What: Celebrate European cinema at the 6th edition of this exciting and worldly film festival. See films from over 18 various countries with a mix of all genres (with subtitles of course) and get more than your typical Hollywood fare at the cinema.
What: Flying Squirrel, a trampoline park in northeast Calgary, hosts Neon Lights nights from 9 pm to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, where they turn the lights down low, blast the music up high, and let would-be high flyers have at it for three hours.
What: Shop for the perfect gifts for your friends and family at this Holiday Night Market featuring local artisans, makers and vendors, along with live music, delicious eats and even more exciting festivities.
What: Pay your respects, remember those who fought for our country and spend a moment of silence as you celebrate this special tradition with the rest of the Calgary community. Here is a full schedule of the events happening in and around the city.
When: Saturday, November 11
The Hanger Flight Museum of Calgary – 4629 McCall Way SE
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 0 14 Avenue NW
Battalion Park – 3001 Signal Jill Drive SW
Field of Crosses/ Kerby Centre – 1133 7 Avenue SW
Canadian Pacific Headquarters – 7550 Ogden Dale Road SE
Central Memorial Park – 4 Street between 12 and 13 Avenue SW
What: Enjoy a special service facilitated by the RCMP Veterans Association of Calgary featuring bagpipes, bugling, reading and choral singers. Afterwards shop over 60 local artisans at their annual Holiday artisans fair and get started on your Christmas shopping, if you haven’t began already.
What: Join the Calgary Farmers’ Market and Calgary Food Tours as they bring to you a very special Sunday brunch. You will have the opportunity to listen to 10 various Alberta ranchers as they explain what it takes to bring their products to the market, sample their produce and leave feeling inspired to fill your shopping bag with fresh goodies.
When: Every Sunday
Where: 510, 77 Street SE – off Blackfoot Trail and close to Heritage Drive SE
What: This month’s pop up begins today and it’s insanely cozy! Flannel Foxes is a local brand that pride’s itself in producing clothing that is reminiscent of our home and native land, while also ensuring that all their products are designed, printed, sewn and snit on Canadain soil.
When: Until November 30
Time: 11 am to 6 pm (weekdays), 11 am to 5 pm (weekends)
What: A murdered spy, a jealous husband and an on-stage plane crash, missing fingers and good ol’ fashioned romance. This two-time Tony Award-winning play will have you clutching the edges of your seats in both laugher and suspense all night long.
What: With an interpretive guide, take a moonlit walk through the forest and feast your eyes on the beauty of the Northern Lights and a sky full of stars, while sipping on steamy hot chocolate – it really doesn’t get much better than that. All photography levels welcome.