March Events in Saskatoon 2020

The Junos are coming to town and they’re bringing the best of Canadian entertainment with them! Starting Thursday, March 12, it won’t be difficult to stumble upon amazing live music and stand-up shows across the city, culminating with the awards show on March 15. Additionally, most pubs and bars are celebrating St. Paddy’s Day that weekend.

Saskatonians are sprinting towards the start of spring this March. Green thumbs are gearing up for growing weather with Seedy Saturday and Gardenscape just around the corner.

And for the offbeat, check out gong sound bath, naughty bingo, live performance artist Bridget Moser at Remai, or outdoor laughter yoga.

This month, find Do Sask at Speed Dating and Book Club. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

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Sunday, March 1, 2020

Speed Dating for 25 & Up at Hose & Hydrant Pub

Tonight It’s Poetry Community Stage at Amigos Cantina

Darkside of the Room at PAVED Arts

Monday, March 2, 2020

The Price is Right Live at TCU Place

Andy Shauf w/ Molly Sarlé at The Broadway Theatre

Trivia Night Classic at Louis’

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Women In Leadership Panel at Louis’ Loft

Ladies Ride Night at Optimist Hill

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Screening of LUNAFEST International Film Festival & Panelist Discussion at The Broadway Theatre

Garden dinner in support of CHEP Good Food Inc. at Odla

Thursday, March 5, 2020

DIY Painted Pillow at Route11 Creative Arts Centre (Warman)

Meditation Night at Nutters Everyday Naturals

Star Wars Trivia at Revolve Cafe

Friday, March 6, 2020

Latin Fridays at 360 Lounge Bar & Restaurant

The Big Lebowski + The Jesus Rolls Double Feature at The Roxy Theatre

Fire & Ice at Capitol Music Club

Saturday, March 7, 2020

A Bellydance Spectacular at The Broadway Theatre

Spanglish Saturday at Aria Food + Spirits

Cash Cash at Coors Event Centre

Nat the Cat featuring Tim Tamashiro at The Bassment

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Monday, March 9, 2020

Lord Dying With Necrophilic Cunilinguist And Allegory at Black Cat Tavern

Booklyn 99 Trivia at Hudsons Canada’s Pub

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Urban Kiz Classes at ACT Arena

Animating the Inanimate Workshop w/ Pippa Lattey at PAVED Arts

Tampon Tuesday at Hudsons Canada’s Pub

Ladies Ride Night at Optimist Hill

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Sci Fi Trivia Night at Capitol

Story to Song at Bon Temps Cafe

R Grunwald at The Bassment

Thursday, March 12, 2020

DIY Canvas Bag Workshop at Route11 Creative Arts Centre

Kaiser Tournament at Revolve Cafe

JUNO Kick-Off Concert Presented by CBC Sports w/ The Sheepdogs at Coors Event Centre

Sask Rock Showcase at Buds on Broadway

Q Live at the Junos at The Broadway Theatre

The Slocan Ramblers at The Bassment

The Blue Jay Sessions at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill

Friday, March 13, 2020

Enlightenment and Intoxication – Sarah Hoffman at The Refinery

Size Small Dog Rescue Ladies Night Out at Sutherland Hall

Paint Night at Saskatoon Makerspace

JUNO Comedy Show Presented by SiriusXM Canada at Capitol Music Club

Foam on the Range at Prairieland Park

The Glorious Sons at TCU Place

JUNOFest Presented by CBC Music (through March 14)

The Blue Jay Sessions at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill

Columbia Style Latin Night at 260 Lounge Bar & Restaurant

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Seedy Saturday at Station 20 West

Spanglish Saturday at Aria Food + Spirits

Longbranch & SCMA Juno Weekend Showcase

Saint Practice Day at Finn’s Irish Pub

The Blue Jay Sessions at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill

Newfoundland & Labrador St. Paddys Day Event Saskatoon

St. Patrick’s Day Supper at the Nutana Legion

Gong & Crystal Bowl Sound Bath at Ground Yoga

Saskatoon Centre Curling Funspiel at CN Curling Club

Sunday, March 15, 2020

2020 Juno Awards at SaskTel Centre

The Blue Jay Sessions at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill

Mudd Brothers Hangover Brunch at Yard & Flagon Pub

Monday, March 16, 2020

The Human Condition Spring Comedy Tour at Hibotan

Bob Saget at Dakota Dunes Casino

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Minimalism Adult Workshop at Remai Modern

St. Paddy’s Pub Party at Winston’s English Pub

St. Pattys Open Mic at Capitol

Outdoor Laughter Yoga at Cranberry Flats

St. Patrick’s Day at Finn’s Irish Pub

Bridget Moser: Scream if you want to go Faster (FREE) at Remai Modern

Ladies Ride Night at Optimist Hill

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Anne of Green Gables The Ballet at TCU Place

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Mine to Have: Sensuality and Circumstance at Studio 914 (through March  29th)

Adult Night at Nutrien Wonderhub

Masters of Illusion at TCU Place

Schitt’s Creek Trivia at Revolve Cafe

Friday, March 20, 2020

The Real McKenzies at Amigos Cantina

Mixed Nuts at Brian King Centre (Warman)

Latin Fridays at 360 Lounge Bar & Restaurant

HomeStyles Home & Renovation Show at Prairieland Park

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Spanglish Saturday at Aria Food + Spirits

Naughty Bingo the Flapper Edition at Free Flow Dance Centre

Fall City Fall w/ Thalass (Black Cat Tavern 2 Year Anniversary)

