What: Known all around the world for their daring stunts and performances, the Peking Acrobats bring contortionists, jugglers, trick-cyclists, and gymnasts. A perfect way to spend the year of the Monkey and to top it all off live music performed by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing.
Where: Arts Commons, Jack Singer Concert Hall – 205 8 Avenue SE
When: Saturday, February 6, 8 p.m.
Cost: Starting at $30
CRR XC Grand Prix #8, 31rst Annual Nose Hill (4K, 8K)
What: Run the CRR XC Grand Prix number 8 for their 31rst annual Nose Hill run.
Where:Nose Hill Park, Brisebois Drive entrance Brisebois Drive & John Laurie Boulevard NW
When: Saturday, February 6 at 11:45 a.m.
Cost: $8 for Calgary Roadrunner members; $12 for all other runners. Register here
What: For a second year in a row Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival is coming to Calgary thanks to the Calgary International Film Festival, TIFF, Globe Cinema and Rileys. The Film Festival features highlights of the best in 2015 Canadian Cinema.
What: Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, the show plays host to all aspects of the outdoor lifestyle like boating, off-roading, fishing, hiking, camping adventure, destination travel location and more.
Where: Stampede BMO Centre – 20 Roundup Way SW
When: Now until Sunday, February 7
Cost: $14 for adults, $10 for seniors and $8 for kids
What: Celebrate the season and a popular community tradition for more than 20 years at the Canmore Winter Festival. A total of two World Cup events will be a part of the carnival along with 45 days of non-stop fun including events like, snow sculpting, ice carving, and Snowy Owl Kid N Mutt races.