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Everyone loves a good assassination plot. At least, that's at the heart of this campy comedy that took home four Tony Award wins back in 2014. Follow Monty Navarro as he attempts to kill his way to succession towards earldom and woo himself a lover along the way. This show is best for ages 13 and up, and comes with a buffet dinner.Find out more »
If you loved Stage West's Legends of Rock 'n' Roll, get ready to be just plum smitten with this new, chicken-fried musical revue. Spanning from the '60s to the aughts, this deep dive into the wonders of the wild west is perfect for ages 16 to 96. Leave that red solo cup at home; refreshments are included in the ticket price.Find out more »
Cyclepalooza is a ten day, do-it-yourself bike festival where anyone can submit an event to its calendar. There are a wide variety of ride-related events you can attend with or without or bike — all non-automobile forms of transportation are encouraged. A yearly highlight of Cyclepalooza is its Bike Prom concluding the festival on July 20 with a ride from St. Patrick's Island to Sunalta. Illustration by Adrienne TollasFind out more »
Re-experience the magic of Hogwarts on the big screen as the Harry Potter series returns to Canyon Meadows Cinemas this summer. Every Wednesday until August 28, Canyon Meadows will screen one of the eight Harry Potter films at two showtimes, 10 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Frozen butterbeer will be served at the concession on show days for an extra taste of the wizarding world. Screening dates for each film can be found here.Find out more »
Celebrate and support Alberta's emerging artists in a natural setting as Theatre Calgary's "Shakespeare by the Bow" returns with A Midsummer Night's Dream. Using Prince's Island Park as a set, the playwright's classic tale of love, identity and confusion will be performed by an all Alberta-educated cast. Admission is available by donation for this seasonal Theatre Calgary tradition.Find out more »
Join Anne Logan, a local book reviewer, and other book lovers to discuss Taffy Brodesser-Akner's novel Fleishman is in Trouble. There will be snacks, beer, wine and a selection of non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase at the event. Photograph courtesy of Wordfest.Find out more »
Bring your kids to learn the basics of fishing with clinics offered throughout the summer at the Bow Habitat Station. Sessions include learning best practices, understanding the regulations, fish identification and casting through classroom lessons and hands-on activities. All youth participants must be joined by a paid adult to take part. Two hour novice sessions for ages six and older are offered Thursdays and Saturdays, and one hour junior clinics for ages four to six are offered Fridays and Sundays.Find out more »
Families are encouraged to attend the grand opening of the new Kids & Company location in downtown Calgary. There will be an official ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. as well as family-friendly activities and tours of the facility happening during the event. Kids & Company is an early learning and child care provider that operates across Canada and the United States. Photograph provided by Kids & Company.Find out more »
This adaptation of W.O. Mitchell's second novel follows the delightfully unusual Daddy Sherry. In the lead up to his 117th birthday, Daddy Sherry cracks up the locals with his blunt manner and infamous feud with a neighbourhood dog. Rosebud Theatre’s tradition is to serve a scrumptious buffet before showtime, but tickets for just the performance portion are available as well. Evening shows start at 8 p.m. with dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m. Matinees begin at 1:30 p.m. with lunch…Find out more »
Secret Cinema returns this summer with another collection of mystery 16mm film screenings. Pairing with local Calgary organizations, the screenings will allow a curated glimpse into the collection of over 2,000 films acquired by the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF) in 1997. Film titles remain classified until the night of the event due to copyright reasons, meaning you'll have to be there when the film begins to find out what's showing. The presenters for this year's Secret Cinema series…Find out more »
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