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Thursday 7

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

GENS HELLQUIST SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC Free STI testing and all-ages drop-in. OUTSaskatoon, Thursdays 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.

THURSDAY NIGHT ART MARKET This weekly event includes local artists, artisans and live entertainment. Saskatoon Farmers’ Market, every Thursday 5–9 p.m. See

ELINOR FLORENCE: WILDWOOD Reading and signing for a novel about a city woman who moves to an abandoned farm house in the country for a year. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

CAMINO DE 20 This 20th anniversary celebration of Alma Flamenca includes live flamenco music and various solo and group dance performances. Directed by Kari Alba. The Refinery, 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

DEREK EDWARDS: ALLS I’M SAYING Stand-up comedy. Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. See

NICK BEATON: COMEDY SHOW Stand-up comedy show. Thirsty Scholar, 8:30 p.m. $15.

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: Pokemon. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

Friday 8

NSBA CLUB CONNECT Guest speaker Betty Anne Latrace-Henderson discusses her philosophy to entrepreneurship. Saskatoon Club, registration at 7:10 a.m. See

BIRTH DOULA TRAINING Weekend workshop with trained professionals to learn how to provide pregnancy and birth services for women. June 8–10. $200. E-mail for more information and to register.

PI O’CLOCK: OPEN MIC SUMMER SERIES This event is geared to people interested in discussing technology and entrepreneurship. Co-hosted by Solido Design Automation. Innovation Place, 3:14 p.m. Register to speak at

MCC RELIEF SALE & AUCTION Fundraiser to support relief efforts by the Mennonite community. Prairieland Park, doors at 4 p.m., June 9, doors at 8 a.m. See

SLARPCON 2018 Three-day event offering opportunities to participate in live action role-playing games. Albert Community Centre, June 8–10. See

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Derek Sweet and Kris LaBelle. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

Saturday 9

SASKATOON FARMERS’ MARKET This market is at 19th St. & Ave. B, Saturdays and Sundays 8 a.m.–2 p.m., and Wednesdays 10 a.m.–3 p.m. See

RIKI WALKATHON This fundraiser is celebrating its 50th anniversary. It includes a post-walk BBQ, with proceeds to Camp Easter Seal. Pike Lake, registration 10 a.m. See

MEEWASIN’S DEDICATION CEREMONY Annual gathering to recognize participants in the Plant-A-Tree, Memorial Forest, Brick, Bench and Amenities programs. Western Development Museum, 1 p.m.

HUGH BECKSTEAD Signing for two books in the Titan fantasy series: Midnight Hour and City Under Siege. McNally Robinson, 1 p.m. See

READING WITH ROYALTY Family-friendly story-time with local drag queens and kings. Frances Morrison Library, 4–6 p.m. See

SPORTSMAN SHOWCASE Wyant Group Raceway, 6 p.m. See

QUEER YOUTH: SECOND CHANCE PROM This annual event is geared to LBGT+ youth between 13–19. Village Guitar & Amp (432 20th St. W.), 8–11 p.m. See

SANTIAGO HIGH TECH Written by Cristián Soto, this play debuted in Chile, and sees a young man try to navigate a dystopian future where people are disconnected from each other and suicide is common. Presented by La Vióle Theatre Company. The Refinery, June 9–10, 7:30 p.m. See

SENIOR’S PROM This fun event is geared to seniors with cocktails, dinner and a dance featuring music from the 1960s and ’70s. TCU Place, 4:30 p.m. See

DWENNIMMEN & E PALLAGI: BOOK LAUNCH & SPOKEN WORD Dwennimmen is an Alberta Indigenous poet who will be launching the book Horn with guest performance by Pallagi who is a Saskatoon artist. Amigos Cantina, 8 p.m. See

SASKATCHEWAN RUSH VS ROCHESTER KNIGHTHAWKS After defeating the Nighthawks in the first game of the National Lacrosse League Final 16–9, the Rush dropped the second game June 2 in Rochester 13–8, setting up a deciding game three for all the lacrosse balls. SaskTel Centre, 7:30 p.m. See

TOPSY TURVY This student dance performance is presented by Desert Beats Belly Dance. Persephone Back Stage Theatre, 7:30 p.m. $25. See

UPTOWN STOMP Social dance hosted by Saskatoon Lindy Hop. 224 25th St. W., beginner lesson at 8 p.m., social dancing at 9 p.m. $10 general admission, $7 members. See

UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY Free public viewing Saturdays 9:15–11:45 p.m. Campus Dr. southwest. See

Sunday 10

AUTISM SPEAKS CANADA WALK This family friendly walk promotes awareness of autism. Archibald Arena, registration at 9:30 a.m. with the walk at 11 a.m. See

TELUS WALK FOR DIABETES Fundraiser to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Victoria School Park, 10 a.m. registration. See

SIGA LONG RUNNERS GOOD FOOD RUN This family-friendly walk includes different distances and post-walk activities, with proceeds to support CHEP. Victoria Park, 10 a.m. Register at

OUTDOOR MARKET & GARAGE SALE This one-day event includes local food producers, artisans and other businesses. German Cultural Centre, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. 306-244-6869 Ext 202.

BRUNCH, BUBBLY & BLING Champagne fundraiser with a special focus on jewelry with proceeds to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Sheraton Cavalier, 11 a.m. See

ART IN THE PARK This family-friendly art festival includes visual art, craft, music, spoken word, food trucks and special children’s art activities. Guest artists include The Whiskey Jerks, Sonia Noble, The Stephanies and Randy Woods Band. Ashworth Holmes Park, noon to 5 p.m. Free admission. See

JONI MITCHELL TRIBUTE This afternoon event involves the commemoration of special locations that were important to the singer-songwriter during her early years in Saskatoon. Broadway Theatre, 1:30 p.m.

