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Frightful Nights: Halloween Events in Calgary 2016

(Photo: Viktor Hanacek/picjumbo.com)

(Photo: Viktor Hanacek/picjumbo.com)

Things that go bump in the night are causing monstrous mayhem in Calgary this October. Get scared silly at these events in the spirit of Halloween.


Halloweekends at Calaway Park
Weekends through October 10
Don your costume and explore Hallo-Street, complete a scavenger hunt, and be thrilled on the rides. Line up to ride the roller coaster if you dare! This is a family-friendly event full of tricks and treats.

Calgary Corn Maze Flashlight Nights
September 30 & October 7, 14, 21
Navigate the Calgary Corn Maze after dark with just a flashlight and watch out for things that go bump in the night. Get there before dark to see pigs race and choose your own pumpkin from the farm’s patch.

Buttermilk Cinema
October 17, 24, 31
Every Monday night Buttermilk Waffles screens a movie (free of charge) and for the month of October they’re all Halloween-themed! Check out Death Becomes Her, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Shaun of the Dead, and order a delicious sweet or savoury waffle — it pairs with movies just as well as popcorn!

2016 Halloween Howl
October 23
Get the whole family in costume and take part in the 3K or 5K fun run/walks to raise awareness and support for life-changing diabetes research. There’s also a 10K chip-timed competitive run. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes!

Ghoul’s Night Out
October 27 – 30
This kid-friendly night at Heritage Park is perfect for families looking for a Halloween activity that is safe and fun. Dress in your costume and for the weather—the event is held outdoors—and get ready for carriage rides, witches’ flying school, a mad tea party, a monster mash dance, and more.

Thrill Calgary Zombie Flash Mob
October 29
Fans of Halloween, zombies, and Michael Jackson join forces for Thrill the World, an attempt to set a world record for the largest simultaneous dance to the horror anthem “Thriller.” Dress like a zombie, learn the Thriller dance, and join the flash mob—all participants welcome.

Monster Mash-Up
October 29 – 30
Kick-start your Halloween celebrations at this family-friendly event at TELUS Spark, Calgary’s Science Centre. Enjoy activities like pumpkin decorating and mad science. Or, perhaps the toy mash-up is calling your name—channel your inner Frankenstein and cut, sew, and glue together toys. (Grown-ups should check out the science centre’s blood-themed Adults Only night on October 13—prepare to get messy.)

Calgary Civic Symphony’s Space: The Final Frontier and Star Wars
October 30
Come dressed as your favourite Star Wars character to hear Gustav Holst’s great voyage through the astrology of our solar system and Calgary’s first live performance of the music from the latest Star Wars epic, The Force Awakens.


October 14 -15, 21 -22, & 27 – 31
Not recommend for children or the faint of heart, Screamfest is truly the event to be at for scare enthusiasts. Haunted houses (themes include The Bates Motel and Clown Town), chilling entertainment, and scary carnival games all make for a creepy and fun evening.

Fortune Falls
October 18 – November 5
Catalyst Theatre, who created the off-Broadway success Nevermore, is debuting a creepy new play about a haunted chocolate factory. It’s definitely not for kids, but those who are faint of heart need not worry: there’s lots of fun visuals, elctro-pop music, and humour among the spooky parts, too. Attend the October 29 show and stick around after the performance for a Halloween party.

Zombie Evasion
October 22
A 5k race like no other, Zombie Evasion will have participants on the run through North Glenmore Park trying to outlast and outwit a pack of vengeful zombies. Fortunately, the runners will have a slight head start over their pursuers. (There’s also a 1K Zombie Dash suitable for kids ages three and up.)

The Sinister SideShow
October 22 & 29
What happens when a ringmaster who doesn’t always play by the rules brings back something extra from one of his trips? Find out in this hair-raising interactive adventure from Calgary Ghost Tours that’s sure to amaze, mystify, and terrify.

Prohibition Era Cocktail: The Corpse Reviver #2
October 27
Be whisked away in a limo to Eau Claire Distillery’s barrel room where you’ll sample prohibition era cocktails, most notably the Corpse Reviver #2, but be warned — four Corpse Revivers in swift succession will result in the corpse being unrevived again. Transportation, four cocktails, snacks, and a distillery tour are included.

