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Thursday 15

COUNTRY FARMS MARKETPLACE Market and tea room. Confederation Mall, Thursday through Saturday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. See

PIMATISIWIN Written by Curtis Peeteetuce, and featuring the 2017/2018 Circle of Voices Youth, this play will explore stories about Indigenous people and their connection to land and food. Presented by Gordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre in collaboration with CHEP and Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Studio 914, March 15–16 at 1 and 8 p.m. See

GENS HELLQUIST SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC Free STI testing and all-ages drop-in. OUTSaskatoon, Thursdays from 5–8 p.m. OUTSaskatoon also offers a range of social and support groups for people who identify with different communities on the gender spectrum. See for details.

LIT UP! This business casual fundraiser is hosted by Read Saskatoon to promote literacy. Sheraton Cavalier, 6 p.m. See

5D4H IMPROV NIGHT Live improv hosted by USask Improv and 5 Days for the Homeless, with proceeds to EGADZ. Quance Theatre, 7:30 p.m. $5 students, $8 adults.

WEST COAST SWING Beginner dance lesson Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., Intermediate 8:30 p.m., open dance 9 p.m. Toon Town Tavern. $2. See

TRIVIA Tonight’s topic: The Simpsons. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

ASKATUNE Music trivia with Charly Hustle and Burke of Rock. Woods Alehouse, 8 p.m.

Friday 16


TIM & LOUISE JONES: THE PLACE OF THE LIVING STONE Slide show about Indigenous petroglyphs at St. Victor. Frances Morrison Library, 2 p.m. See

SASKATOON COLLECTOR’S SHOW Features over 100 vendors selling antiques, wildlife art and other items. Hosted by Saskatoon Gun Club. Prairieland Park, 6–10 p.m., March 17 10  a.m.–6 p.m., March 18 10 a.m.–4 p.m. See

BIG SKY ARTISTS: SHOW & SALE Features work by 13 Saskatchewan artists. Grace Westminster Church, March 16 from 6–9 p.m., March 17 10 a.m.–5 p.m., March 18 1–4 p.m. Free admission.

ALUMNI OF INFLUENCE GALA This event will honour 11 University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Sciences alumni. TCU Place, 5:30 p.m. See

PAINT NIGHT: OUT & AWAY This is a fundraiser for OutSaskatoon. The Refinery, 7 p.m. $45. See

STARPLEX 2018 This three-day event is presented by Prairie Lily Exchange, and includes dance demonstrations, social events and dances. Multiple venues, March 16–18. See

HIW WILDSIDE WRESTLING: UNBREAKABLE Sutherland Curling Club, bell at 8 p.m. See

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Chris Griffin and Dion Arnold. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

Saturday 17

SASKATOON FARMERS’ MARKET 19th St & Ave B, Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m.–2 p.m., and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Note: March 18 is Seedy Sunday. See

BASIC WILDLIFE REHABILITATION Introductory/refresher course for people interested in wildlife rehabilitation. University of Saskatchewan, 8:30 a.m. See

SASKATOON ORCHARD EXTRAVAGANZA One-day seminar on growing saskatoons commercially. Saskatoon Farms, 8:30 a.m. $75. Tickets at 1-800-463-2113.

RBC TRAINING GROUND One-day opportunity to have your athletic skills evaluated. Prairieland Park, 9 a.m. See

ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN: LEARNING SERIES This program is designed to assist those newly diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers. March 17 and 24 from 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. and April 3 from 1:30–3 p.m. Register at 306-683-6322.

INHABITING THE WORLD OF POETRY Workshop on “Titles & the Art of Revision” led by writer-in-residence Katherine Lawrence. Frances Morrison Library, 10 a.m.–Noon. See for waiting list.

SASKATOON FAMILY EXPO Includes a trade show, children’s activities and live entertainment. Prairieland Park, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

ART REACH: 3D SECRET SPACES Drop-in art-making hosted by Remai Modern. Frances Morrison Library, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. See

INTRODUCTION TO SAULTEAUX Presented in partnership with Saskatoon Indian & Métis Friendship Centre. Freda Ahenakew Library, Saturdays from 1–4 p.m. See

JEFF BURTON: THE ADVENTURES OF AURORAMAN #1 Signing for Saskatchewan-produced superhero comic. McNally Robinson, 1 p.m. See

TETRIS This child-friendly physical dance performance is presented by Arch8 from the Netherlands and is inspired by the video game. Presented by Persephone Theatre. Suitable for kids 6+. Rawlco Radio Hall, 2 p.m. See

YOUNG NATURALISTS’ OWL PELLETS Indoor nature activity geared to children, but a parent or guardian must also attend. 1–3 p.m. Register for waiting list at

ANASTASIA This ballet is inspired by the story of the youngest daughter of the last Russian czar who lived through the intrigue that led to the Bolshevik Revolution. Presented by Canada’s Ballet Jorgen. TCU Place, 7:30 p.m. See

ARTISTS AGAINST HUNGER This event includes dinner and an auction of art donated by local artists. Proceeds support Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. TCU Place, 5 p.m. See

BLADES VS P.A. RAIDERS WHL hockey. SaskTel Centre, 7 p.m. See

UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY Free public viewing Saturdays from 8–10:30 p.m. Campus Drive southwest. See

Sunday 18

HINDU SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN VEGETARIAN BANQUET Includes a traditional Indian meal, a silent auction and live entertainment. Prairieland Park, 5:30 p.m. Tickets at 306-380-7737.

MYTH Documentary screening about Vasyl Slipak who abandoned an opera career to help defend Ukraine from Nazis, includes a Q&A with the filmmakers and Slipak’s brother. O’Donnell Auditorium, St. Thomas More College, 5:30 p.m.

COMEDY LAB Open mic with stand-up, sketch and improv hosted by the Williamson brothers. Thirsty Scholar, every Sunday at 8:30 p.m. $5 cover for non-performers.