BOLSHOI BALLET IN CINEMA: COPPELIA Broadcast of a comic ballet about a young village man who falls in love with a doll made by a devious inventor. Scotiabank Theatre, 12:55 p.m. See

PAT REDDEKOPP: HAT GIRL Signing for a sequel to the children’s book A Box of Hats. McNally Robinson, 1 p.m. See

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

Monday 11

FLAG RAISING Annual event held to celebrate the start of Pride Week. City Hall, 11:30 a.m. See  

QUEER-O-RAMA Social evening of bowling to celebrate Pride Week. Eastview Bowl, 6:30–8:30 p.m. See

BAT HOUSE BUILDING WORKSHOP This workshop includes a presentation on bats by Melanie Elliott. The Refinery, 7:30 p.m. $10 materials fee. Register at

Tuesday 12

SASKATCHEWAN PRAIRIE CONSERVATION ACTION PLAN: WEBINAR Julie Heinrichs discusses “Comparing The Population Benefits of Habitat Restoration Options: Greater Sage-grouse in Alberta”. Noon. Register at

SWN LUNCHEON Guest speaker is Tayler Mullen who will discuss preparations for the SWN vacation dinner. Hosted by Saskatchewan Women’s Network. Ramada Hotel, noon. RSVP by June to

JA BUSINESS HALL OF FAME Inductees at this Junior Achievement Saskatchewan hosted are local business leaders Merlis Belsher, Colleen Wilson & Ken Achs and Don Atchison. TCU Place, 5:30 p.m. See

WARD 9 TOWN HALL This event is hosted by councillor Bev Dubois with guest Mayor Charlie Clark. Lakeridge School Gym (305 Waterbury Rd.), 6 p.m. See

SWINGIN’ ON THE SASKATCHEWAN River Landing Amphitheatre, every Tuesday until late September. Beginner lesson 7 p.m., dancing 8–10 p.m. No partner required, all skill levels welcome. See

Wednesday 13

LEND A HAND GOLF CLASSIC This golf tournament includes lunch and supper and is hosted by the Canadian Deafblind Association. Dakota Dunes Golf Links, 10 a.m.–8 p.m. $150. 306-374-0022.

WELCOME TO THE GAYBOURHOOD Community gathering to celebrate Pride Week, with a barbecue and street fair. 320 21st St. W., 10:30 a.m.–2 p.m. See

ALL ABOUT US This singles social group for people in their 50s through 70s meets every Wednesday for a movie, restaurant meal of other activity. No membership dues. For more information e-mail

COFFEE WITH YOUR COUNCILLOR This drop-in event is hosted by Ward 8 councillor Sarina Gersher. Mystic Java (209 3929 8th St. E.), 6 p.m.

ONLINE JOB APPLICATION HELP Information session on online job search tools. Freda Ahenakew Library, 6–7:30 p.m. See

PAINT NITE AT THE LIBRARY Social evening of art-making. Carlyle King 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

LAST MOUNTAIN LAKE BIRD SANCTUARY Evening field trip to Chappelle Marsh to search for native plants and songbirds. Western Development Museum parking lot, 7–9 p.m. See

MUSIC TRIVIA This is held every Wednesday. German Cultural Centre, 8 p.m.

TRIVIA Tonight’s topic: Star Wars Showdown Vol. II. Woods Ale House, 8 p.m.

Thursday 14

EMMA Opening Night. See Ongoing.

CAREER EXPLORATION: MAKING A WISE CAREER CHOICE This workshop is geared to people with a self-declared disability. North Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (237 5th Ave. N.), 9 a.m. to noon. For more information e-mail

SHAKEN WITH A TWIST Social gathering of female entrepreneurs with a presentation by Alicia Soulier (Capelli Salon Studio). Village Guitar & Amp, 5–7 p.m. See

DIY STUDIO: MY DAD DID MY HAIR Free workshop for fathers to learn kid-friendly hair grooming techniques. MC College Saskatoon (228 21st St. E.), 5–8 p.m. See

ENTREPRENEURS ANONYMOUS Social gathering for local entrepreneurs hosted by Innovation Place. Boffins Public House (#106 111 Research Dr.), 5–7 p.m.

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: Disney & Pixar. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

Friday 15

HISTORIC TROLLEY TOUR OF SASKATOON This event is hosted by Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society, with guide Dianne Wilson. The tour runs 1–3 p.m. $40. Reserve your seat at 1-800-919-9437 or

BESS HAMILTON: REMEMBRANCE Signing for a novel about a woman who thought she was widowed during World War One who a few years later learns her husband is still alive. Indigo Books, 1–4 p.m.

HIGH T: LET’S PUT THE T BACK IN LGBT Pride Week celebration with a special focus on transgender identity. 320 21st St. W., 4–7 p.m. See

LIVE IN COLOUR Gala fashion show featuring local designers Melissa Squire, Reginald Sankey, Solar Opposites and Cassie Danielle along with live entertainment and refreshments. Hilton Garden Inn, 6 p.m. See

ZOOGALA 2018 Fundraiser to support Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo programming. Includes live entertainment, gourmet food prepared by 10 top Saskatoon chefs, silent auction and meet and greet with wildlife residents at the zoo. See

THOROUGHBRED RACING Marquis Downs, every Friday and Saturday, post time at 6:35 p.m. See

SASKATOON RELAY FOR LIFE This is a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre (219 Primrose Dr.), 7 p.m. See

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Jasen Fredrickson & Dylan Williamson. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

SEARCH FOR SASKATCHEWAN’S DRAG SUPERSTAR Talent show featuring local drag artists. Divas Nightclub, show at 10 p.m.

