Saskatoon & Area
Look up, way up and you'll see some of the most spectacular fireworks in Canada, all set to music this weekend.
The PotashCorp Fireworks Festival is back for another year.
Some of the best teams in the country will put on two nights full of fire in the sky.
Not all the fun is for when the sun sets.
There will be facepainting, bouncy castles and plenty of entertainment for the whole family.
Performances on the mainstage include bands like Absofunkinlutely, the Classy Chassys and the Oral Fuentes Reggae Band.
The party kicks off at River Landing Friday night and runs until Saturday.
And if the weather is ugly on either night, the organizers say the big show will be moved to Sunday.
Walk Through Time
It's a chance to experience the pioneer traditions of this province and do it in an historic place.
The Marr Residence is holding its annual Harvest Fair.
There will be demonstrations, crafts and plenty of homemade preserves to sample.
You can earn real bragging rights for your own pickles, jams and jellies... just make sure you get those entries in early.
The Marr was one of the first homes ever built in Saskatoon and it still stands along with these much loved traditions today.
Check out the Harvest Festival on Monday.
Back to School Bash
Class is almost in session and why not say goodbye to Summer with an all out Country good time?
Codie Prevost will be kicking up his boots at Outlaws in Saskatoon on Sunday night.
The Saskatchewan Country Music Association award winner has had a great year with some new music and plenty of shows.
He's putting the finishing touches on a new album.
Dance the night away with Codie Prevost at the Back To School Bash.
Regina & Area
It's a show about passion, heartache and all things Riders.
Rider Girl is a one woman play written and starring real life fan Colleen Sutton.
This show is all about how one single game changed her life and how she's turned into a dyed in the wool fan.
Rider Girl got rave reviews on the Fringe circuit this year and Sutton even performed her play for the team.
You can see the show for yourself--it runs Friday to Saturday at The Artesian.
It's the perfect way to warm up before the Labour Day Classic.
So, after the big Saskatchewan vs. Winnipeg grudge match on Sunday, where do you go to celebrate?
Luckily, the green and white have you covered.
The Riderville Cabaret is a post game party featuring groups like One Bad Son, Wonderland and Trooper.
Rock the night away and get a taste of the Grey Cup spirit in advance.
It's all happening Sunday night at the Credit Union Eventplex.
They've been training for this for weeks and now it's time to hit the water.
The Regina Dragon Boat Festival is back for another year in Wascana Park.
46 teams will hit the water over two days.
During the compeition fans can check out the arts and crafts marketplace, the food court and the live entertainment on stage.
There's even music and playtime for the kids.
It's all happening in Wascana Park Friday and Saturday.