Week 6. What’s happening in Calgary! Feb 3-9

    Another chilly week in Calgary! We’ve picked some great indoor activities for you to stay warm and entertained! Enjoy!

     

    The Surrogate. 160 115 9 Ave. S.E. SHOWTIMES: Monday to Saturday at 12:10 pm Happy Hour Friday at 6:10 pm Date Night Saturday at 7:30 pm Ticket Price: $22 Adults, $19 Students / Seniors Venue / Location: Lunchbox Theatre, 160-115 9 Ave SE Phone: 403-265-4292

    The Surrogate World Premiere By Brieanna Blizzard Directed by Stacie Harrison February 3, 2014 -February 22, 2014 Description: Dreading that family dinner or holiday? Wish you could say what you really think of your sister’s boyfriend or your grandmother’s drinking? Hire a surrogate to go in your place! After her divorce Samantha sends a surrogate to family dinner—with the directive to shake all the family skeletons out of the closet! For tickets and more information, click The Surrogate

     

    Calgary Boat and Sportsmen’s Show. Thursday, February 6 – runs until Sunday, February 9.  Price:Adults – $14.00 Juniors (6-15 yrs) – $8.00 Seniors (65+) – $10.00 Children (under 6) – Free when accompanied by an adult Family (2 adults, 2 juniors) – $35.00

    The Calgary Boat and Sportsmen’s Show features boats, marine products and accessories, fishing gear, destination travel locations, ATV’s and a huge variety of outdoor related products and services. Seminars run throughout the event and there are hands on experiences for the whole family. For tickets, click Sportsmen

     

    The Kinkonaut’s present – One Lions. Birds & Stone Theatre 204 16 Ave NW. Thursday, February 6, 2014. Price: Student – $5 Regular Admission – $10

    Join us as we peddle our wares and sell our souls, confess our secrets and secrete through our sweaters, rise like eagles and inflate our egos. We might lose our jobs. We will lose our shirts. We won’t freestyle rap. For those of you who dont know, One Lions consists of improvisors Stephen Kent and Covy Holland, along with classical pianist Eric Nyland. We tell a harrowing, interlocking story based on a simple audience suggestion. We also take our clothes off. Each article of clothing we remove signals a brand new chapter in the story. Join us. OR DIE! Tickets and loads of info, click Kinkonaut’s

     

    Lolita’s Just Jazz featuring the Rob Young Quartet. 1413 – 9th Avenue SE. Friday, February 7, 2014.  Price:$15.00

    Come listen to live Jazz at Calgary’s brand new Jazz venue Lolita’s Lounge. Lolita’s Just Jazz Concert series will run every Friday night at 9pm with doors opening at 6pm for dinner.On February 7 2014 we are excited to present the Rob Young Quartet. For more information and tickets go to, Lolita’s

     

    Bowfire: Sizzling Strings. Jack Singer Concert Hall 205 – 8th Avenue SE. Saturday, February 8, 2014. Price:Adults: $35-$75 Students: $35-$75 Seniors: $35-$75

    String sensation Bowfire returns with their all star line-up of virtuosic fiddlers. This fast-paced spectacle delivers a mix of Celtic, rock, bluegrass and classical music, not to mention astounding step and tap-dancing, singing and spectacular costumes too! Get ready for a string extravaganza unlike any other! For tickets click, Bowfire

     

    The Birkenstock Ball at Festival Hall. Saturday, February 8, 2014 – 19:00. $75

    This unique folk fiesta pays tribute to the history and future of the Festival for its 35th anniversary, featuring special cocktails and other surprises plus live music by the Compadres and Wil. Fusing the sounds of two unique Canadian musical giants, James Keelaghan’s poetic folk tales and smooth baritone meet Oscar Lopez’s fiery Latin guitar stylings. Former Calgarian Wil’s inspired roots music, energy and soulfulness has cemented his reputation as a powerful live performer. For tickets go to, Birkenstock

    And So It Goes.  Sunday, February 9, 2014. Adult, $25; Students and seniors, $22.

    The Festival Chorus presents another of its ever popular traversals of jazz standards and popular classics in a special matinee performance. Effervescent guest conductor, Malcolm Edwards plays host joined by a trio of Calgary’s best jazz musicians – Derek Stoll (Piano), Kodi Hutchinson (Bass), and Greg Baker (Drums) – for an afternoon featuring familiar favorites and delightful discoveries. For more show information and tickets go to, The Festival Chorus

     

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