Saturday 16

SASKATOON OPERA: LA BOHÈME Opening Night. See Ongoing.

TELUS MOTORCYCLE RIDE FOR DAD This 10th annual event is designed to raises awareness of prostate cancer. Includes a pancake breakfast and motorcycle ride to nearby towns and events. Western Development Museum, registration begins at 8 a.m. See

BRAINSPORT KIDS OF STEEL TRIATHLON This competition features swimming, cycling and a foot race. Riversdale Park, triathlon starts at 9 a.m. See

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

BESS HAMILTON: REMEMBRANCE See June 15 for details on this book signing. McNally Robinson, 1 p.m. See

BACK TO YOUR ROOTS This event is geared to LGBT+ people who are 55 plus. Includes a cocktail hour and dance. Saint George’s Anglican Church, 6 p.m. See


GARDEN DAYS PARTY Social gathering to celebrate the art of gardening, with music by Maurice Drouin. School of Horticulture (1A 415 51st St. E.), 6 p.m. See

W.I.P. NEW DANCE SERIES This event features contemporary dance works by Holly Treddenick (Toronto), Jackie Latendresse (Saskatoon), Tina Bertoncini (Saskatoon) and Lily Gillman and Lila Jean Dezall (Calgary). Free Flow Dance Centre (224 25th St. W.), 8 p.m. $20. See

CANDELA! YEAR END SHOW & PARTY This performance is presented by Saskatoon Salsa Dance Co. with guests def SOL, Polly Pockets, Shane & Avideh and Bella & Bello Edmonton. Tommy Douglas Collegiate, show 7 p.m., with an after party with DJ Leo RL at 3rd Avenue United Church Hall at 9:30 p.m. See

Sunday 17

OUT & WILD This family-friendly carnival is presented in partnership with OutSaskatoon. Saskatoon Forestry Farm, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. $2 admission. See

OUT ON THE RIVER This is the fifth annual river cruise for people 19+ to celebrate Pride Week. Depart from Prairie Lily Boat Launch, 3:15–5:30 p.m., with an after-party at Drift Café & Vista Lounge at 6 p.m. See

WYANT GROUP RACEWAY: RACE EXPERIENCE This Father’s Day event includes an opportunity to drive an actual race car. Wyant Group Raceway, 10 a.m. See

Monday 18

ESTER STENBERG: POETRY FOR RE-MEMBERING: A SENSORY EXPERIENCE Reading and signing by local author. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

WES FUNK MEMORIAL PRIDE LATTE Poetry, spoken word and visual art to celebrate Saskatoon’s LGBT+ talent. Frances Morrison Gallery, 7–9 p.m. See

LADYBITS IMPROV COMEDY: SEASON CLOSER Live improv comedy with an open mic afterwards. Amigos Cantina, 7:30 p.m. See

Tuesday 19

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: TV show Friends. Hudsons Canada’s Pub, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday 20

I REMEMBER MAMA Opening Night. See Ongoing.

REJUNEVATION This three-day conference examines what repentance and reparations means for Christian churches that were an instrument in the colonization of Canada. Includes a keynote address by Jennifer Harvey titled “Zacchaeus, You Come Down! The Call to Repair in a World of Colonial-Settler Racism” on June 20 at 6:30 p.m. St. Andrew’s College, June 20–22. See

H.O.T. 4.16 Social gathering hosted by Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce with guest speakers Lucas Pust (SaskInvent) and Adam McInnes (MedHack) discussing issues related to health and technology. Rock Creek, 4:16 p.m. See

BLACK AND WHITE GALA NIGHT Includes tapas, wine and live entertainment with proceeds to support OutSaskatoon. OLiV Tasting Room (726 Broadway Ave.), 6 p.m. Tickets at 306-974-2840.

BOOK CLUB Lisa See Shanghai Girls. Alice Turner Library, 7 p.m. See

ALETHEA ARNAQUQ-BARIL: ANGRY INUK Screening of a documentary about efforts being made to resist efforts to restrict the traditional Inuit seal hunt. Frances Morrison Library, 7 p.m. See

RUBY REMENDA SWANSON: A FAMILY OUTING Reading and signing for a memoir where a mother learns from her teenage son that he is gay. Co-presented by OUT Saskatoon and Saskatoon Pride. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

WEDNESDAY NIGHT RACE SERIES This outdoor cycling race is co-hosted by NBR Cycling and BCW Cycling Club. Blackstrap Provincial Park, race at 7:15 p.m. See

Thursday 21

PLANET S NEW ISSUE DAY Our next issue comes out on summer solstice, which makes the timing perfect for our Summer Fun Guide which highlights all sorts of fun activities to do in Saskatoon, Regina and The Hinterland in the next few months.

CANADIAN TIRE GOLF CLASSIC Proceeds from this golf tournament will go to Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. The Willows, 10 a.m. See

SWINGING FOR STARS GOLF TOURNAMENT This tournament is a fundraiser for Stars Air Ambulance. Greenbryre Golf & Country Club, registration at 1 p.m. See

SASKATOON CARNIVAL Outdoor fair with a midway and other entertainment. Confederation Mall, June 21–22 starting at 3 p.m., June 23–24 starting at noon. See

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY CONFERENCE This debate, with moderator Rex Murphy, will address the topic “Agriculture and Forestry Hold the Solution to Mitigating Atmospheric CO2 and Climate Change”. Delta Bessborough Hotel, 3–5 p.m. Free admission.

YOGATHON Outdoor gathering of yoga practitioners. Rotary Park, 5–8 p.m.

WOMEN IN WHITE This fundraiser has an all white dress code, and includes a silent auction, cake auction and entertainment by musician Lisa Moen. Lucky Bastard Distillery, 7 p.m. Call or text 306-370-2034 or 306-221-2980 for tickets.

