Sou­venirs, malls, and a guide to quirky neigh­bour­hood stops.

Where Calgary - - CONTENTS -

If you are look­ing for a lit­tle more than T-shirts and tiny bot­tles of maple syrup to bring back home, try one of th­ese spots. Even lo­cals are sure to find some­thing to show off their Cal­gar­ian spirit.

Steel­ing Home (page 42) is an in­de­pen­dent shop that puts a per­sonal touch on orig­i­nal Cal­gary in­spired items.

Moonstone Cre­ation (page 45) is a fam­ily-run busi­ness that makes au­then­tic hand-made na­tive crafts, cloth­ing, and ac­ces­sories, mak­ing it the per­fect place to find some­thing truly unique.

Gal­le­ria In­gle­wood (page 40) is home to Cana­dian artists, so every­thing in this store is sure to be one-of-a-kind. How can you go to Cow­town and not pick up a cow­boy hat?

Cody & Sioux (page 40) makes western wear mod­ern and show­cases Cal­gary’s past in a wear­able way.

With hand-crafted jew­elry and more, it will be hard not to find some­thing at the Glen­bow Mu­seum Shop (page 40).

Just be­cause you might have missed out on Stam­pede week, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Stam­pede swag. Find it at the Stam­pede Store (page 45).

Hand-turned birch bowl by Ken Hawtin of Ar­drossan, Al­berta avail­able at Gal­le­ria In­gle­wood

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