Soapbox Social at Cosmopolitan Senior Citizens Centre

HomeStyles Home & Renovation Show at Prairieland Park

Sunday, March 22, 2020

HomeStyles Home & Renovation Show at Prairieland Park

Monday,  March 23, 2020

Book Club at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Tuesday,  March 24, 2020

Inside/Out at Persephone Theatre (Through March 29)

Ladies Ride Night at Optimist Hill

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Stones in His Pockets at Persephone Theatre (Through April 8)

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Cartoon Trivia: After Dark at Capitol

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Beginner Bird ID Workshop at USask

Friday, March 27, 2020

Latin Fridays at 360 Lounge Bar & Restaurant

Lil Tjay at Coors Event Centre

Lost Boys – Drunken Cinema Edition! At The Broadway Theatre

Gardenscape at Prairieland Park

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Spanglish Saturday at Aria Food + Spirits

29th Artists Against Hunger Art Auction & Dinner at TCU Place

Fancy Diamonds / Melonade / Dump Babes at The Underground Cafe

Black Belt Eagle Scout w/ Guests at Amigos Cantina

BCBC Cycling Shorts Fundraiser at The Bike Doctor

Gardenscape at Prairieland Park

Ladies Night Out Fundraiser at Cosmo Seniors Centre

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Speed Dating for 25 & Up at Hose & Hydrant Pub

Gardenscape at Prairieland Park

Monday, March 30, 2020

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Ladies Ride Night at Optimist Hill

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February Events in Saskatoon 2020

Sappy, dreamy, or quirky – your Valentine personality will help you determine where you’re spending your time this February in Saskatoon. From an ode to the vagine (Vagina Monologues) to a sausage party (King of Kovbasa) and everything in between… Okay, get your mind out of the gutter! It’s happening this month.

This February, find Do Sask at Book Club. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

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FEBRUARY EVENTS IN SASKATOON 2020

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Saturday, February 1, 2020

Masquerade & Big Band Dance (UofS Dept. of Music) at Manhattan Ballroom

Reasonable Doubt at Persephone Theatre (through February 12)

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Heritage Festival of Saskatoon at WDM

Board Game Cafe at Alice Turner Library

Monday, February 3, 2020

Free Dart Lessons at The Thirsty Scholar

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Constellations at Persephone Theatre (Through February 16)

Disney Trivia Night at Capitol

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Cribbage League at High Key Brewing Co.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

King of Kovbasa 2020 at Prairieland Park

Friday, February 7, 2020

The Vagina Monologues at The Broadway Theatre

Stair Climb Challenge at Luther Tower

Drag Queen Bingo at Capitol

Sonia Reid-Noble at The Bassment

Saturday, February 8, 2020

28th Annual Bruce MacDonald Curling Funspiel at Granite Curling Club

Evening with Sven at Convocation Hall

Ghost Note w/ Dash Reimer & Knee Socks at Black Cat Tavern

I am Thunderbird Girl at The Refinery

Heidi Munro & The RealGroovyBand at The Bassment

Sunday, February 9, 2020

1st Annual Oscars Viewing Party at Capitol

Monday, February 10, 2020

Free Dart Lessons at The Thirsty Scholar

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Cribbage League at High Key Brewing Co.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

The Foreigner at German Cultural Centre (Through February 22)

Bedouin Soundclash at Capitol

Old Dominion at SaskTel Centre

Friday, February 14, 2020

What is Socialism The Past and Future of an Ideal Event at The Refinery

Valentine’s Gala Fundraiser at The Bassement

The Beaches at Louis’ Pub

Anti-Valentine’s at Winston’s Pub

Mi Amour at LB Distillers

Latin Valentine’s Bachata Concert at 360 Lounge Bar

Ritual Rabbits Valentine’s Day Extravaganza at Amigos

Valentine’s Karaoke at Capitol

The Five Love Languages Workshop & Dinner at Queen’s House

Succulent workshops at Solar Gardens & Plant Life

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Kôna Winter Festival – Presented by Nutrien at Wanuskewin Heritage Park

RAM Motorsports Spectacular at SaskTel Centre

The Fretless at The Bassment

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Fred Penner at The Broadway Theatre

Drip: The All Black Affair at JT’s Bar & Event Centre

RAM Motorsports Spectacular at SaskTel Centre

Laila Biali at The Bassment

Monday, February 17, 2020

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Way Things Go Adult Workshop at Remai Modern

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Cribbage League at High Key Brewing Co.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Adult Night at Nutrien Wonderhub

Kaiser Night! at Revolve Cafe

Friday, February 21, 2020

Last Megxit to Meacham at The Broadway Theatre

Riverview Yoga and Wine at Remai Modern

Belle Plaine at The Bassment

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Reuben and the Dark at The Broadway Theatre

All Aboard Model Train Show at WDM

Alan Doyle Live at TCU Place

Sunday, February 23, 2020

All Aboard Model Train Show at WDM

Monday, February 24, 2020

Book Club at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Harry Potter Trivia Night at Capitol

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Cribbage League at High Key Brewing Co.

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Unmasked at The Refinery

Jazz Affair at The Bassment

Friday, February 28, 2020

Shemekia Copeland at The Bassment

Saturday, February 29, 2020

The Snowed In Comedy tour at The Broadway Theatre

The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer at Capitol

Shawn Holt and The Teardrops at The Bassment

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Solo Dating is a Mental Health Game-Changer

faceless woman dining on french fries and a sandwich alone

Today is #BellLetsTalk day, so I’ll explain how the first time I took myself solo dating totally changed my well being.

“Table for one, please.”