BOOK CLUB Kelly Oxford Everything Is Perfect When You’re a Liar. Round Prairie Library, 7 p.m. See

TRIVIA Tonight’s theme: Jurassic Park. Mana Bar, 7 p.m.

Friday 22

NSBA CLUB CONNECT Guest speaker Jenn Minor Johannson discusses “Riding the Rollercaster”. Saskatoon Club, registration at 7:10 a.m. See

ONE HEALTH CONFERENCE This four-day conference focuses on pressing issues in health sciences and related research with keynote presentations and panel discussions. TCU Place, June 22–25. See

SWING INTO SUMMER This 12 hole golf tournament includes a follow up dinner at Club 19 Banquet Hall. Proceeds support Team Diabetes Saskatoon. Greenbryre Golf & Country Club, 3:30 p.m. For more information e-mail

MAINSTAGE & MARKET This two-day festival includes an artisan market, food trucks, and live music with local artists and headliners. River Landing, 4– 11 p.m., June 23, 3–7 p.m. See

SASKATOON WOMEN’S NETWORK: PRESIDENT’S PICNIC Social evening for women entrepreneurs which includes dinner and horse racing. Marquis Downs, 5 p.m. See

CHRISTALEE FROESE: JOURNEY TO JOY Reading and signing for a memoir about personal recovery from depression. McNally Robinson, 7 p.m. See

TRIXIE MATTEL: NOW WITH MOVING PARTS TOUR Live drag performance. Broadway Theatre, 8 p.m. See

SALSA NIGHT Evening of social dance. LB Distillers, lesson by donation at 8:30 p.m.

YUK YUKS COMEDY CLUB Stand-up with Dave Nystrom & Serena Shane. Park Town Hotel, 9 p.m. See

Saturday 23

LIVING SKY TRIATHLON This event includes a foot race, cycling and swimming. Pike Lake Provincial Park, registration at 7 a.m. See

SASK SPIKEFEST This one-day spikeball tournament includes games in competitive, non-competitive and women’s divisions, and concludes with an after-party. Location t.b.a. For details e-mail

PRIDE PARADE The marshalling point is under University Bridge at 10 a.m., with the parade through the downtown at 1 p.m. followed by Pride in the Park at River Landing with live music, refreshments and more. See

HEMPFEST CANNABIS EXPO This two-day event includes presentations and vendor displays about the medical use of cannabis. Prairieland Park, June 23–24, noon to 5 p.m. Includes early bird and day of admission prices. See

TOP SHELF ROAD HOCKEY SERIES Two-day shinny tournament with men’s, women’s, youth, co-ed and recreation divisions. Prairieland Park, June 23–24. See

CLEAN OUT FOR CATS This is a Value Village style fundraiser where SCAT Street Cat Rescue is seeking donations of gently used clothing and other items to help care for displaced felines. See for details.

L. J. NELSON: THAT IS NOT ME: A JOURNEY OF PERCEPTION Signing for a memoir about the author’s experience growing up as a Little Person with Achondroplasia. McNally Robinson, 1 p.m. See


DESIGN CANADA Screening of a new documentary on the history of graphic design in Canada, with a follow-up Q&A. Rainbow Cinemas, 7 p.m. See

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN BALLROOM DANCING CLUB Social dance in the ballroom style. Holy Trinity Cathedral (919 20th St. W.), 7–10 p.m. $5 members, $10 non-members.

UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY Free public viewing Saturdays 9:15–11:45 p.m. Campus Drive. Sunday 24

SASKATOON WALK FOR ALS The fundraiser to support ALS research starts at Saskatoon Legion Branch #63 (606 Spadina Cres. W.), with registration and walk times t.b.d. See

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


SASKATOON OPERA: LA BOHÈME Presentation of Puccini’s famous opera about a doomed love affair in the Latin Quarter of Paris in the early 19th century. Rawlco Radio Hall, June 16, 19 and 21 at 7:30 p.m., and June 23 at 2 p.m. See

EMMA This adaptation of Jane Austen’s 1815 romantic comedy was written by Jon Jory, and is presented by the Newman Players. Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium, June 14–16, 7 p.m. $15, $8 Students/Youths. See

I REMEMBER MAMA This comedy looks at the life of a Norwegian immigrant family in 1910 through the eyes of the eldest daughter. Barn Playhouse (25 km. north of Saskatoon) Performances run June 20–23 and 27–30 at 7:30 p.m. and June 24 and July 1 at 2 p.m. See

CENTENNIAL COLLEGIATE ART SHOW This student art exhibition will be on display until June 26. Alice Turner Library, 6 p.m. See

YOUNG NATURALISTS’ BLUEBIRD TRAIL Outdoor nature activity geared to children, but a parent or guardian must also attend. Weekday sessions are at 6:30 p.m., with some  Saturday and Sunday sessions at 1 p.m. Runs until July 4. Pre-register at

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 a.m.–2 p.m. Proceeds go to non-budgetary library projects.

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.


Thursday 7

DANI & LIZZY with DJ Kookum, Eekwol and T-Rhyme at Capitol Music Club. See

THE FAB FOUR: THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE at Dakota Dunes Casino, show at 8 p.m. See

CLAUDE BOURBON at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

FKB at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Friday 8

JAY & JO at the Bassment, 9 p.m. See

OCEAN ALLEY with J.J. White at Capitol Music Club. See

EMOTION FESTIVAL SASKATOON PRE PARTY featuring Monkey Twerk, J.A.DJ vs U.S. Marshall, Adamantium, Jamgo, Vanillacide and more at Divas Nightclub, 9 p.m.

