From Make It Calgary to Chef’s Table – French Classics: Best of Bocuse, here’s what’s up this weekend in YYC.
1. Make It Calgary
April 6th-8th at Various Times
Big Four at Stampede Park, 1410 Olympic Way SE
This weekend, Make It Calgary returns to the Big Four at Stampede Park for the spring edition of their market. Whether you’re looking for accessories, jewellery, clothing, art, home decor, or more, one thing is for sure – you won’t leave empty handed. While you’re here, be sure to check out the beer garden, good music, and food trucks to keep those good vibes flowin’ all day long.
2. The Cannabis & Hemp Expo
April 7th from 10am-6pm and April 8th from 11am-5pm
BMO Centre, Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way SW
The Cannabis & Hemp Expo will be at the BMO Centre this Saturday and Sunday. Expect to see a plethora of different vendors showcasing the best products and services in the industry, educational seminars, and more.
3. Mill Street SpringFest 2018
April 7th from 12pm-4pm
Mill Street Brewpub, 219 17 Ave SW
This Saturday, Mill Street Brewpub will be hosting a celebration to showcase the wonderful local beer community in our city. They’ll have a lineup of breweries each showcasing samples of both classic and seasonal brews. There will also be bites and sips offered all afternoon and each brewery will have a guest tap so you can keep the pints comin’ for as long as you want (aka. all day long).
4. The Garden Unlocked: Theatre Calgary’s 50th Anniversary Gala
April 7th from 530pm-1030pm
The Hudson, 200 8 Ave SW
Join Theatre Calgary as they celebrate their golden anniversary this Saturday. At this fabulous gala, guests will be treated to an evening of dining, drinking, and dancing as you celebrate the power of theatre and the fine arts. Guests will enjoy Prosecco on arrival, a three-course dinner and special entertainment planned by Theatre Calgary’s artistic director Stafford Arima.
5. Chef’s Table – French Classics: Best of Bocuse
April 7th from 630pm-9pm
ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen, 909 11 Ave SW
This class will celebrate famed French chef Paul Bocuse who left an everlasting influence on the world of cooking and modern French gastronomy. The evening will include dishes which commemorate his legacy like an indulgent (and unmistakably French) truffle soup, a beautiful Arctic char, a la meunière, prepared with a brown butter sauce, as well as other delicious French classics.