Learn about ethical fashion during this week-long series of events that runs from April 23 to 28.
The Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF) celebrates its 15th anniversary this month. Here's a look back at the stories behind Saturday morning all-you-can-eat-cereal cartoon parties, Q & A sessions with tires and more.
Whether you prefer to run for the challenge of it, for the fun of it or for the fundraising element, there are plenty of races you can register for. Here are some of the running events from April through to August you should know about.
Wheel Estate is a peer-to-peer rental facilitator for travel trailers and RVs.
On April 16, Wordfest will host author Kate Harris as a part of their Sane Takes on an Insane World festival.
Skip the hiking by riding the resort's Timber Chairlift to a mountain campsite.
There's a rhyme and reason to every room.
On April 11, join Don Hladiuk in Fish Creek Provincial Park for an evening of astronomy and (hopefully) catching a glimpse of a planet.
Professional salsa dancer Anya Katsevman talks about how she prepares for a performance, starting from picking the music to finally stepping on stage at the Calgary International Salsa Congress.
The Alpine Club of Canada operates more than 25 backcountry huts. If you book one, don't forget your booking confirmation, sleeping bag, water purifier and more.
This month, try yoga with cats, attend an all-you-can-eat cereal cartoon party during the Calgary Underground Film Festival and fill up on fries during Poutine Week.
Bingo with a punk rock twist takes place on Tuesday evenings at the Ship & Anchor.