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posted by: Home Inn & Suites Yorkton on: October 31, 2016
The cold weather may be setting in, but fear not, because Yorkton has plenty of superb events lined up to ensure visitors to the city don’t feel the bite of the weather. In November we have a whole host of cultural goings on around town, opening with a charity night and ending with a festival of cultures, via a musical/theatre combination. Book your room at Home Inn & Suites Yorkton and sink into the comforts of a home away from home. Our beautifully appointed, spacious accommodations include a 42” TV and Free Wi-Fi, among many other amenities.

Kinsmen of Yorkton

There’ll be plenty of laughter in the air on November 12, when the Kinsmen Comedy Night will be back for its 12th annual outing. Comedians Johnny Bagpipes, Dean Jenkinson, and Jordan Welwood will be providing the laughs, then after there will be a live band ready to play for a night of dancing. The event is hosted at St. Mary’s Cultural Centre and begins at 5pm.

A Night of Theatre

The Lion, The Bear, The Fox features the talents of Christopher Arruda, Cory Woodward and Ryan McMahon. This part concert, part performance includes elements blues, rock, and folk music brought together by speaking voices that speak of hope and redemption. Described as “an emotional awakening”, this is one evening that is sure to live long in the memory. Takes place on November 13 at 7:30pm.

Local Culture

Discover East Central Saskatchewan’s best up and coming and established cultural outfits at the Yorkton Festival of Cultures, which is now in its sixth year. The festival will be hosted from 11am on November 20 at Sacred Heart High School and will include Music, performances, crafts, and food will all be represented by a number of groups from around the world, including Poland and Nigeria.