by Stacie Gaetz, Calgary’s Child Magazine Looking for something genuinely fun (and truly free) to do this spring break? Who isn’t? Being cooped up inside with kids bouncing off the wall is no fun, but it doesn’t have to cost you hundreds of dollars to keep them busy. Here is your inclusive list of some
by Stacie Gaetz I have lived in Calgary my whole life, but I am still in awe of the tranquil beauty of the mountains located only an hour from our bustling city of more than 1 million people. Teaching our children to appreciate the beauty of nature has always been a family value for us.
by Stacie Gaetz, Calgary’s Child Magazine
My husband and I recently took our two kids and their grandparents to Bowness to skate on the lagoon. My 7-year-old daughter learned to skate last year, and my 4-year-old son is still shakily step-step-stepping his way to learning while tightly gripping his bright orange skater aid.
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.