What's Happening in Sask - June 2019
With world-class entertainment from Canada and around the globe, The Nutrien Children's Festival of Saskatchewan is fun for children of all ages. Four days of wonderful music, theatre, puppetry, dance and circus arts for schools and families. Fabulous site activities guarantee a full day of fun and adventure. Various food booths on site.
The new moon opens the door to the darkest Dark Sky Preserve in Canada. Join the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, at 8 p.m. at the East Block of Grasslands National Park, as they unfold the mysteries within the rich darkness the park actively protect.
Since 1991, the Victorian Tea has been a long-held tradition at Government House. Hosted by the outstanding volunteers of the Government House Historical Society, the teas take place in the unique setting of the Henry Newlands Ballroom. Two sittings take place each day at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
The Summer Sizzler has been Humboldt's premier summer event for a number of years. What began as an agricultural and rodeo event has turned into activities for the whole family including the introduction of the West Coast Amusement Midway, Summer Sizzler Comic Con, the Strongperson Competition and a Junior Lacrosse game.
Take part in the Saskatoon Pride Festival, an eight-day festival packed with events and workshops full of diversity and inclusion. The festival concludes with the annual parade and pride in the park on Saturday, June 22. Come join the celebration!
Nestled in Saskatchewan's northern boreal forest, the Country at the Creek Music Festival is an outdoor music festival offering three days of music and friendship.
For 10 days each summer, the city of Saskatoon bursts into song as the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival plays host to hundreds of world-class artists. Over 85,000 music fans devour the sound of jazz, blues, funk, pop and world music each year, with a program that spans as many genres as it does continents.
A day of Aboriginal celebration and traditional activities. See website under Special Events for more information.
The annual Maple Creek CCA Rodeo, hosted by the Maple Creek Ag Society, features saddle bronc, bareback, bull riding, steer wrestling, tie down roping, team roping, ladies' and junior girls' barrel racing and junior steer riding.
Experience the thrill of flying in the wide-open Saskatchewan skies with some of the world's best kite artists and performers coming from Colombia, The Philippines, Italy and across North America.
Hosted annually by Churchill River Canoe Outfitters, the Whitewater Festival provides experts and novices the opportunity to run the awesome waves of the Churchill River system in northern Saskatchewan, and to learn from seasoned whitewater canoeists.
Take a walk back in time to 1912 and learn about the brick making process at the Claybank Brick Plant. Self-guided tours, historic machinery demonstrations including clay grinding and brick pressing, free hay rides to Massold Clay Canyons, free Lil' Jigger railway rides on historic Spur line, family entertainment, hands-on activities and much more.