A TRIBUTE TO ELVIS IN CONCERT with Chris Connor and Pete Paquette at Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. See

FIRING THE SKY with Violent Betty at Amigos Cantina. See

SASKATCHEWAN SÖL at Riverside Badminton and Tennis Club, 6:30 p.m. Admission by donation, with proceeds to support the Canadian Cancer Society.

SLIGHTLY OFF CENTRE at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

STUCK IN THE 80S at Bud’s on Broadway. See

TORCHWOOD at the Dogg House, 9:30 p.m.

Saturday 9

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

FAREWELL GALA CONCERT featuring local musicians who have performed at Third Avenue United Church over the years. 304 3rd Ave. N., 6:30 p.m. Admission by donation.

HEIDI MUNRO & THE REALGROOVYBAND (CD release) at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

BEARS IN HAZENMORE with Anna Haverstock at Amigos Cantina. See


WHACKBAMTHUDD (live percussion concert) at Broadway Theatre, 7 p.m. See


COLLEEN CARR at Nutana Legion, 8 p.m.

STUCK IN THE 80S at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Sunday 10


ON THE BEAT featuring Mr. Fudge, Jake Likwid, Fink, dsp and Dr. J at Amigos Cantina, noon to 5 p.m. See

SUNDAY JAM at Bud’s on Broadway, Sundays at 8 p.m. See

Monday 11

CARVIN JONES at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Tuesday 12

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

CARVIN JONES at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Wednesday 13

OPEN MIC at Melody Bar, every Wednesday at 9 p.m.

SMOKE WAGON at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Thursday 14

BOOTS AND HOOTS with Lost Highway Navigators at Capitol Music Club. See

RICHARD INMAN at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

SMOKE WAGON at Bud’s on Broadway. See

SLUDGEHAMMER with Kelevra, Maelstrom Vale and Rebirth at Black Cat Tavern.

SPACEMINTS presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with The 204 and The TMC at the Underground Café, 7 p.m. $5. All ages.

ANCIENT PIG presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with Snake River, Ygretz and The Sex Geckos at La Troupe du Jour (914 20th St. W.)

Friday 15

AUTOPILOT with Crooked Spies and Young James at Capitol Music Club. See

BACK OF THE BUS at the Bassment, 9 p.m. See

WHOOP-SZO presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with The Avulsions, Mosfett and Man Meat at Amigos Cantina. See

BABYFATS presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with Dead Fibres, The Fapulist and Sharing at Black Cat Tavern.

HUNG JURY at Bud’s on Broadway. See

WEARELABRATS (EP release It’s Been a Slice) with Beary Daniels, Filth the Enabler, Enjay and Known Prophet at the Underground Café, show at 9 p.m.

RACHEL ELIZABETH at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

ALL MIGHTY VOICE at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill, 9 p.m.

Saturday 16

SOCIAL DISTORTION with Aaron Lee Tasjan and Jade Jackson at O’Brians Event Centre. See

WANG CHUNG & CUTTING CREW at Dakota Dunes Casino, show at 8 pm. See

B.A. JOHNSTON presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with Johnny 2 Fingers & The Deformities and Off The Top Rope at Amigos Cantina. See

SHIRLEY & THE PYRAMIDS (album release) presented as part of the Nightshirt Festival with Sunny Day Encore, Also, Also, Also and Ancient Greens at Black Cat Tavern.

HUNG JURY at Bud’s on Broadway. See

GUD & BOUJEE at Melody Bar, 10 p.m. $5.

ALL MIGHTY VOICE at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill, 9 p.m.

LEN OCHS DANCE NIGHT at the Royal Canadian Legion (606 Spadina Cres. W.), 8 p.m.

MEMORY LANE at Nutana Legion, 8 p.m.

Sunday 17

LOUISIANA HAYRIDE SHOW featuring tributes to the music of Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Roy Orbison and more at Broadway Theatre, 7 p.m. See

XAVIER RUDD (Storm Boy Tour) with Emmanual Jal at O’Brians Event Centre. See

Monday 18

GUN HILL ROYALS at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Tuesday 19

AN EVENING WITH KACY & CLAYTON at the Bassment, show at 8 p.m. $20 CFCR members, $25 non-members.

DEAD QUIET with Hashteroid with guests at Black Cat Tavern.

DANIEL CAESAR at TCU Place, 8 p.m. See

GUN HILL ROYALS at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Wednesday 20

SONS OF THE PIONEERS with MC Roy Rogers Jr. at Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. See


JO PASSED with guests at Amigos Cantina. See

FERNY TURNBULL at Bud’s on Broadway. See

NIGHTGIRL with Mr. Awesome at d’Lish by Tish Café, 7:30 p.m.

Thursday 21

BROCK ANDREWS & BRODY SIEBERT at Broadway Theatre, 7:30 p.m. See

BLIND MELON with guests at Capitol Music Club, show at 9 p.m. See

FERNY TURNBULL at Bud’s on Broadway. See

Friday 22

CABARET FOR THE CURE featuring music by The Gong Show along with a silent auction and tequila and scotch bar. TCU Place, 7 p.m. Tickets and

RALPH and Mathew V. River Landing & Loud and Proud Stage (414 Spadina Cres. E.). See

ROCK CANDY at Bud’s on Broadway. See

RIVERS EDGE at Toon Town Tavern 9 p.m.

Saturday 23

WHILE ROME BURNS at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

MEN WITHOUT SHAME at Bud’s on Broadway. See

MO KENNEY with Anna Haverstock at Loud and Proud Stage (414 Spadina Cres. E.). See

13-13 with Susynne Kroe at the Feisty Goat Bar & Grill.

GURLS! LADIES NIGHT with Montreal DJ Sandy Duperval at Drift Sidewalk Café & Vista Lunge, 9 p.m. See

STEVE NEWSOME at the Longbranch, doors at 8:30 p.m. $5.

