Apr 18

Downtown Calgary Events - Week of April 18th, 2016

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Happiness Lunch & Learn - April 21, 2022

“How to Stay Positive During Difficult Times” A free lunch and learn with speaker Karen Judge of AHappierMind.com. Bring your lunch and learn about how happiness can help you succeed in business. Please RSVP to [email protected] or call 403-519-2292.

Live Poetry Reading - April 20, 2022

In celebration of National Poetry Month, Downtown Calgary and the CORE are hosting a Pop Up Poetry Reading in Devonian Gardens on Wednesday April 20.

The reading features performances by a collection of individuals including Calgary Past Poet Laureate Kris Demeanor, Kirk Miles from Calgary’s longest running spoken word series The Single Onion, Sheri-D Wilson from the Calgary Spoken Word Society and representatives from the Calgary Slam Team and some special guests.

Bring your lunch and enjoy listening to them perform in the gorgeous gardens.

Happenings 4 - April 19, 2022

You’re invited to an art party! And it’s FREE! Come out and see what’s happening at Happenings #4. In celebration of many Alberta women receiving the right to vote 100 years ago on April 19th all of the Happenings activities are inspired around women’s rights, empowerment, and equality!

Celebrate the artistic talents of Maszieh Mosavarzeh, Melissa Skowron, Melinda Topilko, Zac Slams, Cassandra Paul, Nate McLeod, Jadda Tsui, Heather Kai Smith, Joel Hamilton, and Kelly Jacqueline Smith. These art parties are design for you to self-curate your own evening of the various art activities and enjoy live performances.

Laser at the Palomino - April 23, 2022

Fans of Canadian indie-rock greats Broken Social Scene will want to hear Laser vocalist Lisa Lobsinger, who lent her vocals to the band’s 2010 Forgiveness Rock Record and frequently sang live parts originally done by Feist, Metric’s Emily Haines, and Stars’ Amy Millan. Now, in her own project with rhythm/production duo Paul Pfisterer (The Beauties) and Marty Kinack (Transistor Sound & Light Co), they’re sharing a synth-pop delight called “Leaving it Too Late.”

Opening acts include local artists Am Static and Jason Famous & Le Fame.

Re-engage Seminar - April 25, 2022

A local panel from corporate Calgary will share their personal perspectives and experiences of how they have transferred their skills within industry, sectors and their profession. Attendees will learn the process for career change, including a self-directed guide for job-seekers that outlines tools for an employment search action plan.

Featured Speakers: Richard Bucher, Senior Consultant, Right Managment and Bruce Randall, Founding Executive Director, Calgary Region Immigrant Employment Council (CRIEC).

Please note: This is a free event intended for recently laid-off professionals and skilled trades workers. You must register to attend. Spaces are limited and available on a first-come first-served basis. Please RSVP by noon on Friday, April 22, 2016.

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