An inaugural celebration of Alberta’s flora and fauna is being brought to the city next month. Alberta Environment and Parks and The Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo are bringing the first ever Alberta Biodiversity Festival to the
The Glow Winter Festival of Lights has returned to brighten both the night, and spirits, along Stephen Avenue. The festival which contains a variety of different interactive illuminated art displays, music, and artistic performances from
The Lilac Festival, Calgary’s unofficial start to summer, is returning after a hiatus of two years due to the pandemic. The multi-cultural festival of arts, entertainment, food, and shopping is planning to celebrate 33 years
Calgarians may be wondering why colourful murals are popping up around Beltline and some of Calgary’s downtown. They’re a part of the third annual Beltline Urban Mural Project, or rather BUMP, festival. According to Peter
Most Harry Potter fans are familiar with the crushing disappointment that comes with turning 11 and not receiving their Hogwarts acceptance letter. Calgary fans might feel a similar disappointment when they hear Kensington’s Harry Potter
Walking around the southwest Calgary community of Southwood in late May, you might find the community’s staple wild rhubarb plants are missing. That’s because the community harvests them and gives them to Calgary’s Village Brewery.