After surviving a particularly awful breakup, I was looking for moments to feel happy again. So I chose one of my favourite restaurants – a Greek spot called Spiro’s in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. I put on a fancy dress, did up my hair and makeup, and went out for the evening to dine alone.

Solo dating is ≠ to doing something alone

This solo dinner wasn’t the first time I had done something on my own. For example, I drove a moving truck over seven hundred of kilometers for a job opportunity at 18 years old. But taking myself on a date was different. It took place long before ‘solo dating’ and ‘self-partnered’ became buzzwords. At the time, a solo date wasn’t your run-of-the-mill singles activity.

When I arrived at the restaurant, I sat in my car contemplating the choice to walk through the front doors. Somehow I made it through the doors and I felt anxious waiting for my table. I immersed myself in the menu. Then, I went about my night quietly enjoying the delicious meal – a plate of Spiro’s famous Greek ribs. My anxiety decreased and I relaxed while observing other diners chatting with their friends and family.

I don’t remember having a smartphone to drown out my own thoughts or to fill the silence that was coming from the other side of the table. I can’t remember what else I’d planned for myself that evening after dinner, either. But I remember the moment I decided to take myself on a date very clearly. It was an internal transformation. I decided to stop waiting for people to show up for me and started showing up for myself. The self-esteem boost transferred into other areas of my life.

Later that same year, I took a solo trip outside of Canada with a group travel company. It was the first of many annual single travel adventures.

I find it much easier to meet new people when I’m alone. There’s a connectivity that develops when you meet other people who are also riding solo. When I’m with someone, establishing a connection to others isn’t always easy.

Learn to master your relationship with yourself

Solo dating helped me set new expectations for future suitors and gave me the confidence to love myself first. Learning how to master a healthy relationship with me trickled through to other relationships.

The capacity to love my alone time has affected my mental health throughout my life. It’s become a sacred part of who I am. Now, I’m more likely to choose things I want to do rather than waiting for someone else who may or may not join me. As an extrovert, being alone gives me an opportunity to interact with others which is key to filling up my energy.

Treating yourself to solo dating is a positive experience, not a lonesome one. Even if you have a spouse, spending time out of the house alone could change your well being, too.

Solo dating ideas in Saskatoon

So where are you going to go on your date for one in Saskatoon? Here are a few ideas:

  • Reserve a table at one of Saskatoon’s many fine restaurants
  • Take photos along the Meewasin Trail with a fresh perspective
  • Give yourself time to digest a new book at McNally Robinson Booksellers
  • Check out live theatre, concert, a festival, or a movie
  • Sign up for a DIY workshop
  • Book a night in a luxurious Saskatoon hotel room

Do you have other ideas for solo dating in Saskatoon?

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Free counselling resources in Saskatoon

Edmonton dad embraces winter and builds massive living-room-sized igloo in his family’s backyard

This week, Western Canada is in the midst of an extremely cold winter vortex that’s keeping most of us indoors. Temperatures are diving as low as -51 C with wind chill in Saskatoon. But a snowpocalypse isn’t keeping one Canadian dad from inspiring all of us with a creative winter project in his own backyard.

Igloos are temporary snow huts historically tied to the Inuit peoples who craft them out of hard-packed snow. Chris Schrettlinger of Edmonton, Alberta started building ice igloos for his family last winter.

The album of his cold-weather creation has reached over a million people so far. There were many comments from across North America asking how he did it. So today, he shared how it’s done so that you can build your own backyard winter hangout, too.

All photos via Chris Schrettlinger

Why did you start making ice igloos?

“When you get older there’s not a whole lot of fun in winter anymore. It’s miserable to drive to work. But my three young kids aren’t bothered by the cold.

I was so sick of being inside dreading the cold. I remembered the forts we tried to build when I was a kid that never really worked out. And I saw someone make something similar on Reddit years ago. So I made a small one last year and then decided to make a bigger one this year.

Our Edmonton winters haven’t been as bad as they were in the past and there hasn’t been a lot of snow. You would need a massive amount of snow to make a proper igloo. We don’t have that hard packed snow to make that style.”

How many hours of labour did it take to complete it?

“I started freezing the ice five weeks ago at the beginning of December. It took about an hour or two at night on working days and about five or six hours on weekends. I’d say it took about 100 hours total. Just making the ice takes a lot of time.

The last time it was -36 C they froze in a few hours. It usually takes two days to freeze. And it needs the time to set in between the rows, so you can’t finish it with friends that help in a day. If I could sit on the edges of it, I’d start the next row.

It’s a time-intensive project. The kids get stuck with hauling all of the ice bricks over the backyard. I put a spotlight up and work at night until midnight.

I get obsessed with the project. My only caution is that it’s going to take a while. And you will get slightly depressed at least a few times. “

Do you have experience working outdoors during the winter?

“I try to get outside and go to the rink or skiing. It’s hard to find a reason to go outside when it’s so cold. And I’ve built fences and such in the past.”

How big is the final ice igloo of 2020?

“It’s 16 feet across and seven feet high at its tallest point. There are about 300 ice blocks. The bottom row is 56 blocks. It can probably fit 10 adults in there. It’s taller than the fence. If you walk down the alley, you’ll see it. I’m the only guy that has a canopy of lights and a massive igloo in the backyard. “

What do you use to stick the blocks together?

“You mix a mortar-consistency slush in a large plastic tub full of snow with about 20 litres of water.”

How were you able to work in -30 C weather?

“Many, many layers of clothes. Long underwear, two pairs of sweatpants, snow pants, -50 boots, a parka, toque, and four layers of work gloves. I change gloves every 20 minutes. I have a surplus of gloves.”

What kind of pans do you use to freeze the ice blocks?

