September Pictures of the Month

Included in the 2018 September Pictures of the Month: the¬†Circle Carnival’s fifth annual wiener dog race; men’s and women’s SAIT Trojans soccer matches; the Calgary Kidney March; the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event; the¬†Fall Classic Long Track Speedskating Competition; Heritage Park’s Railway Days; Cardel Park & Polish; SAIT’s Great Big Book Sale; and many other events. We hope you enjoy the images our photographers captured this month.

Zachary Saunders, right, dances at Mid Summer Night Swing at Poppy Plaza in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018. Top Cat Swing hosts outdoor swing dance lessons every Thursday evening during the summer. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Diane Fung, right, dances at Mid Summer Night Swing at Poppy Plaza in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018. Top Cat Swing hosts outdoor swing dance lessons every Thursday evening during the summer. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
SAIT students, staff and faculty search through tables of literature at SAIT’s Great Big Book Sale in the Stan Grad Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. The book sale is held in recognition of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) International Literacy Day. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
A young girl pops Maria Chekmareva’s bubbles from her soap bubble show during Circle Carnival at Shaw Millennium Park in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018. Circle Carnival provides plenty of activities for kids and adults to enjoy. (Photo by Destany Bojey Kootnikoff/The Press)
Wiener dogs participating in Circle Carnival’s fifth annual wiener dog race run for the finish line at Shaw Millennium Park in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018. More than ten dogs competed in the race, and the winning dog’s owner received a cash price of 250 dollars. The carnival had its fifth anniversary featuring live music performances, a ball pit, food trucks, and face painting. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
SAIT Trojans midfielder Deanna Kuan battles for the ball after losing a shoe during a women’s soccer match against the Medicine Hat College Rattlers at Cohos Commons Field at SAIT in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The Trojans beat the Ratters 6-1. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Medicine Hat College Rattler’s goalkeeper, Kassidy Suberlak, bows her head after letting a goal in during an Alberta College Athletic Conference women’s soccer game against the SAIT Trojans at SAIT in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The Trojans defeated the Rattlers 6-0. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
SAIT Trojan’s fan cheers on her team against the Medicine Hat College Rattlers in an Alberta College Athletic Conference mens soccer game in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The Trojans won the game by a score of 2-0. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
An emotional moment for Chelsey Auger after she completes the 100 kilometre kidney march in Canada Olympic Park in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The marchers started marching from Millarville Racetrack on Friday morning to raise money for the fight against kidney disease. (Photo by Patrick Earl Concepcion/SAIT)
Pat Wichart cheers during the closing ceremony of the Kidney March at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The Kidney March raised $791,888 this year. (Photo by Devon Langille/The Press)
Medicine Hat Rattler’s defence Connor Ismond, white, attempts a cartwheel kick against the SAIT Trojans at SAIT in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. Trojans defeated the Rattlers 2-0. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
The SAIT Trojans duked it out with the Medicine Hat College Rattlers in a fierce soccer game in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. The Trojans were victorious ending the game with a score of 2-0. (Photo by John Watson/The Press)
Peace officer Gerry Nelson, left, teaches onlookers about the dangers of impaired driving at the Cardel Park + Polish in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Nelson provided attendees a pair of goggles to simulate the impairment caused by alcohol, and demonstrated its effects through a small game of catch. The event also included a car show exhibiting a variety of exotic, classic, and sports cars, as well as a number of family-friendly activities. (Photo by Jesse Gillett/The Press)
SAIT Trojans midfielder Maddie Lee, in white, attempts a bicycle kick during a regular women’s soccer in season game at SAIT Cohos Commons Field in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Lee scored a hat-trick during her 73 minutes of play. The Trojans lead the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference in number of goals scored with 21 in three games. The Trojans defeated the Lakeland College Rustlers, 12-0. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Bearded dragon Kevin sports a makeshift hat while he lounges on a table at the 10th anniversary celebration for Calgary Reptile Parties at the Dalhousie Community Association in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Kevin can be seen in the upcoming Animal Planet series, Scaled. Guests at the celebration could interact with boa constrictors, corn snakes, tarantulas, iguanas, and other animals. An educational reptile show was presented by founder Jason Clevett, and a comedic magic show was put on by local magician James Jordan. (Photo by Stefanie Lis/The Press)
