Well the Christmas Season is finally upon us, bringing plenty of hustle and bustle for the weekend. If you’re not out shopping for the Black Friday weekend, there are plenty of fun Calgary events to keep you out and about this weekend. Check out some of our faves in below in our #YYC Weekend Scoop – Top Things to do in Calgary Nov 27-Nov 29.
Calgary Hitmen Hockey Game – Friday Nov 27 7:00pm – Cheer on the Calgary Hitmen Hockey team as the take on the Regina Pats at the Scotiabank Saddledome tonight at 7:00pm. There are still lots of great seats to take on the action and have a great night out at the dome for under $20/ticket!
Spruce Meadows Christmas Market – It’s your last weekend to take in all the fun of the Spruce Meadows Christmas Market before they turn the venue over to the Christmas Lights Display! Enjoy 250 plus vendors spreading Christmas Spirit in the indoor comfort of the Spruce Meadows Riding Hall, Equi-Plex,Gallery on the Green, Reindeer Alley and Candy Cane Lane. Bring the kids to check out the Reindeer, sit by a warm fire-pit, or take in the lively entertainment, from choirs to instrumental and dance performances.
Cost: Adutls: $12 at the Door or Save $2 Online – Use Coupon Code: NoelSave2015 – Children & Seniors: FREE
Super Scene Improve – Loose Moose Theatre – Sat Nov 28 8:00pm – For a night of fun and laughter check out Loose Moose Theatre’s hilarious improv nights, Saturday’s Super Scene features Four or five of their best performers each directing the first part of an improvised play. The audience then votes for the their favorite, and the director/play with the least number of votes is eliminated. After each subsequent round there is another elimination until on improvised play is complete and one director is victorious.
Calgary Carol Festival – Knoxx United Church – Sat Nov 29-Monday Nov 30th 7:00pm Nightly – Welcome the season, help the Calgary Food Bank AND take in the sounds of several Calgary Choirs showcasing their favourite Carols! The event is held Downtown at the Knoxx United Church and features 12 choirs per night each singing 2 selections so you will see a nice musical variety.
Cost: Entrance by Donation to the Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank (non-perishable food items or cash donations taken at the door).
ArtCop21 Installation Performance ‘Rooms’ – Royal Sunalta Park – Sun Nov 29th 2-5pm – If you love contemporary art or you’re in the mood to check out something different, take a walk in the park and visit the Global Climate Rally’s exhibit ‘Rooms’, a dance theatre performance work. Rooms is a site-based performance installation that addresses human adaptation in the face of climate changem, through a dance theatre performance that takes place inside constructed ‘rooms’, Rooms exposes our efforts to adapt to a rapidly changing world. The performance will take place on November 29th at 2pm in Royal Sunalta Park, 1737 14th Ave SW in Calgary, AB.
Cost: Free of Charge
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