April Events

Get ready for spring with some incredible events coming up this month!

April 6 The Women's Show – This fun annual event is the perfect opportunity to celebrate everything to do with womanhood! There will be massive giveaways, innovative products and services, a fashion show and a keynote speaker. Bring your favorite gal pal and enjoy an afternoon at the women’s show.

April 9 - May 12 Billy Elliot The Musical – This musical has been a staple in the London, England theatre scene for many years. The heartwarming tale of a small town boy with big dreams of dancing is similarly relatable to Canadians, which is why Arts Commons is bringing it to life! You do not want to miss this spectacular show.

April 13 Calgary Law Day – Do you have an interest in criminal justice? If so, Calgary Law Day is your chance to go behind the scenes of our criminal justice system. Visit the courtrooms as you learn from Calgary’s top lawyers, judges, police officers, forensic criminologists and more. If you love true crime or are interested in working in that field one day, you do not want to miss out on this opportunity.

April 16 Election Day! – Make sure to cast your vote this provincial election day! Alberta is currently governed by the Rachel Notley of the NDP party. If you would like that to change or to continue, make your voice heard on April 16th. Remember that voting is a privilege we are lucky to have, so honor those who have fought to protect that privilege by taking the time to vote.

April 29 Chris Hadfield Presents Exploration: Where We're Going Next – This once in a lifetime opportunity is a chance to hear one of Canada’s most famous and acclaimed astronauts, Chris Hadfield, present on the future of space exploration. He will be sharing his stories from his time in space, insights into what is next, and there will be time for you to ask him your burning questions. Do not miss out!

Looking for more events happening this month? Visit Avenue Calgary Magazine’s event page to read more.

Your Real Estate Professional,

Ken Richter

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