Week 38. What’s happening in Calgary. September 15-21

    12 Angry Men – Presented by Simply Theatre. Pumphouse Theatre, 2140 Pumphouse Ave SW. Thursday, September 11, 2014. Runs until Saturday, September 20, 2014. $20.00

    Simply Theatre invites audiences to be a “fly on the wall” at their presentation of the renown, gripping trial drama 12 Angry Men. In the intimate setting of the Joyce Doolittle Theatre at the Pumphouse, perception and prejudice will unfold to create a ripple effect over twelve strangers, as they debate the guilt or innocence of one young man. Witness how reasonable doubt will affect not only one man’s fate, but on every decision made in one’s own life. Runs September 11-20, Thursday through Saturday 7:30pm, matinee Saturday Sep 20 2pm.

     

    Riverview Artists Show and Sale. Centennial Place, 520- 3rd Avenue SW.  Monday, September 15, 2014. Runs until Friday, September 19, 2014.

    Group show features the work of 12 local Alberta Artists. Approximately 80 original paintings in a variety of styles and techniques will be exhibited and a prize draw will be held for an original acrylic painting created during the groups annual “Shared Vision” event.

     

    Feminism! A One Man Show, By A Woman And Her Amazing Friends. 1900 Heritage Drive SW. Wednesday, September 17, 2014

    Enjoy dinner in the Wainwright Hotel followed by this special evening of spoken word poetry, music and projections with Sheri-D Wilson, an Canadian Spoken Word Artist and Surrealist Poet known as the “Mama of Dada.” Tickets 403-268-8500

     

    YWCA Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. Olympic Plaza 228 8 Ave SE. Thursday, September 18, 2014. Free

    YWCA WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES® is an annual fundraising event which raises money to support the work the YWCA of Calgary does to break the cycle of family violence and help keep women and their children safe. Although family violence is a very serious matter, this fun and light-hearted event asks registered male participants to take a stand against family violence, strap on a pair of heels and walk two laps around Olympic Plaza. Only men can participate in the walk, but women play a huge role in this event by encouraging and challenging the men in their lives to register and fundraise for the YWCA of Calgary.

     

    Cooking Through the Decades: 1890’s to 1909. 1900 Heritage Drive SW. Thursday, September 18, 2014.  $50 + GST

    Ever wanted to know what it was like to cook on a wood burning stove in an historical site? During this class you will be brought back in time through a series of “current facts”. Different recipes will demonstrate the scope of cooking methods to choose from while keeping it simple and affordable. You will be involved in the preparation of the meal and will be sampling your creations.

     

    ” You Only Live Twice” James Bond Cocktail Event. 200 – 321 50 Avenue SE. Thursday, September 18, 2014.

    Welcome to James Bond ” You Only Live Twice” black tie cocktail party! The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra will be hosting a beautiful night of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres featuring bond cars, photographers, Live Musical entertainment and so much more Artists: Featuring the beautiful Capathia Jenkins & Ron Bohmer to delight the crowd with individual songs as well as a duet!

     

    Calgary MMI Event. Clarion Hotel and Conference Centre.  Friday, September 19, 2014. Runs until Sunday, September 21, 2014

    The Millionaire Mind Seminar is Coming to Calgary, AB September 2014!Register Now and get your ticket to this life changing MMI Seminar – September 19-21, 2014.

     

    Doubt: A Parable. Rosebud Theatre Box Office 1-800-267-7553. Friday, September 19, 2014. Adult / Senior Tickets range from $58.99 to $71.99 plus GST (includes meal)

    Pulitzer Prize-winning Play and Acclaimed Movie Conviction has a cost. 1964. The Bronx. Father Flynn is a charismatic priest moving with the times who locks horns with Sister Aloysius: an orthodox nun guarding the students in her care with order and discipline. But when a new teacher suspects Flynn of paying one student too much attention, Sister Aloysius launches a crusade to expose the truth at whatever the cost. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play unfolds a tightly woven mystery – the stakes terrifyingly high – an eloquent and provocative investigation of elusive truth and the cost of certainty.

     

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