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November 2019

What’s Up With Happy Hibernators

November 1 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bow Habitat Station, 1440 17A St. S.E.
Calgary, Canada
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You snooze, you lose! Make sure to stop by the Bow Habitat Station's Discovery Centre to learn about the local creatures who hibernate during our long winters. Experts from the Alberta Community Bat Program and the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation will be on-site to answer questions and help participants get hands-on with local species who hibernate through investigation stations. All activities are included with admission to the Discovery Centre. Photograph provided by Bow Habitat Station.

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Fast and Female Calgary Summit

November 3 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Markin MacPahil Centre, 151 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 5R5 Canada
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$65

The annual Fast and Female Summit is back in town for another year and will be featuring sessions and activities that focus on inclusion in sports. Girls (8 to 14 years old), leaders-in-training (15 to 18 years old) and parents and coaches will be able to attend: seminars on peer connections, empowerment and leadership; physical literacy circuit training; sports psychology presentations; and, talks with Paralympic athletes like Tammy Cunnington and Alana Ramsay. Photograph provided by Fast and Female Calgary.

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December 2019

Northwestival

December 9 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field 9, 3876 Collegiate Rd. N.W.
Calgary, Alberta T3B 2X9 Canada
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Prices vary

The University District is hosting Nothwestival once again, which is an annual winter festival that includes fun activities for the whole family. Attendees can look forward to food trucks, log sawing and axe throwing, toasty fire pits and live music, among many other things. Make sure to bundle up and come down for an afternoon of games and activities. You can bring a jar of peanut or other nut butters to support local charity I Can for Kids, which goes…

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You snooze, you lose! Make sure to stop by the Bow Habitat Station’s Discovery Centre to learn about the local creatures who hibernate during our long winters. Experts from the Alberta Community Bat Program and the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation will be on-site to answer questions and help participants get hands-on with local species who hibernate through investigation stations.

All activities are included with admission to the Discovery Centre.

Photograph provided by Bow Habitat Station.

The annual Fast and Female Summit is back in town for another year and will be featuring sessions and activities that focus on inclusion in sports. Girls (8 to 14 years old), leaders-in-training (15 to 18 years old) and parents and coaches will be able to attend: seminars on peer connections, empowerment and leadership; physical literacy circuit training; sports psychology presentations; and, talks with Paralympic athletes like Tammy Cunnington and Alana Ramsay.

Photograph provided by Fast and Female Calgary.

The University District is hosting Nothwestival once again, which is an annual winter festival that includes fun activities for the whole family. Attendees can look forward to food trucks, log sawing and axe throwing, toasty fire pits and live music, among many other things. Make sure to bundle up and come down for an afternoon of games and activities. You can bring a jar of peanut or other nut butters to support local charity I Can for Kids, which goes towards eradicating local child hunger.

Some activities are free while others require tokens that can be purchased at booths located throughout the grounds.

Photograph by Neil McElmon.

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