Lakeland College Rustlers fullback Troy Trench and SAIT Trojans midfielder Dean Northover fight over Trench’s tackle on Trojans midfielder Armando Garcia, on floor, during a men’s soccer regular in season game at SAIT Cohos Commons Field in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. Trench was given a yellow card for violent conduct. The SAIT Trojans won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference game, 3-0. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Hairy legs strut down Stephen Avenue as part of the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event in Calgary on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. This annual fundraising event organized by YWCA Calgary aims to raise awareness on domestic abuse. Approximately 150 participants gathered at The Palace Theatre before taking to the streets in high heels. The fundraising goal for this thirteenth edition of the walk was $250,000. The Calgary Police Service has reported responding to approximately 19,000 domestic violence calls annually, a number that has increased by 34 per cent over the five-year average in recent years. YWCA Calgary provides emergency shelter, housing, counselling, as well as family access services and outreach to support women and children. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Teams from Korea, China and Canada compete in the 2018 Fall Classic Long Track Speedskating Competition at the Olympic Oval in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. Both men and women competed in the event, which took place from Sept. 21-23. The skaters participated in 500m, 1,500m, 1,000m, 3,000m and 5,000m races. The competition was open to all skaters who belong to a member country of the International Skating Union (ISU). The ISU was founded in 1892 and is recognized by the International Olympic Committee. (Photo by Stefanie Lis/The Press)
Red Deer College Kings forward Case Thudium attempts to dangle around three SAIT Trojans players at SAIT in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. The Kings defeated the Trojans 6-2. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
Lisa Goodall stops to have a cigarette with her coffee while she enjoys the view at Prince’s Island Park in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018. It was two degrees and drizzly on the second day of fall. (Photo by Devon Langille/The Press)
Acadia Robichaud, right, celebrates with her team, the Tiny Ninjas, at the conclusion of the annual Hack the Flyer competition in Calgary’s East Village community on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018. The competition is a part of Beakerhead, challenging teams to turn a Radio Flyer wagon into a racing machine and compete in a variety of races to showcase their creations. The Tiny Ninjas won the sustainability award for their wagon. (Photo by Jesse Gillett/The Press)
Autumn Schneider, 20, of SAIT Trojans and Auslin Rae McDaniel-Perrin, goalie, of Olds College Broncos get into a verbal fight during the Woman’s Soccer game at Coho Commons Field in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. Trojans won with a score of 5-0. (Photo by Devon Langille/The Press)
Adrienne Brahm, right, hurries her son Booker Brahm across the train tracks during Railway Days at Heritage Park in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. Railway Days is a family friendly event that offers caboose and wagon rides, historical streets and shops, an amusement park and more. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Lori Marquardson, right, enjoys the amusement park rides during Railway Days at Heritage Park in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. Railway Days is a family friendly event that offers caboose and wagon rides, historical streets and shops, an amusement park and more. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Rich Clugston, left, and his son Morgan wave to passengers on the train passing by during Railway Days at Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. Heritage Park is Canada’s largest living history museum and was established in 1964. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
A steam engine built in 1942 makes laps around the 127 acre park during Railway Days at Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018. Heritage Park is Canada’s largest living history museum and was established in 1964. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
Yi Hong soaks up the fall sun in Prince’s Island Park in Calgary on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018. Prince’s Island Park is an urban park built on an island on the Bow River on the north side of downtown. (Photo by Braeden Park/The Press)
A women lounges shielded from the sun at Prince’s Island Park in Calgary on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018. The park was busy with Calgarians enjoying one of the few warm days of spring. (Photo by Shiva Esmaeili/The Press)
Jonathan Kane owns and runs his tea shop, The Naked Leaf, on Kensington Road in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Kane, formerly a professional dancer in Europe, opened the shop in 2008 with a vision to help people develop a personal tea experience. (Photo by Tiffany Oud/The Press)
Three women take a walk by a lake in University Height community in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. The lake is located in a park owned by the University of Calgary and is a popular walking spot in the neighbourhood. (Photo by Azin Ghaffari/The Press)
Eliza and Aeneas McCarty play together at a park in the Sage Hill community green space in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Their favourite things about fall are “all the pretty colours” and building leaf crowns. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
Justin Cole casts his fly in the Elbow River near Roxboro Park in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Cole was fishing for brown trout and has practiced the sport for five years. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Douglas College Royals head coach Steve Beauchamp, right, scolds Royals guard Laura Lewis, left, after a bad play at the SAIT Invitational Basketball Tournament at SAIT Campus Centre gym in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Royals lost, 63-46. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Bryan Leon, back, tries catching up to Christopher Langridge during an EVO Western Elite Circuit #1 men’s short track 1,500m finals race at the University of Calgary’s Olympic Oval in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Three Western Elite Circuit competitions are organized each year in Alberta and British Columbia to provide junior and neo-senior athletes racing experience, which is of particular importance this year in preparation for the 2019 Red Deer Winter Games. Competitors could participate by gender in individual 500m and 1,500m races as well as in 1,000m and 3,000m relay races. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Roger Fulton, left, Jian Song, centre, and Ethan McKinley-Young lead the pack during an EVO Western Elite Circuit #1 men’s short track 500m semi-finals race at the University of Calgary’s Olympic Oval in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Three Western Elite Circuit competitions are organized each year in Alberta and British Columbia to provide junior and neo-senior athletes racing experience, which is of particular importance this year in preparation for the 2019 Red Deer Winter Games. Competitors could participate by gender in individual 500m and 1,500m races as well as in 1,000m and 3,000m relay races. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
