From the Calgary Career Fair and Training Expo to An Irish Stew – Murder Mystery Dinner, here’s what’s up this week in YYC.
1. Calgary Career Fair and Training Expo
March 12th from 10am-3:30pm
Calgary TELUS Convention Centre, 120 9 Ave SE
Looking for a new job? Network with some of Calgary’s leading employers while you discover new open positions around the city at this all day event. Stop in anytime between 10am-3:30pm to meet and greet your future boss as you take hold of your future.
2. The Dandy Brewing Co. Dinner
March 13th from 6pm-10pm
Deane House, 806 9 Ave SE
Deane House is hosting The Dandy Brewing Company this Wednesday. Meet the brewer and taste the beers that have impressed Calgary as you feast on a gourmet four-course meal. The menu will be crafted by Dandy Chef Merrit Gordon and Deane Chef de Cuisine Galasa Aden, and all courses will be complemented with curated beer pairings.
3. A Midsummer’s Night Dream
March 13th-16th at 7:30pm daily, with an additional show at 2pm Saturday
Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 1415 14 Ave NW
Let yourself be dazzled by this beautiful rendition of ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream,’ inspired by Felix Mendelssohn and performed by the Alberta Ballet. This graceful but comedic tale will wow-you from start to finish with its delicate touch and synchronized movement.
4. AON: Circus! After Dark
March 14th from 6pm-10pm
TELUS Spark, 220 St Georges Dr NE
Folks, the circus has come to Calgary. Grab your date and head on down TELUS Spark’s Adult’s Night to try your hand, or should we say balance and coordination, at acrobatics, contortions, juggling and more.
5. Perogy Making Class
March 15th-17th from 11am-12pm
Granary Road, 226066 112 St W, Foothills No. 31
Bring your date to Granary Road for a hands-on workshop where you’ll be guided through a perogy-making lesson from their resident perogy master, the Perogy Guy. In this one-hour class, you’ll be led through the process of kneading, rolling, filling, shaping, and pinching homemade perogies. Try something different for date night, you know you ‘knead’ it.