Monday 19

INDIGENOUS INCLUSION IN THE HEMP & CANNABIS INDUSTRY Two-day seminar looking at economic opportunities for Indigenous producers in this soon to be multi-billion dollar industry. Saskatoon Inn, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. See

LUNCH & LEARN SERIES: LGBTQ2S+ 101 This event will provide an introduction to various terms to describe gender and sexuality. OUTSaskatoon (320 21st W.), Noon–1 p.m. See

DIABETES MANAGEMENT Presentation by pharmacy students on what pharmacists can do to help manage diabetes. SWITCH Community Clinic (1528 20th St. W.), 6–8 p.m.

SKNEHIYAWAK SONGS & STORIES Family-friendly evening of Cree songs and stories. Carlyle King Library, tonight and March 26 at 6:30 p.m. See

EDITH ROWLES SIMPSON LECTURE Guest-speaker: Maurice Moloney (CEO of the University of Saskatchewan’s Global Institute for Food Security). Frances Morrison Library, 7 p.m. See

NEIGHBOURS WORKING TOGETHER: A DIALOGUE ON INTENSIFICATION & URBAN HERITAGE Features a presentation by Jeanie Gartly and panel discussion with Lesley Anderson, Roger Schmidt and Brent Penner. Edwards Family Centre (333 4th Ave. N.), 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday 20

FEDERATION OF SOVEREIGN INDIGENOUS NATIONS: YOUTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Three-day gathering focused on developing youth leadership skills. Travelodge Hotel, March 20–22. See

DISNEY LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE Day-long seminar to learn about Disney’s approach to business leadership. TCU Place, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. See

BEST PERENNIAL VEGETABLES, HERBS & NUTS FOR THE PRAIRIES Horticulture workshop. Glen at Crossmount, 2 p.m. See

NEWMAN SOUNDS FUNDRAISING SUPPER Includes a meal and performance by glee club members. Choices (St. Thomas More College), 4 p.m. See

TAMPON TUESDAY The United Way is collecting menstrual hygiene products for underprivileged girls and women. Hudsons Canada’s Pub, 5:30 p.m.

TREVOR HERRIOT Reading and slide show from the book Islands of Grass with photos by Branimir Gjetvaj. Frances Morrison Library, 7 p.m. See

SASKATOON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: MUSIC TALK Music director Eric Paetkau and executive director Mark Turner discuss the March 24 Master’s concert Tchaikovsky 6 which features 19-year old Canadian pianist Anastasia Rizikov. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

GC7K674: SPRING IS FINALLY HERE (HOPEFULLY) This free event offers an opportunity to learn about geocaching. Stonebridge at Snowy Village, 7:30–8:30 p.m.

Wednesday 21

SPIRIT WRESTLER Opening Night. See Ongoing.

COFFEE WITH YOUR COUNCILLOR Hosted by Bev Dubois (Ward 9). Saskatoon Market Mall, 9–11 a.m.

H.O.T. 4.16 Social gathering hosted by Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce with guest speakers Angela Jamieson and Cathy Edwards of VidaShield. Rock Creek, 5 p.m. See

PAPER TIGERS Screening of a film about a school which experiments with a new approach to student discipline. Freda Ahenakew Library, 6 p.m. See

WRITE ON WEDNESDAYS Weekly drop-in session for local writers. Presented in partnership with Saskatoon Writers’ Collective. Frances Morrison Library, Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. See

BOOK CLUB Tonight: Nadia Hashami When the Moon is Low. Alice Turner Library, 7 p.m. See

OMAR KHADR: OUT OF THE SHADOWS Documentary screening. Mayfair Library, 7 p.m. See

CLASSIC PUB TRIVIA Woods Alehouse, 8 p.m.

Thursday 22

WESTERN CANADIAN RINGETTE CHAMPIONSHIP This tournament features competition in U14, U16, U19 and 18+ Open A divisions. Multiple venues in Saskatoon and Warman, March 22–24. See

CANNABIS AND THE WORKPLACE This seminar will focus on legal and human resources issues. Hilton Garden Inn, 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Register at

THAILAND Travel presentation by Nurul Chowdhury. Mayfair Library, 2 p.m. See

SHAKEN WITH A TWIST Geared to female entrepreneurs, with guest speaker Donna Jubin from Bella Sante MD. Village Guitar & Amp, 5–7 p.m. See

HAMBURGER SOUP COOK-OFF This event is hosted by AKA Artist-Run Centre and CHEP Good Food Inc. Station 20 West, 5–7 p.m. Free admission, all ages.

AN EVENING WITH MICHELLE OBAMA Presentation by the former First Lady who, during her husband’s time in office, was active in promoting causes such as childhood fitness, veterans’ wellness, higher education and global efforts to give girls access to education. SaskTel Centre, 7 p.m. See

CHIARA SPARKS: JUST LIKE THE LOTUS Reading and signing for memoir about the author’s battle with epilepsy. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

MFA IN WRITING Simon Bohm leads a workshop “What is Horror?” Frances Morrison Library, 7 p.m. See

BOOK CLUB Tonight: Anne Tyler A Spool of White Thread. Round Prairie Library, 7 p.m. See

TRIVIA Tonight’s topic: Marvel vs. D.C. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

Friday 23

NSBA CLUB CONNECT Guest speaker Chad Eggerman discusses “Prairie Resilience: A Made-In-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy: How Will It Affect You?” Saskatoon Club, registration at 7:10 a.m. See

UNDER OUR FEET Two-day conference looking at soil health and weed management with a trade show and presentations. Hosted by Sask Organics. Saskatoon Inn, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. See

PURPLE DAY 2018 Includes presentations on changing perceptions around epilepsy. Royal University Hospital, 10 a.m.–Noon. Free.

GARDENSCAPE: BACKYARD LIFESTYLE SHOW Trade show and demonstrations tied to gardening and other types of backyard recreation. Prairieland Park, 11 a.m.–9 p.m.; March 24 9 a.m.–7 p.m.; March 25 10 a.m.–5 p.m. See

CINDERELLA Live performance inspired by the children’s fairy tale. Presented by Wide Open Children’s Theatre. The Refinery, 11 a.m., March 24 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. See

HUSKIE VOLLEYBALL CLUB: OPEN MEN’S TOURNAMENT Features competition in youth and adult divisions. University of Saskatchewan and Mount Royal Collegiate. March 23–25. See

PLACES OF WORSHIP IN SASKATOON (PT. I) Presentation by Carol Penner. Mayfair Library, 2 p.m. See

AN EVENING WITH MARY-ANN KIRBY Presentation by the author of I Am Hutterite and Secrets of a Hutterite Kitchen. German Cultural Centre, 7 p.m. Free admission.