Dracula (Classical Ballet)
October 27 – 29
Get swept away to a Transylvanian village where something sinister lurks in the castle above. This legendary and opulent masterpiece is brought to life by the Alberta Ballet with mesmerizing choreography and extraordinary special effects. From the first kiss to the last bite, you’ll be entranced by this lavish production.

Green Fools Halloween Howl: Zombie Dance Party
October 28
This rollicking party features live bands Eve Hell and the Razors and Bigfoot Rocketship, along with DJ Tradgik Majik. And of course the legendary Green Fools will perform a smash up of circus, music, and immersive theatre. Get your tickets early, they tend to go fast!

Silent Movie: Metropolis (1927)
October 28
Secret catacombs, mistaken identity, a robot run amok — experience this spooky silent film with live accompaniment on the massive 1912 Casavant pipe organ of Knox United Church, improvised by Canadian concert organist J. Thomas Gonder. Suitable for ages 13 and up.

Dance With Dracula
October 29
Something wicked this way comes at the Azuridge Estate Hotel’s Halloween Haunted Gala. Grab a bone-chilling martini and make your way through the enchanted estate where you can be entranced by live DJ entertainment, dine on exquisitely frightening fare, and compete for the title of Best Dressed.

Ghosts and Gourmet
October 31 – November 2
Enjoy a frightfully delicious dinner, including ghastly ghost stories between each course, followed by a ghost tour through the dark and deserted streets of Heritage Park Historical Village. Get an exclusive after-dark look inside the park’s heritage homes to experience firsthand hauntings and spine-tingling stories.

50 + Things to Do in Calgary This Fall

Summer may be over, but with the crisp fall air comes plenty of things to do including theatre, concerts, and festivals! Read on for dozens of must-visit events in Calgary in September and October:


The Murmuration exhibit at Herringer Kiss Gallery runs September 8 - 24

The Murmuration exhibit at Herringer Kiss Gallery runs September 8 – 24

•  Visit the Gibson Fine Art Gallery for whimsical paintings celebrating various experiences of humanity by artist Angela Morgan September 29 – October 15.

•  See Day in the Life of a Prairie Boy, an exhibit at the Gibson Fine Art Gallery from one of Canada’s most popular hockey artists Bill Brownridge. It runs September 10 – 27.

•  See Explore the inner workings of over 80 studio spaces at five different locations within Inglewood and Ramsay on the East Side Studio Crawl on September 17.

•  In partnership with the Beakerhead Festival, Herringer Kiss Gallery presents Murmuration, a contemporary exhibit that is inspired by fireflies, chameleons, and starlings running September 8 – 24.


Red Green will perform in Calgary on September 28

Red Green will perform in Calgary on September 28

•  Bryan Callan, one of the original members of MadTV, performs October 20 – 22.

•  Globe-trotting storyteller Danny Bhoy performs his brand new show Commonwealth Comedian twice on October 21.

•  On September 30 – October 1, catch Canadian comedian Debra Digiovanni performing her standup comedy.

•  The I’m Not Fat I’m Fluffy star, Gabriel Iglesias, will perform on September 24.

•  Hilarious comedian Hannibal Buress takes the stage at MacEwan Ballroom on October 23.

•  Last Comic Standing alumnus Iliza Shlesinger performs her cheeky standup on September 9.

•  Clean comedian Jim Gaffigan is known for using little profanity in his standup routine and he will be playing in Calgary on September 30.

•  Fans of the Canadian cult classic The Red Green Show (and of duct tape) won’t want to miss the man himself when he stops in town on September 28.

•  Iconic female comedian Roseanne Barr (of the hit show Roseanne) will perform her stand up routine September 12 – 15.

•  The YYComedy Festival will run September 26 – October 1 with dozens of events including the gala show with Kids in the Hall alumni.

•  Mike Myers is known for his work and comedic movies including the Austin Powers franchise and Shrek, but at his exclusive event in Calgary on October 27 he’ll be talking about the funny moments in his new book Canada.


Iconic rocker Alice Cooper will perform at the Saddledome on October 15

Iconic rocker Alice Cooper will perform at WinSport on October 15

•  Canadian singer Alan Doyle first found fame as the lead singer of the folk band Great Big Sea, and has since carved out a successful solo career. See him on October 1.

