Mental Health Week is for community, schools, and workplaces to celebrate, protect and promote mental health through various workshops, events and activities. 

May 6 - Darkness Into Light Walk 
Have you or someone you know been affected by suicide or mental illness? Want to make a difference in the lives of so many affected by this? Join us May 6 while we bring Darkness Into Light.
Join us at 4:15 a.m. for a walk around the River Valley (12030 River Valley Road NW, Edmonton). This walk fundraises for the local Coordinated Suicide Prevention Program.  
May 7 - Nurture Your Mind: A Mental Health Week Celebration

The Tri-Municipal Region is excited to host Nurture Your Mind - A Mental Health Week Celebration for Community.

Join us for a variety of different activities and learning opportunities related to mental wellbeing. There's something for the entire family!


Drop In Activities

  • Animal & Nature Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Sound Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Food Truck
  • Lawn Games
  • & more

Activities offered will be both indoor and outdoor on the Pioneer Museum grounds, please plan accordingly.

Activities will be available from 12-3:30pm

*Please note registered sessions have either been cancelled or integrated into the afternoon programming, for any questions please contact 780-963-8583.

Food Truck will be on site from 12-3:30PM cash or debit required.

Visit the eventbrite link below for more information

May 7 - Jane's Walk FREE 

Jane's Walk is an annual community-led tour that encourages people to share stories about their neighbourhood and discover unseen aspects of their community. Each year, we explore a new topic to encourage residents to teach us about the community they call home, while using walking as a way to connect with neighbours. 

This year, in partnership with Mental Health Awareness Week, Jane’s Walk is exploring how form follows function in Stony Plain’s Old Town North. Join the conversation at 1:00PM on Sunday, May 7, at the Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum to move your body and nurture your mind!

Jane's Walk Map


Service providers in the Tri-Region Area have collaborated to host a Youth celebration intended to foster strong connections between youth and their community. This will be a fun- filled evening with drop-in activities, recreational sessions, food/snacks and connections to youth service providers! This event is available for free to youth ages 11- 24 in Parkland County, Stony Plain, and Spruce Grove. Please note recreation sessions may require registration. 


Location: TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre 221 Jennifer Heil Way, Spruce Grove

Date / Time: Tuesday May 2, 2023 at 4PM 

This event is a collaboration between City of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain, Parkland County, TransAlta Tri-Leisure Centre, Tri-Region Integrated Youth Services, Spruce Grove Public Library, Alberta Parenting for the Future, CASA, Native Counselling Services of Alberta, CHANGE Health and more youth-serving community organizations!

For any questions regarding the event contact Community Connector Michelle Enright at