THIRSTY MALLARD Fundraiser for Ducks Unlimited Canada with a dance, games and more. Saskatoon Wildlife Federation, 7 p.m. See

SASKATOON SOAPS: RETRO SASKATOON Live comedy and improv on the theme of Saskatoon being the Paris of the prairies. Broadway Theatre, 9:30 p.m.

LAUGH SHOP ON TOUR Stand-up comedy with Monty Scott and Danny Freedman. Ramada Hotel, 8:30 pm. See

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Lori Ferguson-Ford and Sam Walker. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

Saturday 24

SASKATCHEWAN CHEERLEADING PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS This cheerleading and dance event is hosted by Saskatchewan Cheerleading Association. TCU Place, 9 a.m.–9 p.m. See

THE PHENOMENON OF HEALING Screening of a film about the spiritual dimension in healing. McClure United Church, 10 a.m. Free.

PILL DRIVE This drop off for unused/expired medications is hosted by pharmacy students. Safeway Market Mall, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

NATIONAL THEATRE: HAMLET Broadcast of Shakespeare’s famous tragedy with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role. Scotiabank Theatre, 12:30 p.m. See

SASKATCHEWAN BOOK AWARDS: SHORTLIST READING #2 Features four authors (Alice Kuipers, Katherine Lawrence, Miriam Korner and Bernice Johnson-Laxdal) nominated for Best Children’s Book. McNally Robinson, 2 p.m. See

AN UNLICENSED HISTORY: PROHIBITION IN SASKATOON, 1882–1960 Presentation by city archivist Jeff O’Brien. Frances Morrison Library, 3 p.m. See

LIONS SPEED SKATING CLUB: 75TH ANNIVERSARY GALA Celebration of the well-known Saskatoon sports club. See

REVAMPED Opening reception for an art show using upcycled materials held to celebrate environmental activism. Includes live music and performance, a raffle and more. Alchemy Clothing (615 2nd Ave. N.), 7 p.m. Proceeds to support EGADZ.

SINGALONG SOUND OF MUSIC This interactive screening is led by BJ Harris from Joy of Vox. Broadway Theatre, 7 p.m. See


8 O’CLOCK JUMP Social dance hosted by Saskatoon Lindy Hop. Salle Seguin (414 1st Ave. N.), beginner lesson at 8 p.m., dance at 9 p.m. See

Sunday 25

THE ARTIST VOICE: HOW TO DRAW IT OUT AND LET IT LAND! Day-long workshop with Tamara Beatty (vocal coach on NBC’s The Voice). Hosted by SaskMusic, with a Women in Saskatchewan Music panel discussion on March 24. Register at

RETRO GAME & TOY FAIR Includes games, toys, comics, collectibles and records. Nutana Legion, Noon–5 p.m.

SUM THEATRE: THE LAST SUNDAY Free performance inspired by stories and events that made headlines this month. Meet at NE corner of Broadway and 11th St., 7:30 p.m. See

Monday 26

AUDIOBOOKS PRIMER Presentation by David Caron who is president of the Ontario Book Publishers Organization. Albert Community Centre, 9 a.m.–Noon. $30. 306-780-9808.

YXE TRANS VISIBILITY WEEK Opens with a flag-raising at City Hall at 11 a.m. with Jack Saddleback, Josh Bear, Krista Forsberg, Ryan Young and Mayor Charlie Clark. Other events include a lunch workshop on being an effective ally at OutSaskatoon (March 27, noon), and a lecture/performance by Vivek Shraya “Don’t hide your beauty, don’t hide your hairy” on March 29. See

EVERYWHERE, EVERY DAY INNOVATING: WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS & INNOVATION Guest presenters are Clare Beckton and Janice McDonald. 3:30–7 p.m. See

LISA SIDERIS: RELIGION, SCIENCE & WORLD MAKING This St. Thomas More College lecture includes a reception afterwards. STM140, 7 p.m. See

AGENTS OF CHANGE NETWORKING Hosted by Saskatoon Theatre Professionals. LB Distillers, 7 p.m. RSVP to

Tuesday 27

MEDITERRANEAN LANDSCAPING FOR THE PRAIRIES Horticulture presentation. Glen at Crossmount, 2 p.m. See

EVERYBODY’S BOOK CLUB Today: Khaled Hosseini And the Mountains Echoed. Frances Morrison Library, 2 p.m. See

CBQM Documentary screening about a radio station that operates above the Arctic Circle. Alice Turner Library, 2 p.m. See

STILL LIFE & DRAWING FIGURE SESSION Hosted by university visual arts students, but open to all. Room 190, Murray Building, 5–8 p.m. Free for student members, $5 otherwise.

TRIVIA Theme: Disney heroes vs. villains. Hudsons Saskatoon, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday 28

SASKATCHEWAN PRAIRIE CONSERVATION ACTION PLAN: WEBINAR Renny Grilz discusses “Enhancing Bird Habitat in a Semi-Urban Setting”. Noon. Register at

NSBA BUSINESS BUILDER AWARDS The theme for this annual salute to business excellence is Building Bridges to Success. Presented by Nutrien. Prairieland Park, 5 p.m. See

PAINT NITE Social evening of painting. Alice Turner Library, 6 p.m. See

HERITAGE LILIES Presentation by Brian Porter. Emmanuel Anglican Church, 7:30 p.m. See

CLASSIC PUB TRIVIA Woods Alehouse, 8 p.m.