BARN DANCE with music by Kirby Criddle, Moonshine Misses and Mahogany Frog at barefoot earth farm (Viscount), music at 7 p.m. BYOB, but food and beer available for purchase. $15.

Jazz & Classical

Thursday 7

BIG FAT CALICO CAT featuring music Therese Epp and Bryn Becker at Pink Nightclub, music at 10 p.m.

Friday 8

STRATA NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL featuring vocalist Helen Pridmore and the Strata Ensemble performing scores for short films which pair filmmakers Kolby Kostyniuk, Ella Mikkola, Marc Pelletier and Lindsey Rewuski with composers Kirsten Ewart, Steve Leidal, Tiess McKenzie and Darren Miller. Roxy Theatre, 8 p.m. See

Saturday 9

STRATA NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL featuring local musicians doing chamber music collaborations inspired by a site-specific sound installation by Gordon Monahan at Remai Modern, 8 p.m. See

Sunday 10

STRATA NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL featuring the Strata Ensemble performing a selection of compositions by guest artist Annette Brosin from Germany along with work by several local composers. SSO Performance Space (408 20th St. W.), 3 p.m. See

Wednesday 13

SASKATOON CONCERT BAND at River Landing, 6:45 p.m. (Weather permitting) See

Saturday 16

CAROL WELSMAN (Sign of the Times fundraiser) at the Bassment, 8 p.m. See

TRIO/JAZZ at Prairie Ink, 8 p.m. See

Sunday 17

SOLSTICE JAZZ LUNCHEON at the Bassment, 1 p.m. See


(See for details)

Friday 22

THE EMMETT FORTOSKY GROUP at Barney Kutz Pocket Park, 11:45 a.m.

SONS OF DJANGO at Shift Restaurant (Remai Modern), 1:30 p.m.

NUTRIEN FREE STAGE with Kyle Krysa and Distant Conversation (4 p.m.), Wilma Groenen Band (6 p.m.) and Jack Semple (8 p.m.) at Kiwanis Park North.

GHOST NOTE with The Gaff at Capitol Music Club, 10:30 p.m.

THE FLAMING LIPS with Wand at TD Main Stage, 8 p.m.

CHERRY GLAZERR with Wand at Amigos Cantina, 10:30 p.m.

HOT CLUB SASKATOON at the James Hotel, 10:30 p.m.

SHAKE STEW at the Bassment, 9 p.m.

THE REAL GROOVY QUARTET featuring Heidi Munro at 6Twelve Lounge, 10:30 p.m.

Saturday 23

RANDY WOODS BAND at Finn’s Irish Pub, 7 p.m.

NUTRIEN FREE STAGE with Yoga Jam (10:30 a.m.), Hot Club Saskatoon (noon), Sons of Django (2 p.m.), Joe Grundahl Trio (4 p.m.), Denise Valle (6 p.m.) and Parab Poet and the Hip Hop Hippies at Kiwanis Park North.

SUE FOLEY BAND (with guest Lou Ann Barton) and Apollo Cruz at Amigos Cantina, 10:30 p.m.

TOM COCHRANE WITH RED RYDER with the Romi Mayes Band at TD Main Stage, 8 p.m.

ELVIN BISHOP’S BIG FUN TRIO with Jack Semple at Broadway Theatre, 8 p.m.

ALSARAH & THE NUBATONES at the Bassment, 9 p.m.

DENISE VALLE at the James Hotel, 10:30 p.m.

LOS 3 AMIGOS at 6Twelve Lounge, 10:30 p.m.

Sunday 24

MINIVANDAL at Drift Sidewalk Café, 11:30 a.m.

NUTRIEN FREE STAGE with Fiyan Obayan (noon), Stone Frigate Big Band (2 p.m.), Marc Holt Quintet (4 p.m.), JJ White & the Release (6 p.m.) and The Steadies (8 p.m.) at Kiwanis Park North.

MATT ANDERSEN & THE BONA FIDE with Sue Foley Band (with guest Lou Ann Barton) at TD Main Stage, 8 p.m.

SASKATOON JAZZ ORCHESTRA & GUESTS present Ellington Reimagined at Broadway Theatre, 8 p.m.

SHABAZZ PALACES with Charly Hustle at Capitol Music Club, 10:30 p.m.


Solo: A Star Wars Story only made $100 million at the box office, which I guess is bad for a Star Wars movie. But considering all the production troubles on what amounted to an unnecessary stand alone movie that even Disney was hesitant to promote, I don’t think it’s too bad. Still, it may make Disney rethink its Star Wars strategy. /Shane Hnetka


Friday 8

HEREDITARY This horror movie won over critics and audiences at Sundance Film Festival in January. The trailer even caused some controversy when it was accidently shown in theatres in front of Peter Rabbit. The premise sees a grandmother’s death trigger a whole bunch of creepy occult stuff for the bereaved family.

OCEAN’S 8 Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna and Helena Bonham Carter star in this all female version of Ocean’s 11. Gary Ross’ directorial credits include Pleasantville, Seabiscuit, The Hunger Games and Free State of Jones so hopefully he’s made a decent movie here.

HOTEL ARTEMIS Jodie Foster runs a secret hospital for injured criminals on the run from the law in “near future” Los Angeles. Sterling K. Brown comes in for help, but then bad guys show up, looking to get some stolen goods back.

Friday 15

THE INCREDIBLES 2 Even if Solo doesn’t make its money back, Disney isn’t exactly hurting for cash, not with Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and now this sequel to one of their more popular Pixar movies. Granted, it’s been 14 years, but this should still do pretty good box office as we follow the further adventures of the super-powered family created by Brad Bird. Hopefully, it’s more than just a bunch of Mr. Mom jokes.

