Welcome to the new Central Library! This new icon in Calgary’s East Village area was four years in the making, but it is totally worth the wait when you finally see inside this newly reimagined library. In the digital age we now live in, it may seem like libraries no longer have a place in society. But the new Central Library will offer up so much more than books as it sets itself up to be a truly collaborative View this Post
“If you don’t like the road you’re walking,
start paving another one.”
– Dolly Parton
Say hello to Massago
Have you ever had that crick in your neck and wished you could get a massage at the snap of your fingers? Well, now you can with just a few taps on Massago, Canada’s first RMT app to offer on-demand massage therapy. There’s an app for everything these days so it makes sense to put mobile massage therapists onto a similar platform. Mobile massage is all about bringing convenience and relaxation to your home and now the Massago app makes it even View this Post
- October 23, 2018
You haven’t been to the most amazing women’s networking event until you’ve been to Camp Hooha. Think of it as Girl Guides for adults – you get to learn about a topic while drinking wine and earning badges. It’s probably been a while since you’ve been away to camp, so it’s time to find out what you’ve been missing out on at Camp Hooha.
Where my girls at
First off, Camp Hooha is just for the ladies! Think about the name a little and then it should all View this Post
- October 14, 2018
If you’re looking to feel all the warm fuzzies, then look no further than the Calgary Zoo’s PandaCam. The extremely popular panda bears have captured the imagination of Calgarians of all ages. This live feed brings you front and center into Panda Passage to see what the cute bears are up to throughout the day!
There are three camera feeds available – one inside for the panda cubs, another inside for the adult pandas and then a third view in the outdoor area. If you need a View this Post
- October 13, 2018
We all dream of having an HGTV-worthy kitchen or a Martha Stewart-inspired office but while our imaginations might be expansive, our wallets may not be. Enter Palette Archives, an online interior design service from Calgary designer Amanda Hamilton. Touting “palettes for the people,” the new ecommerce platform is providing accessible and cost effective design options for those who aren’t able to afford a professional interior designer.
So how does it work? Palette Archives puts together a wide variety of themed palettes to fit the décor style you are seeking. Inside each box, you will find physical samples for the View this Post
- September 29, 2018
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