Thursday, Feb. 4

In recognition of World Cancer Day, part of the proceeds from tonight’s pay-what-you-can performance of Love Letters, a famous play about two people who maintain a 50-year correspondence, will go to the Ottawa Integrated Cancer Centre. A songwriter’s circle with cancer survivor Lori Jean Hodge, and a reception will follow the show. (Read more about the play and the role played by CBC’s Lucy von Oldenbarneveld, who has herself been battling breast cancer, here.) 8 p.m., The Gladstone. thegladstone.ca

Lynn Miles award-winning songs will be “jazzified” art the first concert of the Ottawa Winter Jazzfest with her complicity as she will be singing along with Petr Cancura and band, 7:30 p.m., NAC Fourth Stage. The festival continues all weekend, including late-night jam sessions. Tickets: $35. ottawajazzfestival.com / nac-cna.ca

The director and a protagonist will be at the Ottawa premiere of UK documentary A Syrian Love Story, following the efforts of couple Amer and Raghda, who met in a prison when her face was bloodied after a beating, over five years to reach political freedom for themselves and their children as the Arab Spring swept the region, 6:15 p.m., Mayfair Theatre. Tickets: $10, $7/students/seniors.  www.cinemapolitica.org

Friday, Feb. 5

Whose stew will win the cook-off? You can help decide.

For lunch today, the annual ByWard Market Stew Cook-off offers all-you-can-eat myriad options for just $10 (cash only), with proceeds going to charity,  and opinions welcome, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Previous winners have included Social Restaurant, Tucker’s Marketplace and Heart and Crown.

Award-winning author Yann Martel will discuss his new book (not that famous one with the tiger in it), in which an ancient journal, Agatha Christie novels and then a rescued chimpanzee lead three people in different time periods to the mountains of Portugal in their own search for meaning, 7 p.m., at a Writer’s Festival event, hosted by CBC’s Alan Neal, Christ Church Cathedra, 414 Sparks St. Tickets: $10-$15. www.writersfestival.org

We’re comfortable predicting an exciting match at the Capital Hoops Classic tonight.

The Ravens meet the GeeGee’s tonight at the 10th annual MBNA Capital Hoops Classic between the Carleton and uOttawa teams, with the women playing at 6 p.m, and the men — ranked second and third nationally, at 8 p.m., Canadian Tire Centre. (The Ravens tend to win at this much-attended big arena match-up, but the GeeGees topped them at their last game, so we are leaving the predictions are up to the bookies …) Tickets: $10-$40+. www.capitaltickets.ca

We start music options Friday with a bit of an oddity: crafts and karaoke with host, the splendid China Doll, at a “heart” themed event, including valentine-making and more, 9 p.m., Shanghai Restaurant, 651 Somerset St. W. Cost: $10 includes necessary materials, but not libations. facebook.com

The MEGAPHONO music festival continues with six different shows tonight — but of particular note for those feeling skint at the end of the week, or those who like to be able to say “I saw them when,” is the pay-what you-can folk show including Jack Pine, Chris Page and the remarkable sounds of Aylmer’s Chérie (who blew our minds at the FOÉ festival). www.megaphono.tv

Also, utterly disarming, blues-informed, soul-rocking singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot is the headliner at the free, outdoor Winterlude show at Confederation Park, followed by some get-up-and-dance music from DJ Mat Thibault with VJ Hard Science,  7:30 p.m. – but remember, the shenanigans ends at 10 p.m. winterlude.gc.ca

Classical lovers may enjoy learning more about composer Tchaivosky who, Robert Harris will argue, is seriously underrated in a pre-concert chat at 7 p.m., NAC. (Violinist Karen Gomuyo and conductor Cristian MAcelaru join the NACO for a concert of Tchaikovsky’s works at 8 p.m.) :Tickets: Chat is free, concert from $25. nac-cna.ca

Meanwhile, the now-annual In the Dead of Winter three-day acoustic music festival [Wakefield edition] starts with a solo performance by folk-roots-rock songwriter Katie Moore (who at other times performs with country band Socalled), with lo-fi indie rocker Michael Feuerstack (who played Megaphono on Feb. 3), and opener Brianna Gosse, 8:30 p.m., TheBlack Sheep Inn. Tickets: $15 in advance. www.theblacksheepinn.com

