- Enjoy street performances & live entertainment
- Downtown boutique shopping
- Show the buskers your appreciation with a cash donation
- Artisan street market
June 14 & 15, from 10am to 4pm, at McKenzie Towne Toboggan Hill (click for map).
The mobile adventure playground is not a registered program, but a playground that offers a different way to play. Onsite play ambassadors are there to inspire play and keep the playground safe, but not directly supervise the children. Parents are encouraged to stay and watch their children play and see how their imaginations soar in this new adventure space.
Full details can be found at the following link:
The Summer Youth Passport is back. It’s your ticket to unlimited swimming, skating and gym activities at 15 recreational facilities in Calgary from July 1 – August 31, 2018.
The Summer Youth Passport is available from June 1, to anyone between the ages of 12 and 17.
As part of the #GetMovingYYC initiative, passports can be purchased in person and used at the following locations:
The Youth Passport is an affordable opportunity for our city’s youth to experience what Calgary has to offer. Passports at all City of Calgary facilities are $55. Pricing at Genesis Centre, Trico Centre and Vivo vary by facility.
This summer, let them discover why Calgary is a great place to explore.
Calgary is celebrating Seniors’ Week June 3rd to 9th, acknowledging the many contributions seniors make to our communities. Across Calgary, there are more than 85 events including social gatherings, drop-in fitness classes, cultural celebrations and presentations about managing finances and dementia awareness.
Participating Seniors’ Week partners include Calgary Recreation, the Glenbow Museum, Studio Bell National Music Centre, Fort Calgary and the Kerby Centre.
For a complete list of activities taking place during Seniors’ Week, visit Calgary.ca/seniorsweek.
The City of Calgary offers a wide variety of free drop-in programs and activities for children, youth and families.
To find out what’s happening in your area, visit www.calgary.ca/communityprograms.
Imagine a warm summer day with the wind in your hair, sun on your face, and 800 dogs between your feet. Now imagine every step you take that day means a homeless animal in our city is provided with food, care and medicine. Wouldn’t you get involved? Participate in Calgary Humane Society’s 17th annual Dog Jog on June 2nd, 2018 and every step you take will build a more compassionate tomorrow.
Dog Jog is a one day event where two- and four-legged friends get together to walk or run the South Glenmore park Weaslehead Trail on a marked pathway distance of 2.5km or 5km. Once your race is complete, you and your family are encouraged to spend the day with us in celebration of your accomplishments with our outdoor festival including fido-friendly vendors, a Kids Zone complete with bouncy castles and face painting, and a Mutt & Mingle food and beverage garden where the city’s hottest food trucks will gather.
For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.calgaryhumane.ca/get-involved/chsevents/dogjog/
The Calgary International Children’s Festival (Kidsfest) celebrates its 32nd anniversary this season. From its humble beginning in 1987, Kidsfest has grown to become one of the most prominent non-profit arts festivals of its kind in Canada and the largest presenter of performing arts for young people in Calgary.
Visit calgarykidsfest.ca for the full lineup of artists joining for the 32nd annual Kidsfest. Explore and experience the festival through puppetry, music, dance, theatre, and more!