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Travel Canada: Old Time Rigs
Have you ever wanted to ride a horse-drawn rig, and see sights of Old, Wild West? Well, if you get your free tickets early, you can. Volunteers start corralling people at NE corner of Fluor Rope Square at 8:30am every Stampede morning, and travelers to Canadian city can grab them on a first come, first served basis. The tour starts at 9:30am promptly, and takes travelers to a free pancake breakfast and a short, one hour tour of downtown area of Calgary, Canada. Visitors are then dropped off at Stampede Park at main north entrance when finished.
Travel Canada: Square Dancing
Every day, from 10:00 – 12:00 noon, travelers to Canada’s Stampede can learn how to square dance from pro’s. The corner of Stephen Avenue and 1st Street SW (across from Bay) hosts this all ages, all experience level fun time, cowboy style.
Travel Canada: Western Showcase
Like many large exhibitions such as Calgary Stampede, travelers to Canadian event can view arts and crafts that present and preserve Western Heritage. Cooking shows, live entertainment (such as Cowboy Poetry), photo exhibits and original western art are all proudly displayed for world to see in Hall D of Roundup Centre.
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