Stampede Parade

The Stampede Parade is a special part of Calgary's cultural identity and is the event which signals the start of the 10-day celebration. NCAC proudly showcases the rich and diverse culture of Nigeria in this yearly event.

Please join us immediately after the Stampede Parade for the  annual NCAC Stampede Brunch

Venue: Nigerian House, 319 3132 26th St NE Calgary, AB T1Y 6Z1

Time: 2:00 PM

Feast: Nigerian and Canadian delicacies such as Akamu, Akara, Moinmoin, Yam and Stew, Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Bread etc.

The Calgary Stampede, also known as the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, is a 10 day annual event that celebrates Alberta’s western heritage and pioneer spirit. In the past 99 years, millions of people from around the globe have converged on the Stampede Grounds to take part in this world-class festival. From mini donuts and calf roping, to fireworks and line dancing, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste at the Stampede.

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