“Disposable lasagna trays you get at any supermarket. It cost us about $50 in supplies from The Wholesale Club.”

I’m guessing you use food colouring to make the colours. Is that correct?

“Yes. The food colouring is already in the tins. My wife runs a hose out the basement window and I fill up all of the tins with water. I don’t bother mixing the food colouring and water beforehand.”

How long do you hope it will last?

“Last winter, it was melting during the first week in March.  You could see the mortar start to melt. Then a huge section fell in and collapsed.”

Did your family make igloos when you were a kid?

“I always made forts in the snow with my friends. I had two sisters and didn’t want to hang out with them all the time. And I made another massive snow fort during a few slow days at work when I was 24.”

Any plans for 2021’s ice igloo?

“No plans for next year. Usually by the time it’s done, I don’t want to think about it for a long time. Around September to October, I’ll start thinking about it again. “

What kind of impression do you hope building the igloo will leave on your kids?

“Don’t be scared of winter and the cold. I want them to be the envy of their friends and classmates and remember having fun with their dad. I hope they appreciate all the time I spent out there. ”

Have you been hanging out in it during this cold snap?

“We’ve been out there this week. I tried to put a propane fire inside, but it’s too hot and the air is too cold. The ice was starting to crack.

I’m planning a weekend camp out in it, but the ice is a terrible insulator. We’ll dress really warm. If it’s -35 C outside, it’s -30 C in there. I have to research what to do to insulate it properly.”

It’s easy to feel miserable when the mercury dips to extremely low levels. Chris has inspired everyone to see the positive side of our cold prairie winters with his massive ice igloo of 2020. Thank you for sharing your creation with Do Sask!

How are you embracing the extreme cold weather this winter? Join the Do Sask Facebook Group to have your say in the discussion.

Go-to friend dates in Saskatoon that make adult hangouts easier

In my opinion, adult friendships contribute to the magic of being alive. But the challenge of organizing different, fun hangouts together while respecting both friends’ schedules can be enough hassle to let the relationship go for months without seeing each other face-to-face.

I’m an extrovert which means I get energized in the company of people. That’s why I started making regular commitments with friends who wanted to hangout more. Together, we’d commit to doing something every week or month.

I’ve been experimenting with different regular hangouts for over two years. Usually, I find something I’m interested in and then ask some of my friends if they want to join me. They take turns and ask me if I want to join them at something. I’ve tried a lot of things that are totally out of my comfort zone by accepting a friend’s invitation.

The secret to making it work is actually pretty simple: stick with it. Stick with the same day, stick with the same time, and stick with the same activity. If you switch it up from week to week or month to month, there’s an opportunity to flake out… and then you both lose.

Now, you could still leave room for spontaneous gatherings. However, I find that these types of events happen less often as I grow older.

Here are my favourite go-to friend dates in Saskatoon:

Climbing gym

There’s something about challenging friends who can climb to the top of the walls the fastest that makes this one of my favourite hangouts. That and I’m usually totally exhausted by the end.

As a beginner climber, I have only ever been to Clip ‘n Climb in Saskatoon (I’ve been bouldering in Calgary prior to moving here). It’s newb-friendly with auto-belay on every wall. They also have two timed walls which track your race to the top. Go later in the evening to avoid scads of children.

Dance class

So far, I’ve taken hip-hop, belly-dance, swing, and ballroom dancing with friends. There are social dancing groups if you want to meet other people. Sign up for a half session to see whether you want to go deeper.

You’ll find dance companies all over the city with options that will suit your individual tastes and location preference. I’m still waiting on someone to bring a twerk-out class to Saskatoon.

Crafting

Meet once a week to work on your projects for an hour or two. Making a commitment to craft means you’ll actually accomplish projects you start. Being part of a crafting group is always the most productive I’ll ever be with my hobby.

Join the Saskatoon Craft Guild, Saskatoon Potters Guild, drop in to any of the studio workshops in Saskatoon, or set up your own Stitch ‘n Bitch.

Board games

If you have a competitive streak, invite your buddies to a regular game night. My husband and I played Catan quite often with one of my cousins who kicked our butts regularly – he’s a Catan savant. We played regularly until he got bored of beating us.

Play at home, or hit up one of the city’s two board game cafes. Usually, game cafes have all sorts of options depending on the size of your group.

Swimming

Dive into a swimming date with your friend to escape from the cold of winter. You may feel good enough after the hot tub or sauna to save yourself a trip south of the border.

Plus, going to the pool is one of the most affordable dates around!

Volunteer

Asking a friend to volunteer with you can be a vulnerable moment. You tell them what you care about and why it matters, hoping that they’ll give a hoot.

Saskatoon has so much opportunity to give back. Many non-profit organizations need committed volunteers. Why not join one with a friend to socialize while giving back?

Bonus: volunteering is usually completely free.

Join a Club or League

I wanted to start a book club, but not many of my friends could commit to one. So I started one through Do Sask. Book club helps me read more for fun than I ever would on my own. My friends may have passed on joining the club. However, I’ve met people who have become friends.

This month, I saw an idea for a cookbook club and now I can’t stop thinking about how to make it happen.

There are other clubs in Saskatoon, such as the canoe club. One ex-local recommended I join the South Corman Park Judo Club. If you can’t find a club you like – start something new!

What do you and your friends typically do for a date in Saskatoon? Join the Do Sask Facebook Group to have your say in the discussion.

Next-level topics for the free Adulting seminars at the Saskatoon Public Library

Whether you just became an official adult, or have been an adult for years – it’s a lot more work than many of us bargained for. Between managing bank accounts, staying away from full Amazon shopping carts, trying to keep a semi-involved social life, pleasing your boss and higher-ups, and making sure your love life is taken care of – the everyday experiences of adults can sometimes be overwhelming.

