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weekend fun

May 23 to 25; Calgary Boys' Choir Workshop. A three-day workshop for tenor and bass voices, be directed by the esteemed Gerald Wirth. Wirth, currently the artistic director of the Vienna Boys Choir and former Calgary Boys’ Choir artistic director (1991-1998), brings a wealth of experience and artistry to guide participants in this unique and collaborative musical experience. Learn more at calgaryboyschoir.com.

May 23 to 26; Rise Up Hot Air Balloon Festival in Medicine Hat. A free, family-friendly event happening in Medicine Hat. Over a dozen eye-catching hot air balloons will float amongst the Medicine Hat sky for four days. Learn more at tourismmedicinehat.com.

Until May 24; Inspired Curiosity – Exhibition. Inspired Curiosity showcases sensational work created by participants in the ArtRecruits program at Studio C (Prospect). ArtRecruits is an art-based workplace skill building program that teaches employment skills in the art studio rather than a classroom. Learn more at eventbrite.ca.

May 24, 9:30 to 11:30am; Birding on St Patrick's Island. Join Nature Calgary for a bird walk on St. Patrick's Island and observe the incredible variety of birds and wildlife found in their natural habitat. Your knowledgeable guide will share fascinating insights about the wildlife you encounter, making this a great educational opportunity for nature enthusiasts of all ages. Learn more at evexperience.eventcalendarapp.com.

May 24, 1 to 4pm; Trico LivingWell Open House & Summer Market. Trico LivingWell is hosting an Open House & Summer Market and everyone is invited to explore the vibrant new retirement community, showcasing Inclusive Living in Calgary’s most exciting seniors’ residence. Enjoy a guided tour of the private suites and exceptional amenities, then shop at the pop-up market. Learn more at tricolivingwell.com.

May 24 to 25; Dinosaur World Live. Remarkably lifelike, these enormous puppets will take over the Jack Singer Concert Hall stage, transporting audiences to a time when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Dinosaur World Live presents a host of impressive pre-historic creatures and introduces you to Miranda, the daughter of paleontologists, who grew up surrounded by dinosaurs on a far-away island off the coast of South America. Learn more at artscommons.ca.

May 24 to 25; Bert Church Live Theatre Presents: The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood by Nose Creek Players. Join Robin Hood and the characters of Sherwood Forest in an entertaining experience for the whole family. Nose Creek Players bring the classic story to life through a funny, "Monty Pythonesque" retelling of the classic story. Learn more at airdrie.ca.

May 24 to 28; Calgary Black Film Festival. The Calgary Black Film Festival (CBFF) aims to connect authentic Black stories with viewers of all colors and ethnic origins in Alberta at various venues. Learn more at calgaryblackfilm.com.

May 24 to June 2; Royal Canadian International Circus. Prepare for a spellbinding journey filled with a diverse array of thrilling acts, a visual feast of high production value; and an interactive extravaganza that promises an unforgettable experience for all. Join us under the big top at CrossIron Mills Mall for a circus adventure like no other in 2024. Learn more at royalcanadiancircus.ca.

Until May 25; Rosebud Theatre Presents: Chariots of Fire. One hundred years after the epic race at the 1924 Paris Olympics, relive the story of Harold Abrahams, the son of a Lithuanian immigrant Jew, running to overcome prejudice against his people and Eric Liddell, the son of Scottish missionaries, running for the glory of God! Based on the 1981 Academy Award-winning film. Learn more at rosebudtheatre.com.

May 25, 9am to 9pm; 1616 Hyundai HockeyFest: Calgary. The Ladd Foundation is thrilled to announce the arrival of 1616 Hyundai HockeyFest: Calgary, the world’s largest street hockey festival at Max Bell Centre. Learn more at calgaryroyals.ca.

May 25, 10am to 12pm; Michaels’ Kids Club: Friendship Bracelets. Join for Kids Club this week and make friendship bracelets to keep or share with friends as you head off for summer vacation. Learn more at canada.michaels.com.