University of Calgary Dinos receiver, Kelton Bailey, centre, bottom, attempts to catch a ball tossed by quarterback, Adam Sinagra, centre, top, during a U Sports football game against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies at McMahon Stadium in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. The Dinos defeated the Huskies, 33-13. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
University of Calgary Dinos receiver, Hunter Karl, completes a long yard pass on third down during a U Sports football game against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies at McMahon Stadium in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. The Dinos defeated the Huskies, 33-13. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
Olympic Oval coach Alan McIlveen, top left, and Team China coach Jingyi Sun, top right, encourage their skaters during an EVO Western Elite Circuit #1 men’s short track 500m finals race at the University of Calgary’s Olympic Oval in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Three Western Elite Circuit competitions are organized each year in Alberta and British Columbia to provide junior and neo-senior athletes racing experience, which is of particular importance this year in preparation for the 2019 Red Deer Winter Games. Competitors could participate by gender in individual 500m and 1,500m races as well as in 1,000m and 3,000m relay races. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Gursehaj Aujla playing with his flashlight during the performance at Magnolia Banquet Hall. He is here to participate in Mr. and Mrs. Punjabi 2018 presented by Punj-aab Entertainment in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. This is a score based competition. There are three rounds to test Punjabi Boli, pehrawa, body language, versa knowledge and Gidha. (Photo by Eka Barnovi-MacNicol/The Press)
Mandeep Toue dancing alone with her students during a performance at Mr. and Mrs. Punjabi in Magnolia Banquet Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Punjabi 2018 was presented by Punj-aab Entertainment in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. This is a score based competition. There are three rounds to test Punjabi Boli, pehrawa, body language, versa knowledge and Gidha. (Photo by Eka Barnovi-MacNicol/The Press)
Brianna Corria holds the Canada flag during the Canadian anthem before a cow riding competition at the Nutrien Western Event Centre in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Cow riding is an event in which riders try and stay on a cow for longer than six seconds. Throughout the ride, the rider is judged on their form and the cow is judged on its buck for a total of 100 points. (Photo by Nick Olexyn/The Press)
Participants in the Stampede 4-H Rodeo cow riding competition bow during the Cowboy Prayer recital at the Nutrien Western Event Centre in Stampede Park in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. A variety of clinics presented by industry professionals as well as junior, intermediate, and senior youth competitions were hosted as part of the 21st edition of the annual event. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
A child starts to lose his grip during the Stampede 4-H Rodeo goat riding activity at the Nutrien Western Event Centre in Stampede Park in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. A variety of clinics presented by industry professionals as well as junior, intermediate, and senior youth competitions were hosted as part of the 21st edition of the annual event. (Photo by Aidan Nidelet/The Press)
Char Hoyem, right, hugs a spectator who approached her after she got her hair shaved in support for cancer awareness at the CIBC Run for the Cure held at Southcentre Mall in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. Organized by Canadian Cancer Society, CIBC Run for the Cure is a 5k or 1k walk or run fund-raising event. It is the largest, single-day, volunteer-led event in Canada in support of the breast cancer cause. (Photo by Ryan John Baculpo/The Press)
Deanna Omilusik competes in goat tying at the annual 4-H Rodeo at the Nutrien Western Event Centre in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. Goat tying is a timed event where participants ride their horse to a goat, dismount and tie three of the goat’s legs together. The 4-H Rodeo hosted goat tying, pole bending, barrel racing, breakaway roping and steer daubing. (Photo by Nick Olexyn/The Press)
Wei Yang, right, gains the lead on a corner in the short track speed skating EVO Western Elite Circuit at the Olympic Oval in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. The race had over 100 competitors which included 22 international competitors. The Evo Western Elite Circuit was designed to create racing opportunities for junior and semi-professional skaters alike. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
RC enthusiast Carter Herasymiuk, front centre, gets a close up of the action as competitors race around Velocity RC Raceway at their grand opening event in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. The event included races for two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive 1/10 scale electric RC buggies.Velocity was opened by Paul Parks and Gary Fliegel, long-time friends who both began building and racing RC cars in 1991. (Photo by Jesse Gillett/The Press)
S. Marshall Shupe lays injured on the ice after slipping on a corner during the short track speed skating EVO Western Elite Circuit at the Olympic Oval in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. The race had over 100 competitors which included 22 international competitors. The Evo Western Elite Circuit was designed to create racing opportunities for junior and semi-professional skaters alike. (Photo by Evan Buchanan/The Press)
A little girl gets her ears covered after she cried of the loud noises in Scotiabank Saddledome during a game between Calgary Hitmen and Red Deer Rebels in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018. Red Deer Rebels won 6-5 in overtime. (Photo by Azin Ghaffari/The Press)
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