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Talks, Workshops & Seminars

Arts Commons Presents National Geographic Live: Lindsay Zanno: T. rex Rises.
> Sunday Mar 10, 2024 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Travel back in time with paleontologist Dr. Lindsay Zanno and discover the fascinating story of how a Cretaceous climate crisis gave rise to the most famous mega predator of all time — T. rex at Jack Singer Concert Hall.
Location:Jack Singer Concert Hall
Category:Family Fun, Fun for Kids, Parent's Night Out, Talks, Workshops & Seminars, Youth Activities
Link:http://artscommons.ca
Festival of Animated Objects.
Everyday from Mar 11, 2024 - Mar 24, 2024 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am
The Festival of Animated Objects marries the timeless practice of mask and puppet arts with contemporary spaces, themes and ideas. The festival not only provides a stage for Alberta creators to showcase their work but is also a forum for an international exchange of ideas providing learning opportunities for professional and emerging artists and the public at large to find expression through animated objects.
Location:Various Locations
Category:Family Fun, Festivals & Fairs, Free Events, Fun for Kids, Music, Theatre & Performances, Parent's Night Out, Playtime & Story Time, Talks, Workshops & Seminars, Youth Activities
Link:http://puppetfestival.ca
Fireside Storytelling.
> Sunday Mar 17, 2024 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers has been a place of gathering since time immemorial. Gather around the fire at the confluence for an afternoon of fascinating stories told by Indigenous storytellers from Treaty 7. Enjoy a cup of cider or hot chocolate and immerse yourself in tales expertly crafted by our speaker. On March 17, join storyteller Sheldon First Rider for an hour of tales from Blackfoot culture. Sheldon First Rider is from the Blood Nation in Southern Alberta who has taught the history, language, and culture of the Blackfoot people for over 45 years. For the last 15 years, Sheldon has shared stories of his ancestors and taught the people of Calgary and visitors to the land at the Glenbow Museum. Sheldon is excited to embark on a wonderful adventure teaching at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers at Fort Calgary to share his stories to all those who wish to listen.
Cost:$15.00
Location:Fort Calgary,750 9 Ave SECalgary, ABT2G 5E1
Category:Family Fun, Talks, Workshops & Seminars
Link:http://www.fortcalgary.com/events/firesidestorytelling-0317
Women’s History Walk at Fort Calgary.
> Sunday Mar 24, 2024 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Celebrate International Women’s Day with a one-hour outdoor walking tour around the lands of Fort Calgary! Discover some of the hidden histories of women who made an impact on the lands we now call Calgary—from First Nations and Métis women to new settlers on the prairies—and delve into why women are often overlooked in stories about our history. Dress for the weather and be prepared to walk over snowy and/or uneven ground as the city starts to defrost from winter! Ages 12+.
Location:Fort Calgary
Category:Open House & Tours, Parent's Night Out, Talks, Workshops & Seminars, Youth Activities
Link:http://www.fortcalgary.com/events/womenshistorywalk
Fireside Storytelling.
> Sunday Mar 31, 2024 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers has been a place of gathering since time immemorial. Gather around the fire at the confluence for an afternoon of fascinating stories told by Indigenous storytellers from Treaty 7. Enjoy a cup of cider or hot chocolate and immerse yourself in tales expertly crafted by our speaker. On March 31, join storyteller Julius Hirsch for an hour of tales from Blackfoot culture. Julius Hirsch is a status member of the Northern Piikani Nation in Brocket, Alberta who grew up around the Blackfoot Ceremony learning oral stories from the elders on both sides of his family. Julius is passionate about leading tours and educating others about Blackfoot history and the early contact with the North West Mounted Police. Julius is currently a third-year student at the University of Calgary majoring in History, and his previous work experience includes several years in the military as a reservist and Fort Whoop-Up in Lethbridge’s Indian Battle Park.
Cost:$15.00
Location:Fort Calgary
Category:Family Fun, Talks, Workshops & Seminars
Link:http://www.fortcalgary.com/events/firesidestorytelling-0331

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