Three Things To Do This Weekend

Three Things to do the weekend is a varied sampling of what to be at this weekend.

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-your-own events page.

Architecture

NL Architecture Week
September 30th – October 6th in St. John’s

NL Architecture Week kicks off this weekend with free events designed to make us more aware of how our built environment influences our communities. On Saturday morning there’ll be a Lego building design competition hosted by real architects with sessions for kids aged 5-7 and 8 and up. On Sunday there’ll be two walking tours of downtown St. John’s, one focusing on modern architecture and another looking at laneways of old St. John’s. Check out the full NL Architecture Week schedule.

Dance

Volver | Festival of New Dance
Saturday 8:00-10:00pm @ The Masonic Temple

Critically acclaimed Vancouver-based flamenco dancers Andrea Williams and Michelle Harding will be performing in Newfoundland for the first time ever this weekend. They’ll be accompanied by local superstars, Sean Harris (cante), Manny Companjen (guitar), Anthony Tucker (percussion), and Christina Penney (palmas y baile). The show will also feature local dancers from Neighbourhood Dance Works’ flamenco master class residency.

For the Kids

Eerie Evening at the Lighthouse
Saturday 7:30-10:00pm @ Cape Bonavista Lighthouse, Bonavista

All hallows’ eve is almost upon us! Interpreters at the Cape Bonavista lighthouse are ready to help you get into the spooky spirit of the season. They are hosting a free night of scary stories, creepy crafts, and Halloween-themed treats. Kids of all ages are welcome to attend, but the event was designed with kids aged 5-11 in mind.

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