July 2008 SaskSecrets 

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Saskatchewan Summertime Event Roundup

Buffalo Days Exhibition, ReginaSummertime in Saskatchewan is all about celebrating, and all kinds of events are happening this summer across the province.

Come join us and help  celebrate our colourful multicultural heritage, our pioneering spirit, great food and music and much more. From modern rock festivals to western-themed celebrations of our past, you'll find plenty to do around Saskatchewan.

Check out our website’s new events search feature and find events by date or destination. Here is just a taste of what’s going on around Saskatchewan this summer:

Motif Moose Jaw Multicultural Festival, Moose Jaw – July 11- 13, 2008
- A three-day display of colourful performances, artwork, crafts, and mouth-watering international cuisine.

Pion-Era, Saskatoon – July 12 - 13, 2008
- Tap your toes to old-time fiddlers, participate in ice cream making and butter churning, enjoy square dancing and much more at this celebration of our pioneering past.

Taste of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon – July 15 – 20, 2008
- Over 30 of Saskatchewan’s finest restaurants serve up their house specialties while 40 of Saskatchewan’s top musical acts provide continuous entertainment outdoors on the banks of the picturesque South Saskatchewan River.

Shorebirds & Friends Festival, Wadena – July 26th, 2008
- Celebrate the return of over 250,000 shorebirds to the Quill Lakes, with guided birdwatching and tours of critical wildlife habitat.

Prince Albert Exhibition Summer Fair, Prince Albert – July 29 – Aug 2, 2008
- Grandstand, parade, petting zoo, free outdoor stage, demolition derby, cabaret, chuckwagon races and much more highlight this great summer exhibition.

Buffalo Days, Regina – July 30 – Aug 3, 2008
- Grandstand admission is free with gate admission, and this year’s performers include The Trews, Tom Cochrane, Randy Travis, Theory of a Deadman and Weird Al Yankovic.

Regina Folk Festival, Regina – Aug 8 – 10, 2008
- Downtown Regina’s beautiful Victoria Park is the setting for this intimate festival. This year’s performers include Suzanne Vega, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Broken Social Scene, the Weakerthans and Jully Black.

Great Canadian Mustard Festival - August 9-10
- Chefs from some of Regina’s finest restaurants will gather at Regina’s The Willow on the Wascana to show off fun dishes prepared with a variety of mustards. 

Folkfest 2008: One World, Saskatoon – August 14-16, 2008
- Twenty-five colourful pavilions with food, entertainment and cultural displays representing Saskatchewan’s multicultural heritage.