Things to do This Weekend in Saskatoon

Events for the week of June 21 to 27, 2018

This weekend, you can expect the heartbeat of downtown Saskatoon to be close to it’s peak BPM.  Festival season is heating up with the final days of Saskatoon Pride and the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival overlapping each other this Friday through Sunday.

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Among copious free festival activities, you’ll find community events happening in your neighbourhood. Test your off-the-grid cooking skills at “Saskatchewan Glamping” and learn more about Cannabis at HempFest. Early next week go dancing on the riverbank, or try speed dating.

32 THINGS TO DO IN SASKATOON THIS WEEKEND

Check out the listings below:

THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2018

5:00 PM YOGAthon Saskatoon at Rotary Park
5:00 PM Thursday Night Art Market at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
7:00 PM Come OUT & Listen at d’Lish by Tish Café
7:00 PM Rustic Sign Night at Leopolds Tavern
9:00 PM Blind Melon at Capitol Music Club

FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018

FREE Kinsmen Day at the Zoo
FREE Slurpee Crazy Hair Day
6:30 PM Friday Night Films at Carlyle King Branch Library
6:30 PM Saskatchewan Glamping with Chef Lindsay Janzen at The Local Kitchen
7:30 PM Heart Songs (sing & play alongs) with Brian Paul D.G. & Friends! at d’Lish by Tish Café

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2018

7:30 AM Broadway Fit Fest at Ryde Cycle Studio
9:00 AM Street Stall Saturdays at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
9:30 AM Spikeball Tournament
10:30 AM Yoga Jam at SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
12:00 PM HempFest Cannabis Expo at Prairieland Park
1:00 PM AcroYoga Beginner Workshop at Dance Saskatchewan
1:00 PM Pride Parade at University Bridge
7:00 PM Walk With Me at The Roxy Theatre
9:00 PM Alsarah & the Nubatones at The Bassment
9:00 PM PiNK Pride Street Party at PiNK Lounge & Nightclub

SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 2018

10:00 AM Whipping It Up in the Market Kitchen at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
12:00 PM Fiyin Obayan at Friendship Park
2:00 PM Family Fun Day at German Culture Centre
2:30 PM Walk With Me at The Roxy Theatre
3:00 PM Outdoor Cooking with Chef Simon at Brighton Information Centre

MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2018

7:00 PM Speed Dating for Gay Singles at Finn’s Irish Pub
7:30 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park

TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2018

7:00 PM Back to 1983: The Outsiders at The Roxy Theatre
7:00 PM Speed Dating for Singles at Finn’s Irish Pub
7:00 PM Vintage Swing at River Landing Water Park
7:30 PM UADA, Wolvhammer, Black Moriah, Altars of Grief at Black Cat Tavern

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2018

6:00 PM Garden Patch Workshop: Edible and Medicinal Plants in your Garden at 900 Block of Third Avenue
6:30 PM Write-On Wednesdays at Frances Morrison Library
7:00 PM Death Café Saskatoon (SOLD OUT) at 609 Dufferin Ave
7:30 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park
9:30 PM Deerhoof at Amigos Cantina

SASKATCHEWAN-WIDE EVENTS:

June 21 National Indigenous Peoples Day at Batoche National Historic Site
June 21 – 24 Long Day’s Night Music Festival in Swift Current
June 22 – 23 Southern Saskatchewan Summer Solstice in Gravelbourg
June 22 – 24 Moose Jaw Hometown Fair
June 23 – 24 SaskPower Windscape Kite Festival in Swift Current

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Admission to Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo is FREE This Friday

Meerkat at Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo

If you were looking for even more incentive to go check out the meerkats in the evening, here’s your chance. The City of Saskatoon is making it easy with FREE admission to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo ALL DAY June 22 from 9 AM to 9 PM.

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If you’re around during the day, there will be family activities, entertainment, and educational activities between 10 AM and 4 PM courtesy of the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon and The Saskatoon Zoo Society.

The meerkats are at their peak activity level in the evening, and there are tons of other animals to see like wolves, bears, cougars, bison, goats, and more.

Adult admission is regularly $12.50. Visitors are encouraged to bring non-perishables to donate to the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre in lieu of admission.

“Please note that parking, stroller, wagon, and fishing fees will still apply.”

Kinsmen Day at the Zoo 2018

Where: Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo
When: Friday, June 22, 2018
What: Free admission, family entertainment

Round up your tribe and head to the Zoo! Share your best pics with the community by tagging #DoSask.

