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Brit’s Picks April 21 – 28

Brit’s Picks April 21 – 28
Jess Moskaluke / jessmoskaluke.com
Jess Moskaluke is up for 6 SCMA Awards (jessmoskaluke.com)

SCMA Awards Weekend          April 22-24        TCU Place & Ramada Hotel

This is the biggest weekend in Saskatchewan Country Music. Artists from all over the province will be here to show off their chops and celebrate with each other and the public. Top nominees include Jess Moskaluke (6) and Codie Prevost (4). The best part about this event is although it’s an industry party; the public is invited to all of it. Kick off party and Songwriter’s Circle Friday night right through to the Gospel Showcase Sunday afternoon you can get tickets to it all. The Awards are Saturday night at TCU Place. Tickets are event dependant but run around $33.

SCMA Awards Weekend Tickets

Kung Fu Panda 3
Bring the whole family to this special screening. (Dreamworks)

Family Film       Sunday Apr.24 Rainbow Cinemas

Have you been avoiding the movie theatre because you have a toddler or baby? Well wait no more. This weekend there’s a chance for the whole family to head to the movies for a screening of Kung Fu Panda 3. And there’s a chance for a little inspiration as well because there will be a pre-show demo of Karate by the Okami Martial Arts Centre Group. The whole event is being put on by the Movies for Mommies group… they do good work. Tickets are $7, Babies are free.

Movies For Mommies

Spring Rodeo / SaskTel Centre
The Rodeo Action is back Sept. 22-23. (SaskTel Centre)

Giddy Up!                  April 22 & 23  SaskTel Centre

Spring is here and it’s time to dig out those well-worn Levis and shine up your boots. Plenty of Rodeo action is kicking into high gear at the Saskatoon Spring Rodeo. This is a full-scale rodeo event with barrel racing, steer wrestling and, yes of course, bull riding. This is a sanctioned event by the Canadian Cowboy’s Association. It’s two days of highflying fun and it all winds up with a country cabaret on Saturday night. Tickets are $10-$20

Saskatoon Spring Rodeo


Mary Poppins / Persephone Theatre
Mary Poppins opens this week at Persephone Theatre. (Persephone Theatre)

Spoonful of Fun                         April 20 – May 15 Persephone Theatre

She’s practically perfect in every way and now Mary Poppins is in Saskatoon to enchant a new generation. The beloved nanny is floating down to the stage at Persephone Theatre for a full-scale live production. This is a show that has all the music you’d expect and a few new ones thrown in for good measure. Perfect for the whole family; Mary Poppins runs until May 22. Tickets are $32 – $38

Persephone Theatre

Britainy Zapshalla With more than 15 years as an arts reporter at CBC Radio-Canada under her belt, Britainy Zapshalla considers herself not only an expert but also a die hard fan of Saskatchewan’s entertainment scene. She’s a regular contributor to CTV Morning Live in Saskatoon and loves to help people plan their weekends with Brit’s Picks.


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