Don't get discouraged because we got some snow... I assure you these events will get you out of the house and excited to do something new and fun! Check out this weekend's events that are happening here in Calgary and get out and enjoy them!Calgary Home & Garden Show
March 1- 4th
Calgary Home & Garden Show is a 4 day event being held from 1st to 4th March 2018 at the BMO Centre Stampede Park in Calgary, Canada. This event showcases product from Building Construction, Agriculture & Forestry, Hand, Machine & Garden Tools, Business Services, Architecture & Designing, Real Estate Agents, Natural & Organic industries.Calgary Maple Festival
March 3- 4th
The French Canadian, First Nations and Metis cultures are at the heart of this annual festival. Each year, thousands of people flock to Heritage Park for activities such as drum circles and finger weaving, art exhibitions, live music, making maple taffy and shopping at the Sugar Market. This is the 16th year the festival has taken place.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.The 69th Highland Military Ball
It is the great honour of the Calgary Highlanders to recognize one of Canada's best-known authors and poets, Mr. Jack Whyte, as Guest of Honour for the 69th Grand Highland Military Ball.
The Grand Highland Military Ball proudly raises money for The Calgary Highlanders Regimental Funds Foundation, which is a charitable, non-profit organization that supports the Regiment and its soldiers, veterans and families as well as our affiliated cadet corps and the preservation of the Regiment's history.
Cocktails: 18:00 hrs
Dinner: 19:00 hrs
Tariff: $150.00 per person incl. GST
Gentlemen: Mess Kit, Black Tie, Business Formal or Formal Highland Wear
Ladies: Mess Kit, Business Formal or Evening Gown
Medals and decorations should be wornHeritage Park Ghost Tours
These ghost tours will take you through the streets of Heritage Park after the sun has gone down. The tours begin at the admission gate. Grab a hot chocolate or coffee (included with ticket purchase) before a guide takes you on a 90 minute tour of the park. You'll be led around the park while hearing stories of paranormal encounters staff have had as well as some eerie historical tales. There are two tours each night beginning at 7 and 7:30 p.m. If you want, stick around the Selkirk Grille after the tour to ask the tour guide questions or to discuss the scary stories you've heard with others on the tour.
Tickets cost $18