October 23, 2017

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:

The Ghosts of Fish Creek Park
Ghouls’ Night Out
Terror Challenge Showcase


The Ghosts of Fish Creek Park
Community, Other
October 24

If you’re brave enough, join this tour of the historic Bow Valley Ranch area to learn about (or perhaps to see) the ghosts that supposedly haunt this park. Wear your scariest Halloween costume and bring your travel mug as hot chocolate will be served. Boo!

Location
Bow Valley Ranch, Fish Creek Park
15975 Bow Bottom Trail S.E.

When
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Red Line to Somerset-Bridlewood Station
By bus: Routes 14 & 78 have stops nearby

For more info and tickets, visit their website.


Ghouls’ Night Out
Community, Other
October 26-29

This is the perfect Halloween event for the whole family. There will be decorated streets and houses, storytelling with wizards and witches, Day of the Dead events, and much more.

Location
Heritage Park
1900 Heritage Drive S.W.

When
October 26 & 27 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
October 28 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
October 29 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Red Line to Heritage Station
By bus: Routes 20 & 306 have stops nearby

For more info, visit their website.


Terror Challenge Showcase
Community, Other
October 27

This event is for adults only. Local amateurs and indie filmmakers had 48 hours to make their very own short horror movie. The final films are shown at the Globe Cinema on October 27, where prizes will be awarded.

Location
Globe Cinema
617 8 Avenue S.W.

When
8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

How to get here with Calgary Transit
By CTrain: Take the Red or Blue Line to 6 Street Station and enjoy a short walk
By bus: Routes 1, 3, 7, 17, 18 & 112 have stops nearby

For more info, visit their website.


You can use the trip planning features 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.