 109 Street

  • Splash Poke is owned by Angela Wong, and was Edmonton’s first quick service poke restaurant. It serves fresh, delicious raw fish inspired by the Hawaiian islands. Splash Poke also has several locations across the city.
Itinerary #2 for Downtown

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 7 minutes

START AT:

Kunitz Shoes – 10846 Jasper Avenue

  • Kunitz Shoes is co-owned by Darlene and Morgan Kunitz, and is a family-owned and operated store serving up “really good shoes” since 1981.

HEAD TO:

Who Cares Wear? – 11222 Jasper Avenue

  • Who Cares Wear? Is owned by Michelle Bessette, and is women’s clothing boutique that caters to modern and sophisticated styles and does offerings personal styling services as well.

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Die Pie – 11215 Jasper Avenue

  • Die Pie, co-owned by Karuna Goodall, is a 100% plant-based (vegan) restaurant serving up “pizza pie to die for” and also includes many gluten-free options.

Oliver Exchange / Brewery District Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Oliver Exchange / Brewery Exchange

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 20 minutes

START AT:

The Art of Cake – 11811 105 Avenue

  • The Art of Cake, owned by Gloria Bednarz, is a cute, vintage-style cafe serving high-end cakes, cookies, pastries, lunch, beer, bubbles, and hosts events.

HEAD TO:

Plum Home + Design – 12021 102 Avenue (Oliver Exchange Building)

  • Plum Home + Design, owned by Jenna Pryor, is a lovely interior design and home decor boutique.

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Wilfred’s – 10429 121 Street

  • Wilfred’s, co-owned by Nicole Brandt, serves thoughtful, contemporary takes on classic food and drinks in the Brewery District.

Highlands Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Highlands

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 1 minute

START AT:

Majesty & Friends – 6421 112 Avenue

  • Majesty & Friends is owned by Julie Morrison, and is a modern design boutique offering a curated selection of local and Canadian artists, designers, and makers.

HEAD TO:

Mandolin Books and Coffee Company – 6419 112 Avenue

  • Mandolin Books and Coffee Company is owned by Lianne Traynor, and is a “treasured gathering place,” a used book store and cafe serving locally roasted coffee and variety of tasty food choices and treats.

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Be-a-Bella Candy & Gifts – 6510 112 Avenue

  • Be-a-Bella is co-owned by Kathy Prosser, and is a shop of “delicious and wonderful things!” including candies, pops, ice cream and gifts.

Alberta Avenue Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Alberta Avenue

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 3 minutes

START AT:

Paraiso Tropical – 9136 118 Avenue

  • Paraiso Tropical Latin Food Market + Kitchen is co-owned by Alba Gonzalez, and sells imported foods and goods from the Caribbean, Central and South America, along with Latin American hot food.

HEAD TO:

Bedouin Beats – 11805 94 Street

  • Bedouin Beats is owned by Michelle Kaplan, and is a dance studio specializing in belly dancing and other Middle Eastern, Hip Hop Fusion, Folkloric, Fusion dance styles, as well as a store selling purses, shawls, jewelry and more.

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The Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse – 9351 – 118 Avenue

  • The Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse is powered by dozens of volunteers and managed by the Arts on the Ave Board which is comprised of many women including Glynnis Lieb (President) and Christy Morin (Executive Director), and a community-focused cafe and event space.
Itinerary #2 for Alberta Avenue

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 13 minutes

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Mama Asha Cafe – 11745 95 Street

  • Mama Asha Cafe is owned by Saharla Aden, and is a restaurant serving up delicious East African / Somalian food—great portions and pirces!

HEAD TO:

Handy Bakery – 8660 118 Avenue 

  • Handy Bakery is owned by Yvonne Frias, and is a well-visited Portuguese bakery!

END AT:

Passion de France – 11812 86 Street

  • Passion de France is owned by Melanie Dogale, and is a cute little bakery with vintage Victorian decor and a variety of tarts, macarons, Viennoiseries, pies, croissants and more!

Chinatown Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Chinatown

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 6 minutes

START AT:

Boba Island Bubble Tea – 10588 100 Street

  • Boba Island Bubble Tea is owned by Melanie Aspiran, and is a family-owned bubble tea shop serving real fruit bubbles, shaken fruit teas, flavoured milk teas, coffee blends and more!

