Monday Dec 5

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

THE FIRST MONDAY Sum Theatre is presenting a new Saskatchewan play each month until late spring. Tonight: playwright Jenna Berenbaum’s 18 Jews Order Chinese Food. Persephone Theatre, 7 p.m. sumtheatre.com

Music

RUBY WATERS with Cam Kahin at Capitol Music Club, show at 8:30 p.m.

Tuesday Dec 6

SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC This queer and trans positive clinic runs Monday to Friday and provides free STI testing, rapid HIV testing, pap tests and birth control. Co-hosted by OUTSaskatoon and Saskatoon Sexual Health. Please pre-book your appointment at 306-244-7989. OUTSaskatoon also offers social and support groups for people who identify with different communities on the gender spectrum. outsaskatoon.ca

SASKATOON MAKERSPACE This local organization offers a range of workshops each month on different “maker” skills including embroidery, adobe illustrator, 3D printing, woodwork, welding and more. To register visit saskatoonmakerspace.com

LET’S GET KNOTTY This drop-in event is geared to adult crafters. Round Prairie Library, 2 – 4 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

SASKATOON BLADES VS BRANDON WHEAT KINGS WHL regular season game. SaskTel Centre, 7 p.m. saskatoonblades.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

Wednesday Dec 7

CO-OP CONVERSATIONS This online event is hosted by Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. Today’s topic: Making financial services accessible for underserved communities. Runs noon – 1 p.m. schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca

CREATING OPPORTUNITIES This event offers a chance to talk to the Learning Pathways coach from the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre. Frances Morrison Library, 1 – 2:30 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

CHAMBER ON TAP Guest-speaker at this social event hosted by Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is Magnus Construction Service. Lucky Bastard Distillery, 5 p.m. saskatoonchamber.com

NUTS & CRACKERS This play is set in the 1940s, and sees a group of vaudeville comedians join together to try to rescue a failing ballet. There are pre-show dinner and show only options. Barn Playhouse, Dec. 7 – 10, doors at 5 p.m.; Dec. 11, doors at 1:30 p.m. barnplayhouse.com

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

TANSI TALK SERIES This online event is presented by Saskatchewan Writers Guild. Featured is a conversation between Mika Lafond and author Catherine Laverty on This House Is Not a Home: Incorporating Allegories in Literature. Runs 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. skwriter.com

SASKATOON GAME DESIGNERS This event is for people interested in video and board game design, and takes place every second week. King Me Boardgamery and Café, 7 – 9 p.m.

HOLIDAY DREAMS CIRQUE This family friendly performance features acrobats, holograms, daredevils and more, and follows the adventures of a mischievous elf. SaskTel Centre, 7:30 p.m. sasktelcentre.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

PUB STUMPERS TRIVIA Amigos Cantina, 8 p.m. amigoscantina.com

FUNNY BONE SCHMOMEDY ZONE This open-mic comedy show features local performers. Fox and Hounds Brew Pub, 8 p.m.

Music

THE BLUES BANDELOROS at Buds on Broadway, 9 p.m. budsonbroadway.com

Thursday Dec 8

SASKATCHEWAN MUSIC AWARDS & VERY PRAIRIE MUSIC SUMMIT This annual salute to Saskatchewan’s music community opens with the Very Prairie Music Summit which offers a variety of professional development opportunities for musicians, and will conclude with the awards show and performances by nominees. The host hotel is Hotel Saskatchewan, and the awards show will be at Darke Hall. Dec. 8 – 11. veryprairie.ca

SASKATOON CAREER FAIR & TRAINING EXPO This event offers people a chance to connect with hiring companies, government, employment services, colleges and universities. TCU Place, 1 – 4 p.m. jobscanadafair.com

NUTS & CRACKERS This play is set in the 1940s, and sees a group of vaudeville comedians join together to try to rescue a failing ballet. There are pre-show dinner and show only options. Barn Playhouse, Dec. 7 – 10, doors at 5 p.m.; Dec. 11, doors at 1:30 p.m. barnplayhouse.com

ABOVEBOARD This is a dinner theatre production of a romantic comedy by Peter Bloedel and Emily Kimbal about a bachelor who discovers someone is secretly living in his apartment. Presented by Mini Fridge Theatre. St. John’s Anglican Hall, Dec. 8 – 10 and15 – 17, doors at 5:30 p.m. minifridgetheatre.com