•  See iconic shock rocker Alice Cooper on stage October 15.

•  Sing along to country star Billy Currington‘s greatest hits on September 16.

•  Join the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra as they play popular Disney songs alongside film clips projected on the big screen at Disney In Concert: Tale as Old as Time on October 7 and 8.

•  The controversial country girl-group Dixie Chicks will perform at the Saddledome on October 1 with “Ex’s and Oh’s” singer Elle King opening the show.

•  Iconic country performer Dolly Parton stops in Calgary on her Pure and Simple Tour September 16.

•  Rock out alongside the former lead guitarist and vocalist for Creedance Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, as he performs music from three albums the band released in 1969. He’s in Calgary on October 21.

•  Multiple Grammy award-winning country superstar Keith Urban performs his rock-country music on his Ripcord Tour in Calgary on September 15.

•  See Mavis Staples perform songs from her new album, Livin’ on a High Note on September 17.

•  Join two of Canada’s most popular rock bands, Our Lady Peace and I Mother Earth on October 19 at the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino.

•  Progressive performance artist electronic musician Peaches performs on September 26.

•  Get ready for a blast from the past when quirky pop band Prozzäk perform in Calgary on September 20 and 21.

•  American guitarist Steve Vai is celebrating the 15th anniversary of his album, Passion and Warfare, on October 9.

•  Rock out to Canadian punk-rock band Sum 41 on October 26.

•  Indie-pop duo Tegan and Sara return to their hometown on October 7.

•  On October 27, see Canadian country star Terri Clark perform on her Back to my Roots Tour.

•  English electro-pop/rock band The 1975 perform in Calgary on October 23.

•  The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the soundtrack to The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest on September 22.

•  “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” Scottish rockers The Proclaimers will sing their classic hits on October 8.

•  On October 19, JUNO award-winning six piece folk band The Strumbellas will perform songs from their latest album, Hope.

•  Taking after his famous father, Grammy award-winner Ziggy Marley belts out reggae hits.


The IlluminAsia Festival at the Calgary Zoo takes place September 8 - October 16

The IlluminAsia Festival at the Calgary Zoo takes place September 8 – October 16

•  Art and science come together in the fun and informative Beakerhead festival! Dozens of wacky events for all ages are scheduled to take place as well as public art installations. There’s something for everyone at this festival!

•  Watch dozens of new movies at the Calgary International Film Festival in all genres from Canada and all over the world. It runs from September 21 – October 2.

•  Raise a glass and celebrate beer at Calgary Oktoberfest on September 23 – 24, where visitors can sample dozens of brews from Germany and Calgary.

•  Put on your rainbow garb and celebrate love at this year’s Calgary Pride Festival. It runs through September 5, with the massive parade and outdoor park event on September 4 in downtown Calgary.

•  The Honens Piano Festival consists of various concerts and events throughout the city from September 8 – 11.

•  From September 8 – October 16, the Calgary Zoo is holding their IlluminAsia Lantern and Garden Festival where guests can enjoy lanterns displays, live entertainment, and a dazzling evening show. Note that the festival only runs Thursday – Sunday each week.

•  The family-friendly LEGO Imagine Nation Tour combines hands-on building activities with impressive model displays. Enjoy it September 9 – 11. (Use code LEGOWHERE to get 25% off tickets to Lego Imagine Nation Tour in Calgary).

•  Join the crowds at the outdoor One Love Music Festival that boasts an impressive lineup of rap and hip-hop artists. September 10 – 11.

•  Taste a variety of wines, beers, liquors, and spirits from around the world at the annual Calgary Rocky Mountain Food and Wine Festival running  the weekend of October 14 – 15.

•  From October 13 – 15, the grassroots music festival Widecut Weekend will have various blues and folk performers on six stage at various venues in and around downtown including the restored King Eddy.

•  Calgary’s literary festival, Wordfest, is packed with dozens of spectacular events that celebrate stories and ideas. It runs October 7 – 17 and prices vary by event.


•  Visit Heritage Park for their Ghosts and Gourmet event on either October 31 or November 1! Tuck into a delectable dinner in the Wainwright Hotel followed by a spooky outdoor tour.

•  Alberta Ballet will perform the iconic story of Dracula and his love Svetlana from October 27 – 29 with dazzling costumes, music, and choreography.

