Happy Tuesday Calgary! We’ll help you get your groove back with fun events in town. From plays to epic trivia battles, you won’t be bored on a Tuesday.
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Tuesday night jazz at BettyLou’s Library. Cool cocktails, swinging jazz with the Speakeasy Jazz Trio featuring Jeff Sulima, (drums) Mark DeJong (sax) and Steve Fletcher (keys)
Check out Calgary’s hottest new cocktail space, located in the historic Devenish Building.
- Where: Betty Lou’s Library – Speakeasies – 908 17 Avenue SW
- When: Tuesday, April 11 at 8pm
This is no ordinary Easter egg hunt! For two weeks, the CORE will be hosting a mall-wide Easter egg hunt, for Adults. Inside each egg, you will find exciting vouchers for gift cards, baskets, and swag from the CORE retailers. Stay tuned on Instagram and Twitter to find clues as to where the Easter Bunny is hiding the eggs!
- Where: COREShopping – 333 7 Avenue SW
- When: April 3 to 15
Gather the squad together, this is the moment you’ve been waiting for. All those years of being a faithful follower, 13 years to be exact, will finally pay off as you’re asked to test your Grey’s Anatomy knowledge. Head to WURST on Tuesday night and bring home the prize. Mother will be so proud.
- Where: WURST – 2437 4 Street SW Calgary
- When: Tuesday, April 11 at 7pm
- Cost: $20 (includes a drink)
Is running a marathon or just simply getting back into shape one of your new year’s resolutions this year? Tackle this goal once and for all and join the Outsiders Running Club. There is no charge, just bring yourself and your running shoes and join Joanna Magnik of The Sweat Style for a 5-8K run every Tuesday night at 6:30 pm!
- Where: East Village Riverwalk plaza – 618 Confluence Way SE
- When: Every Tuesday
- Cost: FREE
It’s not common to see political and hilarious used to describe something in the same sentence, but in this instance, it’s more than appropriate. Laugh until you cry as 1979 Prime Minister Joe Clark, decides whether or not he should put his first budget before parliament, as everyone, including his wife, Brian Mulroney, Pierre Trudeau advise him not too, in this riveting, hilarious political comedy.
- Where: Martha Cohen Theatre – 215 8 Avenue SE
- When: April 4 to 22
- Cost: $25 -$72