5 Items to do to the Heritage Day long weekend

Calgary International Blues Festival; Until Sunday, Aug. 6. At Shaw Millennium Park

Children are never too young to acquire the blues. A wonderful primer is offered up every night of their Blues Festival, using mainstage action beginning at 5 pm Friday and noon on Saturday and Sunday. The fun continues later in the night using all the Twilight Blues Series in the Kerby Centre, which proves you are never too late to acquire the blues.

Children get to observe that the mainstage. Single day passes are $50.

Inglewood Sunfest; Saturday, Aug. 5, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Along 9th Avenue S.E.

The high-value fest serves as live audio and shine, street performers and a show. There’ll also be some 200 vendors.

Heritage Day in Heritage Park; Monday, Aug. 7, 10 a.m.to 5 pm

It’s just like the afternoon and the park were created for each other. Along with all the typical attractions–steam railway midway vessel–unique guests that the Highwood Shredders and the Chinook Country Line Dancers will be available. There’ll also be the chance and games.

Admission to Heritage Park runs $13.50 — $26.25 and could be bought online.

Heritage Day Festival; Monday Aug. 7, noon to 6 pm. At Olympic Plaza

The Calgary Folk Art Council gets in on the Heritage Day pleasure with foods performances a castle, plus that unifier.  

This one is absolutely free.

Tour de Bowness Street Festival; Monday, Aug. 7

Notice that it’s a three-day event which begins on Saturday with a road race on Horse Creek Road just outside of Cochrane, if you are looking to watch the racing in the Tour de Bowness.

Those that are happy while appreciating a road festival to watch merely one of the 3 races ought to head for Bowness on Monday. The tour’s final race, the most Criterium usually gets quite wild and wooly. It runs in conjunction with the festival.