For 10 days each July, Calgary gets back to its Western roots and whoops it up during “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth”. Visitors from the world over, together with the plaid- and Stetson-clad locals, take in exhibitions, concerts, competitions, the midway and all manner of ...Read More
Calgary’s festival season runs from May until October each year with many Festivals celebrating everything art, culture, music, friends, family and food!
You don’t have to be into riding horses to enjoy watching some world-class show jumping at Spruce Meadows! This premiere equestrian facility is conveniently located just at the edge of the city and hosts several top-tier show jumping tournaments throughout the year, including the ...Read More
Calgary is a great city for enjoying a wide variety of festivals: food, international culture, music and more… there really is always something to celebrate! Here are the festivals coming up in Calgary: Calgary International Children’s Festival (Click for Detailed Info) When: May 25-28, ...Read More
Western Canada’s largest outdoor quilt show is celebrating its 21st Anniversary at Heritage Park on May 28 and 29! Check out what the quilting community has been up to, take in a quilting workshop, or just gaze at the beauty and craftsmanship of these incredible works ...Read More
Kick off Calgary’s spring/summer festival season on June 5th at the annual Lilac Festival on 4th St. SW! This annual fest features blocks of great vendors plus plenty of fantastic entertainment. Look for the bouncy castle for the kids and Food Truck Lane, among ...Read More
G Day is a day of celebration and empowerment for girls ages 10 to 12. This full day event emphasizes connection, compassion and confidence in girls; girls explore topics of personal empowerment, body positivity, movement, leadership, global awareness, Sisterhood and more. An antidote to ...Read More
At 30 years old, the Calgary International Children’s Festival (May 25th to 28th) may be all grown up, but it’s still for kids and it’s more relevant than ever! Back in 1986, when the Calgary International Children’s Festival was first created, the whole idea was to ...Read More