Celebrate Easter with a deliciously curated brunch, spend a date night exploring the the fine arts, attend a Spring market or show off your dance skills to all your homies. Whatever you’re in the mood for, here’s what’s happening this April in YYC.
1. Easter Brunch at the Zoo
April 1st at 9am, 1130am and 2pm
The Calgary Zoo, 210 St. George’s Dr NE
Make Easter extra special with one of the city’s most unique brunch experiences at the Calgary Zoo. They’ll have a uniquely curated menu of buttermilk pancakes, maple sausages and bacon, roasted lemon pepper chicken, and more. Plus, stick around for dessert where White Chocolate and Wild Berry Bread Pudding, an Easter Sundae Station and a Chocolate fountain will be featured.
2. Easter Sunday Brunch at Wainwright Hotel
April 1st from 9am-2pm
Wainwright Hotel at Heritage Park, 1900 Heritage Dr SW
Step back in time and join Heritage Park for a delicious Easter Sunday Brunch in the historic Wainwright Hotel. Their Easter brunch includes a carving station with maple brown sugar glazed ham and slow roasted striploin of Alberta beef, buttermilk pancakes, a custom made-to-order omelette station, hashbrowns, eggs benedict, and more. There will also be traditional Easter egg decorating happening in the Upper Wainwright Hotel.
3. Easter Sunday Brunch at MARKET Calgary
April 1st from 11am-3pm
MARKET Calgary, 718 17 Ave SW
On April 1st, MARKET will be hosting an Easter Sunday Brunch created by Executive Chef Evan Robertson. Grab your friends and family and enjoy a deliciously curated brunch menu with $6 mimosas on special – as if you needed any reason to be persuaded with brunch.
4. Easter Brunch at Fairmont Palliser
April 1st from 11:15am-2pm
Rimrock Dining Room – Fairmont Palliser, 133 9 Ave SW
The Fairmont Palliser will be hosting an elevated Sunday Brunch for Easter Sunday on April 1st. The brunch stars all of your traditional Easter favourites like baked goods, salads, platters, a fresh seafood bar and chef-attended action stations.
5. Easter in Kensington
April 1st from 12pm-4pm
Kensington is celebrating their fourth annual Easter on April 1st. Join in from noon ‘til 4pm for an Easter hunt from over 20 participating businesses, a petting zoo with some adorable furry friends from Butterfield Acres, and a visit from the Bernard Callebaut Easter Bunny. This is the perfect opportunity to check out the different businesses in the ‘hood and show some #locallove.
6. Barre West: Strongest Self Challenge
April 1st-April 30th
Barre West, #420 7337 Macleod Tr
Meet us at the barre. Start prepping your Summer body with a solid fitness routine from one of Calgary’s best new fitness studios. Take 5 classes per week or 20 classes in April at Barre West and be entered to win fabulous prizes from the studio and their local partners – you’ll definitely want to come check out this lovely space.
April 3rd-21st at 2pm or 730pm
Alberta Theatre Projects, 220 9 Ave SE
Watch the world premiere of this uplifting hockey and dance extravaganza starting on April 3rd. Set in 1933, a group of four female friends from Canada set out to prove that hockey isn’t just a sport for men. With barriers like the Great Depression weighing on the nation and the political tensions in Europe standing in their way, find out if they can they defy the odds and pave their own path to glory.
8. My Favourite Things! Celebrating the Music of Julie Andrews
April 6th-7th from 8pm-1030pm
Jack Singer Concert Hall, 205 8 Ave SE
This concert celebrates the best of singer and actress Julie Andrews. Best known from her roles in The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, and Cinderella, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra will be bringing the spirit of this beloved lady to stage for two nights only. With the help of Conductor Paul Langford’s and Diane Penning, this is sure to be a “Supercalifragilistic” evening of music.
9. Make It Calgary
April 6th-8th at Various Times
Big Four at Stampede Park, 1410 Olympic Way SE
Where our makies at? From April 6th-8th, Make It Calgary will be returning with 135 of the fabulous makers you’ve come to know and love for their spring show (there’s even some new exhibitors too!). Whether you’re looking for accessories, jewellery, clothing, art, home decor, or more, one thing is for sure – you won’t leave empty handed. There’s also a beer garden, good music, and food trucks to keep those good vibes flowin’ all day long.