May 25, 10am to 4pm; YouthLink Summer Safety Day. A day filled with great information and fun activities designed to remind kids of how to make the most of their summer while staying safe at YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre. Learn more at youthlinkcalgary.com.

May 25, 10am to 4pm; Calgary Baby and Tot Show. The Calgary Baby and Tot Show is a premier parenting event that is held in the Spring and designed to bring everything parents-to-be and new parents and young families need all under one roof. Featuring local and national exhibitors showcasing the latest in services, products, apparel, and toys at Spray Lake Sawmills Sports Centre in Cochrane. Learn more at calgarybabyshow.com.

May 25, 10am to 5pm; Vintage Redefined Market. True vintage, collectibles, re-purposed, reclaimed, oil and gas, jewelry, antiques, nostalgia, rustic, upcycled and more at Acadia Recreation Complex. Learn more at vintageredefinedmarket.com.

May 25, 11am to 1pm; Cineplex Family Favourites: Spider-Man into the Spider-Verse. Visit participating Cineplex theatres near you and watch a favorite family film each week for only $3.99. Learn more at cineplex.com.

May 25, 11am to 3pm; The Confluence Open House. Gather family, friends, and everyone else you know for The Confluence Historic Site & Parkland Open House! The Confluence will have all sorts of excitement for all ages, including drummers and dancers, Indigenous-led talks, walking tours, gardening activities, kids’ crafts and games, and even a petting zoo. Learn more at theconfluence.ca.

May 25, 11am to 4pm; Vegan Spring Mini-Fest. Come to the Vegan Spring Mini-Fest for family-friendly fun, arts and crafts vendors, and local vegan food at Inglewood Community Association Hall. Learn more at allevents.in.

May 25, 12 to 1pm; Apple Store Workshops for Kids: Draw Your Astronaut. The Apple Store in Market Mall frequently has workshops for kids and families. Get ready for an exciting adventure through space. Learn how to create your own astronaut in the iconic Peanuts style using the Procreate app on iPad Pro with Apple Pencil. Learn more at apple.com.

May 25, 12 to 2pm; Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides. The Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides is a national fundraising walk held in local communities in each province across Canada. Take part in Calgary’s at Bowness Park. Learn more at walkfordogguides.com.

May 25, 12 to 4pm; North Point School's Young Entrepreneurs Annual Business Fair. At the 8th Young Entrepreneurs Annual Business Fair, over 150 students in Grades K-12 showcased and sold their creations. For one day only, hundreds of Calgarians are able to shop at dozens of student businesses at one of Canada’s largest student business fairs. Learn more at northpoint.school.

May 25, 12 to 4pm; Summer of Legacy: Creative Corner. Visit the Move Up Showhome Parade in Legacy to turn the outside into your canvas with an outdoor coloring book by @calgarychalkartist Rozzie Lee, while you satisfy your sweet tooth with treats from the Kwality Ice Cream food truck. Learn more at legacylife.ca.

May 25, 12 to 5pm; Easy Days Pop-Up Market. If bustling springtime markets filled with some of Calgary’s best designers, artists, clothing curators, musicians and more are your thing, we have great news – it’s market season in East Village once again. They kick off with Easy Days Pop-Up Markets on May 25, a free, family-friendly event. Packed with local vendors and residents alike, Easy Days markets are a great opportunity to take in the vibrancy of the East Village.

May 25, 3pm; Spiritus Chamber Choir: Of the Soul. Prepare to be swept off your feet with grand finale of the season, Of the Soul. This is a sensational collaboration with Edmonton's own Chronos Vocal Ensemble that promises to leave you spellbound at Christ Church Elbow Drive. Learn more at spirituschamberchoir.ca.

