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June fun for everyone!

A dozen intriguing events to keep you entertained, educated and intrigued in early summer in Calgary.

Immerse Yourself. From June 12 to August 18, experience iconic Disney songs like never before at Immersive Disney Animation at the BMO Centre. Custom-designed features will take your Disney experience to the next level. Become part of the stories you love at Immersive Disney Animation! Learn more at

Get Buggy. From ants to algorithms, Spark is buggin’ out with science this summer! TELUS Spark is buzzing with excitement as the science centre kicks off an epic summer of Bugs & Bytes! Guests are in for a summer full of exploring the secrets of both the digital and natural worlds while getting curious about science. Learn more at

A History Lesson. Indigenous History Month Celebration at Southcentre Mall is a month-long event that will foster understanding, appreciation, and celebration of Canada’s Indigenous Peoples. Experience educational activities, cultural displays, and storytelling sessions that connect both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians. Learn more at

Celebrate Dad. There are many ways to show dear ol’ how much he means to you this Father’s Day. Take him to brunch, build something together, watch a movie, go to a festival or check out Father’s Day Wings and Wheels at Hangar Flight Museum.

Go for a Walk(ing Tour). Stories from The Confluence Daily Walking Tour runs daily Wednesday to Sunday at 2 pm until June 30. Take a 60-minute guided walking tour around the vibrant lands at The Confluence (formerly Fort Calgary) and learn some of the many histories of this significant place, including the history of the NWMP and their contribution to the birth of the city of Calgary, the railway, and the ways that many people have used this site since time immemorial. Learn more at

It’s all Downhill. Hop in the driver’s seat and let gravity do the rest with Downhill Karting at WinSport. You are in full control of your speed as you ride down 1,800m of track with over 50 twists and turns along the way. Learn more at

Visit the Calgary Stampede Sam Centre. Calgary's newest attraction opened on May 29, and it shares the greatest Stampede stories year-round through captivating exhibits and immersive multimedia shows. Learn more at

Bar None. Ride into history and discover ranching life from the late 1800s at Bar U Ranch National Historic Site. Try your hand at ranching skills, wander through historic buildings, or sit around the campfire and listen to old-time tales. Back-dropped by the Rocky Mountains – a true Alberta experience! Learn more at

Get Cultured. The Chinatown Cultural Centre offers educational programs and workshops that allow families to gain insight into the rich history and traditions of this community. Whether it's learning about ancient Chinese traditions or the history of Chinese immigration to Canada, the centre provides an engaging and enriching experience. While you are there, take a stroll around Chinatown and grab a bite to eat at one of the infamous restaurants in the area. Learn more at

Celebrate 60 with Heritage Park. This iconic park is celebrating six decades of education and entertainment! With over 180 exhibits and 55,000 artifacts, there’s something for everyone at Heritage Park. Don’t miss the Curiosities and Oddities Walking Tour that allows you to discover the weird history behind artifacts across the Park until July 3. Learn more at

Fluffy Fun. While we are all familiar with the jack rabbits that occupy most neighborhoods in Calgary, did you know you can find little bunnies in Lindsay Park just behind the Repsol Sport Centre. They’re hiding in the bushes, and many of them are hopping all around Lindsay Park.

Stroll Down Stephen Ave. This iconic and historic street, situated in the heart of the city serves as a cultural hub, a tourist attraction, a business district, and a vibrant place for everyday life. The famous avenue is home to some of Calgary’s finest restaurants and pubs, festivals, markets, shops and cafes. Learn more at


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