Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Presents Wizard of Oz In Concert

Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Presents Wizard of OzVisit the EPCOR CENTRE’s Jack Singer Concert Hall to watch the Wizard of Oz In Concert on January 14-15th, 2011.

Dorothy, Toto and the Wicked Witch of the West come alive on the big screen as the Orchestra provides the live soundtrack to The Wizard of Oz. Moviegoers will be treated to this Oscar-winning film as it has never been seen or heard before. A classic for all ages – costumes welcome!

There will be an Ultimate After-Party at the Teatro Restaurant on Saturday, January 15, 2011.

Put on your ruby red slippers and celebrate the best of Oz! Tickets only $50 – Get yours before they’re gone!

For more information visit the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Website.

Canada Post Freestyle Grand Prix at Canada Olympic Park

The 2011 Canada Post Freestyle Grand Prix at Canada Olympic Park, presented by Ernst & Young, is a FREE family event, no tickets required. Come and watch Olympic Champions Alexandre Bilodeau, Alberta-born Jennifer Heil and Calgary resident Warren Shouldice compete against the rest of the world in Moguls and Aerials.

Californication Wine Tasting at the Vin Room

Join the Vin Room & J. Webb Wine Merchants on January 20th, 2011 for Californication. Think you know California wine? Join us for an evening of fresh flavours and culinary delights that pay homage to The Golden State. Sommelier Karen Kho will take you through the classic wine regions of

Explore Calgary Alberta

Calgary is a beautiful city situated on the banks of the Bow River and close to Alberta's majestic Rocky Mountains.

Calgary is a modern city that retains much of its traditional culture and is the centre for country music in Canada, referred to by some as the "Nashville of the North."

Downtown features an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, cultural venues, public squares and shopping. Notable shopping areas include The Core Shopping Centre, Stephen Avenue and Eau Claire Market. Downtown tourist attractions include the Calgary Zoo, the Telus World of Science, the Telus Convention Centre, the Chinatown district, the Glenbow Museum, the Calgary Tower, the Art Gallery of Calgary (AGC) and the EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts.

The Calgary Stampede is undoubtedly Calgary's best-known visitor attraction, drawing more than a million people each year. Other attractions, include the Glenbow Museum, Calgary Tower and Eau Claire Market.

If you have never been to Calgary or you are a returning visitor and would like to find out about places to stay, stores to shop at and things to do, visit our Business Directory.