Enjoy in Calgary Stampede 2019!

Children in Calgary are enjoying the rides in Calgary Stampede on Sunday, July 7, 2019. (Photo by Minyeong Jo/SAIT)

As if to shine the summer of Calgary, the festival venue was crowded with people who came to enjoy Stampede from the morning on Sunday, July 7, 2019.

As if they were all one, they wore cowboy hats and jeans as standard, and went on to stand head-to-feet in checkered shirt and boots.

With the news that admission was free before 11 p.m., the festival’s entrance was so crowded that it was hard to breathe.

At the entrance, security guards checked people’s belongings and let them in, and people were excited by the sight.

Most of the people who came to the family unit were seen, who seemed to hold the babies’ hands and carry them from place to place.

One family of them seemed the mother and father brought their kids, who have played duck-pulling games and picked duck toys one by one from the water, and were so excited to receive gifts for the numbers.

The child, who looked like an older sister, picked a pink bugle, and the younger brother picked a little puppy doll and hugged it tightly in his arms, looking as if he would give it to no one.

They were so excited that they ran toward the next merry-go-round. The sisters, wearing a small straw hat with the same pink ribbon and a white dress, clasped each other’s hands like close friends, and the eyes of the mother and father looking at them glowed with happiness.

Apparently unwilling to miss a bit of their appearance, their mother was capturing their lovely images with a camera on her cell phone, and Dad was holding them up, protecting them and staring with love-filled eyes through the horses inside the merry-go-round, whether they were afraid they would fall.

Some people who looked at it had a happy smile, and they chatted with friends or family members as if they were reminiscing about their childhood.

On the side of the merry-go-round were three sisters looking so much like each other, each dressed up in a different style of Stampede costume. 

“I can’t wait to eat my corn dog,” said Susan Yuan, the oldest of them, with a light purple check shirt and a black hat, glinting at booths selling food as if she couldn’t wait.

“I made up my mind, with a mini donut as always!” Julia Yuan, who is a middle one and wearing blue check shirt and a wide-brimmed hat, followed her gaze through the food trucks. The youngest, Maggie Yuan, was blunt or didn’t show interest in what the sisters said, but she followed them up. They were age-difference sisters, aged 29, 23 and 19, respectively.

 Susan knocked on the door of a shop selling corn dogs they had found with them, as if to show she was the biggest sisters. As if familiar, she squeezed the ketchup and ordered one more to stand by, and she gave a bite to her little sisters. 

“There are more and more fun and delicious things to enjoy on Stampede every year,” they said in chorus. Since they were very young, the three sisters have visited the place on a basic basis at least one day each year, and said Susan, hinting at their excitement of visiting Stampede. 

Julia said, “When I was little, the scary lads were called the zipper and I got a feel of falling and fear of playing after that!” She then said she distrusts the safety of the rides, which are installed at every stampede season. Although she said so, when her youngest brother Maggie was riding on something that looked like a slide, she looked at her and smiled contentedly.

They were on their way to the dog show, holding the purchased corndogs and other food in their hands and expressing excitement at seeing the puppies. They watched a show where dogs jump and record, and they couldn’t stop clapping each time the puppies come out.

Their cell phone cameras were also busy capturing videos. They ate all the food during the show and they quivered, saying they didn’t have to eat dinner.

They wanted to go out of the festival as if exhausted by a large crowd, so they didn’t intend to visit again later in the day, but rushed to the stamp-painters, saying the blue-colored seal was so pretty that they had to receive it.

Children in Calgary are enjoying the rides in Calgary Stampede on Sunday, July 7, 2019. (Photo by Minyeong Jo/SAIT)

Monki Breakfastclub & Bistro if you want to enjoy brunch in Calgary!

Brunch at Monki Breakfastclub & Bistro on June 8, 2019. (Photo by Minyeong Jo/SAIT)

The brunch cafe Monki Bistro, which has had a long line since Saturday morning on June 8, 2019, is near downtown located at 10 Ave SW.

It was only 10 a.m., but the guests had to line up for groups with more than eight, and their faces seemed excited to have to wait for seats.

Beyond them, a staff was seen busily checking the work-in-bookings list, and inside the restaurant was filled with energy from many people.

There were a lot of mean words and their conversation didn’t end until the food was served. 

The restaurant, which is popular among men, women, and children, seems to have various and delicious reasons. 

Looking at their menu, there are approximately 25 choices from the main menu to dessert.

