Monday, March 27: Play some 10-pin bowling or arcade games at The Banquet’s new Mahogany location.
Tuesday, March 28: Go shopping at Hello Vintage, a new vintage clothing store in Inglewood.
Wednesday, March 29: Check out a National Music Centre exhibit showcasing the mighty guitar (runs until December 31).
Thursday, March 30: Dine on contemporary Mexican cuisine at the newly opened Milpa.
Friday, March 31: Catch one of the last performances of Theatre Calgary’s production of Forgiveness (runs until April 1).
Saturday, April 1: Attend a spring tasting festival at local winery City & Country.
Sunday, April 2: Head to the ski hill one last time for the Winsport Winter Wrap 2023.
Monday, April 3: Go to the Saddledome to watch a Calgary Hitmen playoff game.
Tuesday, April 4: Watch as the 1990 film Pretty Woman is turned into a musical (runs from April 4 to 9).
Wednesday, April 5: Hear spooky stories on a ghost tour at Heritage Park (multiple dates).
Thursday, April 6: Check out Contemporary Calgary exhibits for free at this month’s Free First Thursdays event.
Friday, April 7: Pick up some doughnuts from a new doughnut shop in Discovery Ridge.
Saturday, April 8: Bring some friends to watch Calgary’s professional lacrosse team play against Panther City.
Sunday, April 9: Grab a bite (and enjoy Easter-inspired desserts) at Hawthorn’s Easter brunch buffet.
Monday, April 10: Cheer on the Calgary Flames as they take on Nashville at the Saddledome.
Tuesday, April 11: Eat at one of Calgary’s best restaurants.
Wednesday, April 12: Relax at a new urban thermal spa.
Thursday, April 13: Have some sushi at Satsuki, a new Japanese restaurant in Kensington.
Friday, April 14: Shop for jewellery, bath products, tasty treats and more at Market Collective (runs April 14 to 16).
Saturday, April 15: Watch a production of Richard lll by The Shakespeare Company (runs April 14 to 29).
Sunday, April 16: Practice your swing at a golf lounge.
Monday, April 17: Check out a new Telus Spark exhibit about Indigenous superheroes.
Tuesday, April 18: Cast your readers’ choice vote for the 2023 Made in Alberta Awards.
Wednesday, April 19: See the world premiere of a musical featuring lyrics from 19th-century poets and minstrels (runs April 12 to 23).
Thursday, April 20: Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Calgary Underground Film Festival (runs from April 20 to 30)
Friday, April 21: Sample delicious eats from local restaurants, caterers and businesses at Taste of Bragg Creek.
Saturday, April 22: Get tickets to the next edition of the TD Amplify Cabaret Series, Earth: Mothership (runs April 21 to 22).
Sunday, April 23: Learn about agriculture at Aggie Days (public days run on April 22 and 23).
Monday, April 24: Dine at a local Filipino restaurant during Filipino Restaurant Month in Canada (runs throughout April).
Tuesday, April 25: Try to win some prizes at Punk Rock Bingo at Ship & Anchor (runs every Tuesday).
Wednesday, April 26: Snack on mochiko chicken, stir-fry pork, loco moco and more at Island Plate.
Thursday, April 27: See the stars of Stranger Things, The Mandalorian, Daredevil and more at the Calgary Expo (runs from April 27 to 30).
Friday, April 28: Drop in to play beach volleyball with some friends at The Beach YYC.
Saturday, April 29: Go on a day trip in Alberta.
Sunday, April 30: Support the Cavalry FC at the team’s first home soccer game of the season.
Monday, May 1: Go see a movie (and have a cocktail) at Plaza Theatre.
Tuesday, May 2: Check out Avenue‘s first Future of the City Festival.
Wednesday, May 3: Watch Nervous Systems, featuring dancers from Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and a four-piece band playing live music (runs from April 27 to May 14).
Thursday, May 4: Sip on a beer at Stonyslope Brewing Company, a new nano-brewery in Haysboro.
Friday, May 5: Try some amazing brews at Calgary International Beerfest (runs from May 5 to 6)
Saturday, May 6: Plan a day trip to Canmore to try some of the many awesome restaurants there.
Sunday, May 7: Go on a free walking tour for Jane’s Walk (runs May 5 to 7).
Monday, May 8: Hear about deep-sea creatures from a marine biologist at a National Geographic Live event (runs May 7 to 8).
