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Thursday 15

COUNTRY FARMS MARKETPLACE Market and tea room. Confederation Mall, Thursday through Saturday, 10 am–4 pm. See

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

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

SHAKEN WITH A TWIST Social gathering of female entrepreneurs with a presentation by Rauncie Kinnaird of Sandy Shores Resort and Kinnaird Bagpipes. Village Guitar & Amp, 5–7 pm. See

SASKATCHEWAN EQUINE EXPO Features an equine-related trade show, presentations and competitions. Prairieland Park, Feb. 15–17. See

SUSTAINABILITY SLAM: A VALENTINE FOR EARTH This event includes music, spoken word, visual art and more related to environmental sustainability. Hosted by Grad Students Association. GSA Commons, 6 pm. See

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

MOHYLA LECTURE Serhy Yekelchuk discusses “One Hundred Years of Modern Ukrainian Statehood”. St. Thomas More College Library, 7 pm.

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: Love & Hate. Mana Bar, 7 pm.

BOB BORS: COLEUS BREEDING Billed as an evening of horticulture entertainment, with partial proceeds to Cheshire Homes of Saskatoon. Glen at Crossmount, 7 pm. $20. See

BARRY GAY: BALANCED TRAINING: OBEDIENCE FOR DOGS AND OWNERS Reading and signing. McNally Robinson, 7 pm. See

LEADERSHIP 2018 This debate features NDP leadership candidates Trent Wotherspoon and Ryan Meili. TCU Place, 7 pm. See

CAMPUS COMEDY Stand-up open mic hosted by the Williamson brothers. Louis Pub, sign-up at 7:30 pm, show at 8:30 pm. $5 cover for non-performers.

HUSKIES VS WINNIPEG The Huskies finished second in Canada West women’s basketball, and will host the Wesmen in a best of three playoff from Feb. 15–17. Should they win that series, the Huskies will host a best of three semi-final Feb. 22–25. Physical Activity Complex. See for details.

ASKATUNE Musical trivia. Woods Ale House, 8 pm.

Friday 16

SASKATCHEWAN BOOK AWARDS: SHORTLIST ANNOUNCEMENT Learn who the finalists are for the 2018 SBAs which will be held in Regina on April 28. Hosted by poet Elizabeth Phillips. Frances Morrison Library, noon. See

CHAMBER BUSINESS LUNCH Guest speaker Dominic Barton discusses “The Canadian Growth Agenda Perspective”. Delta Bessborough, registration at 11:30 am. See

CYCLING LUBERON PARK IN PROVENCE, FRANCE Travel presentation by Blair McCann. Frances Morrison Library, 2 pm. See

AIDER NOUS A AIDER FUNDRAISER Steak night hosted by local representatives of this organization which empowers people living in marginalized circumstances in Senegal and Morocco. Sutherland Bar, cocktails at 6 pm, dinner at 7 pm., followed by music by Circle Drive. $20. Call 639-317-7486 for tickets. See

CANADIAN COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS: AUDITIONS Pure Energy Dance Studio, 5:30 pm. Register at

RAM MOTORSPORTS SPECTACULAR Includes monster truck and motocross demonstrations. SaskTel Centre, 7 pm, Feb. 17 at 1 and 7 pm. See

DEATH BY CHOCOLATE This benefit includes burlesque, yoga, singer Joule Tallman and a chocolate buffet. Proceeds support the Oltumo Maasai Project in Africa and Saskatoon Unitarians. Unitarian Centre, 8–10 pm. $35. See

MISS DIVAS 2018 This weekend event includes a pageant to pick a successor to Kiki Roquette as Miss Gay Saskatoon. It ends with a gala drag performance on Sunday at 10:30 pm. Diva’s Nightclub, Feb. 16–18.

Saturday 17

SASKATOON FARMERS’ MARKET 19th St & Ave B, Saturdays and Sundays from 8 am–2 pm, and Wednesdays from 10 am–3 pm. See

NUTANA LIONS FLEA MARKET Prairieland Park, 9 am–5 pm. Adults $5, children 12 and under $1, preschoolers free.

CROKICURL TURNASPIEL This two-day spiel is open to teams of 2–4 players and features 15 minute games. Entry fee is $20 per team, and there will be other on-site activities. Feb. 17, 10 am–11 pm, Feb. 18 noon–6 pm. See or call 306-664-6463.

VERY MERRY MUNSCH Live performance inspired by the stories of children’s author Robert Munsch. Presented by Wide Open Children’s Theatre. The Refinery, 11 am, Feb. 18 11 am and 2 pm, Feb. 19 11 am. See

ART REACH: MINI ABSTRACT ART Drop-in art-making hosted by Remai Modern. Frances Morrison Library, 11 am–1 pm. See

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

ELAINE M. WILL: LOOK STRAIGHT AHEAD & DUST SHIP GLORY Signing for two graphic novels. McNally Robinson, 1 pm. See

TEN MINUTE PLAY WRITING WORKSHOP This free workshop is led by Yvette Nolan. Hosted by Sum Theatre. The Refinery, 1–5 pm. Pre-register at

ABORIGINAL YOUTH CHALLENGE GALA Features a meal, live entertainment, trade show and opportunity for young Indigenous entrepreneurs to pitch business ideas. Hosted by Enactus University of Saskatchewan. Dakota Dunes Casino, 5 pm. See

UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY Free public viewing Saturdays from 7–9:30 pm. Campus Drive southwest. See

Sunday 18

SASKATOON NORDIC SKI CLUB: EB’S TRAIL DAY Family-friendly day of cross-country skiing with a wiener roast and hot chocolate. Duck Lake area, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. See

WINTER FAMILY CARNIVAL Includes a mix of indoor and outdoor activities for parents and children. German Cultural Centre, Feb. 18–19, 11 am–4 pm. Day and weekend passes available. Tickets at 306-244-6869 ext 203.