Keep in mind that most adults actually have no idea what’s going on.

The Saskatoon Public Library recognizes that we may need some help learning the basics. This winter, they’re offering a free program called “Adulting 101”. Open to teens and adults, their seminars are focused on providing practical advice for new or burgeoning adults. Topics span from renting and budgeting to vehicle maintenance.

The first set of seminars took place on January 11 at the Alice Turner and Mayfair Branches in Saskatoon. There will be a new set of seminars each month, with the program concluding in April.

via SPL’s Winter 2020 Programming Guide.

These seminar topics are a good start. However, since Do Sask is all about leveling up, I believe there should be another tier of the program: Adulting 201. This is for those of who have mastered… er… managed to maintain the basics.

Here’s a list of next-level Adulting topics that most adults contemplate at some point or another:

  • Is This Love: How to decide if the guy/gal you’re currently seeing is worth your time
  • Living with Roommates: How to choose a good roommate and get rid of bad ones
  • Learn to Like Yourself: How to do things on your own
  • Turning 30: It isn’t a big deal and here’s why
  • Turning 30: It is a big deal and here’s why
  • Success: What does it mean to you?
  • Decluttering: How to avoid starring on an episode of Hoarders
  • Planning Ahead: Make responsible life decisions before you get stressed af
  • Plan B: (In case you missed Planning Ahead)
  • Family Rifts: How to manage dysfunctional relatives
  • Frienemies: Dealing with fake friends
  • Housework Hustle: Fair project management strategies for the home
  • Toxic Bosses: Know the signs before accepting that job offer
  • My Style: What is it?
  • Choose a Religion: How to live a good life according to Jesus, Buddha, Allah and more
  • Kids: To reproduce, or not to reproduce, that is the question
  • Death: Pondering your own mortality
  • When to Quit: Some things don’t need finishing

All that aside, if you’re looking for some beginner hints for life as an adult, you should probably check out the free program at SPL.

January Events in Saskatoon 2020

A new decade is rolling in like a locomotive with the gifts of entertainment stuffed into its cargo. Brace yourself – it’s not stopping on account of a little chilly weather. So instead of curling up indoors all month, welcome 2020 at any of these local events happening in Saskatoon.

Brighten your life in the dead of winter with live music, comedy, theatre, and more. Plus, two major winter festivals are bringing you both outdoor and indoor entertainment options: Winterruption and Nutrien Winter Shines.

This January, find Do Sask at Speed Dating and Book Club. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

Skip to: Tuesday, January 14
Skip to: Tuesday, January 21
Skip to: Tuesday, January 28

JANUARY EVENTS IN SASKATOON 2020

Have an event I missed? Send it in for a free listing & check back to plan your week.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre (through January 5)

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Thursday, January 2, 2020

The Karpinka Brothers at The Bassment

Dakota Dunes Casino Pow Wow at SaskTel Centre

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre (through January 5)

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Friday, January 3, 2020

Drag Queen Bingo at The Capitol

Dakota Dunes Casino Pow Wow at SaskTel Centre

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre (through January 5)

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Saturday, January 4, 2020

1st official parkrun in Saskatoon at Nurtrien Wonderhub

Neil Currie: The Music of Billy Joel at The Bassment

Dakota Dunes Casino Pow Wow at SaskTel Centre

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre (through January 5)

Saskatchewan Blue Cross “Light Walk” at the BHP Enchanted Forest

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Sunday, January 5, 2020

The Great Fuss featuring Rymestone at Amigos Cantina

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Monday, January 6, 2020

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Saturday Morning Cartoon Trivia at Capitol

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Thursday, January 9, 2020

The Wolves at The Refinery

Big Dave McLean at The Bassment

Saskatoon Improv Jam! at Amigos Cantina

Friday, January 10, 2020

The Garrys at The Bassment

Yuk Yuk’s On Tour presents Noor Kidwai at Parktown Hotel

The Weight We Carry: A Workshop on Body Image for Women at Novo Esthetics Studio

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Is the World Getting Better or Worse? at the Refinery

Lugo Love at Remai Modern

Sunday, January 12, 2020

Monday, January 13, 2020

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

DOSED Screening and Q&A at Roxy Theatre

Thursday, January 16, 2020

The Strumbellas at Coors Event Centre

Adult Night at Nutrien Wonderhub

Champions of Magic at SaskTel Centre

Friday, January 17, 2020

Yuk Yuk’s on Tour presents Matt Foster at Parktown Hotel

Pointed Pen Calligraphy Workshop at Soul Paper

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Mock Wedding 2020 at Prairieland Park

Jay & Jo: The Salon Sessions Birthday Bash at 1701 Cameron Ave

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Saltwater Joy at German Cultural Centre

Monday, January 20, 2020

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Pop Art Adult Workshop at Remai Modern

Maidens of the North Pinball League Meet at Pokey’s Pinball

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Speed Dating at Hose & Hydrant Pub

Ali Hassan & Steve Patterson at The Broadway Theatre

Girlfriend Material at Capitol

WEAVES at Amigos Cantina

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

We Will Rock You at TCU Place

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Every Brilliant Thing at The Refinery (Through January 25)

Choir! Choir! Choir! At The Broadway Theatre

The Good Lovelies VIP Show at  Sheraton Cavalier Hotel

Brian Posehn w/ Off the Top Rope at Capitol

The Original Wailers at Louis’

