Calgary Events Archives - Calgary Event Planner
Here we are just days away from the Easter Holidays and where I am (in Calgary) we're still pretty much restricted to spending the holidays this year with those in our bubble. Don’t get me wrong, I love my little bubble. But as a girl who comes from a large, loud Italian family where major holidays are spent with, you know, fifty family members, cooking for 3 still feels a little odd. Our family dinners are a pot luck of sorts, because
Believe it or not it’s almost Stampede time! Yay! Each year The Greatest Show on Earth, takes over our city and we all don our cowboy hats to network, mingle and show off our country roots. Corporate stampede events are some of my favorites! They’re always designed around fun and are full of
I want to start by saying that I truly feel blessed to have found a rewarding career doing something that I love! When I share with new acquaintances what I do for a living one of three things always comes up: I’m asked if I do weddings – I don’t, they assume I only plan parties and get to drink and dance the night away – I don’t just do that either. I’m also frequently asked how someone new might get into such an exciting career –
While spring has not quite sprung here in Calgary there are plenty of family friendly events coming up this week. Here are some that you might want to attend! Eggstavaganza at the Calgary Zoo Dates April 14-15, 2017  9:00 am 2:00 pm Regular admission rates apply Enjoy the zoo and kids can decorate cookies, make crafts, enjoy entertainment, face painting, bunny races and even cooking demonstrations!
Rain, rain go away… I was a guest at an event recently and while it was a beautiful affair, nestled in a lovely field surrounded by the mountains, the ceremony took place in the rain.  I know there wasn’t an event planner involved and this experience reminded me how important the little details are that we sometimes take for granted. It’s also easy to forget how quickly weather can make an event go sideways. As a Calgary
Living in a city where the economy leaves many struggling, provides endless headlines with various versions of the same story, all which carry the same message ... "the Sky is Falling" ... Companies are looking for all sorts of ways to save money. Unfortunately, layoffs and cut backs have touched many of us. Corporate Social Events are often seen as an accessory, a nice to have but not essential part of work life.