On the menu, it seems to have taken into the account, the tastes of visitors, ranging from vegetarians to sweet-food lovers. Benedict egg as classic brunch

Monki Bistro’s Special style Benedict egg, classic brunch menu!

Monki Bistro is busiest in the morning of the weekend, and people are constantly waiting. Among them, the most exciting-looking woman sparkled as she could not wait as her turn approached.

Pink Benedict egg Brunch at Monki Breakfastclub & Bistro in 2019. (Video by Minyeong Jo/SAIT)

“I love the pink benedicts here!” said Said Sona Yang to her friend.

I’ve visited this place more than twice last month alone,” Yang, who traveled to Calgary on an organized trip, said with a smile, “The benedicts here are so delicious and especially can choose pink hollandaise sauce as an option, which tastes the same but attracts me with its red color.”

She praised the chocolate waffles she had ordered for the first time, and said, “It’s a chocolate menu, but it doesn’t feel too much pressure, so it’s a fun experience.”

“I’m probably leaving Calgary next month, but I can’t forget the food in this restaurant,” she said in a show of affection here.

Aditya Dutta, who manages the restaurant, said, “Our Mantra: Do brunch differential!” and that’s how they innovatively beat the classic brunch menu.

According to him, the restaurant’s most popular manu was recently featured on the Food Network Canada’s large food bucket list. You can see the episode ‘For the Love of brunch’ 

Let’s have brunch at foodnetwork.ca.

John Catucci’s Brunch Bucket List: Monki Bistro in Calgary/ Youtube Video

“While any breakfast classes of ours as benedicts, killets or burgers are a great bet, I would definitely recommend to finish off your brunch with a concert distance!” He quivered that these menus would never fail.

Dutta’s recommended menu in Monki Bistro for the people who are visiting first time!

“Having a good team and sound processes successfully helps to our recovery,” he said, adding that the biggest reason they were able to be reborn as such a popular brunch cafe is to be with their wonderful colleagues.

In his mention, he went through a lot of things running the restaurant, but he and his team worked it out nicely and created what is now Monki Bistro.

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Lilac Festival 2019 – A Fun Party Ever in Calgary

Spring begins in Calgary, with the Lilac Festival on June 2, 2019.

Individuals visit the Lilac Festival and experience the warm spring weather on 13th Avenue and Elbow Drive SW from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 2, 2019.

Calgary’s people visit to enjoy the Lilac Festival to enjoy the warm spring that Lilac tapped between 13th Avenue and Elbow Drive SW from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on Sunday, June 2, 2019.

“I had no idea there were so many active people in Calgary,” said Jaemin Han, who hasn’t been to the Lilac Festival before.

Calgary’s people visit to enjoy the Lilac Festival to enjoy the warm spring that Lilac tapped between 13th Avenue and Elbow Drive SW from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on Sunday, June 2, 2019.

By his mention, because he likes to hang out with people, he didn’t feel tired of the crowds from the festival.

He enjoyed the whole time with his friends such as dancing with the rhythm to the song, drinking cool lemonade and so on although it was not easy to take a step on that road filled with people. 

“I couldn’t hide what was exciting in it,” he said.

Also, he smiled brightly, saying, “It’s a happy thing to take a breath during your busy day,” He mentioned that while he was working at Second Cup, he thought the exhausting-looking people, who came in, would be a little dark from their daily lives.

But when he came out on the street, what he saw is very active and nice people were making the city vibrant. He added, “I’ve been getting the good energy myself.” 

“I would like to introduce this festival to many people,” he said. 

From what he said he thought it’s like tasting a part of the Stampede in July. 

People can experience a variety of foods and events as well as cultural exchanges with different people and races. He encourages many people join Calgary’s festival with interest.

Calgary’s people visit to enjoy the Lilac Festival to enjoy the warm spring that Lilac tapped between 13th Avenue and Elbow Drive SW from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on Sunday, June 2, 2019.

According to the festival’s official website, the event will start the spring from the long and cold winter that had been crouching.

Also, it will open Calgary’s vibrant festival season with citizens excited to spend the nice days outside.

There will be many activities for different age groups.

This means we will be able to see people who have a wide variety of talents and influences today if we just look around.

Calgary’s people visit to enjoy the Lilac Festival to enjoy the warm spring that Lilac tapped between 13th Avenue and Elbow Drive SW from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on Sunday, June 2, 2019.

More information about this event? go and visit here! -> https://lilacfestival.net

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