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    Week 4. Things to do in Calgary! January 20-26

    There’s a lot going on this week, and seeing that one of your New Years Resolutions is to have more ‘date nights’ with your significant other – you will be glad you stopped by!


    Schmancy 2014 Glenbow Museum, 130 9 Ave SE. January 22, 2014

    Schmancy is the must-attend, sure-to-sell-out event of the year. Tickets include admission to the feature presentation and the Schmancy non-gala gala. Schmancy guests will be treated to a Q + A style presentation with Bryan Adams in which he will discuss his photography. $250 Tickets (Includes Gift Membership and $100 tax receipt) $95 Under-30 Tickets – SOLD OUT (Holders of Under-30 tickets will be required to show valid identification at the door) If you require assistance or would like to purchase tickets by phone, please call 403.268.4188 or go to Schmancy


    Beethoven’s Fifth. Jack Singer Concert Hall, 205 – 8th Ave S.E. Friday, January 17, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 8:00 p.m.

    Price:Beethoven’s Fifth and Beethoven’s World – Adults: $19-$89, Students: $19-$89, Seniors: $19-$89 and Beethoven’s World: Rush Hour Concert – Adults: $25-$35, Students: $25-$35, Seniors: $25-$35

    Barber’s Violin Concerto and Korngold’s Cello Concerto build the momentum and set the stage for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, a triumphant conclusion to the evening. For more information and tickets, go to Beethoven


    Hello Moth. Cathedral Church – corner of 7 Ave and 1 Street SE. Wednesday, January 22, 2014 – 12:00

    HELLO MOTH brings a mesmerizing presence to the stage, combining pop sensibilities with unearthly sounds and intriguing musicality to create songs that surprise and charm listeners. Warm, passionate vocals contrast with the cold, digital tones of a Casio VL-1 synthesizer to form a sound that is at once soulful and soulless. The songs that result are powerful and unexpected, as before your eyes the solitary musician becomes a haunting orchestra of one. For more information, Hello Moth



    Do You Want What I’ve Got? A Craigslist Cantata 215 – 8 Avenue SE. Wednesday, January 22, 2014 runs until Saturday, February 1, 2014 – 21:00.  Price:Adult $30 – $55

    Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata by Veda Hille, Bill Richardson and Amiel Gladstone An Acting Up Theatre Production Presented by OYR and ATP as part of the 28th Annual High Performance Rodeo “… a most unique and entertaining theatrical concoction” – Jerry Wasserman, The Vancouver Province. Are you looking for a bus boyfriend, 300 stuffed penguins or a chili-eating buddy? The sometimes quirky, sometimes poignant ads from Craigslist, the pop culture phenomenon, give voice to the hopes and dreams of a generation. CBC’s Bill Richardson and Award winning singer/songwriter Veda Hille bring to life the characters behind the trash and treasures, in this heartfelt and hilarious musical that has charmed audiences in Vancouver and Toronto.


    Calgary Flames vs Phoenix Coyotes. 555 Saddledome Rise SE. Wednesday, January 22, 2014.  Price:Prices range from $40.50 – $275.50

    See the Calgary Flames go head to head with the Phoenix Coyotes!

    On Wednesday January 22nd 2014 at 7:30PM the Calgary Flames take on the Phoenix Coyotes at the Scotiabank Saddledome. For the full game schedule and ticket information, click Flames.


    A Taste of Winter on the Prairies. 1900 Heritage Drive SW Calgary tarts: Thursday, January 23, 2014. Price:$69.95 per person

    Enjoy a taste of history with this special four-course dinner inspired by the past and served in the casually elegant Selkirk Grille Restaurant. Guests can experience a taste of winter on the Prairies with an exquisite evening inspired by the meal Sam and Jane Livingston served to the Marquis de Lorne one blustery evening in 1881. For more information, click Heritage Park


     Cars of the Big and Small Screen. 1900 Heritage Drive SW.  Thursday, January 23, 2014  runs until Monday, April 21, 2014 Price:Adults $9.99 Children $4.89 Family $29.76

    Don’t miss this exciting new exhibit in Gasoline Alley Museum where you’ll meet the “biggest” stars of the big and small screen. In this exhibit, the cars are the stars! See some of the classic vehicles that have become a part of pop culture!


    Calgary Flames vs Nashville Predators 555 Saddledome Rise SE. Friday, January 24, 2014  Price:Prices range from $40.50 – $275.50

    See the Calgary Flames go head to head with the Nashville Predators!