Thursday 29


CITIES OF SERBIA Travel presentation by Rita Gillies. Mayfair Library, 2 p.m. See

CSIP RESEARCH FORUM Guest-speaker Ken Coates discusses “Northern Innovation: Science, Technology and the Effort to Improve Quality of Life in Northern Canada”. Prairie Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan, 3–4 p.m. See

CELEBRATING OUT OF OLD SASKATCHEWAN KITCHENS This event includes a traditional Saskatchewan meal plus a reading by Amy Jo Ehman from her recent book of prairie recipes. Prairie Ink Restaurant, 6 p.m. See or call 306-955-3579.

SASKATOON OPEN DOOR SOCIETY Screening of short films dealing with immigrant and Indigenous experiences. Broadway Theatre, 6:30 p.m. See

FAMILY LAW HELP Information session on legal issues related to divorce, child support and custody. Frances Morrison Library, 6:30 p.m. See

WRITE OUT LOUD: SPOKEN WORD SLAM This event is geared to teens. Presented in partnership with Tonight It’s Poetry. Frances Morrison Library, 7 p.m. See

WEST COAST SWING Beginner dance lesson Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., Intermediate 8:30 p.m., open dance 9 p.m. Toon Town Tavern. $2. See

TRIVIA Tonight’s topic: The Hobbit vs. Lord of the Rings. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

Friday 30

NATIVE MINOR HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS This weekend tournament features teams from across western Canada. Canlan Ice Sports: Jemini, March 30–April 1. See

CINDERELLA Live performance inspired by the children’s fairy tale. Presented by Wide Open Children’s Theatre. The Refinery, 7 p.m., March 31–April 2 at 11 a.m. See

DRAGGINS ROD & CUSTOM CAR SHOW Two-day car show. Prairieland Park, March 30–31, 10 a.m.–10 p.m. See

Saturday 31

THE MET: LIVE IN HD Broadcast of Mozart’s romantic comedy Così fan tutte set in 18th  century Naples. Scotiabank Theatre, 10:55 a.m. See

OLATE DOGS Live performance by a dog group who achieved prominence on America’s Got Talent. Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. See

Sunday 1

TONY COTE FIRST NATIONS WINTER GAMES This event features over 3000 athletes competing in a various winter sports at multiple Saskatoon venues. April 1–6. See


ONEGIN This original musical by Veda Hille and Amiel Gladstone is inspired a story by the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin and opera by Tchaikovsky about a Russian dandy in St. Petersburg who inherits a rural estate and must adjust to country life. Presented as part of Persephone Theatre’s Main Stage. Rawlco Radio Hall, March 21–April 8. See

SPIRIT WRESTLER Historical drama by Greg Nelson that focuses on an idealistic young Doukabor man who came to Canada from Russia in the late 1800s to escape persecution and seek a better life. Greystone Theatre, March 21–31, 8 p.m. See

BOOM This play by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb sees a marine biology student and journalism student hook-up for an evening of casual sex that spirals into an unexpected adventure. Presented by Fire In The Hole Productions as part of Live Five Independent Theatre’s season. The Refinery, performances March 15–17 at 8 p.m., March 18 at 2 p.m. See

WHERE IT HURTS This romantic comedy by Wendy Lockman sees a woman wrestle with feelings for a bartender she meets at a stagette to celebrate her impending marriage. Presented by Chasing Our Tales. BackStage Stage, March 15–17 at 8 p.m., March 18 2 p.m. See

A DAY AT THE JAVA SHOP & GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT Based on a real-life 1960s story, this play by Roger Cosgrove sees a small town turned upside down when two bank robbers arrive at the same time as Johnny Cash’s tour bus breaks down. Presented by Warman Scared Scriptless Players. Brian King Centre (Warman), March 16–18, supper at 6:30 p.m. with performance to follow. See

KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF CANADA: DOOR-TO-DOOR CAMPAIGN The Saskatoon branch is holding a fundraising drive from March 10–23. To volunteer as a canvasser or make a donation visit

HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT: DISCOVERING THE MÉTIS NATION Exhibition of artifacts and archival photographs exploring Métis culture and history. Round Prairie Library, until May 13. See

CANADIAN LIGHT SOURCE SYNCHROTRON Free public tour every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2:30 p.m. Advance booking required at or 306-657-3644.


Disney has bumped up the release of Avengers: Infinity War to April 27 from May 4 breaking the long tradition of a superhero movie opening on the first May weekend. The tradition started with Spider-Man in 2002, which coincided with the first Free Comic Book Day. In 2003, there was X2 (or X-Men 2, if you prefer) but then nothing until Spider-Man 3 (2007). After that, Marvel took over releasing Iron Man (2008), X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011), The Avengers (2012), Iron Man 3 (2013), Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017). Phew, that’s a lot of superhero movies. But this year, nada. /Shane Hnetka


Friday 16

I CAN ONLY IMAGINE You know what I can imagine? A movie that doesn’t suck. Unfortunately, this isn’t it. Instead, it’s some cheesefest about a guy who wrote a hokey “contemporary Christian” song.

LOVE, SIMON A closeted teenage boy considers coming out. Based on Becky Albertalli’s novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, which is a much better title.

TOMB RAIDER The popular video game gets a movie reboot with Alicia Vikander taking over from Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft. Video game movies have a long history of being terrible, but this doesn’t look too bad.

Friday 23

MIDNIGHT SUN Belle Thorne can’t go out into the sunlight. For some reason, she hides this from her new boyfriend in this remake of a 2006 Japanese film. Gee, I wonder if she also can’t get wet or be fed after midnight (ha-ha).

PACIFIC RIM 2 Sadly, Guillermo del Toro has nothing to do with this sequel to his 2013 fan favourite where giant robots fought kaiju monsters for the fate of the world. The trailer kind of reminds me of Power Rangers — and not in a good way. The worst part of all this is that Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs is also opening this weekend, but only in limited release that doesn’t include Saskatchewan. So yeah, sucks to be us.

PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST Having previously played Jesus in The Passion of the Christ (2004), Jim Caviezel settles for second billing as Luke in this Bibliopic about another top dawg in Jesus’ posse: Paul. Still, it does give him a chance to brush up on his New Testament acting skillz before returning to the role of the Saviour in a Passion sequel which is in pre-production.