Feature image: City of Saskatoon News

Gay Bars and Nightclubs in Saskatchewan

Gay Bars and Nightclubs in Saskatchewan: Divas

Saskatchewan isn’t necessarily known as the world’s most progressive place. With our biggest exports being grain and potash, the common stereotype is that we’re akin to America’s deep south – conservative, closed-minded farmers. And it doesn’t help that a once-frustrated hometown star, Joni Mitchell, labelled the entire community of Saskatoon as bigoted.

Gay Bars & Nightclubs in Saskatchewan

That’s why it’s impressive that we have a few dedicated spaces for the LGBTQ community. While there is no “gay district”, we’ve got gay-friendly locales that you can spread out to across the province.

Since Pride Month is in full swing, I thought I’d take some time to raise awareness for the gay nightclubs and bars in Saskatchewan that you can take advantage of all year. Because homosexuality should be accepted as a norm in society and we’ve still got a long way to go.

Enjoy a cocktail and meet up with other like-minded peeps. Between Regina and Saskatoon, there are three major nightclubs that serve gay clientele:

Diva’s Nightclub in Saskatoon

Gay Bars and Nightclubs in Saskatchewan: Divas
Photo via Diva’s

Opening nearly 40 years ago, Diva’s is a historic establishment that boasts itself as “Saskatoon’s Premier Gay Bar”. Come in through the back alley on an average weekend for laser lights, live DJs, and dancing. Save the date for special events like regular Ru Paul’s Drag Race viewing parties, drag queen contests, and eye-popping live entertainment.

PiNK Lounge & Nightclub in Saskatoon

With a multi-level interior design that changes almost as quickly as a chameleon, PiNK’s operators like to keep patrons on their toes. The last time I went, they had a giant raised pole in the middle of the dance floor – who knows what they’ll have next month! Plenty of inclusive events happen here regularly.

Q Nightclub & Lounge in Regina

As one of the last community-owned gay bars in Canada, Q is a hub for Regina’s LGBTQ crowd. Feel connected and welcomed at weekly open mics, drag queen bingo, karaoke, trivia, and more! Q also hosts special events complete with go-go dancers.

Local Gay-Friendly Bars

The following Saskatoon* spots work with the LGBTQ community to create a gay-friendly space and regular themed events:

Village Guitar & Amp in Riversdale Saskatoon

Guitar shop by day, inspiring event space by night. This one-of-a-kind venue is not a regular bar, but hosts many live music shows, weddings, fundraisers, and more throughout the year.

Capitol Music Club in Downtown Saskatoon

Capitol is a downtown spot with a full-menu and massive interior space for dancing, live music, and comedy nights. For something different, go during the afternoon to enjoy the hanging indoor plants and skylight.

They have signs placed all around the bar explaining what to avoid talking about while inside, including politics and religion.

Amigos Cantina near Broadway in Saskatoon

One of Saskatoon’s biggest community-centred hubs, Amigos Cantina is a place where you’ll enjoy a wide variety of Mexican cuisine and pub classics. They host live musicians, improv comedy, karaoke, and themed dances – sometimes on the same night. Enjoy a cold cocktail on their patio after a long day.

Louis’ Pub at the University of Saskatchewan Campus

Louis’ is a casual student hang-out that partners with the USSU Pride Centre to host LGBTQ events. Along with pub fare, you can find many different reasons to check out Louis’ for live shows and sporting events.

Drift Sidewalk Cafe & Vista Lounge in Riversdale Saskatoon

Whether you’re dropping in for a late brunch, or want spectacular twilight view of the riverbank, the whimsical Drift Sidewalk Cafe & Vista Lounge has some incredible options for you. Both their space and menu is dynamic, with seasonal eats, local craft beer, and cocktails that hit the spot.

Finn’s Irish Pub

Located on the corner of Spadina and 25th Street, Finn’s Irish Pub is a nice place to stop in for a cold brew while walking along the riverbank with your honey. They offer regular free live music, paint nites, and special holiday events. Check out their large patio in the summer time.

*At publishing, I couldn’t easily track down gay-friendly nightclubs or bars in other Saskatchewan cities. If you want to be included on this listing, please send a message to info@dosask.com.

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Featured image: Diva’s Facebook Page

29 Canada Day Weekend Things to do in Saskatoon 2018

Canada Day weekend can be a challenge to plan in Saskatoon. With so much going on, it’s difficult to choose where you want to be. There are plenty of things happening in the city, so stick around!

This year, I’m making an effort to find a little something for you well in advance. Some events are free, but require advance registration. Others require a ticket to attend. So get ready to take in some live music, festivals, and fireworks. And don’t forget your sunscreen!