10. The Cannabis & Hemp Expo
April 7th from 10am-6pm and April 8th from 11am-5pm
BMO Centre, Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way SW
The Cannabis & Hemp Expo hits the BMO Centre on April 7th and 8th. With a variety of vendors showcasing some of the best products and services the expanding industry has to offer, as well as some insightful free seminars offered for all attendees, this event is bound to be fun and knowledgeable for all those eager and curious.
11. The Little Vegan Spring Market
April 7th from 11am-4pm
Marda Loop Communities Association, 3130 16 St SW
The Little Vegan Market is kicking off the start of a new season with a Spring edition of their market. Featuring over 25 local vegan vendors, you can expect to find everything from food to fashion here.
12. Mill Street SpringFest 2018
April 7th from 12pm-4pm
Mill Street Brewpub, 219 17 Ave SW
Join Mill Street Brewpub on April 7th as they celebrate the wonderful local beer community in our city. They’ll have a lineup of breweries each showcasing samples of both classic and seasonal brews. There will also be bites and sips offered all afternoon and each brewery will have a guest tap so you can keep the pints comin’ for as long as you want (aka. all day long).
13. The Garden Unlocked: Theatre Calgary’s 50th Anniversary Gala
April 7th from 530pm-1030pm
The Hudson, 200 8 Ave SW
Join Theatre Calgary as they commemorate their golden anniversary on April 7th. At The Garden Unlocked, you can expect to find an evening of dining, drinking, and dancing as you celebrate the power of theatre and the fine arts. Guests will enjoy Prosecco on arrival, a three-course dinner and special entertainment planned by Theatre Calgary’s artistic director Stafford Arima.
14. Chef’s Table – French Classics: Best of Bocuse
April 7th from 630pm-9pm
ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen, 909 11 Ave SW
This class will celebrate famed French chef Paul Bocuse who left an everlasting influence on the world of cooking and modern French gastronomy. The evening will include dishes which commemorate his legacy like an indulgent (and unmistakably French) truffle soup, a beautiful Arctic char, a la meunière, prepared with a brown butter sauce, as well as other delicious French classics.
15. Introduction to Coffee Brewing at Home
April 9th from 6pm-8pm
Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters – Simmons Building, 618 Confluence Way SE
On April 9th, explore three coffee brewing methods from the talented people behind the bar at Phil & Sebastian – Simmons. You’ll dive into the methods of french press, AeroPress and pour-over all while learning about the effect of grind, dose and temperature on the taste of your brewed coffee. The best part will be showing off your newfound barista skills to all your friends.
16. Trivia Night at WURST: Throwback Early 00’s Part I
April 10th from 7pm-9pm
WURST, 2437 4 St SW
Did you know how many amazing shows came out of the early 00s? Neither did we. This month’s Trivia theme is a Throwback (and a salute) to all things cable. If you waited weekly to see the latest and greatest of Jimmy McNulty Baltimore bad-assery, Chuck Bass’s elitist shenanigans, Dexter Morgan’s suspenseful double-life, and beyond… this is the Trivia Night for you. We’ll be featuring the best of the best male characters from TV Shows between 2000 and 2010.
17. Adult’s Only Night: The Science Behind Science Fiction
April 12th from 6pm-10pm
TELUS Spark, 220 St George’s Dr NE
Our favourite nerdy date is back this month with a brand new theme: The Science Behind Science Fiction. Explore the science behind the scenes science that goes into the making of all your favourite sci-fi movie effects. You know, those flying aliens, larger-than-life superheroes and gravity-defying space vessels. With free reign in their galleries, a fully-licensed bar, dance tunes, and no children around, you can truly let loose – all while keeping an ‘ion’ science.
18. Village Food and Beer Pairings
April 12th from 7pm-10pm
Springbank Cheese Co. – Marda Loop, 3570 Garrison Gate SW
This monthly series is dedicated to highlighting the most current lineup of Village Brewery beers paired with local eats. This month – the popular duo of Village Brewery and Springbank Cheese Co. – Marda Loop returns. Spend an evening touring Village Brewery and enjoying 6 delicious handpicked cheeses paired with 6 tasty Village beers.
