5 things to do in Calgary today: Tuesday, July 18

Jul 18 2017, 12:53 am

Happy Tuesday Calgary! We’ll help you get your groove back with fun events in town.

From getting fit to participating in free events around town, there’s something for everyone.


Join this community-driven bicycle festival for a week full of cycling festivities!

  • Where: Various locations around Calgary
  • When: July 14 – July 23
  • Cost: Free

Watch Live Entertainment on the #IAMDOWNTOWN Summer Stage

Spend your lunch hour listening to some of Calgary’s best local talent on this outdoor stage on Stephen Avenue. From DJs, to Dance Troupes, to live bands, to Comedians, you will always be pleasantly surprised by the live performances set to play this stage this summer.

  • Where: Stephen Avenue – between Street and 1 Street SE
  • When: July 13 – August 30
  • Cost: FREE

Reservoir RowBody Pop-Up Class

Get your sweat on in a RowBody class with the MovementU team and a stunning backdrop of the Glenmore Reservoir.

  • Where: Glenmore Reservoir
  • When: July 18
  • Cost: Regular drop in fee

As you like it – Shakespeare by the Bow

Theatre Calgary is bringing As you like it outside starting Tuesday, June 20, as it begins its annual outdoor performances of Shakespeare by the Bow. Performances are pay-what-you-will and non-ticketed, so you can just turn up with a blanket and picnic and settle in; the suggested donation is $20 per adult.

  • Where: Prince’s Island Park – 698 Eau Claire Avenue SW
  • When: June 20 to August 217, every day except Monday’s, performances at 7 pm, with an extra 2pm matinee on Sundays.
  • Cost: Free

Participate in on of the many free programs + events at the Calgary Public Library 

The Calgary Public Library offers a variety of different resources and programs for people of every age. Come learn something new this summer, all you need is a library card!

  • Where: Various Calgary Public Library locations around the city
  • When: July 11 – September 5
  • Cost: FREE
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