May 25, 6 to 11:30pm; East Town Get Down Festival. Inspired by the thriving Calgary independent music scene, major festivals like SXSW, and the excitement of International Avenue, East Town Get Down will meld location and performance into an immersive event on 17 Avenue. Learn more at easttowngetdown.ca.

May 25; APEGA Science Olympics. The APEGA Science Olympics are interactive, inter-school events for students in Grades 1 to 12 at the Olympic Oval. Science Olympians use problem solving to develop solutions to a series of challenges that demonstrate how engineering and geoscience impact our everyday lives. Challenges are related to the Alberta school curriculum, and are developed by professional engineers and geoscientists, as well as local teachers. Learn more at apega.ca.

May 25, The Market at cSPACE Marda Loop. A vibrant fusion of arts, culture, and culinary delights! Join us for an unforgettable experience celebrating local talent and flavors. Learn more at cspacemardaloop.com.

May 25 to 26, 9am to 5pm; Saskatoon Farm Blossom Festival. The Blossom Festival will welcome guests shop the local vendors and explore the flowers of the orchard, watch the bees buzz with excitement, and discover the other features at the market. Learn more at saskatoonfarm.com.

May 25 to 26, 10am to 4pm; Airdrie Children’s Festival‎. The event will feature a Children’s Village play area, children’s entertainment, and inspiration stations. This event was created to inspire kids in learning activities with the goal of exposing them to future career opportunities at Nose Creek Park. Learn more at airdriechildrensfest.com.

May 25 to 26, 10am to 5pm; Heritage Park Festival of Quilts. For two days explore the Historical Village and admire hundreds of colorful quilts on display. And the Historical Village is open with all your favorites so you can experience the sights, smells and sounds of living history spanning from the 1880s to the 1950s. Learn more at heritagepark.ca.

May 25 to 26, 11am to 5pm; Calgary Serbian Fest. Experience Serbian hospitality for an entire weekend filled with fun activities for the whole family at Serbian Orthodox Church St Simeon. Learn more at serbianfest.ca.

May 25 to 26, 12 to 5pm; GlobalFest OneWorld Performances. What better way to experience new a culture than by attending the GlobalFest OneWorld performances. Participating cultural groups will set the stage and enrich your world with their traditional and diverse routines at Sunridge Mall on May 25 and Marlborough Mall on May 26. Learn more at globalfest.ca.

May 25 to 26; Calgary Reptile Expo. Explore a variety of vendors and displays dedicated to the love of reptiles. This is Canada’s largest not-for-profit reptile expo and you won’t want to miss it at the Genesis Centre. Learn more at showpass.com.

May 26; Calgary Marathon. The Calgary Marathon is a challenging, competitive and fun event with a race designed for everyone of any level. There is a 50km Ultra, full marathon, half-marathon, 10km, 5km family walk or run and kids’ marathon. Learn more at calgarymarathon.com.

May 26, 11am to 4pm; The Barn Artisan Market. The Barn Artisan Market has two floors of local vendors with unique, hand-crafted, and made-in-Alberta products at Shawnessy Barn. Learn more at thebarnartisanmarket.ca.

May 26, 12 to 6pm; Calgary Moves – The Summit for Dance, Yoga, Fitness and Sport. Calgary’s largest ballroom will showcase some incredible businesses in dance, fitness yoga and other sports at Westin Calgary Airport. Learn more at sparqproductions.com.

May 26, 1 to 3pm; BUMP CONNAUGHT Mural Tour. Explore Calgary’s open air street art gallery with an official guided mural tour led by the BUMP Festival! Learn more at yycbump.ca.

May 26, 3pm; Calgary Boys' Choir 50th Anniversary Concert. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Kathryn Berko, this event features performances by the workshop choir, current members of the Calgary Boys' Choir, and is joined by past directors including Paul Grindlay and Julie Freedman-Smith. Learn more at calgaryboyschoir.com.