29 CANADA DAY WEEKEND THINGS TO DO IN SASKATOON 2018

FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018

Family Fun Day at Kinsmen Park

School’s out, fun’s in! This special 1-hour-long family event will give unlimited rides to the first 100 people to register.

Al Muirhead’s Canadian Quintet (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

FREE Illumination Concert Series – REZZ

This event requires advance registration. It’s an EDM show that’s travelling all across Canada.”Headliner REZZ featuring Dj MICHELLE C & Jonny Love-Drunk Farber at O’Brians Event Centre.”

Red Baraat (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Brunch for Dinner with Rural

“Think brunch is for Sunday morning? Think again! Chef Scott Dicks will show you how to make some of your weekend favourites that you can prepare for breakfast or dinner.”

SUMMER HOLIDAY KICKOFF CONCERT

All ages event at The Roxy ft. ILLIANO/SKYLER/BIZ NICO

PASSA PASSA: Red & White Edition

Caribbean food, drink specials and live DJs.

Chasing Illusions w/ BOOMlag

“Chasing Illusions are a sophisticated pop group who mix laid back, jazz influenced vocals with alternative rock instrumentation.”

FREE Natalie Struck & Ryan Lahoda at Mystic Java

All ages event playing both originals and covers.

SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018

TD Jazz Intensive

This is “the highlight of the year for many aspiring musicians.” Students show off their freshly-aquired skills from Saskatchewan Jazz Festival’s classes “by internationally-recognized faculty”. Catch up-and-comers in their coming out performance.

City and Colour (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

FREE Yoga Jam (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Big Dreams Brunch – Princess Shop Fundraiser

“Only $25 for a full brunch buffet + mimosa/pint, all for a life-changing case: The Princess Shop. Brunch buffet includes waffles, bacon, sausage, hash browns, eggs, fresh fruit! Door Prizes, Raffle, 50-50, entertainment (to be announced).”

Moon Hooch w/ minivandal

Ben Rogers (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Michael Kaeshammer (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

FREE Outdoor Boot Camp with Rise Strength Lab

“8 station circuit that works the entire body – legs, upper body, core, and cardio! All fitness levels welcome.”

FREE Too Soon Monsoon (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Rogue Bounty Fundraiser – Burgers and Poutine

Rub shoulders with Star Wars fanboys and fangirls at this real-life “Cantina”. Enjoy “Bantha Burgers and Poutine Bar”.

Kitten Shower with SCAT Street Cat Rescue

“A kitten shower (like a baby shower but for kittens!) for everyone- come cuddle our kittens who are 8+ weeks and available for adoption- if you want to adopt great if you just want cuddles that works too!”

Nutana Legion Dance

FREE Digestive Health – Nutrition Workshop

SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2018

John Butler Trio (Saskatchewan Jazz Festival)

Biggie Brunch 2 Canada Day

FREE Canada Day at Diefenbaker Park

Saskatoon’s quintessential celebration of Canada’s 151st birthday. Take in musical performances, family activities, and an explosive display of fireworks over the South Saskatchewan River. Parking is always cray, so plan ahead! 

FREE Canada Day Pancake Breakfast & Outdoor Service

FREE Party in the Park Festival

Enjoy live local music for free all day in Rotary Park.

MONDAY, JULY 2, 2018

FREE Sum Theater in the Park – Darcy Bear Park

“Queen Seraphina and the Land of Vertebraat is an epic tale about a time and a place where everyone was disabled. A land of golden ramps and quiet spaces that was ruled by kindness alone, until a mysterious stranger arrives… ”

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Your family could take a totally FREE road trip vacation July 6 to 8

Think your family could use a vacation? How about a FREE one? There’s a new posting on SaskCulture.ca that’s encouraging “diverse groups of family members” to apply for a “totally free vacation”.

An unnamed car manufacturing company is looking for a Canadian family to document their all-expense-paid road trip with photos and videos to be used in an upcoming ad campaign.

Real People Casting is seeking “single or dual parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings, in-laws… as long as there’s at least one adult to drive and one child or teen under 18 to go with them”.

What’s in it for your tribe besides a free trip and a handful of memories?

The lucky family will get $2,000, an iPad, a new vehicle to borrow, and “a chance to win a major Grand Prize”. That’s not too bad for a few days of road trippin’ with the fam jam.

…Just ensure you’re 100% okay with sharing your family vacation photos with the world – er, at least Canada.

Apply here if you think this is just the thing your family needs this summer.