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

Monday 19

CAMECO FAMILY DAY SKATING PARTY Includes skating and other winter fun, along with hot beverages. Meewasin Skating Rink, Noon to 4 pm.

STANDUP COMEDY NIGHT The MC is Dani Albert with comics Derek Yee, Dustin Williamson and Jenny Ryan. Vangelis Tavern, 8 pm.

Tuesday 20

KRISTI FRIDAY: PUPPET SHOW Child-friendly show presented by Wide Open Theatre. McNally Robinson, 1:30 pm. There’s also a Board Game Day on Feb. 22 from 9 am–5 pm, and a Superhero Party Feb. 23 from 1:30–2:30 pm. See

LAKERS, LOCKS & LORE Presentation by Blair McCann on a trip he took aboard a freighter from Thunder Bay to Quebec City. Alice Turner Library, 2 pm. See

BEGINNERS IMPROV WORKSHOP This six-week workshop is hosted by Saskatoon Soaps. The Refinery, Tuesdays until March 27 from 7–9 pm. Register 306-653-3549.

WINTER FESTIVAL OF COMEDIC ARTS Stand-up with Mike Dambra and Tony Inappropriate. Buds on Broadway, 7–9 pm.

Wednesday 21

BREAKFAST WITH THE BLADES Child-friendly gathering to meet the hockey team and promote literacy as part of I Love to Read Month. Prairie Ink Restaurant (McNally Robinson), 9:30 am. $10. RSVP to 306-955-3579.

ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN: NEXT STEP FOR FAMILIES This program provides an overview for people diagnosed with dementia and their caregivers. 6–9 pm. Register at 306-683-6322.

H.O.T. 4.16 Social gathering hosted by Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce with guest speaker Colin Farnan discussing “Good Access is Good Business”. Rock Creek, 5 pm. See

WEDNESDAY NIGHT FILM Screening of My Only Daughter: Karina Beth Ann Wolfe about Carol Wolfe’s search for her daughter who disappeared in Saskatoon in 2010 and was later found murdered. Freda Ahenakew Library, 6 pm. 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 pm. See

BOOK CLUB Tonight’s book: Carol Daniels Bearskin Diary. Alice Turner Library, 7 pm. See

LADY BITS OPEN MIC COMEDY Live stand-up, sketch and improv comedy with female performers. O’Brians Event Centre. See

CLASSIC PUB TRIVIA Tonight: Simpsons theme. Woods Alehouse, 8 pm.

Thursday 22

MUNICIPAL HERITAGE FORUM This forum is held at part of Heritage Week. Western Development Museum, 9:30 am–4:15 pm. See

MADRID Screening of a travel documentary about Madrid, Segovia and Toledo. Mayfair Library, 2 pm. See

SNOWY CABIN ESCAPE ROOM This puzzle-based adventure is open to individuals and teams of up to six. Carlyle King Library, sessions at 6, 7 and 8 pm. Register at

BOOK CLUB Tonight’s book: Richard Van Camp The Lesser Blessed. Round Prairie Library, 7 pm. See

WRITE OUT LOUD Spoke word slam for young writers. Presented with Tonight It’s Poetry. Frances Morrison Library, 7 pm. See

YANA SUPPORT GROUP Gathering for individuals and couples experiencing fertility challenges. The Refinery, 7 p.m. E-mail for meeting details.

WINTER FESTIVAL OF THE COMEDIC ARTS Stand-up with Joel Jeffrey and Kevin Andrusyshyn. Buds on Broadway, 7–9 pm.

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: Japanese animation producer Studio Ghibli. Mana Bar, 7 pm.

HISTORY OF BURLESQUE Opportunity to learn about the rich history of burlesque. Free Flow Dance Centre (224 25th St. W.), 8 pm. $10.

Friday 23

LIFE AFTER HOCKEY Opening Night. See Ongoing.

NSBA CLUB CONNECT Guest speaker Prabha Mitchell, CEO of Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, discusses “Closing the Economic Gender Gap”. Saskatoon Club, registration at 7:10 a.m. See

CANADIAN YOUNG FARMERS’ FORUM This national conference is hosted by Saskatchewan Young Ag Entrepreneurs. Sheraton Cavalier, Feb. 23–25. See

KATHERINE LAWRENCE: FIELD NOTES Reading by the SPL’s writer-in-residence from new and previously published work. Frances Morrison Library, 2 pm. See

THE LAUGHTRACK There are both dinner and show options with comedy by Wulfgang, Ben Bauce, Otis Wilson and Fabian Dray. Sutherland Bar, 6 pm. $20 advance, $25 door.

RESERVE 107: RECONCILIATION ON THE PRAIRIES Documentary screening co-hosted by Yorkton Film Festival and Heritage Saskatchewan. Westminster United Church, 7 pm.

