Dinner4Four is bringing Dinner Under The Stars to Calgary!
Dinner Under The Stars – Calgary
Have you ever wondered what happens at the Royal Tyrrell Museum when the lights go out?
Experience the fun of a sleepover with dinosaurs at one of the camp-in nights offered at the Royal Tyrrell Museum. As an activity that is perfect for a family, as well as larger groups camp-ins, are offered on Friday and Saturday nights during the fall and winter months.
If you have kids in Grade 4 & 5 that love to ski & snowboard, the SnowPass is definitely something that you’re going to want to invest in.
For just $29.95 the SnowPass gives you access to 0ver 150 ski areas across Canada. In Alberta, there are over 15 ski areas which include Lake Louise Ski Resort, Sunshine Village, Nakiska, and Mount Norquay.
The SnowPass gives kids 3x admission per location, and signing up is easy. You can sign up either online or through a printed application and you only need to apply one time, meaning that if your child is in grade 4 at the time of applying it is good for 2 seasons. Proof of age is required which can be a report card, birth certificate etc.
For the 2018/2019 there are new rules regarding an adult being present. Some ski areas require an adult to be onsite, and some require a paying adult. Check the full list of ski areas across Canada here.
To read the full list of rules & regulations check out the Ski Canada website
Taking place across Calgary September 19th-23rd, Beakerhead has plenty of kid-friendly activities which brings together arts, sciences, and engineering sectors to create interactive exhibits.
Treeter Trotter – September 19th-23rd
C-Square, 520 7 Ave SE, Calgary
A whimsical urban escape that explores nature in balance, hop on and enjoy the childhood playground