19. Taste of Bragg Creek
April 13th from 5pm-9pm
Bragg Creek Community Centre, 23 White Ave, Bragg Creek
Take a drive out to Bragg Creek to enjoy this foodie festival. With many local restaurateurs, caterers, and liquor merchants participating, there’s sure to be something appealing for every palette. Once you’ve sampled all the delicious bites and libations in the centre, be sure to grab a map and discover all the unique specials, samples, and free tastings offered at local store-fronts. This event is in support of the Bragg Creek Community Association and The Bragg Creek & Area Chamber of Commerce.
20. Rec Room Music Video Dance Party
April 13th from 9pm-1am
The Rec Room Calgary, 1180-901 64 Ave NE
On April 13th, the Rec Room Music Video Dance Party is back by popular demand. With some of the best videos from the 80’s, 90’s, and 00’s, expect to dance the night away to tunes by MJ, Backstreet Boys, Beyonce, and more legends. They’ll also include some of your guilty favourites like Woopit and Gangnam Style to really get you in the dancing mood.
21. Back to the 80’s Curling Bonspiel
April 14th from 1pm-9pm
Calgary Winter Club, 4611 14 St NW
One of the most anticipated events of the year marks its return on April 14th. This year, the Calgary Sport & Social Club is throwing it back to the 80’s for their Curling Bonspiel and it’s going to be like, totally tubular. There will even be an official after-party where teams can mingle and enjoy CSSC food and drink specials. Awards will be presented to the teams with the best overall record, best costume, and more. This event is all about fun and no experience is necessary.
22. Calgary Woman’s Show
April 14th from 10am-6pm and April 15th 11am-5pm
BMO Centre – Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way SW
The Calgary Woman’s Show returns to the BMO Centre on April 14th and 15th for two days of non-stop entertainment, fashion, beauty, boutique shopping, and celebrity appearances from guests like Jess Walton from The Young and the Restless. Featuring more than 300 exhibitors, the show will be filled with fun, samples, free swag, and fashion shows.
23. The Price is Right Live!
April 14th at 8pm and April 15th at 1pm
Grey Eagle Resort and Casino, 3777 Grey Eagle Dr
If you’re anything like us, you likely grew up on the smooth voice of Bob Barker from The Price is Right. Echoing the show, The Price is Right Live returns to The Grey Eagle Resort and Casino on April 14th and 15th. Audience members will have the chance to “Come on Down” and play classic games like Plinko, Cliffhangers, The Big Wheel, and the fabulous Showcase to win prizes including cash, appliances, vacations, and more in the interactive stage show.
24. Triwood Spring Market
April 15th from 10am-3pm
Triwood Community Association, 2244 Chicoutimi Dr NW
Triwood will be hosting their annual Spring Market on April 15th. Come browse from over 50 vendors selling everything from food to fashion and home decor. Vendors include Octopus + Ladder Designs, Pink Zebra Fragrance & Home Decor, Evil Needle, Devil Head Coffee, Word Ink, and more.
25. Calgary Underground Film Festival
April 16th-April 22nd at Various Times
Globe Cinema, 617 8 Ave SW
The Calgary Underground Film Festival returns for its 15th year from April 16th to 22nd. Featuring films from around the world and on a variety of topics, this is the place to be for all movie buffs and aspiring filmmakers. Watch films including Fake Tattoos, Paper Year, Allure, High Fantasy, and more. Don’t miss the CUFFcade, where there will be five new, independent video games for you to try your hand at.
26. Toast Volume 04: Personal Brand & Style
April 17th from 730am-9am
ATB Financial, 102 8 Ave SW
Invest in your best self with our morning mindfulness speaker series designed to showcase the foundations of successful living and provide valued tools to motivate our guests to live an intentional, empowered life. The Ace Class and ATB Investor Services are bringing you a new theme each month with a desire to activate bold conversations, cultivate connections and inspiration and empower you with the tools to be the best version of yourself.
27. Wine Tasting & Pairing
April 17th from 630pm-9pm
Vin Gogh Paint & Sip, 7004 Macleod Tr
Wine not? On April 17th, bring your homies down to Vin Gogh Paint & Sip Studio for an exclusive night of wine tasting, appetizers and painting with Sam Holmes from Yalumba Wines. The evening will include a wine sampling from the Yalumba portfolio, appetizers, and a wine themed painting. Doors open at 5:30pm, please arrive by 6:20pm to check in and find your seat.
