Support Local Businesses this Holiday Season
Saskatchewan is full of surprises and the holiday season is one the best times to discover new and exciting shops and artisans. Choose from yummy food, beautiful jewelry, hand-made pottery and so much more – Saskatchewan residents are a creative bunch.
Here are some ideas to inspire you:
Old jewellery becomes new again with Megan Hazel. Recreate a memorable holiday gift this year.
Head to Roberston Trading Post in La Ronge to find gifts that are truly unique, such as a birch bark bitings or hand-made moccasins complete with bead work.
The SaskMade Marketplace, in Saskatoon, has an amazing array of products. There is something for everyone on your list.
Traditions Hand Craft Gallery, in Regina, features work from a variety of Saskatchewan artists. Find a beautiful painting or a one-of-a-kind mug.
Don’t forget to visit year-round farmers’ markets for the best baked goods and preserves.
Jewels fit for a queen – Hillberg and Berk offers sophisticated jewellery that anyone would be thrilled to open this Christmas.
Classic prairie scenes are a heart-warming and nostalgic gift. Head to the Yvette Moore Gallery, in Moose Jaw, for intricately detailed paintings by the world-renowned artist. Or consider some of the special creations by other Saskatchewan artisans.
Spread the Christmas cheer. Saskatchewan has a wide variety of breweries, distilleries and wineries that bring some prairie soul to their beverages.
Visit the shop at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, near Saskatoon, to find traditional First Nation handmade products and artworks.