Learn how to make your own sauerkraut, see the tragic story of Lynne Harper and Steven Truscott unfold on stage and watch a fashion show at Hotel Arts.
Join us for multi-course dinners at the five best restaurants in the city.
This month, eat out at restaurants as much as you can, cheer for Denny Morrison at the Olympic Oval and dance to Celtic music at Heritage Park.
There are 76 restaurants and more than 100 prix fixe menus on offer during The Big Taste. If you can't eat at them all, be lured in by the menu items at these 15 restaurants.
Before the Tim Hortons Brier kicks off on February 28, learn some facts about this sport.
Find out what happened to Donald Crowhurst, try indoor rock climbing for free and learn how a large piece of textile art comes together.
The University of Calgary's Outdoor Centre's Snow Shelter course teaches city-folk starting February 24.
The answer: a magical fairy tale for adults by Kyall Rakoz.
Paint with a glass of wine in hand, hear your favourite Simon and Garfunkel songs and watch the cult classic Pretty in Pink.
Shrove Tuesday falls on February 17 this year. To celebrate, make elaborate pancakes.
It's fun and exhilarating but not for the faint of heart (or neck).
The Year of the Sheep is here. Stock up on red packets, throw fish salad as high as you can and let lion dances entertain you.
Some of the city's best parties for fashion are coming up in the next month. They are just the excuse you were looking for to dust off your fascinator, midnight blue suit or black and white ball gown.
A University of Calgary professor's new book looks for the truth about the green-eyed monster.
Curl with an old-fashioned broom, ice fish for trout and attend a poker-themed bike ride.
According to Gerardo Marquez, cycling in winter is a celebration of Canadianness that will make you feel alive. Also, what other festival includes biking on ice, poker and pool parties?