Ezra Furman at Amigos Cantina

Blessed at Black Cat Tavern

GZA at Coors Event Centre

Friday, January 24, 2020

Whitehorse VIP Show at Sheraton Cavalier Hotel

Begonia at The Broadway Theatre

Coleman Hell at Louis’

Jon Bryant at Capitol

Wild Black at Amigos Cantina

Revenge at Black Cat Tavern

Robbie Burns Night at German Cultural Centre

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Stories in Time: PTE’ SA WIN at The Broadway Theatre

Soohan at Capitol

Partner at Amigos Cantina

WAKE at Black Cat Tavern

The Little Mermaid In Concert Live to Film at TCU Place

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Leif Vollebekk at The Broadway Theatre

Monday, January 27, 2020

Book Club at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Reasonable Doubt at Persephone Theatre (through February 12)

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Diavolo at TCU Place

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

Friday, January 31, 2020

The Trudel Family at The Bassment

Jim Gaffigan at SaskTel Centre

Nutrien Winter Shines Festival (Through February 2)

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December Events in Saskatoon 2019

Would you like your coffee with a hint of peppermint flavour? You’re not alone! Saskatonians seriously love Christmas-themed everything.

This December, take part in local traditions or try something you’ve never experienced before. Old fashioned sleigh rides are back, along with the lights of the Enchanted Forest and Glow. Buddy the Elf hits the stage at Persephone Theatre while the CP Holiday Train makes its stop in City Park. Plus, there are many opportunities to catch a live music show and dance – yule want to do it all.

Don’t forget to make plans with your friends for New Year’s Eve 2019. Where will you ring in 2020?

This month, find Do Sask at the final Book Club of 2019. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

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DECEMBER EVENTS IN SASKATOON 2019

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Sunday, December 1, 2019

Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire at SaskTel Centre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Christmas is Coming Home at Cornerstone Community Church

Songs for the Soul at The Refinery

A Classic Christmas: Wingerter & Janovsky at The Bassment

PAVED Arts’ Pet Portrait Fundraiser

Monday, December 2, 2019

Waitress! The Musical at TCU Place

A Christmas Carol at Marr Residence

Trivia Night at Louis’

Lisa Brokop: A Country Christmas at The Bassment

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Waitress! The Musical at TCU Place

A Christmas Carol at Marr Residence

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

CP Holiday Train on 7th Avenue North

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

A Christmas Carol at Marr Residence

Star Wars Trivia at Capitol Music Club

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Thursday, December 5, 2019

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Broadway District Spirit of Christmas (FREE Wagon Rides)

Seasonal String Art at Simply Grounded Coffee

Waylon, Willie, Cash: Outlaws & Highwaymen at TCU Place

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Friday, December 6, 2019

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

A Christmas Carol at Marr Residence

Passa Passa: Xmas Edition at JT’s Bar & Event Centre

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Run Wolf, Run Premiere at The Broadway Theatre

The Paradigm Shift at Black Cat Tavern

SSO: Christmas with the SSO at TCU Place

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

A Christmas Carol at Marr Residence

Jazz Singer YuleFest at The Bassment

Every Gyal Ah Whine Up at Fédération des Francophones

Free Hot Beverage at 7-Eleven

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Monday, December 9, 2019

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story at the Broadway Theatre

Fundraiser Comedy Night with Matthew Murray at Black Cat Tavern

Crown Chakradance Workshop at Queen’s House

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Jeffery Straker: A Very Prairie Christmas at The Bassment

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Writers’ Open Mic Night at Frances Morrison Library

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story at the Broadway Theatre

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

A Milk Money Concert at The Refinery

Jeffery Straker: A Very Prairie Christmas at The Bassment

Joy of Vox (JOV) Christmas 2019 at Cathedral of the Holy Family

Friday, December 13, 2019

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story at the Broadway Theatre

Halloween on XmasV: Last Band on the Left at Black Cat Tavern

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Handel’s Messiah at Knox United Church

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story at the Broadway Theatre

Pretty In Punk Fest: Mobina Galore, The Ripperz, Hit The Streets at Black Cat Tavern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Sing-along Messiah at Knox United Church

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Carolling Sunday at WDM

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story at the Broadway Theatre

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at The Barn Playhouse

Christmas with Solstice at The Bassment

Monday, December 16, 2019

Book Club Reads at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderhub at Nutrien Wonderhub

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

ASIST Workshop

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Close Talker at Broadway Theatre

Friday, December 20, 2019

Dark Christmas III at Black Cat Tavern

ASIST Workshop

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Saskatoon Soaps: The Rise of Soapswalker at Broadway Theatre

Parab Poet & The Hip Hop Hippies at Capitol Music Club

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Saturday, December 21, 2019

A Ramones Christmas with Eh Oh! Let’s Go! and The Hurry Hards at Black Cat Tavern

Fireside Singers at TCU Place

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Christmas Trivia at Capitol Music Club

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Fireside Singers at TCU Place

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Monday, December 23, 2019

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Merry Christmas, from Amy and Chris!