May 26 to 27; Kiliii Yüyan: Life on Thin Ice. Through beautiful images and awe-inspiring moments, Arts Commons Presents’ National Geographic Live series takes you on a journey with their first Indigenous speaker, Kiliii Yüyan, to understand the native people and their relationship to a frigid land and its animals at Jack Singer Concert Hall. Learn more at artscommons.ca.

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good stuff

  • MRU CAMPS offers extraordinary kids extraordinary camp opportunities with more than 30 unique programs and themes focused on STEM, creative arts, as well as sports and outdoor activities.
  • JUBILATIONS PRESENTS - Journey to the 80"s DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’, and join Jubilations Dinner Theatre as they JOURNEY to the time when we were LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER, and we all had a TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART.
  • VERTIGO THEATRE PRESENTS - MS. Holmes & Ms. Watson - #2B on until June 9. Ms. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Joan Watson join forces to catch a murderer that is on the loose, though there seems to be a bigger game afoot.
  • ALBERTA DANCESPORT - Drop in Friday, May 24 for a fun night to learn Salsa!
  • ARTS COMMONS presents Dinosaur World LIVE! May 25, 2pm. Bring the whole family 25% off code DINOWORLDCC
  • MARY'S FESTIVAL - June 1, 11am to 4pm. Hosted on St. Mary's University campus grounds, enjoy interactive activities, carnival games, mermaid dunk tank and more!
  • CALGARY PUBLIC LIBRARY - Ultimate Summer Challenge. Read every day this summer and you’ll be eligible for incredible grand prizes. Registration starts June 1.
  • TACO WEEK - May 31 to June 9. Participating restaurants are offering a signature “Taco” and a signature “Margarita” on their menu
  • STAMPS LAUNCH THREE-AND-FIVE-GAME TICKET PACKS - The Calgary Stampeders are excited to launch, for the first time ever, three- and five-game ticket packs.
  • BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS CALGARY - Little Moments... Big Impact. Become a mentor.
  • BANFF MOUNT NORQUAY - Early Bird 24/25 Season Pass Sale. Discounts up to 50% off, ends June 2.
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May 27, 9am to 3pm; Elevate Aviation Cross-Country Tour. This tour brings together women guest speakers from diverse aviation backgrounds, including pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers, Royal Canadian Air Force members, airport operations experts, and aircraft mechanics. You can also delve into exclusive behind-the-scenes tours of local aviation facilities at Sunwest Aviation. Learn more at elevateaviation.ca.

May 27; LitCon Returns to Calgary Public Library. The literary arts festival is for classrooms from kindergarten to Grade 9 and encourages creativity, social connections, and skill development. Schools in the Calgary area can register for virtual sessions to learn more about literary arts while individual students can get inspired during in-person programs at select Library locations. Learn more at calgarylibrary.ca/litcon.

May 27, 11:30am to 12pm; Free Family Concerts in the Park. Join Sylvia Chave (Singing with Sylvia) for her Stay-Cation Tour, across Calgary. Five 30-minute shows for kids up to age eight. Bring your blankies, snacks and smiles and be prepared to wiggle and giggle rain or shine at Mount Pleasant Community Association. Learn more at singingwithsylvia.com.

May 29; 5 to 9pm; University District’s Night Markets. The market returns this May, featuring over 35 local vendors and an array of free entertainment for attendees to enjoy! Learn more at myuniversitydistrict.ca/nightmarket.

May 29, 6:30 to 8pm; Try Orienteering for Free. Do you know what orienteering is? The sport involves moving through terrain while map reading to help you choose the best route. The object is to run, walk, ski or bike to a series of points shown on the map, choosing routes that will help you find all the required points and get back to the finish in the shortest amount of time. Want to try it out? Do so with Foothills Orienteering for free at Edworthy Park. Learn more at orienteeringcalgary.ca.

May 29 to July 3; Curiosities and Oddities Walking Tour at Heritage Park. Discover the weird history behind artifacts across the Park on the new Curiosities and Oddities Tour. Learn more at heritagepark.ca.

