Calgary – Calling all Jr. Cowboys and Cowgirls! The Calgary Stampede is pleased to invite families to The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth for some exciting and affordable family fun, with BMO Kids’ Day, Wednesday, July 12. Families are invited to chow down on a free pancake breakfast and enjoy live entertainment while you eat! Kids 12 and under will get free entry to Stampede Park from 7 – 9 a.m.
What: BMO Kids’ Day free pancake breakfast and live entertainment
When: Wednesday, July 12, 2017, from 7 a.m. – midnight
Where: Grandstand Courtyard, Stampede Park
BMO Kids’ Day schedule:
7 a.m. – 9 a.m. Free admission to Stampede Park for children 12 and under, with accompanying adults
8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Free pancake breakfast, while supplies last at the Grandstand Courtyard
8 a.m. – 10 a.m. Free kids-themed variety show on the Grandstand Stage
9 a.m. – midnight $2 admission for children 7 to 12 years old, with accompanying adults (Children 6 and under free)
For more information on BMO Kids’ Day, please visit calgarystampede.com/stampede/value-days.
About the Calgary Stampede
The Calgary Stampede celebrates the people, the animals, the land, the traditions and the values that make up the unique spirit of the west. The Calgary Stampede contributes to the quality of life in Calgary and southern Alberta through our world-renowned 10-day Stampede, year-round facilities, western events and several youth and agriculture programs. Exemplifying the theme We’re Greatest Together; we are a volunteer-supported, not-for-profit community organization that preserves and promotes western heritage and values. All revenue is reinvested into Calgary Stampede programs and facilities.
About BMO and the Calgary Stampede
BMO Bank of Montreal's ties to the Calgary Stampede are long and remarkable. The relationship between BMO and the Calgary Stampede is the oldest business relationship in Western Canada, dating back to 1884. BMO has been the banker to the Calgary Exhibition since 1899 when lands were christened at Victoria Park. The Agricultural Society had purchased 94 acres of land from the Dominion of Canada and built a race track, cattle sheds and an exhibition building. BMO continued as the banker in 1912 when the first rodeo took place and it became the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede.
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