We Can Be Heroes

Alberta Culture Days Weekend at containR
Sept 26-28, 2014

We Can Be Heroes
Special Events for Kids
@ containR

Unleash Your Inner Superhero!!!!
Dance | Theatre | Clown Workshop
With Judith Mendelsohn
Saturday Sept 27
12-2:35
 

In this workshop discover all of the marvelous qualities of your superhero through, movement, clown, dance and most of all PLAY.

Bring along your superhero costume from home, but you will also build your very own superhero head piece at our craft station.

Prepare to dazzle audiences as you perform a snippet of your superhero in a SUPER DUPER show at 2:30 pm on the containR stage.

Theatre artist, clown and youth education specialist Judith Mendelsohn will guide activities.

Superbots, Crafts and Hero Stories
With the Calgary Public Library
Saturday Sept 27
2:30-4:30

Come read, create and play in a guided afternoon of super fun.

Thursday Sept 25

Brave Communications and Jane MacFarlane Voice Workshop
Unleash your super hero voice.
12:15-1pm


Friday Sept 26

Kris Demeanor and his Crack Band
5:00-7:00pm

Freak Motif
7:00-9:00pm

AMASS | Prairie Tales Film Screening
Short films by fantastic Alberta filmmakers
5:00-9:00pm


Saturday Sept 27

Community Flea Market
10:00-2:00pm

Papergirl Calgary 
Bike Parade | Art Give Away Meet Up 
12 noon

Kids Hero | Theatre & Dance Fun
Explore Your Inner Hero 
With Judith Mendelson
Craft |Theatre | Dance | Developmental Play
12-2:30pm

Saturday Sept 27, cont'd

Los Morenos
1:00-3:00pm

Calgary Library 
Hero Crafts & Stories for kids
2:30-4:30pm

Sheri-D Wilson
Spoken Word Extraordinaire
3:00-4:00pm

La Caravan Dance Theatre
4:00-4:30pm

BassBus
Super Hero Cosplay Dance
5:00-9:00pm

AMASS | Prairie Tales Film Screening
Short Films by fantastic Alberta Filmmakers
12 noon – 9:00pm


Sunday Sept 28

Ta Pocketa Pocketa
1:30-3:30pm

Plaid Tongue Devils
4:30-6:00pm

AMASS | Prairie Tales Film Screening
Short Films by fantastic Alberta Filmmakers
1:30 – 6:00pm

We gratefully acknowledge the generous donation from The Calgary Foundation that has helped make the use of "The Calgary Foundation Centennial Stage" possible.