Pick of the Day: Maze-A-Palooza

If you’ve got kids, this is a show they’ll probably enjoy seeing. That’s because it’s got all sorts of neat interactive displays on mazes, puzzles and other illusions.

Just look at all the fun the kids are having in the above photo. Now imagine your kids at the Saskatchewan Science Centre doing the exact same thing. Imagine also all the knowledge they’ll be able to accumulate. You might even inspire them to pursue a career in a noble (and lucrative) discipline like engineering, science or medicine.

For more info on this travelling exhibit and other Science Centre programming call 522-4629.

Also on tonight, there’s a fundraiser for Class Act Performing Arts Studio which suffered a devastating fire at its Warehouse District facility on Feb. 23. It kicks off with a reception at Regina Performing Arts Centre (1077 Angus St.) at 6:15 p.m., and includes performances by the True Jive Pluckers, Saskatchewan Express, Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan, Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre and several other acts. The fundraiser is being hosted by Amy Matysio, and will also feature a silent auction. Tickets are $40 for Adults and $20 for Students.  For more info contact the box office at 779-2277.

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