Bundle up and enjoy a weekend filled with theatre, live music and free movie screenings.
1 — See an annual solo performance
John D. Huston returns for his annual Victorian house concert of A Christmas Carol. The Charles Dickens classic is presented as a one-man show, with Huston narrating as Dickens and playing all the characters. The final show for the season is at the Marr Residence Friday at 7:30 p.m. Learn more at ontheboards.ca or 306-653-5191.
2 — Enjoy live country music
Juno Award-winning Saskatchewan country singer Jess Moskaluke stops in Saskatoon on her Mapdot Tour, with country artist Tyler Joe Miller, Friday at The Roxy at 8 p.m. Saskatoon inspirational/country artist Amanda Hagel celebrates the release of her 2021 album Be the Light, with Saskatchewan country artist Alex Runions, Sunday at Grosvenor Park United Church at 7:30 p.m. Learn more at jessmoskaluke.com and amandahagel.com.
3 — Take in a free film screening
The documentary Bravery in Arms: D-Day Dodgers of Canada screens at a free event at Nutana Legion and over Zoom on Saturday at 1 p.m. A question period will follow the film. Learn more at nutanalegion.com.
Free Family Movie Day at TCU Place on Sunday at 3 p.m. features a free screening of The Polar Express and a Christmas-themed concession. Donations of toys for the Salvation Army and non-perishable food items for the Saskatoon Food Bank will be accepted. Learn more at tcuplace.com.
4 — Celebrate the holidays through choral music
The Saskatoon Men’s Chorus presents its Christmas concert, A Carol for Peace. The chorus performs contemplative choral music along the theme of peace with guest flutist Ann Salmon. The audience is invited to join in carol-singing as well. The concert is Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church at 2:30 p.m. Donations of non-perishable food items for the Saskatoon Food Bank will be collected at the door. Learn more at saskatoonmenschorus.ca.