BLADES VS REGINA PATS WHL hockey. SaskTel Centre, 7 pm. See

LAUGH SHOP ON TOUR Stand-up comedy with Matthew Murray and Ben Bauce. Ramada Hotel, 8:30 pm. See

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Ryan Clark and The Clown Crackerz. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

THE RAG AND BONE SHOP OF THE HEART This workshop with Dwayne Brenna on how to find your voice as a writer is on March 3 at Albert Community Centre. But registration deadline is Feb. 23. Hosted by Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild. See

HUSKIES VS T.B.A. The Huskies finished second in Canada West men’s hockey and will host a best of three semi-final this weekend against an opponent to be determined. Rutherford Rink, Feb. 23–25. See details.

Saturday 24

PAW PATROL: RACE TO THE RESCUE Live performance of the popular children’s TV show. TCU Place, Feb. 24–25, 10 am and 2 pm. See

JAILBREAK 4 ON 4 LACROSSE This tournament is sponsored by Al Anderson’s Sports, with proceeds to SWAT Lacrosse. Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre, Feb. 24–25. E-mail for more information.

THE MET: LIVE IN HD Broadcast of Puccini’s La Boheme about the tragic love affair between a poet and seamstress in Paris in the 1830s. Scotiabank Theatre, 11:30 am. See

FAMILY FUN DAY Includes family activities, plus an opportunity to learn about local organizations that offer programming in Saskatoon. Hosted by Saskatoon West MP Sherri Benson. Cosmo Civic Centre, 1–4 pm. Free admission. 306-975-6555.

WRITING A NOVEL-IN-VERSE Workshop by SPL writer-in-residence Katherine Lawrence. J.S. Wood Library, 2–4 pm. Register at

CANADA(2): WORLD SERIES OF BEER PONG This event is a qualifier for the world championships in Las Vegas. Ramada Hotel, 2–10 pm.

COLDEST NIGHT OF THE YEAR Family-friendly walk through Saskatoon’s inner city with warm-up stops along the route to raise funds for the Bridge Fellowship Centre to assist underprivileged people in Saskatoon. Registration begins at 4 pm. See

MIKEY BUSTOS: I WEAR SPEEDOS CANADA TOUR Live musical comedy by Filipino Canadian performer. Confederation Inn, 6:30 p.m. Text for tickets at 306-222-5283.


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

Sunday 25

NATIONAL THEATRE: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Broadcast of Tennessee William’s drama about a dysfunctional family on a Mississippi plantation. Stars Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell. Scotiabank Theatre, 12:30 pm. See

BLADES VS MOOSE JAW WARRIORS WHL hockey. SaskTel Centre, 2 pm. See

SASK REPTILE RESCUE FACILITY FUNDRAISER This family-friendly event includes games, a raffle and dinner, with proceeds to financing a rescue facility. Ramada Hotel, 3–7 pm. Adults $20, kids under 12 $10. See

SUM THEATRE: THE LAST SUNDAY Inspired by stories and events that made headlines this month, Sum Theatre presents a free performance. Meet at NE corner of Broadway and 11th St., 7:30 pm. See

Monday 26

SENIORS’ WRITING WORKSHOP This workshop is led by SPL writer-in-residence Katherine Lawrence and is open to new and experienced writers. Frances Morrison Library, 1:30–3:30 pm. Register at

WUNUSWEH LECTURE IN ABORIGINAL LAW Guest-speaker Marilyn Poitras “Shape Shifting: Making Space for Indigenous Process Within the Politics of Canada”. Gordon Oakes Red Bear Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 7 pm. See

WE WERE ALWAYS HUNGRY  Free public talk by Dr. Ian Mosby on how residential school diets shaped diabetes in Indigenous Canadians. Station 20 West, 7pm.

Tuesday 27


BIRTH OF A FAMILY Screening of a documentary by Tasha Hubbard. Alice Turner Library, 2 pm. See

EVERYBODY’S BOOK CLUB Today: Elin Hilderbrand Winter Storm. France Morrison Library, 2 pm. See

PLANT BREEDING TECHNIQUES Horticulture workshop. Glen at Crossmount, 2 pm. See

BOWL FOR KIDS SAKE Evening of recreational bowling hosted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon & Area. Eastview Lanes, 6–8 pm. See

TROUGH TALK Mika Asai-Coakwell discusses “Ethical Issues of CRISPR-cas9 Genome Editing”. Louis’ Loft, 7 pm. See

WE WERE ALWAYS HUNGRY  Free public talk by Dr. Ian Mosby on how residential school diets shaped diabetes in Indigenous Canadians.  Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 12:30 pm.

Wednesday 28

MOVE N SOAR Program of movement and music geared to children 2 to 4. Presented by Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra. 2325 Preston Ave. S, 9:30 and 11 am. See

CHAMBER BUSINESS LUNCHEON Guest-presenters are the NDP leadership candidates Ryan Meili and Trent Wotherspoon. Hosted by Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce. Radison Hotel, registration at 11:30 am. See

STILL LIFE & DRAWING FIGURE SESSION This bi-monthly event is free for VASU members, $5 for drop-in artists. Murray 190, 5–8 pm.

CAMPUS FEUD: SEXY EDITION Fun, game show-style approach to sex education. Arts202, 6–8 pm. Contact for more information.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT FILM Screening of Hidden Legacies which examines the intergenerational impacts of residential schools. Freda Ahenakew Library, 6 pm. See

TENNILLE CAMPBELL: AUTHOR READING Campbell is from English River First Nation, and this event is presented as part of Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month. Frances Morrison Library, 7 pm. See

INSPIRED GREEN SUSTAINABILITY, SPIRITUALITY & FAITH LIVING IN SASKATCHEWAN This two-day event includes films, panel discussions and workshops. STM 101, Feb. 28 at 7 pm, March 1 5–9:30 pm. See

INDIGENOUS SELF-GOVERNANCE This panel will be followed by a Q&A. Gordon Oakes Red-Bear Centre, 6 pm.

