Where to find CBC Calgary at this year's Stampede breakfasts

This year CBC Calgary's Stampede Posse will be visiting six community pancake breakfasts. Our posse includes CBC Calgary hosts, staff and our mascot, Ceebee. Find out where we’ll be and how you can win some fun prizes.

Find out where we’ll be and how you can win some fun prizes

Rumour has it there are two seasons in Calgary — Christmas and Stampede. And why's that? Because they're the times we gather as a community to celebrate the range and richness of Calgary's diversity and different perspectives.

But luckily there's no snow on the ground and Stampede is just around the corner. Can we get a "yahoo!"? 

This year our Stampede Posse, made up of hosts, staff and our CBC Kids mascot Ceebee, will be visiting six community pancake breakfasts around the city. We'll be broadcasting live from some of them and sharing stories with one another. Find out where we'll be and how you can win some fun prizes.

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      Saturday, July 6

      Ismaili Muslim Stampede Breakfast
      Where: 1128 45th Ave. NE
      When: 7:45 a.m. to 11 a.m.
      Meet CBC hosts: Angela Knight and Paul Haavardsrud 

      The Ismaili Muslim Community of Calgary will host this year's annual stampede breakfast at Ismaili Jamatkhana and Centre on July 6 with the formal opening beginning at 7:45 a.m. Breakfast will be served until 11:00 a.m.

      Calgary Japanese Community Association Breakfast
      Where: 2236 29 St. SW
      When: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
      Meet CBC hosts: Doug Dirks, Jenny Howe, Russell Bowers and Shannon Scott

      Join the Calgary Japanese Community Association for their Stampede breakfast July 6 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. There will be a performance by Midnight Taiko at 10 a.m. Guests are asked to bring non-perishable food items or a monetary donation to the Calgary Food Bank.

      Tuesday, July 9 

      Calgary Eyeopener Walking Show
      Where: 1410 Olympic Way SE
      When: 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

      On Tuesday, July 9, hosts David Gray and Angela Knight will be taking CBC Radio's Calgary Eyeopener on the road with a "Stampede Edition" walking show through the Stampede grounds. Tour the barns, Elbow River Camp and find out the best spots to grab a bite to eat. Tune in from 6:00 to 8:30 a.m. at 99.1FM /1010AM.

      Wednesday, July 10

      Wood's Homes Stampede Breakfast 
      Where: 805 37 St. NW
      When: 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
      Meet CBC hosts: Angela KnightDavid GrayRob BrownRosa Marchitelli and Russell Bowers

      Join us at Wood's Homes pancake breakfast in Parkdale on July 10. With a menu that includes pancakes, pork sausages, baked beans, freshly cut watermelon, orange and apple juice, coffee provided by Starbucks, and activities that included face painting, kids' games, a balloon artist and bouncy castle, this is an event families and community members won't want to miss!

      Siksika Family Services Stampede Breakfast 
      Where: 132 16 Ave. NE
      When: 9 a.m. to noon
      Meet CBC hosts: Doug Dirks, Jenny Howe and Shannon Scott

      The Siksika Family Services Stampede Breakfast is Siksika's way of giving back to the families, children in care, the community and to the general public. There will be live entertainment, pow-wow demonstrations, door prizes and many more activities for everyone to enjoy! 

      Thursday, July 11

      Best of East International Ave Breakfast
      Where: 3111 17 Ave. SE
      When: 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
      Meet CBC hosts: Angela Knight and David Gray

      The Best of East Stampede breakfast is famous for not only serving pancakes, but bringing culturally diverse restaurants on International Avenue to liven things up with their favourite breakfast dishes. 

      Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre of Calgary
      Where: 4631 Richardson Way SW
      When: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
      Meet CBC hosts: Angela KnightPaul Haavardsrud and Russell Bowers

      The Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre of Calgary's pancake breakfast is a great chance to enjoy some free pancakes and good company. This free event is hosted to thank Calgarians for their support and to provide members of the community an opportunity to meet some of the individuals they support.

      Please note the CBC Calgary posse will not be at the breakfasts for their entirety.

      About the Author

      Madelaine Lapointe

      Senior Communications Officer

      Madelaine Lapointe is a senior communications officer at CBC Calgary. She enjoys connecting with the community through planning innovative campaigns and events. She previously worked at CBC Manitoba where she worked on projects including Flow in the Dark for Nuit Blanche, CBC Manitoba Future 40, Folk Festival and Beyond 94. In her spare time you can find her adventuring with her pup, cooking and watching the latest independent films.