(Adrienne Lamb, Rick Bremness · CBC News)
(Alyson Dicey, Ellie Heath, and Caley Suliak are the Edmonton comedy trio Girl Brain taking to the stage of the Grindstone Comedy Theatre and Bistro.)
The melt is on, St. Paddy's day here and you're in luck, we've got a list of stuff going on this weekend.
Arts and Culture
The Alberta Craft Council showcases a new exhibit called Lumina featuring works by contemporary glass artists. On until April 20.
(Lopi by Carissa Baktay part of the exhibit on now at the downtown Edmonton gallery of the Alberta Craft Council. )
You'll find tasty cuisine and hot deals at close to 50 participating restaurants at the annual Downtown Dining Week on until Sunday.
The SkirtsAfire Festival has comedy, theatre, music, drama and more at various venues until Sunday.
Artists at Art Battle Edmontonhave 20 minutes to take their canvases from blank to beautiful. Watch the paint fly Saturday at Casino Yellowhead.
Laugh with the trio that is Girl Brain at Grindestone Comedy Theatre Friday and Saturday.
Shameless plug alert: CBC is hosting an open house Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Swing on by the broadcast centre in City Centre Mall and visit with staff, take the tour and more.
WWE Live Road to WrestleMania rumbles into Rogers Place Friday night with match ups like Seth Rollins against Dean Ambrose.
Usports Women's Volleyball Championships takeg over the Saville Community Sports Centre with games from Friday to Sunday.
(It's all about volleyball this weekend at the Saville Community Sport Centre for a big university championship. )
With outdoor ice melting, take the skates indoors to the Ice Breaker Winter Skate Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Rogers Place.
The heat of Havana hits Festival Place on Sunday night with Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba.
Come From Away is back. The hit Broadway show wraps up at the Jubilee Auditorium Sunday.
Another successful musical wraps up as Matilda ends its run Sunday at the Citadel Theatre.
Students at Victoria School of the Arts present the Tony-winning production by Lin-Manuel Miranda In The Heights. Catch the show until Saturday night.
Take a Celtic Journey on St. Partick's Day weekend without leaving Edmonton. Two ESO concerts feature songs, dance and stories at the Winspear Centre on Friday and Saturday.
Nat King Cole 100th Birthday Celebrations hits the Yardbird Suite with an all-star big band including the likes of Jens Lindemann and Matt Catingub.
The Ice Castle in Hawrelak Park is closing for the season. Saturday is your last chance to catch it.
With spring around the corner, Edmonton Seedy Sunday may be just the ticket. This seed exchange-and-sale is on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Central Lions Recreation Centre.
Outdoor enthusiasts are heading to the Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen's Show this weekend at the Edmonton Expo Centre.