JAPANESE GARDEN DESIGN Presentation by Janet Wanner. Emmanuel Anglican Church (607 Dufferin), 7:30 pm. See

CLASSIC PUB TRIVIA Woods Alehouse, 8 pm.

Thursday 1

PLANET S: NEW ISSUE DAY Look for a feature on exoplanet research, along Rider Fan Forum where we’ll recap all the off-season and free agent developments.

MARCH-MELLOW TREAT Child-friendly sing-a-long concert with Sylvia Chave. The Refinery, 10:30 am and 1 pm. $8 advance, $10 door, children under two free. See

EGYPT TO ISRAEL Screening of a travel documentary. Mayfair Library, 2 pm. See

CSIP RESEARCH FORUM Margaret Hurlbert “Innovating the Wicked Policy Problem of Climate Change”. Canada Room, Diefenbaker Building, University of Saskatchewan, 3–4 pm. See

SHAKER FULL OF WISHES Benefit to support children facing medical challenges featuring a ballroom transformed into a fire and ice theme and unique martinis. Delta Bessborough, 7 pm. $60. 306-850-9474.


TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: the speculative fiction franchise Final Fantasy. Mana Bar, 7 pm.

REVEEN: THE SUPERCONCIOUS EXPERIENCE Live performance by famed illusionist. Broadway Theatre, 7:30 pm. See

CAMPUS COMEDY Stand-up open mic hosted by the Williamson brothers. Louis Pub, sign-up at 7:30 pm, show at 8:30 pm. $5 cover for non-performers.

Friday 2

SASKATCHEWAN ABORIGINAL INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP Features competition in pee-wee, bantam, midget youth and open categories. Saskatoon Field House, March 2–3. See

SCHOOL GARDEN SUMMIT This two-day event examines strategies to incorporate gardening, agriculture and food literacy into education. Hosted by Agriculture in the Classroom and Little Green Thumbs. Elim Church (419 Slimmon Rd.), March 2–3. See

PADDY TUTTY: PRAIRIE DRUID MUSIC Presentation on this ancient cultural tradition. Frances Morrison Library, 2 pm. See

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


SNOWED IN COMEDY TOUR Stand-up extravaganza with comics Dan Quinn, Damonde Tschritter, Paul Myrehaug and Pete Zedlacher. Broadway Theatre, 7:30 pm. See

SASKATOON SPORTS & LEISURE SHOW Trade show for people interested in outdoor sports and recreation activities, with product displays and demonstrations. Sponsored by the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation. Prairieland Park, March 2 from 2–9 pm, March 3 10 am–9 pm, March 4 10 am–4 pm. See

SEXHIBITION DRAG SHOW This event has an extraterrestrial theme. Hosted by USSU Pride Centre and OUTSaskatoon. Louis’ Pub, 8 pm. 19+.

CLASSIC DANCE CLUB: BALLROOM & LATIN DANCING Informal lesson at 7:30 pm, with dancing from 8:30 pm to midnight. Royal Canadian Legion (606 Spadina Cres. W.) See

Saturday 3

HOPE RESTORED CANADA SUMMIT One-day gathering to addresses the problem of sex trafficking. Rawlco Radio Hall, 9:30 am. See

VASU’S DRAWING MARATHON This fundraiser will help cover costs for students’ bi-weekly drawing sessions. Includes live models, still life, refreshments and prizes. Minimum pledge is $20. E-mail for details.

MID WINTER CRAFT SHOW Features local vendors. German Cultural Centre, March 3–4, 10 am–4 pm.

CROSSMOUNT PRINCESS BALL Includes performers in the roles of fairy tale princesses and princes, crafts, child-friendly buffet and dance. For children 12 and under and parents/guardians. Glen at Crossmount, 4–8 p.m. Proceeds support Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation Saskatchewan Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. See


ROMANCING THE VINE Charity wine testing event with appetizers and music by The Gong Show. Ens Toyota, doors at 7:45 pm. Proceeds support Synergy Community Builders. See

Sunday 4

BRAINSPORT BRAINFREEZE Road race in five, 10 and half-marathon distances to support the Huskies cross-country team. 616 10th St. E., 10 am. See

BOLSHOI BALLET IN CINEMA: THE FLAMES OF PARIS Broadcast of a ballet set during the French Revolution. Scotiabank Theatre, 12:55 pm. See

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


GABRIEL DUMONT’S WILD WEST SHOW This world premiere is co-presented with Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre and La Troupe du Jour, and is inspired by the life of bison hunter Gabriel Dumont who joined Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show after Louis Riel’s execution in 1885. This is a multilingual French, English, Michif and Cree production, with translation available. Presented by Persephone Theatre. Rawlco Radio Hall, runs Feb. 27–March 4. See

LIFE AFTER HOCKEY This remount of a 1998 Dancing Sky Theatre production sees a man struggle to reconcile his boyhood love of hockey with his life as an adult with a job and family. There are both meal/performance and performance options. Meachem, runs Feb. 23 to March 11. See

THE BEAUX’ STRATEGEM  Set in the 18th century English countryside, this comedy sees two fortune-hungry rogues scheme to attract the attention of wealthy women. Greystone Theatre, until Feb. 17, 8 pm See

THE LONG WEEKEND This Norm Foster comedy sees to two couples confront various truths and falsehoods while spending a weekend together. Presented by Mini-Fridge Theatre. German Cultural Centre, Feb. 15–17, with dinner at 6 pm and show at 7:30 pm. Tickets $50 plus tax. Call 306-244-6869 ext 203.

