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5 things to do in Calgary today: Wednesday, June 27

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DH Calgary Staff Jun 27, 2018 5:00 am 435

We’ve already made it halfway through the week, which means we’re just that much closer to Canada Day long weekend!

Might as well get the party started early by checking out any of these awesome events going on around the city today — the weekend can wait.

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Lobster boil

What: Kick off the Selkirk Grille Field to Fork Series with a traditional East Coast meets West Coast lobster boil. Prepare for a finger licking good meal that might get a tad messy — but it’ll be worth it!

When: June 27 and 28

Time: 9 pm

Where: Heritage Park – 1900 Heritage Drive SW

Tickets: Online, $89.95

Grey Goose Marché

What: This is a dining experience you won’t want to miss out on! Join Michelin-star chef Christophe Dufau and Chef Justin of Model Milk for a three-course tasting experience inspired by the French Rivera paired with signature Grey Goose Cocktails.

When:  Wednesday, June 27

Time: 6 pm

Where: Model Milk – 308 17th Avenue SW

Cost: $150

Macaron 101 

What: Another chance to try out creating your very own beautiful (and delicious) macarons!

When: Wednesday, June 27

Time: 6 pm

Where: Ollia Macaron and Tea – 810c 16th Avenue SW

Tickets: Call to reserve your spot, $100

Check out the newly opened Gorilla Whale ramen restaurant

It’s been a long wait, but it appears Gorilla Whale is officially opening its doors on June 25 at 5 pm, which means it’s finally time for YYC to get a taste of all those drool-worthy eats the spot has been posting on Instagram.

Located at 1214 9 Avenue SE, the new Inglewood spot for yakitori, ramen, and cocktails will be open seven night a week, although no reservations are being taken yet.

Address: 1214 9th Avenue SE

Bike the Banff Legacy Trail

What: Take your bike out for a cruise and enjoy all the breathtaking scenery that this 22.3 km trail has to offer! The trail links the Town of Banff and Canmore through an additional 4.5 km of pathway outside of Banff National Park boundaries, from the Banff Park East Gate to the Travel Alberta Visitor Information Centre.

Where: Banff Park East Gate to the Bow Valley Parkway


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