Brit's Picks: Top things to see and do this weekend
Let Britainy Robinson help you fill your days off with a little fun.
Saskatoon & Area
The Saskatoon Fashion and Design Festival is back for its third year.
Local designers will be showing off their wares at workshops, parties and of course, on the runway.
On Saturday the show will be setting up the catwalk at the Mercedes Benz dealership.
And on Sunday, there'll be a freebie with a pose and shop event down at River Landing.
The fun kicks off Thursday and runs until Sunday at various venues around the city.
Shake It Till You Make It
This weekend TCU Place is host to the 2014 Salsa & Bachata Congress.
Talent from Dubai, the United States, Columbia and of course, right here in Saskatchewan will be dancing.
The competitors will put on workshops and performances.
This is also where the best of the best will compete for a chance to qualify for the World Latin Dance Cup.
Congress kicks off Thursday and runs until Sunday at TCU Place.
Night in Neverland
The classic tale of Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up, Captain Hook, Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys is on stage right now at Persephone Theatre.
It's the latest offering from the theatre's Kinsmen Young Company. It's a group of 14- to 19-year-olds who've been training just for this production.
The show runs at the theatre Thursday till Sunday.
Regina & Area
Something you wrote your parents from Summer camp or even an old book report?
CBC Radio is presenting a show called Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids.
It's an open mic evening and everyone's invited to read those first creations in front of a room full of strangers.
It's fun and sometimes pretty darn revealing.
These performances will be recorded for broadcast later this Summer. That's at the Artful Dodger on Sunday.
Wings Over Wascana or WOW is a festival that happens in May to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day.
Saturday there will be a chance for nature lovers to bird and turtle watch and take a tour of the marsh.
There will also be a chance to learn about the Goat Grazing Project and to see the goats get to work protecting the environment from invasive species.
It's all happening at the Habitat Conservation Area on Saturday.
The young artist specializes in plucked guitar strings and love songs.
Local audiences will know him by his given name Danny Goertz. He played with the indie band Fly Points.
Now he's got a new name and Olliver is getting set to release his debut solo album.
You can see Danny Olliver on stage at the Exchange Friday night.