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

LOCAL INSPIRATIONS GALLERY Featured is an exhibition by photographer Kelly Pankratz. Runs until Feb. 28, with the artist in-store on Feb. 15. London Drugs (134 Primrose Dr.). See\photolab.

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

CAMECO MEEWASIN SKATING RINK The rink is now open for public skating in Kiwanis Memorial Park. See

WINTER GEOCACHING GAME This tenth annual event, which involves using GPS to locate special outdoor caches, is hosted by Saskatoon and Area Geocaching Association. It runs until Feb. 28. See

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY SHOP Books, DVDs, CDs, and magazines for all ages that have been withdrawn from circulation are available for bargain prices. Frances Morrison Library, open Wednesday to Saturday 11 am–2 pm. Proceeds go to non-budgetary library projects.



Our sister magazine in Regina, Prairie Dog, celebrates its 25th anniversary this issue. It’s awesome that indie mags like ours have hung on while so many other print publications have closed. If it wasn’t for them, I never would’ve had a chance to blurb all the talking chipmunk movies I’ve done over the years. So thanks a lot everyone, I really appreciate your efforts to keep us in business. /Shane Hnetka


Friday 16

BLACK PANTHER The next film in Marvel’s cinematic universe is set in the hidden African country of Wakanda, and sees its newly crowned king T’Challa (a.k.a. Black Panther) defend his throne against a long-time rival with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. It looks pretty damn good, and it’s getting awesome early reviews with a 100 per cent Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Although I’m sure that will drop — in fact, five bucks says Armond White will hate it.

EARLY MAN Aardman Studios is back with their latest stop motion animated film. This time director Nick Park (Wallace & Gromit) has a tale about cave men squaring off against Bronze Age humans who want to push them out of their valley home. Critics have praised the movie, but stop motion typically doesn’t draw audiences like CGI does.

SAMSON Oh goody, another crappy looking action film based on the story of Samson and Delilah. Where are Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr when you need them? Okay, they’re both dead. But you get my point.

Friday 23

ANNIHILATION Director Alex Garland’s follow up to Ex Machina is this adaptation of a Jeff VanderMeer novel. Natalie Portman heads into a weird environmental disaster zone to seek a cure for her solider husband who’d gone into the zone earlier and emerged with a bunch of dead comrades and a mysterious infection. Looks awesome!

EVERY DAY This adaptation of the popular young adult novel follows an entity known as A who “jumps” into a new person every day. A ends up falling for the girlfriend (Angourie Rice) of one of the jumpees, and tries to form a relationship with her while in other people’s bodies. So yeah, pretty much your standard teen romantic drama.

GAME NIGHT This comedy sees Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman head to a friend’s for a murder mystery game night that turns ugly. Directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein wrote the solid Spider-Man: Homecoming, but also wrote and directed the putrid 2015 National Lampoon Vacation reboot. So who knows what this will be like?


Broadway Theatre

Thursday 15

7:00 CANNES LION INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CREATIVITY Annual showcase of the best commercials in the world. Encore screenings Feb. 17, 19, 21, 25, 28 at 9 pm, Feb. 18, 20, 22 at 7 pm.

9:00 ENTANGLEMENT Directed by Canadian Jason James, this romantic drama sees Thomas Middleditch and Jess Weixler explore their feelings for each other in a world made loopy by quantum entanglement. Encore screenings Feb. 18, 20, 22 at 9 pm, Feb. 19, 21 at 7 pm.

Saturday 17

7:00 THE TIPPING POINT Shot in Saskatoon last summer, this romantic comedy sees a young man, with the help of a new female friend, try to find his way in the adult world.

Friday 23

7:00 MOM AND DAD Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair are a husband and wife who are infected with a rage virus that causes them to go berserk and try and kill their kids. Presented by Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival.

Tuesday 27

7:00 LAST CHANCE This 2012 documentary by Paul-Émile d’Entremont about five LGBTQ people who seek asylum in Canada to avoid persecution in their homelands is presented by Just Rights.

9:00 PORCUPINE LAKE A coming of age story about two girls who become friends and more in a small Northern Ontario community. Encore screening Feb. 28 at 7 pm.


February 16

IN THE FADE Diane Kruger stars as a distraught widow whose husband and young son die in an explosion. When the suspected neo-Nazis get off Kruger takes things into her own hands. Winner of Best Foreign Film at the Golden Globes.

February 23

A FANTASTIC WOMAN Nominated for Best Foreign Film at the 2018 Academy Awards, this Chilean drama follows a young trans woman who is trying to deal with the fallout from an older lover’s sudden death and the distrust of his family.


Thursday 15

SEBELL (FOMY TOUR) with Sara Diamond, Francois Klark and Alex Bent & The Emptiness at Capitol Music Club. See

BETTER THAN NOTHING at Buds on Broadway. See

SHANE HOWARD at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

AGRO NIGHT with DJ Mark Sugar at the Twisted Tartan, Thursdays at 9 pm. 19+.

Friday 16

PIGS (Canada’s Most Authentic Pink Floyd Tribute) at the Broadway Theatre, 7:30 pm. See and

MUSIC OF HOPE with host Cal “Crazy Legs” Arcand and guests Country Rock Company, Blackrain, Black Eyed Creez, Midnight Luv, Lost Angels, Leonard Adam & Sons, Dogz of Poker, Kelly Atcheynum, Greg Edmonds, Fred Mitchell and Clint & Riley Dutiume at O’Brians Event Centre, doors at 7 pm. All ages. Proceeds to support an Indigenous woman with a cancer diagnosis. $20 advance. $25 door.

