Edmonton Weekend Guide: March 15-18

Eat: Mac & Cheese for a good cause
Cheer: Oilers vs. Flames
Shop: Who Cares? Wear (they're having a sale!)
Celebrate: St. Patrick’s Day. You've just found a lucky charm. Read this before you put on that silly hat and your “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” t-shirt and go drink some green beer.

Treasure Hunting
Elizabeth’s Antique & Collectible Sale
What: A rather charming selection of antique furniture, fine china, jewelry, records, toys and much more.
Why: Vintage is key to living a styled life.
Where: Alberta Aviation Museum (11410 Kingsway Avenue). Admission is $5.
When: Friday, March 16 from 2-8pm and Saturday, March 17 from 10am-4pm.

Season Debut
Chapter Two
What: A dramatic comedy driven by a case of mistaken identities to cause a whirlwind love affair (features lots of humour!)
Why: It’s the start of The Capitol Theatre’s 2012 season.
Fort Edmonton Park (entrance on Fox Drive and Whitmud Drive)
When: Thursday, March 15 to Sunday, March 25 

Fabulous Fifties
The 1950s: The Golden Age of Black and White

What: Travel back to the 1950s with the Edmonton Symphony with “Hit Parade” tunes, and themes from the hottest TV and radio shows.
Why: Remember the decade that introduced us to Rosemary Clooney, Doris Day, and the ‘Elivs era’ of rock n’ roll.
Winspear Centre (99th Street and 102 Avenue)
When: Friday, March 16 & Saturday, March 17

Boys will be Boys?
God of Carnage
What: An outrageous comedy that starts with two boys fighting in school, and ends in comedic chaos as the two sets of parents come together to “resolve” the problem.
Why: This comedy took home the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play.
Where: The Citadel Theatre (9828 101A Avenue)
When: Friday, March 10 to Sunday, April 1