Aug 14

Taste Of Calgary

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It’s that time of year again, time to taste all the best food that Calgary has to offer.

Celebrating international food & drink the Taste of Calgary Festival offers fun for the entire family. Patrons can purchase tickets for $1 and each ticket allows them to get a sample sized taste of any of the food or drink available (including alcoholic beverages for the adults).

The event takes place at the Eau Claire Festival Plaza downtown which has ample space for food vendors, entertainment and Calgary’s foodie community. Taste of Calgary is also within walking distance of Prince’s Island park and such attractions as the RiverWalk and the Calgary Peace Bridge.

Visit the Taste of Calgary website for more information on this year’s event.


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