TAG Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Annabell Wallis, Hannibal Buress, Isla Fisher, Rashida Jones, Leslie Bibb and John Hamm star in this true-life story about a group of friends who have been playing the same game of tag since they were kids.

Friday 22

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM After roaming free for three years, the dinosaurs on Isla Nublar are threatened with extinction when a volcano erupts, so a decision is made to mount a rescue operation. Gee, what could possibly go wrong with that (cough, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, cough)? To make matters worse, the corporation behind the plan is evil! I’ve got nothing against dinosaurs — in fact, I love them. But would it kill Hollywood to do a dino movie without any ties to Jurassic Park? Sadly, all it gives us is more of the same.

Broadway Theatre

Sunday 10

7:00 NEVER STEADY NEVER STILL This debut feature by Kathleen Hepburn sees a B.C. woman struggle to cope with Parkinson’s while her son, who works in the Alberta oil patch, wrestles with his sexual identity. Encore screenings June 11, 13 at 9 p.m., June 12, 15 at 7 p.m.

9:00 OH LUCY! A single, repressed Tokyo woman enrols in an English class where she’s required to don a blonde wig and take on the alter ego of “Lucy”.  That sounds like a great premise for a comedy, but the film takes a dark turn when her niece runs off with the instructor (Josh Hartnett) and she ends up travelling to California to search for her. Encore screenings June 11, 13 at 7 p.m., June 12, 15 at 9 p.m.

Thursday 14

8:00 DAZED AND CONFUSED Richard Linklater’s classic comedy about Texas teenagers in high school in the 1970s.

Saturday 16

POWERPUFF GIRLS Proceeds from this screening of the 2002 animated film go to Girls Rock Camp Saskatoon. Show at 11 a.m.

BOOK OF TRESPASSES Sneak preview of a locally shot film about supernatural happenings at a fundamentalist bible camp. Screenings at 2:30 and 6:45 p.m.

Roxy Theatre

June 7

ANNIE This screening of the 1982 musical is presented by Saskatoon Summer Players in advance of a stage version of the musical that SSP is presenting at Rawlco Radio Hall from June 30–July 8. See for more on that.

June 8

DISOBEDIENCE A woman (Rachel Weisz) returns home to her strict Orthodox Jewish community when her father passes away and finds herself rekindling a forbidden relationship with her childhood friend Rachel McAdams. Directed by Sebastian Lelio.

Thursday 14

7:00 THE BIRDCAGE Robin Williams stars in this Hollywood remake of the classic French farce La Cage aux Folles about a gay couple pretending to be straight to impress their son’s fiancé’s family. Held as part of Pride Week.

Friday 15

THE SEAGULL Elisabeth Moss, Saoirse Ronan, Annette Bening and Corey Stoll star in this costume drama based on the Chekov play where a group of people gather at a country estate and a bunch of romantic complications ensue.


AKA Artist-Run Centre

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

#CALLRESPONSE Group exhibition by 11 female Indigenous artists on the theme of reconciliation. Organized by Tarah Hogue, Maria Hupfield and Tania Willard. Co-presented with Wanuskewin Heritage Centre. See Museums for more details. (Until July 13, with a reception on June 15 at 8 p.m.)

Art Placement

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

JENNIFER CRANE: REVERIE IN DARKNESS Exhibition of photographs which explore themes of memory, narrative and archival history. (Until June 21.)

FIGUREGROUND Exhibition of paintings by local artists who focus on the human form in much of their practice. (June 23–Aug. 2.)

College Art Gallery 1 & 2

MacKinnon Building | 306-966-4571 |

LORI BLONDEAU: GRACE: A SURVEY This mid-career survey exhibition celebrates the work of Saskatchewan Indigenous performance artist Lori Blondeau including memorable critiques she’s made of Indian Princess and Squaw stereotypes. Curated by Leah Taylor. (Opening performance Are You My Mother? on June 15 at 7 p.m. followed by a reception, runs until Aug. 31.)

The Eye Gallery

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

CHRIS BORSHOWA: LOST WHISPERS Exhibition of artistic photographs by Weyburn studio photographer. (Until June 30.)

Frances Morrison Gallery

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

LOUISA FERGUSON: THE APPARENT MAGNITUDE OF EVERY DAY Described as a “memoir in glass”, this exhibition sees the artist track the passage of the moon in her life over a year. (Until June 21.)

Gallery On The Greens

2325 Preston Ave. | 306-374-2644 |

FOR THE TABLE Exhibition of functional ceramics presented by 12 artists from Clay Studio Three. (Until June.)

Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Murray Building | 306-966-4208 |

FULL STACK : HALF STACK : NIGHT : OF MOTION Group exhibition where artists produce work according to four specific guidelines outlined in the title. Curated by Ben Marianovits of Wahbee Sahbee collective. (Until June 8, with closing reception at 7 p.m.)

SENIOR PRINTMAKING EXHIBITION This exhibition of student work is curated by Patrick Bulas. (June 18–22.)

Kenderdine Gallery

Agriculture Building | 306-664-3385 |

CAMERON FORBES: OBSERVATION SURVEY DRAWINGS During a residency in May, the artist produced a series of paintings inspired by an architectural investigation she made of the Agriculture Building. Curated by Leah Taylor and Cole Thompson. (Until Aug. 31, with an artist talk July 12 at noon and a reception July 13 at 7:30 p.m.)

Paved Art & New Media

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

SCOTT BENESIINAABANDAN: ANIMIIKIKAA 10-97 This three-channel audio installation explores the history and contemporary use of the Anishinaabe language. (Until June 16, with a reception June 15 at 8 p.m.)