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Boxing Day Square Dance at The Bassment

Friday, December 27, 2019

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Save Rez Dogs Fundraiser w/ The Northwest Kid at Black Cat Tavern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre

Monday, December 30, 2019

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

NYE with Rosie & the Riveters and Megan Nash at Broadway Theatre

The Dayglo Abortions on New Years Eve at Black Cat Tavern

Elf: The Musical at Persephone Theatre (through January 5)

2020 NYE Comedy Show at German Cultural Centre

Yuk Yuk’s on Tour Presenting SEAN LECOMBER & KATHLEEN MCGEE at The Park Town Hotel

New Year’s in New Orleans at The Bassment

Ongoing Multi-Day Events

Glow: Santa’s Lost Paradise at Prairieland Park (through December 28)

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm (through January 6)

Old Fashioned Sleigh Rides and Hot Cocoa! at Champetre County/Howling Coyote Saloon (through December 29)

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November Events in Saskatoon 2019

While you were recovering from a bite-sized-candy-induced food coma, the holiday spirit rolled into town injecting your brain with ear-worms that sound a lot like Michael Bublé. Okay, you may not be ready for the festive season… But it’s here! This November, in addition to candy-cane lanes, nutcrackers, and choirs hitting Saskatoon, you’ll get a mix of theatre, musicals, live music, trivia, and workshops.

This month, find Do Sask at Speed Dating, Speed Dating 35 & Up, and Book Club. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

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NOVEMBER EVENTS IN SASKATOON 2019

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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Speed Dating for 25 & Up at Hose & Hydrant Pub
Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic
WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre
Into the Woods at Broadway Theatre
Trivia at Capitol Music Club

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Comedy Night in Canada with Rick Mercer

Free Hot Beverage at 7-Eleven // Reverse Birthday

Karaoke at Amigos Cantina

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Into the Woods at Broadway Theatre

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Friday, November 8, 2019

Curated Winter Market

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Into the Woods at Broadway Theatre

Myles Morrison at Yuk Yuk’s On Tour Saskatoon

Pretty in Punk at Capitol Music Club

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Jeremy Dutcher with the SSO at TCU Place

Curated Winter Market

7th Annual Santa’s Market – Craft & Trade Show at St. Patrick Parish

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Into the Woods at Broadway Theatre

Sunday, November 10, 2019

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Into the Woods at Broadway Theatre

Christkindl Craft Fair at German Cultural Centre

Monday, November 11, 2019

Remembrance Day at SaskTel Centre

For Remembrance Chamber Singers at Knox United Church

Remembrance Day Run at Edwards School of Business

Remembrance Day at Open House at Nutana Legion

SFBB at Legion 63 Remembrance Day

Free Hot Beverage at 7-Eleven

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

WROL (Without Rule of Law) at Persephone Theatre

Punk Rock Bingo at Black Cat Tavern

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Writers’ Open Mic Night at Frances Morrison Library

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

Night Market at Remai Modern

Ami Cheon X vbnd and the Soulmate Collective at Black Cat Tavern

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Friday, November 15, 2019

Saskatchewan Blue Cross “Light Walk” at the BHP Enchanted Forest

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

Night Market at Remai Modern

Joy of Vox Christmas Preview and Dinner at German Cultural Centre

Mykel Somvong W/ Special Guest Ami Cheon at Capitol Music Club

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Rock’n the Prairies at Danceland Manitou Beach

BHP Enchanted Forest Light Tour at Saskatoon Forestry Farm

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

Funkjoint at The Bassment

Rock’n the Prairies at Manitou Beach

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker at TCU Place

Origami Workshop 2 at Soul Paper

Saskatoon Santa Claus Parade at Downtown Saskatoon

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Glitter A Charitable Night of Shopping at Lawson Heights Mall

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival

Silkscreen Prints at Remai Modern

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Speed Dating for 35 & Up at Hose & Hydrant Pub

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival

Trivia at Capitol Music Club

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Mystery at the Mendel Adult Night at Nutrien Wonderhub

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival at Broadway Theatre

Sask Country Showcase at TCU Place

Glow: Santa’s Lost Paradise at Prairieland Park through Dec 28

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Friday, November 22, 2019

2019 PBR Canadian Finals

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival

Festival of Trees presented by the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation at WDM through November 30

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

Saturday, November 23, 2019

2019 PBR Canadian Finals

YXE Handmade Market and Live Theatre at Sutherland Evangelical Church

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival

Girl in the Box at The Refinery

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival

Razzmatazz: A retro theatrical fundraiser at LB Distillers

Monday, November 25, 2019

Book Club Reads at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Champagne Shopping Night at Midtown Plaza

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Trivia at Cohen’s Beer Republic

Beginner Bird ID Workshop at USask Health Sciences

The Saskatoon Fall Rock n’ Gem Show at 503 Ruth Street West through Dec 1

WCSS Weekly WCS Dance Party at Toon Town Tavern

Punk Rock Bingo at Black Cat Tavern

Craft Sale at Crocus Co-op

Friday, November 29, 2019

Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire

Bianca Del Rio at TCU Place

Friday Night Tour at Remai Modern

Board Game Fridays at Amazing Stories

Shaun Majumder’s HATE Tour at Broadway Theatre

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Sundog Arts & Entertainment Faire

Snack’n with Santa at TCU Place

Hawksley Workman – Median Age Wasteland Tour at Broadway Theatre

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October Events in Saskatoon 2019

My favourite month of the year is back! This time around, you’ll be sprinkling in loads of live music, theatre, fall craft markets and more with your pumpkin pie and bite-sized candy. If you’re not too busy sorting out costumes and Thanksgiving plans you should make some room in your calendar for a few of these local events in Saskatoon.

This month, find Do Sask at Speed Dating, Speed Friending, Book Club, and a special volunteering field trip. Look for details to all of these events in the massive monthly listing below. Check the Do Sask Facebook group for daily updates.

