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Outdoor Ice Skating in the City of Calgary

City of Calgary Outdoor Rinks

Outdoor Ice Skating in the City of Calgary

The City of Calgary outdoor skating rinks are seasonal and typically open mid to late December through February. Except for Olympic Plaza which, is generally open from mid-November to mid-March because of its refrigerated ice surface.

Ice conditions, of course, can change with the weather and rinks may close if conditions decline or maintenance is required.

The following outdoor skating rinks are maintained by The City:
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Canada Day Festivities in Calgary 2019

Canada Day Parade

Canada Day Festivities in Calgary 2019

The national day of Canada is Canada Day which celebrates the anniversary of July 1, 1867, the date of the Constitutional Act, 1867, joining three separate colonies of the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick into a single Dominion within the British Empire. Is a federal statutory holiday. Called Dominion Day originally, the holiday was renamed in 1982, the year the Canada Act was passed. 

Across the country many communities will host organized celebrations for Canada Day. Join the Canada Day Long Weekend celebrations in and around Calgary to honour Canada's 152nd birthday with many outdoor public events, such as parades, carnivals, festivals, barbecues, fireworks, and concerts on July 1, 2019.

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La Brezza Ristorante: Their Story

Who They Are

La Brezza, meaning ocean breeze, is considered one of Calgary’s finest Italian restaurants. Opened in 1987 and still in its original location —once the owner’s house, La Brezza continues to offer an elegantly simple Italian cuisine, emphasizing traditional home-cooked goodness.

You can enjoy a satisfying lunch and dinner menu with daily specials and in which you can indulge. They pride themselves in offering great food, great service, and a warm, relaxing atmosphere. And hope to see you soon!

Their Story

It was 1981, and their founder Marco Abdi had just moved to Calgary from Somalia by way of Italy. He arrived with just a few dollars in his pocket and promptly got a job as a caretaker at a medical building in inner city Bridgeland. He lived across the street...

St. Patrick's Day Celebrations: Calgary West Side

St. Patrick's Day Celebrations: Calgary West Side

May the luck of the Irish be with you! St. Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick's Day, or Feast of Saint Patrick "the Day of the Festival of Patrick", a religious and cultural celebration held on 17 March. Tradition says that Saint Patrick died on this date and was buried. Over centuries, numerous legends arose around Patrick and he became the patron saint of Ireland.

Saint Patrick's Day was made an official Christian feast day in the early 17th century and is observed by many Churches. This day commemorates Saint...

Fun Winter Activities To Do in Calgary

Fun Winter Activities To Do in Calgary

It's that time of year to get outside and enjoy winter and all the fun activities it has to offer us here in Calgary. Whether you decide to go ice skating, tubing, skiing, snowshoeing or grab a hot chocolate and see the downtown winter light festival. You will want to get outdoors and enjoy winter in all its glory. Here is a list of amazing and fun activities to do in Calgary this winter season.

Ice Skating

Bowness Park, 8900 48th Avenue NW

Bowness Park is located along the Bow River between Stoney Tr. and 85 St. NW. A shallow lagoon runs along the park's southern edge, which has always been the centre piece of the park. The City crews meticulously make a wonderful skating rink from it once the temperature is cold enough. But you also could just come with a picnic lunch and sit next to the gas-fired fire pits and enjoy the ambience. The...

Calgary's Best and Boldest Chickpea-based Delight: MotherMayIBake

/userfiles/419/image/Tost_Realty_Group_Photos_2018/hummus1.JPGWhen we look for people to spotlight here at the Tost Realty Group, we are always excited by those who seem to up the ante for local quality, while challenging and stoking creativity among others along the way. We have seen enough of the “run of the mill” products that may go through typical boom and bust cycles, and are always on the hunt for those that are above average in every single way. Nada Choufi has long shared her passion for food via the blog ...

The Organic Evolution of Calgary's Favorite Facial: Skoah In Westhills

/userfiles/419/image/Tost_Realty_Group_Photos_2018/spa21.jpgFrom the busy streets of Fifth Avenue in New York to the quaint shops of Notting Town in London, scores of individuals walking out of a proper facial treatment file into the streets glowing and full of renewed vigour every day. Having skin that constantly looks and feels great is one physical attribute that we can all admit is high on the list for just about anyone. Fifteen years ago in Vancouver, the Skoah namesake launched a concept that was geared towards facials only, and was...

Brekkie: Calgary's Bright and Beckoning Nook For the Anticipated Break in the Day

/userfiles/419/image/Tost_Realty_Group_Photos_2018/brekkie1.jpThe interval during the day that brings everyone together has been righteously celebrated as of late, and not just a rushed and frantic time to down a beginning meal that is less than satisfactory. We pride ourselves on our nearby mountain landscape and continuously sunny skies here, and when the chill becomes prevalent in the air, strive to meet with friends and loved ones for a warm and rejuvenating meal.

Executive Chef Jordan Walsh long had the dream of becoming a first-rate chef, and working as a line cook during high school, he realized that he had a huge passion for everything culinary-related. He was well-recognized enough that he began a cooking apprenticeship even prior to graduation, and was quickly recognized as talented enough to land a spot at...

Shokunin: Mastering the Intricacies of Japanese Cuisine and Craftsman's Pride

Some of what awaits at this venueHaving deep roots in the Calgary dining scene and being an individual who worked hard to finally take command of his own kitchen, Darren MacLean doesn't claim to have a very high level of Japanese roots himself dominating his daily mantra. But after he traveled himself to get a firsthand glimpse of the Land of the Rising Sun and its foods, he was able to create this masterful offering in our dining scene. Having an encounter with food possessing a true purpose and story behind it is bound to move you, and leave you thinking about tranquility, simplicity, and the finer qualities of the best in well-prepared food.

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