(October 11, 2017
Food tour of one of Calgary’s yummiest neighbourhoods, stretching across eight blocks with stands and entry to cafes. Every Friday.
The complete opposite of a relaxing train journey, this two-and-half hour ride is the equivalent of a moving haunted house. Adults only.
Fundraising meal in Calgary for Accessible Housing – participants experience what it is like to live life with limited mobility, from being in a wheelchair to wearing vision-limiting glasses.
This will be the 20th year of the festival and thousands of people are expected to show up to sample beers, wines, spirits and as well enjoy food and desserts from local restaurants.
Experience Calgary’s scariest event this month, walking through different haunted houses and playing carnival games like Feed the Demon and Wheel of Misfortune. October 26 is adults-only.
A play based on Virginia Woolf's novel To the Lighthouse, capturing a story full of chaos, tragedy and memories. Showing at the Martha Cohen Theatre.
A craft show dedicated to all fibre-lovers in the city from knitters to crocheters to felt-workers, this is the place to buy all your materials.
A family-friendly scary night out at Heritage Park, especially good for kids age 3-9.