SHERLOCK GNOMES Johnny Depp “stars” as Sherlock Gnomes, a gnome detective who is seeking answers to a raft of missing garden gnomes in this sequel to the box office dud Gnomeo and Juliet. Ugh!

UNSANE I thought Steven Soderbergh retired from filmmaking? I guess not, because he’s back with this thriller (shot on an iPhone 7 Plus, no less) that sees Claire Foy stalked by an ex-boyfriend. She ends up getting committed to a mental institution. Is Foy in serious trouble, or is it all in her head?

Friday 30

READY PLAYER ONE Steven Spielberg directs this big budget extravaganza based on Ernest Cline’s best-selling novel which I still haven’t read even though I bought it last year. It’s set in a dystopian future where, due to a bunch of dystopian factors, most people are dirt poor and live largely virtual lives in a game called OASIS (although with net neutrality gone, I doubt they could afford even that, but whatever). Our hero sets out to find an Easter egg in the game so he can inherit billions from the game’s creator and save humanity.

TYLER PERRY’S ACRIMONY Tyler Perry movies never play in Saskatchewan theatres. But in case this does, it’s about a loving wife (Taraji P. Henson) who seeks revenge against her husband after he jerks her around.

GOD’S NOT DEAD: A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS Oh right, because of a confluence of two astronomical events (the first Full Moon after the Vernal Equinox) this is Easter weekend, isn’t it?

Broadway Theatre

Thursday 15

7:00 TERRIFIER A double killer-clown bill starts off with this gorefest from director Damien Leone where young women are terrorized by a murderous silent clown.

9:00 KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE This 1988 cult classic has alien clowns invade Earth and try to capture people in cotton candy and drink their gooey goo.

Saturday 17

7:00 QUEST A documentary about a family’s struggle to survive in an impoverished Philadelphia neighbourhood where they run a music studio out their basement to build community. Encore screenings March 18, 26, 28 at 9 p.m., March 21 at 9:30 p.m., March 25, 27 at 7 p.m.

9:00 BEFORE WE VANISH The latest from Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa about three aliens who pose as humans while preparing for an invasion of Earth. Encore screenings March 18 at 7 p.m., March 20 at 9 p.m.

Monday 19

7:00 LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR Diane Keaton stars as a teacher who gets caught up in the dark undercurrents of 1970s singles bar culture. Presented by Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity, with a post-screening panel discussion.

Wednesday 21

7:00 COLONIZATION ROAD This Michelle St. John documentary with host Ryan McMahon examines the legacy of the Public Lands Act of 1853 which authorized land grants to European settlers in Ontario. Presented by Saskatchewan Intercultural Association.

Thursday 22

7:00 METRIC: DREAMS SO REAL A concert documentary about the Canadian band Metric on their 2016 tour.

Friday 23

7:00 MADAME Harvey Keitel and Toni Collette are a rich couple who, to avoid bad luck, ask their maid Rossy de Palma to pretend to be a wealthy lady so that they don’t have 13 people at their dinner party. Complications ensue when de Palma catches the eye of a wealthy British art dealer. Encore screenings March 25, 27, April 1, 3 at 9 p.m., March 26, 28, 30, April 2, 4 at 7 p.m., March 29 at 9:30 p.m.

Sunday 25

4:00 PLANET OF THE APES Celebrate the movie’s 50th anniversary by seeing it again on the big screen.

Friday 30

9:00 OUTSIDE IN Jay Duplass stars as an ex-con who forms a bond with his old school teacher (Edie Falco) after she helps him get out of prison — much to her husband’s chagrin. Encore screenings April 1, 3 at 7 p.m., April 2, 4 at 9 p.m.


March 16

NOSTALGIA Jon Hamm, Nick Offerman, Amber Tamblyn, Patton Oswalt, Catherine Keener, Ellen Burstyn, Bruce Dern, John Ortiz, and James LeGros star in this film about people dealing with loss and finding comfort in objects they accumulate in life.

March 23

THE BIG LEBOWSKI This brilliant Coen brothers classic is playing for one night only to celebrate its 20th anniversary.

THE PARTY This black comedy sees Kristin Scott Thomas hold a dinner party to celebrate her appointment in the government only to have her guests (which include Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz, Emily Mortimer, Cherry Jones, Cillian Murphy and Timothy Spall) spill dark secrets about each other.


Thursday 15

SEAN BURNS & LOST COUNTRY (album release) with Kory Istace at Capitol Music Club, show at 8 p.m. See

SMOKE WAGON at Buds on Broadway. See

Friday 16

THE DEARS with guests at Broadway Theatre, 8 p.m. See

SUZIE VINNICK (CD release) at the Bassment, 9 p.m. See

VON JUMBO with The Buzzardline and Kory Istace at Amigos Cantina. See

306 BLOCK PARTY featuring novice/professional hip hop and street dance competitors at Lakeview Church, March 16–17.

WILLIE, WAYLON & CASH: OUTLAWS & HIGHWAYMEN at Dakota Dunes Casino, show at 8 p.m. See

DJ CHRIS COLE at Capitol Music Club, music at 8 p.m. See

CQUEL (album fundraiser) with Kurlz, Fabric, Rare Breed and Reggie Tea at Black Cat Tavern. $12 advance, $15 door.

STANDARD TRIO at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

PRE- ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY at with Ray Richards at Finn’s Irish Pub, show starts at 5 p.m.

WILD T & THE SPIRIT with The Blue Mules at Buds on Broadway. See

RIDGE RYDER at Stan’s Place.

ROCK FOR DIMES (corporate battle of the bands with proceeds to March of Dimes Canada) at Piggy’s Pub, 8 p.m.

THE SCUDD FAMILY BAND at Nutana Legion, 8 p.m.

Saturday 17

ALL AGES JAM at Buds on Broadway, Saturdays 3–8 p.m. See

SATURDAY AFTERNOON JAM at Capitol Music Club, Saturdays 4–6:30 p.m.

WAKE with Adolyne, Man Meat and Dour at Amigos Cantina. See

ST PATRICK’S DAY with the Blakey Irish Dancers at 6 pm and Andino Suns at Capitol Music Club.