•  Enjoy ghoulish activities and Halloween-esque entertainment (including a fortune teller!) at Calgary Ghost Tour’s Fright Night Festival running Oct 22, 23, 29, and 30.


ParkLuxe takes place in Calgary on October 1.

ParkLuxe takes place in Calgary on October 1.

•  Celebrate autumn with Fish Creek’s Taste of Autumn event on September 16 with wine and beer tastings as well as a silent auction.

•  Have fun at the carnival-themed Circle the Wagons event on September 10, where guests can try local beer and the best food trucks in the city along with live entertainment.

•  Many of Calgary’s most intriguing buildings will open up their doors for an exclusive and revealing sneak peek of behind the scenes at the Doors Open YYC event on September 24. The best part? It’s free!

•  Dress to impress and head to Parkluxe, a luxury fashion show that showcases some of Canada’s premiere designers and artists on October 1. Plus, VIP ticket holders will score coveted front and second-row seats and gift bags!

•  The family-friendly Railway Days takes place at Heritage Park, where guests can learn more about steam locomotive trains with exhibits, activities, and train rides September 24 – 25.

•  Find decorating ideas from more than 350 exhibitors at the Calgary Home and Design Show September 22 – 25.

•  One of the world’s most well-known professional surfers, Bethany Hamilton, is coming to Calgary for her first-ever Canadian speaking engagement on October 6.

•  Comedian Steve Martin and The New Yorker‘s Adam Gopnik headline LOOK2016, an annual fundraiser and party for the new Contemporary Calgary gallery for contempoary art.


The Book of Mormon is playing from September 6 - 11 at the Jubilee

The Book of Mormon is playing from September 6 – 11 at the Jubilee

•  Eight women share unforgettable stories about life and love in Theatre Calgary’s ‘Da Kink in My Hair from September 6 – October 1.

•  See A New Brain, a story about a struggling composer who is diagnosed with a brain tumour and must come to terms with the problematic relationships in his life, from September 15 – 24.

•  Catch After Jerusalem, a romantic comedy play about a middle-aged schoolteacher finding love in Israel, on your lunch break from September 19 – October 8.

•  Baby Boomers will love Boom, a one-man show about pop culture, running from October 11- 29.

•  Shakespeare’s most despised character must come to terms with his death in Fat Jack Falstaff’s Last Hour, running from October 25 – November 5.

•  A mysterious new owner takes over a small town’s candy factory in Fortune Falls. See it at Arts Commons from October 18 – November 5.

•  Martians have landed in a town set in 1938 in It Came from Mars, running from October 7 – 15.

•  Using contemporary and traditional art and performance, Making Treaty 7 takes audiences on a journey in history to better understand Treaty 7, on from September 28 – 30.

•  Stage West’s Million Dollar Quartet is a musical number that tells the story of when Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley performed together at Sun Records in Memphis. Sing along September 9 – October 29.

•  Lose yourself in an immersive performance of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing at the Lougheed House until September 11.

•  Canadian actor Charles Ross brings his two smash hit shows to Calgary! Watch as he performs the Star Wars Trilogy and the Lord of the Rings Trilogy all by himself from October 18 – 19.

•  From September 23 – October 8, audiences can delight in Shakespeare’s Richard III, the story of the power-hungry and malicious younger brother of King Edward IV.

•  Travel back to the 1950’s with Calgary Jubilations’s Rock Around the Clock and sing along to all the hits from September 9 – November 6.

•  A millionaire is threatened by a blackmailer in the suspenseful The Big Sleep, playing at Vertigo Theatre from September 17 – October 2.

•  The hilarious Broadway hit The Book of Mormon is about two missionaries and their misadventures and is playing at the Southern Alberta Jubilee from September 6 – 11.

•  Set in a freight container, The Container is about five individuals wanting to arrive in England to start a new life. It runs October 20 – 31.

•  Join Storybook Theatre as they put on the classic The Paper Bag Princess from September 29 – October 22.

•  Touch is a blindfolded sensory adventure that blends storytelling with tactile sensations from September 14- 18.

•  Five Canadian women from diverse backgrounds wait out World War II in the funny and heartwarming Waiting for the Parade, running from September 13 – Oct 1.