CABARET NIGHT: FIRST NATIONS TALENT SHOWCASE with Black Rain, Chris Barker Band and Dee Erin Band at Dakota Dunes Casino, show at 7:30 pm. See

LESLIE DANCEY (EP release Story to Tell) with Purdy Birds at Capitol Music Club. See

CARTER & THE CAPITALS with The Great Fuss and Dirty & the Perks at Amigos Cantina. See

THE RESIDUALS at the Bassment, 9 pm. See

WONDERLAND at Buds on Broadway. See

BEARS IN HAZENMORE with Taylor Jade and Too Soon Monsoon at Vangelis Tavern.

FAIR TRADE VALENTINE’S BASH presented by Fair Trade Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation with Vesti Hanson and The Vexations Unplugged and fair-trade certified wine and other refreshments from Chef Jenni at The Refinery, 8–11 pm. Suggested donation $20.

VALENTINE’S PARTY with Lisa Moen and Tyler Lewis at Longbranch Saloon. $5.

RIVERS EDGE at Stan’s Place.

JON BAILEY at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

Saturday 17

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

SATURDAY AFTERNOON JAM at Capitol Music Club, 4–6:30 pm.

GILLIAN SINGS JONI (Joni Mitchell tribute) at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

RIPPER TRAIN at Buds on Broadway. See

HARDCORE HOLOCAUST 2 with Goathammer, GoodEnough, Lutheran and Dour at Vangelis Tavern.

CHRONOBOT with Basement Paintings and Cloven Hand at Amigos Cantina. See

LADIES NIGHT DANCE PARTY with DJ Market Mall at Capitol Music Club, music at 10 pm. $5. See

33RD ST. LIVE with Tony Kaye Trio and Mitch Diagneault at Dion’s Lounge (204 33rd St. W.).

MIKE SIMON with Erin Foreman at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

VANIC presented by VIBE Music Festival with Jamgo, Notes and DJ Bobby Tables at Twisted Tartan Pub, show at 9 pm.

RIVERS EDGE at Stan’s Place.

HARRY STARTUP at Nutana Legion, 8 pm.

BROOKE CHERRY NICKEL with Susynn Kroe at The Feisty Goat, show at 9 pm. 19+.

Sunday 18


ACOUSTIC NIGHT at Buds on Broadway, Sundays at 8 pm. See

THE TURNT UP presented by Passa Passa Soundcrew at Twisted Tartan Pub, doors at 10 pm.

Monday 19

BIG WRECK (In Loving Memory of 20th anniversary tour) with Jesse Roper at O’Brians Event Centre. See

CARMANAH at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

MUSIC VIDEO NIGHT at Buds on Broadway, Mondays at 4 pm. See

Tuesday 20

BRENNEN BIRD at Buds on Broadway. See

OPEN JAM at Capitol Music Club, Tuesdays at 8 pm.

Wednesday 21

SHRED KELLY with Band of Rascals at Capitol Music Club. See

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

FKB at Buds on Broadway. See

Thursday 22

ELLEN FROESE BAND with Rebecca Lappa at Capitol Music Club, show at 8 pm. See

FKB at Buds on Broadway. See

ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC with host Eddy Robertson at Piggy’s Bar & Grill.

Friday 23

THE SHEEPDOGS with Sam Coffey and The Iron Lung at O’Brians Event Centre. See

THE WHISKEY JERKS with The Fabian Minnema Trio at the Bassment, 9 pm. See

PHIBES DRUM & BASS with local support at Capitol Music Club. See

GIRLS ROCK SASKATOON ’90S NIGHT featuring covers of music by The Moffatts, Smash Mouth, Alanis Morissette, Madonna, The Mansons (Garbage and Marilyn Manson) plus visuals by Lindsey Rewuski (Ghost House). Amigos Cantina. See

TWO TALL DUDES at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

THE GONG SHOW at Buds on Broadway. See

RIVERS EDGE (Telemiracle fundraiser & concert) at Longbranch Saloon, cocktails at 6:30 pm.

Saturday 24

SERENA RYDER with guests at Third Avenue United Church, 8 pm. See

MOSTLY WANTED with Contrafact and Chasing Illusions at Amigos Cantina. See

SON REAL with guests at Louis’, doors at 8 pm.

TERRA LIGHTFOOT with William Crighton and Kory Istace vs. the Time Pirates at Capitol Music Club. See

CARBONLESS CONCERT SERIES 2 with Jay Maillot, Lyzanne Foth and Glenn Sutter at 702 14th St. E., 6:30–8:30 pm.

THE GONG SHOW at Buds on Broadway. See

THE EAST POINTERS at the Bassment.

SASK AMP MUSIC SHOWCASE with the winner opening for Nelly and T-Pain on April 21.  O’Brians Event Centre. See

THE LOCAL GROUP at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

DIAMOND FOREVER (Neil Diamond tribute) at Nutana Legion, 8 pm.

Sunday 25

NESS CREEK FEBRUARY AUDITIONS at Capitol Music Club, 1 pm. See

ACOUSTIC NIGHT at Buds on Broadway. See

Monday 26

JOSH RITTER & BAND at the Broadway Theatre, 7:30 pm. See

Tuesday 27

THE EAST POINTERS at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

THE BLUE MULES at Buds on Broadway. See

Wednesday 28

BIG LITTLE LIONS (album release for Alive and Well) at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

JESSE ROADS at Buds on Broadway. See

ATTICA RIOTS with Proud Sons and Kaye & Co at Vangelis Tavern.