Tuesday, May 9: Head to Inglewood for a night of delicious Indian food at Mumbai Bites.
Wednesday, May 10: Swing by Begonia Bakehouse for a loaf of bread or some baked goods.
Thursday, May 11: Go bowling at National on 10th.
Friday, May 12: Pick up some local produce, fresh meats, fun treats and more at one of the two Calgary Farmers’ Market locations.
Saturday, May 13: Shop for locally made products at the Authentically Indigenous Mother’s Day Craft Market (runs May 13 and 14).
Sunday, May 14: Work up a sweat at this year’s Mother’s Day Run, Walk and Wheel event.
Monday, May 15: Start your week with a cup of coffee from a new ’90s-style coffee shop, Congress Coffee.
Tuesday, May 16: Relax during a yoga class at Junction 9 in Inglewood.
Wednesday, May 17: Treat yourself to a manicure or facial at Diva Salon and Spa.
Thursday, May 18: Watch the 2018 film Black Panther while the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra plays the score live (runs from May 18 to 19).
Friday, May 19: Check out Otafest, a Japanese anime and pop culture festival (May 19 to 21).
Saturday, May 20: Sample dozens of Caesars and snacks at YYC Caesarfest (runs May 20 to 21).
Sunday, May 21: Catch up with a friend over a pot of fondue at Frenchie Wine Bar (fondue is half price on Sundays).
Monday, May 22: Race around an indoor track on a go-kart at Speeders.
Tuesday, May 23: Learn how to make French macarons at one of Ollia’s Macaron 101 baking classes.
Wednesday, May 24: Go exploring in the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary.
Thursday, May 25: Enjoy ramen, sushi, pasta, rice bowls and more at Tokyo Street Market’s newest location on Macleod Trail S.W.
Friday, May 26: Go to the Okotoks Dawgs’ first home baseball game of the season.
Saturday, May 27: Listen to dozens of musical artists and bands play along International Avenue during the East Town Get Down music festival.
Sunday, May 28: Watch a movie at the third annual Calgary Black Film Festival (runs from May 26 to 29).
Monday, May 29: Shop for apparel, leather goods, shaving gear and more at Adesso’s new store in The Shops at Avenue Thirty Four in Marda Loop.
Tuesday, May 30: Cheer on Calgary’s new professional basketball team at one of its first home games.
Wednesday, May 31: Shop from local vendors at the first U/D Night Market of the season (multiple dates).
Thursday, June 1: Grab a drink at Veranda, a new taproom featuring Burwood Distillery and Vacay Brew Co.
Friday, June 2: Learn about dozens of breweries and beers at Willow Park Wines & Spirits’ Summer Beer Festival.
Saturday, June 3: Go on a Calgary brunch bike tour (multiple dates starting June 3).
Sunday, June 4: Spend the day shopping and eating at Lilac Festival.
Monday, June 5: Drop in at The Sentry Box for one of the shop’s weekly Monday board game nights.
Tuesday, June 6: Play arcade games like Ms. Pac-Man and Mario Kart at Greta.
Wednesday, June 7: Learn how to make Korean cuisine at a local cooking class.
Thursday, June 8: Watch the Calgary Stampeders play their first home game of the regular season.
Friday, June 9: Spend a night exploring Inglewood during the Inglewood Night Market (multiple dates).
Saturday, June 10: Enjoy dinner and a show at Stage West’s production of 9 to 5, The Musical (runs April 21 to June 25).
Sunday, June 11: Try to get out of an escape room at one of The Locked Room’s three Calgary locations.
Monday, June 12: Go rock climbing at the Calgary Climbing Centre.
Tuesday, June 13: Enjoy modern French and European cuisine at one of Kensington’s newest dining destinations, The Continental Restaurant YYC.
Wednesday, June 14: Attend Avenue‘s 2023 Innovation Event.
Thursday, June 15: Enjoy a hearty brunch at Ranchi Cafe + Bistro.
Friday, June 16: Attend an adults-only, Alice in Wonderland-themed garden party at The Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo.
Saturday, June 17: Listen to some live music at the King Eddy.
Sunday, June 18: Mark National Indigenous History Month by attending some of the events happening during Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary (runs June 18 to 24).
Monday, June 19: Bring some friends to play games together at Activate, an active gaming facility.
Tuesday, June 20: Go swimming or skating at the largest YMCA in the world.
Wednesday, June 21: Go to a Sled Island concert (runs June 21 to 25).