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Posted by Sum Theatre Saskatoon on Thursday, May 28, 2020
Sum Creation Studio
Now – Sunday
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If you’re stuck at home looking for ways to keep the kids entertained, you still have a few days left to get them in on Sum Theatre’s brand new project. With the pandemic and all the physical distancing rules in place, the artists knew that this year’s Theatre in the Park would have to be re-imagined. They decided to get kids in on the action of creating a story that will be performed this summer. Each week, Sum will post themes like bravery, courage, healing and adventure. This week’s themes are Helping and Healing. They want kids to create a painting, story, poem or play responding to the theme, taking a video of their project and sending it in to the creative team. Sum will then use some of those finished pieces in the summer production.
To get more information on the Sum Creation Studio click here.
Posted by Sprinkles the Clown Saskatchewan on Sunday, March 22, 2020
Red Ridinghood’s Magical Adventures
Thursday – 11:00a.m.
You’re going to want to get the kids on Zoom this morning for a special visit and story time with Sprinkles the Clown. Sprinkles is an award-winning clown based in Martensville who’s been entertaining kids with her ventriloquism, magic and balloon skills. This event is sponsored by the Wheatland Regional Library and you need to register to get the Zoom login information.
Click here to get in on the story time fun.
Full disclosure, I’ve been listening to the music of Samara Yung since she was just an emerging artist at our local fair in my hometown of Yorkton. This musician is an absolute powerhouse and she’s just released a brand new single “In Case You Missed Me” . Yung has four albums to date and has shared the stage with Emmerson Drive, Aaron Pritchett and Jess Moskaluke, just to name a few. She’s bringing her new songs to a virtual show on Facebook Thursday night.
Click here for more information.
Neil Richards Art Auction
Sunday Now – Sun.
It’s a lasting legacy of love. Neil Richards was a gay activist and leader in Saskatoon’s LGBTQ community since the early 1970s. He passed away in 2018. Richards worked in the University of Saskatchewan’s Archives and Special Collections and over the years created one of the country’s largest LGBT archives. The collection included many rare books, magazines, posters and pictures. OUT Saskatoon was gifted the collection after Richards death and the organization will be auctioning off 27 pieces over the next week to support programming and services.
To bid on these works of art click here.
GURLS Virtual Dance Party
Saturday – 10:00p.m.
It’s a Saskatoon Pride tradition, straight to your living room. The infamous GURLS dance party is a celebration that highlights queer women, trans and gender diverse folks. Everyone is welcome to party with DJ Zaddy Glitter, DJ DeBery Bess and DJ Bella. Get dressed up and party “like everyone’s watching” as this show happens on Zoom. There’s a sliding scale for admission to this party from $5 – $10 but it says on the website that no one will be refused if they can’t pay.
To find out more, follow this link.
Indigenous People’s Day
Sunday – 7:00p.m.
Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day with a star studded lineup this weekend. SaskMusic is bringing together artists like Donny Parenteau, Yvonne St. Germaine and Aurora Wolfe, 20 in total, for a live virtual concert. The evening will be emcee’d by Dakota Ray Hebert and LJ Tyson. All the fun is happening on SaskMusic’s YouTube channel live.
Follow this link to see the show.