Spring may have sprung but the snow and the cold keeps coming, and it can be difficult to keep sane while continually being cooped up inside. Frolicking in the snow, tobogganing, skiing, snowboarding or skating may have lost the appeal it once had at the beginning of winter. Searching for new, fun and interesting activities may seem difficult, so CREB®Now has put together some indoor activities that are sure to have you forgetting about the less than pleasant spring weather, even if just for a little while.

Like to race? Then the 50,000 sq. ft. of Speeders Indoor ProKarts is the place for you. They offer a racing experience for both beginners and seasoned racers. As long as kids are 12-years-old or older, and taller than 5’1, then stop by anytime for the drop-in racing. All prokarts are 100 per cent electric-powered to offer environmentally friendly racing rain, shine or snow. Check them out at 58 Aero Dr. NE or online at to see what they can offer on a cold, snowy weekend.

If you are missing the green of the grass on the fairway of a golf course and swinging a nine iron at a little white dimpled ball, you can fuel your golf withdrawals indoors. Started by two avid golfers, who decided the winter months interfered with their golf season just as they were packing up the clubs, discovered the magic of golf simulators for new and experienced golfers to work on their skills. To brush up on your swinging technique, or to warm up for the upcoming season head down to Metro Fairway Indoor Golfing at 10 5220 4th St NE.

Baseball season is just around the corner and for those wanting to get their batting and throwing muscles in shape they can take in the indoor batting cages at Absolute Baseball Academy & Fitness Centre. The centre offers facilities for those who play fast pitch, slow pitch and cricket. The centre is open to the public year round for drop in use for the batting cages, pitching lanes and dry land areas for individual, group or team training. Drop in at 2221 Crowchild Trail NW.

Looking to experience what makes things tick? TELUS Spark caters to bringing science and discovery to life. This is the perfect place for people of all ages to embrace the desire to explore and discover science, technology and art. Currently TELUS Spark is featuring Nature Unleashed: Inside Natural Disasters, which explores the science behind natural disasters and the human response to living with them. The second Thursday of every month at Spark is Adults Only Night. Checking out the excitement of science is a great way to spend a snowy Saturday.

Located in downtown Calgary at 130-9th Ave SE, Glenbow Museum is easy to get to by car or by CTrain and every couple months has new exhibitions for Calgarians to enjoy. On display until May 4 is Bryan Adams Exposed, Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket and Made in Calgary: The 1990s. The museum also offers exhibitions on display all year round for the public to enjoy of art collections, artifacts, archival materials and published works documenting the history and culture of Western Canada. There is also a diverse range of international art and artifacts on display to take in.