LISTEN, WITNESS, TRANSMIT This three-day gathering of Indigenous new media artists is co-hosted by the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition and Independent Media Arts Alliance, and includes satellite events at Wanuskewin Heritage Park and AKA Artist Centre. See (June 12–15.)

FLASHDANCE YXE This party with DJs, visual projections and interactive photo booths is a benefit for Blackflash magazine. (June 9. See

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. This exhibition was organized by the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and is the first retrospective of his work. (Until Aug. 12.)

PAUL CHAN: BATHERS AT NIGHT Exhibition of new sculptural works made of fabrics with attached fans that function like moving images. Curated by Gregory Burke. (Until July 8.)

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: Item Number (May 29–July 2), Were Here (July 3–Aug. 12) and Isla Santa Maria 3D (Aug. 17–Oct. 14).

PICASSO ON VIEW This selection of prints from the Remai’s extensive collection focus on a period in the late 1950s when the artist produced a series of linocuts to use as poster images for bull fights in France. Curated by Sandra Fraser. (Until July 20.)

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.)

ECHOES This exhibition features recent acquisitions by four leading Indigenous artists: Rebecca Belmore, Lori Blondeau, Raymond Boisjoly and Duane Linklater that explores issues related to history, tradition and contemporary culture. (Until Oct. 18.)

ARTFUL READING Hosted by Kim Ennis, this event features a discussion of Sarah Bakewell’s 2010 biography of Renaissance writer Michel Eyquem de Monatigne How to Live: Or a Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer. (June 12, 7 p.m. Register at

ZOOT SUIT Screening of Luis Valdez’s 1981 film inspired by the Zoot Suit Riots in Los Angles in 1943. (June 12, 7 p.m.)

THE HARDER THEY COME Screening of Perry Henzell’s 1972 film about a Jamaican reggae artist who resorts to petty crime to support himself. (June 15, 7 p.m.)

PRINCESS MONOKE Screening of Hayao Miyazaki’s 1997 animated classic about a princess raised by a wolf god. (June 16, 1 p.m.)

PLEIN AIR DRAWING AND PAINTING Open to adults, with all materials provided. (June 19, 7 p.m. $30. Register at 306-975-8031 or e-mail

IRACEMA (DE QUESTEMBERT) Screening of a short film about a young Indigenous woman who journeys from her village in Brazil to France and subsequently inherits her father’s estate. (June 22, 7 p.m.)

Rouge Gallery

245 3rd Ave. S. | 306-227-4140 |

BRANDI HOFER New body of work which the artist created in collaboration with her young son. (Until July 2.)

Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery

813 Broadway Ave. | 306-653-3616 |

CLAUDE MORIN: GRANDFATHER’S TEACHINGS OF THE MEADOW LARK This installation by the Fransaskois ceramic artist explores the interconnection between humanity and the natural world. (Until June 23, with an artist talk June 9 at 2 p.m. and reception 7–9 p.m.)

SCYAP Art Centre

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

KEVIN WESAQUATE: RED MIKHI WAHP Exhibition of mixed media works on the theme of “Revisiting the Red Tipi”. (June 18-July 18, with a reception on June 22 at 7 p.m.)

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 |

GREATER SASKATOON CATHOLIC SCHOOLS STUDENT ART EXHIBITION This exhibition features work from four local high schools. (Until June 28.)


Diefenbaker Canada Centre

306-966-8384 |

PERMANENT EXHIBIT Display of artifacts tied to the career and political legacy of John George Diefenbaker who served as a Saskatchewan MP from 1940–79 and Canadian Prime Minister from 1957–63.

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 June 24 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.

AT HOME IN ANCIENT ROME This exhibit includes artifacts and displays that recreate what life was like in the typical Roman household. Curated by Helanna Miagza. (Until August 17.)

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.

ROSE & LLOYD VIRAG: SANCTUM OF THE SETTLERS Exhibition of photographs examining the architectural legacy of Ukrainian Orthodox churches that were built on the prairies during the settlement period. (Until Sept. 15.)

Saskatchewan Aviation Museum

Bay 5 Hangar 5 Diefenbaker Airport | 306-651-7247 |

PERMANENT DISPLAY This museum is devoted to preserving aviation history in the commercial and military realm.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

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

AMANDA STRONG: PASKWÂW NÎPÎY Exhibition of three short films by the Indigenous filmmaker which explore themes related to territory, history and the connection of people to the past and present. (Until Aug. 24.)

#CALLRESPONSE Group exhibition by female Indigenous artists on the theme of reconciliation. Features work by Christi Belcourt, IV Castellanos, Marcia Crosby, Maria Hupfield, Ursula Johnson, Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Isaac Murdoch, Esther Neff, Tanya Tagaq, Tania Willard and Laakkuluk Williamson-Bathory. (Until July 13.)

LISTEN, WITNESS, TRANSMIT This three-day gathering of Indigenous new media artists is co-hosted by the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition and Independent Media Arts Alliance, and includes satellite events at PAVED Media Arts and AKA Artist Centre. It includes three days of workshops, presentations and exhibitions on the themes listening, witnessing and transmitting. See (June 12–16.)

ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG Opportunity to join University of Saskatchewan students on archaeological dig at the Wolf Willow dig site. (Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Until June 22.)

Western Development Museum

2610 Lorne Ave. | 306-931-1910 |

THEY WERE THERE… OVER THERE This exhibition commemorates the careers of Saskatchewan airmen who flew in the early days of aviation in the Great War. Includes artifacts from Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts. (Until Nov. 30.)

INTRODUCTION TO WET SHAVING One-day workshop to learn about the history of this manly art and how do it yourself. (June 9, 10:30 a.m. $20.)

LIVING HISTORY YOUNG PIONEER CAMP Registration is now open for half-day camps which run July 23–27 and July 30–Aug. 3. See website for details.