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Van Loc Vietnamese Sandwiches – 10648 98 Street

  • Van Loc Vietnamese Sandwiches is co-owned by sisters Yen Ngoc Thai and Anh Ngoc Thai, and has been selling some of the best and affordable Vietnamese submarine sandwiches (banh mi) in the city since 1997. 

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King Noodle House Pho Hoang – 10615 97 Street

  • King Noodle House Pho Hoang is co-owned by Hoa Sen Dao, and is one of the city’s top spots for Vietnamese beef noodle soup—pho, which it has been serving for over 22 years. Note: this is my (Linda)’s family restaurant! 

Magrath (South) Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Magrath (South Edmonton)

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 9 minutes

START AT:

Blue Gemini Hair Studio – 14115 23 Avenue

  • Blue Gemini Hair Studio is co-owned by sisters Sam Truong and Paulina Truong, and is an award-winning hair salon. Note: Sam is my (Linda’s) sister-in-law!

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Refinery Clothing – 14263 23 Avenue

  • Refinery Clothing is owned by Christy Stevenson, and is a curated clothing boutique for style savvy shoppers.

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Swish Flowers – 14225 23 Avenue 

  • Swish Flowers is owned by Sheryl Asp, and is a beautiful floral boutique selling fresh, quality, and creative floral arrangements and gifts. 

St. Albert Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for St. Albert

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 1 minute

START AT:

The Bookstore on Perron – 7 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • The Bookstore on Perron is owned by Kim Borle, and is an independent book store.

HEAD TO:

Candy Bouquet – 12 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • Candy Bouquet is co-owned by Karen Shermack, and is a specialty candy shop.

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Confections Cake Co. – #140 15 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • Confections Cake Co. is owned by Brittany Allen, and is a sells custom cakes, slabs, cupcakes, cheesecake, macarons, snacks and other treats.
Itinerary #2 for St. Albert

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 2 minutes

START AT:

Grapevine Deli – 10 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • Grapevine Deli is owned by J Wagner, and is a terrific little deli selling meats, cheese, soups, sandwiches and more!

HEAD TO:

Monjeloco Jeans – #103 – 20 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • Monjeloco Jeans is owned by Nora Furber, and is a shop selling Brazilian style jeans (“no ifs or ands, just great butts!”)

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Inspired Home Interiors – #220 – 15 Perron Street (St. Albert, AB)

  • Inspired Home Interiors is co-owned by Alana Gannon Schilf, and is a modern and contemporary design studio.
Itinerary #3 for St. Albert

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 11 minutes

START AT:

Corro Collective – 28 Muir Drive, St. Albert, AB

  • Corro Collective is owned by Gwynne Turner, and is a boutique gif shop selling local, handmade products as well as event rental space.

HEAD TO:

Cerulean Boutique – 12 Saint Joseph Street, St. Albert, AB

  • Cerulean Boutique is co-owned by Jill Bulmer and Kelsey Bulmer, and is a women’s designer shopping destination.

END AT:

La Crema Caffe – 44 St. Thomas Street, St. Albert, AB

  • La Crema Caffe is owned by Jadranka Dzudzelija, and is popular cafe selling treats, drinks, lunch, and more!

Sherwood Park Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Sherwood Park

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 4 minutes

START AT:

Max & Maude – #160 11 Athabascan Avenue (Sherwood Park, AB)

  • Max & Made is co-owned by sisters Jill Williams and Lesley Bowman, and is Sherwood Park’s go-to place for kids clothes, shoes, toys and accessories!

HEAD TO:

Bella Maas Boutique – #168 – 11 Athabascan Avenue, Sherwood Park, AB

  • Bella Maas Boutique is owned by Lindsay Hedstrom, and is a boutique showcasing “the magic that is Canadian and local fashion.”

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Cafe Haven – 9 Sioux Road, Sherwood Park, AB

  • Cafe Haven is co-owned by Mamiko Walker, and is a popular community cafe in Sherwood Park.

Spruce Grove Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Spruce Grove

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 17 minutes

START AT:

Raggs to Riches – 123 McLeod Avenue (Spruce Grove, AB)

  • Raggs to Riches is owned by Rita Brisbois, and is a unique vintage boutique with locations in Spruce Grove and Stony Plain.

HEAD TO:

Gifts & Gadgets – 111 1 Avenue E (Spruce Grove, AB)

  • Gifts & Gadgets is owned by Sharon, and sells, well you guessed it—gifts and gadgets including unique or hard-to-find kitchen items.

