Brit's Picks: Top things to see and do this weekend
Let Britainy Robinson help you make your picks for a little family fun.
The award winning group of youngsters has prepared a show full of choral folk music from Canada and around the world.
This choir has earned an international reputation for its performance skills and you can see the show live.
United In Song will be performed Friday night at Third Avenue United Church in Saskatoon.
David Thauberger: Road Trips & Other Diversions is a full overview of the Regina artist's work.
Thauberger's work focuses on the architecture and scenery right here on the prairies.
And a cool feature for this show is how digitally connected it is.
There's a free app you can download that will let you watch videos and learn more about the artwork as you explore the
Loud, adventurous kids exploring and sometimes, fixing the world around them.
The retelling of these stories has become the lifeblood of Wide Open Children's Theatre and its puppet productions.
This is their 10th production of Robert Munsch stories.
You can see Magical Munsch at The Refinery until April 21st.
Regina & Area
The Creative City Centre is focusing squarely on emerging women on the Canadian music scene.
Shows kick off Saturday with Saskatoon's Sarah Farthing.
Farthing has been hard at work in the recording studio the last few months and now we get to hear how it all turned out.
She'll be debuting the new tracks at this show.
On Sunday, Megan Nash, Fern & Mary Caroline take over the microphones.
This will be in a songwriter circle format where the musicians will tell stories behind the music and then play for you.
The music happens this weekend at the Creative City Centre.
The club was started by 5 local high school students in 1962.
It celebrates cars in all their hot rod glory. More than 200 vehicles will be on display and its a judged, competitive event.
This year there will be a special appearances by Danny and Kevin from the American reality series Counting Cars.
The Majestics Car Show is Saturday and Sunday at Evraz Place.
Salut Mes Amis
Help support the Fransaskois.
Saskatchewan's French community is gathering to celebrate its own and raise a little money.
There will be a kitchen party with fiddlers and performances by artists like Annette Campagne, Indigo Joseph and Mourice Drouin.
Rwandan dancers and acrobatics by Cirque nova will also take the stage for this circus themed event.
Everyone is welcome to the Broadcast Centre to see the show live.
The doors open at 5pm.
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