10 Things To Do With Friends During The Week

Posted by Robert McIntyre on Friday, April 6th, 2018 at 10:42am.

Wondering what to do this week with your Girlfriends and/or Boyfriends? Here are 10 Ideas to ease the evening:


  1. 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


  1. Wednesdays at Cowboys: “Legendary Ladies Night” Drink Specials, Male entertainment and Limo packages! Cowboysnightclub.com


  1. 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 ladies. Bring on the bubbly! Cafegravity.com


  1. Thursdays at Osteria de Medici: “Ladies Wine Night” Over 100 labels to choose from, grab your girls and wine a little. $7 glasses all night. Osteria also has corporate drink specials on Thursdays to attract a few gentlemen to the mix. Osteria.ca


  1. Bring your boy (or girl) to the yard with a REGRUB milkshake & Burger! Regrub.ca


 6. Roll a strike at Century Bowling. Cnty.com


  1. Head to Inglewood to see contemporary art exhibits or join in one of the gallery’s workshops or programs at the Esker Foundation. After viewing the artwork, take some time to appreciate the beauty of the space itself and have a seat in The Nest. 444, 1011 9 Ave. S.E., 403-930-2490, eskerfoundation.com


  1. Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre. The five-storey building first opened its doors on Canada Day, 2016 and if you haven't been yet, a rainy day is the perfect excuse to check out the various Halls of Fame that celebrate Canadian musicians. You'll also learn a lot about music as you tour the centre. For starters, you can learn to play an instrument, make music with your body, see musical artifacts and start a karaoke competition. 850 4 St. S.E., 403-543-5115, studiobell.ca


  1. Serve and bump at the Volleydome. If you’re longing for beachy weather, head to the Volleydome and play a few games of beach volleyball. If you haven’t booked ahead of time, you can drop-in on Friday and Saturday evenings. 2825 24 Ave. N.W., 403-284-3663, volleydome.net

10. See how much of a ninja you really are. Think of InjaNation as a huge playground that's for both adults and for kids. Adults can try the obstacles inspired by American     Ninja Warrior and military obstacle course racing, while the kids can try the Mini Ninja Course. Both kids and grown ups can jump on the trampolines or play trampoline     dodgeball, too. 52 Aero Dr. N.E., 587-353-4652, injanation.com

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