Entertainment for January 30
Jenn Blair of the Homestretch takes a look at events taking place this weekend in Calgary.
The Armstrong Lie, Doc Soup, Wednesday February 5, 7 pm, Eau Claire
The Flying Dutchman, Calgary Opera, Jubilee Auditorium, February 1, 5 and 7
Debra DiGiovanni the Late Bloomer Tour, Just For Laughs, Saturday, Jack Singer Concert Hall, Epcor Centre, 7:30
The Huron Bride, Vertigo Theatre, to February 23
Messages From Mali, tonight, Jack Singer Concert Hall, Epcor Centre, pre-show at 6, concert at 7
Bowtown Community Music Festival, Bowness Community Centre, Saturday 3 - 11
Souls In Rythm and Sabo Forte, Ironwood tonight
Categories: Columnists, Entertainment, Past Episodes
Spoiled kids myth
Writer and lecturer Alfie Kohn takes issue with the idea that kids these days are spoiled. His new book is called "The Myth of the Spoiled Child: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom About Children and Parenting."
Alfie Kohn is speaking at the University of Calgary Wednesday night at 7 at Craigie Hall, Room C119, tickets are 35 dollars and can be booked through Event Brite.
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