Top 3 February Events in Saskatoon
- February 02, 2022
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La Poutine Week
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Many eateries that work with
take part in this festival. You will be able to take any drinks for free if you are an online casino player and you will be able to see many participants at the Poutine Week festival
La Poutine Week is the foodie festival to attend this winter. During the first half of February, eight eateries in Saskatoon are participating in La Poutine Week, coming up with unique poutine creations that are sure to be nothing short of delicious. This year’s participants include Meltwich Food Co., Winston’s English Pub, Lowbrow BBQ, Smoke’s Poutinnerie, and Smitty’s Restaurant. Some of the most delectable dishes range from Mexican chorizo poutine to sausage and crawfish poutine.
There are many reasons to play casino online Canada. The number of people gambling online is increasing at a rapid rate, and Canadians are no exception. In fact, the gambling industry in Canada has over 15 billion dollars in revenue and is growing at a rate of 0.4% per year. This is great news for the industry, as the Canadian government predicts that income per household will rise and the buying power of Canadians will increase as well. The demand for casino games is so high that many online casinos in Canada have sprung up, covering the shortage. Some of the major companies that have stepped in are LeoVegas, Scientific Games, and NYX Gaming. In addition to these major acquisitions, 32Red was recently purchased by the Kindred Group.
Aside from the ease of access to online casinos, other benefits of playing casino games are significant. Many Canadians are attracted to online casinos for their convenience and the fact that they don't have to leave home to play. It's a real bonus to have the option to play at home, without having to deal with crowds, parking, or traffic. The bonus opportunities are also great, especially when you consider that players in Canada can take advantage of a wide variety of promotions and bonuses, which are designed to lure new customers.
Canadians who play casino games for real money will be pleased to know that the activities are tax-free. They can be as casual as playing with your friends or family for real money. However, winnings from playing for real money comes with the same chance of luck and chance as playing for fun. The probability of winning or losing is 50/50, but playing with real money allows you to accept losses in good faith, as you have nothing to repay.
Head on over to the Remai Arts Centre at Rawlco Radio Hall to see a live performance of The Mountaintop. The Mountaintop tells the story of Martin Luther King Jr.’s last night on earth. It reimagines the events leading up to his assassination and promises to have you laughing and crying. With shows happening until February 26th and tickets starting at $35, there’s no excuse not to check out this local theatre event.
Aboriginal Storytelling Month
February is Aboriginal Storytelling Month at Saskatoon Public Libraries. Take advantage of this free, family-friendly event and learn more about the Indigenous Peoples of Canada and reconciliation. There are Zoom storytimes taking place throughout the month, including a reading of The Lost Children: A Nation’s Shame by Dr Jaqueline Marie Maurice on February 24th, featuring the author themselves.
If you plan on visiting Saskatoon this February, then be sure to attend any of the events above! And if you need someplace to stay during your trip, we’d love to have you at the
Home Inn & Suites Saskatoon South. We combine family-friendly amenities and a warm atmosphere with a prime location and affordable rates.
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