Thursday 1

SYLVIA CHAVE, ROGER BOUCHER & FREIDA featuring an adult-themed evening of music, comedy, magic and hypnosis at The Refinery, 7:30pm. $15 advance, $20 door. See

Friday 2

DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL at O’Brians Event Centre. See

RAY ELLIOT BAND with David Dino White and Ellen Froese at Vangelis Tavern.

FEMFEST 2018 with Wares, T-Rhyme, Lip Slackers and Taylor Jade at Amigos Cantina. See

LEXA & KATELYN at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

DARUDE with DJ Anchor, Mr. Rager, Miss Momentum and more at Sutherland Hall, doors at 9 pm. 19+.

­Saturday 3

THE STEADIES at Finn’s Irish Pub, show at 7:30 pm.

HEARING TREES with Old North and Twin Voices at Vangelis Tavern.

THEORY OF A DEADMAN at O’Brians Event Centre. See

HARRISON KING at Prairie Ink, 8 pm. See

LADY HAWKE at Nutana Legion, 8 pm.

Sunday 4

CHRIS LANE with Shawn Austin and Andrew Hyatt at O’Brians Event Centre. See

Saskatoon Blues Festival


Tuesday 20

BLUES CAMP hosted by Saskatoon Blues Society as part of the Saskatoon Blues Festival with director Ross Neilsen. Mount Royal Collegiate, Feb. 20–24, 9:30 am–3:30 pm.  

Wednesday 21

B.C. READ at Cathedral Social Hall, 5:30–7:30 pm.

EDDY ROBERTSON at Bon Temps Café, 6:30–8:30 pm.

KELLY READ at Melody Tapas & Bar, 9 pm.

Thursday 22

KELLY READ at Finn’s Irish Pub, 5–7 pm.

MAMA B. & THE FREIGHT TRAINS at Winston’s Pub. 6–8 pm.

NEIL ROSTON at The Woods Alehouse, 7–9 pm.

Friday 23

MAMA B. & THE FREIGHT TRAINS at Finn’s Irish Pub. 5–7 pm.

MYKUL GAMBUL at Bon Temps Café, 6:30–8:30 pm.

MITCH ROMANCIA at The Woods Alehouse, 7–9 pm.

Monday 26

NEIL ROSTON at Finn’s Irish Pub, 5–7 pm.

MITCH ROMANCIA at Winston’s Pub. 6–8 pm.

Tuesday 27

JACK WALTON at The Woods Alehouse, 7–9 pm.

Wednesday 28

JACK WALTON at Cathedral Social Hall, 5:30–7:30 pm.

GILLIAN AND PETER at Bon Temps Café, 6:30–8:30 pm.

Thursday 1

GILLIAN AND PETER at Cathedral Social Hall, 5:30–7:30 pm.

B.C. READ at Winston’s Pub. 6–8 pm.

CHARLIE JACOBSEN with Steve Strongman at the Bassment, show at 8 pm.

Friday 2

MAMA B. & THE FREIGHT TRAINS at Finn’s Irish Pub. 5–7 pm.

MYKUL GAMBUL at The Woods Alehouse, 5–7 pm.

B.C. READ at 9 Mile Legacy, 5:30–7:30 pm.

MANITOBA HAL with Cary Morin at the Bassment, show at 9 pm.

CHARLIE JACOBSEN with Angel Forrest and Boogie Patrol at TCU Place, show at 8 pm.

Saturday 3

FESTIVAL WORKSHOPS with Cory Morin (11 am) and Manitoba Hal (1 pm) at Hilton Garden Inn. Free admission.

HECTOR ANCHONDO BAND with Lil’ Jimmy Reed Band and Jack Semple at TCU Place, show at 8 pm.

Jazz & Classical

Saturday 24

THE STONE FRIGATE BIG BAND with guest vocalist Robyn Knight at the Bassment, 8 pm. See

SHOWCASE presented by the Saskatoon Brass Band at the Broadway Theatre, 7:30 pm. See

Sunday 25

AMATI QUARTET (Signing for CD From the Heart) released in memory of Marla Cole. McNally Robinson, 1 pm. See

Saturday 3

SASKATOON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: POPS CONCERT Guest artists Vince Mendoza (conductor) and Sara Slean (vocals) perform The Music of Joni Mitchell. TCU Place, 7:30 pm. See

PERIPHERIAL VISION at the Bassment, 8 pm. See



AKA Artist‑Run Centre

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

AMY MALBEUF: THE LENGTH OF GRIEF: THE DAUGHTERS OF MÉTIS MOTHERS Through the use of personal, family and ancestral narratives, the artist explores concepts of Indigenous feminism, strength and resilience. (Until Feb. 23.)

GREGORY SCOFIELD: SHE IS SPITTING A MOUTHFUL OF STARS (NIKÂWI’S SONG) The final installment in the gallery’s billboard project features a poem addressing the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (Until Feb. 28.)

THREE PLAYS BY DON NIGRO The plays include: Charlie and the Siberian Monkey Goddess, Jane Strangeways and White Rabbit. Presented by Tough Choice Productions. (Feb. 16–17 and 23–24 at 8 pm, Feb. 18 and 25 at 2 pm.)

