5 things to do in Calgary today: Wednesday, September 12

Sep 12 2018, 12:07 am

This might seem a little longer than the shortened one we were blessed with last week, but that’s all the more reason to celebrate making it to the halfway point!

Get out into the city with some family or friends and take on any one of these awesome events this Wednesday, September 12.

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MS Golf Calgary

What: Come out and play a round at Elbow Springs Golf Club to help raise money towards cutting-edge MS research and programs and services for people living with the disease. Your ticket covers breakfast, 18-holes of golf, a tee gift, dinner, and after golf program.

When: Tuesday, September 12

Time: 8 am (Shotgun is at 9 am)

Where: Elbow Springs Golf Club – 240086 Lott Creek Drive

Admission: $300+

‘Le Refuge’ at CF Market Mall

What: In 2017 Marc Ange’s ‘Le Refuge’ was the most Instagrammed installation at Milan fashion week 2017 and it’s now coming to Calgary. This installation has since made appearances in Miami and Los Angeles and we could not be more excited to be its next stop.

When: September 12 to 26

Time: 9 am to 9 pm

Where: CF Market Mall  – 3625 Shaganappi Trail NW

Admission: Free

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls Be More Kind Tour 2018

What: If you haven’t seen Frank’s new work “Be a Little Kinder” or “Little Changes” we highly recommend checking it out.

When: Wednesday, September 12

Time: 6:30 pm

Where: MacEwan Hall – 2500 University Drive NW

Tickets: Online, $20 to $44.50

Grab fresh produce at the Hillhurst Sunnyside Farmers’ Market

What: Grab your weekly haul of delicious produce, eggs, baked goods, meats, preserves, florals, and more, all grown and produced on farms right here in Alberta. You can enjoy live entertainment and other fun activities happening at this quaint community farmers’ market. The market will go on rain or shine, so come prepared.

When: Every Wednesday

Time: 3 to 7 pm

Where: 1320 5th Avenue NW

Admission: FREE

Go hiking in the Rockies

What: It’s officially larch season (it’s a type of tree). Grab your cameras and hiking gear and head up to the mountains to spend the day reconnecting with nature in the great outdoors and enjoy the picturesque fall views from the top.

Where: Here are some of the best hiking spots in and around Banff to check out this summer and fall.

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