Christmas In Inglewood

Nobody Does Christmas Like Inglewood!

Leave the mall and ‘shop local’ this festive season on Calgary’s favorite, historic, walkable main street!

Saturdays from November 26th-December 17th: Take a photo with Santa, enjoy live music (indoors and outside) on the Music Mile, and enjoy free hot chocolate*.

Baby, you are gorgeous, but your eyebrows are out of control! Inglewood has your party season beauty needs taken care of with 20+ salons, barber shops and beauty spas.

Have a partner or friend who is more of a sitter ( read: ” I need a cold beer and a warm seat”) than a shopper? Live music venues including The Blues Can,The Ironwood and The Attic will check that box!

Art galleries including the Esker foundationVivian Art, the Collector’s Gallery of Art and Circa Vintage Art Glassallow for contemplation and a rest from the bustling main street!

Inglewood is Calgary’s historic brewery area- for international award-winning microbrewery beer ( or a classy cocktail at the historic Off Cut Bar or trendy new Business and Pleasure)  after a busy day of shopping- you have come to the right place.

And last, but definitely not least… the many independent, creative, curated businesses will fill your gift needs. And you will be doing what you love to do-having a great day while shopping local!

Tune in to our Instagram for updates on Christmas In Inglewood events.

*while supplies last

Heritage Calgary Haunted Inglewood Walking Tour

Heritage Calgary Haunted Inglewood Walking Tour


What is up all you ghouls and goblins?! It’s almost Halloween – an extra spooky time of year where we indulge in sweet treats, dress up in our favourite costumes and dig into old slasher films of mask wearing, machete wielding maniacs. Whether you are out partying with Hellfire Club, trick-or-treating, or blissfully tucked in for a Treehouse of Horror marathon, there is absolutely something for everyone to enjoy this Hallow’s Eve – you can almost smell the sweet scent of candy corn in the air. Here In Inglewood, we are home to some of the city’s most haunted sites. With this in mind, Heritage Calgary has prepared a spooktacular, haunted walking tour of several of our community’s paranormal points for your viewing.

































Deane House


While most people know the Deane house as one of the city’s top restaurants and brunch spots, the heritage home has a surprisingly haunting past. Originally built for the superintendent of Fort Calgary, it later became a rooming house in the thirties and carries a history of violence. Some report the faint smell of cigar smoke permeating through the rooms of the house, while other accounts include disconnected telephones ringing and the apparition of a pipe smoking man. One of the house’s greater paranormal occurrences is a blood-stain in the attic that changes in colour and size and a closet that reportedly unlocks itself. All things considered, the Deane House is a happening haunt in Inglewood.




Rouge (A.E. Cross Residence)

Built on the old A.E. cross residence, Rouge serves up some of the best dining in the city- paired with ghoulish phenomenon. The home’s first owner A.E. Cross was one of the original founders and financiers of the Calgary Stampede. Unfortunately, tragedy struck his family when two of his three children died of diptheria – some believe the Cross family may still haunt the building. Staff and visitors have reported mysterious apparitions of a floating woman, moving chairs, falling pots and doors slamming in the building while no one else is around – sounds pretty spooky to us.

Hose and Hound

House & Hound (Fire Hall No. 3)

Before the Hose & Hound transformed into the popular neighbourhood pub as we know today, it was originally the city’s No.3 Fire Hall. What sets Hose & Hound apart from other local haunts on this list is the paranormal sounds and sights from the establishment come from the animal kingdom. Allegedly, the city’s Fire Chief Cappy Smart owned a pet monkey who was put down after attacking a child. Staff and patrons have reported the spirit of the monkey still causes mischief in the building – knocking cans off shelves, starting the dishwasher and messing about the billiard tables. Cappy Smart alsoowned a horse who tragically died in a fire. Apparently, some can still hear the sounds of phantom horse hooves and neighs throughout the bar.


Suitor House


The suitor house is currently used by doctors as an office space, but it’s origins date back to a much more grim reality. A hospice of sorts, the building was originally intended as a space for sick, contagious patients to live out their final days. Later, it became a rooming house where the spirits of one young couple reportedly still haunt the venue. The husband fell fate to a gruesome death involving a rail car – he took pleasure in hopping on moving trains. The widowed wife parished shortly after of heartbreak and it is reported her spirit still stalks the halls of the suitor house.


