Brit’s Picks Feb. 13 – 20

Piyisew Iskwesis brings brand new cast of characters and an original story to the Wide Open stage. (Wide Open Children’s Theatre)

Piyisew Iskwesis                   

Now – Feb. 17

The Refinery

Just in time for the February Break, Wide Open Children’s Theatre is opening a brand-new puppet production by Saskatoon’s Aaron Marie Nepoose. Piyisew Iskwesis or I Am Thunderbird Girl is based on a traditional Cree tale about a young girl in search of her destiny and the friends who help her along the way. The show will be in English but will feature Cree words. Tickets are $12 – $17

Find more information here.

The Steadies frontman Earl Pereira has a romantic show ready for you for Valentine’s Day. (Facebook)

Acoustic Valentine’s w/ Earl Pereira                     


Prairie Sun Brewery

It’s a chance to show the love this Valentine’s Day. A special date night is up for grabs with The Steadies frontman Earl Pereira. He’s got all his favourite love songs ready to go as well as original tunes. This show is truly from the heart as Pereira will be donating the proceeds towards his father’s funeral expenses. Efren Pereira was a beloved community member who passed away suddenly on January 27th. A little serenade and helping one of Saskatoon’s own, tickets are $10 each.

Click here for tickets.


*Video Courtesy of Marko Tvrdovski

RAM Motorsports Spectacular                     

Sat. & Sun.

SaskTel Centre

If you have a thrill seeker among your loved ones, this may be just the ticket for you Valentine’s Day weekend. The RAM Motorsports Spectacular is back featuring monster trucks, motocross tricksters and a tough truck competition. Tickets are $17.50 – $27.50.

Grab your hearing protection and click here for tickets.


Kona Winter Festival            


Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Get the family out and kick off the February Break in style at Wanuskewin. The Kona Winter Festival is a celebration of Indigenous tradition. You’ll be able to try dog sledding, snow shoeing, hand drumming and jigging. There will be an artisan craft fair and plenty of tasty bannock and tea. The best part, this event is entirely free.

Click here to get in on the fun.


*Video Courtesy Kids’ CBC

Fred Penner                                     


Broadway Theatre

He’s spent more than 4 decades enchanting young audiences with music and his hit TV show on CBC. Fred Penner is back on the road to mark the 40th Anniversary of his hit song The Cat Came Back. You have 2 chances to introduce your little ones to the music we grew up with. The shows are at 3:30p.m. and 6:00p.m., tickets are $22 – $29 and they are going fast.

Follow this link for all the details.