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Things to do in YYC this July

Posted on Thu, Jun 30, 2022 By:
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Festivals

Indigenous Pop-Up Concert

July 1 from 8:00pm-10:00pm

Free outdoor Indigenous Concert featuring Wendy Walker and The Reconciliation Tribe and special guests to be announced.

Where: Bridgeland Riverside Community Association

Cost: FREE

Latin Festival

July 22-24 Olympic Plaza

Festival is a free and family-oriented, multicultural arts and entertainment festival highlighting the Latin American Culture. Cost is FREE

Visit: https://fiestaval.ca for more details.

Calgary Folk Fest

July 21- 24th

Tickets are on sale now for the 43rd presentation of the Calgary Folk Fest happening at Prince’s Island Park.

Visit: https://www.calgaryfolkfest.com

Calgary Fringe Festival

July 29th- Aug 6th

This year’s event will be a hybrid approach and will have a mix of live in person events, as well as pre-recorded artist showings as well.

Visit www.calgaryfringe.ca for all the info and updates.

Canada Day Activities

Bowness Fest

10:00am-9:00pm

Come down to Bowness to celebrate with tons of food, entertainment for the whole family, as well as artisan markets.

Where: Our Lady of Assumption School Field

Visit: https://bownessfest.ca/

Olympic Plaza

11-5pm

Get ready for a whole day of music by local artists as well as art installations and more.

St. Patrick’s Island

11-5pm

Visit the Island to partake in Buskers, Music, Food, vendors , face painting, street performers and more.

Fort Calgary

11-5pm

Head over to Fort Calgary to experience Powwows’, and an Indigenous Showcase. They will also be offering walking tours every hour, as well as there will be food trucks on site.

Fireworks

Where to watch this years Fireworks

Online Live Stream: July 1st, at 11PM

visit: www.calgary.ca/canadaday

Stampede

July 8-17th

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time, and is suggested. Persons supporting clients that plan to attend the events, will still be allowed to enter free of charge.

Stampede Breakfasts will also be taking place leading up to the kick off of Stampede.

Visit this handy link to find one near you: https://stampedebreakfast.ca/

For full list of events please visit: calgarystampede.com

If you choose to attend on your own personal time, Sobeys, IGA and Safeway have 10 days of entries for $50.

HIKES

Here is a list of accessible hikes to check out this month. Always visit the PARKS website before you head out to note any warnings, closures and trail conditions.

Mount Lorette Ponds

Foregetmenot Ponds

Peter Lougheed Discovery Centre

Rocky Mountain Legacy Trail (Banff – Canmore)

Riverside Trail, Canmore

Policeman’s Creek Boardwalk, Canmore

www.albertaparks.ca

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