New East Ward (Alexandra) School (Alexandra Centre Society)


The New East Ward (Alexandra) School is a long, rectangular, threestorey school of solid sandstone construction. A 1956 one-storey, concrete-block gymnasium addition which adjoins the southeast corner is situated in front of the school. At some point in this building’s 100-year-plus life, it had a caretaker named Joe. Joe was evidently a troubled man and one day he was found in the building’s stairwell, having hung himself. People working in the building say they see things in the shadows, and have heard footsteps coming from empty hallways, as if someone is still working their rounds.

Car Free Sundays

Car Free Sundays #InInglewood

Ditch those clumsy automobiles, pesky cylinder motors and take a stroll through the community of Inglewood via the ‘shoelace-express’. What we mean is, lace up those sneakers and/or grab your bicycle – Inglewood is launching Car Free Sundays again in 2022 during the month of August to encourage Calgarians to stroll and roll through the neighbourhood and support local businesses.

The main vein of Inglewood (9 Ave. SE from 11 St. to 14 St.) will be closed to all vehicles each Sunday through the month of August (14, 21, 28) from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Businesses will have the opportunity to extend their storefronts to the sidewalk to allow for visitors to enjoy Calgary’s original mainstreet without the weekend hustle and bustle of cars and trucks. Community dwellers and Calgarians alike can enjoy the neighbourhood in its organic state with live music by buskers, dining on expanded patios, and ample sidewalk shopping at some of the city’s best local retailers. In collaboration with the City of Calgary, the Inglewood BIA has designated alternate parking areas for visitors to the area. 

This initiative is also a homage to a time in Inglewood’s history when pedestrians were the only type of traffic. Inglewood is proud to be one of Calgary’s most accessible neighbourhoods by bike, with plenty of scenic cycling paths. It’s the perfect destination for those who want to leave their vehicles behind when visiting the neighbourhood for Car Free Sundays. 

Plant-Based Eats #InInglewood

Coming off the heels of Inglewood’s Plant-Based Stampede Breakfast, we figured there was no better time than the present to showcase some of the neighbourhood’s top spots for plant-based and vegan eats. Not just a trend, plant-based eating and veganism has seen a growing trend in recent years. For some, plant-based eating is a lifestyle and for others it is a welcome addition to their typical diet. Whether you’re a lifelong vegan, vegetarian or simply a weekday meat-eater, there are plenty of amazing plant-based dining options #InInglewood for you to try – here are some of our favourites.


A1 Burrito/Ol’ Beautiful Brewing Co

Nestled inside the comfy confines of Ol’ Beautiful Brewing co is a quaint food stand by the name of A1 Burrito. Self-proclaimed as Inglewood’s spot for authentic Mexican food, A1 Burrito serves a no-nonsense, tasty roster of burritos (obviously), quesadillas, tacos, chips and of course donas (donuts). Vegans and plant-minded eaters alike can typically count on chips with salsa and guac for a sans-animal dining experience, but the real home run is the vegan burrito. A delectable combination of pinto beans, poblano, white onion, guacamole and pico de gallo, the vegan burrito is a real crowd pleaser – best served with an ice-cold Mexican Lager from Ol’ Beautiful.


BiteYYC/Bea’s Cafe

Sibling shops BiteYYC and Bea’s Cafe certainly are a local favourite for Inglewood dwellers and YYC inhabitants alike. For starters, one can expect a quick, hassle-free shopping experience, complete with quality products. In addition, BiteYYC bolsters an impressive plant-based shopping section with a carefully-curated selection of plant based bites. Try Field Roast smoked apple & sage sausages for your next barbecue (a personal favourite), pasta sauces from local company Soul Bowl, or donair mheat from another local fave, Veghammer. For those looking to dine in, opt for the fattoush salad or avocado toast from Bea’s Cafe.


Vegan Street Taco Bar/The Attic

Sibling shops appear to be a common theme #InInglewood and Vegan Street Taco Bar and The Attic are no exception to this list. Brought to you by the owners of Vegan Street Beltline, the taco bar offers a 100% plant-based dining experience, serving tacos, bowls, and of course margs. Favourites include the No-Fish, Chipotle Chickin, Asada Portobello tacos and Lemon Tofu bowls. Stop by their gorgeous patio or upstairs terrace for the daily happy hour from 3-5 p.m. and 9-close for $5 dine-in tacos and draft beer. If you’re after plant-based pizza, then head upstairs to the attic for some ooey-gooey za, cooked to perfection in a stone-fired oven. 


