A weekly digest of What’s On in and around Calgary this weekend including free, fun family & kids’ activities, live music, theatre & performing arts, sports and exhibitions.
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PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING – STAY HOME IF YOU CAN AND LIMIT SOCIAL INTERACTIONS
- City of Calgary Declares a State of Local Emergency and Closes All City-Run Facilities, Libraries and Rec Centres
- Alberta Closes All Schools Until Further Notice
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- Do I Have Coronavirus: How to Self Assess Using Alberta Health Tool
- What to Do If You Think You Have Coronavirus
Learn Something New
Here is a list of few free online resources that you might find useful so that you can learn something new, brush up your skills and help children keep up with age-appropriate Canadian curriculum.
Calgary Public Library
Even though the Public Library locations are closed, Calgary Public Library provides plenty of free services that you can access without you ever having to set foot in a “physical” location.
Science Experiments to Do at Home with Kids
Here are a few easy fun science activities/experiments that are easy and super fun in addition to being educational.
See Free Movies
As Canada’s public producer and distributor, NFB’s website features award-winning movies, documentary and animated films, pioneering interactive works, and more.
Canadian Blood Services is urging all healthy eligible blood donors to book and keep their appointments as there has been a recent spike in appointment cancellations in several cities related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canadian Museums & Museums Across the World Online
With the advent of technology and widespread availability of the internet, the world is now at your fingertips. You can travel to distant lands, tour famous museums, all from the comfort of your home.
Visit Zoo Animals Online
Zoos across Canada have decided to bring their inhabitants to your home. Here is a list of places where you can watch wildlife online.
Calgary Restaurants Open for Take-Out & With Social Distance Seating
Eat at and support some of your favourite Calgary eateries!
You may not be able to visit amusement parks, but Canada’s Wonderland has put virtual rides of some its terrifying rides online.
Spring Clean and Donate
Now that you have plenty of time at hand, do a thorough spring cleaning. Pack and keep for donating as many locations may not be accepting donations currently. Where to donate in Calgary.
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