28. Trivia Night at Jamesons Pub Brentwood: Canadian Edition Part II
April 17th from 7pm-9pm
Jamesons Pub, 3790 Brentwood Rd NW
If you can recall those A Part of our Heritage commercials, then this is the trivia night for you. Brush up on all things hockey, snow, politics, geography and healthcare and make your high school History teachers proud.
29. Lantern Terrariums
April 17th from 7pm-9pm
Trolley 5 Brewpub, 728 17 Ave SW
Hands On YYC is bringing you a unique spin on one of their most requested workshops. On April 17th, grab your bestie and prepare to get artsy while you create beautiful terrariums inside lanterns illuminated by fairy lights. Whether you’re looking to spruce up your condo or office space, all your homies will be impressed by your new masterpiece. Bites and local craft beers will be served to enhance your experience and all supplies are included.
30. The Secret Garden
April 17th – May 19th at Various Times
Max Bell Theatre, 240 9 Ave SE
Starting from April 17th, watch Theatre Calgary bring the classic children’s book, The Secret Garden, to life in a delightful Broadway musical. The story starts as a young orphan is sent to live with her reclusive uncle on his dark and depressing estate. When she discovers a magical key that leads her to a neglected garden, she reawakens the magic locked inside the garden walls and in her family’s heart.
31. Speed Dating (Singles 25+)
April 18th from 6pm-8pm
Bourbon Room, 341 10 Ave SW
Put down your phone and join us for 3D Tinder. Each event has 20 single women and 20 single men to connect with. The women stay in the same seat and the men rotate. Each date will last from 4-5 minutes. You can practice your flirting skills and game while meeting new people. We collect your matches at the end of the night and will contact you with your matches the following day. This is so you don’t have the awkward phone number exchange at the end of the conversation. Your contact info is only shared with permission and if you have a match. Try something a little out of your comfort zone – your couch won’t miss you.
32. The ACE Class Presents Dream, Girl Calgary
April 18th from 6pm-9pm
National Music Centre, 850 4 St SE
After several special requests, The Ace Class is bringing Dream Girl back for its second screening in YYC. This event welcomes women of all ages to join in for a film screening of Dream, Girl – a documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs. Dream, Girl is built with an intention of creating an experience that empowers education, connection and positive affirmations on what it means to be a woman in business. Enjoy an evening of light libations, a screening of the documentary and impactful discussions led by our panel of local business leaders. We can’t wait to see you there.
33. Pressed Flower Art with Oxeye Floral Co at Greater Goods
April 18th from 630pm-830pm
Greater Goods, 606 Meredith Rd NE
On April 18th, head over to Greater Goods to join Oxeye Floral Co (formerly Gypsy Skulls) for a night of connection over artwork. With step-by-step instructions from Ayla of Oxeye Floral Co, you’ll learn how to create a unique and beautiful pressed flower art piece. Tickets include guided directions, all supplies and necessary tools, snacks and light refreshments and a gift to take home from Greater Goods.
34. Elbow Room and Trolley 5 Beer Dinner
April 19th from 6pm-930pm
Elbow Room, 802 49 Ave SW
It’s the collaboration we’ve all been waiting for. On April 19th, Elbow Room Britannia and Trolley 5 join forces for one exclusive evening of delicious food, tasty beer, and loads of good company. Come enjoy five expertly curated courses all perfectly paired with beers from one of the cities best microbreweries.
35. One Ball’s Second Annual Chest Wax and Comedy Night
April 19th from 630pm-1030pm
Yuk Yuks – Elbow River Casino, 218 18 Ave SE
On April 19th, honour testicular cancer awareness month with our friends at Oneball for their 2nd Annual Chest Wax and Comedy Night. The evening will star three funny AF comedians, as well as an incredible silent auction, and of course – the return of the infamous chest wax. Inspired by the movie the “40-Year-Old Virgin” several brave souls will be volunteering their burly and manly chest hairs to be waxed for a great cause. You won’t want to miss it.
The National Music Centre is proud to bring you a new concert series that highlights the distinctive sound of original, Alberta-made music. They’ll be presenting music from nêhiyawak with opener FOONYAP this month. Expect tunes from atmospheric Edmonton act nêhiyawak that explore their Indigenous heritage with a mix of the present, and a beautiful blend of folk and electronic from local Calgarian FOONYAP.
