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Brit’s Picks Feb. 8 – 15

Brit’s Picks Feb. 8 – 15
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King of Kovbasa/ Coconut Calendar
Only one sausage will reign supreme this weekend in Saskatoon. Thursday night it’s the annual King of Kovbasa. (Coconut Calendar)

Garlic Greats          Thurs.

Prairieland Park

Take it from a girl who was raised behind Saskatchewan’s garlic curtain, there are few pleasures in life as exquisite as a finely made sausage. Celebrities and other guests will get their chance to taste some of the best Kovbasa around and crown one king at this annual culinary competition. There will also be special performances by the Yevshan Ukrainian Folk Ballet Ensemble. The event is organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Professional and Business Association of Saskatoon and all the proceeds will go to the Children’s Discovery Museum. Tickets are $40.

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Very Merry Munsch / wideopen.ca
Families will delight in the 6 stories being brought to the stage through the magic of Wide Open’s puppets. (wideopen.ca)

Munsch On This      Fri. – Feb. 19

The Refinery

The gang at Wide Open Children’s Theatre is back at it this weekend. This time the players are armed with some of their favourite puppets and six new Robert Munsch stories. Bring the kids down to hear stories like Smelly Socks, Mmm Cookies and Swamp Water. There’s no pressure with these shows, all ages are welcome and the kids are encouraged to get up and participate in the shows. It’s a fantastic family time. Tickets are $10 – $15.

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Puppet Slam/ Stumped Productions
Puppet Slam is your chance to get a sneak peek at Titus A that will be at the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival this season. (Stumped Productions)

 

Not Just For Kids                Sat. & Sun.

The Refinery

Who says puppet shows are just for the little ones? The stage at the Refinery may be plush and perky during the day but in the evening the puppets will take a decidedly darker turn. Puppet Slam is a two night performance by local artists full of mature content. It’s all a fundraiser for Stumped Productions, that’s the new troupe staging Titus A as part of the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival this summer. Turns out creating 44 puppets from scratch for the show takes a lot of cash and Saskatoon’s arts community is turning out to help. Tickets for this show are $20 – $25.

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Dogsled / Tourism Saskatchewan
Dog sled rides are just one of the outdoor activities that await at the Kôna Wanuskewin Winter Festival. (Tourism Saskatchewan)

Winter Wonderland           Saturday

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

It’s time to get out and enjoy the beauty of a Saskatchewan winter and Wannuskewin has just the opportunity for you. The Kôna Wanuskewin Winter Festival is a one day celebration full of voyageur games, dancing, fiddle music, bannock making and tons more outdoor options for family fun. The best part of the whole day is it’s absolutely free.

Check out this link for more information.

 

 

 

 

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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