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The seventh annual Alberta Culture Days will kick off with a free party downtown. The party starts at 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26 at Stephen Avenue Walk & Olympic Plaza. The event will include dancing, music, interactive art workshops, performances by Viet Cong and The Wet Secrets and more. The event will kick off a weekend of fun cultural events throughout Calgary and around the province as well. There will be activities and fun for all ages.
This event is a great way to connect with the community while having fun! Bring your friends, family or that special someone and have a great time at this free block party that marks the festivities of Alberta Culture Days!
Individual tickets are now on sale for the Calgary International Film Festival which runs September 18-28. The festival will take place in several venues including Eau Claire Market, The Globe Cinema and The Theatre Junction Grand. The Calgary International Film Festival seeks to shoe the world from a different view and offer a fresh, unique perspective with visual stories from Alberta and around the world. The festival will consist of 11 days of over 200 films that span several genres.
Series in the film festival include Short Film Series, Canadian Cinema Series, Documentary Series, New American Cinema Series, World Cinema Series and more. Horror, comedy, documentaries, artistic shorts and more can be viewed at this annual festival. This year mark's…
No question about it, 2014 has been a year of records.
The past two months saw two more monthly sales records fall at CIR REALTY. In July, we recorded 1053 sales which set a new record for the month of July. In August, we recorded 898 sales which set a new record for the month of August.
For the last 5 months in a row we’ve set new monthly sales records!
Congratulations to all the CIR Realtors on having a fantastic year so far!
The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area, located just southwest of the city of Calgary, offers 4,800 acres of natural beauty. The conservation area serves multiple purposes including the protecting natural habitats for native species, offering educational programs and managing human use of the area. Upon enterint the conservation area, you will be asked to register at the kiosk. Registration is quick and easy. However, since the Ann & Sandy Conservation Area is serves such an important purpose in protecting natural wildlife, there are certain guidelines that must be observed. There are no dogs, horses or pets allowed on the site. Cars, bikes, strollers and other vehicles are prohibited on the trails. Hunting, camping, fires and smoking are also not…
Listing information last updated on October 1st, 2014 at 10:06am MDT.