FAMILY LAW HELP This in-person event is hosted by the provincial government and several legal organizations. Round Prairie Library, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.; Frances Morrison Library, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

REDUCING THE STIGMA OF MENTAL ILLNESS This presentation is hosted by Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan. Cliff Wright Library, 7 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

LET’S GET KNOTTY This drop-in event is geared to adult crafters. Frances Morrison Library, 7 – 9 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

SCHOLAR’S TRIVIA This pub trivia event is open to people 19+. Thirsty Scholar, 7 – 9 p.m. thirstyscholaryxe.ca

JACK AND THE END OF THE WORLD This holiday theatre production includes a supper or lunch option, and will offer an update on the panto characters Jack and Widow Spriggins. Presented by Dancing Sky Theatre. Meacham, Dec. 8 – 11, Dec. 15 – 18. dancingskytheatre.com

MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE Live performance of a play based on the diaries and e-mails of a young American woman who was killed by Israeli troops while working to support justice for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Presented by Chrysalis Theatre. Studio 914, Dec. 8 – 10, 7:30 p.m., Dec. 11, 2 p.m. chrysalistheatre.wixsite.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

Music

JOY OF VOX Annual holiday-themed concert presented by local choral group with over 200 members. Holy Family Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. joyofvox.com

THE BARRELMEN at the Bassment, show at 7:30 p.m. thebassment.ca

THE BLUES BANDELOROS at Buds on Broadway, 9 p.m. budsonbroadway.com

Friday Dec 9

SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC This queer and trans positive clinic runs Monday to Friday and provides free STI testing, rapid HIV testing, pap tests and birth control. Co-hosted by OUTSaskatoon and Saskatoon Sexual Health. Please pre-book your appointment at 306-244-7989. OUTSaskatoon also offers social and support groups for people who identify with different communities on the gender spectrum. outsaskatoon.ca

SASKATOON MAKERSPACE This local organization offers a range of workshops each month on different “maker” skills including embroidery, adobe illustrator, 3D printing, woodwork, welding and more. To register visit saskatoonmakerspace.com

RAPID ACCESS COUNSELLING This event offers people a chance to speak with a Family Service Saskatoon counselor. People can drop-in, or make an appointment at 306-244-0127 or counsellingconnectsask.ca. Frances Morrison Library, noon – 4 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

SASKATCHEWAN MUSIC AWARDS & VERY PRAIRIE MUSIC SUMMIT This annual salute to Saskatchewan’s music community opens with the Very Prairie Music Summit which offers a variety of professional development opportunities for musicians, and will conclude with the awards show and performances by nominees. The host hotel is Hotel Saskatchewan, and the awards show will be at Darke Hall. Dec. 8 – 11. veryprairie.ca

LET’S GET KNOTTY This drop-in event is geared to adult crafters. Carlyle King Library, 2 – 4 p.m. and J.S. Wood Library, 7 – 9 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

FRIDAYS AT TWO Guest-speaker Jeff O’Brien discusses “How We Kept Christmas”. Frances Morrison Library, 2 – 3 p.m. saskatoonlibrary.ca

NUTS & CRACKERS This play is set in the 1940s, and sees a group of vaudeville comedians join together to try to rescue a failing ballet. There are pre-show dinner and show only options. Barn Playhouse, Dec. 7 – 10, doors at 5 p.m.; Dec. 11, doors at 1:30 p.m. barnplayhouse.com

ABOVEBOARD This is a dinner theatre production of a romantic comedy by Peter Bloedel and Emily Kimbal about a bachelor who discovers someone is secretly living in his apartment. Presented by Mini Fridge Theatre. St. John’s Anglican Hall, Dec. 8 – 10 and15 – 17, doors at 5:30 p.m. minifridgetheatre.com

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

JACK AND THE END OF THE WORLD This holiday theatre production includes a supper or lunch option, and will offer an update on the panto characters Jack and Widow Spriggins. Presented by Dancing Sky Theatre. Meacham, Dec. 8 – 11, Dec. 15 – 18. dancingskytheatre.com

MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE Live performance of a play based on the diaries and e-mails of a young American woman who was killed by Israeli troops while working to support justice for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Presented by Chrysalis Theatre. Studio 914, Dec. 8 – 10, 7:30 p.m., Dec. 11, 2 p.m. chrysalistheatre.wixsite.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

SASKATOON SOAPS IMPROV COMEDY The theme for this performance by the Saskatoon troupe is Office X-Mas Party. Broadway Theatre, 8 p.m. broadwaytheatre.ca

JO KOY (Funny Is Funny World Tour) Live performance by the popular American comic. SaskTel Centre, 8 p.m. sasktelcentre.com

Music

AN EVENING WITH THE LEGENDS This event features dinner and a show by tribute artist Robert Larrabee. Ramada by Wyndham, Dec. 9 – 10. 306-665-6500

JOY OF VOX Annual holiday-themed concert presented by local choral group with over 200 members. Holy Family Cathedral, 7:30 p.m. joyofvox.com

THE BARRELMEN at the Bassment, show at 8:30 p.m. thebassment.ca

MOONBEAMS featuring ZHE the Free and Parab Poet at Coors Event Centre, doors at 8:30 p.m. coorseventcentre.ca

BACK TO THE 80’S at Buds on Broadway, 10 p.m. budsonbroadway.com

THE GREAT FUSS with Brodie Moniker and Cupid’s Heart at Amigos Cantina, 10 p.m. amigoscantina.com

Saturday Dec 10

SASKATOON FARMERS’ MARKET This market is at 2600 Koyl Ave., and runs Saturdays from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. saskatoonfarmersmarket.com

RESTING POTENTIAL This new film by Regina filmmaker Mark Wihak has nine chapters which streamed online from Nov. 24 to Dec. 2. All nine chapters of the film, which was shot in Regina with a mostly local cast and crew, are now available online. The total running time is 68 minutes, and the story sees a youngish woman (Kaitlyn Semple) go through a series of events which cause her to re-think her understanding of life. restingpotentialfilm.com

SASKATCHEWAN MUSIC AWARDS & VERY PRAIRIE MUSIC SUMMIT This annual salute to Saskatchewan’s music community opens with the Very Prairie Music Summit which offers a variety of professional development opportunities for musicians, and will conclude with the awards show and performances by nominees. The host hotel is Hotel Saskatchewan, and the awards show will be at Darke Hall. Dec. 8 – 11. veryprairie.ca

METROPOLITAN OPERA: THE HOURS This is a broadcast premiere of a new opera by Kevin Puts based on Virginia Woolf’s novel Mrs. Dalloway. ScotiaBank Theatre, time t.b.a. cineplex.com

NUTS & CRACKERS This play is set in the 1940s, and sees a group of vaudeville comedians join together to try to rescue a failing ballet. There are pre-show dinner and show only options. Barn Playhouse, Dec. 7 – 10, doors at 5 p.m.; Dec. 11, doors at 1:30 p.m. barnplayhouse.com

JACK AND THE END OF THE WORLD This holiday theatre production includes a supper or lunch option, and will offer an update on the panto characters Jack and Widow Spriggins. Presented by Dancing Sky Theatre. Meacham, Dec. 8 – 11, Dec. 15 – 18. dancingskytheatre.com

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

ABOVEBOARD This is a dinner theatre production of a romantic comedy by Peter Bloedel and Emily Kimbal about a bachelor who discovers someone is secretly living in his apartment. Presented by Mini Fridge Theatre. St. John’s Anglican Hall, Dec. 8 – 10 and15 – 17, doors at 5:30 p.m. minifridgetheatre.com

CHRISTMAS BOOGALOO This live dance showcase is co-hosted by def SOL and Saskatoon Salsa, and will be followed by a social salsa dance. The showcase is at Lakeview Church (show at 7 p.m.), and the dance is at Albert Community Centre (9 p.m. – 1 a.m.). saskatoonsalsa.com or defsol.ca

MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE Live performance of a play based on the diaries and e-mails of a young American woman who was killed by Israeli troops while working to support justice for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Presented by Chrysalis Theatre. Studio 914, Dec. 7:30 p.m., Dec. 11, 2 p.m. chrysalistheatre.wixsite.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

