We’ve made our way back around to Monday.
While Monday may not be everyone’s cup of tea, there are still plenty of exciting things to check out going on around the city (it is summer, after all).
Plus, getting out and about today is a great way to start of a very exciting week, as we officially launch into the hottest month of the year.
So what’s the plan for today, Calgary?
- Environment Canada issues heat warning for City of Calgary
- Canadian driver fired for purposely splashing pedestrians using company vehicle (VIDEO)
- The Inglewood Sunfest is celebrating summer next Saturday
What: Check out one full week of live outdoor blues performances and end each day off with a Twilight Blues Dance Party. Experience the art market, beer tents, food trucks, and more. Don’t forget to pick yourself up a festival souvenir. See the full list of performers here.
When: July 30 to August 5
Time: Varies per day
Where: Shaw Millennium Park – 1220 9th Avenue SW
Tickets: Online, $50 to $500
What: Take a ride with an Old Fashioned with a twist featuring Old London, Old Oaxaca, and Old Cuba at this new restaurant situated in the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire. This eclectic foodie wonderland is both globally inspired and classically rooted in a sophisticated social space aimed to unite locals and travellers alike.
Where: 255 Barclay Parade SW
What: Your favourite outdoor theatre is back for yet another summer of dramatic and comedic performances. Watch as they perform a light-hearted take on the tumultuous friendship between Proteus and Valentine in Shakespeare’s ‘Two Gentlemen of Verona.”
When: June 29 to August 19
Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 7 pm; Sunday, 2 pm and 7 pm
Where: Prince’s Island Park
Admission: Pay what you can
What: This is a tradition most of us Calgarians look forward to doing at least once during the summer. Plus, it’s the ultimate refresher when stuck in a prairie heat wave.
Tips: Make sure that you have enough life jackets for your entire group, book your raft ahead of time, park a vehicle at the beginning and the end of your route, and check weather advisories before heading out.
What: Adventure Hub is a bonafide collective that has joined forces to give you unforgettable adventures in the Rocky Mountains. From horseback riding to cave tours to river rafting and much more. In the mood for adventure? Take your pick.