September 03, 2018
Food Truck food

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:

This Girl Can Expo
Circle Carnival
Food Fest


This Girl Can Expo
Community
September 8

Parents and girls ages five and up are invited to this new local expo, which aims to inspire and empower young girls. The one-day event will feature speakers like Olympic medalist Alex Gough, sessions on coding and healthy relationships, yoga and hip hop classes, and a show by the Calgary Girls Choir.

Location
Big Four Building
1801 Big Four Tr. S.E.

When
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain:  Catch the Red Line to Victoria Park/Stampede Station.
By bus:  Routes 10 and 24 have stops nearby.

For more info, visit This Girl Can’s website.


Circle Carnival
Arts and Culture, Community
September 8

Now in its fifth year, this renamed family-friendly event at Shaw Millenium Park is not your typical carnival. In addition to a fleet of food trucks, a local-artisan market and three stages of live music, attendees can cheer on wiener dog races and learn cool circus tricks.

Location
Shaw Millennium Park
1220 9 Avenue S.W.

When
11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Blue Line to Downtown West/Kerby Station and enjoy a short walk to the park.
By bus: Routes 18, 65, 305 & 414 have stops nearby.

For more info, visit Circle Carnival’s website.


Calgary Food Fest
Food and Culture, Community
September 8

This year, Calgary Food Fest is gearing up for an even bigger event, with over 20 food trucks in attendance and more than 30 community market vendors!  The event will feature a Kidzone , with face painting, bouncy castles, costume characters and so much more!

Location
11400 27 Street S.E.

When
11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By bus: Routes 96 and 302 have stops nearby.

For more info, visit Calgary Food Fest’s Facebook page.


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.