Have you been to Heritage Park yet this summer? It’s at the top of our list for August this year. The wonderful thing about Heritage Park that separates it from some of the other attractions in town is that it’s always changing, like a real town does – thanks to the events, interpreters and performers, there’s something new for everyone every day.
The Calgary Zoo is the perfect venue for your child’s next Birthday bash! What better way to celebrate their big day than with their closest friends and favourite animals too? Best of all, you just need to book and show up! This Birthday Package has been created to save you both time and money.
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It’s cold and it’s definitely winter in Calgary. Hopefully you have been able to enjoy time outdoors with your household, getting in some fun activities and fresh air this winter.
by Jim Grove, activeforlife.com As winter settles around us, it’s important to make a special effort to stay active outdoors, even in chilly weather. At the same time, we know there will be occasions when the weather is simply too extreme to be outside. The indoor winter activities below provide easy solutions for kids to stay
When you’re a kid, the whole world is a wonder. If you’ve got a hand to hold and new sights to see it doesn’t matter if the only trip you take is in your own backyard. The Foothills of southern Alberta are Calgary’s Backyard and we invite you to see us through a child’s eyes. With more wonders than one day can hold, we hope you’ll come visit us many times.
Calgary Zoo ZOOLIGHTS, presented by Olympia Trust Company, is back for its 24th year! Calgary’s award winning, magical holiday tradition will be glowing for six weeks (November 20, 2020 – January 3, 2021) of festive family-friendly fun. The zoo is committed to helping you enjoy the magic of ZOOLIGHTS in a safe and physically distanced way while supporting wildlife conservation.
Many of the traditional Remembrance Day celebrations this year have been altered due to the current public health restrictions. Join us in observing Remembrance Day with one of the alternative services listed below, or observe a moment of silence in your own home. The Field of Crosses On the evening of November 10th, candles will
by Trista Arney, Staff Writer
With Thanksgiving over, we’re ready for Halloween! Whether you plan to get out and experience the fun events local businesses have coordinated or are planning to celebrate at home with your cohort, we hope that you will have a safe and enjoyable Halloween. Local businesses have several events happening to celebrate this spooky season – some free and some with fees.