Not to ignore the pop-punk fans, power trio Creep Wave play House of Targ with Cheap Whine, The Disasterbaters, Mental Fix with special set from DJ Gary Voicemail, 10 p.m. (Toronto’s Teenanger was initially set to play, but unfortunately had to bail.) Tickets: $7. www.houseoftarg.com

Saturday, Feb. 6

For those who dream of living in a scene from Bring it On! comes the Big East Cheer and Dance tournament, with all the high flips and pyramids one can want as 100 flipping teams (this means more acrobatics than crowd rousing) from Ottawa, Kingston and Quebec compete in categories divided by skill and age at the EY Centre. Competition begins at 10 a.m. but the music gets louder and the moves more impressive as the day goes on, (there are competitors as young as four years — adorbs) with favourites such as the Queen’s University Poms performing some time after 2 p.m.  Tickets: $18, $14/senior/children 12 years and under. http://cheerevolution.com

Celebrate Winterlude in Orléans on Feb. 6.

Celebrate Winterlude in Orléans with Shenkman Arts Centre’s annual $5 pancake breakfast, fun in the snow, dancing, art and craft-making, storytelling and music for the entire family, 8:30 a.m. to noon. Admission: Free. shenkmanarts.ca

Then get the Superbowl Football weekend started with a touch game against adult teams of all skill levels from across the city on the Great Lawn of Lansdowne Park — in the snow, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Organized by the City of Ottawa and Bytown Touch Football League. Registration: $150/team of at least five people. www.btfl.ca

Valentine’s Day is only a week away, so grab something for your sweetie or write them some bon mots at the love note writing station at the Big Love Makers Pop-up Show, featuring handmade goods from local creators  — and a chance to win passes to Le Nordik Spa, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Makerspace North, 250 City Centre Ave. Admission: $5 at the door. (Or, play board games in the aprés-ski themed lounge.)

Parents and kids learn to dance together.

Kids, invite your parents to a family guided dance, with a caller to teach all ages — from three years and up — accompanied by live Celtic/Québécois tunes, 3:30 p.m., Churchill Recreation Centre, 345 Richmond Rd. No experience is necessary and wee babes are welcome in backpacks or slings. Cost: $10 for all over the age of 16 years.

More family fun can be had around a bonfire and with toboggans, colouring and hot chocolate from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Westboro Beach Winter Carnival, 745 Sir John A. Macdonald Pkwy. facebook.com

A racer zooms by at the bottom of a hill at a previous Eastern Canadian Cross-Country Championship at Nakkertok.

Get inspired watching more than 700 nordic skiiers from across the country, ages 12 years to masters level — including members of Canada’s national team, compete at The Easterns sanctioned races at Nakkertok in Cantley, Quebec all weekend. There’s a warming chalet, portable toilets and entry for spectactors is free. (Racers must register by Jan. 28.) cecski.ca

Art lovers must be legal drinking age to participate in the Arts and Craft Crawl that visits six different galleries, with samplings of local brews and light appetizers along the way, followed by an after-party at SAW Gallery, 6:30 p.m., starting at 150 Elgin St. (Dress for the weather as there is walking outside.) Tickets: $15-$30. http://bit.ly/1PCizqK

The Cracking Up The Capital Comedy Festival finishes with a flourish tonight with their Comedy Night in Canada, arena-sized fun at TD Place with headliner Gerry Dee (Mr. D.) a short visit from The irrepressible Mary Walsh who will be getting an award (she performs Friday at the Women of Comedy show but that, sadly, is already sold out), Jessica Holmes, Big Daddy Tazz, Harry Doupe, Tim Steeves, 8 p.m. Tickets: $35-$65. www.crackup.ca

Madrid music produce Annie Hall, who recently located to Windsor (imagine that shock), has two shows tonight: a free, outdoor concert for Winterlude at Confederation Park (7:30 p.m.) and then a celebration of Imbolc, the ancient Celtic spring festival, with some dark, underground techno and house alongside Teknobrat and Mat Thibault, 10 p.m., Ritual ($10 before midnight).