    On Friday January 24th 2014 at 7:00PM the Calgary Flames take on the Nashville Predators at the Scotiabank Saddledome. For the full game schedule and ticket information, click Flames


    Gob Squad’s Kitchen (You’ve Never Had it so Good) Royal Canadian Legion #1, 116 7 Ave. SE. Friday, January 24, 2014.  Price:Various

    It’s 1965 and everything is just about to happen.

    Pop, subculture, superstars, feminism, drugs, bright lights and sex are about to rock the world like never before. Gob Squad takes the hand of the King Of Pop himself, Andy Warhol, to go back to the underground cinemas of New York City, back to where it all began.

    Gob Squad takes one of Warhol’s films, Kitchen, as the starting point for its quest for the original, the authentic, the here and now, the real me, the real you, the hidden depths beneath the shiny surfaces of modern life.

    Gob Squad’s Kitchen (You’ve Never Had It So Good) won the 2012 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience.

    Be prepared to seize this sublimely Warholian moment. For tickets and show time, visit Gob Squad


    2014 Year of the Horse Chinese New Year Carnival. Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre, 197 1 St. SW. Saturday, January 25, 2014 runs until

    Sunday, January 26, 2014.  Price:Free

    The “2014 Year of the Horse Chinese New Year Carnival” – a spectacular and colorful event features traditional Dragon & Lion Dance, festival performances, martial art demonstration, folk art demonstration, festival food, games, artworks exhibition, lucky draws, silent auction, meet and greet the God of Fortune and an indoor bazaar of trade booths selling all kinds of gifts and festival items. This year, we will establish a theme project, the ”Bun-Fun-Tree” – a 15′ tall tree-like construction covered with more than two thousand pieces of Chinese buns stamped with the wordings ”Ping An 平安” (Safe and Sound), ”Ji Xiang 吉祥” (Propitious) and ”Fu 福” (Good Fortune). This project is meant to bring blessings to the general public and wish everyone safe and sound, propitious and good fortune in the Year of the Horse.


    The Huron Bride. 161, 115 – 9 Avenue SE Starts:Saturday, January 25, 2014  runs until Sunday, February 23, 2014

    Price:Adults: $25-52, Seniors: $25-44, Students: (Tue/Wed/Sat Matinee): $27.00

    Vertigo Theatre’s BD&P Mystery Theatre Series presents “The Huron Bride” by Hannah Moscovitch: Hazel Sheehan has braved the perilous journey across the Atlantic to work for James as a hired hand at a backwoods sawmill. When he asks her to marry him, Hazel is overjoyed, but will the ghost of James’ ex-wife spoil their wedding plans? Originally commissioned by Toronto’s Theatrefront this creepy Canadian ghost story will be adapted exclusively for Vertigo Theatre by one of this country’s most dynamic playwrights. For tickets and more information: 403-221-3708 or visit The Huron Bride


    So I Married and Axe Murderer Robbie Burns Haggis Party. 119 – 12th Avenue SW – Hotel Arts.  Saturday, January 25, 2014

    Price:$20.00 + GST Cover Charge (includes EventBrite Service Fee)

    Celebrate Robbie Burns Day with a unique and contemporary twist. Sweet Potato hosts their annual “So I Married An Axe Murderer Robbie Burns” Party at Raw Bar by Duncan Ly on January 25th. Join Sweet Potato and their guests as they perform tunes from this classic Mike Myers comedy as well as an array of Scottish rock n roll classics as we celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s immortal bard – Robbie Burns. Prizes for best costumes from “So I Married An Axe Murderer” as well as knowledge of “all things Scottish”. Doors open at 8:00pm and the show starts at 9:00pm. Tickets are available for $20.00 and include a complimentary welcome cocktail, a taste of haggis, sweet potato and the chance to win all sorts of prizes. The Vietmodern menu for Raw Bar by Duncan Ly will also be available along with our amazing cocktail list and selection of whiskeys. Sweet Potato – is an Alberta-based roots rock band that has performed extensively since 2006 at diverse ski resorts, ghosts towns, Stampede functions and even barn dances in Nova Scotia. The annual “So I Married An Axe Murderer Robbie Burns Party” has attracted a loyal following of fans and guest musicians. Sweet Potato is comprised of David Gray (rhythm guitar/vocals/bass); Wayne Immonen (lead guitar/vocals/bass); Nick Twyman (harmonica/bass/vocals); and Dave Neufeld (drums/rants).

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