ALL DAY ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY at Finn’s Irish Pub, doors at 11 am, with a show by Ray Richards starting at 5 p.m.

ST PATRICK’S DAY with dinner and dance with Slightly Off Centre at Nutana Legion, dinner at 6 p.m.

ST PATRICK’S DAY BASH with Jamgo, NOTES and more at O’Brians Event Centre. See

ST PATRICK’S DAY with Ecila, SpaceMints and Dirty & The Perks at Black Cat Tavern.

CHARGER at Buds on Broadway. See

POT OF GOLDEN BEATS featuring Father Funk with Mr. Fudge, Jonny Love Drunk and S’Moore at Cosmo Senior Centre. 19+. $25 advance, $30 door.

HARRISON KING at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

LIVE ON 33RD ST with host Tony Kaye Trio and guest Ray Elliot at Dion’s Lounge, 9 p.m. RIDGE RYDER at Stan’s Place.

Sunday 18

NORTHERN LIGHTS BLUEGRASS & OLD TIME MUSIC BRUNCH at Bon Temps, Sundays from noon–2 p.m.

Monday 19

HEDLEY (Cageless Tour) with Shawn Hook and Neon Dreams at SaskTel Centre, 7 p.m. See

PENNYWISE with Strung Out at O’Brians Event Centre. See

Tuesday 20

JOHNNY REID & THE SOUL PROVIDERS with Glass Tiger at TCU Place, 7 p.m. See

BRIAN & THE PROMISES at Buds on Broadway. See

OPEN JAM at Capitol Music Club, 8 p.m.

Wednesday 21

JOHNNY REID & THE SOUL PROVIDERS with Glass Tiger at TCU Place, 7 p.m. See

REVEREND HORTON HEAT with Unknown Hinson and Igor & the Red Elvises at Capitol Music Club. See

FERNY TURNBULL at Buds on Broadway. See

COUNTRY OPEN MIC NIGHT with guest host at the Longbranch Saloon, Wednesdays at 9 p.m.

Thursday 22

PARAB POET & THE HIP HOP HIPPIES with The New Groovement at Capitol Music Club. See

ANNIE LOU at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

FERNY TURNBULL at Buds on Broadway. See

Friday 23

THE REAL MCKENZIES with Raygun Cowboys and The Great Shakin’ Fevers at Amigos Cantina. See

THE STEADIES & FRIENDS with Evan Rude & The Good News at Capitol Music Club. See

WOODHAWK with Lava Goat and Chronobot at Black Cat Tavern.

WANDA GRONHOVD at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

RUGGED LITTLE THING (album release) presented by Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Tyme Music Festival with Tyler Allen at the Underground Café, show at 8:30 p.m. $10.

HAUNTEDHOLY at Somewhere Else Bar and Grill.

SCMA SASKATCHEWAN SHOWCASE hosted by The Electric Cattle Company at Longbranch Saloon, 9:45 p.m.

URBAN EXPLOSION: REGGAETON EDITION with La Firma Santana and DJ Danny Castro at Twisted Tartan.

MOVE THE CROWD with DJ Nu-Mark (J5/LA), The Gaff and Mr Fudge at Melody Bar.

ROCK CANDY at Buds on Broadway. See

RED BLAZE at Stan’s Place.

Saturday 24

NF (Perception World Tour) at O’Brians Event Centre. See

MARCHA MARCHA MARCH NO. 3 featuring The Singles with Heidi Munro (vocals), Scott Patrick (guitar), Dan Canfield (keys), Kim Krivoshein (bass) and Brad King (drums) at Village Guitar & Amp, show at 9 p.m. See

KEVIN ROY & GREENBANK with Aryn El Hefe at Capitol Music Club. See

THE REAL MCKENZIES with Raygun Cowboys and The Great Shakin’ Fevers at Amigos Cantina. See

FACTOR CHANDELIER (Wisdom Teeth album release) with Kay The Aquanaut, Nolto, Crabstyle and Stone Cold Party Rockers at Amigos Cantina. See

GARNET FEHR at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

ROCK CANDY at Buds on Broadway. See

RED BLAZE at Stan’s Place.

TUNIC with Ancient Pig, Super Croup and Arson Cult at Black Cat Tavern.

TUPELO TRUCKSTOP at Nutana Legion, 8 p.m.

HAUNTEDHOLY at Somewhere Else Bar and Grill.

ILLIANO with Skyler, Biz Nico and Bravy Boyz at the Dogg House. 19+.

TRAVIS BLANCHARD with guest Courtney Clark at Bacchus Lounge.

Tuesday 27

ALVVAYS with Frankie Rose at Louis’, doors at 8:30 p.m.

OUGHT with Flasher at Amigos Cantina. See


Wednesday 28

PROTEST THE HERO (Fortress album 10th anniversary tour) with Closure in Moscow and Thank You Scientist at Louis’, doors at 7 p.m. 16+. See


THE FOREIGN RESORT with Waitress at Capitol Music Club. See

Thursday 29

UNION DUKE at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

SCREAMING AT TRAFFIC with Cookin With Grandma, Swayze and Mostly Wanted El Hefe at Black Cat Tavern.

FANCY DIAMONDS with Raeburn, Ava Wild and Brodie Moniker at Amigos Cantina. See

HOT ROD HULABALOO at Buds on Broadway. See

FELIX CARTAL with Flatland Funk at O’Brians Event Centre. See

Friday 30

LIGHTS with Dear Rouge and DCF at O’Brians Event Centre. See

DAYGLO ABORTIONS with Good Enough, Zelda BellaDonna, The Deadly Nightshades Good Enough and SRA at Black Cat Tavern, doors 9 p.m. $20.

DUB FX with Flatland Funk at Capitol Music Club. See

HARLEQUIN & LEE AARON at Dakota Dunes Casino, show at 8 p.m. See

COMMON DEER with guests at Amigos Cantina. See

DANGEROUS CHEESE at Buds on Broadway. See

DON ANAQUOD at Stan’s Place.

TURNTUP at Twisted Tartan.