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OCTOBER EVENTS IN SASKATOON 2019

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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Coffee House Art Showcase at Mulberry’s Cafe

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Thalass at Black Cat Tavern

Friday, October 4, 2019

Local Love Wedding Experience at The Barn at Wind’s Edge

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Saskatoon International Burlesque Festival 2019 at The Broadway Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Vultures at Black Cat Tavern

Oktoberfest at German Cultural Centre

Paul Kuster at Yuk Yuk’s On Tour Saskatoon

Pretty in Punk: Alien To The Ignorant at Capitol

Saturday, October 5, 2019

SWITCH Zombie Run 2019 at 1015 Briarwood Road

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Saskatoon International Burlesque Festival 2019 at The Broadway Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Dylan Cooper at Black Cat Tavern

Balls to the Walls 3 at Ecole Victoria School

Dehli 2 Dublin at Capitol

Sunday, October 6, 2019

AirBand Together For A Wish at Bud’s on Broadway

Harvest Home Medieval Halloween Market at German Cultural Centre

Halloween Bonanza by Fairy Door Tours Saskatoon

The Great Big Pumpkin Drop at Black Fox Farm & Distillery

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Red Green’s “This could be it tour” at Broadway Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Benjamin Francis Leftwich at Capitol

Monday, October 7, 2019

Free Hot Beverage at 7-Eleven

Said the Whale at The Broadway Theatre

Michael Hughes at Capitol

Blockbuster Trivia at Louis’

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Red Sky Performance Presents TRACE at The Broadway Theatre

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Luke Combs at SaskTel Centre

Writers’ Open Mic Night at Frances Morrison Library

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Sounds Like, An Audio Festival (City-wide)

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Friday, October 11, 2019

World of Dance Live at TCU Place

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

AFRO BASH at Louis’ Pub

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Screaming Targets at Black Cat Tavern

Paul Kuzbik at Capitol

Free Hot Beverage at 7-Eleven

Sounds Like, An Audio Festival (City-wide)

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Autumn Craft and Artisan Show at Lakeview Church

Stumbletown Grand Opening

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Glory at Persephone Theatre

Sounds Like, An Audio Festival (City-wide)

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at The Refinery

Emo Extravaganza at Black Cat Tavern

SCAT Fall Craft & Bake Sale at Market Mall

The 2nd Annual Dark Market at Capitol

Sunday, October 13, 2019

DRIP at JT’s Bar & Event Centre

Halloween Bonanza by Fairy Door Tours Saskatoon

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Black Tongue at Black Cat Tavern

Monday, October 14, 2019

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Paris Pick at Black Cat Tavern

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Dallas Smith & Dean Brody at SaskTel Centre

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Speed Friending at The Hose & Hydrant Pub

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Monowhales at Black Cat Tavern

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Books for Crooks Gala at Amigos Cantina

The Dark Hub Adult Night at Nutrien Wonderhub

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Ghost Note at Black Cat Tavern

Friday, October 18, 2019

Night Maze at Saskatoon Italian Cultural Centre

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Christmas Craft Fair at WDM

Free Flow Dance Theatre Gala at The Refinery

Mustakettu at Black Cat Tavern

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Station 20 West

Falling for Wishes Outdoor Market at Passion Safe Storage

Night Maze at Saskatoon Italian Cultural Centre

Frankenstein; or The Man and The Monster at Greystone Theatre

Free Flow Dance Theatre Gala at The Refinery

Dead Soft at Black Cat Tavern

7Shifts Presents 2nd Annual YXE Poutine Week Kick-off Crawl in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Saskatoon

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Halloween Bonanza by Fairy Door Tours Saskatoon

Free Flow Dance Theatre Gala at The Refinery

Selci Tour at Black Cat Tavern

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Monday, October 21, 2019

The Mavericks at TCU Place

Canadian Trivia at Louis’

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Horror Flick Trivia at Capitol

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Black Mastiff at Black Cat Tavern

Crocus Catering Launch Party at Skate Saskatoon Hall

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Morrissey at TCU Place

St. Arunad at Black Cat Tavern

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Friday, October 25, 2019

Terror in the Trees at Hwy 60 and Churchill Ave. (Pike Lake)

Scary Night Maze at Saskatoon Italian Cultural Centre

The Dead South at TCU Place

Dusty Tucker at Black Cat Tavern

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Saskatchewan Reptile Expo 2019 at TCU Place

Bring Your Own Container at Plant Life Workshops

Creative Arts Retreat in Warman

Terror in the Trees at Hwy 60 and Churchill Ave. (Pike Lake)

Magic City Chorus presents A CAPPELLA SHOWCASE! at Tommy Douglas Collegiate

Scary Night Maze at Saskatoon Italian Cultural Centre

Halloween for Humanity at Black Cat Tavern

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Create Your Future Vision Board Workshop at 1635 McKercher Dr

Saskatchewan Reptile Expo 2019 at TCU Place

Halloween Bonanza by Fairy Door Tours Saskatoon

Terror in the Trees at Hwy 60 and Churchill Ave. (Pike Lake)

Matt Mays at The Broadway Theatre

Closet Raid at The Well Collaborative

Poutine Week at various locations across Saskatoon

Monday, October 28, 2019

Book Club at McNally Robinson Booksellers

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

The Lazys at The Capitol

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Boo Town at WDM

Without Rule of Law at Remai Arts Centre

Rocky Horror Picture Show at The Broadway Theatre

Nightmare on Cartwright Street at German Cultural Centre

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Terror in the Trees at Hwy 60 and Churchill Ave. (Pike Lake)

Spoken Word Slam at Frances Morrison Library

Scary Night Maze at Saskatoon Italian Cultural Centre

Rocky Horror Picture Show at The Broadway Theatre

Without Rule of Law at Remai Arts Centre (until November 13)

Fright Night Monster Mash at Black Cat Tavern

The Rocky Horror Punk Show at Capitol

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