What: There’s a Turtle in My Tub is a story about a young girl named Mabel who finds a turtle and makes it her mission to bring him back to the ocean. The show is about 25 minutes in length and performed by drama students from the School of creative and Performing Arts at the University of Calgary.
Where: Calgary Zoo- 1300 Zoo Rd NE, Calgary (between Kitamba Cafe and the Rhino enclosure)
When: Wednesday to Sunday from July 1 to August 12 at 11a.m. and another showing at 1 p.m.
What: The Entertainment never stops at the Stampede and this year they have awesome shows like President’s Choice Superdogs, Acrodunk, Ghost Riders, Evolution of Extreme, Candy King, Cannon Lady, First Nations Youth Dancers and more.
Where: Stampede Park – 1410 Olympic Way SE, Calgary
When: Monday, July 3 to Sunday, July 12 during 9a.m. to 11p.m.. Check for times for specific activity.
What: The Stampede Queen and Princesses make an appearance and other celebrities too. Enjoy marching bands, fiddlers, friendly, mascots, and more. Where: Olympic Plaza – Corner of 7th Anvenue and Macleod Trail SE, Calgary
What: Free admission between 6a.m. and 9 a.m.. There is also a free Suncor Family Day Breakfast, served 8a.m. to 10 a.m., for the first 20, 000 guests. A Free variety show will also be occurring at the grandstand featuring Extreme Dunk show by Acrodunk, a performance by Ukrainian Dancers Suzirya, Calgary Tai Chi Martial Arts College, the 2014 winner of the Nashville North Star competition Dylan Gillet and Mini Chuck Wagons.
What: Join the race, 5Km, 10Km and Half Marathon, the kids can race too (200m to 1200 m) at the Stampede Road Race. You will receive a Mizuno Technical shirt ($65 retail value) and kids receive cotton shirt too.
Where: Glenmore Track
When: Sunday, July 5 at various times
Cost: $65 Adults, $30 For kids up to 16 and $10 for kids races