Saturday 31

FRIGS with Chunder Buffet at Amigos Cantina. See

100TH MERIDIAN with The Black Eyed Creez at Capitol Music Club. See

LIVE ON 33RD ST with host Tony Kaye Trio and guest Ray Villebrun at Dion’s Lounge, 9 p.m.

WANNABE: THE SPICE GIRLS TRIBUTE BAND at O’Brians Event Centre, doors at 8 p.m. See

HUNG JURY at Buds on Broadway. See

LEWIS & SALKELD at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

DON ANAQUOD at Stan’s Place.

TRANSCEND with Farid, JADJ, Geosphere and more at Wisteria, 9 p.m.

Sunday 1

ROYAL THUNDER with Pinkish Black at Amigos Cantina. See

Jazz & Classical

Thursday 15

LYELL GUSTIN RECITAL SERIES featuring Nikki and Timothy Chooi (violin) with Philip Chiu (piano) performing a classical repertoire. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (436 Spadina Cres. E), performance at 7:30 pm, with a pre-concert talk at 6:45 p.m. See

MATTHEW PRAKSAS (student piano recital) at Convocation Hall, 8:30 p.m. Free admission.

JAZZ NIGHT with host Connor Newton at Melody Bar.

Friday 16


Saturday 17

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN WIND ORCHESTRA: LET THE TRUMPETS SOUND with guest artist Bobby Shew and music by Bourgeois, Harmon, Reed and Persichetti. Centennial Collegiate Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. $10, $5 students/seniors.

INEKE VANDOORN & MARC VAN VUGT at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

JESSICA ACKERLEY TRIO at Drift Sidewalk Cafe and Vista Lounge, 8 p.m. Free admission.

Monday 19

BRIANNA PENNER (student voice recital) with Bach, Schumann, Haydn, Debussy, Hahn and Loesser at Quance Theatre, 12:30 p.m.

Thursday 22

JAZZ NIGHT with host Connor Newton at Melody Bar.

Friday 23


Saturday 24

SASKATOON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: MASTER’S CONCERT This concert Tchaikovsky 6 features guests Anastasia Rizikov (piano) and Saskatoon Youth Orchestra, with works by Ichmouratov (Youth Overture), Saint-Saens (Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor) and Tchaikovsky (Symphony No. 6 in B Minor Op. 76). TCU Place, 7:30 p.m. See

DON GRIFFITH & STYLES MONTREUX at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

Sunday 25

SPRING CONCERT featuring The Greystone Singers and University Chorus at Knox United Church, 3 p.m. Adults $20, Students/Seniors $10.

Wednesday 28

VIDEO GAMES LIVE featuring a new multi-media program for 2018 of live symphonic music and video game images at TCU Place, 7:30 p.m. See

Thursday 29

JAZZ NIGHT with host Connor Newton at Melody Bar.


AKA Artist‑Run Centre

424 20th St. W. | 306-652-0044 |

BAMBITCHELL: SILENT CITIZEN Described as a participatory video and sound installation, this work was inspired by measures taken by the past federal Conservative government to vet immigrants and test their language skills. (Opening reception March 16 at 8 p.m., runs until April 21.)

Art Placement

228 3rd Ave. S. | 306-664-3385 |

UPON A FLOWER Group exhibition on a floral theme with work by Louise Cook, Reta Cowley, Dorothy Knowles, Joanne Lyons, Alicia Popoff and Laura St. Pierre. (Until March 29.)

DAWNA ROSE & BETSY ROSENWALD: OUR ENDURING DRAMA Exhibition of paintings and drawings by local artists. (Opening reception March 31 at 2 p.m., runs until May 10.)

College Art Gallery 1 & 2

MacKinnon Building | 306-966-4571 |

BRENDA FRANCIS PELKEY: A RETROSPECTIVE A former instructor at the University of Saskatchewan, Pelkey has practiced as a photographer for over four decades. This exhibition is curated by Catherine Mastin. (Until April 20.)

Darrell Bell Gallery

405-105 21st St. E. | 306-955-5701 |

SMALL WORLDS Group exhibition featuring work by Tod Emel, Cate Francis, Maia Stark, Michael Hosaluk and Alison Norlen. (Until March 24.)

The Eye Gallery

117-1132 College Dr. | 306-373-8825 |

KEN TICKNER Exhibition of photographs by Saskatoon artist. (Until April 30.)

Frances Morrison Gallery

311 23rd St. E. | 306-975-7579 |

AMY HOOD: IN ITS PLACE Exhibition of paintings which explore the gendered context of familiar household rituals. (Opening reception March 15 from 7–9 p.m., runs until April 12.)

Gallery On The Greens

2325 Preston Ave. | 306-374-2644 |

SASK TERRA: SETS Group exhibition by 13 ceramic artists on the theme of sets (Until March 31.)

Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Murray Building | 306-966-4208 |

BFA THESIS EXHIBITION Features work by Michael Douglas Lessmeister, Laura Coleen Hegel and Geoffrey Francis Vaz. (March 19–23.)

BFA THESIS EXHIBITION Features work by Catherine Todd-McCoy, Yonina Rae Rollack and Kristina Marie Clouthier. (March 26–30.)

Kenderdine Gallery

Agriculture Building | 306-664-3385 |

HERE + NOW Exhibition of contemporary Canadian visual art drawn from the University of Saskatchewan’s permanent collection. Curated by Leah Taylor. (Until April 15.)

Paved Art & New Media

424 20th St. W. | 306-652-5502 |

DUSTIN WILSON: JURIDICO-GEOMETRIC-LUDOCRACY: NULL BOUNDARY This exhibition is inspired by cosmological theory which proposes that regions of space may exist where laws of physics as we understand them are different. (Artist talk and reception March 16 at 7 p.m. Runs until April 21, with a workshop March 17 from 1–4 pm.)

ISOLATED LANDSCAPES Screening of videos by Thirza Cuthand, Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan, Heidi Phillips, Dominique Rey, Colleen Simard and Leslie Supnet. Presented by Video Pool Media Arts Centre and curated by Kathy Rae Huffman. (March 23, 7 pm.)

