Talk about a jam-packed Tuesday!
It may not be the weekend, but that’s no reason to stay at home because there are plenty of amazing events to check out all around the city — and beyond.
- Plenty of chances for snowfall coming to Calgary this week
- You can fly from Calgary to Vancouver for $130 roundtrip this fall
- Canada-wide ban on trans fats officially comes into effect today
What: The Flames are back with a vengeance for another season. Grab your jersey and come to cheer them on in a sea of red down at the Dome.
When: Monday, September 17
Time: 7 pm
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome – 555 Saddledome Rise SE
What: Looking for a way to switch up date night or a new activity to keep the family busy? Check out Mystery Towns and enjoy an exciting mystery-filled adventure. Instantly accessible via clues to your smartphone, each Mystery Towns adventure combines the fun of a scavenger hunt, the puzzles of an escape room, and the challenge of an Amazing Race. This is the perfect way to discover a new city or hidden gems you never knew of in your own hometown. Good luck!
Where: Currently available in both Calgary, Canmore, and Edmonton (as of September 2018) and soon to be available in Banff.
Register: Online, $49 to $99
What: Come out to see some seriously awesome works of art at one of Calgary’s favourite cultural centres.
Recent Acquisitions 2018 – June 30 to December 9
The Artist’s Mirror: Self Portraits – March 10 to January 2019
Where: Glenbow Museum – 130 9th Avenue SE
Cost: Regular admission to the museum
What: Looking for a quick escape from the everyday grind? This brand new facility combines the tranquil rejuvenation of a traditional Nordic Spa and the Alpine stillness of the Canadian Rockies. For the month of September, prepare for a deep winter slumber by hitting up the spa after an adventure-packed day in K-Country. Until September 30, when you stay at the new Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge, you can enjoy full access to the spa from 7 to 9 pm for only $35 per person. No pre-appointment necessary.
When: September 1 to 30
Time: 7 to 9 pm
Where: 1 Centennial Drive, Kananaskis
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.