37. Calgary Poutine Week
April 20th – April 28th
Mark your calendars, poutine lovers. Calgary Poutine Week returns to Calgary from April 20th to 28th and is your chance to indulge in guilt-free poutine. That’s because for every poutine sold from a participating restaurant, Mealshare will provide a free meal to someone in need. Expect to find unique twists on this classic dish from more than 70 participating restaurants like Calcutta Cricket Club’s Chips and Curry Poutine, Home and Away’s Braised Beef Poutine, OEB’s Soul in a Bowl Poutine, and more.
38. Climb for Wilderness 2018
April 21st from 830am-1130am
The Bow, 500 Centre St S
Do some good in your ‘hood. On April 21st, bring your squad to celebrate Earth Day with Climb for Wildness at the Bow Building. Participants will get the chance to climb all 1,204 stairs of the Bow, enjoy breathtaking views, and have the chance to win some amazing prizes while doing their part to protect Alberta’s wilderness. People of all ages and athletic ability are invited to join. All funds raised go directly towards the Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA)
39. Babes Who Brunch
April 21st from 10am-12pm
Teatro Restaurant, 200 8 Ave SE
Don’t let the cute name fool you, this is one bad ass brunch. On April 21st, join The Ace Class for mimosas, a two-course brunch and stimulating conversation led by featured speaker, Melanie McKay, Founder of Camp Hoo-Ha. Melanie is a bad ass bringing a community of women together to explore a variety of topics – think camp for adults that happens monthly.
40. 2018 YYCfit Health & Fitness Expo
April 21st from 11am-6pm and April 22nd from 11am-4pm
Big Four Building – Stampede Park, 1898 Macleod Tr SE
Calling all our health nuts – the second annual YYCfit Expo is back on April 21st and 22nd. Whether you’re a newbie in the gym or a seasoned pro, this show will appeal to everyone with an interest in health and fitness. Last year’s event showcased vendors like Barbell Bros, Harbour Meals, Lagree YYC, Made Foods, Lorna Jane Activewear and Pole Junkies and this year promises more of the same. Don’t miss it.
41. YYCFoodTrucks Spring Frenzy
April 21st – April 22nd from 11am-7pm
C-Square in East Village, 7 Ave SE
They’re baaaaaaaaack, YYC. With Spring officially in the air, the YYCFoodTrucks are officially back to kick off another incredible season. On April 21st and 22nd, enjoy 15+ food trucks, live music and other activities including a marketplace and arts installations. Bring the whole family down for what promises to be a delicious and unforgettable experience.
42. The ACE Class x The Practice – Commitment
April 22nd from 130pm-330pm
Friendship Fitness, 4039 Brentwood Rd NW
The Practice and The Ace Class have partnered to create a quarterly event series, with the first of this mindfulness and movement series focusing on the value of commitment. Join in on April 22nd at Friendship Fitness as you unite with other women in transforming your minds and bodies. Lady boss Mallory Chapman will share her vision for The Practice, and lead us through 30 minutes of mindfulness and 30 minutes of movement. This event is perfect for any woman who is longing for a life coach, but is also seeking the tough love and motivation from a personal trainer.
43. Cheese Making Workshop Level I
April 22nd from 430pm-730pm
Cuisine et Chateau, #103 227 10 St NW
We hope this date night idea isn’t too ‘cheesy’. Join Cuisine et Chateau for their Cheese Making Workshop as they show you how to transform simple ingredients into delectable delights. Some recipes included in the class include ricotta, creme fraiche, mozzarella, and paneer. Come try your hand at something a little different – the evening will include an apron, recipe booklet and light meal.
44. Trivia Night at CRAFT Southcentre: 90’s Pop Culture
April 23rd from 6pm-8pm
CRAFT – Southcentre Mall, #273A, 100 Anderson Rd SE
Calling all 90’s kids for our newest rendition of Trivia Nights at Craft Beer Market in Southcentre. Join us for a special night of Trivia – this one’s for all those who were swept off their feet by a young JTT or Kelly Kapowski, who stayed up past their bedtimes to catch an episode of the X-Files or Are you Afraid of the Dark?, and who grew up with the Freshest prince there ever was. #eatmyshorts
45. Bourbon and Bingo
April 24th from 6pm-8pm
The Met, 317 8 Ave SW
What to expect from a night of Bingo and Bourbon? A custom tasting upon your arrival, VIP food and drink specials from The Met, themed prizes from our sponsors (The Met, Co-op Wine & Liquor, and Yoga Nova), and of course – some good ol’ fashion bingo. You know you want to be there.
