September 18, 2018
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What's Happening in Calgary: September 17 - 23

There’s something exciting going on every day in Calgary! From art shows and concerts, to food festivals, sports events and more, we’ll connect you to the events you care about. Together, we’re going places.

Here’s what’s happening in Calgary this week:

Calgary International Film Festival
Brix n Blox

Arts and Culture, Community
September 19-23

It’s that time of year again, when arts, science, and engineering come together for one huge event. The event kicks off on Wednesday September 19. Enjoy all the programs across the city.

Various locations

6:00 a.m. – Various ending times

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain:  Red Line or Blue Line to travel to the Core.
By bus: Using our trip planning tool to find your best route and times.

For more info, visit Beakerhead’s event website.

Calgary International Film Festival
Arts and Culture
September 19-30

The Calgary International Film Festival is a 12-day showcase of up to 200 multi-genre feature and short films from Canada and over 40 other countries. Calgary Film is now the largest film festival in Alberta and is the sixth largest in Canada.

Cineplex Eau Claire – 200 Barclay Parade S.W.
Globe Cinema – 617 8 Avenue S.W.

Various times

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Red Line or Blue Line to either 4 Street or 6 Street stations. Eau Claire is about a five block walk, and Globe Cinema is about one block from 7 Avenue.
By bus: Routes 449 to get to Eau Claire, and Routes 300 & 302 to get to Globe Cinema.

For more info, visit Calgary International Film Festival’s website.

Brix n Blox Lego Fan Expo
Community, Festivals
September 22

Check out the third annual Brix n Blox Lego Fan Expo, you’ll be able to see all the spectacular creations Logo builders come up with for the Builders Contest and participate in a variety of fun, hands-on family-friendly activities!

Chinese Cultural Centre
197 1 Street S.W.

11 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Red Line or Blue Line to either 1 Street or Centre Street stations. The Chinese Cultural Centre is about a six block walk from 7 Avenue.
By bus: Routes 449, 300, 2, 3, and 17. Bus stops are within four blocks of the Chinese Cultural Centre.

For more info, visit Brix N Blox’s website.

You can use the trip planning feature on our website and our Calgary Transit App. Keep connected by visiting our website and following us on Twitter.

We try to ensure the information above is correct. However, please contact the event organizers or visit their website to confirm details.