Brit's Picks: Top things to see and do this Easter weekend
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Regina & Area
Dribbling good time
Special K Daley, Hi-Lite Bruton and Dizzy Grant will all be on the court spinning balls and performing trick shots. The best part of a Globetrotters' show is when they pull the kids out to try a few tricks.
The team will play Friday in Regina at the Brandt Centre. On Saturday players move a little further down the road to Saskatoon's Credit Union Centre.
Egg-splore the town
On Saturday you can do just that as you explore the community of Lumsden.
Over the Hill Orchard is hosting it's annual egg hunt. Children will wander downtown collecting eggs from local businesses.
Your reward at the end, a cherry mini-sundae.
The hunt begins at 10 a.m.
Now, bonafide stars, Florida Georgia Line is out on the road on its Good Times Tour.
The critics have dubbed the duo's sound "bro music" and it seems to suit. It's the type of music you'd crank up while having beers in the back yard.
You can see Florida Georgia Line live in the Queen City Friday night at the Brandt Centre.
Saskatoon & Area
Egg hunts at the Western Development Museum and the Giggle Factory, but there's one hunt that will get you some fresh air as well.
The Meewasin Valley Authority is holding it's annual History Scavenger Hunt Day. Head down to the Meewasin Valley Centre at 1 p.m.
You'll be given your clues and the search can begin. There will be Easter treats!
Car lovers throw off the covers on their hot rods and fire up the engines to drive down to Prairieland Park for the Draggins Rod & Custom Car shows.
The show is a competitive event that celebrates 54 years this year. All money raised goes to Camp Easter Seal.
There are more than 250 vehicles featured in this show and for the owners, it's a labour of love they want to share with the public.
The car show runs at Prairieland Park on Friday and Saturday.
Rockin' the sabbath
Of course, the big name hitting the stage on Friday is Black Sabbath. There's no ignoring the likes of Ozzy Osborne, but this is the first time Cook's fans will be able to see him perform in his hometown as Reignwolf.
Cook said he's going to have plenty of friends and family in the audience to see him open for heavy metal royalty.
You can see the spectacle for yourself Friday at Credit Union Centre.