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About Grow Centre:


10516 82 (Whyte) Ave, basement.


We are an Indigenous / Queer owned & managed co-working and event space that specializes in classes teaching traditional skills and education.


During the weekdays we are a co-working space. Folks needing a place to work outside of their homes, or while traveling.  We are curating a maker space for artists that includes access to Cricut machines, sewing machines & supplies.


During the evening and weekend we host or facilitate workshops! Perfect for beading & sewing workshops, this space is available to rent for hosting your own, or we can take care of registrations for you. 


The basement space is 3000 square feet divided into two rooms. We have a small kitchen with a dishwasher, fridge. Coffee & tea are supplied.


The main floor is a retail business including a full service bead store with fabrics, gift items & consigned goods by over 100 Indigenous artists as well as members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.  We also have a smaller workshop space in our studio upstairs.  Workshops in our studio must be during shop business hours.

Book daytime co-working or an evening class!


Now accepting evening and weekend class requests* please see our calendar of events for available times.


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Student drop-in $30 per day

Drop-in $45 per day

5 drop-ins $200

10 drop-ins $300

Unlimited drop-ins per month $350

Dedicated desk $375 per month

Private soundproof office : **FULLYBOOKED**

-$75 per half day / evening

- $110 full day

* Perfect for podcasting, therapy sessions, and consultations *

Workshop space /  meeting area: $45 per hour,  $90 per evening or $300 per full day, $500 per full weekend.


Please email with any further questions.

Tracy Bradley, Metis artist.


Tracy is located in amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton) Alberta; on Treaty six territory and the homeland of Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 4. 

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