Looking for something to do this week? Here are some of the top events to check out in Calgary between March 14 and 20.
For a complete list of events, check out our
Calgary events calendar.
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
When: Monday March 14 at 7 p.m.
What: Test out your quizmaster skills and play team trivia. Every week a team will win cool stuff sponsored by Wild Rose Brewery.
Where: The Kings Head Pub – 15, 9116 Macleod Trail SE
When: Every Tuesday – 8 to 10 p.m.
Cost: Free to play
What: Celebrating it’s seventh year in Calgary, the Coming out Monologues is one of the most profound, hilarious, and impactful events on Calgary’s LGBTQA+ calendar.
Where: John Dutton Theatre (in Calgary Central Library) – 616 Macleod Trail SE
When: March 16 at 18 at 7:30p.m.
Cost: $15; 3 day pass $30
What: A festival showcasing many short films from Calgary and area filmmakers. Also includes live bands, comedy sketches, audience participation games, beer, and popcorn!
Where: Plaza theatre – 1133 Kensington Road NW
When: March 16 at 9:30 p.m.
Cost: Tickets available on website
Watch and listen as 21-year-old pianist Conrad Tao performs Grieg’s acclaimed Piano Concerto – a work that elevated Norway to global classical recognition. What:
Where: Calgary Philharmonic – 205 8th Avenue SE
When: March 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Cost: $25 to $35
What: Watch Elvis’s legacy in music presented from a fan’s point of view. His music and lifetime unfolds onstage as tribute artist Steve Michaels transforms into the King of Rock and Roll.
Where: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – 1415 14th Avenue NW
When: March 17 to 20
What: A great option for families with kids three to eight years old. This magical tale of friendship is preformed entirely without words and set to a musical score.
Where: Vertigo Theatre – 115 9th Avenue SE
When: March 18 to 20
Bourbon Room Presents Sammy Jean and The Samsonites in Calgary. Enjoy Live soul night with doors opening at 8 p.m. and show starting at 9:30 p.m. What:
Where: Bourbon Room at National on 10th – #210, 341 10th Avenue SW
When: Friday, March 18 at 8 p.m.
What: The Games Maker is this weeks feature family film at Cineplex.
Where: Sunridge Spectrum, Crowfoot Crossing Cinemas, Scotiabank Theatre Chinook and SilverCity Cross Iron Mills
When: March 19 at 11 a.m.
What: This fun twist on The Hunger Games will have teams (tributes) take the stage in “Capitol-themed” costumes and plenty of cutthroat competition. The Improv Games will host teams from Calgary and surrounding areas.
Where: Festival Hall – 1215 10th Avenue SE
When: March 19 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.
What: Ron MacLean is hosting the broadcast of the Calgary Flames vs Montreal Canadiens game on Sunday night. Join in on the weekend outdoor hockey festival with free activities, live music, a chance to meet NHL Alumni; fun for all ages.
Where: Olympic Plaza – 228 8th Avenue SE
When: March 19 at noon to March 20 at 8 p.m.
What: The City of Calgary is holding a ‘Lights Out’ party for Earth Hour. Turn off your lights and electronics and join the Earth Hour procession beginning at 8:30 p.m. Enjoy free hot chocolate, bike-powered music and lights and more.
Where: St. Patrick’s Island, Confluence Plaza – 1300 Zoo Road NE
When: Saturday, March 19 – 7 to 9:30 p.m
What: Meant for anyone ages six and up, this fantastical play will take you on a journey with a feisty princess and her hapless prince, based on a Robert Munsch children’s story book.
Where: Beddington Heights Theatre – 375 Bermuda Drive NW
When: Now until March 19
Cost: $21 for adults, and $16 for children
What: Grab an entry form from one of the participating merchants and find the 12 Easter Eggs that are hidden around Strathcona Square. When you’ve found all the Easter Eggs, hand your entry form back to a merchant & then be ent ered to win a prize package worth $350.
Where: Strathcona Square Shopping Centre – 555 Strathcona Boulevard SW
When: Now until March 20
What: Celebrating the human body in its healthy, vibrant, and optimal self. Body Worlds is one of the first showcases to provide human specimens on display.
Where: TELUS Science Centre – 220 St. George’s Drive NE
When: Now until May 31
Cost: $24.95 for adults (18 to 64), $22.95 for seniors (65 and over), $20.95 for youth (13 to 17), $17.95 for children (3 to 12)
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