46. Cilantro Spring Dinner Series 2018
April 24th from 630pm-930pm
Cilantro, 338 17 Ave SW
Join Cilantro for the launch of their Spring Dinner Series on April 24th. This will be an intimate evening of delicious bites and drinks brought to you by Chef Lancelot Monteiro and CRMR’s Wine Director, Brad Royale. The event will happen in Cilantro’s Upstairs Lounge where you’ll sample four carefully paired wines with four innovative dishes prepared by Cilantro’s culinary team. There are only 20 tickets available per event, so don’t wait – this event is sure to sell out quickly.
47. Trivia Night at WURST: Throwback Early 00’s Part II
April 24th from 7pm-9pm
WURST, 2437 4 St SW
Did you know how many amazing shows came out of the early 00s? Neither did we. This month’s Trivia theme is a Throwback (and a salute) to all things cable. Join us on April 24th for The Girls’ Club of 2000s TV Shows. If you waited weekly to see the latest and greatest of Rory and Lorelei’s dynamic, the LC vs. Heidi saga, Lucille Bluth’s overbearing motherhood, and beyond, this is the Trivia Night for you. We are featuring the best of the best female characters from your fave 00s TV Shows.
48. Wing Woman
April 25th from 6pm-8pm
Bourbon Room, 341 10 Ave SW
Taking a speed dating format, Wingwoman’s monthly event is designed to connect women with other women in a fun, approachable and non-boring networking way – trust us, there will be no unflattering power suits or stuffy conference rooms here. Instead, this casual power hour will give you the opportunity to chat it up with other fierce, like-minded women for three minutes at a time, with the goal of finding the perfect match for what you’re missing in your tribe. Think of Wingwoman as the event that builds your coveted contact list, as opposed to your little black book. You can thank us later.
49. An Evening with Nancy Pearl
April 25th from 7pm-830pm
John Dutton Theatre – Central Library, 616 Macleod Tr SE
On April 25th, the Calgary Public Library will be hosting bestselling author and renowned librarian, Nancy Pearl, at Central Library’s John Dutton Theatre. The evening will include a free discussion between Pearl and former CJSW radio personality Chad Saunders on Pearl’s work and why books and libraries matter more than ever in a post-truth society. This will also be the Canadian launch of Pearl’s charming first novel, George & Lizzie. If the library had a rock star, Nancy Pearl would be it – come find out why.
50. Shibori Indigo Dye Workshop
April 25th from 7pm-9pm
Pinnovate DIY Studio, 137 Mahogany Square SE
Let’s get creative. Come learn the gorgeous Japanese art of Shibori Indigo Dyeing with the talented artists at Pinnovate DIY Studio. They’ll guide you through the art of folding, tying and twisting your scarf to create your own unique and beautiful patterns and each guest will receive a rayon scarf and canvas bag to dye and take home.
51. Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo
April 26th – April 29th at Various Times
BMO Centre – Calgary Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way SW
This one’s for the nerds. Calgary’s nerdiest event returns to Stampede Park from April 26th to 29th. Dress up in your best cosplay outfits and experience this four-day long comic and entertainment convention. Enjoy celebrity guest appearances from stars like Back to the Future’s Michael J. Fox, Justice League’s Jason Momoa, Jurassic Park’s Jeff Goldblum, and more. There will also be a Master of Cosplay contest, an artbook and charity auction, celebrity photo and autograph sessions, panels, and hundreds of vendors’ booths for fans to marvel at and shop from.
52. Belmont Grand Opening Celebration
April 28th from 12pm-5pm
Belmont Drive SE, Calgary
Thinking about moving to South Calgary or just want to check out what’s up and coming in YYC? Join us at the Grand Opening Celebration of Calgary’s newest community (Belmont, by Anthem United) on the weekend of April 28. Take bae around as you check out what the community has to offer. Tour some beautiful showhomes, indulge in food truck eats, hang out by the Amp Radio tent, and check out some other fun events happening inside the homes.