Remai Modern Art Gallery

102 Spadina Cres. E. | 306-975-7610 |

JIMMIE DURHAM: AT THE CENTER OF THE WORLD Durham has been active as an artist and activist in the United States for over four decades. Organized by the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, this is the first retrospective of his work. (Curatorial talk with Anne Ellegood March 25 at 2 p.m., runs until Aug. 12.)

OLIVER HUSSAIN: ROVING Using a mix of media, the Toronto artist seeks to create a cinematic experience for viewers. During this show five works will be screened in sequence: Purfled Promises (March 30–April 29), Moth Maze (May 1–27), Item Number (May 29–July 2), Were Here (July 3–Aug. 12) and Isla Santa Maria 3D (Aug. 17–Oct. 14).

ALEXINE MCLEOD Held as part of the RBC Emerging Artist series, this show sees the artist use found objects and digital projectors to create wall-based assemblages. (Until Aug. 12.)

THE BATTLE FOR ALGIERS Screening of Gillo Pontecorvo’s 1966 film about the liberation struggle against French colonial rule in Algiers. (March 16, 7 p.m.)

WHALE RIDER Screening of Niki Caro’s 2002 film about a Maori girl in New Zealand. (March 17, 1 pm.)

CREATIVE SPACE Drop-in art studio for all ages with materials linked to exhibitions. (Saturdays in Cameco Learning Studio, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.)

SCOTIABANK SOMETHING ON SUNDAYS Drop-in artmaking open to all ages with a new theme each week. (Sundays in Cameco Learning Studio, 1–4 p.m.)

SUNDAY TOURS The gallery offers a free drop-in tour with a program guide. (Sundays, 1 p.m.)

ASSEMBLAGE Open to adults, with all materials provided. (March 20, 7 p.m. $30. Register at 306-975-8031 or e-mail

ASSEMBLAGE Open to teens 14+, with all materials provided. (March 20, 7 p.m. $20. Register at 306-975-8031 or e-mail

Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

813 Broadway Ave. | 306-653-3616 |

MONIQUE MARTIN: PARAPH Multi-media exhibition that explores the disappearance of the hand-written letter as both a tool of communication and a treasured keepsake. (Opening reception March 23 from 7–9 p.m., runs until May 12.)

SCYAP Art Centre

253 3rd Ave. S. | 306-652-7760 |

ELIZABETH FREIRE & JIM SUKUT: RUNNING WATERS Exhibition of watercolour and acrylic paintings. (Opening reception March 16 at 7 p.m., runs until April 5.)

ART DROP-IN For all ages with supplies provided free. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30–9 p.m., and Saturdays from 1–6 p.m.

St. Thomas More Gallery

1435 College Dr. | 306-652-5310 |

KAREN PASK-THOMPSON: DISPLACED This exhibition of paintings critiques various political, economic and environmental forces that can disrupt the lives of people and animals. (Until March 23.)


Diefenbaker Canada Centre

306-966-8384 |

HOCKEY This touring exhibition is produced by the Canadian Museum of History. (Until April 22.)

HOCKEY: A COMMON GOAL This is a companion exhibit produced by the centre to accompany the main touring exhibit. (Until April 22.)

Children’s Discovery Museum

#116 2325 Preston Ave. | 306-683-2555 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Featured are displays in arts, crafts, construction, camping and veterinary medicine that promote play-based learning. Free admission March 25 from noon to 4 p.m. courtesy Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon.

Museum of Antiquities

MacKinnon Building | 306-966-7818 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Features replicas of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern sculpture, along with original pottery, glass and coinage.

HANDS-ON HISTORY SATURDAY CRAFTERNOONS This free drop-in program is geared to children 4–10. Today: Story is Legend of Naupaka (Hawaii), while the craft activity is Flower Lei Necklace. (March 24, 2–4 p.m.)

Museum of Natural Sciences

112 Science Place | 306-966-4399 |

PERMANENT EXHIBIT A joint effort of the Departments of Biology and Geological Sciences, this museum examines the evolution of life on Earth throughout geological time.

Ukrainian Museum of Canada

910 Spadina Cres. | 306-244-3800 |

ROMA NOWAKOWSKI: INSPIRED FOR LIFE Exhibition of paintings by Saskatoon visual artist. (Until April.)

BANDURA LESSONS There are classes for beginner (7–8 p.m.) and intermediate (8–9 p.m.) musicians. Instructors are Ivan Nahachewsky and Loran Chrusch. (Monday evenings at the museum from March 19–May 14.)

PYSANKA Adult workshop (16+) on March 17 at 10:30 a.m. Cost $25 for members, $30 otherwise. Family workshop (children 8–15 years with adult accompaniment) March 18 at 1:30 p.m. $15 per child. Register at 306-244-3800.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

R.R. #4, Penner Rd. | 306-931-6767 |

WHEN RAVEN BECAME SPIDER This exhibition features six contemporary Indigenous artists whose work blends traditional oral storytelling and modern pop culture influences. Curated by Leena Minifie, with contributions from Joi T. Arcand, Sonny Assu, Julianne Beaudin-Herney, Shaun Beyale, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Jeffrey Veregge. (Until March 31.)

WE THE NORTH: CONTEMPORARY INUIT ART This exhibition is presented in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan, and explores the evolving practice of some Inuit artists and filmmakers who are working with new media and subject matter. (Until March 31.)

RUTH CUTHAND: ARTIST IN RESIDENCE The artist will facilitate three drop-in programs for older youth and adults: Pop Up Art (March 21 and 28), Beadhive (March 27). The programs run 1–4 p.m., and are free.

KIDS DAY CAMP The camp runs 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m., and includes a variety of indoor and outdoor activities related to Indigenous culture and history. (April 2–6. Register at or call 306-931-6767.)

Western Development Museum

2610 Lorne Ave. | 306-931-1910 |

PERMANENT EXHIBITS One of four provincial museums commemorating settler culture in Saskatchewan, this museum includes displays related to transportation, agriculture and more.

INSECTS, FLOWERS AND FOOD Organized by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, this travelling exhibit examines the evolution of pollination and the role insects and plants play in sustaining each other. (Until May 22.)