Who Is Your Next Ward 7 Councillor? Join this Ward 7 candidates Online Forum on Oct 2 (Saturday) virtually to listen to their pitches. Continue reading Who Is Your Next Ward 7 Councillor?
After many years in the making, 12 to be exact, for the first time ever, Calgarians have a chance to enjoy the 12 Zodiac Animals in forms of Calligraphy, Painting, and Sculpture. This exhibition by created and choreaographed by well-known Calgary artist, Simon Y.S. Wong. Continue reading 12 Zodiac Animals Art Exhibit
Free 2-hour parking is available in Calgary Chinatown between September 2021 to Winter 2022. Take advantage of this offer! Continue reading Free Parking in Calgary Chinatown
Oct 10 reminds us that homelessness is a complex issue. Each and every one of us can have a role in helping people in need.
Continue reading Statement: World Homeless Day 2021
Rick Wilson, Minister of Indigenous Relations of the Alberta Government, issued the following statement declaring Sept. 30 a Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Alberta. Continue reading Statement: Day for Truth and Reconciliation (by Rick Wilson)
Parenting a teenage is never easy. Understanding and responding to the adolescent emotions are skills worth learning that will help you to establish a stronger parent-teen relationship. The Tuning in to Teens™ course introduced by CCM Calgary Centre is now open for fall registration. Continue reading Tuning in to Teens™
In 2021, the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on September 21st (Tuesday). Also well known as the Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival, Moon Festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month of the Chinese traditional calendar, which usually falls on September or early October in the Gregorian calendar. Continue reading How To Celebrate Moon Festival
The New Gallery (TNG) in Calgary Chinatown has a new Billboard 208 installation – “Braids in the Front / Braids in the Back” by Annie Wong. Exhibition starts on September 3 until November 30, 2021. Continue reading The New Gallery Billboard 208
Utility box artwork is coming to Chinatown! The Utility Box Stories project – artwork wrapped onto three utility boxes – explores the story through original artwork and historical photos. The artwork envisioned will beautify and re-vitalise the Chinatown neighbourhood by helping to create a sense of historic place as well as discourage graffiti. The traffic signal boxes are located at Centre Street S. & 2nd Avenue, … Continue reading Time and Tigers