Found 7 blog entries about Things to do in Calgary.
With Cannabis becoming legal recreationally as of 12:00am this morning there are a few things to keep in mind before indulging in Calgary.
Age, quantity & location restrictions
If you’re over the age of 18 in Alberta, you able to spend your green on the green legally, as it’s the same age requirement for alcohol and tobacco use.
People can only buy the product from Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission & Cannabis-licensed stores or from the government’s site. Licensed stores won’t be able to sell cannabis if they sell alcohol, tobacco or pharmaceuticals. Under federal legislation, you can buy dried flower, milled flower, plant seeds, oil, capsules and pre-rolled joints.
Thirty (30) grams is the cannabis max you can buy or carry at one time.…
How to start planning for your 2019/2020 Wedding!
A wedding is a time to celebrate, to laugh with friends and family, to learn and grow with your soon to be husband/wife & to share private Pinterest boards with your best girl friends (and planners!)
but it is also a time to remember your highschool 'Intro to Excel' class, because let us tell you… remembering how to do Excel formulas is going to seriously come in handy (Who has time to exit Instagram to get to the calculator function on your phone, right?).
Here at The ItsSold.ca Team, one of us likes Excel more than the others, But we all agree on one thing, everyone needs a spreadsheet entitled "OMG" or, if you're going to be all adult about it just "Budget."
And not only do you need the…
5 Long Weekend Activities for the Whole Family
High River Little Britches Weekend
Round up your cow pokes and come down to enjoy one of Canada’s most unique rodeos, plus a jam-packed roster of events including the 60th Annual Little Britches parade. The Little Britches rodeo is one of the main attractions, where kids can practice their cowboy moves in challenges such as calf roping, sheep riding & barrel busting! There will also be a music festival & “Taste of High River” event for food lovers! This year’s parade theme is “A Salute to High River First Responders”
Who: All Ages
When: Friday May 18th – Monday May 21st
Tickets: Mostly Free (Some ticketed events)
Where: High River Rodeo Grounds
5 Free Events to attend this weekend in calgary with the whole family!
Calgary Night Market
The last indoor market of the season! Join in and buy some amazing one of a kind made goods from awesome vendors! Shop over 40+ vendors, food trucks and more! There will be arts & crafts and a live DJ.
When: Friday April 20th 5:00-11:00pm
Where: Eau Claire Market - 200 Barclay Parade SW
Who: The Whole Family!
Law Day 2018
Law Day offers opportunities for everyone to be entertained and educated about Canada’s legal system and the legal profession, includes live mock trails featuring favourite story book characters and local celebrities. Free 20-minut legal consultations, courthouse tours…
Wondering what to do this week with your Girlfriends and/or Boyfriends? Here are 10 Ideas to ease the evening:
Mondays at Milestones: “A Night for the Girls” 4 Bellinis and 4 appetizers for just $40! Also, to cap off the evening- for dessert they have individual tubs of cookie dough ice cream with chunks of caramel and a house-baked cookie. Grab your girls and make it a date night! Milestonesrestaurants.com
Wednesdays at Cowboys: “Legendary Ladies Night” Drink Specials, Male entertainment and Limo packages! Cowboysnightclub.com
Thursdays at Gravity Espresso & Wine Bar: Ladies Night! Enjoy a 3 cheese platter and two glasses of prosecco for $30! Sounds like the perfect night for you and your leading
You don’t have to break to bank to experience some of Calgary’s best attractions!
Here are 10 activities to do this weekend in Calgary for under $20
1. Calgary Tower
The iconic Calgary Tower opened in 1968 and is a staggering 191 meters high (about 627 feet). But don’t worry, you won’t have to climb its 762 steps — two 25-passenger, high-speed elevators soar to the top in 62 seconds. Once there, stand on the glass floor observation terrace for a bird’s eye view of the Rocky Mountains and iconic Calgary landmarks. An audio guide is available in 7 different languages (English, French, Mandarin, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and German) and will explain interesting trivia about some of the notable art and architecture in your view.