Calgary has had a jam-packed schedule this year and the first week of August was no exception. Here’s a taste of what you might have missed.
The Calgary Fringe Festival just wrapped up its 2022 season, it’s first “normal” season since the pandemic.
Bridgeland Distillery has released Glenbow Whisky, Calgary's first single malt whisky created with barley from Hamill Farms.
Brewz N Booze combines stand-up comedians or drag queens, visiting quaint Alberta towns, and sampling some of the best craft beverages around.
On July 22, Esker Foundation held an event to launch their new summer exhibitions, their very first since the beginning of the pandemic.
For the entire month of July, the TELUS Spark Science Centre is showcasing a new interactive experience, Luminarium: The Timisien.
At the beginning of July, the local chocolate company cōchu chocolatier held the grand opening of their new storefront in the East Village.
Grabbing ice cream is one of the best options to cool down in the heat of the summer and Calgary has some delicious local ice cream shops.
Avid thrift shoppers knows that the best second-hand treasures are found at hidden gem thrift stores, like 17th Ave Thrift.
Sarah Elder-Chamanara started Madame Premier to empower women and encourage them to pursue careers in politics and design.
The owner of the Bliss Chic Boutique, Carlamay Sheremata, held an open house this month to catch the attention of new potential clients.
Bloom Market Collective held an outdoor vintage market on June 25 in Sunnyside, with 13 different vendors reselling vintage finds.