September 2021 Pictures of the Month

Included in the 2021 September Pictures of the Month: The Running of the Bulldogs; the Superdogs; the Heritage Inn International Balloon Festival; Peace Bridge performers; Beakerhead; a classic car show; Trojan’s women’s soccer; the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation; and several others. We hope you enjoy the pictures our photographers captured this month.

Four Bulldogs owned by Warren Moore take a break after competing in the Running of the Bulldogs event at Century Downs Racetrack just north of Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. (Photo by Bailey Seymour/The Press)
The Blue Tegu is one of more than 1,000 animals at the Calgary Reptile Expo at the Absolute Baseball Academy & Fitness Centre in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. The Expo is meant to help overcome misunderstandings and help educate people about reptile ownership. (Photo by Jungmin Ham/The Press)
A street performer on stilts interacts with the crowd at the University District Block Party in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. The University District is one of CalgaryÕs newest neighbourhoods, located adjacent to the University of Calgary and the Alberta ChildrenÕs Hospital. (Photo by Jeremy Fox/The Press)
Families enjoy the SuperDogs show at the University District Block Party in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. The University District is one of CalgaryÕs newest neighbourhoods, located adjacent to the University of Calgary and the Alberta ChildrenÕs Hospital. (Photo by Jeremy Fox/The Press)
One of the SuperDogs gallops through an obstacle with their trainer at the University District Block Party in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. The University District is one of Calgary’s newest neighbourhoods, located adjacent to the University of Calgary and the Alberta Children’s Hospital. (Photo by Jeremy Fox/The Press)
Buford, left, passes another bulldog at the Running with the Bulldogs event at Century Downs Racetrack on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. Running with the Bulldogs is an event that has bulldogs race against each other to win a variety of prizes. These prizes include gourmet chocolate, dog treats , and vacations for two. The dogs are divided from lightweights to heavyweights. Lightweights race each other and heavyweights race each other. (Photo by Reuben Polintan/The Press)
The bull dog Mouser is ready to join the line up before the race on Sunday, September 19, 2021at Century Downs Racetrack. Dog Race is good activity for their health. (Photo by Navdeep Sidhu/The Press)
SAIT Trojans player collides during a game against the U of C Dinos at the SAIT arena in Calgary on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021. The U of C Dinos defeated the Trojans, 8-1.(Photo by Jungmin Ham/The Press)
SAIT Trojans player and University of Calgary Dinos player fight in front of the goal post during an exhibition game at the SAIT arena in Calgary on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021. The U of C Dinos defeated the Trojans, 8-1. (Photo by Jungmin Ham/The Press) (Photo by Jungmin Ham/The Press)
A crew member tangles with a balloon at the Heritage Inn International Balloon Festival in High River on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021. Crew members make sure the canopy is inflating properly. (Photo by Robert Korotyszyn/The Press)
Spectators take pictures as balloons launch during the Heritage Inn International Balloon Festival on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021. The festival runs from Sept. 22 to Sept. 26 this year. (Photo by Robert Korotyszyn/The Press)
Karen and Robert Lubid take pictures of the balloons at the Heritage Inn Balloon Fest in High River, Alta. on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. The Lubids are regular attendees of the annual festival. (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/The Press)
The Fishin’ balloon, piloted by Shane Lockyer, takes off at the Heritage Inn Balloon Fest in High River, Alta. on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. This is Lockyer’s fifth year competing at the festival. (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/The Press)
Jose Trinidad plays his violin while some people watch and others walk by on the Peace Bridge in Calgary on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021. Trinidad has been playing violin for four years with Pat Cuikani, a singer and bandmate with Cabrakaan, a melodic metal band. Trinidad plays many classical songs on his electric violin, but he also plays familiar songs like ÒPerfectÓ by Ed Sheeran, and ÒPhantom of the OperaÓ from the musical of the same name. (Photo by Alejandro Melgar/The Press)
The leaves begin to change colour in Fish Creek Provincial Park as the fall season marks the end of summer in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021. (Photo by Ethan Perrin/The Press)
People look at cars at the River City Classics car show in High River on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. Most people were not wearing masks at the event. (Photo by Robert Korotyszyn/The Press)
David the marionette makes his accent up the Devon Tower at the Beakerhead Accent event in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021. Beakerhead is a group dedicated to helping foster a love of science and technology in children all across Canada. This event was put on with help from the Calgary International Film Festival to showcase their new marionette. (Photo by Rory Carroll/The Press)
An event worker drives around in a pie go-cart at the Beakerhead Accent event in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021. Beakerhead is a group dedicated to helping foster a love of science and technology in children all across Canada. This event was put on with help from the Calgary International Film Festival to showcase their new marionette. (Photo by Rory Carroll/The Press)
SAIT Trojans womenÕs soccer player (#17) tries to maintain control of the ball against (#14) of the U of A Vikings during ACAC womenÕs soccer action at the Cohos Commons Field on SAIT campus in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. The Trojans defeated the Vikings 7-1. (Photo by Rory Carroll/The Press)
Emily Quirke, left, defends against the Trojans Amber Meyers during the third game of the season on Cohos Commons field in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. The SAIT Trojans played against the UofA Augustana Vikings and won with a score of 7-1 in a blowout victory. The Vikings faced intense pressure from the Trojans. (Photo by Alejandro Melgar/The Press)
A SAIT Trojan steals the ball from a Augustana Viking at SAIT Cohos Commons Soccer Field in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. By this point in the game (first half) the Trojans had already scored twice the emotion of the Vikings began to come out. (Photo by Ben Hames/SAIT)
The Vikings goalie punches the ball in order to block a shot by the Trojans at SAIT Cohos Commons Soccer Field in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. Normally catching the ball is best practice but in a pinch like this a strong fist will be sufficient. (Photo by Ben Hames/SAIT)
Two players fight for possession and get intertwined at SAIT Cohos Commons Soccer Field in Calgary on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. The Vikings were giving everything they had to try and muster up a few final points before the games end. (Photo by Ben Hames/SAIT)
A woman awaits her bus on Kensington Road NW while checking her phone in Calgary on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021. Kensington road has many murals and art displays to help lighten up the neighbourhood. (Photo by Alejandro Melgar/The Press)
Peter Van Overwalle and his crew prepare his balloon Princess Nelly as the Balloon Miss Birdy, piloted by Bill Whelan & Sandra Rolfe looms overhead in High River on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. Miss Birdy is made up of 1000 pieces of fabric with each leg being made of about 100 meters of fabric. (Photo by {Evan Lemay}/The Press)
An indigenous woman and a small girl stand in front of a memorial set up outside the City of Calgary municipal building on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. A memorial is intended to represent the victims of the residential school system in Canada. The memorial is also a part of National Truth and Reconciliation Day. (Photo by Reuben Polintan/The Press)
Several buildings downtown are lit orange in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. Landmark buildings in Calgary are lit orange as part of Canada’s first observed National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/SAIT). (Photo by Paola Hinojosa/The Press)
An attendee holding a candle on the steps in front of the memorial at the Truth and Reconciliation candle light vigil in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. The memorial is in memory of all those who died and suffered in CanadaÕs residential school system. (Photo by Lillian McCallum/The Press)
AttendeeÕs hold candles in front of the Calgary Municipal Building where a candlelight vigil took place in conjunction with the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021. The memorial pays tribute to all those who died and suffered in CanadaÕs residential school system. (Photo by Brandon Peniuk/The Press)
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