Madison’s 12/12


When we think of Madison’s, nacho’s immediately come to mind. Images of deliciously decadent tortilla chips, smothered in cheesy (or plant cheese) goodness and premium, piled-high toppings may flood one’s vision. For vegan and plant-based eaters, we suggest the Mac N’ Cheese  Nachos – Macaroni noodles, cheese sauce (vegan), mixed cheddar (vegan), Spolumbo’s sausage, spring onion, house made ketchup, corn chips. Just as well, try the Mexican Nachos – Monterey Jack Cheese (vegan), lack bean corn salsa, jalapenos, Enchilada sauce, Greek yogurt (vegan), corn chips. And finally, if you’re not topping those nachos with delicious Jackfruit, then you’re missing out my friend. 


Canela Vegan Bakery & Café


Seriously though, when’s the last time you paid a visit to Canela #InInglewood? If the answer is never, then lace up and check out their location immediately. Canela offers an entirely plant-based bakery and cafe menu, specializing in handcrafted vegan pastries and beverages made with love. Our recommendation – begin your Canela experience with a caffeine fix in the form of a warm and creamy oat milk latte from the cafe – next we’re off to the bakery. For first timers you must try the sausage rolls – they can’t be beat. If you’re after a little something to satisfy your sweet tooth, the cinnamon rolls and handmade pop tarts will not disappoint.  


Highline Brewing


You can always count on Inglewood for a touchdown roster of local breweries and Highline Brewing is another which tops this list. While Highline may be notable for its craft brews and rotating cocktail menu, one of the best kept menu secrets are the veggie dogs. Sub out any hot dog for a veggie option and you’re good to go! The Sicilian is a real drool-inducer and comes topped with arugula; truffle mayo (sub out for vegan); fried mushrooms; nutritional yeast and served with house-made potato chips. For a beer pairing, try the Dadge Cucumber Ale, a refreshing summer brew that won’t over sweeten your taste buds. 

Inglewood Street Style

One of our favourite aspects of Inglewood is the colour, style and diversity the community frequently exhibits in its residents and habitants. Take a quick stroll down the 9th Ave stretch and see the intersecting fashion styles which highlight individual features in the community for yourself.


So what exactly is Street Style? By definition, street style is a specific fashion style and fashion culture – a comprehensive approach to fashion and includes styles which intersect, differ from mainstream fashion considerations and are based on individualism and not strictly focusing on current fashion trends. Street style is not about appearing ostentatious, pretentious, or flaunting affluence. Rather, it encapsulates self expression, authenticity and celebrates the distinct fashion choices which make up the community we work and play in. Frankly, Street Style is whatever you want it to be and by internalizing this sentiment, communities like Inglewood can effectively champion inclusivity, self expression and diversity in their neighbourhoods through a fashion vehicle. Individuals are able to express themselves wholly while being a part of a greater community.


To help celebrate Street Style #InInglewood all summer long, we encourage those to tag @inglewoodyyc in their photos of themselves in the community and use the hashtag #InglewoodStreetStyle. We would love to see what you’re wearing and celebrate the authenticity and diversity that YOU bring to our community.

Mother’s Day #InInglewood

A huge shoutout to the Mother’s and the maternal figures in our lives. For those who are grateful to have such a positive presence, Mother’s Day is a day to express our gratitude and show our thanks for all of their hard work and love. While every day should be considered a special day for mothers, we wanted to highlight several of our amazing shops here #InInglewood carrying the perfect gifts for mom this Mother’s Day

Fashion Revolution Week YYC/ Earth Day

Fashion Revolution Week is a global movement which raises awareness to the excess, overproduction, overconsumption and ethical concerns of the fast fashion industry, while placing a greater emphasis on slow fashion. In 2022, Fashion Revolution Week stretches from April 18-22, concluding on Earth day. Owner of Inglewood shops STASH Lounge and RICK RACK Textiles, Veronica Murphy is at the helm of the Fashion Revolution Calgary chapter and wants consumers to recognize more sustainable options and choices they may implement in their wardrobe. Veronica states “Fashion Revolution Week is about the true cost of doing business, the true cost of fashion – both environmental and social cost.”


So what exactly are the differences between fashion and slow fashion? Fast fashion emphasizes quantity over quality and focuses on the mass production of cheaply made, inexpensive garments, with considerable turnover. Veronica notes “fast fashion often sacrifices logical clothing design elements for the sake of saving pennies.”


