Here a list of some of the remaining Calgary events for May 2014. Be sure to check these out and post some pictures on I Love Calgary!
When: Wednesday May 21 to Saturday May 24
What: Family friendly world class performing arts and free open air activities.
Where: Epcor Center and Olympic Plaza.
Tickets at calgarychildfest.org
When: Friday May 23 and Saturday May 24
What: A series of workshops featuring a multitude of artists.
Where: National Music Centre, 134 11th Ave SE, 403-543-5115.
More information at nmc.ca/njs
When: Sunday May 25
What: A street festival with over 500 vendors of food and crafts. Starts at 10:00 am with a parade.
Where: Mission Community – 4th Street SW
More information at lilacfestival.net
When: Thursday May 29 to Sunday June 8
What: 11 days and nights of comedy with over 70 performers.
Where: Various venues
More information at funnyfest.ca
When: Sunday May 31
What: Bike demos, clinics, group rides and tons of kids activities.
Where: Eau Claire Festival Plaza – 3rd Street and Riverfront Ave SW
More information at events.mec.ca
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