Sunday, Feb. 7

FILE – In this Nov. 8, 2015, file photo, Carolina Panthers’ Luke Kuechly (59) moves in to to tackle Green Bay Packers’ James Starks (44) during the second half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C.

It’s Superbowl Sunday, aka The Day of Wings, and the 50th such competition this time between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will b available for viewing from at least 6:30 p.m.  in many sports pub. However, Zaphod’s is also offering a chli and viewing party — followed by a themed- Trailer Park Bingo event, 5 p.m. (Don’t forget, the half-time show is Cold Play with Beyoncé.)

All faiths and ages are welcome to participate in Mitzvah day activities at the JCC.

Others might like to participate in the annual Mitzvah Day, where good deeds such as making sandwiches for the hungry, braiding challahs for the Food Bank, making birthday kits for children living in shelters, at the Jewish Community Centre, with activities suitable for all ages and all creeds. Events begin with a (free) pancake breakfast at 8:45 a.m. www.mitzvahdayottawa.com

Travel the Majestic Arctic and learn about Inuit culture on a giant map and hunt for facts through the Museum of History this weekend, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. historymuseum.ca

Make your Valentine a gift at two hands-on workshops today: silk screen-print original Valentine’s cards wat Maker House (sessions at 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., http://bit.ly/1KotDFF), or make a salve, lotion and balm with the help of an aromatherapist at Planet Botanix (9:30 to 11:30 a.m., $59, www.planetbotanix.com) These will sell out.

Ottawa Dance Directive is holding its 3rd marathon day of classes fundraiser.

Only $50 gets anyone, ages 12 years and up, access to a marathon day of dance classes with the Ottawa Dance Directive, from ballet to kizomba and hip hop, from 10 a.m., 2 Arts Court. (This is a fundraising effort, so anyone who raises over $75 gets their registration to the marathon day free.) www.odd-cdc.org

Steampunk fans and Queerluders (their word, not ours) are each holding separate, themed Winterlude events today and we hope the weather cooperates? One even features anachronistic dress, the other encourages decorated floats/sleighs, end very colourful outfits, ending in a drag show at The LookOut. Click above for details (we leave it to you to decipher which is which.)

It is possible to see all eight films screened at the  Wakefield International Film Festival, where the focus is international documentary film with the power for change, as each are screened twice over several weekends. Today, see Breath of Life (4 p.m.), looking at environmental catastrophe with scientists to Hawaiian wisdom keepers, and In Pursuit of Peace (7 p.m.), following Canadian peacemakers behind the world’s battle lines, Wakefield Centre. (The festival was created by Robert Rooney who, unfortunately, passed away in early January.) Tickets: $15 each film. ]wakefieldfilmfestival.weebly.com

The minimal piano and dynamic drumming of Japanese band Mouse on the Keys (best. band. name. ever) sets them into an unknown category that straddles the interests of jazz-aficionados (they play the Winter Jazzfest) and the post-rock, fun and electro+video show fan — and they’re just ludicrously energizing live, 6 p.m., NAC Fourth Stage. Tickets: $22 ottawajazzfestival.com

Also at the Fourth Stage, but more accessible to all at the Winter Jazzfest is the Montreal Guitar Trio, virtuosos who perform “unforgettable” shows with humour, reinventing the likes of Radiohead and Rush (as per their most recent release) alongside originals, 8 p.m., NAC Fourth Stage. Tickets: $26.86. ottawajazzfestival.com

Monday, Feb. 8

The Wall of H’Arts is back in time for Valentine’s gifts to your sweetie or yourself.

Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching and artist Alison Fowler is back with her ever-popular Wall of H’arts, over 200 4″x4″original heart-themed paintings perfect for a sweetheart or yourself, on exhibit at Twiss & Weber until Feb. 14. (The paintings, $50 each, disappear from the wall as they are sold — replaced with a paper heart cutout and a note, if willing, from the new owner, so don’t be surprised if closer to VDay the pickings are slim.) There’s a private, opening party on tonight, but invites may be had through www.alicatart.com.

