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June

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Burn Some Energy! Trico Centre Presents Nerf Wars and Super Soaker Wars

Calling all kids and kids at heart! Trico Centre for Family Wellness has brought the Nerf Wars back! They are offering this high-energy, fast-paced competition in two sessions with games tailored to children 6 – 12 years. Teen Nerf Wars are geared for a slightly older field of players (teens 13-17 years
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Triwood Used Lululemon, Ivivva & Triple Flip Sale (Family Fun Calgary)
Don’t Miss This Used Lululemon & Ivivva Sale

Check out a huge lot of used Lululemon and Ivivva sport and dancewear sale. Hundreds of items are for sale, with something for moms and their daughters all in one place. All items are sized (2 – 12), tagged, and hung on racks for easy shopping. (There is even a
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Vertigo Theatre is Bringing Back the Mystery

Vertigo Theatre, located at the base of the Calgary Tower, is home to the BD&P Mystery Theatre Series, which began with Agatha Christie’s classic, The Mousetrap, and plays such classics as Sherlock Holmes. While likely not suitable for younger children, many shows at Vertigo Theatre can be enjoyed by older
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Calgary Summer Events (Family Fun Calgary)
What’s On Your Summer Fun Bucket List? Find Calgary Summer Events Here!

Sponsored by Vivo Play Hubs Time is fleeting when you have kids — and so is the summer! What’s on your summer fun bucket list? Check out our guide filled with terrific Calgary summer events to help you find the best ways to spend your time. This summer, we want
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Wagonstage Theatre (Family Fun Calgary)
Wagonstage Theatre Presents Bee-trayal

Wagonstage Children’s Theatre is part of the University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts and they have a fun family show for you this summer called Bee-trayal. Join Wagonstage Theatre to learn about pollinators – those tiny but important creatures critical to the health of our entire ecosystem.
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Banff Sunshine Village (Family Fun Calgary)
Banff Sunshine Village: Hit the Slopes This Canada Day . . . Really!

Looking for something unique this Canada Day long weekend? Head to Banff Sunshine for a ski weekend! We’re not even joking. Banff Sunshine Village has announced that they are reopening for summer skiing from June 28 – July 3, 2022! (Weather and conditions, depending, of course.) So much snow this
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Canyon Ski Resort Alpine Roller Coaster (Family Fun Calgary)
Alpine Roller Coaster at Canyon Ski Resort

There’s a new reason to go to Red Deer this summer! The Canyon Ski Resort is putting in an Alpine Roller Coaster, with a projected opening date of June 25, 2022, so get ready to race through trees on a thrilling ride! The Canyon Coaster will be over 1300 metres
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Breakfast on the Dairy Farm (Family Fun Calgary)
Breakfast on the Dairy Farm

Are you up for a little drive? On June 25, 2022, make the short drive to Buffalo Rock Dairy in Didsbury to enjoy a FREE breakfast served by local dairy farmers! You can experience a firsthand experience of what life on a dairy farm is all about, with a variety of
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ContainR Art Park Events (Family Fun Calgary)
ContainR Art Park Events: Ballet in the Sun

It’s the opening weekend of the containR Art Park and on June 19, 2022, you’re invited to Ballet in the Sun, with two unique and talented dance schools, Hattori/Williamson School of Ballet and Ballet Bodies YYC. For tickets and more information, see here. In the event of a show cancellation,
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Summer Fun in Calgary: Get the Best Value for Your Dollar!

For Calgarians, summer is to be enjoyed. Despite the often unpredictable nature of the weather, Calgary has a pleasant summer season and wonderful events and attractions for families, plus, we have a Rocky Mountain playground only a short drive away. When school lets out this summer, make the most of
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