What: Concord Floral is a place where teens can go and be themselves not to mention it’s a million-square foot greenhouse in a suburb of the city. In the play, ten young adults flee to the greenhouse when a plauge visits their neighbourhood.
Where: Theatre Junction Grand – 608 1st Street SW
When: Now to Saturday April 16
Cost: $45 or $27 for students and artists under 30
What: 30 feature films will be shown at this year’s festival along with their Saturday morning all-you-can-eat cereal cartoon party, and CUFFcade a selection of the best new local and Canadian independent videogames.
What: A 12 day food and drink-focused festival, giving attendees the opportunity to celebrate Canmore’s remarkable and ever-expanding dining scene. Head to Canmore this weekend for your last chance to indulge in some amazing eats.
What: Select restaurants around YYC will feature poutines for a cause. For every poutine you buy and enjoy during Poutine Week one free meal will go to someone in need with partnership from local non profit Mealshare.
What: Featuring over 60,000 square feet of Operating Model Railroad Layouts, Displays, Lionel, Lego Trains, Thomas and Friends, Garden Railroads, Photo Exhibits, Merchandise for Sale, Live Demos and Clinics.
Where: Genesis Centre – 7555 Falconridge Boulevard NE
When: Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: $5 for youth, $10 for adults
eWaste round up
What: Recycle your electronics this weekend at Market on Macleod to celebrate Earth Day. Become a part of Alberta’s eWaste solution by recycling your obsolete electronics. Bring a non-perishable food item in support of the Calgary Food Bank. For more information email [email protected]ca
What: Take part in one hour of yoga and one hour of self-development, while you explore the mind-body connection. Take a notebook, a yoga mat and some water with you. The yoga practice will be beginner/intermediate level.