More are welcome to attend the 100 Women Who Care meeting with three local charities who will make a presentation to obtain each attendees’ (tax-deductible) $100 donation, 5 to 7 p.m., Heart and Crown, 353B Preston St. www.100womenwhocareottawa.com

Grandfather of hip hop and rap, master poet Jalal Nuriddin, founding member of The Last Poets collective formed after the 1964 Harlem riots, is joined by performer, activist and Gil-Scott Heron protegé Malik Al Nasi, of Malik & The O.G.’s at The Revolution Will be Live, being billed as must-see spoken word event of the year, alongside area performers including JustJamaal, Jacqui DuToit, Rita Carter, Hyf GypsySun and more, 7 to 10 p.m., Origin Studio, 57 Lyndale Ave. Tickets: $15 at the door. Seating is limited. (See the trailer above for a documentary on the roots of rap, focussing on Jalal Nuriddin and his seminal record, Hustlers Convention.)

This is the last week to see the impressionist Claude Monet exhibit at the National Gallery, A Bridge to Modernity, featuring his paintings with a bridge motif, closing Feb. 15.  gallery.ca

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Talk about the idea of basic income guarantee tonight.

Learn more about the proposed basic income guarantee with Rob Rainer, a proponent of the idea who will give a short talk, followed by a discussion with Ottawa community members, politicians and academics, 7 to 9 p.m., Octopus Books. Fee: $10 or pay-what-you-can. Registration is required at octopusbooks.ca

Sadly, registration has already closed an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for World’s Largest Exhibition Ice Hockey Game, though we’re sure the participants, who will be on shifts from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be aged from 12 years up, will enjoy some support, Richcraft Sensplex. (The record is currently 374 players, set in Alberta in 2013.)

Get some music skillz today, either at a songwriter worksop with Karla Adolphe, open to all, 3 p.m., ($10, uOttawa), or learn to DJ with Vinyl with DJ Kurt Yates (6 p.m., Possible Worlds). No experience needed for either.

Wednesday, Feb. 10

Mouthpiece has its Ottawa premiere at the opening night of  undercurrents.

The 10-day, undercurrents winter theatre festival opens with two world premieres and an award-winning play — none of which shy from tackling difficult topics: Getting to Room Temperature, is about physician-assisted suicide (7 p.m.); award-winning performance Mouthpiece looks at the search for identity in the wake of a parent’s death (9 p.m.); and Monstrous, the Miscegenation Advantage, a look at “multiculturalism” in Canada (9 p.m.), Arts Court. Tickets: $18, $30/evening pass. www.undercurrentfestival.ca

Cool Kids are having a Valentine’s day market.

The Cool Kids are back with another evening sale, this one Valentine’s themed and, before anyone asks, all the vendor tables are taken, 6 to 11 p.m., House of Targ.  Admission: No cover. www.houseoftarg.com

Hetero single professionals in their 20s to 40s seeking a Valentine can attend this speed-dating event, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Kinki Lounge. (Lesbian and bi women and gay and bi men speed dating events are both being held, coincidentally,  tomorrow, at the same location. Let the confusion begin!)  Cost:$40 for each. singleandeligible.com

A non-heteronormative Valentine craft night — open to all ages — offers the means and inspiration to create cards not readily available at the typical store, 6:30 p.m., Pressed. Cost: $2 at the door, to cover cost of supplies (but supplies to share are welcome). facebook.com

Also in time for forced romance and overpriced roses, (we’re not bitter at all), the comedic musical Romantic Poetry, written by Tony and Oscar-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley (Moontruck, Dreamgirls, Doubt), opens at The Gladstone. The play follows third-time newlywed Connie, whose exes have shown up to give their opinions on the new union, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $18-$34. www.thegladstone.ca

Thursday, Feb. 11

Copying this Mertikas painting is the goal.

Due to much demand, a third Learn to Paint event with artist Katerina Mertikas — known for her heart-warming paintings of children in Canadian scenes, is on from 6:30 to 9 p.m., Koyman Galleries. The class is open to complete novices, and includes all materials, including a 12″x16″ canvas, paints and a glass of wine and nibbles — perfect for that “look what I made you, Valentine!”gift. The next event, looking at light and perspective, is with artist Shannon Craig on Feb. 17. Cost: $75. koymangalleries.com

There’s another painting option in Orléans, where guidance will be given in creating an image of a famous Paris attraction, 7 p.m., Shenkman Arts Centre. Cost: $50.85. paintnite.com

A screengrab from the short movie The Lion, a visually-striking short movie being shown at SAW Video’s Resolution 2016.