Every Day is a Holiday: Where to Celebrate Wacky Holidays in Calgary

Succulent fried chicken at Cluck 'N' Cleaver

September is National Chicken Month! In Calgary, celebrate with some delicious fried chicken to-go at Cluck ‘n’ Cleaver.

Sure, we all know about Halloween and Thanksgiving, but do you know when National Taco Day or Chocolate Cupcake Day are? We’ve listed some great places in Calgary to celebrate fall holidays, no matter how wacky they are.

September: National Chicken Month
Did you know that September is deemed National Chicken Month? Celebrate this beloved bird at Cluck n’ Cleaver, where mouthwatering southern-friend chicken is the star of the show, along with homemade buttermilk biscuits, side salads, and homemade cookies. Also check out the popular chain Nando’s — famous for their mouthwatering peri peri sauce — which recently opened a funky, brand-new location on 17th Avenue.

September 3: National Beard Day
Get your facial hair a gift of grooming products from Kent of Inglewood, or pop by a barber shop such as Tommy Gun’sCannibale Barbershop, or Johnny’s Barber and Shop for a trim.

September 9: National Teddy Bear Day
Head to the Toy Shop at Heritage Park for a vintage-style teddy bear, or find a new furry friend at Livingstone and Cavell Extraordinary Toys.

September 16: National Guacamole Day
Watch as your server makes guacamole table-side at Añejo, or dive into the fresh guacamole and chips at Native Tongues. Make a return visit on October 2 for National Taco Day. Be sure to add a margarita for the celebration!

September 19: Talk Like a Pirate Day
Arrr, matey! Anchor your ship and enjoy a few rum cocktails and snacks at the Caribbean-themed Ricardo’s Hideaway. It’s a perfect spot for a pirate and fellow crew members.

September 21: National Mini Golf Day
Summer may be over, but you can still perfect your put at Winsport or Shakers Fun Centre.

September 24: National Cherries Jubilee Day
Did you know that the cherry jubilee was invented for Queen Victoria? Dine like royalty with this sweet treat at Hy’s Steakhouse. It’s an off-menu item, but also their signature specialty so you can order it any time.

September 25 – October 1: Banned Book Week
Celebrate diversity in literature and the freedom to read with banned books-printed notebook, socks, or a fun heat-reactive mug from the Calgary Public Library Store.

September 28: National Drink Beer Day
There are hundreds of places in Calgary to celebrate this day, but we recommend looking for ones with beers from local breweries on the menu: Big Rock Brewery, Wild Rose Brewery, Village Brewery, Dandy Brewing Company, Toolshed Brewing Company, and Banded Peak Brewing. Last Best Brewing and Distilling, Brewsters, and Trolley 5 Restaurant and Brewing are all brewpubs that create their own beers in-house.

September 29: National Coffee Day
It’s not hard to find a coffee shop in Calgary, but on this day especially we recommend visiting a local cafe. Get hyper-local and head to Phil & Sebastian, Analog, or Rosso; these cafes all serve their own locally-roasted beans.

Delicious pizza can be found at dozens of places in Calgary, including this potato and leek pizza from Posto, to celebrate National Pizza Month in October.

Delicious pizza can be found at dozens of places in Calgary, including this potato and leek pizza from Posto, to celebrate National Pizza Month in October.

October: National Pizza Month
Order up some tasty pies at local favourites Una Pizza + Wine, Without Papers, Pulcinella, Posto, PZA Parlour, or Double Zero. Don’t worry, we won’t hold it against you if you celebrate all month long!

October 1: National Vegetarian Day
Take a break from meat and head to The Coup or White Rose Vegetarian Kitchen for an all-vegetarian menu, or to Ten Foot Henry or Charbar where over half of their menus are comprised of meat-free dishes.

October 10: National Porridge Day
It’s time to celebrate this underrated breakfast item! Order up a bowl at Blue Star diner (we recommend the pumpkin and toasted walnut) or at Yellow Door Bistro for their steel cut oats with a homemade coconut cream and sliced peaches. Diner Deluxe also has a delicious oatmeal with a caramelized banana topping.

October 14: National Egg Day
Get crackin’ on October 14 and visit OEB Company for their amazing menu selection featuring dozens of options for eggs benedict, classic egg dishes, and omelettes.  At Bro’Kin Yolk all four of their eggs benny specialties are served on a homemade waffle.