The industry is responsible for ⅓ of global water pollution and up to 35% of microplastics found in our oceans. Alternatively, Veronica insists “slow fashion has more to do with creating a wardrobe made of quality pieces that last longer -the antithesis of fast fashion.” Veronica adds, “slow fashion really deemphasizes the cycle of fast fashion, so there is less manufactured, less textile waste.”


Slow fashion is all about sustainability, supporting local and the significance of ethical garment choices. It may be as simple as thrifting or researching your favorite clothing brands. Veronica urges consumers to take simple steps towards the slow fashion movement and individuals may achieve this by:


  1. Consuming less
  2. Supporting mindfully
  3. Supporting local
  4. Reusing and repairing garments
  5. Thrift/second hand garments

This week Veronica visited some of her favourite shops #InInglewood which are doing their part to augment the growing movement of slow fashion. We hope you visit these locations when making your next clothing purchase and have a happy earth day friends.

The Sounds of Inglewood

Do-re-mi-fa- So one of the brilliant things about the community of Inglewood is the plethora of venues we host that support live music. As one of the hardest-hit industries during the COVID-19 Pandemic, local live music requires our support more than ever. Unfortunately, it has always been one of the first institutions to lock down and one of the last to re-open. While many individuals consume vast quantities of music daily, we often do not stop to think about the various ways their existence contributes to our well-being. From the bonds and social ties, people create in music communities, to the cultural and economic bolsters they behold in many cities – live music benefits groups and individuals through a cornucopia of manners. Truly, we have all experienced a moment where a song helped us through heartbreak or let us healthily process our emotions? We know many of you are thirsty for some live entertainment, so we have compiled a list of some of our favourite live music venues along Music Mile #InInglewood


The Blues Can

The unofficial house of blues and a tried and true favourite #InInglewood is aptly named, The Blues Can. Featuring live music every night of the week, The Blues Can is a top choice for local music among many dwellers in the city. They are as famous for their hospitality as they are for the tasty tunes they deliver. Pop by for a show any night of the week or pay a visit on Saturday afternoons during their open blues jam which is best paired with a cajun fare.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.


The Ironwood Stage & Grill

Hosting over 400 shows a year, The Ironwood is one of the foundational purveyors of live music #InInglewood. From blues, jazz, folk and more, they curate a sensational roster of events throughout the year to satisfy all of your auditory cravings. In addition, their accessible restaurant and lounge are all-ages friendly and boast a menu of delicious eats.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.  


Festival Hall (Calgary Folk Music Festival)

If you are not familiar with the Calgary Folk Music Festival (CFMF), then get out from the rock you’re living under. All jokes aside, Festival Hall is the official headquarters for the CFMF. It is also a popular location for community gatherings, various events, markets, and CFMF live shows.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.  


The Attic Bar & Stage

Boasting a variety of live entertainment The Attic delivers substantially in three categories: cocktails, pizza and performance. Aside from their Thursday night live music series hosted by SunnyCider, the Attic champions burlesque, drag and comedy courtesy of The Chandelier ClubCarly’s Angels and a host of local comics. Come for the entertainment, stay for the mouth-watering pizza.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.


High Line Brewing

High Line Brewing may be one of the best kept secrets for music venues #InInglewood. Featuring an amass of events, their cozy establishment hosts curated music, trivia on Tuesdays and the experimental ambiance of Bug Incision on Sundays – the latter is best served with a cool (Chris) Dadge Cucumber Ale. So wet your whistle with a tasty craft ale or cocktail and enjoy the tunes.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.


The Dirty Duck Pub

Keep an eye out for Open Mic nights at the @dirtyduckpubyyc on Wednesdays. Sign-up is at 7:30 p.m. the day of, followed by performances at 8 p.m. Music, drag, comedy, spoken word are all welcome, and participants are allotted a 10-minute spot. Hosted by local musician Ainsley Christine, the first hour of the open mic is open to all ages. Bring your chops to the table at The Dirty Duck Pub on Wednesdays.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.


The Hose and Hound

As of the most iconic pubs #InInglewood, The Hose and Hound is more than just an establishment to wet your whistle and grab some tasty bites. This friendly and inviting neighbourhood pub features live music acts every weekend on Fridays and Saturdays. With warmer spring weather rolling in, you can be sure to catch great local acts in the comfort of their covered patio.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events. 