CHRISTMAS PRESENCE This life performance offers a mash-up of songs and stories on the theme of the nativity. Presented by Burnt Thicket Theatre, with an online audio release available Dec. 16 – 31. burntthicket.com

Music

WITH JOYFUL HEARTS featuring Magic City Chorus, and guest Acoustic Theory at St. Paul’s Church, 3 and 7 p.m. magiccitychorus.com

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

AN EVENING WITH THE LEGENDS This event features dinner and a show by tribute artist Robert Larrabee. Ramada by Wyndham, Dec. 10. 306-665-6500

BONEY M. featuring Liz Mitchell (Holiday Hits & Classic Hits) at TCU Place, 8 p.m. tcutickets.ca

KANE BROWN (Drunk or Dreaming Tour) with Jessie James Decker and Restless Road at SaskTel Centre, 7 p.m. sasktelcentre.com

SASKATOON JAZZ ORCHESTRA: SWING, COMFORT & JOY This holiday-themed concert features the Saskatoon Youth Jazz Orchestra and guest vocalist Alexis Norman. Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. broadwaytheatre.ca

GHENGAR (Necromancer Tour) with Notes B2B Jamgo, Klawsz, Jewlz, and BZB at Coors Event Centre, doors at 9 p.m. coorseventcentre.ca

ASYLUM: GOTHIC INDUSTRIAL GATHERING at Black Cat Tavern, doors at 9 p.m.

BACK TO THE 80’S at Buds on Broadway, 10 p.m. budsonbroadway.com

Sunday Dec 11

SASKATCHEWAN MUSIC AWARDS & VERY PRAIRIE MUSIC SUMMIT This annual salute to Saskatchewan’s music community opens with the Very Prairie Music Summit which offers a variety of professional development opportunities for musicians, and will conclude with the awards show and performances by nominees. The host hotel is Hotel Saskatchewan, and the awards show will be at Darke Hall. Dec. 8 – 11. veryprairie.ca

BHP ENCHANTED FOREST This drive-through light display has been family holiday tradition since 1999. Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, nightly from 5:30 – 10 p.m. until Jan. 8. enchanted-forest.org

GLOW SASKATOON This indoor holiday market also features a local market and food fair. Prairieland Park, Dec. 1 – 24. glowyxe.com

OPTIMIST HILL This winter recreation facility in Diefenbaker Park provides opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, tubing and tobogganing. optimisthill.ca

JACK AND THE END OF THE WORLD This holiday theatre production includes a supper or lunch option, and will offer an update on the panto characters Jack and Widow Spriggins. Presented by Dancing Sky Theatre. Meacham, Dec. 8 – 11, Dec. 15 – 18. dancingskytheatre.com

NUTS & CRACKERS This play is set in the 1940s, and sees a group of vaudeville comedians join together to try to rescue a failing ballet. There are pre-show dinner and show only options. Barn Playhouse, 1:30 p.m. barnplayhouse.com

THE FIANCEE This madcap farce by Holly Lewis is set in the World War II era, and sees a woman who had made romantic commitments to three servicemen before they shipped overseas have to deal with the fallout when they all return home from the war safe and sound on the same day. Runs until Dec. 18, with evening and matinee performances. persephonetheatre.org

MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE Live performance of a play based on the diaries and e-mails of a young American woman who was killed by Israeli troops while working to support justice for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Presented by Chrysalis Theatre. Studio 914, 2 p.m. chrysalistheatre.wixsite.com

9MILE KAISER TOURNAMENT This event is on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. 9 Mile Legacy Brewing Taproom, 3 p.m. 9milelegacy.com

Music

LET IT SNOW! presented by Saskatoon Concert Band Auxiliary at Grace-Westminster United Church, 7:30 p.m. saskatoonconcertband.ca

BONEY M. featuring Liz Mitchell (Holiday Hits & Classic Hits) at TCU Place, 8 p.m. tcutickets.ca

SUNDAY NIGHT JAM at Buds on Broadway, 8 – 11:30 p.m.

Monday Dec 12

Music

BROCK FEHR (More Sense album release) with Chef Jakob Palm at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 6:30 p.m. eventbrite.com

REWIND IN TIME: CHEERS TO 40 YEARS presented by Saskatoon Community Bands at Holy Cross Theatre, show at 7:30 p.m. saskatooncommunitybands.org