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Adele Paul is an ex-teacher and world traveller turned stay-at-home mommy and blogger. The only thing she likes better than a night out with fine food and girlfriends is 8pm cuddle-time with her 3 children at her Saskatoon home. Find her at:


Posts by Adele Paul:

Ski Saskatchewan! 5 Fantastic Destinations to Hit the Slopes in the Land of Living Skies

Posted on: December 2, 2019

  You’d better believe it! The land of living skies holds its own when it comes to fantastic places to hit the slopes! From Wapiti Valley north of Melfort to Mission Ridge near Regina, this province has plenty to offer those of us looking for a winter ski getaway! You
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Your Family-Friendly Events Guide to Halloween in Saskatoon – 2019 Edition

Posted on: October 23, 2019

OOOOooooo! It’s Hallowe’en in Saskatoon! Haunted houses, Hallowe’en parties, and spooky costumes can be great fun, but they can also be a bit scary for the little people in our households! Lucky for Saskatonians, the bridge city has something for every member of the family, regardless of their fear factor! Spooky (and
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The Ultimate Guide to Christmas Craft Fairs in Saskatoon [2019 EDITION]

Posted on: October 21, 2019

Well, it’s that time of year again—mistletoes, jingle bells, twinkling trees, and, of course, Christmas craft fairs! Whether you’re looking to amp up the Christmas cheer in your house with a hand-made ornament or looking to find just the right gift for that certain someone, you won’t strike out in
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Inexpensive Things To Do in Saskatoon [FALL 2019 EDITION]!!!

Posted on: September 12, 2019

Fall is a beautiful time of year in the bridge city! Crisp air, warm days, cool nights and fall colours are abound. Families can’t help but want to get out and make the best of it. Unfortunately, with all of the back-to-school expenses, this time of year can leave families
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5 FUN Reasons to Include Calaway Park in Your Vacation Plans This Summer!

Posted on: June 19, 2019

Summer has arrived in Saskatoon! This means warm weather, lots of sunshine and, of course, thoughts of summer vacation! There’s so much to consider when deciding what to do with that precious vacation time, but we are confident that this year you’ll want to include Calaway Park in your plans! Here’s why…
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6 Lakes Near Saskatoon Worthy of a Day Trip!

Posted on: June 1, 2019

  Nothing spells summer quite like a trip to the lake! Sand between your toes, warm Saskatchewan sunshine, and a cooling dip are just the beginning the pleasures that a day at the beach can bring! Overnighting at a lake destination in Saskatchewan is always a fun option, but if
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Get Your Play-On at the 10 Best Playgrounds in Saskatoon!

Posted on: May 27, 2019

The summer season is upon us! In Saskatoon, that means warm weather, lots of sunshine, and, of course, visits to the playground! Our city is flush with fantastic play structures for families to enjoy located at schools, public parks, and everywhere in between. This year, to get you and your family on
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Jazz-tastic Performances for Families at the Saskatoon Jazz Festival

Posted on: May 13, 2019

The Jazz Festival is back to kick-0ff summer festival season with a better lineup than ever! Performers include Walk of the Earth, The Roots, Lyle Lovett, Jann Arden, Johnny Reid and so many more! Venues around Saskatoon will be hosting world class performers, and, children 7 and under will be
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Spring Roll + Stroll : One Family’s Journey to Find Dry Land in Saskatoon

Posted on: March 20, 2019

“Mom, can we get out our bikes?” Well, it was -25 this morning, there’s ice everywhere and the bikes are covered in 3 feet of snow but “SURE!” I tell them. They are not the only ones excited that Spring has finally arrived. Spring can be fickle in Saskatoon as
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8 Reasons I LOVE Raising my Kids in Saskatoon

Posted on: January 31, 2019

Over the years, Saskatoon has had its fair share of bad press. Our crime rate is nothing to write home about, far too many of us drink and drive, and then there’s the winters… Be all of that as it may, I LOVE living here. My husband and I returned
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