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July 2019

Found 3 blog entries for July 2019.

Sunny days and warm temperatures are a welcomed sign of summer coming. But it’s not too long before things start to get hot in the house— maybe too hot.

Putting a large AC unit in every room of the house or installing a swimming pool in the backyard might seem like great ways to keep cool, they’re also hugely expensive.

Here are some tips to cool things down without breaking the bank.

1. Grow some houseplants
Some plants, like cacti and bromeliads, take in water from the air and so can help reduce humidity in your home. That keeps everything cooler.

2. Buy a dehumidifier
If the plants aren’t cutting it, buy a dehumidifier to do the same job of removing moisture from the air and making you feel cooler even at hot temperatures.

3. Close

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The Mac and Cheese Festival (July 5 – 7)
A celebration of the gooey classic favourite.

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival (July 5 – 14)
A whirlwind of acts, from dances to mimes, hits the streets.

Dog City Festival (July 13)
A new event that brings together dogs — and tries to break the world record for the biggest dog yoga class ever.

Taste of Edmonton (July 18 – 28)
Western Canada’s largest food festival that lasts for nearly two weeks.

K-Days (July 19 – 28)
An extravaganza of rides, games, music, food and adventure that kids and adults alike will love.

Interstellar Rodeo (July 26 – 28)
A must-see music festival that’s unique in more than one way.

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