It may only be Thursday, but the way the sun is shining is making us feel like the weekend has already arrived!
Make the most of your time off today by checking out any one of these amazing events and activities — there’s so much going on around Calgary just waiting to be discovered.
- Chuckwagon driver injured in Tuesday night race, taken off track in ambulance
- Canada has less than half of desired number of cops specially-trained to spot high drivers
- FYI: You can get a $500 fine for not having a lifejacket while floating the Bow
What: Cannabis is a smoking topic right know! Come out to learn all about THC, how it’s used medicinally, the social implications around the new legal changes, and why the heck cannabis gives you the munchies!
When: Thursday, June 14
Time: 6 to 10 pm
Where: Telus Spark – 220 St. George’s Drive NE
Tickets: Online, $26
What: Take a break from the heat and have an ice-cold bevy on one of Calgary’s best patios. From rooftops to hidden gardens, there are plenty of spots to choose from that will have the vibe and ambiance you’re looking for. Check out some of Calgary’s best rooftop patios here!
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: Come out to see some seriously awesome works of art at one of Calgary’s favourite cultural centres.
Alex Janvier: Modern Indigenous Master – June 16 to September 9
One New Work Gwenessa Lam: Who Magic – June 16 to September 9
Recent Acquisitions 2018 – June 30 to December 9
The Artist’s Mirror: Self Portraits – March 10 to January 2019
Where: Glenbow Museum – 130 9tth Avenue SE
Cost: Regular admission to the museum
Rent a bike and go on a river adventure
What: Grab your squad, get yourself some wheels, and put those bike paths to good use — all while seeing the city from a different perspective.