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region |calgary & area by indie filmmakers, there’s something new and interesting for everyone to see. Various venues, 403-283-1490, calgaryfilm.com Oct 5 - 31 Screamfest Canada’s largest horror festival will scare the socks, if not more, off of you. Creepy carnival games, haunted houses, entertainment — it’s a must-see for fans of The Walking Dead and horror films. Rated PG-13. Stampede Park, 20 Roundup Way, screamfest.ca Oct 8 - 14 Wordfest This literary festival celebrates the written word by hosting authors from around the world in a variety of genres for readings, Q&As, book signings and some unique programming across 70 separate events in the city. Various venues, 403-237-9068, wordfest.com Nov 24 - Dec 23, weekends only Once Upon a Christmas Enjoy old-fashioned Christmas fun at Heritage Park. Decorate cookies, get photos with Santa, sing along with costumed carolers, shop for unique and vintage gifts and ride along in a horse-drawn wagon. Heritage Park, 1900 Heritage Dr SW, 403-268-8500, heritagepark.ca Nov 24 - Jan 7 Zoolights One of the city’s favourite annual family events lights up the zoo with more than 1.5 million bulbs. While the animals are fast asleep, stroll through the extravagant lightshow with hot chocolate in hand and enjoy some seasonal activities. Calgary Zoo, 1300 Zoo Rd NE, 403-232-9300, calgaryzoo.com Globalfest + t u r o A ure +Y t l u C lenbow G t A Awe. Joy. Surprise. Curiosity. It’s not just what you’ll see, but how you’ll feel. glenbow.org 130 – 9th Avenue SE | Downtown Calgary Calgary Stampede Glenbow_OUR Alberta_4.667x7.375_v3.indd 1 2018-05-22 3:48 PM 41