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Calgary Renovation Show

January 17, noon to 9pm; January 18, 10am to 9pm; and January 19, 10am to 6pm. Top features will include a DIY-themed day on Friday, all things reno and décor on Saturday, and top tips for sustainability and energy-saving on Sunday. Catch exciting presentations from The City of Calgary’s Jenn Crack and Calgary’s own Pete the Plumber on the Main Stage and visit Calgary’s award-winning designers and experts for all of your home improvement inspiration and how-tos! Purchase tickets online and save $2. 

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Calgary's Child on Global Calgary Morning News

For parenting tips and updates from local experts, don't miss the Calgary's Child Magazine Parenting Segment on the Global Calgary Morning News Show every Monday morning! Each segment has a different guest and topic, and our segment airs between 8:15 and 8:45am.

Monday, January 13
Guest: Stacie Gaetz, Regular Contributor to Calgary's Child Magazine
Topic: Although the financial ‘holiday hangover’ can leave you dreading your bank statement in January, it doesn’t mean your family has to be stuck at home this winter! From free meals to low-cost movies and more, Calgary has many budget-friendly activities for children that will keep your family entertained - and your bank account intact. Tune in for Stacie's top-rated activities.

Monday, January 20
Elsbeth Mehrer, Chief External Relations Officer, Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary
Topic: Recently, Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary unveiled its newly-renovated space called the Rutledge Hangar Hub. The Hub celebrates inclusion; at each of the main entrance doors, there are large rainbow pride and trans flags to welcome all. Tune in for details on the Hubs's exclusive programs offered to children and youth in this one-of-a-kind space!

Monday, January 27
 Maureen Khallad, Director of The Think Sun Preschool Academy
Topic: There is much more to preparing your preschooler than numbers and ABCs. One of the most important skills your preschooler needs are adequate fine motor skills. Fine motor skills involve movement of the smaller muscle groups in your child’s hands, fingers, and wrists. Why is developing fine more skills in your preschooler important and how can you develop these skills at home? Tune in for expert advice and fun activities you can do. 

Calgary's Child on Soft Rock 97.7 with Christina Rowsell

We're delighted to announce a new partnership with Soft Rock 97.7FM. Every other week, our favorite radio host Christina Rowsell will be featuring select topics brought to you by Calgary's Child Magazine to start conversations on the issues that matter most to Calgary's families. Listen in from 11am to 12pm!





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Music, Theatre & Performances

Loose Moose Theatre For Kids Presents, The Three Pigs.
Every Sunday, Saturday, Feb 1, 2020 - Feb 23, 2020 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Showtimes are Saturdays at 1pm and Sundays, 1 & 2pm, from February 1 to 23. Loose Moose Theatre For Kids Presents, The Three Pigs. Tickets are $14 with group rates available! To purchase tickets, visit the website.
Location:Loose Moose: Second Floor, Crossroads Market: 1235, 26 Avenue SE
Category:Family Fun, Fun for Kids, Music, Theatre & Performances
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Presents, Symphony Sundays for Kids, The Hockey Sweater.
> Sunday Feb 2, 2020 at 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Instrument Discovery Zoo, 2pm & Concert, 3pm. Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Presents, Symphony Sundays for Kids, The Hockey Sweater. Abigail Richardson-Schulte’s enchanting music not only sets the stage but with costumes and choreography - including a hockey game onstage - this beautiful Canadian story is sure to warm even the frostiest heart. Come an hour early to try an instrument and meet musicians at the Instrument Discovery Zoo! And join the fun by wearing your favorite hockey jersey to the concert! To purchase tickets, visit the website.
Category:Family Fun, Fun for Kids, Music, Theatre & Performances

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