Shop Local in Rural Saskatchewan

When it comes to shopping off the beaten path in Saskatchewan, you’ll find charming small-town storefronts and warm, welcoming shopkeepers everywhere. Pop in on your way through or plan a day trip to one of these hidden gem boutiques.

Becky’s Place 

Fort Qu’Appelle 

Becky’s Place is a unique Indigenous-owned retail and craft shop located in Fort Qu’Appelle. Purchase beaded gifts, ribbon skirts and shirts, star quilts and blankets, original art and carvings from local artisans. 

Freba Pottery 


Located along Highway 16, near Dafoe, Freba Pottery is a small roadside store, where visitors can browse the selection of handcrafted pottery by Marea Olafson and purchase items on the honour system. Freba Pottery also has an online store and pottery subscription boxes. 

Hand Wave Gallery & Craft Shop


For almost four decades, the Hand Wave Gallery & Craft Shop in Meacham has been showcasing the work of Saskatchewan craftspeople in gallery exhibitions. Mediums include pottery, textiles, woodwork, jewelry, sculpture, art books, stained/fused and blown glass, prints, photography, quilting and others.

Little Manitou Art Gallery

Manitou Beach

Located in the resort village of Manitou Beach, Little Manitou Art Gallery displays the work of more than 100 Saskatchewan artists in five pavilion galleries – all in a garden setting. 

The Farmstand-General Store 


The Farmstand-General Store, in Mortlach, offers beautiful handpicked clothing lines, accessories, housewares and home décor. 

Sisters’ Boutique & Bistro 


After stopping for a selfie at Montmartre’s popular replica of the Eiffel Tower, visit Sisters’ Boutique & Bistro to find women’s clothing and accessories, locally consigned art, jewelry, collectibles, and rustic pieces of furniture.

The Little Glass Hut 


In Lebret, The Little Glass Hut is a studio and retail shop that features handcrafted stained glass, stepping stones, pottery, quilting, photography, paintings and jewelry.