The ongoing celebration of the new St. Patrick’s bridge encourages people to stop by and see what the week of small events is all about.
St. Patrick’s Bridge – Calgary’s newest pedestrian bridge that connects East Village, St. Patrick’s Island and Bridgeland – is now open after a year-long delay due to the 2013 flood.
ACAD’s first attempt to bring the popular European late-night art festival to Calgary in 2012 brought in crowds far exceeding anyone’s expectations. This year everything was doubled, from the artists themselves to the spectators that came down to see them.
Net Blow-Up, the world’s first self-supporting, climbable social sculpture, made its North American debut at this year’s annual Beakerhead attracting Calgarians from all over the city.