One. On Nov. 11th, 2009 is celebrated in Canada the Remembrance Day. 3,000 crosses honor Calgarians who gave Totempostlives in war. The crosses are destined for Memorial Drive.

Two. Running to November 12, the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies hosts a multi-media exhibition of work of Canmore artist Jan Kabatoff, “Jan Kabatoff Glacier: A Journey.” Also partnering with the Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives, Parks Canada, the Town of Banff and the Wardens’ Alumni, the museum presents “A Way of Life, A Legacy to Protect: 100 Years of Warden Service”, running to November 15.

Three. Pat Borecky, owner of Sew Much More on MacLeod Trail, keeps her  500 students in creative stitches.

Four. At the U of C’s Schulich School of Engineering 24 per cent of undergraduate students are female, which is well above the national average of 17,5 per cent.

Five. At the Pumphouse Theaters (2140 Pumphouse Avenue, S.W.) the Front Row Centre serves up Sweeney Todd’s “The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”. It runs from November 6-14.

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