The Family Road Trippers casting call is open until July 6, 2018. The vacation will take place from July 6 to 8, 2018.

Mermaid hair gets you a FREE 7-Eleven Slurpee on June 22

Need another reason to get mermaid hair? The folks behind the thirst-quenching summer drink are kicking off the season of sun-soaked fun with a special theme: Slurpee Crazy Hair Day 2018.

If you’re ready to rock rainbow-toned locks, you’ll earn yourself a FREE medium-size Slurpee from your nearest 7-Eleven.

Friends are encouraged to make a date of it with “brightly-coloured, head-turning hairstyles”. Why not put your heads together for a little DIY salon action then show off your style at Sev? It’s the perfect way to kick-start an entire summer of memorable moments!

New flavours this month include: Pepsi Black Cherry and Crush Jelly Bean.

Slurpee Crazy Hair Day 2018

Where: Participating 7-Eleven stores near you
When: Friday, June 22, 2018
What: Free medium Slurpees for crazy hair

Express your inner mermaid and let your crazy hair loose with 7-Eleven. Share your look with the world using #SlurpeeCrazyHairDay on social media (don’t forget to include #DoSask).

Order Ceasars that eat like an epic meal at this Martensville spot

Mealzer at the Caesar Mill

If your drink of choice is the Canadian-invented Caesar, you’ll love this new local spot dedicated to the spicy cocktail.

When you order a “mealzer” from The Caesar Mill in Martensville, you’ll get a glass loaded to the brim with flavour. Take a look at what’s been catching my attention:


You can bet they’ll whip up all the usual pub-grub staples every day of the week, but what’s caught my eye is the variety of enormous mason jar concoctions hitting the menu every Monday.


The mountainous mealzer is only $15 on Mondays which is a smoking hot deal if you ask me (it comes with a side of your choice). Make a date of it and hit the highway to the bedroom community of Martensville this week!

The Caesar Mill Mealzer

Address: 1-323 Centennial Dr.
Phone: (306) 249-1581

When to Visit Meerkats at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm

Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo Meerkat exhibit

Last night,  I visited the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo with my family to get acquainted with the newest exhibit: meerkats. Luckily we had time to visit them just before the Saskatoon Forestry Farm closed its doors for the evening.

Since opening on April 1, 2018, the little African animals have captured some media attention. However I haven’t seen much of them since then other than a few glimpses published on local news sites. What gives?

I’m guessing the main reason they’ve been keeping a low profile is that they’ve been sleeping. The creatures are nocturnal which means they’re awake at night. Only a handful of other families were visiting in the park when my family and I arrived at around 7:30 pm. No lineups, no crowds. It was great!

After we paid our $12.50 per adult admission fees, the meerkats were the first stop on our list. We opened the door of the exhibit to find a mob of meerkats huddling together in a patch of sunlight that was beaming through the window. The animals were alive, but definitely not active.

So we strolled around the rest of the Saskatoon Forestry Farm until we were ready to leave. Just before we walked through the exit, we decided to give the meerkats another look.

We were surprised to find a very active ‘mob’ of meerkats bustling around inside their enclosure. We stayed and watched them as they scurried around their habitat.

Watch the video below to see the contrast between daytime and nighttime meerkat behaviour.

You could say the difference is night and day!

If you’re looking to see the meerkats in action, the best time to do it is just before the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo closes at 9:00 pm. Try it this weekend for your next date night in Saskatoon.

Pro Tip: Bring lots of mosquito spray.

Have you seen the meerkats active at different times of the day? Share your experience in the Do Sask Facebook Group to tell everyone about it!

Things to do in Saskatoon This Weekend

Events for the week of June 13 to 20, 2018

The thing that makes this week special is the chance to surprise your dear ol’ dad. Treat him to a brewery tour, fill up a local growler with his new favourite sip, or take him human zorb bowling — he deserves a memorable experience with you on Father’s Day!

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Kickbox outdoors, spend time with dad, learn some new tricks, and get ready for the best weekend ever. I’ve rounded up 35 of the best things to do in Saskatoon this weekend. How many do you plan to cross off in the next few days?

Events are compiled using the Do Sask Facebook Group community calendar. Group members are invited to share events and engage with each other about things to do in the city of Saskatoon. Think of it as an interactive community cork board.