The best short movies by SAW Video’s members will be shown at their 35th annual Resolution screening, featuring experimental (very short) shorts, dramas, a comedy and even a music video, 6:45 p.m., ByTowne Cinema. The event will be followed by a Q&A with all (but one) of the directors and a party at SAW Video. Tickets: $5-$10. sawvideo.com

Friday, Feb. 12

Yay! There’s another Craft beer event on this weekend.

Because we simply cannot handle a weekend without a craft beer extravaganza, Winter Brewfest offers over 100 brews from 35 different local breweries, at two sessions each day over two days: 2 to 7 p.m., and 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., so buy tickets carefully. NB: Advance tickets include free transport on OC Transpo, starting 3 hours before the event. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door; $10/10 sample tokens, cash only. www.brewfest.ca

Preschool playdates are on each Friday through March at the Billings Estate, with baking the topic today, 10 to 11:30 a.m. The theme changes weekly, but always includes a picnic lunch, for ages 3 to 5 years. Cost: $8.15.

There are two Valentine events today to benefit CHEO: family-friendly Ottawa Children’s Gala lets all ages walk the red carpet, have their face painted (or, if appropriate, enjoy cocktail) with live music and hosts CTV’s Lianne Laing and Majic 100s Angie Poirier w(4 p.m., Shaw Centre); Sophe Grégoire-Trudeau will be the honourary speaker at the the Valentine’s Gala at the Museum of History, including an art auction, four-course dinner, live music, dancing and other entertainment, 7 p.m. Tickets: $200. www.cheofoundation.com

For music options:

The Hilotrons play a free outdoor concert at Winterlude.

The second-to-last free, Winterlude concert features Ottawa favourites, indie pop group The Hilotrons, followed by some spins and visuals to keep the party going, 7:30 p.m., Confederation Park. (Saturday, see folk duo Whitehorse, who regularly sell out venues — but this time, no tickets required.) winterlude.gc.ca

Classical music powerhouses (cellist Peter Rapson, harpist Caroline Leonardelli, soprano Carolyn Beaudoin, to name a few) will perform with the Cathedral’s choir in a concert to benefit Syrian refugees, 7:30 p.m., Christ Church Cathedral. Tickets: $20, with proceeds going to the cathedral’s sponsorship group, Save the Children Canada and Ottawa United for Refugees. www.cathedralart.ca

The  DéVah Quartet play no pretty chamber music: this is loud and eclectic while still pleasing music, best described as metal-informed, prog-rock, created by this mostly-string, five-person, all-woman group — who have been busy making noise and taking names from their Toronto base over the past few years, 10 p.m., House of Targ. Tickets: $6 before 10 p.m., $8 after. houseoftarg.com

Toronto’s Marcus Visionary, who just won best producer in North American DnB Awards hot off the heels of his first European tour, brings a jungle Valentine’s show to Laurier Social House, 10 p.m. Door: $8 before 11 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 13

This Annas Hummingbird was caught on camera during last year’s bird count.

The Great Backyard Bird Count scientists need your help counting what is expected to be a surge in the numbers of feathered friends, given the mild winter until Feb. 15. All ages can participate: register at birdcount.org.

Weightlifting Spencer Moorman is offering individual tips.

Weightlifting record holder Spencer Moorman will be offering tips and the fundamentals of the “snatch, clean and jerk” to each participant in a seminar for novices and experts, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., JustLift, 895 Churchill Ave. S. Cost: $159.60. http://bit.ly/1o4imA9

Popular and charming local “troubadour Craig Cardiff performs three shows this weekend: one at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. today, and 4 p.m. tomorrow, at The Black Sheep Inn. The family-friendly performer’s matinées are both all-ages shows, with special rates for children. theblacksheepinn.com

There will be wine and cheese (and craft beer) to eat at the Diefenbunker Museum at a Top Secret valentine blind tasting, run by Savvy Events, 7 to 9 p.m, with an optional tour of the Cold War museum at 6 p.m. Tickets: $60, $150/couple ($60 for the designated driver). diefenbunker.ca