October 18: National Cupcake Day
We know you don’t need a reason to indulge in a chocolate cupcake, but celebrate this day at Crave or Sweet Relief Pastries where delicious cupcakes (of all flavours!) are baked fresh daily. Sweet Relief Pastries even has a cupcake “happy hour” from 5 pm – 6 pm on weekdays where all cupcakes are only $2 each.

October 21: National Champagne Day
Order up a bottle of bubbly and toast this amazing day. Or, really indulge with a champagne dinner at Chef’s Table restaurant — you’ll be served a five course meal and six drink pairings from noted champagne brand Tattinger.







Where to Watch Outdoor Movies in Calgary Summer 2016

We all love spending an evening watching a good movie, but on a beautiful, warm summer day it can seem wasteful to spend time indoors on the couch watching Netflix. Luckily there are a few outdoor movie screenings happening in Calgary this summer that combine the best of both worlds.

Illustration by Greg Doble, Courtesy CSIF

Illustration by Greg Doble, Courtesy CSIF

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A Taste of the Tropics: Tropical Cocktails in Calgary

From tiki to tropical we’ve rounded up some fun tropical cocktails that will transform any day into a beach day. Whether you grab a coveted patio spot or not, you’ll be saying “aloha” to paradise.

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Magical Harry Potter Events in Calgary

Potted Potter. Photo by Brian Friedman

Potted Potter. Photo by Brian Friedman

Harry Potter Magical Midnight
Sunday, July 31 at 12:01 am
Re-live the rush of lining up to buy the latest Harry Potter book right at midnight with the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth book in the series. Most Chapters and Indigo locations in Calgary will be open late so you can be the first to buy the book, or pick up your pre-ordered copy and a free tote. Chapters Chinook is kicking things off at 10 pm with Butterbeer lattes from Starbucks and activities (including house sorting). Chapters Shawnessy is hosting a costume contest (so dress up like your favourite wizard, witch, elf, or giant) and playing Harry Potter trivia. If your little ones can’t stay up until midnight, visit Chapters or Indigo during the day on July 31 for fun Harry Potter activities and stories.
Tickets: Attending the event is free, but the cost per book is $23.99.

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PokéStops at Calgary Attractions in Pokémon Go

Pokemon Go

Trainers playing Pokemon Go at the entrance to Prince’s Island Park in Calgary. Photo by Dale Calkins.

If you haven’t heard by now, Pokémon GO is the augmented reality app game that’s extremely popular all around the world — including here in Calgary. Going on a quest to catch Pokémon has become a great way to explore the city and see some of its top neighbourhoods and attractions. Here are some places in Calgary that are popular for locals and Pokémon alike:

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Must-See Music Festivals in Calgary

Summer and music festival season are heating up, and you don’t have to go far to experience some great music! No matter what vibe you’re looking for, any of these large-scale local music fests will have you dancing and singing all day long.

Chasing Summer Festival in Calgary. Photo by Mike Hopkins, courtesy LiveNation

Chasing Summer Festival in Calgary. Photo by Mike Hopkins, courtesy LiveNation

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Studio Bell, Home of the National Music Centre, Opens in Calgary


It’s time to play the music at Studio Bell and, believe us, it’ll be music to your ears.
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100+ Things to Do in Calgary This Summer

You won’t be bored for a second this summer with all the events and activities happening in Calgary in July and August — there’s practically something to fill your calendar with every day. The best part is that many events are free or affordable. Cheers to a fun summer!

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Oh Canada! Canada Day 2016 Activities in Calgary

Our country’s 149th birthday calls for a celebration! We’ve rounded up some great activities to do around the city on July 1st.

Photo courtesy of Heritage Park

Photo courtesy of Heritage Park

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Whisky in Calgary

Selection of spirits at Vine Arts. Courtesy Vine Arts.

Selection of spirits at Vine Arts. Courtesy Vine Arts.

Whether whisky is your drink of choice or you’ve been curious to try it, deciding on a whisky to drink with thousands of varieties and price points available can be intimidating. Where Calgary chatted with Gabriel Cardarella — a trained whisky expert and the global brand ambassador for Dewar’s Blended Scotch Whisky — to get his advice on drinking and buying whisky.

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