Unfortunately, the weather gods have not smiled on the Cathedral Village Arts Fair again. In years past, though, today’s wildly popular Street Fair has always managed to go ahead without too much of a hitch. Hopefully that will be the case again this year and the thousands of Regina’s who typically flock to 13th Ave to take in all the craft booths, food and entertainment will be able to do so again. It runs from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Also on today, Grandmothers4Grandmothers are presenting a fundraising dinner  with guest-speaker Aissatou Diajhate, Director of Programs for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Proceeds will go to the Foundation which works to combat AIDS in Africa. It’s at Queensbury Centre, 6 p.m. $50. 731-2768.

As well, Youth Ballet & Contemporary Dance of Saskatchewan is presenting its spring concert featuring students from different age groups performing ballet, jazz and modern works. It’s at  Conexus Arts Centre at  3 p.m. today and 6 p.m. tomorrow. Adult $22, student/senior $14, two-show packs $32 and $20.

Finally, in the music department, Blasphemy Reborn is rocking the Exchange with Reverend Kill, Autartic and Suffer the Children. Doors are at 7:30 p.m., and its an all-ages gig. And at McNally’s Tavern, the Dan Silljer Band is playing. $5.