Hans Christian Andersen's eternally relevant and heart-warming tale of The Ugly Ducking is humorously reimagined for the musical stage in-the-round at The Globe Theatre, one of Saskatchewan's largest performing arts organizations. With colourful costumes and imagination-bending sets, HONK! transports audiences into the throes of the animal kingdom, where central character Ugly searches for his true self despite ridicule and roadblocks from fuzzy and feathered frenemies. Enchanting for all ages, this tale of believing in oneself set to exuberant song will remind viewers of the important lesson of holding high both heads and tails, through the holiday season and beyond.
Burgers and pints of beer are a popular pairing at Lumsden Hotel & Steak Pit. Diners can also opt for heftier entrees such as veal parmigiana or liver and onions, or just sip mixed drinks while playing pool or singing karaoke. Guests can also stay overnight in the hotel's rooms.
Snooker Shack lures pool-hall marvels with billiards tables, a family-friendly atmosphere, and a menu of classic bar fare that is available 365 days a year. Chase wily eight balls with a friend or friendly postman ($11.50) while snacking on some crinkle-cut fries ($3.33). The dry ribs heat benumbed tongues with boneless seasoned dry ribs, ranch dip, and a zesty lemon wedge ($9.29), and the herbivore nachos season crispy tortillas with tomatoes, green onions, black olives, and jalapeños ($7.86). The Burger of the Rings responsibly tops a 100 per cent Canadian ground beef patty with two crispy onion rings and sides the sandwich with fries or a caesar salad ($8.81). Snooker Shack also wraps cheese steaks and grilled or crispy chicken, like a newborn fairy, in a tortilla before tucking it in with ranch or caesar dressing ($10.21).