FAB Things to Do: I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts…

Nestled in the quaint district of Inglewood sits a gorgeous Victorian home. The Deane House, banked on the Elbow River is definitely a local hot spot. 

Dean House, located 750 9 Avenue Southeast, Calgary

Brunch anyone? I can easily rank this restaurant as one of my top 5 favorite places for breakfast in Calgary. Close enough to see the skyline of downtown in the near west and yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle. I had the pleasure of enjoying a very delicious brunch while taking in the historical character and our servers educational intro. I highly recommend, not that I’ve tried both of these in the same sitting, the Eggs Benedict, French Toast, and of course their super FAB coffee! The space is well set for large parties and absolutely delightful for tables of two. Make sure you put this on your “Must Do” list becuase you are missing out! 

Are you looking to take in some live Theatre? Well do I have a show for you!

Ghost Busted, showing nightly at Jubilations Dinner Theatre

I had the opportunity to see Ghost Busted with a few colleagues. Live from the Dorchester Hotel this music packed evening was a hoot. The characters stay in character throughout the whole evening, from serving our meals to the themed music playing in the back ground.  This is another fantastic idea for team building, work Christmas parties or going out with a great group of friends. I found this show particularly neat as it’s themed around a Hotel – and well all of us whom attended are Hoteliers. I highly recommend this show for everyone to see. Ghost Busted is showing nightly at Jubilations Dinner Theatre through February 9th, 2013.

The city is glistening with Christmas bliss, full of sparkling colors and a fair to show. If you are looking for some great Christmas gift ideas, or just simply in the spirit check out some local Christmas Fairs.

Stephen Ave decorated for Christmas!

I took in the sites at the Spruce Meadows Fair last weekend with my family and it was a fantastic time. Sprawled throughout the entire grounds are tents full of FAB booths. In the main center of the grounds there’s a large building which displays an array of countries and there signature theme. There was live music and FAB homemade gifts from all over the world. Indeed I did some Christmas shopping  and purchased a few paintings for myself. Unfortunately the Spruce Meadows show is over until next year but click here to find upcoming Christmas Fairs.

Well my Blog Readers that’s all my Fab things this week, and I will be attending some more great things this up and coming week.


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