35 THINGS TO DO IN SASKATOON THIS WEEKEND

Check out the listings below:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

6:00 PM Garden Patch Workshop at Garden Patch on 3rd Ave
6:30 PM Write-On Wednesdays at Frances Morrison Library
7:00 PM Richard St Barbe Baker Park meet by the Grain Elevator at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave.
7:30 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2018

9:30 AM Saskatoon Tourism Show at Market Mall
5:00 PM Thursday Night Art Market at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
7:00 PM Outdoor Kickboxing Class at Brighton Information Centre
7:00 PM Emma at St. Thomas More College
7:00 PM Rustic Sign Night at RIV Bar
7:00 PM Word Splash at River Landing Water Park
7:30 PM La Boheme at Remai Arts Centre

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018

9:30 AM Saskatoon Tourism Show at Market Mall
1:00 PM Historic Trolley Tour at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
3:00 PM 70’s Social! at Better Off Duds
6:30 PM Friday Night Films at Carlyle King Branch Library
7:00 PM Emma at St. Thomas More College

SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2018

9:00 AM Street Stall Saturdays at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
9:30 AM Saskatoon Tourism Show at Market Mall
10:00 AM Saskatoon Baby Box Co. Pop-up at YWCA Saskatoon
10:30 AM Yoga + Beer at High Key
1:00 PM Beats BQ2 Shambhala Pre-Party at #38 Anavets Saskatoon
6:00 PM Corey Gulkin, Lyzanne Foth, Kasia Leigh, Ezra & Jon at Saskatchewan Elks Association
7:00 PM Emma at St. Thomas More College
8:00 PM Social Distortion at O’Brians Event Centre

SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 2018

9:30 AM Saskatoon Tourism Show at Market Mall
10:00 AM Human Zorb Bowling at Kiwanis Memorial Park
1:00 PM Brew Cruise at Saskatoon Brewery Tour
8:00 PM TiP Pride Community Stage at Amigos Cantina

MONDAY, JUNE 18, 2018

6:30 PM Wes Funk Memorial Pride Latte Frances Morrison Library
7:00 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park
7:30 PM LadyBits Improv Comedy Season Closer at Amigos Cantina

TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018

10:30 AM Mom & Baby Active
7:00 PM Vintage Swing at River Landing Water Park
7:30 PM Friends Trivia at Hudson’s

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2018

6:30 PM Write-On Wednesdays at Frances Morrison Library
6:45 PM Becoming a more confident you at ClubMynx Fitness
7:30 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park

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Things to do in Saskatoon This Weekend

Events for the week of June 7 to 13, 2018

Events are compiled using the Do Sask Facebook Group community calendar. Group members are invited to share events and engage with each other about things to do in the city of Saskatoon. Think of it as an interactive community cork board.

THINGS TO DO IN SASKATOON THIS WEEKEND

Check out the listings below:

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2018

7:00 AM Civic Pancake Breakfast at City Hall
5:30 PM The Hollows Patio Kickoff
7:00 PM Steve Hofsetter at Station 20 West
9:00 PM Karaoke at Amigos Cantina

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018

9:00 PM Jay & Jo at The Bassment
Nature Saskatchewan Spring Meet at Big Muddy

SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 2018

9:00 AM Street Stall Saturdays at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
2:00 PM World Gin Day Come and Go G&T at Black Fox Farm
4:00 PM How To Taste #1: Churchill Brewing Co. at Finn’s Irish Pub
4:30 PM Senior’s Prom at TCU Place
7:00 PM Bright Stars Drumming at The Broadway Theatre
8:00 PM Book Launch & Spoken Word Performance at Amigos Cantina
8:00 PM Uptown Stomp – Swing Dance at Free Flow Dance Centre
Nature Saskatchewan Spring Meet at Big Muddy

SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2018

10:00 AM SIGA’s 2nd Annual Good Food Run at Victoria Park
11:00 AM Brunch, Bubbly & Bling at Top of the Inn, Sheraton
12:00 PM Art in the Park 2018
12:00 PM Rhubarb Party at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
1:30 PM Joni Mitchell Tribute at Tourism Saskatchewan
8:00 PM Road to SummerSlamYXE at Amigos Cantina
Nature Saskatchewan Spring Meet at Big Muddy

MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2018

7:00 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park
8:00 PM West Coast Swing at Toon Town Tavern

TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2018

10:30 AM Mom & Baby Active
11:00 AM Babywearing Walk at Saskatoon Farmers’ Market
7:00 PM Speed Dating for Singles 25 to 36 at The Hose & Hydrant Pub
7:00 PM Vintage Swing at River Landing Water Park

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2018

7:00 PM Salsa by the River at River Landing Water Park
7:00 PM Richard St Barbe Baker Park meet by the Grain Elevator at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave.

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