The Extraordinary Oddities market is all about making a difference in our community.

We strive to positively impact the lives of our local artisans and our valued shoppers who are looking for unique products. But we don’t stop there…..


A portion of all of our market vendor fees will be distributed evenly between 4 charities that The Extraordinary Oddities market truly believes in. 



We believe it is important to make a difference in the lives of Cancer patients and through “Tushfest” a licensed and registered fundraising society, there main goal is to raise money to purchase parking passes for patients and family members at the Cross Cancer Institute, Patients receiving treatments, sometimes daily, or family visiting a patient.. the parking fees are a cost and burden nobody needs during times being tough.


C.A.M. –

The Centre for Arts & Music (C.A.M. program)  focus’s on youth  at risk in our community who would otherwise have few opportunities to participate in the arts.  There goal is to reach them during critical after school hours through music. At CAM, children learn how to write songs, play instruments and perform together on stage. In the process, they earn self esteem, respect for themselves and others, and much needed self confidence.

Donations are vital to the success of this program as most of the youth that participate in CAM do not have the financial means to participate.




Alberta Dachshund Rescue (ADR) is a non – profit organization with the purpose of rescueing, rehabilitating, and re-homing dachshunds in need. They are a network of experienced rescue people with a strong representation across the province. They envision a time when every dachshund in Alberta has a loving home for its entire life.



We believe that every person is valuable and that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or other-related dementias should not eliminate a person’s right to be treated as an individual with wants and needs who remains worthy of respect and consideration.

Our Mission

The Alzheimer Soceimer’s disease and other dementia; helps alleviate the personal and social consequences of the disease; provides education and support programs; and promotes and funds research into the cause, prevention and cure.

Our Vision

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.  We offer Help for Today through our programs and services for people living with dementia and Hope for Tomorrow by funding research.

About us

The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories supports individuals through seven regional offices: Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, and Yellowknife. Our programs and services complement the existing healthcare system. We advocate, serve and innovate on behalf of people with dementia, their families, and care partners. We connect individuals living with dementia to support, education, and resources and commit funds to research to find a cause and cure.