We’ve asked local musicians to interpret some of their favourite songs written by women. With genres from soul to jazz, country to folk, the evening is sure to have something for everyone, and may leave you with a few new favourites to add to your playlist!
This special evening will raise important funds for The Alex. For nearly half a century, The Alex has been moving Calgarians from poverty to stability, and from crisis to wellness. Over the past year, we’ve grown that movement by paving an ambitious, but necessary path forward to continue leading in community and social programs, Indigenous relations, and mobile health care. But because the needs of our communities continue to grow, we can’t do it alone. Your contribution will ensure The Alex can provide accessible, comprehensive community care to Calgarians who need it most.
This event is open to everyone aged 18 and over, regardless of gender or gender identity/expression.
This event takes place on the territory of the Blackfoot and the people of Treaty 7 Region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikuni, the Kainai, the Tsuu T'ina and the Stoney Nakoda First Nations. Calgary is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.
With more to come!
Located in the heart of Victoria Park, Venue 308 is a beautiful new space that will provide a gorgeous backdrop to the event. Centrally located, with plenty of evening parking. Why Everyone's Talking About Venue 308 (Avenue Magazine)
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Your contribution will ensure The Alex can provide accessible, comprehensive community care to Calgarians who need it most.
Help us Drive Impact
100% of proceeds will be donated to The Alex Community Health Centre. The Alex is changing how we look at health care in Calgary. Our health, housing, and food programs support our most vulnerable neighbours, tackling tough health and social issues head-on. Since 1973, our cost-effective programs have saved millions of taxpayer dollars by moving people from poverty to stability and from crisis to wellness.
Together We Can Make a Difference
Community Members supported with health, housing and social support
youth from 8 high schools
had 4621 visits for health
and social supports
meals served and sent home
babies and children supported through parenting programs