May 30, 6:30 to 8:30pm; Reading by the Rivers Book Club - I'm Thinking of Ending Things. Do you have pressing thoughts on every book you read? Have special place in your heart for Canadian literature? Want to expand your community of fellow bookworms? If this sounds like you, then the Reading by the Rivers Book Club at The Confluence is the perfect program for you! Learn more at theconfluence.ca/bookclub.

May 30 to June 9; Paranormal Cirque (13+). Paranormal Cirque will expose you to a unique creation of combined theatre, circus, and cabaret with a new European style flare at WinSport. Learn more at paranormalcirque.com.

May 31 to June 1; Illia Ovcharenko performs Tchaikovsky. Encounter the impressive brilliance of Ukrainian pianist Illia Ovcharenko, winner of the 2022 Honens International Piano Competition, as he performs Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s grand Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Calgary Phil at Jack Singer Concert Hall. Learn more at calgaryphil.com.

Until June 1; Jubilations Junior Dinner Theatre Presents: Teenage Mutant Kung Fu Turtles. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have lost their groove; crime is all around them, but they are uninspired to stop it. Who should they stumble upon but a Panda with a particular tool they could add to their black belts. Will the turtles be inspired by kung fu? Or will it be too hard to get them out of their pizza boxes? Who will save the day? Learn more at jubilations.ca.

Until June 1; Cannonball! A Festival of Youth Theatre. Calgary Young People’s Theatre has seven youth-led shows in the Cannonball! Festival, as well as two staged readings at West Village Theatre. You heard that right – every show is directed, written, designed, stage managed, produced, and performed by youth age ten to 19. Learn more at cypt.ca.

Until June 1; Storybook Theatre Presents: The Music Man. The Music Man follows fast-talking traveling salesman, Harold Hill, as he cons the people of River City, Iowa, into buying instruments and uniforms for a boys' band that he vows to organize – this, despite the fact that he doesn't know a trombone from a treble clef. His plans to skip town with the cash are foiled when he falls for Marian, the librarian, who transforms him into a respectable citizen by curtain's fall. Learn more at storybooktheatre.org.

Until June 1; Jubilations Dinner Theatre: Journey to the 80s. Every decade has certain trends that develop… the 60’s had its hippie counter culture, the 70’s had bell bottoms and disco… but no other decade had the sheer explosion of pop culture like the 80’s. And so much of this cavalcade of wild styles and crazy quirks was a direct reflection of the music of the time. Learn more at jubilations.ca.

June 1; National Indigenous History Month Kick Off. Join Calgary Public Library at The Confluence (formerly Fort Calgary) to kick off National Indigenous History Month. This free, family friendly event will include a round dance, tipi raising and teachings, traditional Dene and Inuit games, art activities, and a screening of Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger. Learn more at calgarylibrary.ca.

June 1, 9:30 am to 2:30pm; Steel Dreamz Show and Shine. Family friendly Steel Dreamz Show and Shine at Charlesglen Toyota. You’ll find custom cars on display and family-friendly fun, like balloon animals and a pay-what-you-can barbeque. Learn more at steeldreamz.ca.

June 1, 10am to 4pm; Chestermere Family Fun Fair. Annual summer kick-off fair featuring a pancake breakfast, children's entertainment, trick riding, games and activities, junior steer riding, sheep herding demos, rabbit competition, food trucks, vendor market and more at Camp Chestermere. Learn more at rvcagsociety.ca.

June 1, 10am to 4pm; Cochrane Pet Expo. Enjoy a fun-filled day with all things animals at the Cochrane & District Agricultural Society Park. Learn more at quirksocial.ca/cochrane-pet-expo.

June 1, 11am to 4pm; Mary's Festival. This festival showcases the people (faculty, staff and students) of St Mary’s University through interactive activities, food, and entertainment designed to encourage participants and their families to move through the festival site and enjoy their day. Learn more at stmu.ca/event/marys-festival.

