October 22-October 29
MUSIC: Be the first to experience the latest from Regina’s Indie Pop band, Library Voices, at their Lovish album release party Saturday October 25 at the Exchange. The show will also feature the bands Surf Dads and The Steves.
The Exchange . Oct 25 . 8pm . $12 advanced . Buy Ticket
LAST CHANCE CLASSES: Schoolhaus Culinary Arts has two amazing classes happening in the next week with seriously limited space left! On Monday, October 26, join Chef Greg Reid and Merawine’s Josh McLean for Vegetarian Food and Wine Pairing (two spots left) or learn the art of making satisfying street food at the Global Street Food class offered on Thursday, October 29 (three spots left).
2171-B Lorne Street . Sign Up
THEATRE: Regina’s Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre is kicking off their 2015-16 season on October 28 with a musical production of Alice in Wonderland. The show, which will run October 28-30 at Darke Hall, features 30 talented performers under the age of 18 from Regina and Southern Saskatchewan.
Darke Hall . 7:30pm Oct 28-30 / 12:30pm Oct 28 & 29 . Buy Ticket
FUNDRAISER: On Friday, October 23, experience the very best of Regina’s culinary community while raising money for Canadian Olympic athletes. Gold Medal Plates is a nation-wide celebration of Canadian excellence featuring a culinary competition, Olympian speakers, musical performances and an exciting live auction.
Conexus Arts Centre . Oct 23 . Website . Buy Ticket
OPEN MIC: The Artful Dodger’s Open Mic takes place every Monday from 8-9pm. Head down to share your talents or to support Regina’s creative community!
1631 11th Ave . Mondays 8-9pm . Website
WINE, CHEESE + CONVERSATION: Learn more about organic living while enjoying local and/or organic food and wine! Living Organically: Fall Speaker & Wine + Cheese, featuring Paul Hanley and Mariana Brito, will be held on Thursday, October 29 at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.
2445 Albert Street . Oct 29 . 6-9:30 pm . $40 ($15 – speaker only) . Buy Ticket
EXHIBIT: For another look at the sensational work of Saskatoon artist Zachari Logan, visit the Art Gallery of Regina. Logan’s exhibit, A Natural History of Unnatural Things, will be featured at the gallery until the end of November.
2420 Elphinstone . Oct 15 – Nov 27 . Mon-Thurs: 11am-7pm / Fri-Sun: 1-5pm . Website
SWEETS: With a new name and under new ownership, The Cathedral Bakery is celebrating the grand opening of Sinfully Sweet on Saturday, October 24 – just it time to show off their famous Halloween goodies. Be sure to pop by on Saturday to take advantage of a 20% discount and free cupcake (customers only) or to simply steal a whiff of some fresh-baked treats!
2130 Robinson Street . Oct 24 9am – 5pm . Website
PERFORMANCE: Don’t miss the opportunity to experience a truly unique theatre performance this week at the Artesian. Wool Gathering, a performance that combines elements of dance and visual art, is part of the Globe Theatre’s Schumiatcher Sandbox Series, which features work by artists who continually challenge boundaries.
The Artesian . Oct 20-24 . 7:30 pm . $21 . Buy Ticket
THE GREAT OUTDOORS: Take advantage of these sunny fall days before they are gone! For an afternoon of fresh air and exercise head to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park where you will find countless trails and breathtaking landscape. For some tips on the area visit Sask Hiker.
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