Gravity Cafe

Whoa, Gravity, stay for the live music and coffee. On second thought, you better throw a bottle or two of wine and a charcuterie board in there as well. Whatever your needs are, Gravity is sure to please. Their location #InInglewood boasts live music in an intimate setting, perfect for a night out with friends or family as an all-ages option.


Visit their Website for a list of upcoming events.  

Northern Reflections Augmented Reality Art Walk: Inglewood + East Village (guided walking tour Jan 29th at 1pm)

Augmented Reality (AR) adds graphics, sounds, touch and feedback into what we already see in front of us, through a device like an app on your phone. AR uses an existing display and overlays virtual information on top of it. You’ve probably already encountered AR without even realizing it – think Snapchat filters and Pokémon GO. Unlike Virtual Reality (VR) which transports you to a different world, AR transforms your own personal reality and perspective. The AR application, Augle, is available for download in the App Store and Google Play.


For the second year, Inglewood showcases business windows though a combination of mural, animation and music, viewed with the Augle App. The Art Walk takes place over Chinook Blast, from January 21st to February 28th, 2022, and this year includes East Village. Northern Reflection Augmented Reality Art Walk is a free, outdoors, immersive art experience for everyone to enjoy. Check out @inglewoodyyc as the tour rolls out.


Take the Art Walk to unlock a voting token worth $6 that goes directly to your favourite artist team.Once you’ve toured at least 12 windows you earn a voting token worth $6. That token is yours to give to the artist team of your choice. Up to 330 votes available.


This year’s windows in partnership with Inglewood BIA,and Calgary Municipal Land Corporation, presented by MAUD Collective and Chinook Blast. There are a total of 47 artists featured this year across 16 different murals.


Sneak Peak 


Sneak Peak runs from the January 21st to January 28th. The murals will be active during this time for anyone interested in early touring.



Guided Walking Tour 


  • Artists in attendance
  • January 29, 2022 at 1:00pm
  • Start at Sidewalk Citizen on the North Side of the building 618 Confluence Way SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0G1
  • Last location is Shoe Closet in Inglewood

More information on the Maud Collective website.


To speak with a participating artist or business, please contact: Katie Pearce,


Artist/Window List:


Sidewalk Citizen 


Mural title: Luminous Laughter




P: Sarah Slaughter      IG: @SarahSlaughterArt • Website• FB: SarahSlaughterArt


A: Mackenzie Bedford            IG: @mackenziebedford


M: Melody Stang




Mural Title: Springtime in Italy




P: Sarah Johnston IG@blk.dress.1313


A: Anthony Janicki 


M:Daniel Pelton


Shades of Sleep 


Mural Title: Beyond the Clouds




P: Yiting Hui


A: Barbara Peters


M: James Watson


Highline Brewery


Mural Title: Little Guys




P: Mantis Mei


A: Nicole Anne Santangelo


M: Robin Pradhan (Mabel, compsigh)


Studio Bell


Mural Title: Music Melts the Ice




P: Claudia Weigelsberger @weigelsberger


A: Claudia Weigelsberger


M: Howard Chapman


Hose and Hound


Mural Title: The Ghost Monkey




P: Doro Buch IG


A: Aylssa Koski @Alyssa_Koski_Art


M: BLVD NOIR @blvd_noir


King Eddy


Mural Title: Home of the Blues




P: Adrianne Williams @adrianne_c_williams


A: Evelyn Delgado @evvie_lightpirate ,


M: bracing, @bracing_lightpirate,


Shoe Closet 


Mural Title: Right Place Wrong Time




P: Mayb Instagram  Mayb_Art


A: Shaena E Trotman 


M: Thomas Thomas


Luna Blue Window


Mural Title: There sure are lots of bridges here.




P: Autumn Rogers insta – _probablyautumn


A: Brian ‘Bunny’ Batista@brianbunnybatista


M: Heather


8 Cakes


Mural Title: Sprinkled With Joy




P:Jessica Semenoff


A: Uii Savage @ai_fetish


M:Leif Olson (lokey)

Soleil Bistro and Bar


Mural Title: Juntos Bajo Los Rayos




P: Mckenna Prather Instagram: mckenna_prather_


A: Gene Cabarroguis


M: Jay Corey @jaycoreyfox


Good Earth East Village


Mural Title: Do tigers love coffee?




