From the Banff Craft Beer Festival to Holidays in France, here’s what’s up this weekend in YYC.
1. Banff Craft Beer Festival
Runs until November 24th; Various Times
Cave and Basin National Historic Site, 311 Cave Ave, Banff, AB
Escape to the mountains for the annual Banff Craft Beer Festival hosted by Alberta Beer Festivals. Over three days in the Cave and Basin National Historic Site, guests will sample ice cold brews and taste delicious foods from Banff’s most popular restaurants and pubs.
2. Taboo: The Naughty But Nice Sex Show
Runs until November 25th at Various Times
BMO Centre, Hall B/C Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way SW
The Taboo Naughty but Nice Sex Show provides an upscale adult playground dedicated to enhancing lifestyles, encouraging romance, personal betterment and all things Taboo. Enjoy entertainment, provocative and educational seminars, unique shopping, fashion shows and live demonstrations.
November 23rd-January 5th from 6pm-9pm
The Calgary Zoo, 210 St. George’s Dr NE
The Calgary Zoo is back again this year to spread more holiday cheer. Come experience how over two million lights and 200 displays will instantly get you in the festive spirit. There will also be crackling fire pits to keep you warm, hot chocolate to purchase, and interactive activities to keep you entertained.
4. Babes Who Brunch
November 24th from 10am-12pm
Murrieta’s Bar & Grill, #200 808 1 St SW
The November edition of Babes Who Brunch features local boss babe duo, Darby and MC (Marie Claire). Darby and MC are the creators behind Limbus Movement, a physical and emotional fitness class that challenges both the body and brain. Along with impactful takeaways from the keynote speakers, tickets include coffee, a two-course brunch, a curated gift bag.
5. Holidays in France
November 24th from 7pm-9pm
Market Wines, Calgary Farmers Market, 520 77 Ave SE
If you’ve ever dreamed about what it would be like to spend the holidays in France, you’re in luck. This Saturday, Market Wines will whisk you away for an evening where you’ll sample over 20 different wines from the diverse wine regions in France. It’s the perfect excuse to get dressed up and let the wine flow – just in time for the holidays.