June 1, 11am to 6pm; Panel One Comic Creator Festival. Step into a world where creativity knows no bounds and discover an unforgettable experience at the Panel One Comic Creator Festival. This annual event celebrates local comic creators, showing off their talent and creativity at Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association. Learn more at panelone.ca.

June 1, 2 to 5pm; Bikes and Beats on the Hill. In partnership with Bike Calgary, Capitol Hill Community Association will host music in the park, free bike tune-ups c/o Velofix, food trucks, kids' activity station, Horticultural Society booth, and interactive inflatable games. Learn more at bikecalgary.org.

June 1, 7pm; Mount Royal Kantorei. Experience a profound journey from darkness into light at the Illuminare concert, featuring the 80 voices of Mount Royal Kantorei alongside the Kantorei Academy Orchestra. This exceptional evening of music showcases the luminous “Illuminare” by Elaine Hagenberg, a piece that encapsulates the theme of emergence from shadow into radiance at Bella Concert Hall. Learn more at mtroyal.ca.

June 1 to 2, Calgary Ukrainian Festival. The Calgary Ukrainian Festival exists to provide to the citizens of Calgary an informative, educational and entertaining festival that celebrates all aspects of the unique and rich Ukrainian heritage at Acadia Recreation Complex. Learn more at calgaryukrainianfestival.com.

June 1 to 30; Life Cycle. Life Cycle is a virtual cycling event in support of the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. Taking place throughout the month of June families and cyclists will ride towards their personal fundraising and distance goals as they make a difference for kids across Alberta. Funds raised through Life Cycle will support the Child Life departments at both Alberta hospitals. Learn more at lifecycleforkids.com.

June 2; Run Bowness. Don’t let the name fool you, you can run or walk in this community event. The race will begin at the Bowness Community Association and take participants through beautiful riverside views in Bowness Park and Baker Park. Support the Bowness Community Association and have fun jogging with friends and family. Following the race there will be a celebratory beer garden with live music in the Bowness Community Association greenspace. Learn more at runguides.com.

June 2, 10am to 2:30pm; World Partnership Walk in Calgary. The World Partnership Walk, Canada’s largest public movement dedicated to increasing awareness and raising funds to fight global poverty, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this spring. You are invited to sign up for the campaign and join us in person at Prince’s Island Park. Learn more at worldpartnershipwalk.com.

June 2, 10 am to 6pm; 4th Street Lilac Festival. This free one-day event is the start up to Calgary's vibrant festival season, and encourages citizens to shake off their winter blues and reintroduce themselves to the thriving creative community in our city between 12 Avenue and Elbow Drive. Learn more at lilacfestival.net.

June 2, 2 to 4pm; Michaels’ MakeBreak: Andy Warhol Inspired Pop Art. Celebrate Pride Month with art inspired by Andy Warhol. Just buy the Canvas and the supplies to make the painting are provided by Michaels. Learn more at canada.michaels.com.

June 2, 2:30 to 4:30pm; Rising Stars. Get ready for an extraordinary showcase of musical brilliance! Join the Calgary Civic Symphony for their eagerly awaited annual concert, featuring four remarkable winners of the Rotary Calgary Concerto Competition at Jack Singer Concert Hall. Learn more at artscommons.ca.

June 2, 4 to 5:30pm; All Ages Show - 24th Annual FunnyFest Calgary Comedy Festival. Come laugh with the whole family and see six comedy performers. Purchase food and beverages. Play bean sack toss at the Canadian Brewhouse, Calgary University District. Learn more at FunnyFest.com.

June 2, 7:30pm; Violins of Hope: Lenka Lichtenberg's "The Secret Poetess of Terezin." National Music Centre presents JUNO Award-winning singer and composer Lenka Lichtenberg, featuring Drew Jurecka and Rebekah Wolkstein on strings. Learn more at studiobell.ca.

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