Three Things to do the weekend is a varied sampling of what to be at this weekend, featuring things we haven’t already covered this week. For more options, visit our add-you-own events page. 

Early Evening Fun

Cringo – That’s Crafts + Bingo
Friday March 24th, 7-9:00pm @ The Anna Templeton Centre

Swing by the Anna Templeton Centre on Friday for a rousing game of good old fashion bingo. There will be a slew of handmade prizes up for grabs including painted and embroidered pet portraits by Kayla Pelly, an embroidered flower pendant by Bruno Vinhas, and a teddy bear crafted by Kimberly Clarke. The evening will be hosted by the fabulous Irma Gerd and proceeds will go towards the Anna Templeton’s annual student fashion show.


Masterworks 4: Something To Crow About
Friday March 24th, 8:00-10:30pm @ The Arts and Culture Centre

The Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra will be joined by Toronto Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster, Jonathan Crow, for the final Masterworks concert of the season. The show will feature performances of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, Brahms’ Concerto for Violin in D Major, and MUN composition professor Andrew Staniland’s Orchestralympics. Tickets are available through the Arts and Culture Centre Box Office. 

For Kids (of all ages)

Kate Krackerberry
Saturday March 25th, 2:00pm @ The LSPU Hall

Told in the style of the jack tales in Newfoundland and Labrador, Kate Crackerberry is based on a folk-tale from the Orkney Islands in Scotland. This kid-friendly production uses a combination of puppets, props, and animation to tell the story of two step-sisters who find themselves on a wild adventure.