Are you missing a night out at the movies? Thanks to the Stonebridge Community Association and generous sponsors, there is a free night of movies in the park in Stonebridge. You have two screenings to choose from. For the whole family to rock out it’s Trolls World Tour at 8:30p.m. The later screening for the adults is the 1980’s classic The Breakfast Club which will screen at 10:30p.m. for the adults. This is an event you need to pre-register your tickets for as only 50 vehicles are allowed and if you want to bundle up and watch on your own chair, 7 groups of a maximum of 6 people per group is allowed.
To find out more and register for tickets, click here.
Cuddle up around the campfire for a night of storytelling and music. (Dancing Sky Theatre)
Sept. 10 – 20 Meacham
Dancing Sky Theatre – Amphitheatre
Sept. 22 – 27 Saskatoon
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site
There’s nothing like sitting around a campfire on a warm fall evening. Dancing Sky Theatre is getting celebrating the beloved tradition of stories told around the fire with tales of people who’ve lived on the prairies through the ages. Storytellers will include Krystle Pederson, Elizabeth Nepjuk, Lancelot Knight and Folake Idris. You have a couple of chances to see these shows. The first is in Meacham at Dancing Sky Theatre’s new outdoor amphitheatre. The following week, the fires will be burning bright at the new Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site. Tickets are $10 for the show only or for $25, you can get the show and a picnic basket prepared by Chef Ernie to enjoy by the fire.
Tasty treats, local art and live music await at the Prairie Grid Market. (Eat North)
Prairie Grid Market
Sat. & Sun.
Prepare your taste buds for the very best of the season at the Prairie Grid Market. This is two days full of freshly made preserves, treats and food prepared with homegrown ingredients put on by Eat North. The Vendors include Primal, Stumbletown Distilling, Hearth and Black Fox Farm & Distillery. This is an outdoor market and visitors are booked in to two-hour time slots to respect physical distancing. Entertainment will include a one-of-a-kind art installation, a crafters’ market and live music. Performers will include Erin Hill, Brody Siebert and Jordyn Pollard. Tickets are $5.
Whether you’re a fan of the comic books or the cartoons and movies, Batman has been a part of pop culture since he first appeared in 1939. The Caped Crusader has seen many different incarnations but one thing has remained the same, no villain in Gotham City is safe while he’s around. That’s why on September 29th, this super hero will be celebrated around the world and Amazing Stories is getting in on the action. Visit the comic book shop to grab a Batman mask and a free comic to enjoy.