Jubilations presents Night at The Museum of Country Musicfrom February 10 - April 16.
Nashville Tennessee is known the world over as the legendary home of Country Music, and at the center of that legend is the Country Music Museum and Hall of Fame. On an average day the museum attracts thousands of visitors… but at night is when the real fun starts!! The locals claim that if you happen to be passing the museum in the wee hours, you can hear the faint sounds of country stars past and present coming to life!!
Featuring hit songs from legends like Garth Brooks and Shania Twain, and modern country stars like Keith Urban, and Carrie Underwood… join us at Jubilations Dinner Theatre for “Night at the Museum of Country Music”
RBC Bluesfest is zeoring in on the best young (13-21 years of age*), emerging female singers in Canada.
They are looking for one special artist with an incredible voice backed up by a moving live performance. RBC Bluesfest and Cadence Music Group will be working with the winner of She's The One to produce a single for worldwilde release. The She's The One winner’s expenses including any recording, production and travel costs, related to the prize package will be covered by RBC Bluesfest.
The prize package will be focused on artist development and industry networking. The 2017 winner of SHE’S THE ONE will collaborate with industry songwriters and producers to write her potential hit song! The winner will be coached and guided through an all-expenses paid recording and production of this single. The winner will have the opportunity to perform on a stage at the 2018 edition of RBC Bluesfest. The artist will be given all access rock star treatment at the festival and introduced to some of the most influential movers and shakers in the music industry.
Submissions are open now until May 5th, 2017
Click here for more details and to submit your application
Delta Hotels by Marriott Calgary South Hotel, Southland Drive Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada
3 Days. 100 Kilometres. K-Country to Calgary.
September 8-10, 2017
Walk the farthest you have ever walked and raise the most you have ever raised to appeal for organ donation, and fight kidney disease.
For more info, and to register visit www.kidneymarch.ca or contact 1-866-956-2724 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Royal University Recreation, Mount Royal Gate Southwest, Calgary, AB, Canada
2017 marks the 37th running of the Calgary Police Half Marathon presented by Bennett Jones.
Proceeds will go to support the Calgary Police Foundation which funds six youth-based programs that help prevent crime by identifying and effectively intervening with young people most at risk. Youth who have been victims of crime, or who are at risk of victimization.
Space is limited, register before March 19th and receive the exclusive CPS 37th Annual Canada 150th runner's shirt in time for race day. Bookings after March 19th will receive their short post-event.
Registration is open until April 28th, and you can enter into the Half Marathon, 10K Run or 5K Run & Walk. Top three individuals and top three teams who raise the most funds in the new pledge program will be eligible to win great prizes! Teams can even request a volunteer CPS officer to do an honourary training run with your team.
New this year, youth and seniors can take part in the Rookies & Legends 1KM indoor run in celebration of Canada's 150th Birthday with prizes every 100 meters.
Take in the action as Half Marathon runners circle the Glenmore Reservoir, starting and finishing at Mount Royal University.
For more information, and to guarantee your spot in the race visit www.calgarypolicehalf.ca
The UP Foundation builds strong families, and the UP Gala is your chance to get behind Calgary families - while having a lot of fun!
The UP Gala includes a banquet dinner at Stampede Park, first class silent and live auction, and exciting raffles. The UP Foundation proudly welcomes Sheldon Kennedy as this year's keynote speaker, and Global’s Linda Olsen as MC.
The theme of this year’s Gala is Answering the Call, Offering Hope and puts the spotlight on the affordable and accessible counselling services supported by the UP Foundation.
For tickets and more information, visit their website.
The 5th Annual Splash of Red benefit, in support of HIV Community Link, is on May 27th at the Fairmont Palliser.
For one night only, the Alberta Room will be transformed into a captivating assortment of music, dance and entertainment.
Splash of Red raises awareness of the issue surrounding HIV, and proviese criticle funds to prevention, education and support programs in Calgary and accross Southeastern Alberta.
The event brings together hundreds of guests and VIPs, including government and corporate leaders, community leaders, trendsetters and influencers. Guests are offered the opportunity to bid on incredible experiences and works from some fo the most influential artists in the Calgary area.
Join HIV Community Link in reaching a diverse audience of influencers and thought leaders who are engaged in creating change for Albertans affected by HIV. The event also supports efforts to address the opiate overdose crisis that is affecting all the communities in the province.
Get your tickets now here
North Glenmore Park Community Association Rink, Longridge Drive Southwest, Calgary, AB, Canada
Betty's Run for ALS celebrates, promotes and channels hope for those affected with ALS, their families and their friends.
Early bird registration is now open. Registration is $30 prior to May 31, and $35 after. Online registration will close Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 9 p.m.
In 1996, Calgarian Betty Norman was diagnosed with ALS. Her year-long physical and emotional battle with this terrible disease inspired her friends and family to organize an annual fundraiser. Betty's Run for ALS has grown steadily to become one of the largest ALS fundraisers in Canada.
Over the past 20 years, Betty's Run has raised more than $6.5 million due to the generous support of donors and participants. Of funds raised, 60 per cent stay in Alberta to support those currently living with ALS through equipment and client services. The remaining 40 per cent of funds support ongoing research into identifying the cause and cure for this devastating disease. This year we are inviting our past 20 years of "Betty's Run family" back, along with new friends to continue inspiring care, hope and community.
To register to run, visit their website.
To donate now, click here
Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. When you join the Jayman BUILT MS Walk, you join our country’s collective effort to help improve the lives of Canadians affected by MS. The dollars you raise are invested in world-leading MS research happening right here in Canada. It’s an exciting time for MS research, and your fundraising will help improve the quality of life of Canadians affected by MS today, and those who may receive a diagnosis tomorrow.
Bring your family and friends together to share in the start/finish-line activities, team awards ceremonies and amazing stories from people living with MS! We can’t wait to celebrate with you!