END AT:

Pretty Little Flowers – #2A 20 McLeod Avenue (Spruce Grove, AB)

  • Pretty Little Flowers is owned by Tarah Lazowski, and is a local florist selling flowers for all occasions, plus gifts.

Stony Plain Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Stony Plain

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 5 minutes

START AT:

One Man’s Treasure – 4912 50 Avenue (Stony Plain, AB)

  • One Man’s Treasure is co-owned by Dannyelle Lavallee and Joyce Berezan, and is an antique emporium and marketplace featuring unique treasures of all kinds.

HEAD TO:

Dara’s Luxury Decor & Coffee Bar – 5111 50 Street (Stony Plain, AB)

  • Dara’s Luxury Decor & Coffee Bar is owned by Dara Choy, and is a home decor, gift boutique and coffee shop in the heart of Stony Plain, Alberta.

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Parkland Potters Guild and Crooked Pot Gallery – 4912 51 Street (Stony Plain, AB)

  • Parkland Potters Guild and Crooked Pot Gallery is run by volunteers, but has an executive team comprised of women including Jan Haines (President), Jen Lloyd (Past President), and Marion Majeau (Treasure). The gallery features original, affordable pottery, sculptures, collectibles and other gifts, and classes/workshops are also run through the location.
Itinerary #2 for Stony Plain

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 18 minutes

START AT:

Whimsical Vintage Creations – 3919 49 Avenue (Stony Plain, AB)

  • Whimsical Vintage Creations is owned by Kyla Tetley, and whimsical home decor, furniture, paint, and art classes.

HEAD TO:

Shelly’s Finds – #117 – 3919 49 Avenue (Stony Plain, AB)

  • Shelly’s Finds is owned by Melody, and is a home decor and giftware shop that sells art, pottery, clocks, jewelry and more.

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Twenty Eight Urban Kitchen – #108 4807 44 Avenue (Stony Plain, AB)

  • Twenty Eight Urban Kitchen is co-owned by two sisters Penny Young and Carolane Young, and is a restaurant serving western and Filipino-Asian breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Leduc Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Leduc

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 2 minutes

START AT:

It’s a Crock Country Store – 4711 50th Avenue (Leduc, AB)

  • It’s a Crock Country Store is co-owned by Sandra Ulickij, and is a country home decor store selling furniture, lighting, decor, candles and more!

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Bee & Kee Boutique – 4809A 50 Avenue (Leduc, AB)

  • Bee & Key Boutique is owned by Rebekah, and is a women’s clothing consignment store encouraging you to “renew, reuse, and recycle!” 

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Leduc Coffee Shop– 4728 50 Avenue (Leduc, AB)

  • Leduc Coffee Shop is co-owned by Karen Richert, and is more than just a cozy cafe, it’s a place to connect, relax, discuss, and feel like home!

Beaumont Women-Owned Business Itinerary/Crawl Ideas

Itinerary #1 for Beaumont

Total Walking Time To All Stops: 2 minutes

START AT:

Chartier – 5012 50 Street (Beaumont, AB)

  • Chartier is co-owned by Sylvia Cheverie, and is a rustic, French-inspired restaurant with an amazing brunch, baked goods, burgers, and more. 

HEAD TO:

Butterfly Boutique – #103 5010 50 Street (Beaumont, AB)

  • Butterfly Boutique is owned by Kirsten Bles, and is a boutique dedicated to inspiring women in both fashion and decor.

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Virtu Boutique – 5004 50 Street (Beaumont, AB)

  • Virtu Boutique is a women’s boutique focusing on sustainable fashion that is ethically produced. 
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Holy cow you made it to the end! 

Honestly when I started putting this list of itineraries / crawl ideas together I did not realize how long it would end up being—truly a testament to how many great women-owned businesses there are in the Edmonton area (and how in-close proximity so many are!) 

Just like my Guide to Women-Owned Businesses in the Edmonton Area, I think these itineraries could go on and on! If you own a business and want to be added to that overarching directory, shoot me a message! I am also taking suggestions for the itineraries as well however this one will be trickier to update as the walking distance / neighbourhood requirements are a bit more specific.

Once again,

Happy International Women’s Day!

I hope you share this post and use this post to help support and celebrate women not only today, but EVERY DAY. Don’t forget it’s not only supporting and celebrating, but also about calling out inequality too. 

Thank you for reading my blog! 

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