P: Lusine Manukyan


A: Reuben Scott Instagram:


M: I am the Mountain @iamthemountainmusic


Alt and Nupo Hotel


Mural Title: Fox & Fish




P: Tiffany Wollman instagram: tiffanywollman instagram:sunandmoondreamshop


A: Matthew Senn Instagram:


M: Benjamin


1216 Door 


Mural Title: Inglewood Map




P: Larissa Schuler


@schux_ (insta and tiktok)


A: Jarett Sitter instagram – @deepcuts


M: Natural Twenty


Circa Vintage Arts 


Mural Title: Fluid




P: Tiffany Cuffley


A: Matt Coffey


M: Mark Cruz (fatrok)


Brewers Apprentice 


Mural Title: Hoppy Holidays




P: Kiah




A: Laura Anzola Instagram: @iridescent_whale


M: Matt Blais @mattblaismusic

Inglewood Holiday Shopping Guide 2021

Ho ho ho, and a bottle of eggnog! Merry festivus to all you super pals in the community and beyond. The season of giving is upon us and as we reflect back on the past months, tidings of joy, comfort and relaxation await us in the coming weeks ahead. Whether it’s ugly sweaters, candy canes and mistle-toe, reuniting long-distance friendships, or arguing with your ultra-conservative relatives at family gatherings, everyone has a host of experiences to indulge in this December holiday season. Nevertheless, you can count on Inglewood as your one-stop-shop for gifts and more. From bits, bites, goodies, boozies, gifties and everything in between, our local roster of premium shops have just what you need to ensure your days are merry and bright. Now hang those stockings by the chimney with care and read our holiday guide for sweet local fare. 


Inglewood Breweries

Is beer the source of holiday cheer?! Just ask any of the fine folks at our local breweries. From Highline, Cold Garden, Ol’ Beautiful, Revival Brewcade and more, there’s no shortage of tasty craft pints #InInglewood. Stop by any of their locations and grab some take-home cans for the perfect stocking stuffer or fill up a growler or two to take your holiday dinner to the next level.


Madame Premier

Fearlously feminist and unapolagetic in their branding, the Madame Premier ethos incorporates an inclusive and open ambiance. They carry a variety of garments, clothes, accessories and stationary for feminine presenting individuals and anyone throughout the spectrum. Visit their location #InInglewood today or shop their online store for a host of fantastic holiday season gifts.



If you’re looking for presents or domestic decor, then Lemonceillo is your one-stop-shop. Specializing in gifts and home ornamentation, Lemonceillo brandishes an extensive catalogue of scents, soaps, trinkets, furnishings and literally anything in between. Specifically, they have a wonderful collection of holiday inspired goodies to elevate your living space this December and make the perfect stocking stuffer.


The Livery Shop

‘The children were nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of Milk Jar candles and Camp Brand crewnecks danced in their heads.’ Seriously though, The Livery Shop spares no expense in keeping their coffers stocked with a well curated selection of local brands and goodies. Just make sure to grab a little something for yourself when you do your gift shopping there this holiday season.


The Next Page

There’s something so cozy about cuddling up with a good book in a warm space while flurries fall from the sky and dance on the ground below outside your window. If it’s books you’re seeking, then head to The Next Page – one of Inglewood’s premier independent bookstores. Reading is knowledge and knowledge is power, so a proper paperback really is the gift that keeps on giving.


Poor David’s

Poor David’s #InInglewood knows how to have cheeky fun and at the same time takes their gift selection quite seriously. Whether you’re looking for saucy stationary, some playful plush, or a provocative enamel coffee mug, the good folks at Poor David’s have a little something to spice up your holiday gift bag.


Kent of Inglewood/ Knifewear

Neighboured cozily next to each other off 9th Ave lies sibling shops Kent of Inglewood and Knifewear – the local authorities on all things blades, suds and shaving. Whether you’re looking to introduce a loved one to the wonderful world of wet shaving, picking up a trusty new blade for your lumberjack relative, or searching for a new soap scent for the winter, Kent of Inglewood and Knifewear encompass a wide variety of thoughtful and practical gifts this holiday season.


Moonstone Creation

Inglewood’s number one purveyor of Indigenous goods, Moonstone Creation was founded by Woodland Cree/Métis from Treaty 8 practicing traditional beading and leatherwork as an art form. Their shops feature a beautiful collection of traditional Indigenous inspired clothing, garments, art and accessories. Support local Indigenous artists and choose Moonstone Creation for your holiday gifts this season.