Thousands of runners and walkers of all levels in the city are getting set for the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon as it blazes through Stampede Park this week.
Details on that and more here:
- Scotiabank Calgary Marathon: Lace up your shoes and join thousands of other runners and walkers for the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon Race Weekend on May 25-27, 2012. The Scotiabank Calgary Marathon is a challenging, competitive and fun event with a race designed for everyone of any level. Events include the Scotiabank Marathon, Centaur Subaru half marathon, Jugo Juice 10K, AstraZeneca 5K Walk and Run and Scotiabank Kids Marathon. Stampede Park is the new start and finish venue and for more information, see here.
- Cultural Nite XIX: The Untold Tales of a Pinoy Culture Club: The University of Calgary’s Filipino Student’s Association invite you to watch Cultural Nite XIX: The Untold Tales of a Pinoy Culture Club. This annual student-led theatre production showcases different Filipino folk dances such as Tinikling and Singkil, incorporated in a play written by the club’s own members. May 26 at 7 p.m. in the Boyce Theatre. For more information about tickets, see here.
Only 45 days to go until the Calgary Stampede’s centennial! With festivities and other celebrations happening all over the place throughout the year to help celebrate 100 years of the Calgary Stampede, make sure to sign up to become a Stampede Insider for first-access to exclusive news, contests and other insider information, and be sure to keep an eye on our official Twitter account at @calgarystampede and our official Facebook fan page for giveaways, special announcements, and more! Finally, visit our website and continue to tune into the official Stampede Blog to learn more about all of the things happening here on Park and beyond!
Finally, make sure you check out this week’s Four Corners – presented by BURNCO event happening on Saturday, May 26. This week, we’ll be at Cardell Place at 11950 Country Village Link NE. Running from 9 a.m. to noon, there’ll be pancake breakfasts, demonstrations, special activities and more. With an old-time community fair and interactive games for the kids, it’s like a mini-Stampede festival in your backyard!