Cut+ Paste indie craft show features 40 local makers, with swag bags to the first 25 guests and a raffle in support of The Well (10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 154 Somerset St.W.), while The Bizarre Bazaar promises finds not available in any mall, from taxidermy to vintage pop culture and locally-made products (noon to 5 p.m., Zaphod Beeblebrox. No cover at either.  www.facebook.com

The NAC Orchestra has discovered a musical crime and will not let anyone leave until it is solved at a bilingual, family, musical performance, 1:30 and 3:30 p.m., NAC. Tickets: from $23. nac-cna.ca

Also at the NAC, intentionally miserable comedian Jeremy Hotz brings his complaints about everything, and surely our weather, in his new stand-up show International Man of Misery,  7 p.m. Tickets: from $41.50. nac-cna.ca

Bright Nights: The Baltic-Nordic Festival screens Louder than Bombs in its ongoing schedule (to Feb.21), a movie about a father (Gabriel Byrne) trying to connect with his younger and adult son after the death of their mother, 7 p.m., River Theatre, Carleton University. Cost: 45 in advance, $8 at the door. www.cfi-icf.ca

Sunday, Feb. 14

Let’s look at some varied Valentine’s Day offering:

The city’s  most-loved band, Blue Rodeo, returns for their traditional Valentine’s Day show, 8 p.m., Canadian Tire Centre. Tickets: $32-$85.50+, including a download of ANY of their studio albums, including their most-recent release, Live at Massey Hall (Oct. 2015), recorded while on this tour.  canadiantirecentre.ca

Why not try ice fishing with the family this Valentine’s Day.

Most unusual, is the first Valentine’s Day Ice Fishing Extravaganza at the Nepean Sailing Club, with family-friendly activities, on and off the ice, outfitted tents and more, with proceeds to Refugee613, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,Cost: from $11.2. www.dropinsports.ca (No fishing license required.)

Parents are encouraged to bring their high-tea friendly kids (with or without crowns and tutus) to the Fleur Tea House for a Family Love Menu (10 a.m. to 5 p.m., www.facebook.com), or join the Ottawa South Community Association for a skate at Windsor Park, with free hot chocolate, 5 to 8 p.m.

Children will enjoy Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre‘s tale of friendship,  The Emperor and The Nightingale, with two shows at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m., Shenkman Arts Centre. Tickets: $10, $32/4. shenkmanarts.ca

Or, take in today’s My First NAC show, today featuring the first performance by flutist Lindsay Bryden with pianist Jean Desmarais in the lobby of the NAC. Cost: Free. nac-cna.ca

Engage Ottawa is billed as a luxury bridal show.

Those already affianced can attend Engage Ottawa, billed as a luxury wedding shoe for the “sophisticated” bride, with juried vendors offering interactive booths (think samples and manicures) and panels with industry insiders, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Fairmont Château Laurier. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. engageottawa.ca

Or, be your own valentine at a two-hour, gentle yoga class for “curvy bodies,” or those who have been intimidated to try classes, 2 to 4 p.m.,  Upward Dog Yoga Centre, 151 Dalhousie St. Cost: $20. www.upwarddogyoga.ca

For those feeling blue,  see Haligonians Vulva Culture, who promise to play experimental sad pop, perfect for slow dancing or finding beauty in your tears (think garage Mazzy Star), alongside Kurt Inder, Trails and Pet Detective, 8 p.m., Happy Goat Coffee Co. Tickets: $8 in advance.

2Cellos are behind that much-shared video of cellists covering Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal (and ACDC, as above), otherwise known as Croatian musicians Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, who will be live at the NAC, 8 p.m. Tickets: From: $53. nac-cna.ca

Even if the canal is slushy today (and we hope it is not), end Winterlude with a bang or at least some dance floor noise at The Heat is On club event, featuring music from DJs Illo and Psychology, 8 p.m., Aberdeen Pavilion. Tickets: $10. tdplace.ca

Submit event information to kendemann@postmedia.com, by 8 a.m. Monday, three weeks before the event. Photos, video files are welcome.

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