Art Placement

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

MICHEL BOUTIN: AFTERGLOW Exhibition of paintings that subvert the landscape tradition by incorporating references to the past, present and future. (Until Feb. 21, with an artist talk at 3 pm.)

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. (Feb. 24–March 29, with a reception March 3 at 2 pm.)

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 |

DMYTRO STRYJEK Exhibition of paintings by the Saskatchewan folk artist that date from 1975–1989. (Until March.)

The Eye Gallery

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

TREVOR CARLSON: FUR AND FLIPPERS Exhibition by local artist. (Until Feb. 28.)

Frances Morrison Gallery

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

KYLE ZUREVINSKI: vVIBEZz Exhibition of abstract images designed to evoke emotion through the colour and shape of found spaces. (Until March 8.)

Gallery On The Greens

2325 Preston Ave. | 306-374-2644 |

MONIQUE MARTIN: NIDIFICATE: TO BUILD A NEST Exhibition of linocuts made into paper sculptures that explore ideas of nesting. (Until Feb. 28.)

Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Murray Building | 306-966-4208 |

GATEWAY DESIGN PROJECT: SITE PLAN 446.3 This exhibition sees a group of urban design students engage with the public to produce drawings and models addressing various regional and urban planning issues. (Until March 2.)

Hues Art Supply

1818 Lorne Ave. | 306-653-1900

CINDY WRIGHT AND MARILYN WEISS Exhibition by gallery artists. (Until late February.)

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 |

LIZ KNOX: LAW AND ORDER Video installation in which the artist uses excerpts from three seasons of the crime drama Law & Order (season #1 in 1991, #10 in 2000 and #20 in 2010) to examine how the program reflects contemporary culture. (Until Feb. 24.)

Remai Modern Art Gallery

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

FIELD GUIDE This exhibition consists of work from the permanent collection along with specially commissioned installations. Co-curated by executive director Gregory Burke and director of programs & chief curator Sandra Guimarães (Until Feb. 25.)

FACES OF PICASSO Exhibition of linocuts by the Spanish master from gallery’s permanent collection. (Until Feb. 25.)

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.)

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN: WHAT I CAN LEARN FROM YOU. WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM ME Critical workshop presented by the Swiss artist that explores the idea of sharing non-material goods such as skills, thoughts and experiences. Free admission. (Until Feb. 25.)

SUNDAY TOURS The gallery offers a free drop-in tour with a program guide. (Feb. 18, 25 and March 4, 1 pm.)

DISCOVERY CINEMA Screening is Jacques Tati’s 1953 comedy Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday. Presented in French with English subtitles. (Feb. 17, 1 pm.)

RAWLCO RADIO FREE ADMISSION DAY Includes access to the gallery, plus arts activities in the Learning Studio. (Feb. 19, 10 am–5 pm.)

DOC LAB SASKATCHEWAN Screening of short films by Louise BigEagle (To Wake Up the Nakota Language), Kristin Catherwood (Ride) and Eric Thiessen (Talking at Night), followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Eric Thiessen and Saskatoon Mobile Crisis Centre staff. (Feb. 23, 8 pm)

KNITTING WORKSHOP Open to adults, with all materials provided. (Feb. 20, 7 pm. $30. Register at 306-975-8031 or e-mail

KNITTING WORKSHOP Open to teens 14+, with all materials provided. (Feb. 27, 7 pm. $20. Register at 306-975-8031 or e-mail

Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

813 Broadway Ave. | 306-653-3616 |

ANITA ROCAMORA: MATERIAL GRACE Exhibition of new clay and metal vessels by the Saskatchewan artist which explore the relationship between decay and renewal. (Until March 17.)

SCYAP Art Centre

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

GERRY POTIE & LISA LAM: RISE UP Exhibition of work by two Urban Canvas Project alumni. (Feb. 17–March 18.)

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 pm.

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 Feb. 25 from noon to 4 pm 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 Zeus and the Olympians, while the craft activity is Gods and Goddesses Animal Banks. (Feb. 24, 2–4 pm.)

TOUR AND HANDLING SESSION This event includes a short tour of the museum and a hands-on session with artifacts. Today: Pottery from the Ancient Near East. (March 3, 1–3 pm. By donation.)

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 |

PERMANENT COLLECTION Display of artifacts and archival documents recounting the settlement history of Ukrainian-Canadians in Canada.

PYSANKA Adult workshops (16+) on Feb. 21–22 at 7 pm. Cost $25 for members, $30 otherwise. Register at 306-244-3800.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

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

PERMANENT EXHIBIT This National Historic Site is dedicated to celebrating traditional and contemporary Indigenous life and culture in Saskatchewan.

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.)

RUTH CUTHAND: ARTIST IN RESIDENCE The artist will facilitate three drop-in programs for older youth and adults: Beadhive (Feb. 27), Pop Up Art (Feb. 21 and 28) and Onsite Studio (Feb. 22). The programs run 1–4 pm, and are free.

BEADED EARRINGS This workshop is open to people 14+. All materials are provided. (Feb. 24 10 am–3:30 pm. $50.)

CARIBOU HAIR TUFTING This workshop is open to people 16+. All materials are provided. (March 3 9 am–4 pm. $120.)

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.)

SEED SURVIVOR Hands-on, child-friendly exhibition that examines modern farming and food production. (Until Feb. 28.)

ALL ABOARD! Billed as Western Canada’s largest model train show, with track layouts, vendors and consignment tables. Presented by Prairie Rail Workshop. (Feb. 24–25. See