Top three things to do the weekend of October 13

With her weekly pick of fun things to do on the weekend, here is the rundown from Global News Morning’s Kahla Shea.Sports, music or culture — whatever you’re in the mood for this weekend — you’ll find it in Winnipeg!1. Tracking the MooseStory continues below

Hockey season is here and there’s nowhere better to be this Friday and Saturday night than the Manitoba Moose home opener series against the Belleville Senators.The 2018-19 season features a new and improved fan experience, complete with new player intros, a new DJ powering the soundtrack for the game, entertainment on the concourse and even more surprises before puck drop.RELATED: Winnipeg Jets cut 15 players; send 10 to Manitoba MooseAnd speaking of that entertainment on the concourse, make sure you stop by our Global Winnipeg green screen at Section 104/105 where you can meet members of the Global News team, have fun dressing up in authentic Moose equipment and posing for pics with props.It’s also the chance for fans to see Winnipegger Peter Stoyekwych step on the ice as the new Team Captain. Stoyekwych had a breakout 27 points in 70 games last season.READ MORE: Winnipegger Peter Stoykewych named as Manitoba Moose captainDoors open at 6 p.m. Friday and the first 6,000 fans in attendance will get a pair of LED Thundersticks to cheer on the Moose. You’ll also take home a 2018-19 schedule fridge magnet so you can track the Moose yourself this season.Tickets are going fast though. Get yours by visiting their website. 2. A good ol’ fashioned cèilidh (pronounced kee-lee, it means party)This Saturday event is one for the WHOLE family!The Winnipeg Irish Festival will be taking over the Crescent Fort Rouge United Church (525 Wardlaw Ave. at Nassau Street) in Osborne Village Oct. 13 for a full day of Irish music and dancing, arts and crafts workshops and more.WATCH: Could you play the Bodhran?